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First Man, directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land, Whiplash) to open the 75th Venice Film Festival

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La Biennale di Venezia / 75th Venice International Film Festival / August 29 – September 8, 2018     Universal Pictures’ First Man, from Director Damien Chazelle, Makes World Premiere as Opening Film of the 75th Venice Film Festival    Universal Pictures’ First Man, directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land, Whiplash) and starring Ryan Gosling, Jason Clarke and Claire Foy, has been announced as the opening film, in Competition, of the 75th Ven...

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Odessa OIFF - Film Industry Office, Day 2

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    The second day of the Film Industry Office was full of events: Cinema: Backstage conference; Eurimages cultural support fund of the Council of Europe “How does it work?” presentation; “Film festivals between civil society values and politics” networking meeting and Odesa IFF ScripTeast Series Project with TV drama series pitching. The second day of Film Industry Office section started with the Cinema: Backstage conference on Gender Equality – M...
 

Odessa International Film Festival to Support David Lynch Foundation

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  One of Europe’s largest film festivals and the David Lynch Foundation have announced the beginning of their cooperation in Ukraine. The Odesa International Film Festival (OIFF) shall transfer 1% of its International Competition ticket sale proceeds to support the Foundation’s projects in Ukraine. ‘The David Lynch Foundation puts in place vital projects, teaching risk groups to cope with stress and to discover new life opportunities. This is fully in line with the ...
 

9th OIFF hosted “Cinema: Backstage” conference

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The meeting tackled global policy issues in film industry and their impact on local level. This year, the first and most important issue of Cinema: Backstage was “Gender Equality: myth or reality”. Opening the conference, the OIFF president Viktoriya Tigipko has noted: "It’s not the first time that we raise the gender issue here at the festival, and we’re proud to be speaking of some positive changes and increased amount of female decision makers in the film industr...
 

Master Classes with Arnaud de Pallières and Ritesh Batra

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  Ritesh Batra and Arnaud de Pallières, famous directors and OIFF-2018 International Competition jury members, shared their thoughts of success and hardships in film industry   Arnaud de Pallières mentioned: "When I make feature films, I always try to bring documentary truthfulness, a piece of real life. I always have a desire to make a film as alive as possible. The best way to risk with a movie is an attempt to show your viewer the past, because there is on...
 

OIFF-2018: The start of Film industry professional section

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On July 17th, the OIFF Film Industry Office section officially started. The key event of the day was “Cinema for tourism, cinema about tourism and tourism for cinema” networking of film commissions which took place in the framework of professional section for the second time. "The ultimate synergy of such events is a guarantee of a healthy development of the film industry. Since last year the first networking was very productive and could not seat all those who wanted to pa...
 

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The new Director General, Paolo Moretti, has announced the names of the selection committee, program advisors and correspondents

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  The next Directors’ Fortnight will be held from May 15 to 25, 2019.   A new Programming Team for the Directors’ Fortnight   The Selection Committee   Paolo Bertolin   Paolo Bertolin is a festival programmer, film writer and producer equally splitting his time between Asia and Europe. For the past ten years, he has served as member of the selection committee first, and then as regional consultant for the Venice Fil...
 

Join Annapurna, Endeavor Content, FilmNation, XYZ and more on September 7 in Toronto - with our special discount

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Script to Screen Summit | September 7, 2018 • Toronto, Canada       So, you want to be a filmmaker? During our Script to Screen Summit, get top industry advice from the producers, agents, financiers, and distributors behind such Award-Winning projects as Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird, I, Tonya, Icarus,Phantom...
 

Interview with Matthew Berg and Thomas Besançon for 'Aqua Rasa' (2017) and 'Accomplice' (2018)

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Filmmaker Matthew Berg's debut Short 'Aqua Rasa' (2017) screened at the Palm Springs International Shortfest film market. Harry (played by Vincent Palmieri) is an elderly man suffering from Alzheimer's when visited by Asher (Calvin Devereaux), pretending to be a psychic to help bring back his memories. The youngest director with a film at the film market, Berg wrote, directed, produced and edited the film. Producer Thomas Besançon attended the festival with Berg to ...
 

Interview with Filmmaker Franco Volpi for "August Sun" (2018)

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Actors Miguel Di Lemme and Silvina Sabater with Franco Volpi Argentine native filmmaker Franco Volpi, known for his previous film LOW COST (2014), premiered his latest work AUGUST SUN (2018) at the Palm Springs International Shortfest. Set in Buenos Aires, it's a heartfelt endearing story about an ailing mother reuniting with her estranged expatriate son. The film will screen next in Brazil at the Sao Paolo International Short Film Festival and has been selected as a semi-finalist ...
 

Master Classes with Arnaud de Pallières and Ritesh Batra

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  Ritesh Batra and Arnaud de Pallières, famous directors and OIFF-2018 International Competition jury members, shared their thoughts of success and hardships in film industry   Arnaud de Pallières mentioned: "When I make feature films, I always try to bring documentary truthfulness, a piece of real life. I always have a desire to make a film as alive as possible. The best way to risk with a movie is an attempt to show your viewer the past, because there is on...
 

Interview with Filmmaker Franco Volpi for "August Sun" (2018)

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Actors Miguel Di Lemme and Silvina Sabater with Franco Volpi Argentine native filmmaker Franco Volpi, known for his previous film LOW COST (2014), premiered his latest work AUGUST SUN (2018) at the Palm Springs International Shortfest. Set in Buenos Aires, it's a heartfelt endearing story about an ailing mother reuniting with her estranged expatriate son. The film will screen next in Brazil at the Sao Paolo International Short Film Festival and has been selected as a semi-finalist at the ...

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Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2018 Awards

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On Saturday, the 14th of July, the 14th edition of Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival came to a conclusion. This year, we screened 29 feature films, 10 documentaries and 53 short films from 29 countries, with 6 features, 6 documentaries and 25 short films being shown in the competition program.     At the closing ceremony, the following awards were given:   -VICIOUS CAT for best feature film:  ERREMENTARI (Spain, France; 2017; directed ...

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FrightFest 2018 announces guest line-up, additional films & Long List for Screen Genre Rising Star Award

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        Two extra films have been added to the record-breaking 2018 line-up: PIMPED is director David Barker’s modern transgressive erotic thriller, an Hitchcocktail of elevated suspense and shock in the revered style of Brian De Palma, And If you’ve never seen John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN on the big screen, now’s your best chance. The inclusion of this 4K restoration needs no explanation in anticipation of a new Michael Myers slashe...
 

WorldScene Film Festival Curated by Detainees at Cook County Jail Aug. 9

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  First Festival Ever Curated by Detainees at a Major Municipal Jail Also Features Film Made By Inmates   Chicago IL/Summer- On August 9that 10:15am, the International Children’s Media Center and the Sheriff’s Anti-Violence Effort (SAVE) at the Cook County Correctional Facility, 2600 S. California, Ave., will present the WorldScene Film Festival, the first international film festival ever curated by inmates of a municipal jail, and screened in a correctional facility.&...
 

VIDEO: NIFFF 2018 wrapped - Best moments on video

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This 18th edition showed over 150 films divided into 14 categories during a period of 9 days. With a simultaneous seating capacity of 2,115 festival-goers, the 168 public screenings have included 104 feature films and 60 short films from 41 countries (7 world premieres, 5 international premieres, 9 European premieres and 54 Swiss ones). The free NIFFF Extended and NIFFF Invasion programmes offered 71 activities, 61 of which were conferences. The total of entries reached 44,000 (39,000 film tic...
 

Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival Line Up

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  Now in its 13th year, True Independent serves as the only regional 501(c)3 dedicated to showcasing digital storytelling platforms. Since 2013, the organization’s mission includes incubating ambitious artists via mentorship, fiscal sponsorship and equipment loans; making it a pivotal design launch pad for emerging new media artists.  True Independent is committed to engaging film, technology, contemporary culture and design to showcase the TRANSMEDIA art for...
 

  

Tickets now available on Eventbrite!

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Tickets to our festival are now available to purchase on Eventbrite!  Important to keep in mind when getting your tickets:  -Each session is listed as a separate event on Eventbrite.  -There are 6 sessions for the NYC festival and 4 sessions for Paris.  -ALL 6 sessions for NYC take place on Sunday, September 9th, 2018.  -The first two sessions for Paris take place on Thursday, September 20th, 2018 and the last two will take place Friday, September 21st, 2018.  

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Teri Bhabhi Hai Pagle, Review: Mediocre mockery and tiresome satire

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Teri Bhabhi Hai Pagle, Review:  Mediocre mockery and tiresome satire Films about films and film-makers are dicey propositions. The earliest in my time was Guru Dutt’s Kaaghaz Ke Phool, which bombed so badly at the box office that the director-actor never recovered, only to become an all-time classic a decade later. Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Guddi enjoyed above average success and Asrani’s Chala Murari Hero Banne was not bad either. Tanveer Ahmed’s Aakarshan flopped,...
 

Lathe Joshi, Review: Better Lathe than never

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Lathe Joshi, Review: Better Lathe than never In a rare combination of inspirations, writer-director Mangesh Joshi looks up to Satyajit Ray and Charlie Chaplin to churn out a serviceable film about a soft-spoken man who has only one skill, and his world crumbles around him when he is retrenched from his job, a victim of new technology and upgrading of a manufacturing process. Modern Times and Pather Panchali blend in the India of 2018, to tell the tale of loneliness and poverty, old age and th...
 

Dry Day, Review: To avoid a hangover, stay drunk!

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Dry Day, Review: To avoid a hangover, stay drunk! A Marathi language film with an English name, Dry Day picks its title from the term used to define certain days in the year when liquor sales and serving are not allowed in a particular state, or even the entire country. The local or union government decides which days should be Dry. On such days, habitual drinkers stock-up alcohol or get it from smugglers/suppliers, and consume the stuff out of the range of the police patrols that are entrust... 
 
 

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Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and sub-festivals open submissions

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Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (aka PÖFF), Youth and Children’s Film Festival Just Film
and PÖFF Shorts have opened submissions for the 2018 edition.

The 22nd edition of PÖFF, running from November 16th to December 2nd, will see a major change in one of the three competition programmes of the festival. The former Estonian Film Competition that used to be judged by the same jury as the First Feature Competition will be turned into a new programme with its own international jury – the Baltic Film Competition – screening a selection of feature-length films made in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The programme requires Estonian premiere for the Lithuanian and Latvian films (no premiere requirements for Estonian films) and is designed as a showcase of the best Baltic cinematic output from the last year. The programme will have one award - Award for Best Baltic Feature Film with a grant of 3200 Euros, shared by the director and producer.


The festival will also continue its two other competition programmes. The Official Selection Competition will look for films completed after the 15th of September, 2017. With world, international or European premiere as a eligibility criterium.

The First Feature Competition, open for filmmakers presenting their feature debut, will accept films completed after the 15th of September, 2017. That have not had their world or international premiere.

Submissions are also open for all the non-competitive sections of the festival. The programme will include around 200 feature films and documentaries. The final day for submissions is the 17th of August.

The 17th Youth and Children’s film festival Just Film is looking for films for its youth and children’s competitions and documentary sections. Submissions will stay open until the 17th of August.

The 2nd PÖFF Shorts, showcasing short films and animations, will run from the 20th to the 25th of November. The festival saw the merging of two separate sub-festivals last year - the animation film festival Animated Dreams and the International Short Film Festival Sleepwalkers. The new festival has retained the identities and most programmes of the former festival. Submissions close on the 25th of August.

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Action On Film International Film Festival
August 16 – 26, 2018

 

August 2, 2018 Extended Deadline

The Fourteenth Annual Action On Film International Film Festival and Writer's Event is truly the festival of the independent filmmaker and writer. We bridge the gap between the industry and the indie filmmaker with guests like Debra Kara Unger, Nick Mancuso, Harry Lennix, Eric Bana, Mark Ruffalo, John Savage and many others in attendance every season. We also feature top distributors and buyers from companies like Bruber Media, Multivisionnaire Distribution, Showcase Entertainment, Gorilla Pictures, Movie Heroes, Storyoptic Films, The China Film Group and more. 
With a fourteen year history of recognizing filmmakers at every level in some of the most gorgeous cinemas in the world, we create screenings and opportunities that no other festival offers. 

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Winter Film Awards February 14 – 23, 2019

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Now in its eighth year, the rapidly growing Festival showcases the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world. For the 2018 Festival, 93 films from 31 countries were screened, including an eclectic mix of 13 Animated films, 13 Documentaries, 10 Feature narratives, 8 Horror films, 9 Music Videos, 33 Narrative shorts and 7 Web series, including 32 first-time filmmakers. 42% of the films were created by women, 45% were created by people of color.

Works of all genres, forms, and lengths are considered for Festival screening. All selected films are screened.

 

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The NYC Independent Film Festival 
May 5 – 12, 2019

Earlybird Deadline August 23, 2018 

The 10th Annual NYC Independent Film Festival provides a showcase for indie filmmakers from NYC and around the world to the NYC public & entertainment industry. Indie filmmakers self­fund projects with budgets from $0 - ­$1,000,000 and often overlooked, these filmmakers show extraordinary talent and creativity under tight budgets. The Festival provides filmmakers with the opportunity for potential distribution while meeting fans and promoting their film. 

The Festival is an annual event and will run May 5 - 12, 2019, taking place at Producers Club, The Caveat and Cameo Clnton Studios. We will screen 250 films, host panels and presentations, as well as after parties, a live script reading, and a live comedy sketch performance! All while hosting hundreds of filmamakers from around the world!
 
2019 submission categories include: Narrative Feature, Short Film (narrative), Super Short Film (narrative), Documentary Fearure, Documentary Short, Music Video, Art/Experimental (short film), Animation (short film), Short Script, Short Sketch Comedy Videos, Virtual Reality, Web Series, TV Pilots. 
 
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Fantasporto’2019 Oporto International Film Festival 
February 22 to March 2, 2019

 
ENTRY DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1st 2018 

This Call is for Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi features and shorts only of Fantasy gendre. The Director’s Week section is destinaded only for, no strings attach.

 

Deadlines for Entries for 2019 edition are November 1st (feature and fantasy shorts) and December 5th (Final Call and only for features). Fantasporto enjoys incredible loyalty and support from the large film-appreciating community all over the World. In the last edition, Fantasporto was attended by over 25,000 enthusiastic genre film fans and over 200 members of the film press and industry.

Considered in 2015 as the first of the independent film festivals in the world by TRIPPER, Fantasporto is among the top film festivals  for the discovery of new talent, having revealed countless of now famous directors, producers and actors.

The World Heritage City by UNESCO of Porto, twice considered Europe’s Best Touristic Destination,  is another factor adding interest . Founded in 1981, the 39th edition has the support of the Portuguese State and the Townhall.

Check the  Regulations on the site www.fantasporto.com.

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Filmfestivals com has an eye for Eco, Transition, Green and Conservationism cinema: check our fantastic selection

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Message from KLEFF Festival Director - The International Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival

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  Hello friends & supporters! In the last one month, we have gone to another three universities for our roadshows. The purpose of this roadshow is not only to communicate and share about KLEFF, but at the same time organise a compact film making workshop with our film making & media partner, Stranger Connection Media (SCM) as well as introducing two special categories for this year’s competition, brought to you by River of Life (ROL) and Roundtable on Sustainable Pa...
 
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ANIMATION CALLING

 

Anima is calling for your films!

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!!! Deadline: 1st October 2018 !!! No entry fee requested!       For its next edition (1-10 March 2019), Anima, the Brussels Animation Film Festival, is looking for stunning and unexpected animated films! Besides its national and international competitions,  the Festival is qualified by the Academy of Motion ...
 

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FrightFest 2018 announces guest line-up, additional films & Long List for Screen Genre Rising Star Award

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        Two extra films have been added to the record-breaking 2018 line-up: PIMPED is director David Barker’s modern transgressive erotic thriller, an Hitchcocktail of elevated suspense and shock in the revered style of Brian De Palma, And If you’ve never seen John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN on the big screen, now’s your best chance. The inclusion of this 4K restoration needs no explanation in anticipation of a new Michael Myers slashe...

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Films we curate for festivals Check our selection of 'Best for Fests' documentaries.  "Ones to Watch for fests' by filmfestivals.com".  LIVING IN THE FUTURES PAST by Susan Kucera, produced and presented by Jeff Bridges. USA
 

 

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TAIPEI by Jason Lester Romance under influence - USA, first feature film 96 minutes

"Think Romeo and Juliet meets Trainspotting" - Filmfestivals.com Bruno Chatelin

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Taipei is an adaptation of Tao Lin’s critically-acclaimed, cult favorite novel of the same name.

Two young New York writers fall in and out of love amidst a whirlwind of drugs, parties, technology, and travel. As one relationship collapses, another blooms for Erin, swept into the world of Paul Chen, a mysterious, charismatic author. When he proposes documenting every aspect of their new romance in an epic laptop-filmed “documentary”, the couple enter into a performative bad romance, fueled by substances and sleepless nights. Tracking the pair through a shotgun Niagara Falls wedding, an LSD trip in a New Jersey mansion, and to Taiwan, the country of Paul’s birth where the couple comes to confront their individual alienation, Taipei is a visually stunning, extremely contemporary portrayal of what it means to be young, alive, and in love in a digital world.

Taipei wins at The Mexico International Film Festival

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Taipei won 2018 Bronze Palm Award at The Mexico International Film Festival   The Mexico International Film Festival and Awards has become an important awards event within the film industry and a centerpiece for promoting and growing the thriving arts and culture community of Mexico. Founded on the premise that the language of film is universal and a dynamic force in bridging cultural understanding, the event celebrates and recognizes the very best of international inde...

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Cut Off' by Jowan Carbin 

Struggling with his new life in New Orleans, Clive follows Trevor, a former professor to his country home on the bayou in Cut Off, LA to gain a new perspective.  While Trevor helps Clive deal with his demons, Clive is sucked into a mission to kill.

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LIVING AMONG US by Brian Metcalf  - Vampire Found Footage Thriller Ocober 2017 80 minutes

A family of Vampires hire some filmmakers to bring their story to the world with devastating results.  STARRING: John Heard (Home Alone), Esmé Bianco (Game of Thrones), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie), William Sadler (Iron Man 3), Andrew Keegan (10 Things I Hate About You).

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LIVING IN THE FUTURES PAST by Susan Kucera, A documentary presented by Jeff Bridges.
USA October 2017 - 83 minutes 

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DEAD ON ARRIVAL D.O.A. by Stephen Sepher - Thriller  - USA  - June  2017 -  96 minutes

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Emmy nominated Billy Flynn stars in an ensemble cast as Sam Collins, a pharmaceutical sales rep who visits a small town in Louisiana to close the business deal of a lifetime. He finds himself in a dark world of sex, corruption and murder as he is poisoned with no antidote to save his life. Desperate for answers, with less than 24 hours to live, Sam turns to a local girl Jesse. Their path leads to a voodoo priestess who only confirms Sam's doomed fate. On the run, caught in a deadly vertigo with no one to trust, Sam and Jesse find themselves running from police detectives, the Mob and a dirty sheriff who wants him dead.

Inspired by the 1950 classic noir thriller D.O.A. 

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Sharkwater: Extinction by Rob Stewart - Canada 2018 90 minutes

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Rob Stewart “Conservation is the preservation of human life on earth. And that, above all else, is worth fighting for”
Watch Rob Stewart doing what he loved most of all, swimming with sharks, in exclusive footage from his third film, 
Sharkwater: Extinction.
The soundtrack "Child of the Water" is a tribute to Rob, written and recorded by the ethereal Chantal Kreviazuk.
Sharkwater: Extinction, scheduled to release in October 2018, is a follow up to his first two award-winning films,
Sharkwater and Revolution. Sharkwater exposed the devastating issue of shark finning, while Revolution brought
the destructive effects of Ocean Acidification to light.
Rob taught the world to not fear sharks, through his iconic images of hugging these majestic creatures and free diving with them.
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Revolution by Rob Stewart  
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over 40 festival wins so far

Eco Documentary feature film by Rob Stewart April 2015, 82 minutes (Sharkwater)
Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed SHARKWATER (36 festival wins) documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger -- it's humanity itself.

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Découvrez les 3 cycles forts de la 23e édition de Cinespaña 2018 - Du 5 au 14 octobre à Toulouse

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Les rencontres professionnelles - BAL-LAB

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Vitrine reconnue des cinémas latino-américains, le Festival Biarritz Amérique Latine est aussi un espace de coopération entre producteurs français et créateurs latino-américains. Les rencontres professionnelles du festival se structurent sous le label de Biarritz Amérique Latine Lab / BAL-LAB autour de deux pôles : un pôle « résidences » autour du partenariat avec Lizières, et un pôl...


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