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CASHBACK: A Summer Indie Sleeper Hit?

 Monday, July 11--------Magnolia Pictures, one of the most adventurous distributors working in the trenches of independent film, will release the UK film CASHBACK in a platform release starting July 20th in San Francisco (Lumiere Theatre), Denver (Starz Filmcenter), Washington DC (E Street Cinema), Chicago (Century Centre Cinema), Minneapolis (Lagoon Cinema), New York (Quad Cinemas), Philadelphia (Ritz 5 Movies) and Seattle (Varsity Theatre). The film has been making waves on the film festiva...

Eight Dramatic Features In Competition

  Monday, March 19-----Eight dramatic features are competing for  the Jury Prizes at the 10th Bermuda International Film Festival, which began on Friday evening. The dramatic features are vying for the Mary-Jean Mitchell Green Award, which includes a cash prize of $5,000. The festival’s competition slots in the Best Narrative Feature category are restricted to first- and second-time feature directors.FRESH VISIONS – COMPETITION FEATURESCASHBACK (United Kingdom, director: Sean Ellis)Startin...

Black Book Bermuda opener

The Bermuda International Film Festival marks its tenth anniversary with a lineup that includes 85 films from 32 countries, including several award-winning entries from other fests. The BIFF opens Mar. 16 with Paul Verhoeven's recent best foreign language film Oscar shortlist entry "Black Book," and closes with Taika Waititi's comic love story from New Zealand, "Eagle vs. Shark." Carrie Fisher, Richard Dreyfuss and documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson are among the six jurors who will select...

FIKE 2005 awards Waverley as best fiction

FIKE 2005, the fifth edition of Évora International Short Film Festival has concluded with awards.This year's Festival screened 112 films screened at University of Évora Auditorium in the International Short Film Competition and parallel sessions.The Juries - composed by Florence Ayisi, Christina Zulauf, Ines Freitas, David Pope, Akram Farid, Fabrizio Ferrari, Fernando Galrito, Stenåke Hedström and Torbjørn Grav – selected the awarded films.AwardsBest FictionAwarded:Waverley (Waverley)Pie...

HypeFest awards winners

HypeFest, the unique festival that links independent ideas with commercial creativity, concluded its weekend-long screenings and festivities with an awards show and party sponsored by the Tucson Film Office. The festival took place July 30 - July 31 at CineSpace in Hollywood and showcased approximately 75 original short-subject works from filmmakers around the world."Every year we are energized and excited by the original content being produced by filmmakers of all backgrounds," says Jessie Nage...

Tribeca enters the Shorts aren

TRIBECA NEW YORK – Short film fest (April 19 – May 20)Low-cost production technologies, rapid increases in film school graduates, and the shift to a visually oriented consumer society has resulted in a significant increase of short and long feature films entered in film festivals. For the fourth edition of New York’s Tribeca Film Festival which ended on May 1st more than 1750 films were submitted in formats including, 35, 16, super 8, as well as 24 p, mini dv, and high definition cam. I...

Tribeca Film Festival Awards

The 2005 Tribeca Film Festival Awards Ceremony took place Saturday, April 30, at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center at BMCC. Awards were given for both narrative and documentary films, feature-length and shorts. And the winners are… BEST NARRATIVE FEATUREStolen Life (Sheng Si Jie) (China)Director: Li Shaohong NARRATIVE FEATURE SPECIAL MENTIONMy Brother’s Summer (L’estate di mio Fratello) (Italy)Director: Pietro Reggiani BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATUREEl Perro Negro: Stories from the Spanish Civ...


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