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Australian filmmaker takes the 2012 Iris Prize for The Wilding

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    ·       The Wilding  (directed by Grant Scicluna, Australia) - Iris Prize   And the other winners are:   ·        A Stable for Disabled Horses (directed by Fabio Youniss) – Best UK Short   ·        Sex of Angels (directed by Xavier Villaverde) - Iris Prize Best Feature Award   ·      &...

Cardiff’s lesbian and gay film festival prepares for its 6th edition

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Box office opens as Cardiff’s lesbian and gay film festival prepares for its 6th edition offering a staggering £25,000 short film prize. • Montage of competing films revealed • Opening Film: UK premiere of Eytan Fox’s Yossi • Closing Film: UK premiere of Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same • Amy Lamé to host the new-look Awards show • Daniel Boys to attend premier of Little Man - his first gay role and debut film There’ll be much excitem...

Australia and US filmmakers dominate 2012 Iris Prize shortlist

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  films selected from 14 countries for the world’s largest gay and lesbian short film prize   10 US filmmakers make the final closely followed by 6 from Australia and 5 from the UK.   Venezuela make the final for the first time joining, Canada, Germany, Brazil, Israel, France, Norway, Austria, Ireland, India, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, Australia, US and UK.   Australian filmmake...

The Iris Prize Winners 2011

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And the winner is: ·       I Don’t Want To Go Back Alone  (directed by Daniel Ribeiro, Brazil) - Iris Prize And the other winners are:  ·        The Red Bike (directed by Andrew Steggall) – Best UK Short ·        August (directed by Eldar Rapaport)- Iris Prize Best Feature Award ·        Murray Bartlett (Troy in August) Best Actor in a Feature ·        Allison Lane (Candy in Going Down In La-La Land) Best Actress in a Feature A short film about ...

The Iris Prize unveils festival line-up as they prepare for 5th birthday celebrations!

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The 5th Iris Prize Festival is delighted to announce that this year’s festival will open on Wednesday 5 October with the European premiere of August, directed by former Iris Prize winner Eldar Rapaport. The gala screening in Chapter, Cardiff will be introduced by New York based actor Murray Bartlett who plays Troy in the film. A glowing review in Variety said "August is a gay romantic drama that's sexy without feeling like a flimsy excuse to bare well-toned skin…. With minimal di...

How Long Winter Lasts in Romania

Director: Iris Ponkina.
"HOW LONG WINTER LASTS IN ROMANIA" is an observational travelogue through contemporary romanian cities and countryside in the wintertime. Fragments of "Mioritza", the romanian national ballade intermingles with Jonas Mekas poetic visions. Romania, a land of contrasts, on the promising doorstep of European Union still seems to be in a state of post-communist syndrome. Romania's resemblance to Lithuania intrigues questions and skepticism. Winter as a metaphor is I.Ponkina's debut short film.

EFA will offer (in Copenhagen) honorary awards to Dame Judi Dench and Dogma founders

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At the 21st European Film Awards the European Film Academy will present honorary awards to Dame Judi Dench and Dogma founders Søren Kragh-Jacobsen, Kristian Levring, Lars von Trier, and Thomas Vinterberg.  Already established as a highly successful theatre and TV actress, Judi Dench rose to international fame for her screen roles such as Queen Victoria in John Madden’s MRS BROWN (1997) for which she received a BAFTA, Armande Voizin in CHOCOLAT by Lasse Hallström (2000) for which she was nom...

EFA honorary awards to Dame Judi Dench and Dogma founders

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HONORARY AWARDS FOR DAME JUDI DENCH AND THE DOGMA-FOUNDERSAt the 21st European Film Awards the European Film Academy will present honorary awards to Dame Judi Dench and Dogma founders Søren Kragh-Jacobsen, Kristian Levring, Lars von Trier, and Thomas Vinterberg.Already established as a highly successful theatre and TV actress, Judi Dench rose to international fame for her screen roles such as Queen Victoria in John Madden’s MRS BROWN (1997) for which she received a BAFTA, Armande Voizin in CH...

New Montreal awards L'Audition with the Golden Iris

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The international jury, presided over by Claude Lelouch (France), including Felipe Cazals (Mexico), Chang Chen (Taiwan, China), Anna Galiena (Italy), Marcel Jean (Canada), Eberhard Junkersdorf (Germany) and Eva Zaoralova (Czech Republic), have awarded the following prizes:Gold Iris of Montreal – Grand Prize of the FestivalL’audition by Luc Picard (Canada)Silver Iris – Grand Prize of the JuryJosh's Trees by Peter Entell (Switzerland)Silver Iris – for Best DirectionHiroshi ISHIKAWA for Su-...

Montreal Iris of Tomorrow jury for first or second film

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Three prominent film personalities will form the jury for the Iris of Tomorrow for best first or second film in the Competition, Latin Universe and Planet Earth categories of the New Montreal FilmFest. Due to the number of films entered, the award will go to a film having its world or international premiere at the festival, which runs from September 18 to 25.Headed by Chinese filmmaker Yon Fan, the jury also includes Chilean director-producer Alex Bowen and Quebec film critic Francine Laurendeau...

Kate Winslet’s Eternal Star Shines on Santa Barbara

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Kate Winslet’s Eternal Star Shines on Santa BarbaraOn Tuesday night, the 20th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival presented Academy Award nominee Kate Winslet with the Sapphire Inspired Award for Outstanding Performance of the Year.Winslet was chosen based on her exceptional performances in 2004 as Sylvia Llewelyn Davies in “Finding Neverland” and Clementine Kruczynski, the uninhibited girlfriend of Jim Carrey in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” for which she recei...
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