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54th San Francisco International Film Festival wrapped

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The San Francisco Film Society wrapped its 54th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 21 - May 5) with 265 screenings of 193 films from 48 countries, which were attended by 278 filmmakers and industry guests from 22 countries around the globe. "I had a hell of a good time!" exclaimed Frank Pierson, recipient of this year's Kanbar Award for excellence in screenwriting. "I enjoyed the informality of spirit and the professionalism of execution of the who...

54th San Francisco International Film Festival Presents New Series of Master Classes and Salons

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Conversations Offer Opportunities for Deeper Audience Engagement with Festival Films and Filmmakers The 54th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 21–May 5) will present two new Conversations series designed to deepen and enhance the Festival experience, giving filmgoers the opportunity to go a step beyond the post-screening Q&A. An extension of the Film Society’s year-round Film Craft & Film Studies program, Master Classes are an opportunity to engage with special ...

Torino Film Festival full line up

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the 27th Torino Film Festival Torino Grand Prix Starting this year, the Torino Film Festival presents Torino Grand Prix, an award which is given each year to filmmakers who, from the surfacing of the nouvelles vagues on, have helped renew the film language, create new aesthetic models and communicate the new trends that are the basis of the most interesting works of contemporary cinema. This year, the prize will be given to Emir Kusturica, for the inventiveness o...

Preview of The Montpellier Festival of Mediterranean Film

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The Montpellier Festival of Mediterranean Film (24 Oct. - 2 Nov. 2008) is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, thirty years of a great cinematographic adventure that started with what in 1979 seemed to be a real gamble— the notion of a federative Mediterranean cultural identity. As the festivals went by, this joint identity gained clarity and strength. Great names in the cinema were hosted in Montpellier, new talents were revealed and a public of passionate enthusiasts formed over the y...

Strong points in 2007 Montpellier Festival

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For nearly thirty years, the Montpellier Festival has afforded a unique overview of the best recent productions from all the shores of the Mediterranean, from Portugal to the Black Sea. More than 250 films will be shown, including 120 new works in the official selection: previews, competitions and panoramas. Strong points in 2007: 1 - support for Mediterranean filmmaking, with €100,000 in cash prizes, aid and services for the winners of the various competitions: - full-length features, short f...

The first Talent Campus in Latin America

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The Buenos Aires International Film Festival of Independent Cinema (BAFICI), was the first Talent Campus held in Buenos Aires. Several seminars have taken place in four different days in workshops dictated by professionals.In this first edition in Latin America, the Buenos Aires Talent Campus has presented seminars, work-shops, projections and discussions about the relation between the cinema and the urban issue, that is to say how the cinema thinks the city. This topic appeared in the moment ...

Montréal World Film Festival opens August 26

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A revealing new portrait of controversial Canadian newspaper baron Conrad Black, Citizen Black, a powerful emotional drama from Germany, Sugar Orange, and a delightful crime comedy from Australia, A Man's Gotta Do, are three of the many world premieres that will unfurl at the 28th Montréal World Film Festival, August 26 – September 6.Among the films having their international premieres are 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, from the U.S.A., Christmas Rematch, (Italy), and Wanted (Germany). North A...
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