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Celebrate Diversity in Film! 8th Annual Winter Film Awards CALL FOR ENTRIES

INDIE FILMMAKERS … do you have an awesome film?  WINTER FILM AWARDS announces a CALL FOR ENTRIES for the 2019 International Film Festival to be held Feb 14-23 2019 in NYC.  We seek diverse, fresh voices and creative indie films from emerging filmmakers in all genres – feature length and shorts, narrative fiction, documentary, animation, horror, web series and music videos. WINTER FILM AWARDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL showcases emerging filmmakers in all genres fr...

Preview of 15th Yerevan film festival

 By Alex Delonian <   The Golden Apricot Film festival in Yerevan, the beautiful capitol of Armenia. offers a selection of films this year as offbeat and unusual as the very name of the festival itself.  First of all -- Why apricots?  It turns out this tasty golden colored fruit is a major agricultural product of the country and as such has become a kind of national symbol. Moreover, apricots are in season at this time of the year and prominently fill...

The french film Sink or Swim will close the 53rd Karlovy Vary IFF is the

Downcast Bertrand is suffering a midlife crisis. When he answers an ad placed by a group looking for a new member for their male synchronised swimming team, he has no idea that he'll be treading water with a truly colourful bunch of lovable outcasts. The team – all sagging muscles and thinning hair and each with his own particular set of problems – is aiming for high-level competition. French director Gilles Lellouche made a splash at this year’s Cannes festival with a hu...

juries of the 53rd Karlovy Vary IFF

Grand Jury Mark Cousins Mark Cousins, Irish-Scottish director and writer. His films – including The First Movie, The Story of Film: An Odyssey, What Is This Film Called Love?, Life May Be, A Story of Children and Film, I Am Belfast, Atomic, Stockholm My Love and The Eyes of Orson Welles – are about childhood, cities, recovery, walking, and cinema. They have won a Prix Italia, a Peabody, and a Stanley Kubrick A...

Director Terry Gilliam to present The Man Who Killed Don Quixote in Karlovy Vary

Director Terry Gilliam will personally appear at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival to present his new film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which had its premiere at this year’s festival in Cannes. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote faced many trials and tribulations and was many years in the making. Eighteen years ago, the original shoot starring Johnny Depp and Jean Rochefort was halted after just six days. The series of catastrophes that halted the project, which Gilliam ...

Exciting Announcement: Moving Words

We have teamed up with Arts by the People to present works from their new project, Moving Words.    Moving Words will intersect voices of all ages through writers whose submitted works will be transformed into short films by animation students at various international animation schools. These writers, under the guidance of ARTS By The People’s writing scholar, will have their works voice acted and subsequently animated by college students.    We will prese...

Tim Robbins will be awarded with Crystal Globe for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to World Cinema at this year's KVIFF

This year’s 53rd KVIFF will present a Crystal Globe for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema to actor, director, screenwriter, producer and musician Tim Robbins, who won an Oscar for best supporting actor for his performance in Mystic River (2003) and who was nominated for a best director Oscar for Dead Man Walking (1995). Thanks to his family background, Tim Robbins had contact with the world of art from an early age. He began his acting career at theatres in New York, and after co...

The Sacramento French Film Festival is live

    17th SACRAMENTO FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL June 15-24, 2018 CREST THEATRE        The 17th SFFF continues this weekend with more films, more discussi...

Katharina Behrends Interview @ NEM 2018

Katharina Behrends is Managing Director of NBCUniversal International Networks for Central and Eastern Europe. She is responsible for company activities of NBCUniversal International Networks Channels in Central and Eastern Europe and the Benelux region with a portfolio of nine channel feeds including 13th Street, SYFY, DIVA, Universal Channel and E! Entertainment. Additionally she heads the Branded SVOD services SYFY Horror and Studio Universal Classics in Germany and Austria. Furthe...

Record for attendance at NEM 2018 with a little over 50 panelists and top professionals in the television industry

NEM 2018, an event dedicated to the television industry with an emphasis on the CEE region, was held last week from June 11 to 14 in beautiful Dubrovnik in the Dubrovnik Palace Hotel. For the sixth year in a row, NEM opened its doors to media experts and this year it gathered more than 800 participants, which marks a new record for attendance. With a little over 50 panelists, top professionals in the television industry who shared their experiences and knowledge with the audience and...