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Phenom Film Fest

The Phenom Film Fest is being held in the Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana area. No stranger to filmmaking, the region has experienced a major boom in recent years, with numerous studios calling the region home. Since Louisiana offers one of the top tax incentive programs for filmmaking nationwide, it's no wonder it's been referred to as "Hollywood South."

While major film studios have used the locale to serve as the backdrop for numerous cities and countries worldwide, the Phenom Film Fest serves to draw interest, support and attention to independent filmmaking locally and internationally. The festival will show roughly 40-60 features and shorts while showcasing fun, interactive and innovative talk panels.

Movies that Matter Festival

 Movies that Matter Festival
The Movies that Matter Festival is a film festival on human rights and justice in The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice. Annually, the festival presents 70 documentaries and fictions by inspired film makers as well as various side-programmes, talkshows, debates, exhibitions. The festivals presents six awards with a total amount of money price of € 16,000.
The Movies that Matter Festival has two main sections. A Matter of ACT , a film, network and competition programme is Amnesty International's main programme: it consists of ten recent, captivating documentaries about the life and work of human rights defenders and their brave fight against injustice and oppression. Camera Justitia, the other main programme of the festival, sheds light on the many angles of the human rights and justice theme, using films and debates on transitional justice, careful administration of national and international justice, the rule of law and the fight against impunity.  

The next edition of the festival will take place between 20-26 March 2014. For more information please visit

Movies that Matter Foundation
is an initiative of Amnesty International Netherlands. The foundation opens people’s eyes for human rights and social justice. It uses film to promote the human rights dialogue, influence the public opinion and encourage people to stand up for human rights.
Besides the festival Movies that Matter organises various other human rights film events and activities including:
- educational programmes at schools and film theatres
- International support and promotion of human rights film screenings
- a human rights film programme within the annual International Documentary Festival Amsterdam / IDFA
- Movies that Matter Tour: monthly human rights films programme in +/-15 Dutch theatres.


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Pariscience - International science film festival

PARISCIENCE is a film festival which crosses science with cinema to shed light on the evolution of the various scientific disciplines and their impact on society.

Each year, the festival showcases the very best of French and international science-themed films. Many of the films had never been shown on French television.

The festival runs for 6 days in early October and is held at the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. It is organised by the Association Science & Télévision (AST), a collective of independent production companies working to promote science on television and developing relationships between the audiovisual sector and the scientific world   (

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"The War Within" Generates Controversy At Troia FF

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