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16th Third Eye Asian Film Festival: VI

16th Third Eye Asian Film Festival: VI Three Marathi films are the focus of today’s post: Nati Khel, Nadi Vahate and Copy. They were shown as part of a package at that consisted of as many as eight films, the maximum in any language from any Indian language. TEAFF is organised by the Asian Film Foundation and P.L. Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy, and co-organised by Prabhat Chitra Mandal and Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Chitrapat Mahamandal. It is supported by Department of Culture, Gover...

New York: Wild Film Festival 2015

Celebrating wilderness and adventure, the festival was staged for a packed audience in the New York’s Explorers Club from January 29 – 31, selecting 21 award winning productions and finalists originating in 27 countries from more than 200 submissions. As the Polar Film Festival held in the same venue last November, the films chosen were characterized by outstanding cinematography and had a clear tendency towards action oriented advocacy documentaries. Introductions to the film...

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 5TH SF GREEN FILM FEST

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  5th San Francisco Green Film Festival May 28 - June 3, 2015   Make your environmental film part of the Bay Area’s leading festival for films & discussions about people and the planet.     Submit your film online or download the form now at:   http://greenfilmfest.org/submit   DEADLINES   Early Bird: December 12, 2014 Regular: January 9, 2015 Late: January 16, 2015 ...

International Green Culture Festival "Green Fest"

 

International Green Culture Festival GREEN FEST is an inclusive event, dedicated to ecological and environmental issues, which, with the use of educational and artistic programs, activities and products aims to enhance the culture of living in accordance with “green” values. 

Belgrade’s GREEN FEST is a unique event in the region of South East Europe that binds environmental and cultural activities through film screenings, workshops, lectures, debates, exhibitions and innovations which are shaping this festival into the form that connects and brings together people of all professions and ages. 

Program of Festival is divided on three parts:  
GREEN SCREEN – International environmental film program,
GREEN FIELD – International education program
GREEN SQUARE – International exhibition program

Festival organizer: ENVIRONMENT IMPROVEMENT CENTRE 

 

International Green Culture Festival GREEN FEST is an inclusive event, dedicated to ecological and environmental issues, which, with the use of educational and artistic programs, activities and products aims to enhance the culture of living in accordance with “green” values. 

 

Belgrade’s GREEN FEST is a unique event in the region of South East Europe that binds environmental and cultural activities through film screenings, workshops, lectures, debates, exhibitions and innovations which are shaping this festival into the form that connects and brings together people of all professions and ages. 

 

Program of Festival is divided on three parts:  
GREEN SCREEN – International environmental film program,
GREEN FIELD – International education program
GREEN SQUARE – International exhibition program

 

 

Festival organizer: ENVIRONMENT IMPROVEMENT CENTRE 
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CALL FOR ENTRIES: 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival

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CALL FOR ENTRIES 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival May 29 - June 4, 2014 Be part of San Francisco’s leading festival for films and discussions about people and the planet. The festival is open to new or established filmmakers from anywhere in the world. There are no restrictions on length or genre. Youth filmmakers submit for free! DEADLINES Early: December 13, 2013 Regular: January 10, 2014 Final: January 17, 2014 Submit online or download an entry form at sfgr...

San Francisco Green Film Festival

Join us for the 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival, May 29-June 4, 2014 – the West Coast’s leading destination for groundbreaking and compelling films on the urgent environmental issues of our time.

The 2014 festival will present 50 new films from around the globe, with over 70 visiting filmmakers and guest speakers who will cover urgent environmental topics including energy, food, housing, wildlife, water, trash, and art in the environment. The festival will also feature special events, discussion panels, workshops, and educational programs, inviting festival attendees to get involved and take action with environmental causes important to them. For further information, please visit: sfgreenfilmfest.org.

EKOTOPFILM

EkoTopFilm is about new technologies, science, research, environment and ecology. This is sustainable development.

 

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

THE OLDEST FESTIVAL OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD

40 years! How many festivals have such a long history?

Ekotopfilm has welcomed over million visitors.

 

THE BIGGEST FESTIVAL OF ITS KIND IN SLOVAKIA

We are the biggest festival in Slovakia with over 72 000 visitors each year.

 

NATIONWIDE AND ALL-YEAR FESTIVAL

Ekotopfilm is held during whole year and travels through selected Slovak regional towns.

 

UNIQUE EVENT

The Festival is a unique blend of private, public and third sector.

Since the establishment of the Slovak Republic 13 Ministries have been its main

and professional guarantors. Such a connecting platform of private, public and third sector

is unique, respected and appreciated worldwide. The Festival is traditionally held

under the auspices of the Slovak President.

Grand prix of the Festival is the Prize of the Slovak Government

TRADITION OF SUCCESSFUL INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

More than 5 000 partners in 68 countries. Amongst permanent partners are UNO, UNEP, UNESCO,

IAEE, European Council and others.

Ekotopfilm receives invitations to many international events and organizes multi-day

international screenings in Vienna, Prague, Warsaw and Budapest.

MESSAGE AND PHILOSOPHY

Since 1974 application of “SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES“,

which were officially declared at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992

GREEN FEST - CALL FOR ENTRIES

GREEN FEST OPENED CALL FOR ENTRIES    Short and amateur environmental film authors from around the world can apply from June 24th until October 11th for screening on 4th  International Green Culture Festival "GREEN FEST". Festival is being held under the slogan "Four colours of Green" from November 13th -  15th 2013 in Dom omladine Beograd, Serbia. The list of the selected films will be announced on official web page of the festival -   www.g...

ESFF SELECTION FILMS 2011

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FILM SELECTION 2011 FICTIONS Europolis by Cornel Gheorghita (102m, Romania) Soul Boy by Hawa Essuman Tom Tykwer - Supervising Director (60m, Germany/Kenya) SHORT FILMS Enfant de Yak by Christophe Boula (26m, France) 8 by Acim Vasic (10m, Switzerland, Serbia/Montenegro) Spiral by Taichi Kimura (12m, United Kingdom) Rita by Antonio Piazza, Fabio Grassadonia (19m, Italy) Bird by Petr Stupin (30m, Russian Federation) ANIMATION Mei Ling by Francois Leroy, Stephanie Lansaque (...

Vegetarialized

Director: Daniel Ronnstam.
This videowork experiments with facial size and color manipulation together with a collage of old footage showing Hitler and Charlie Chaplin. The work clarifies a serious environmental issue.

Vegetarialized

This videowork experiments with facialsize and color manipulation together with a collage of old footage showingHitler and Charlie Chaplin. The work clarifies a serious environmental issue.

The European Independent Film Festival

The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) continues its commitment of being at the centre of discovery, promotion and projection of the very best independent filmmaking talent from around the world.

ÉCU will showcase films that demonstrate quality, innovation and independence in both form and content. There are fifteen categories of films in this highly esteemed competitive festival ranging including features, shorts, documentaries, animation and student films.

While ÉCU’s goal is to bring worldwide attention to European independent filmmakers, there are also four foreign categories open to independent filmmakers from the Americas, Africa and Asia.

The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) has established itself as a fantastic arena for independent filmmakers from around the world to screen their films to large audiences made up of a cinema-loving public who are seeking alternatives to the offerings of major studios, as well as to agents, talent scouts, production company representatives, distributors and established producers looking for new projects and raw talent. Of course several hundred independent filmmakers from around the world will be in Paris to participate in the ÉCU.

-Scott Hillier, President of The European Independent Film Festival.

The fateful encounter of Wendy and Earl

Wendy, an ecologically friendly girl, enjoys sailing paper boats under a gentle summer breeze. Earl, a gas guzzling spoiled brat, enjoys burning up the ozone revving up his oil powered model speedboat. One fateful sunny morning they met at the Central Park model boat pool. The outcome was explosive.

Interview With Rob Stewart

Sunday, November 12-----When nature photographer and master diver Rob Stewart began his project to document the beauty of sharks in their natural underwater environment, little did he realize that his innate fascination would bring him into conflict with governments and organized crime who profit from the mass killing of these endangered animals. With shark fins prized as a delicacy and shark cartilage falsely promoted as a cure-all for disease and impotence, the illegal killing of sharks arou...
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