Pro Tools
•Register a festival or a film
Submit film to festivals Promote for free or with Promo Packages

FILMFESTIVALS | 24/7 world wide coverage

Enjoy the best of both worlds: Portal with Film & Fest News and Social network for the festival community.  

We started in 1995 connecting films to festivals, documenting the world of festivals around the globe.

A completely new website will soon be available, everything will be restructured, this to serve you better.

For any collaboration, information please write to us at filmfestival's email for details.

User login

|FRENCH VERSION|

RSS Feeds 

Once upon a time hollywood press conf.

The Joker Coming October.

British Academy of Film and Television Arts

London BFI fest announces jury and line up...

user
Juries are announced for the new look BFI London Film Festival Awards, including Sir David Hare, Tom Hiddleston, David Yates, Olivia Colman, Pablo Trapero, Nansun Shi and Sebastian Faulks. At this year’s ceremony, Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton will receive BFI Fellowships. Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter The 56th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express today revealed its juries for the 2012 Festival Awards which will take place at Banqueting...

A Power and the Glory of Cinema City

user
Another big name of Cinema City Novi Sad, Serbia is no doubt Nick Powell. A man on Virgin label and a big boss of nowadays biggest Film and Television School in UK. I promised that I will write another article about a Nik Powell’s visit to Novi Sad, Cinema City because as I said in previous articles I’ve had a little problem with a voice recorder who failed to record interviews with Powell. In the 60s and 70s Richard Branson and his partner Nik Powell loved music and saw an opportunity to...

Celtic media unveils awards shortlist

user
The Celtic Media Festival has announced the shortlist for the 2012 Bronze Torc Awards for Excellence. The awards celebrate the very best of film, television, radio and interactive media to emerge from within the Celtic nations and regions - whether in English, Breton, Irish, Welsh, Manx or Scottish Gaelic. The winners will be revealed at this year’s festival in Derry-Londonderry in April.Shortlisted titles include; Wonderland: The Men Who Won’t Stop Marching, BBC Northern Ireland’s enthra...

Dustin Hoffman film directorial debuts with QUARTET for BBC Films

user
Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay, Billy Connolly and Pauline Collins lead British cast of venerable maestros for Hoffman’s directorial debut   Dustin Hoffman has assembled a cast of Britain’s most virtuoso actors for his feature film directorial debut QUARTET, which starts principal photography today, shooting for nine weeks in and around Buckinghamshire. BBC Films and DCM Productions present a Headline Pictures and Finola Dwyer Productions production in association with Decca and Han...

Asprey/Orange British Academy Film Awards 2011

user
Asprey hosted the official BAFTA, Nominees' Party for the third consecutive year this weekend. The prestigious Cocktail Party, held in the luxurious surroundings of Asprey's New Bond Street Flagship Store, celebrated the film nominations and Asprey's continued partnership with BAFTA. The store, occupied by Asprey since 1847 and originally five town houses, was transformed to welcome actors, special guests and film industry professionals. Oversized BAFTA masks were posi...

Stars Shine at BAFTA

Sir Paul McCartney, Helena Bonham-Carter and other BAFTA hopefuls speak to us ahead of the British Academy Film Awards in Covent Garden.

The Danes and after at BAFTA

user
London's equivalent to Hollywood's Academy is called-for short- BAFTA and it occupies luxurious premises on the historic Piccadilly street (not to be confused with the nearby Piccadilly Circus, which has nothing to do with P.T.Barnum) in the heart of the British capital. For many years it was considered a rather staid place and organisation, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, but in recent years after some interior revamping and probably thanks to some lively new personnel on the...

BAFTA nominated Willian McGregor coming to Cam*era

user
Hailing from the open fields of rural Norfolk, William has earned a string of acclaims. From a National Young Filmmaker Nomination in 2006, a BAFTA 60 Second Film Award Nomination in 2007 and screenings at the London Short Film Festival in 2007, 2008 and 2010. With three films aired on the BBC and internationally across the world at festivals such as the Warsaw International Film Festival, Kiev International Film Festival and Istanbul International Short Film Festival, William is already...

The 2010 February Buff blogcast

user
The shortest month of the year is far from short on the movies front as news emerges with regards to the recent BAFTA nominations. Ahead of the big buff bash on Sunday February 21, the marmite film Avatar – so called because you either love it or you hate it – has been nominated for 8 awards including best film and best director. And having picked up the big one at the recent Golden Globes, Avatar looks set to sweep up much in the same way that Slumdog Millionaire did 12 months ago. Precious...

Celtic Media Festival unveils Awards shortlist

user
The shortlists have been announced for the Bronze Torc Awards for Excellence at the 31st annual Celtic Media Festival.  The awards celebrate the very best of film, television, radio and digital media to emerge from within the Celtic diaspora. 78 productions and companies have been shortlisted across the 21 award categories, with 26 entries each from Scotland, Wales and Ireland.  As always, Celtic languages feature prominently across all categories with all of the factual e...

British Academy Film Awards

#
The British Academy Film Awards are presented annually to recognise, honour and reward individuals for outstanding achievement in feature films released theatrically in the UK within the awards year.

60 seconds of fame short film by BAFTA and Orange

user
'60 Seconds of Fame' is back. This exciting and innovative short film challenge was launched by BAFTA and Orange in 2006, and attracted more than 250 entries. This year, aspiring filmmakers are invited to submit a 60 second short film, based on the theme ‘unite’. The winning film will be featured on the BBC1 broadcast of the Film Awards, watched by millions around the world.BAFTA juries will choose the shortlisted films in each of 15 UK regions and the public will vote for their favourite fi...

British Boom At The BAFTAS

user
Wednesday, February 14---The Brits were back as big winners (on their home turf) of the BAFTA Awards, more formally referred to as the Orange British Academy Film Awards. The Best Film honors went to THE QUEEN, as did the Best Actress nod to Helen Mirren (dust off that bookshelf for your Oscar, Mrs. Hackford), with the Best British Film prize going to THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND, and its lead actor Forrest Whitaker for his portrayal of Uganda strongman Idi Amin. Other Brits who shined include Best...

Aviator wins 4 BAFTA, Vera Drake 3, Ray and Sunshine 2

user
The Aviator has won four BAFTAs and Vera Drake has won three at The Orange British Academy Film Awards. Ray, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Motorcycle Diaries won two BAFTAs each.The Aviator received Awards in the categories Film, Actress in a Supporting Role for Cate Blanchett, Make-Up & Hair and Production Design. Mike Leigh won the David Lean Award for Achievement in Direction and Imelda Staunton won Actress in a Leading Role for Vera Drake. The film also won for Costume Des...

First MIPTV for the new TV Division Director:

user
Paul Johnson, Director,TV Division, Reed MIDEMPaul Johnson has joined Reed MIDEM as Director,TV Division working with Pau Zilk.Paul replaces Rene Perez and comes from from VNU Entertainment Media, where he was European Sales and Marketing Director for The Hollywood Reporter. A 14-year veteran at The Hollywood Reporter, he was responsible for sponsorship, events and advertising at the magazine, and was the driving force behind its foreign language websites slated to launch later this year. During...

BAFTA Awards Reward Lost in Translation and Return of the Kings

user
Billy Murray and Scarlet Johansson both picked up best acting awards at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), Return of the Kings, best film and best director to Peter Weir for Master and Commander. Cold Mountain won for Zelleweger and best music.The BAFTA awards were announced on February 15 with Bill Murray and Scarlet Johanson winning the best acting awards and five awards for The Return of the King. Bafta awards 2004:Best filmLord of the Rings: The Return of the KingBest British film(Alex...
gersbach.net