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The future of European film in bloom at Premiers Plans

The future of European film in bloom at Premiers Plans

Finishing touches put to Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

Finishing touches put to Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

“The preciousness and beauty of our existence,” as seen by Roy Andersson

“The preciousness and beauty of our existence,” as seen by Roy Andersson

The Lazio Region sets aside €9 million for the production of Italian and foreign films

The Lazio Region sets aside €9 million for the production of Italian and foreign films

The British critics crown Toni Erdmann and Fire at Sea

The British critics crown Toni Erdmann and Fire at Sea

The 37th Critics' Circle Film Awards also saw victory for Ken Loach, Hungary’s Laszlo Nemes and the iconic Isabelle Huppert  

23/01 | Awards | UK

My Happy Family: "It’s never too late"

My Happy Family: "It’s never too late"

Duo Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross are back with a magnificent portrait of a woman in search of freedom, directed with subtle mastery  

23/01 | Sundance 2017

I Am Truly a Drop of Sun on Earth: A film that “simply” needs to exist

I Am Truly a Drop of Sun on Earth: A film that “simply” needs to exist

Elene Naveriani, a young Georgian director who trained in Switzerland, brings the Solothurn Film Festival a fascinating and radical first film  

23/01 | Solothurn 2017

Marian Crişan in development with Berliner

Marian Crişan in development with Berliner

The director intends to shoot his political feature in the spring of 2018  

23/01 | Production | Romania

Developing Your Film Festival programme finds Edinburgh home

Developing Your Film Festival programme finds Edinburgh home

Annual event moves from Motovun; Dagmar Forelle confirmed as first major speaker  

23/01 | Industry | UK

La maniobra de la tortuga to be made into a film

La maniobra de la tortuga to be made into a film

Juan Miguel del Castillo, who made his debut with Food and Shelter, will turn Benito Olmo’s novel of the same name into a thriller on the silver screen  

23/01 | Production | Spain

Tromsø gives its top prize to Anna Rose Holmer’s The Fits

Tromsø gives its top prize to Anna Rose Holmer’s The Fits

The US director’s feature debut won its 13th international award at Norway’s largest film festival, which is still unspooling 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle  

23/01 | Festivals | Norway

François Sauvagnargues • General Delegate of the FIPA

Interview: François Sauvagnargues • General Delegate of the FIPA

"A competition that gives everyone a boost"

Interview with François Sauvagnargues, the general delegate of the FIPA, the 30th edition of which will take place from 24 to 29 January in Biarritz  

23/01

Nae Caranfil • Director

Interview: Nae Caranfil • Director

"Every generation invents its own idiots"

Romanian director Nae Caranfil chats to us about 6.9 on the Richter Scale, his fresh comedy touching on the ever-thorny topic of political correctness  

19/01

Zentropa Spain preparing the shoot for El año de la plaga

Zentropa Spain preparing the shoot for El año de la plaga

Carlos Martín Ferrera will direct the film adaptation of Marc Pastor’s sci-fi novel of the same name, which will star Manuela Vellés and Iván Massagué as the pair of protagonists  

20/01 | Production | Spain

The future of European film in bloom at Premiers Plans

The future of European film in bloom at Premiers Plans

The crème de la crème of young European talent is featured on the line-up of the 29th edition of the Angers-based festival, unspooling from 20-29 January  

20/01 | Festivals | France

Finishing touches put to Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

Finishing touches put to Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

The main section of the world-famous German event will be hosting 22 world premieres this year  

20/01 | Berlin 2017 | Competition/Berlinale Special

TFL launches the FeatureLab

TFL launches the FeatureLab

TorinoFilmLab’s latest programme is aimed at screenwriters, directors and producers from all over the world working on first or second works in the advanced stages of development  

20/01 | Training | Italy

“The preciousness and beauty of our existence,” as seen by Roy Andersson

“The preciousness and beauty of our existence,” as seen by Roy Andersson

After his “Living Trilogy”, the award-winning Swedish director has been inspired by One Thousand and One Nights for About Endlessness, which will be ready in 2019  

20/01 | Production | Sweden

Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog to world-premiere at Rotterdam

Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog to world-premiere at Rotterdam

The 46th edition of the major Dutch event features a total of 39 German films and co-productions  

19/01 | Rotterdam 2017 | Germany

The Lazio Region sets aside €9 million for the production of Italian and foreign films

The Lazio Region sets aside €9 million for the production of Italian and foreign films

Applications for grants must be submitted online by 28 February 2017. On 24 January the portal for funding for audiovisual production start-ups also goes live  

19/01 | Funding | Italy

FIPA Industry: "Let’s reinvent TV!"

FIPA Industry: "Let’s reinvent TV!"

The professional section of the 30th International Festival of Audiovisual Programs will take place from 25 to 27 January in Biarritz  

19/01 | Festivals | France

Aisling Walsh’s Maudie to open Dublin

Aisling Walsh’s Maudie to open Dublin

John Butler’s Handsome Devil to close festival while Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire and Jim Sheridan’s The Secret Scripture will have gala screenings  

19/01 | Festivals | Ireland

Nine French (co-)productions in Berlin’s Forum

Nine French (co-)productions in Berlin’s Forum

The Berlinale’s parallel section will present films by Élise Girard, Neïl Beloufa, and Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor  

19/01 | Berlin 2017 | France

Jaime Rosales readying the shoot for Petra

Jaime Rosales readying the shoot for Petra

The movie will be the sixth feature by the director of Beautiful Youth, and will be toplined by Bárbara Lennie and Álex Brendemühl  

19/01 | Production | Spain/France/Denmark

13th Glasgow festival to kick off with John Butler’s Handsome Devil

13th Glasgow festival to kick off with John Butler’s Handsome Devil

Robert Mullan’s Mad to Be Normal to close festival  

19/01 | Festivals | UK

Marcus & Martinus has (almost) all bases covered

Marcus & Martinus has (almost) all bases covered

Norwegian director Daniel Fahre’s documentary on the music stars is the first film to be premiered in 99% of the country’s cinemas  

19/01 | Releases | Norway

43 films selected for the Berlinale Forum

43 films selected for the Berlinale Forum

The real and the surreal rub shoulders on this year’s programme for the Berlin Film Festival’s most exploratory section  

18/01 | Berlin 2017 | Forum

The documentary sidebar of the Berlin Panorama: from authoritarian regimes to electro

The documentary sidebar of the Berlin Panorama: from authoritarian regimes to electro

The section’s programme now has a full complement; this year, a Special Teddy will be presented to feminist director and producer Monika Treut  

18/01 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Dokumente

Italian films speak “of gods and men” at the Göteborg Film Festival

Italian films speak “of gods and men” at the Göteborg Film Festival

10 Italian titles, including co-productions, have been selected for this important Swedish festival, with the “Of Gods and Men” focus featuring Liberami and Worldly Girl  

18/01 | Göteborg 2017 | Italy

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