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I Am the People wins Best Documentary and Best Debut at Jihlava IDFF

I Am the People wins Best Documentary and Best Debut at...

Index Zero, the near present

Index Zero, the near present

The World Cinema Fund goes European

The World Cinema Fund goes European

Black Nights announces first competition titles

Black Nights announces first competition titles

Of Horses and Men picks up the Nordic Council Film Prize

Of Horses and Men picks up the Nordic Council Film Prize

Icelandic writer-director Benedikt Erlingsson's country romance about the human streak in the horse – and that of the horse in the human – is Iceland's first win  

30/10 | Awards | Nordic Countries

IFF Bratislava unveils its full line-up

IFF Bratislava unveils its full line-up

The International Film Festival Bratislava will bring award-winning films to the Slovakian capital  

30/10 | Festivals | Slovakia

The Franco-Italian Co-Production Committee selects 7 projects

The Franco-Italian Co-Production Committee selects 7 projects

3 Italian and 4 French projects, including new movies by Enzo D’Alò, Costanza Quatriglio and Duccio Chiarini  

30/10 | Financing | Italy/France

The shoot for Les deux amis is about to kick off

The shoot for Les deux amis is about to kick off

This will be Louis Garrel’s directorial feature debut, and he will also star in the title, alongside Golshifteh Farahani and Vincent Macaigne; production is handled by Les Films des Tournelles  

30/10 | Production | France

Andrea Arnold, Andrew Eaton to speak at Foyle’s From Shorts to Features conference

Andrea Arnold, Andrew Eaton to speak at Foyle’s From Shorts to Features conference

Testament of Youth, Electricity to bookend festival  

30/10 | Festivals | UK

Advance on receipts for De sas en sas by Rachida Brakni

Advance on receipts for De sas en sas by Rachida Brakni

The CNC will also be supporting the feature debuts by Gérard Pautonnier, Morgan Simon and Laurent Teyssier  

30/10 | Funding | France

Independent closes UK sale on  A Bollywoof Tale  ahead of AFM

Independent closes UK sale on A Bollywoof Tale ahead of AFM

Hyena, The Falling, Bill amongst other titles company is representing at market  

30/10 | Production | UK

Geoffrey Enthoven  • Director

Interview: Geoffrey Enthoven • Director

“I do not make entertainment for entertainment’s sake”

On the occasion of the international premiere of Halfway at Warsaw, Cineuropa sat down with its director, Geoffrey Enthoven  

30/10

EFA honours Agnès Varda

EFA honours Agnès Varda

The European Film Academy is presenting Agnès Varda with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding body of work  

30/10 | European Film Awards 2014

I Am the People wins Best Documentary and Best Debut at Jihlava IDFF

I Am the People wins Best Documentary and Best Debut at Jihlava IDFF

Four documentaries that are Czech Television co-productions scored highly at the 18th edition of the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival  

30/10 | Awards | Czech Republic

Al Williams  • Producers liaison & network coordinator, ACE

Interview: Al Williams • Producers liaison & network coordinator, ACE

"Italy is playing an important role within European cinema"

Co-producing in Europe has become more necessary as it has got more difficult to finance films through one country alone, says ACE producers liaison and network coordinator Al Williams  

29/10

Index Zero, the near present

Index Zero, the near present

Screened at the Rome Film Festival, young Lorenzo Sportiello’s debut is a sci-fi that touches on the pressing issues of immigration and biotechnology  

28/10 | Rome 2014 | Prospettive Italia

The World Cinema Fund goes European

The World Cinema Fund goes European

Creative Europe has greenlit support from the new WCF Europe for co-productions with European partners  

29/10 | Funding | Europe

Northern Wave, the festival at the end of the world

Northern Wave, the festival at the end of the world

The seventh edition of this one-of-a-kind festival took place from 17-19 October  

28/10 | Editorial

Black Nights announces first competition titles

Black Nights announces first competition titles

The Estonian festival has unveiled its first competitions since being accredited by FIAPF as a non-specialised competitive festival  

29/10 | Festivals | Estonia

Le Pacte pins its hopes on Wild Life and looks to the future

Le Pacte pins its hopes on Wild Life and looks to the future

Jean Labadie’s company is releasing Cédric Kahn’s film across 158 screens and boasts a very attractive line-up for the coming months  

29/10 | Releases | France

Europe heads south with the Seville European Film Festival

Europe heads south with the Seville European Film Festival

The gathering has unveiled its full programme, which includes everything from the most highly awarded titles from the European festival season to the most groundbreaking and unusual productions  

28/10 | Seville 2014

LevelK takes new films by Bukh and Thomas Jensen to the AFM

LevelK takes new films by Bukh and Thomas Jensen to the AFM

Anders Bukh’s feature debut, Encounters, should show that “we are also able to deliver sci-fi and horror”  

29/10 | Distribution | Denmark

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival to screen 19 possible Best Foreign-language Film contenders

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival to screen 19 possible Best Foreign-language Film contenders

The Estonian gathering will showcase a number of possible Oscar contenders for 2015  

28/10 | Festivals | Estonia

New Balkan hit Little Buddho set to conquer Croatia and Slovenia

New Balkan hit Little Buddho set to conquer Croatia and Slovenia

The Serbian-Slovenian-Bosnian co-production will be released in Croatia and Slovenia on 30 October  

28/10 | Releases | Balkan countries

Others Will Love the Things I Loved: a tribute to Bénard da Costa

Others Will Love the Things I Loved: a tribute to Bénard da Costa

Manuel Mozos has made a moving tribute to the iconic director of the Portuguese Film Museum, João Bénard da Costa  

28/10 | DocLisboa 2014

Biagio's choice

Biagio's choice

With his new film, in competition at the Rome Film Festival, Pasquale Scimeca tells the true story of a man who renounced all his wealth to live in nature and help those most in need  

24/10 | Rome 2014 | Cinema d’Oggi

General manager Lamberto Mancini resigns from the Rome Film Festival

General manager Lamberto Mancini resigns from the Rome Film Festival

Following the artistic director, the manager resigns. Mr. Mancini held this position since the spring of 2012, after 15 years of experience in the film industry with Cinecittà Studios and ANICA  

28/10 | People | Italy

Berlinale Talents main theme "2015: A Space Discovery"

Berlinale Talents main theme "2015: A Space Discovery"

Oscar winner Howard Shore confirmed as an expert  

28/10 | Berlinale 2015

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