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: Alex Pachón.
Every sound generates a movement and every movement produces a sound.
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Black International Cinema Berlin
"Footprints in the Sand?" Exhibition
Final Deadline: July 12nd 2013
The 8th edition of Cyprus International Film festival is going to take place from 18 to 27 of October 2013 in Nicosia and is encouraging directors to submit their films until July 12nd 2013.
CYIFF is an independent film initiative dedicated to stimulate and strengthen film innovation and culture, through the promotion of talented, upcoming directors. CYIFF receives great publicity in Greece and Cyprus, as well as in the surround territory.
IFFLA 2013, April 9-14
6360 W Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA –
The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) is a nonprofit organization devoted to a greater appreciation of Indian cinema and culture by showcasing films, supporting emerging filmmakers, recognizing the leadership of entertainment industry performers and business executives, and promoting the diverse perspectives of the Indian diaspora.
Each year the festival is held at the ArcLight Hollywood and features a rich mix of film programs designed to build and support the growing interest in the Indian entertainment industry. This includes programming that cultivates an audience for Indian films while supporting filmmakers of Indian descent in career development as they navigate the larger studio system in Hollywood. IFFLA's creative and business programs include the IFFLA Film Fund that helps emerging filmmakers realize their feature-length narrative and non-narrative film projects; the Industry Leadership Awards created to recognize the achievements of industry executives who have contributed considerably towards the entertainment and media industry in India; the One-on-One program where industry professionals from major and independent production and distribution companies are invited to participate in meetings with the IFFLA filmmakers; and the panel discussions with speakers from the film industry.
Director: Adriana Navarro Álvarez.
Vía Tango is an exciting way on a train of fantasy, in which the inspector falls in love with a passenger.During the journey, he tries to seduce her helped by the rhythm of tango, but to his surprised, another woman also wants to court him.The train becomes a dance floor, resulting from the overflowing imagination of the inspector, where everyone dances and dreams.
POOL is a recurring format for dance- and animation-film. The Aim is to create a platform for dancers, choreographers, directors, artists, organizers and other interested people. POOL offers space for a mutual exchange of experiences, developing and advanced training, and presentations prospects. It`s a platform for those kinds of films, which picture dance not as a simple documentation, but more as a creative piece of art, using cuts and several other techniques for creation. We also like films which include every kind of non-dance movement in choreography. Moreover biographies of creators are less important or whether it`s a high or low budget film.
Films shouldn`t be longer than 30 min and also not only a documentation of a dance piece. That means the filmed material should be edited in any way. Exceptions are films, which use the pure documentation as a part of the creative process.
If you love beautiful things and you want to be moved, you must see PINA, the documentary by Wim Wenders.
It captures some of the legendary German choreographer Pina Bausch’s 40 dances, using 3-D technology that draws you into the dance in a way that’s never been filmed before. And it’s earthy! Where else have you seen dancers ooze into actual dirt, fling themselves into water and rock, burst through woods in spring, or dance a lonely arabesque on a concrete island surrounded...
Director: Adrien Beau.
Irregular Seasoning is loosely inspired by the life of the French Marchioness de Brinvilliers (1630-1676). The Marchioness is a depressed woman of the French aristocracy who leads a dull life in her castle, dominated by her husband, an "important" man, her small daughter and the servants.
Attempting to end her days with rat poison, she resolves to test it on one of her maids. Rather sucessfully. She discovers a passion for poisoning, and she considers it an art.
One by one, she kills her husband, her daughter and the greater part of the well-bred people that come around for a visit. She finds her life’s purpose, yet her life ends with her being burned at the stake. In her finest garments, she happily meets her end having finally done something with her life. But even the Marquise knows, all good things must come to an end.
These two films got
big audience responses last week at the AFI Film Festival in Los Angeles.
“Pina,” a 3-D documentary
about the legendary German choreographer Pina Bausch, starts with her
re-envisioning of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” as a thrilling discovery of
female sexuality. The film jumps—you cannot gently segue away from “Rite”—into
other dances she choreographed, along with brief interviews with her dancers.
When Wenders voices that this is no...
Director: Hector Martinez.
Martin is an aspiring screenwriter whose scripts keep getting
rejected. His long-suffering wife wants normalcy. To save his
marriage, Martin abandons his dream and takes a job mowing lawns.
Soon, a pair of mysterious characters appear in his landscape, making
trouble and teaching him new ways to enjoy and appreciate his life.
Martin is propelled onto a journey of discovering the power of a
writer's imagination and the connection between reality and the
A film festival about party. Party films, about celebrations, traditions, party, rave, birthdays, weddings, anything can be a party. SHORTS, LONGS, DOCU, FICTION, EVERYTHING ABOUT PARTY .
Festival de Cine de Fiesta.
Scotland's premier dance film festival returns for its third biennial outing in November.
Celebrating dance and film in all its forms, submissions are invited for the festival 3-12 November 2011.
"Miya Anari Ba Biwi Khilari Ba" is a upcoming Bhojpuri Bollywood-style Canadian-Indian musical comedy film written, directed and produced by Babukishan Das (interview) starring Birbal, Yogini, Varsha, Chhatu Master, Yunus Parvez and many more.
The film featurs songs performed by renowned Bollywood singers Sapna Awasti, Vinod Rathod, Chandana Dixit, Anuradha Paudwal and Anwar.
Filmed in India with great
The 7th Annual Topanga Film Festival - Neuroscience Converges with Independent Cinema
We will have interesting salon discussions between filmmakers and neuroscientists to discover the science
behind the art. What is the biology of creativity? Does the Director really have control over the audience's response?
We are also premiering MYNDPLAY - a new technology that allows the user to use their brain waves to determine the outcome of the movie.
We have a couple of world premiere's at our festival, there will be music, a 3D day and of course parties to cap off the evening.
Topanga Film Festival
Call for Script/Film Entries: The 6th
Annual SURGE Film Festival
Dear friends in this group and beyond,
The Sixth Annual S.U.R.G.E. Film
Festival is accepting entries.
We accept Multimedia, Film and Script
Entries. We offer wonderful Early Bird discounts until July 14th on
all entry Fees. We accept entries through Withoutabox (click here) or through our
website (click here). After that we accept entries until November 2011 for the
Director: Catherine Maximoff.
Director: Rosa Lykiardopoulos.
Director: Jennifer Sims.
A man has an enticing encounter in a library...
Director: Elise Swerhone.
TuTuMUCH follows 9 young dancers behind-the-scenes where they plié and pirouette for coveted spots in an intensive 4 week professional ballet summer program. Leaving behind their families and friends, often for the first time, each girl confronts in her own way the painstaking and sometimes rewarding realities of actually living her dream. TuTuMUCH is a glimpse of how it feels to embark on a career of dance at the age of twelve.