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Psychology

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A young woman Eva wants to turn back her dead daughter. A scientist named Nicola offers her his help by using a machine, which brings people to another worlds. It can close a time circle and turn back time when the dead person was still alive and it is possible to change the situation and prevent the death. But there is a side effect of an immersion with the machine. In this process the person grows old very quickly. ...

UNESCO Forum: New urban spaces and creativity

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The theme of the second round table is: New urban spaces and creativity.Cities play a vital role in harnessing creativity for economic and social development. Policy makers and government agencies are increasingly taking account of cultural creativity when planning economic policy and of the role culture can play in urban renewal. This session will explore the issues of how to preserve the ecological balance and social identity of urban communities, embedded in natural, cul...

UNESCO Forum Balkan Visions: Creativity For The Future In South - East Europe in the frame of 16th Sofia IFF

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UNESCO Forum Balkan Visions: Creativity For The Future In South - East Europe with the support of Sofia Municipality,will include three round tables with themes on cinema, artistic creativity in the city and visual art innovations. The event is part of the new global initiative entitled “Culture: a Bridge to Development”, launched by the Director-General of UNESCO, Mrs Irina Bokova. This Forum seeks to sketch a portrait of the South-East European region through the lens o...

Harnessing The Creative

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What is creativity and how can it be cultivated and enhanced? This was the provocative set of questions at the heart of the Advancing Creative Thinking: Imagination To Innovation conference held in Ridgefield, CT this past weekend. The 2-day event, co-presented by the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Ridgfield Library and the Ridgefield Arts Council, brought together a truly eclectic set of speakers to explore the prism of creativity and its pragmatic use from the perspecti...

Alan Arrivée Workshop at ÉCU 2012

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Alan Arrivée Have you ever had an incredible dream that’s so vivid its practically begging to be turned into a film? Well, Alan Arrivée, a filmmaker and writer is here to help! Best known for the film “Silent Radio” in which he wrote, directed and produced, Arrivée will discuss why we actually believe in our most outlandish dreams while we are dreaming? How is it that the fantastical, unrealistic nature of dreams doesn’t startle us out of our sleep? ...

Live Your Dream

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The theme for this year's I Will Tell film festival is an exciting and scary one. Living Your Dreams takes us a notch above Dreaming the Dream and stretches us to be more specific about the dream for our lives rather than the make-believe fairy tale that is often shoved down our throats from a variety of otherwise well-meaning individuals and organisations. Living the dream means being prepared to sacrifice time, money, relationships, sometimes reputation and respectability. Living y...

Michael J. Hein founder of the New York City Horror Film Fest passed a&way

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We at filmfestivals.com join Michael's family to express the sadness of this news and express our condoleances to his family. Rest in peace Michael Bruno Chatelin. "It is with great sadness that the New York City Horror Film Festival will be cancelled this year due to the untimely passing of our founder, director and brother Michael J. Hein.We are going to do all we can to keep the Festival going in Michael's honor, unfortunately it is just too soon to have it the way he would have wanted it.W...

G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition – The Results

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We are delighted to announce that the winner of the second annual G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2011, and a prize of €5,000 and a G-SPEED Q drive, is Amateur Film Entry, 'We Miss You' by student filmmakers Steffen Wilhelm (Producer), Sebastian Bandel (Producer), and Hanna Maria Heidrich (Director). The judges favourite, their short film embodies the creative spirit of the competition, focusing on the relationship between humans and nature by asking: What if nature misses us or do...

G-Technology Driven Creativity 2011

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Grand prize of €5,000 up for grabs in the G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2011 Entry closes on 31st August and is free! Open to talented professional and non-professional filmmakers, entrants will have the chance for their hard work and creative ambitions to be recognised and rewarded. Winners and runners-up will be awarded stylish G-Technology external hard drives and the overall winner will receive €5,000 – all to further drive their creativity. ...

6th European Psychoanalytic Film Festival Focuses on Migration Across National And Mental States

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Under the title Border-Crossing: Migration Across National and Mental States, the 6th Psychoanalytic Film Festival (epff6) will present an impressive programme of European film. The Festival, which is organised by The Institute of Psychoanalysis and takes place from 3-6 November 2011, will feature films from 10 different countries, many of which have never been shown before in the UK. They will be discussed by the filmmakers themselves with psychoanalysts and film scholars. The programme ...

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Driven Creativity Awards

Scott, festival president attended G-Tech's Driven Creativity Competition awards ceremony in London on the 16th of Nov. Want to find out, who was the winner? Then check out the video!

Common Ground from Asia Pacific Screen Awards

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Common Ground is a collaborative project established between the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, and Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific. Both organisations believe that creativity has the power to shape a positive future for the Asia-Pacific and are committed to programs that create opportunity to promote and celebrate the creative process. Common Ground has been created to provide an open opportunity for individuals across Asia-Pacific to submit self-produced, self-funded film or photography...

Writers Boot Camp Kicks butt in a creative way

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Writers Boot Camp Kicksbutt in a creative way Ihad met Jeffrey Gordon and Mitch Rubman at their NATPE LATV seminar and eventhough I knew that they have been around for 21 years and have an incredibletrack record for writers, I was even more impressed after listening to Jeff’spresentation on TV Spec scripts and pilots. I felt that it was very importantto share their knowledge. Jeff just plugs you right into the here and now andwants your script to be a winner. He just lays in the groundwork an...

Glamrock City: A Love Story

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A thrilling tale of the femme fatale, "ART ET DECES aka Glamrock City," written and directed by Christophe Kourdouly and Stéphane Jauny, screened at the Marche on May 19th. Produced by Antetime Production, the film is of two girls who in search of inspiration kill men to capture their last breath of life and create Art from Death for their next painting exhibition.  The film showed great emotion and an intriguing plot line that keeps your attention.  In a twist, the directors list...

…a poetry of moments…desires…laughters…sorrow…

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Everyone should have a dream……… But is that dream what they really want??? Patralekha, Rupam, Armaan, Arijit and Swapno… five friends… all fed up with the monotony of city life… set off on a journey to escape from this reality… the reality of their daily lives… a reality which has become their nightmare… They look for refuge and peace in a place called Labongi. Labongi, they believe, is the haven of their dreams… and that’s what they do there… try to live out their dreams… Five people… each with a different perception of sexuality and relationships… Their lives… their dreams… and their reality……

SFIFF: 1000 Journals

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 Documentary 1000 Journals showed at the San Francisco International Film Festival this week.  Director Andrea Kreuzhage and also the main subject of the film, Someguy, were in attendance for a Q and A after a screening Wednesday.  1000 Journals is the directing debut for Kreuzhage, who has worked in the film industry since 1986 with companies Beyond Films and Sony Classics, on films like Strictly Ballroom (1992) and Bookies (2003), to name a few. In the summer of 2000, a man living in San Fr...

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"Un certain regard" N°3

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Today I have been again to the office of "Un certain regard" because there are a lot of different people who has different mission who work over there. So this day, I met Julia. She is a student like me, in the school called EFAP in Lille. Although she arrived just one week ago she got important responsabilities. She is the assistant of the director, Genevieve Pons Cailloux. She starts her day at 9:30 am to end it at 6:30 pm. But at the evening she can also give sits to people who have invitatio...

Cinema on the Couch film series

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“Cinema on the Couch”, the free film series portion of the 2 month activities festival FREUDFEST, is a small but substantial film series jointly presented by the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, and the Jewish Community Center San Francisco (JCCSF). A celebration of the 150th birthday of the Father of Psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, FreudFest extends from March 21 to May 21, holding lectures, workshops and screenings weekly to biweekly basis until the climactic closing events on May 21. Th...
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