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Films Boutique brings stories about life, death and dreams to Cannes

Films Boutique brings stories about life, death and dreams to Cannes

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

Aet Laigu

Interview: Aet Laigu

Producers on the Move – Estonia

Estonian producer Aet Laigu is most commonly seen paired with director Kadri Kõussar, and the two have teamed up yet again for the film Mother  

06/05

Dagnė Vildžiūnaitė

Interview: Dagnė Vildžiūnaitė

Producers on the Move 2016 - Lithuania

Having produced one of Lithaunia's most visible films last year, Master and Tatyana, Lithuanian prouducer Dagnė Vildžiūnaitė is getting ready to be a Producer on the Move  

06/05

Undine Filter

Interview: Undine Filter

Producers on the Move 2016 - Germany

Undine Filter, a producer at the Berlin-based production company Departures Film, supports writers and directors as they turn their vision into reality  

06/05

Principal photography for Darling gets under way

Principal photography for Darling gets under way

Danica Curcic and Gustaf Skarsgård star in Danish director Birgitte Stærmose’s ballet drama, now shooting in Sweden and Denmark  

06/05 | Production | Denmark

The Yellow Affair set to market Girls Lost at Cannes

The Yellow Affair set to market Girls Lost at Cannes

The Swedish-Finnish international sales agency will bring seven new movies to the Film Market at Cannes, including award-winning Finnish director Aleksi Salmenperä’s The Mine  

06/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Nordic countries

Joël Jent

Interview: Joël Jent

Producers on the Move 2016 - Switzerland

Swiss director Joël Jent has produced several documentary and fiction projects including Samir's Iraqi Odyssey and is currently working on the director's next film, Baghdad In My Shadow  

06/05

Women filmmakers Cut Out of the Picture

Women filmmakers Cut Out of the Picture

Just 13.6% of working film directors in a decade were women  

06/05 | Industry | UK

Green Film Shooting: Ecologically-friendly alternatives

Green Film Shooting: Ecologically-friendly alternatives

Ecoprod Charter members present their sustainable solutions for Film/ TV  

06/05

German movies rush the Cannes Film Market

German movies rush the Cannes Film Market

The organisation German Films will be presenting the “New German Films in Cannes” programme  

06/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Germany

Films Boutique brings stories about life, death and dreams to Cannes

Films Boutique brings stories about life, death and dreams to Cannes

The Berlin-based international sales agent has a very strong line-up for the imminent Cannes Film Festival  

06/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Germany

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

On Monday the Brussels Region officially presented its new audiovisual support platform, Screen.brussels  

04/05 | Institutions | Belgium

Milan Stojanović

Interview: Milan Stojanović

Producers on the Move 2016 - Serbia

Serbian producer Milan Stojanović broke out internationally with Barbarians, and is now preparing The Users, The Forbidden Aunt and Classroom Rascals  

04/05

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

Gianmarco Tognazzi plays a businessman without scruples aiming to secure a contract worth millions in this black comedy directed by Giorgio Amato, which hits Italian cinemas on 5 May  

04/05 | Films | Italy

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

The Barcelona International Auteur Film Festival awards the Talents prize to the documentary by Andrés Duque on Russian musician Karavaichuk  

03/05 | Festivals | Spain

Donato Rotunno • Director

Interview: Donato Rotunno • Director

Interview

Luxembourgish director and producer Donato Rotunno presented his Baby(a)lone at the Lecce European Film Festival, a film that excited audiences of the festival  

10/04

Catharine Des Forges • Director, Independent Cinema Office

Interview: Catharine Des Forges • Director, Independent Cinema Office

"Being business minded will enable you to be creative"

Independent Cinema Office director Catharine Des Forges talks to Cineuropa about the exhibition sector's challenges and opportunities  

04/05

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects

65 projects chosen for MeetMarket, 25 for Alternate Realities  

04/05 | Industry | UK

Camille Neel  • Exporter

Interview: Camille Neel • Exporter

"Purchases are made based on the intrinsic marketing of the film"

The trump cards of the line-up for Cannes and decoding market trends with Camille Neel, director of international sales at Le Pacte  

04/05

My Life as a Courgette and In Bed With Victoria for Indie Sales

My Life as a Courgette and In Bed With Victoria for Indie Sales

Heading up the line-up is Claude Barras’ animated film, which has been chosen for Directors’ Fortnight, and Justine Triet’s feature, which will open Critics’ Week  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Børning 2 will run on ice for Sweden’s SF International

Børning 2 will run on ice for Sweden’s SF International

The Swedish major’s sales agent will promote new films by Hallvard Bræin, Rasmus A Sivertsen, Helena Bergström and Catti Edfeldt and Lena Hanno Clyne at Cannes  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Nordic countries

Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

New films by Norwegian director Mikkel B Sandemose and Danish director Peter Schønau Fog are the latest additions to the Danish company’s 2016 line-up  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Nordic countries

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

With Slack Bay by Bruno Dumont and Le Client by Asghar Farhadi in competition, this year’s Film Market looks very promising  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Standing out in the Cannes line-up for the Parisian sales company is the debut feature by Shahrbanoo Sadat, which has been selected for Directors’ Fortnight  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

EU gross box office reached a record high of around €7.3 billion in 2015, and film production rose again to over 1,600 feature films  

04/05

TVCO backing the thriller Ghost Mountaineer

TVCO backing the thriller Ghost Mountaineer

The Roman company led by Vincenzo Mosca is selling the debut feature film by Estonian director Urmas Eero Liiv, along with The Son by Federico Cruciani and Bagnoli Jungle by Antonio Capuano  

03/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Italy

EFA submission
WTW Invisible Boy
Swiss Films Cannes

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