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Vía Tango

Director: Adriana Navarro Álvarez.
Vía Tango is an exciting way on a train of fantasy, in which the inspector falls in love with a passenger.During the journey, he tries to seduce her helped by the rhythm of tango, but to his surprised, another woman also wants to court him.The train becomes a dance floor, resulting from the overflowing imagination of the inspector, where everyone dances and dreams.

‘Ecotopia’ Wins The ‘Best Film Award’ in Ankara

23rd Ankara International Film Festival winners are  announced with a closing ceremony at MEB Sura in Ankara. ‘Ecotopia’ by Yüksel Aksu was crowned with the ‘Best Film Award’ in National Feature Film Competition category. The jurors, Prof. Sami Sekeroğlu, Osman Şahin, Çiğdem Vitrinel, Cüneyt Cebenoyan  and Doğan Sarıgüzel also determined  the winners of the following categories; Best Film ECOTOPIA - ‘Entelköy Efeköy’e Karşı’ – Yüksel Aksu ...

RIFF 2011 awards and coverage

A cozy situation in the president of Iceland's house... President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, Bela Tarr, IndieWire's Alena and the beautiful house pet :-) photo by Vanessa McMahon

Bela Tarr and president of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson

Legendary Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr receives Lifetime Achievement Award in Reykjavik during RIFF, 2011. Film press, filmmakers, civilians and politicians gathered to celebrate the event. In this photo, Bela Tarr and president of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.  photo by Vanessa McMahon 

Bela Tarr and president of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson

Legendary Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr receives Lifetime Achievement Award in Reykjavik during RIFF, 2011. Film press, filmmakers, civilians and politicians gathered to celebrate the event. In this photo, Bela Tarr and president of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.  photo by Vanessa McMahon 

President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson

The president of Iceland and me :-) During RIFF, press, filmmakers, civilians and politicians came together to celebrate film in Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson's (the president of Iceland) house where the legendary Hungarian director Bela Tarr received a lifetime achievement award from the people of Iceland. photo by Vanessa McMahon 


Director: José Pedro Lopes.
A man wakes up with a bag in his head and a rope around his neck. He is standing on a chair in a very dangerous position, where a big movement would leave him hanged. Left alone in a basement, what will he do to survive?

CANADIAN CITY TO NAME STREET AFTER RAJ KAPOOR, Toronto filmfest to host tribute to kapoor clan

 In a welcome gesture to Indian Cinema, the City of Brampton in Ontario, Canada,  will name a street after the ultimate Showman – the late Raj Kapoor. Introducing a new street into the infrastructure of the city, when constructed it will be named, the ‘Raj Kapoor Crescent’.  The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will host a tribute to the patriarch of the Kapoor clan,  Raj Kapoor. Titled, ‘Raj Kapoor and the Golden Age of Indian Cinema’ the festival will run for six ...

Joao Nuno Pinto: The sea remains a symbol of hope

Joao Nuno Pinto As in Antonio Lobo Antunes’ novel South Of Nowhere (Os Cus de Judas, 1979), a novel, telling the story about the war in Angola, but being actually a story about Portugal, in the first feature film of the young Portuguese director Joao Nuno Pinto the story is about immigrants, but the subject is again Portugal. Joao Nuno Pinto was born in 1969 in Mozambique and his family, being Portuguese, immigrated to Portugal as refugees during another post-colonial war in Afric...


Director: Jaryl Lim and Kew Lin.
It is the near future and a shocking incident with a water catchment area has left thousands dead. The cause: a waterborne virus that could possibly spread across the globe in a matter of weeks. The government enlists the help of trained professionals to seek out and inspect all water sources across the nation for signs of contamination. The protagonist is simply one of the many agents working on the case. Just another day at work for him, however, turns into a decision that could change the course of history.

The Line (2010)

Director: José Pedro Lopes.
On a remote road, two friends try out a magic chalk that was bought online. According to the site, if someone crosses a line drawn with that chalk, his head explodes. They draw a line and wait for someone to come by... but are they ready to face the consequences if this turns out to be true?

Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2010 gets under way

The 10th Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) got underway today and will screen some 62 films from 35 different countries before closing on Monday. The opening ceremony was not attended by any celebrities; there were no film stars and only a handful of dignitaries. Instead of champagne and canapés, there was tea and biscuits.  “ We thought of inviting the President, but we weren’t sure if we could handle the cavalcade that would follow,” said the Festival Di...

Underground Superstarz

Director: Balázs Iván.

John C. Reilly and Philippe Parreno to attend the Festival del film Locarno

On Saturday 7 August, Locarno's Piazza Grande will stage the European premiere of Cyrus by Jay and Mark Duplass (The Puffy Chair, Baghead). This comedy about love and family set in contemporary Los Angeles stars John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill, Marisa Tomei and Catherine Keener, and is produced by Michael Costigan and executive produced by Tony and Ridley Scott. The Piazza Grande screening will be attended by John C. Reilly and the filmmakers. The 63rd Locarno Festival will also pay ...

Tarantino will preside over a special presentation of POSSE at Santa Barbara Festival

Academy Award-winning writer/director/producer/actor Quentin Tarantino will preside over a special presentation of POSSE, the feature film starring Kirk Douglas, Bruce Dern, Bo Hopkins, James Stacy and David Canary on Sunday, February 7 at 1:30 pm at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara.  Douglas also directed the film.  Following the screening, Tarantino will moderate a Q&A session with Douglas for the audience. Posse was released in 1975. Douglas starred as Howard Night...


Madrid, a young Colombian woman consults a priestess on its future, this tells you which should help seven strangers, in very different ways, so that your life is heading, though they share without knowing the same place and same time. These seven different stories speak of love, pain, friendship, envy and hatred of ways. The screenplay is based on poems by Adan Quiroga. The film will open in 2010. Madrid; una joven colombiana consulta a una santera sobre su futuro, ésta le dice que deberá ayudar a siete extraños, de formas muy distintas, para que su vida se encamine aunque todos comparten, sin saberlo, un mismo espacio y un mismo momento. Estas siete historias diferentes hablan del amor, el dolor, la amistad, la envidia y el odio de distintas maneras. El guión está basado en poemas de Adan Quiroga.

Bullet and Pen

Director: Mustafa Unlu.
One Portrait, Two Countries, Three Lives: The Life Story of Author Osman Necmi Gürmen Even starting from his familial roots, Turkish author Osman Necmi Gürmen lived caught between the two poles of East and West throughout every phase of his life. From a childhood in the environment of the Ottoman palatial court to a youth in the ruins of post-War Paris which remains one of the primary centers of Western knowledge and lifestyle; the remarkable course of Osman Necmi Gürmen’s life then took him to the extremely arduous conditions of tribal life in a village in Eastern Anatolia, where he found himself drawn into the middle of a bloody struggle for power. His life was defined by an aristocracy caught between the East and the West, a Western bourgeoisie reborn from its own ashes, and a feudal lifestyle that remained unchanged for centuries despite the ideals of the young Republic. He was not an “outsider” in any of these environments; he attempted to fulfil the social requirements and became a proprietor of each. Osman Necmi Gürmen is a man of letters who writes novels in French in France; he was also a feudal lord who was at the heart of a tribal battle for power in Siverek; he was one of the handful of intellectuals who founded a haven in Bodrum for what was to become one of the most important retreats for the petit bourgeoisie of the Turkish Republic after the 1960’s; and he is also an author who writes in Turkish, drawing inspiration from his own life and the extreme moments of Turkish history.

International Film Festival Of Szolnok, Hungary

We organize the 9th competitive film festival this year. We expect film entries made after January 2006, and present, (re)interpret pieces of art by means of cinematic methods or deal with the life or certain stages of one or more artists art groups.


EMERGEANDSEE promotes creative videos, films and animations of student and young filmmakers. At the Yet Another Media Conference we discuss the mechanisms of Adapted/Adopted Images. Join us in Berlin, we help you with accommodation search!

Italian-american Short Film Night

A festival promoting non-stereotypical images of the Italian-American experience and the work of emerging Italian-American actors, writers, and directors.

Archived festival (terminated)

Miami Latin Film Festival

To promote Spanish language films and increase the awareness of Hispanic cultures among Hispanics and other community members.

In Bruges by Martin McDonagh: Festival Film of the year Nominee

In Bruges by Martin McDonagh Directed by: Martin Mc Donagh Written by: Martin Mc Donagh Produced by: Graham Broadbent, Peter Czernin Cast: Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Ralph Fiennes, Clemence Poesy   Synopsis: Mr. McDonagh makes his feature directorial debut on the film, from his own original screenplay. His plays (which include The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Pillowman) have brought him two Olivier Awards and four Tony Award nominations. He wrote and directe...

Scarlet Jo and Natalie Po a fectching but misplaced pair in the other Boleyn Girl

The final class production of the fest, "The Other Boleyn Girl", (Non competition) an opulent costume drama set at the court of the most famous of all British Kings, Henry VIII, (who reigned from 1509 – 1547) has echoes reminiscent of the Golden Age of Hollywood when the likes of eminently upper crust Englishmen such as George Sanders played sneering Nazi officers, and flamboyant Australians like Errol Flynn portrayed gunslingers in Dodge City --and never mind the displaced accents! In this g...