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15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Labyrinth of Lies makes a beeline for Hollywood

Labyrinth of Lies makes a beeline for Hollywood

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

Also nominated for the EFA’s People’s Choice Award, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence is Sweden’s candidate for Best Foreign-language Film  

01/09 | Oscars 2016 | Sweden

London reveals competition titles

London reveals competition titles

Official Competition, Sutherland, Grierson nominees announced  

01/09 | Festivals | UK

12 French productions or co-productions in the running for the Golden Lion

12 French productions or co-productions in the running for the Golden Lion

Christian Vincent and Xavier Giannoli are leading the impressive charge of strong French films in competition at the 72nd Venice Film Festival, which gets under way tomorrow  

01/09 | Venice 2015 | France

EFA opens vote for People’s Choice Award

EFA opens vote for People’s Choice Award

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Force Majeure, Leviathan, Marshland, Samba, Serial (Bad) Weddings, The Imitation Game, The Salt of the Earth, Victoria and White God vie for the prize  

01/09 | European Film Awards 2015

Nicolas Benamou shooting A fond

Nicolas Benamou shooting A fond

The director of Babysitting is making an outrageous new comedy, staged by Chic Films and La Petite Reine, and co-produced by Wild Bunch  

01/09 | Production | France

Naked Island wins Best Croatian Documentary at Liburnia

Naked Island wins Best Croatian Documentary at Liburnia

Other winners at the 13th Liburnia Film Festival included I Like That Super Most the Best, The Spirits Diary and School Time for Miss Roma  

31/08 | Festivals | Croatia

15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

An advance on receipts for world cinema: the CNC will be very well represented at the Venice Film Festival with no fewer than five films in the running for the Golden Lion  

31/08 | Venice 2015 | Funding/France

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

The Valois d'Or for Best Film and that for Best Actress went to a feature that rubbed shoulders with A Decent Man and All Yours on the awards list  

31/08 | Festivals | France

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Five titles to compete for the Nordic Council Film Prize

August’s Silent Heart, Valkeapää’s They Have Escaped, Kári’s Virgin Mountain, Giæver’s Out of Nature and Marcimain’s Gentlemen have been nominated for the prestigious prize  

31/08 | Awards | Nordic countries

Labyrinth of Lies makes a beeline for Hollywood

Labyrinth of Lies makes a beeline for Hollywood

Giulio Ricciarelli’s film will represent Germany for the nominations for the Oscar for Best Foreign-language Film  

28/08 | Oscars 2016 | Germany

An Etrange Festival that’s set to be electrifying

An Etrange Festival that’s set to be electrifying

Five world premieres and eight European premieres are lined up for the most extravagant film event in France, with a ‘Carte Blanche’ focus dedicated to Ben Wheatley  

28/08 | Festivals | France

Filming begins in Turin for Le ultime cose

Filming begins in Turin for Le ultime cose

The debut piece by Irene Dionisio is being produced by Tempesta with Rai Cinema in co-production with Switzerland (Amka Films) and France (Ad Vitam); Fabrizio Falco stars in the film  

28/08 | Production | Italy

Samir’s Iraqi Odyssey is the Swiss candidate for the Oscars race

Samir’s Iraqi Odyssey is the Swiss candidate for the Oscars race

The movie by the Baghdad-born director will represent Switzerland at the Oscars in 2016, where it will aim to win Best Foreign-language Film  

28/08 | Oscars 2016 | Switzerland

Gareth Jones begins Delirium

Gareth Jones begins Delirium

The final part of a trilogy about artists is currently filming in Surrey  

28/08 | Production | UK

Cate Blanchett to receive BFI Fellowship

Cate Blanchett to receive BFI Fellowship

Christopher Nolan and Tacita Dean are to lead LFF Connects  

28/08 | Festivals | UK

“Our goals have not changed at all,” says Europa Cinemas

“Our goals have not changed at all,” says Europa Cinemas

The new bonus in the Europa Cinemas guidelines, a controversial move in the industry, has been the subject of much discussion recently  

28/08 | Exhibitors | Europe

War trauma, sibling love and disaster on the Oscars shortlist

War trauma, sibling love and disaster on the Oscars shortlist

The Norwegian Oscar Committee has selected three candidates for the Oscar nomination for Best Foreign-language Feature  

28/08 | Oscars 2016 | Norway

Lampedusa in Winter: “Dedicated to Europe”

Lampedusa in Winter: “Dedicated to Europe”

LOCARNO 2015: The film by young Austrian director Jakob Brossmann, shown recently in the Critics' Week at the Locarno Film Festival, unveils the hidden face of an all-too-often forgotten island  

14/08 | Locarno 2015 | Critics' Week

Switzerland has a strong presence at the World Film Festival in Montreal

Switzerland has a strong presence at the World Film Festival in Montreal

11 Swiss films will be presented at the Montreal World Film Festival, which unspools from 27 August until 7 September  

27/08 | Festivals | Switzerland

Memento selling Marguerite, a contender for the Golden Lion

Memento selling Marguerite, a contender for the Golden Lion

Its line-up also features A Monster With A Thousand Heads, which will open the Orizzonti section at Venice before the company sets sail for Toronto  

27/08 | Sales | France

Crash test Aglaé on the starting blocks

Crash test Aglaé on the starting blocks

India Hair, Julie Depardieu and Yolande Moreau star in Eric Gravel’s first feature film, a Novoprod production that is being sold by Le Pacte  

27/08 | Production | France

Gomes and the portrait of a restless country

Gomes and the portrait of a restless country

The first volume of the Arabian Nights trilogy opens in Portugal today  

27/08 | Releases | Portugal

Star Men, Palio and Night and Day to bookend Cambridge

Star Men, Palio and Night and Day to bookend Cambridge

Queen guitarist Brian May is set to participate in a 3D event at the gathering  

27/08 | Festivals | UK

Icon and Frightfest reveal seven distribution titles

Icon and Frightfest reveal seven distribution titles

The Sand, Afterdeath and Landmine Goes Click are amongst the genre films going wide  

27/08 | Distribution | UK

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