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Ile-de-France supports Chocolat by Roschdy Zem

Ile-de-France supports Chocolat by Roschdy Zem

Nicolas Wadimoff’s Spartans bags the prestigious Solothurn Award

Nicolas Wadimoff’s Spartans bags the prestigious Solothurn Award

The Project of the Century: A heavyweight piece of South American new wave

The Project of the Century: A heavyweight piece of South...

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4 nominations for the Swiss Film Award

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4...

Petri Kemppinen  • CEO of the Nordisk Film and TV Fund

Interview: Petri Kemppinen • CEO of the Nordisk Film and TV Fund

"We have a responsibility as safe-keepers, but we also encourage evolution"

Cineuropa met up with Petri Kemppinen, CEO of the Nordisk Film and TV Fund since 2013, to discuss the current and future challenges for the institution  

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A public prosecutor investigates in A Grain of Truth

A public prosecutor investigates in A Grain of Truth

Today, Next Film is bringing out Borys Lankosz’s thriller in theatres; the movie is adapted from Zygmunt Miloszewski’s best-selling crime novel Entanglement  

30/01 | Releases | Poland

Alhaique, Riso, Seràgnoli and Sibilia among the nominees for the VI Mario Verdone Award

Alhaique, Riso, Seràgnoli and Sibilia among the nominees for the VI Mario Verdone Award

The prize will be awarded during the XVI European Film Festival in Lecce (13-18 April 2015)  

30/01 | Awards | Italy

Actor Raúl Arévalo will make his directing dream a reality with Agosto

Actor Raúl Arévalo will make his directing dream a reality with Agosto

Starring Antonio de la Torre and produced by Beatriz Bodegas (La Canica Films), this dramatic thriller will be filmed this summer between Madrid and Segovia  

30/01 | Production | Spain

Cast announced for TalentX

Cast announced for TalentX

Creative England launches a stellar line-up of industry professionals for TalentX, and heads to the Berlinale to promote the forum  

30/01 | Industry | Europe

The most powerful men and women in Swedish cinema

The most powerful men and women in Swedish cinema

In an anonymous vote, 100 participants in the seminar programme at the 38th Göteborg International Film Festival named the industry’s top decision makers  

30/01 | Göteborg 2015

Two Golden Bear hopefuls for Elle Driver

Two Golden Bear hopefuls for Elle Driver

Isabel Coixet’s Nobody Wants The Night and Benoît Jacquot’s Diary of a Chambermaid stand out on the agent’s slate  

30/01 | Berlin 2015 | Market/France

Key House Mirror: Life-affirming and thought-provoking

Key House Mirror: Life-affirming and thought-provoking

Michael Noer’s new movie is a multi-layered work that explores love and some deep issues surrounding old age  

30/01 | Göteborg 2015

Ile-de-France supports Chocolat by Roschdy Zem

Ile-de-France supports Chocolat by Roschdy Zem

Jacques Audiard, Stéphane Brizé, Eugène Green, Diane Kurys, Eric Gravel and Jean-Stéphane Bron are also among the selected directors  

30/01 | Funding | France

New initiatives for Scottish film talent revealed

New initiatives for Scottish film talent revealed

SFTN launches First Feature Development and Emerging Talent Shorts plans  

30/01 | Industry | UK

Portugal Film is born

Portugal Film is born

A new agency has been created to promote Portuguese cinema beyond the country’s borders  

30/01 | Industry | Portugal

Nicolas Wadimoff’s Spartans bags the prestigious Solothurn Award

Nicolas Wadimoff’s Spartans bags the prestigious Solothurn Award

The 50th edition of the Solothurn Film Festival has come to a close with the unveiling of the winners of the prestigious Solothurn Award and the Audience Award  

30/01 | Solothurn 2015 | Awards

The Solothurn Film Festival reflects on cinema as a collective art

The Solothurn Film Festival reflects on cinema as a collective art

Thanks to its Focus sidebar, the 50th edition of the Solothurn Film Festival launches the debate on a new way of looking at the cinematic creation  

29/01 | Solothurn 2015

The Project of the Century: A heavyweight piece of South American new wave

The Project of the Century: A heavyweight piece of South American new wave

Life after communism in Cuba is explored through a study of the country's first-ever nuclear power plant, which was never brought to completion  

30/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Competition

Good Things Await in Berlin’s Culinary Cinema

Good Things Await in Berlin’s Culinary Cinema

Phie Ambo’s documentary about an 80-year-old farmer will open the Berlinale’s Culinary Cinema; two Danish television series have also been selected  

30/01 | Berlin 2015 | Denmark

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4 nominations for the Swiss Film Award

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4 nominations for the Swiss Film Award

The list of participants for the prestigious Swiss Film Award has finally been announced at Nominations Night  

29/01 | Awards | Switzerland

Driften, a desperate race to break free from the ghosts of the past

Driften, a desperate race to break free from the ghosts of the past

The debut feature film by Swiss director Karim Patwa, in competition for the prestigious Solothurn Film Award, is a high-speed race towards an impossible redemption  

29/01 | Solothurn 2015

Teodora releases Wondrous Boccaccio by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

Teodora releases Wondrous Boccaccio by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

In the wake of the incredible success of Caesar Must Die, the two brothers will be back in theatres on 26 February with their new work based on The Decameron  

29/01 | Releases | Italy

Films Distribution heads to the EFM

Films Distribution heads to the EFM

Featuring on the company’s slate are The Summer of Sangaile in the Panorama, An Italian Name as a market premiere and several upcoming titles including Agnus Dei and Mia madre  

29/01 | Berlin 2015 | Market/France

War Book: Thus ends the glory of Britain

War Book: Thus ends the glory of Britain

Tom Harper’s political thriller makes for a riveting look at how Britain makes sense of its place on the global political stage today  

29/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Signals

Two Belgian feature debuts for the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session

Two Belgian feature debuts for the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session

Two Belgian feature debuts and two high-profile co-productions, spanning laughter and tears, are on the programme of the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session  

29/01 | Funding | Belgium

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

This documentary from Estonian duo Jaak Kilmi and Arbo Tammiksaar is an often compelling and visually stunning mix of character study and examination of the nature of faith  

29/01 | Films | Estonia

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the concept of “normality”

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the concept of “normality”

With her latest movie, Stina Werenfels invites us to dive into an atypical, simple and free world  

29/01 | Solothurn 2015

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

The shoot is due to start soon for the new feature by the director of Hippocrates; it will be produced by 31 Juin Films and be sold by Le Pacte  

29/01 | Production | France

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