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Play and Du Soleil En Hiver: Indielisboa Winners

INDIELISBOA 2006: PLAY and DU SOLEIL EN HIVER are the winnersAlicia Scherson’s feature wins Grand Prize “City of Lisbon” for Feature Film, and French short gets the Grand Prize for Short FilmCristi Puiu’s THE DEATH OF MR LAZARESCU receives Special MentionHere are the winners: Grand Prize “City of Lisbon” for Feature FilmPLAY, by Alicia Scherson Special MentionTHE DEATH OF MR. LAZARESCU, by Cristi Puiu Grand Prize for Short FilmDU SOLEIL EN HIVER, Samuel Collardey Special Mention to a...

2006 is onedotzero's tenth anniversary

2006 is onedotzero's tenth anniversary, and will be celebrated with very special events, projects and programming. onedotzero has grown from a pioneering weekend festival at the ICA in the mid-nineties, to become "the most crucial, groundbreaking festival of the early 21st century" [Guardian Film Unlimited], as well as being renowned as a DVD label and as a highly influential production company, producing programmes for Channel 4, and live tour visuals for The Rolling Stones, U2 and Little Brita...

FEST, The International Film Festival

If the Cannes Film Festival represents the culture of central Europe, for the film media, there are several international film festivals in Europe and the world, and one in Eastern Europe, the International Film Festival FEST in Serbia and Montenegro. FEST, The International Film Festival takes place in Belgrade and has the long 34-year-old tradition. During its 34 years, this festival hosted big names in the filmmaking show business. It is not easy to promote the world cultural co-operation, in...

Richard Peña biography

Richard Peña, Program Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Chairman of the Selection Committee of the New York Film Festival, is a film curator and scholar whose wide-ranging knowledge of the medium includes a special expertise and interest in Latin American, Asian, and Arab cinemas.Program Director of the Film Society and Festival Selection Committee Chair since 1988, Mr. Peña has brought a visionary zeal and enthusiasm and a remarkable variety of programs both to the Festival a...

Stories to be told in San Sebastian Fest competition

The following films will compete for the San Sebastian honors in competition in the only Festival in Spain to hold the International Federation of Film Producers Association's top-level "non-specialised competitive" category. The Festival will celebrate its 53rd year between September 15 and 24, at a moment of tremendous popularity and excellent image. The entire city participates in its Festival as it fills with visitors attracted by the movies, the Festival atmosphere, the local food and touri...

Troia Film festival sets an ambitious slate

TROIA FILM FESTIVAL SETS AN AMBITIOUS SLATEThe 21st edition of the Troia International Film Festival (Festroia), Portugal’s oldest and most adventurous film event devoted to international and independent cinema, kicked off on May 28 with a wide-ranging program, with particular nods to European and American Independent films.The Festival is based in the picturesque coastal town of Setúbal, about 90 minutes south of Lisbon. Troia is actually the name of the expansive beaches in the vicinity, an...

17 000 visitors for IndieLisboa

IndieLisboa’s second edition, which was held in Lisbon (Portugal) between April 21st and May 1st, was a huge success: the festival received 17.000 people (more 5.000 than in the first edition) divided between 116 sessions and with 40 sold out sessions. Thus maintaining its initial features (to perceive IndieLisboa as a space that contributes to revealing new films and new directors), this year the festival bet on its growth. More screens (3 in 2004, 4 this year), more films (79 last year, 130 ...

IndieLisboa complete line up of 130 films and shorts

IndieLisboa 2005 will be held from 21st April until 1st May, in Lisbon.There will be 11 feature films and 30 short-films in competition.This year, IndieLisboa will present a total of 130 films, within which 48 are feature films and 82 shorts. From Europe were selected 63 films (excluding the Portuguese), from the United States and Canada 11 films, Australia and New Zeland are represented with a film each. From Middle East, IndieLisboa has chosen 2 films, meanwhile from Asia (which comprehends Ch...

EFA board meeting during Warsaw Fest

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY IN WARSAWEuropean Film Academy (EFA) Board Meeting will take place in Warsaw during the 20th Warsaw International Film Festival today, Saturday, October 16, 2004.During this year Festival the decision will be reached whether the European Film Award Ceremony in 2006 will take place in Warsaw. EFA Board Members are meeting, among others, the Minister of Culture Waldemar Dąbrowski, as well as the Vice President of Warsaw Andrzej Urbański.Guests of the WMFF:- Chairman...

New Directors at San Sebastian

Eighteen movies (three in the Official Section and fifteen in Zabaltegi-New Directors) will compete at the 52nd San Sebastian International Film Festival for the Altadis-New Directors Award, sponsored by Altadis and carrying Euro 90,000 (approx US$95,000).Seventeen countries feature in this selection offering an overview of films with very little in common. Two Argentine movies and another from Colombia represent Latin American cinema. Europe is present with titles from Switzerland, Italy, Germa...

Portuguese performing artists in the UK awards

Visiting Arts and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation are delighted to announce the winners of the second year of Awards which support the creation of new work by Portuguese performing artists in the UK.This year will see two new collaborations, between Arnolfini (Bristol) and Bomba Suicida, and Frakture (Liverpool) and Carlos "Zingaro".The ProjectsArnolfini and Bomba Suicida will create 'Bristol Pieces' during a three week residency in August/September 2004. The project will include presentations of...