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Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Climax by Gaspar Noé, on course for the Croisette

Climax by Gaspar Noé, on course for the Croisette

Shooting commences on British psychological thriller Cordelia

Shooting commences on British psychological thriller Cordelia

Review: Sisters

Review: Sisters

Fugue at the forefront of Alpha Violet’s Cannes line-up

Fugue at the forefront of Alpha Violet’s Cannes line-up

Cannes will see the French firm sell the second full-length film by Polish director, Agnieszka Smoczyńska, competing this year in Critics’ Week  

20/04 | Cannes 2018 | Markets

European, world and queer cinema in the spotlight in Skopje

European, world and queer cinema in the spotlight in Skopje

The 21st Skopje Film Festival brings a wide array of films to Macedonia from 19 to 26 April  

20/04 | Festivals | Macedonia

Immersive documentary Vestige is snapped up ahead of Tribeca

Immersive documentary Vestige is snapped up ahead of Tribeca

British sales agent Other Set buys the room-scale, non-fiction experience directed by Aaron Bradbury and produced by UK’s NSC Creative and French Atlas V, ahead of its world premiere  

20/04 | Industry | UK/France/USA

Marcin Łunkiewicz • VR producer

Interview: Marcin Łunkiewicz • VR producer

"VR shouldn't be reduced to a mere experience"

We sat down to chat with Marcin Łunkiewicz, founder of mimo.ooo, who has hosted a master class on Virtual Reality Cinema at the Let's CEE Film Festival  

20/04

Emmanuel Finkiel to preside over the Golden Eye jury at Cannes Film Festival

Emmanuel Finkiel to preside over the Golden Eye jury at Cannes Film Festival

The French filmmaker will head up the jury deciding on the best overall documentary from across the many Cannes selections  

20/04 | Cannes 2018 | Jury

Lone Scherfig has begun filming on her new project

Lone Scherfig has begun filming on her new project

Formerly known as Secrets of the Russian Tea Room, this new and as yet untitled project boasts an international cast and is the director’s first Danish-produced film in over a decade  

20/04 | Production | Denmark/Canada/France/Germany/Sweden

Review: The Distances

Review: The Distances

Elena Trapé demonstrates audacity and talent in her new film where a reunion between long-time friends in Berlin very quickly turns sour as a result of lies and disillusion  

19/04 | Malaga 2018

Review: A Bright Light - Karen and the Process

Review: A Bright Light - Karen and the Process

Emmanuelle Antille presents her latest project – a portrait of one of the most iconic (and private) artists in the history of music - at the Visions du Réel Film Festival  

19/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Review: Breaths

Review: Breaths

Presented as a special event at the Lecce Film Festival, the first full-length film by Alberto Fiorillo is an intricate psychological thriller, featuring Alessio Boni  

19/04 | Lecce 2018

Three UDI trump cards showcased in Cannes

Three UDI trump cards showcased in Cannes

Featured in the line-up, My Favourite Fabric in the Un Certain Regard section, Chris the Swiss for Critics’ Week and Cassandro the Exotico ! for ACID  

19/04 | Cannes 2018 | Market

28 Times Cinema opens call for applications

28 Times Cinema opens call for applications

The LUX Prize, Europa Cinemas, Venice's Giornate degli Autori and in Cineuropa invite 28 young cinephiles to visit the Venice Film Festival  

19/04 | Venice 2018

Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Yann Gonzalez and Sergey Dvortsevoy are all now in the race for the Palme d’Or. Lars von Trier will feature out of competition, while Terry Gilliam will close the festival  

19/04 | Cannes 2018 | Official Selection

Climax by Gaspar Noé, on course for the Croisette

Climax by Gaspar Noé, on course for the Croisette

True to form, as per the filmmaker’s four previous films, Noé’s 5th full-length feature will be unveiled in Cannes, this time appearing in the Directors’ Fortnight selection  

19/04 | Production | France/Belgium

Shooting commences on British psychological thriller Cordelia

Shooting commences on British psychological thriller Cordelia

Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Michael Gambon to star in picture directed by Adrian Shergold  

19/04 | Production | UK

Review: Sisters

Review: Sisters

At Visions du Réel, Peter Entell has presented the world premiere of an intimate portrait of three women who share an extraordinary strength, born of the very bowels of the earth  

18/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Stefano Savona’s Samouni Road heading to the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight

Stefano Savona’s Samouni Road heading to the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight

The documentary, which features animations by Simone Massi, tells the story of a family from Gaza that fell victim to the Gaza War in 2009  

18/04 | Production | Italy/France

Gianni Zanasi returns to the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight with Troppa grazia

Gianni Zanasi returns to the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight with Troppa grazia

In the words of General Delegate Edouard Waintrop, the new film by the director of La felicità è un sistema complesso is “a truly deranged comedy”  

18/04 | Production | Italy

Visions du Réel reveals its industry award winners

Visions du Réel reveals its industry award winners

Awards for documentary projects have gone to Italy, Serbia and Chile, and three films from the Opening Scenes programme have been picked up for broadcasting  

18/04 | Visions du Réel 2018 | Industry/Awards

Elena Trapé  • Director

Interview: Elena Trapé • Director

“My intention was to shoot a film that makes you feel uncomfortable”

Catalonian filmmaker Elena Trapé is competing in the official section of Málaga with her second fiction film, The Distances, which was executive-produced by Isabel Coixet  

18/04 | Málaga 2018

Jean-Paul Civeyrac • Director

Interview: Jean-Paul Civeyrac • Director

"I like films where heroism is questioned"

Jean-Paul Civeyrac tells us about his new film, the superb and romantic A Paris Education, very popular at the Berlin Film Festival and out today in French cinemas  

18/04

Cannes Film Market announces projects selected for Frontières

Cannes Film Market announces projects selected for Frontières

The genre-focused co-production platform is welcoming the new Avanpost Digital Cube Post-Production Award  

18/04 | Cannes 2018 | Market

Eight jury members to serve under Cate Blanchett’s chairmanship at Cannes

Eight jury members to serve under Cate Blanchett’s chairmanship at Cannes

The jury includes Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, Ava DuVernay, Khadja Nin, Andrey Zvyagintsev, Robert Guédiguian, Chang Chen and Denis Villeneuve  

18/04 | Cannes 2018 | Jury

David Cronenberg to chair the jury at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival

David Cronenberg to chair the jury at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival

The NIFFF (6-14 July) will this year welcome the Canadian director  

18/04 | NIFFF 2018

Pedro Almodóvar set to shoot Dolor y gloria this summer

Pedro Almodóvar set to shoot Dolor y gloria this summer

The Spanish filmmaker will once again be teaming up with three of his pet actors – Penélope Cruz, Julieta Serrano and Antonio Banderas – plus Asier Etxeandía  

18/04 | Production | Spain

Franck Ribière • Director

Interview: Franck Ribière • Director

"People want to watch the films they want, when they want and for a decent price"

We spoke to Franck Ribière, who world-premiered his new film, The Most Assassinated Woman in the World at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival  

17/04

Review: I Hate New York

Review: I Hate New York

Gustavo Sanchez's debut film, produced by Juan Antonio Bayona, is a vibrant documentary depicting the New York underground scene via the lives of four brave transsexuals  

17/04 | Malaga 2018

Ten Europeans set their sights on Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight

Ten Europeans set their sights on Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight

Movies by five French filmmakers, two Italians, two Spaniards and a Serbian will be on show in the Directors’ Fortnight; Noé, Guerra, Hosoda and Granik lead the pack  

17/04 | Cannes 2018 | Directors’ Fortnight

Season 3 of Split Homicide currently shooting

Season 3 of Split Homicide currently shooting

Chapters 5 and 6 of the popular German series of feature-length criminal dramas are currently shooting in Dalmatia for broadcaster ARD  

17/04 | Television | Germany

The 16th Cyprus Film Days invests in emerging “Glocal Images”

The 16th Cyprus Film Days invests in emerging “Glocal Images”

Focusing on talented new directors and with a bolstered National Competition, Cyprus’ biggest festival is about to kick off its 2018 edition and has invited Abel Ferrara as jury president  

17/04 | Festivals | Cyprus

European productions to cross the pond for the 17th Tribeca Film Festival

European productions to cross the pond for the 17th Tribeca Film Festival

Continental co-productions dominate the International Narrative Competition selection of the New York festival running from 18-29 April, and are eyeing some of the five main awards  

17/04 | Tribeca 2018

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