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Sergei Loznitsa starts production of Donbass

Sergei Loznitsa starts production of Donbass

Trieste FF and When East Meets West announce full line-ups

Trieste FF and When East Meets West announce full line-ups

Beatriz Bodegas backs first-timer Jota Linares

Beatriz Bodegas backs first-timer Jota Linares

Premiers Plans turns 30

Premiers Plans turns 30

Isabelle Giordano • Managing director, UniFrance

Interview: Isabelle Giordano • Managing director, UniFrance

“We absolutely have to adapt to the way the market is evolving”

We chatted to Isabelle Giordano, the managing director of UniFrance, in the run-up to the Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in Paris (18-22 January 2018)  

16/01

Berlin unveils more films in the Competition and Berlinale Special sections

Berlin unveils more films in the Competition and Berlinale Special sections

New films by Christian Petzold, Cédric Kahn, Lance Daly and more join the line-up  

16/01 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

The Czech Film Fund aims to reinvigorate the underestimated role of script consultants

The Czech Film Fund aims to reinvigorate the underestimated role of script consultants

The new Script Consulting Incubator commissioned by the fund is intended to support a new generation of Czech dramaturges  

16/01 | Industry | Czech Republic

IFFR Live announces full line-up

IFFR Live announces full line-up

For the fourth year in a row, the festival is streaming film events live from Rotterdam to all four corners of Europe and beyond  

16/01 | Rotterdam 2018

Biennale College - Cinema: the nine virtual reality projects for 2017/18

Biennale College - Cinema: the nine virtual reality projects for 2017/18

The projects selected for the second edition of the initiative dedicated to the development of virtual reality projects are taking part in the first workshop, under way in Venice until 19 January  

15/01 | Industry | Italy

The 8th Ramdam Film Festival ups its game

The 8th Ramdam Film Festival ups its game

With some prestigious premieres, the festival is becoming increasingly relevant on the Belgian audiovisual scene  

15/01 | Festival | Belgium

The 23rd Forqué Awards crown The Motive and The Bookshop

The 23rd Forqué Awards crown The Motive and The Bookshop

The Spanish producers’ Award for Best Film of 2017 was split between filmmakers Manuel Martín Cuenca and Isabel Coixet  

15/01 | Awards | Spain

Shoot about to start for Hugo Gélin’s Mon inconnue

Shoot about to start for Hugo Gélin’s Mon inconnue

François Civil and Joséphine Japy topline the filmmaker’s third feature, which is being produced by Mars Films and Zazi Films  

15/01 | Production | France

IFFR’s Signatures section completed

IFFR’s Signatures section completed

New titles by Teresa Villaverde and Tonino De Bernardi will have their world premieres at the festival  

15/01 | Rotterdam 2018

The CNC grants an advance on receipts to Giacomo Abbruzzese’s Disco Boy

The CNC grants an advance on receipts to Giacomo Abbruzzese’s Disco Boy

The CNC will also be backing the feature debuts by Antoine de Bary, Nora Martirosyan, Romain de Saint-Blanquat and Céline Rouzet  

15/01 | Funding | France

Adrian Noble’s Mrs Lowry & Son to commence shooting in Greater Manchester

Adrian Noble’s Mrs Lowry & Son to commence shooting in Greater Manchester

Starring Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall, the film will be financed by Rome-based Library Films, produced by Genesius Pictures and sold by The Little Film Company  

15/01 | Production | UK/Italy/Australia

Berlinale Co-Production Market line-up announced

Berlinale Co-Production Market line-up announced

With an intense schedule of over 1,200 meetings and 36 participating projects, the Berlinale’s leading co-production market is poised to launch its 15th edition  

15/01 | Berlin 2018 | Industry

A Wedding, This is Our Land and Insyriated lead the Magritte nominations

A Wedding, This is Our Land and Insyriated lead the Magritte nominations

Three strong films, each with its own powerful political significance, will be competing at the 8th Belgian cinema awards ceremony  

12/01 | Awards | Belgium

Sergei Loznitsa starts production of Donbass

Sergei Loznitsa starts production of Donbass

The director’s new film, produced by Germany, France, Ukraine, the Netherlands and Romania, will be sold by Pyramide  

12/01 | Production | Germany/France/Ukraine/Netherlands/Romania

Trieste FF and When East Meets West announce full line-ups

Trieste FF and When East Meets West announce full line-ups

In addition to competition programmes, the festival focuses on 1968, and its industry division has revealed a new €3,000 Baltic Award and the line-ups for three side sections  

12/01 | Trieste 2018

Disaster-thriller Den blomstertid nu kommer on the home stretch

Disaster-thriller Den blomstertid nu kommer on the home stretch

The eagerly awaited debut feature by Swedish collective Crazy Pictures managed to pull off a record-breaking crowdfunding campaign and will be in post-production until the spring  

11/01 | Production | Sweden

Benedetta follia: Between the past and the present with Carlo Verdone

Benedetta follia: Between the past and the present with Carlo Verdone

The Italian director's latest film is released in his country and tells the story of love in the era of dating apps, exploring new territories, while also giving a nod to some of his past comedies  

11/01 | Films | Italy

Beatriz Bodegas backs first-timer Jota Linares

Beatriz Bodegas backs first-timer Jota Linares

The producer of Raúl Arévalo’s The Fury of a Patient Man is again putting her faith in a talented debutant, who wrapped the shoot for Animales sin collar in the run-up to Christmas  

11/01 | Production | Spain/Italy

Premiers Plans turns 30

Premiers Plans turns 30

The crème de la crème of young European talent is featured on the line-up of the 30th edition of the festival in Angers, which unspools from 12-21 January  

11/01 | Festivals | France

Gabriela Pichler's Amateurs to open the Göteborg Film Festival

Gabriela Pichler's Amateurs to open the Göteborg Film Festival

The Nordic event has also announced a new International Competition, and Honorary Dragon Award recipients Juliette Binoche and Alicia Vikander  

11/01 | Göteborg 2018

Stella Blómkvist reshuffles Nordic noir

Stella Blómkvist reshuffles Nordic noir

Already taking Iceland by storm, the original crime-drama aims to export a new, stylised noir that deviates from what international viewers expect from the region  

11/01 | Television | Iceland

Looking ahead to 2018’s Portuguese films

Looking ahead to 2018’s Portuguese films

We present a non-exhaustive list of local productions and co-productions set to hit the theatres this year  

11/01 | Distribution | Portugal

2017 down by 11.63% in Italy, collapse of national production

2017 down by 11.63% in Italy, collapse of national production

The data presented by representatives of the film industry today at the ANEC in Rome record the worst results since 2014. The European market share is increasing  

10/01 | Box Office | Italy

Romanian hospital drama Biocide now in post-production

Romanian hospital drama Biocide now in post-production

The debut feature by Gabi Virginia Şarga and Cătălin Rotaru is being produced by Axis Media Production and Green Cat Film  

10/01 | Production | Romania

Lars von Trier receives the 2018 Sonning Prize

Lars von Trier receives the 2018 Sonning Prize

The Danish auteur is being presented with the biggest cultural award in Denmark, which commemorates personalities that have contributed to European culture  

10/01 | Awards | Denmark

Principal photography about to begin for Benoît Forgeard’s Yves

Principal photography about to begin for Benoît Forgeard’s Yves

William Lebghil and Doria Tillier topline the filmmaker’s second feature, which is being produced by Ecce Films and will be distributed by Le Pacte  

10/01 | Production | France

MyFrenchFilmFestival unveils its programme for 2018

MyFrenchFilmFestival unveils its programme for 2018

The 8th online festival, organised by UniFrance, will be accessible from 19 January-19 February on 50 platforms around the globe  

09/01 | Festivals | France

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond announces funding recipients

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond announces funding recipients

The fund decided in December to support five films and two cultural initiatives to the tune of NOK 6 million (€600,000)  

09/01 | Funding | Nordic countries

Bruno Dumont’s Jeanne gets an advance on receipts from the CNC

Bruno Dumont’s Jeanne gets an advance on receipts from the CNC

The CNC will also be backing the upcoming films by Nicolas Pariser, Yossi Aviram, Yolande Zauberman and Claus Drexel  

09/01 | Funding | France

The Shape of Water and British talent dominate the BAFTA nominations

The Shape of Water and British talent dominate the BAFTA nominations

The Venice Golden Lion winner has racked up 12 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress  

09/01 | BAFTA 2018

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