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Claire Barré wins the Grand Prix for Best Screenplay

Claire Barré wins the Grand Prix for Best Screenplay

Not just debut and second films: the seventh Torino Film Lab Meeting Event kicks off

Not just debut and second films: the seventh Torino Film Lab...

Ile-de-France backs Joann Sfar’s Petit Vampire

Ile-de-France backs Joann Sfar’s Petit Vampire

The big-league players return to Cinecittà

The big-league players return to Cinecittà

The European Film Commissions Network renews its board of directors

The European Film Commissions Network renews its board of directors

The association’s board of directors was renewed in Turin at the General Assembly  

27/11 | Institutions | Europe

Shoot to kick off soon for Elie Wajeman’s Les anarchistes

Shoot to kick off soon for Elie Wajeman’s Les anarchistes

Tahar Rahim and Adèle Exarchopoulos are toplining the film, staged by 24 Mai Production and set to be distributed by Mars  

27/11 | Production | France

Arte France Cinéma picks Ma loute by Bruno Dumont

Arte France Cinéma picks Ma loute by Bruno Dumont

The upcoming works by Stéphane Brizé, Mehmet Can Mertoglu and Whit Stillman will also be co-produced by the film arm of the Franco-German channel  

27/11 | Funding | France

Jonathan Glazer awarded Wellcome Trust/BFI Fellowship

Jonathan Glazer awarded Wellcome Trust/BFI Fellowship

Award worth £30,000 and provides access to research  

27/11 | Funding | UK

Waste Land and All Yours illustrate once more the diversity of Belgian cinema

Waste Land and All Yours illustrate once more the diversity of Belgian cinema

Today sees the release of two Belgian auteur films discovered in Belgium during the last Ghent Film Festival, as well as a prestigious co-production that looks set to impress  

26/11 | Releases | Belgium

Cristóbal Arteaga  • Director

Interview: Cristóbal Arteaga • Director

“Spain’s tax situation is a disgrace”

The Galicia-based Chilean filmmaker is presenting his as-yet-unseen debut film, Faro sin isla, in the Géneros Mutantes section of the Gijón Film Festival  

26/11

TFL Adapt Lab: adapting books… and adopting books

TFL Adapt Lab: adapting books… and adopting books

The Turin Film Lab books adaptation project this year goes from 8 to 12 projects  

26/11 | Production/Development | Italy

The Tbilisi Film Festival is all geared up for its 15th edition

The Tbilisi Film Festival is all geared up for its 15th edition

The film festival in the Georgian capital is about to begin  

25/11 | Festivals | Georgia

Giorgio Gosetti appointed head of the Casa del Cinema in Rome

Giorgio Gosetti appointed head of the Casa del Cinema in Rome

The founder of the Courmayeur Noir in Festival will replace Caterina D'Amico  

26/11 | People | Italy

Cédric Kahn to chair the Les Arcs jury

Cédric Kahn to chair the Les Arcs jury

The French director is one of the many well-known figures who will be making the trip to the ski resort for the sixth edition of the European Film Festival  

26/11 | Festivals | France

Can a magic potion alleviate the releases logjam?

Can a magic potion alleviate the releases logjam?

Launched by SND, the 3D animated film Asterix: The Land of the Gods dominates a cinematic landscape brimming with 19 new releases  

26/11 | Releases | France

Moldovan omnibus How Far Is Europe? pitched at Tallinn’s Baltic Event

Moldovan omnibus How Far Is Europe? pitched at Tallinn’s Baltic Event

The festival’s co-production market features a Focus on Moldova  

26/11 | Black Nights 2014

Irish Film Board explains new tax credit

Irish Film Board explains new tax credit

32% incentive comes into effect from 2015  

26/11 | Industry | Ireland

Fuego: open wounds

Fuego: open wounds

In his film, Luis Marías shines a spotlight on the victims of terrorism in order to strongly condemn violence and show that vengeance is not the solution to overcoming trauma  

25/11 | Gijón 2014

Claire Barré wins the Grand Prix for Best Screenplay

Claire Barré wins the Grand Prix for Best Screenplay

Une épouse idéale is a tale revolving around Oscar Wilde’s wife; the Special Prix goes to Frédéric Farrucci and Nicolas Journet, while the Junior Prize is awarded to Léa Mysius  

25/11 | Awards | France

Not just debut and second films: the seventh Torino Film Lab Meeting Event kicks off

Not just debut and second films: the seventh Torino Film Lab Meeting Event kicks off

Featuring among the projects presented as part of the Script & Pitch project, are new films by György Pálfi, Fien Troch and Matthias Luthardt, and fiction debuts by Pietro Marcello and Peter Krüger  

25/11 | Production/Development | Italy

Ile-de-France backs Joann Sfar’s Petit Vampire

Ile-de-France backs Joann Sfar’s Petit Vampire

Also featuring among the films selected are those by Christophe Honoré, Vincent Garenq, Emma Luchini, Thomas Desagnat and Lidia Terki  

25/11 | Funding | France

Pascal Diot appointed the new managing director of the Liège Image Centre

Pascal Diot appointed the new managing director of the Liège Image Centre

The Liège Image Centre, created in 2006, has its eye on becoming, under the management of Pascal Diot, an internationally renowned creative trans-media hub  

24/11 | Industry | Belgium

The 12th Sofia Meetings extends its call for applications

The 12th Sofia Meetings extends its call for applications

The event will take place from 12 to 15 March 2015 in the framework of the 19th Sofia International Film Festival  

24/11 | Industry | Bulgaria

Jorge Pelicano triumphs at the Caminhos do Cinema Português Festival

Jorge Pelicano triumphs at the Caminhos do Cinema Português Festival

Suddenly My Thoughts Halt, which was shot in a psychiatric institution, is the big winner at the gathering dedicated to national films  

24/11 | Festivals | Portugal

The big-league players return to Cinecittà

The big-league players return to Cinecittà

Thanks to broader tax incentives in accordance with the ArtBonus decree, Metro Goldwyn Mayer returns to Rome for the new James Bond by Sam Mendes and the remake of Ben Hur  

24/11 | Industry | Italy

Russia comes out on top at Camerimage

Russia comes out on top at Camerimage

Leviathan swipes the Grand Prix, while Krzysztof Skonieczny’s Hardkor Disko is victorious in the Polish section  

24/11 | Festivals | Poland

Blind snags the top prize at Cinessonne

Blind snags the top prize at Cinessonne

Norwegian director Eskil Vogt’s film has gone home with the Grand Prix, while Lose My Self, Corn Island, Eddie Marsan and Klaudia Dudova also feature on the list of award winners  

24/11 | Festivals | France

Michael Lennox enters A Patch of Fog

Michael Lennox enters A Patch of Fog

Stephen Graham, Conleth Hill, Arsher Ali and Ian McElhinney star  

24/11 | Production | UK

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