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I Called Him Morgan and Sámi Blood: two Swedish world premieres at Venice

I Called Him Morgan and Sámi Blood: two Swedish world premieres at Venice

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

Wenders, Malick, Kusturica and Piccioni in the running for the Golden Lion

Wenders, Malick, Kusturica and Piccioni in the running for the Golden Lion

Horizons: A showcase for budding directors

Horizons: A showcase for budding directors

The Open: Finding purpose in an age of extinction

The Open: Finding purpose in an age of extinction

Budding filmmaker Marc Lahore combines a post-apocalyptic world with a sports drama, creating an imaginative survivor’s tale  

29/07 | Films | France

Cessione Premium: Mediaset and Vivendi break up

Cessione Premium: Mediaset and Vivendi break up

The Italian group has rejected an alternative proposal by Vivendi and is threatening legal action. Bollorè: "We honour our contracts"  

29/07 | Industry | France/Italy

Italians on the Lido

Italians on the Lido

This year’s Venice Film Festival features three Italian films in competition, five out of competition, two in Horizons and three in the Cinema in the Garden section  

29/07 | Venice 2016 | Italy

Kad Merad heads up the cast of Rachid Hami’s La mélodie

Kad Merad heads up the cast of Rachid Hami’s La mélodie

With a supporting cast featuring Samir Guesmi and Renély, the director’s first feature is being produced by Mizar Films and will be sold by UGC  

29/07 | Production | France

Iceland competing for the first time at the Venice Film Festival

Iceland competing for the first time at the Venice Film Festival

Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson’s debut feature, Heartstone, and Danish documentary The War Show will screen in the Venice Days  

29/07 | Venice 2016 | Iceland/Denmark

They Call Me Jeeg comes out on top at L’Isola del Cinema

They Call Me Jeeg comes out on top at L’Isola del Cinema

The festival, which is being held on Tiber Island until 4 September, gave the Groupama Assicurazioni Award for Best First or Second Film to Mainetti’s film, which also won the Audience Award  

29/07 | Awards | Italy

Brimstone: A European western competes for the Golden Lion

Brimstone: A European western competes for the Golden Lion

Dakota Fanning and Guy Pearce star in Dutch director Martin Koolhoven’s first English-language feature  

29/07 | Venice 2016 | Netherlands

São Jorge: New “Horizons” for Marco Martins

São Jorge: New “Horizons” for Marco Martins

The Portuguese director is heading back to the Lido with the story of an unemployed boxer who takes a job in an agency specialising in tough debt collection; Nuno Lopes plays the lead  

29/07 | Venice 2016 | Portugal

Cineworld Group acquires Empire Cinemas

Cineworld Group acquires Empire Cinemas

Empire in turn buys Cineworld Haymarket  

29/07 | Exhibitors | UK/Ireland

I Called Him Morgan and Sámi Blood: two Swedish world premieres at Venice

I Called Him Morgan and Sámi Blood: two Swedish world premieres at Venice

After US avant-garde saxophonist Albert Ayler, Kasper Collin portrays US trumpeter Lee Morgan and his wife Helen, who killed him in 1972  

29/07 | Venice 2016 | Sweden

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

Poland is very well represented at Locarno

The film The Last Family by Jan P Matuszynski is one of the ten titles in the programme for the 69th Locarno Film Festival  

28/07 | Locarno 2016 | Poland

Wenders, Malick, Kusturica and Piccioni in the running for the Golden Lion

Wenders, Malick, Kusturica and Piccioni in the running for the Golden Lion

Directors with films in competition include Pablo Larraín, Stéphane Brizé, Tom Ford, Denis Villeneuve and François Ozon. Italy is represented by Roan Johnson, and Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Parenti  

28/07 | Venice 2016 | Competition

Horizons: A showcase for budding directors

Horizons: A showcase for budding directors

The line-up of the Venice section dedicated to new aesthetic and expressive trends has been unveiled  

28/07 | Venice 2016 | Horizons

Pinewood agrees takeover offer with Venus Grafton

Pinewood agrees takeover offer with Venus Grafton

The leading global studio space is valued at £323.3 million  

28/07 | Industry | UK

Great Spanish filmmakers to go head to head for San Sebastián’s Golden Shell

Great Spanish filmmakers to go head to head for San Sebastián’s Golden Shell

This morning, the national titles screening at the upcoming edition of the Basque festival were announced; they include the new efforts by Alberto Rodríguez and Jonás Trueba, both in competition  

28/07 | San Sebastián 2016

Artemio Benki, Silvia Gută  • Distributors, Belgica

Interview: Artemio Benki, Silvia Gută • Distributors, Belgica

Interview

At the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Cineuropa invited Artemio Benki and Silvia Guta to talk about how they distributed the Belgian-French production Belgica in the Czech Republic and Slovakia  

04/07

Principal photography set to begin for Léa Mysius’ Ava

Principal photography set to begin for Léa Mysius’ Ava

Produced by F Comme Film and Trois Brigands Productions, the director’s first feature will be distributed in France and sold internationally by Bac Films  

28/07 | Production | France

Baltasar Kormákur’s The Oath to be world-premiered at Toronto

Baltasar Kormákur’s The Oath to be world-premiered at Toronto

The director’s third entry in the festival is purely Icelandic, after his 2015 international co-production, Everest  

28/07 | Toronto 2016 | Iceland/Denmark

Ederly: More than just a cinematic conundrum

Ederly: More than just a cinematic conundrum

Polish filmmaker Piotr Dumala continues to hone his distinctive signature style and aesthetics in his sophomore feature  

27/07 | Festivals | Poland

That’s a wrap for Nakache and Toledano’s C’est la vie

That’s a wrap for Nakache and Toledano’s C’est la vie

The duo responsible for The Intouchables is set to finish principal photography for their sixth feature, an ensemble film produced by Quad Films and sold by Gaumont  

27/07 | Production | France

María y los demás to battle it out in the New Directors section of San Sebastián

María y los demás to battle it out in the New Directors section of San Sebastián

The eagerly awaited feature debut by Spaniard Nely Reguera will lock horns with 13 other first and second films, eight of which are also European  

26/07 | San Sebastián 2016

Emiliano Rocha Minter  • Director

Interview: Emiliano Rocha Minter • Director

"Imagination is always linked to reality"

Cineuropa sat down with Emiliano Rocha Minter, whose film We Are the Flesh is being presented at the Fantasia IFF, to discuss the title’s aesthetics and confrontational nature  

27/07

Magnus to open this year’s Nordisk Panorama in Malmö

Magnus to open this year’s Nordisk Panorama in Malmö

There are 50 entries in the official selection of the largest Scandinavian documentary film festival, which this year takes place from 16-21 September  

27/07 | Festivals | Sweden

Films galore from the UK and Ireland in the Toronto selection

Films galore from the UK and Ireland in the Toronto selection

World premieres include Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest and Jim Sheridan’s The Secret Scripture  

27/07 | Toronto 2016

Female creativity and new auteurs at the 13th edition of the Venice Days

Female creativity and new auteurs at the 13th edition of the Venice Days

In the running are Edoardo De Angelis and Marco Danieli. Today in Rome the three finalists for the LUX Prize were also announced: As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette and Toni Erdmann  

26/07 | Venice 2016 | Venice Days

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