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Grand Prix of the Americas went to Rajko Grlic’s Constitution (FFM 2016)

The Constitution (Ustav Republike Hrvatske), Croatia, Czech Republic, UK, Slovenia, Macedonia Directed by Rajko Grlic; written by Ante Tomic & Rajko Grlic; cast: Nebojsa Glogovac, Dejan Acimovic, Ksenija Marinkovic, Bozidar Smiljanic... The Story: Four characters (or rather three and a half, since the father of the protagonist is tied up to a deathbed with amputated legs, hardly able to speak) live in the same building, yet separated by different social status, political and ideological ...

the NET sum of Life

Director: Charlene MzMuffin Modeste.

the NET sum of Life

See the IMDb page. Heather Weir is a typical teenage who can't seem to get her priorities right. In order to make her father proud, she wants to achieve academic success. However, she is hell bent on finding romance over the internet.  45 minutes (including credits) 2016 Stay tuned for more film - shorts and features, from MzM Productions  ...

Film Review: Spa Night

By Maria Esteves – August 18, 2016 SPA NIGHT is a compelling film about the life of David (Joe Seo), a devoted young spiritual man of Asian American descent who struggles with his identity. Set in present day Los Angeles urban community, David who lives with his parents and works at the family's restaurant, discover the painful parts of humanity. The dramatic turning point are when he is faced with socio-economic challenges from a failing family business. Out of desperation, he jo...

The 11th Annual CaribbeanTales International Film Festival

The CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF) returns to Downtown Toronto, at The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street, with its 11th edition. This year's Festival includes nine feature-length and 17 short films in Official Competition for the CTFF Jury and Audience Awards, to be announced on Closing Night - September 17. 

For more information about the Festival, please call The CaribbeanTales International Film Festival Office Line on: 416-534-8308 or our mobile line: 647-739-4294 or visit our website and through our email


Director: Tiara Kristiningtyas.

05:55 is a unique fiction film that depicts the daily activities of villagers in Bantul area before a large earthquake occurred on May 27, 2006. The film is a record of a personal experience of the director who wants to invite us to feel terrified when an earthquake occurs. Sense of loss, fear, anxiety, and trauma victims into deep reflection for us just how small we are compared to the power of the Creator.


Director: saeed karami.

two boys work on streets, they are adventures with people

FilmMakers Global Movie Trailer Festival

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FilmMakers Global Movie Trailer Festival calling

  SUBMIT YOUR TRAILER, TEASER OR PRESENTATION! Regular Deadline: April 30th, 2016 Click to Submit:     ...


Director: Peter Schreiner.

A woman, a man. The island of Lampedusa, where their escape routes intersect. Zakaria, in his late twenties, from Somalia, who has risked his life coming to the island on a small boat when fleeing civil war in his country. Giulia, in her mid-fifties, a tourist from Northern Italy, on the run from deep personal crises. Both have returned to the island. Giulia, recovered but facing a life-threatening illness, and Zakaria, as a journalist now living in Rome.

Denton Black Film Festival

Films that...Entertain...Educate...InspireThe  2016 Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF) will showcase films that entertain, educate, inspire, and communicate Black American cultural themes to the broader community as expressed through movies and art that reflect cultural mindset and changes through several generations of film-making.  The 2016 Denton Black Film Festival (DBFF) is a month long expo of engaging and entertaining films and events, culminating in a major screening of over 25 award-winning and/or though provoking films January 29-31. The Festival offers programming for the family inspired by the African-American experience.  DBFF seeks to offer the works of local, national and international filmmakers, that often are not seen by a broad audience and may not be recognized through major theatrical release.

Adem Başaran

Director: Orhan İnce.

Mesut Basaran is a Kurdish boy who is Turkish citizen and live in southern province of Turkey. In 1993, Mesut and family forced to migration by politics and they move to big city, İstanbul. 

Mesut and family starts a new life in this new city. Mesut goes to school several times. Mesut's little brother Adem Basaran is also lives in same conditions. They don't know how to live in İstanbul. Because their Turkish and also their money are not enough. Mesut has to make a choice.

Visionaria Festival in Siena to project TWO Westlake films in October...

Visionaria Film Festival in Siena, Italy has just accepted "Games People Play" (2014) and "The Martini Effect" (2013) from Ron de Cana Productions for their 22nd edition, October 8-17, 2015. Both films were written and helmed by Dawn Westlake. "Games People Play" was shot on the Canon C500 by Jon Carr. "The Martini Effect" was shot by Brandon Bondehagen on the C300. Both cameras were provided by Canon USA, Inc. because Westlake was named a Canon Platinum F...

Montreal World Film Festival 2015 Best Director Award - ex-aequo Georgi Balabanov & Mikko Kuparinen

    THE PETROV FILE (Bulgaria/Germany) directed by Georgi Balabanov (screenplay: Georgi Balabanov, Jean-Claude Carriere) A prominent stage actor makes his return after the fall of the communist regime. Soon after, he gets an offer to lead a new political party. Can art and politics be separated under the "new" regime?  Balabanov’s clever approach to his story and characters created a piece that immediately captures the viewer's attention, w...

She’s Funny That Way, Review: Screwball sex comedy, the Bogdanovich way

She’s Funny That Way, Review: Screwball sex comedy, the Bogdanovich way In Ernst Lubitsch’s Cluny Brown (1946), Charles Boyer, playing Adam Belinski, says to Jennifer Jones, “In Hyde Park, some people like to feed nuts to the squirrels. But if it makes you happy to feed squirrels to the nuts, who am I to say nuts to the squirrels?” Writer-director Peter Bogdanovich liked this phrase so much, that he made it the title for his latest film, included an acknowledged clip ...

SHE WHO MUST BURN (d: Larry Kent, Canada, 2015) - World premiere at Montreal's Fantasia

Once again, recently closed Fantasia International Film Festival (19th edition, July 14 - August 5, Montreal 2015), the largest genre film festival in North America, has offered an incredible program. Among 22 world premieres, a special place belongs to She Who Must Burn, a “burning” piece by legendary iconoclastic filmmaker Larry Kent, pioneer of Canadian independent scene since early 1960ies. Unfortunately, Kent is not so widely known even in Canada, yet he made more than a dozen...

Mirror Mountain Film Festival

Mirror Mountain Film Festival brings the very best in independent, underground, and alternative cinema to Canada’s capital. Mirror Mountain is an inclusive festival that welcomes all types of films and brings together all types of people to share in the collective cinema experience. In addition to film screenings, our annual festival features live performances, parties, panel discussions, Q&A sessions and more.


Youtube link was just added for PLASTICS a MATT HEWES FILM. Check all videos     ...

PLASTICS Trailer Revealed

Ex-Detective Haversheim is a broken man.  He quit the force after he was promoted detective, because he could not solve the "plastic killer" case. The  "plastic killer" was a prostitute  who killed 18 "johns" and wrapped them in plastic.  A year later, a body shows up wrapped plastic. Ex-detective Haversheim has a chance to redeem himself and catch the killer, But,  at what cost? ...

Bittersweet Japanese short film "Yukuharu" now available to watch freely

After screening at film festivals around the world, bittersweet Japanese short film "Yukuharu" (13m) is now available to view freely on Viddsee, an excellent site specializing in Asian shorts: Yukuharu on Viddsee ...


An intimate look into a broken ex-detective's interrogation of the "plastic" serial killer.  A prostitute who killed 17 johns and  eluded capture by becoming a transgender.  


Director: Osman Oguz Ogun.
Samet, who endeavors to survive by working as a news editor in a TV channel in the city at which he has arrived dreaming to be a director, wants to end his life but he doesn't have enough courage to do it. Just like any other day, he receives a news to edit which will be a breakpoint for his routine life.


Director: Baris Hanciogullari.

Mahfuz, an ordinary man in his thirties, finds out that there is a blank spot in his memory... 

The film is about, on a symbolic level, the lack of collective memory in Turkey and the society’s collective trauma due to the awful things happened in the past.

PLASTICS is entering the festival circuit

Ex-Detective Haversheim is a broken man.  He quit the force after he was promoted detective, because he could not solve the "plastic killer" case. The  "plastic killer" was a prostitute  who killed 18 "johns" and wrapped them in plastic.  A year later, a body shows up wrapped plastic. Ex-detective Haversheim has a chance to redeem himself and catch the killer, But,  at what cost? ...


Director: Matt Hewes.

A broken detective quits the force after the trail of the "plastic killer", a prostitute who killed 15 "johns" and disappears. The detective gets a clue that helps him to finish what he started. At to what cost?