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La La Land dominates Oscars but Moonlight wins Best Picture

La La Land dominates Oscars but Moonlight wins Best Picture

The César for Best Film goes to Elle

The César for Best Film goes to Elle

Beata ignoranza: A family reborn from social networks

Beata ignoranza: A family reborn from social networks

The last clapperboard slams for Jean-Paul Civeyrac’s Mes Provinciales

The last clapperboard slams for Jean-Paul Civeyrac’s Mes Provinciales

Marc Recha leads us into a life of freedom in La vida lliure

Marc Recha leads us into a life of freedom in La vida lliure

After being shot in autumn 2016, the new film by the director of A Perfect Day to Fly is now in the middle of post-production with a view to taking part in this season’s choicest festivals  

28/02 | Production | Spain

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond selects seven Nordic titles to boost

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond selects seven Nordic titles to boost

“A broad spectrum of genres” is represented in the package of Nordic projects that will receive development support and take part in two residential workshops  

28/02 | Funding | Nordic countries

Another record-breaking year for Slovakian cinemas

Another record-breaking year for Slovakian cinemas

The box-office figures continued to rise in domestic theatres last year  

28/02 | Box office | Slovakia

The Swedish Film Institute backs Roy Andersson’s About Endlessness

The Swedish Film Institute backs Roy Andersson’s About Endlessness

€4.3 million in production support will go to Andersson’s film, Helena Bergström’s What a Fucking Circus, Mia Engberg’s Lucky, documentaries and shorts  

28/02 | Funding | Sweden

Loving Pia: Creating a life's romance

Loving Pia: Creating a life's romance

BERLIN 2017: Daniel Joseph Borgman's second feature film is a docu-fiction hybrid starring a real woman and inventing a love story for her  

28/02 | Berlin 2017 | Forum

Marta Bergman shoots Seule à mon mariage

Marta Bergman shoots Seule à mon mariage

The Belgian documentary maker is currently wrapping up filming on her first fictional feature  

27/02 | Production | Belgium/France/Romania

Wales offers a Foot in the Door of Gareth Evans’ Apostle

Wales offers a Foot in the Door of Gareth Evans’ Apostle

10 people to get the opportunity to experience a film set in Ffilm Cymru Wales’ new scheme  

27/02 | Industry | UK

The nominees for the Cartoon Movie Tributes unveiled

The nominees for the Cartoon Movie Tributes unveiled

Jean-François Laguionie, Claude Barras and Michael Dudok de Wit are in the running for the Best European Animation Director of the Year Award  

27/02 | Awards | Europe

A serious drop in admissions to Belgian theatres in 2016

A serious drop in admissions to Belgian theatres in 2016

Admissions to Belgian theatres fell by 8.22% in 2016, with almost 1.5 million fewer viewers  

27/02 | Box office | Belgium

A great year for Czech cinemas

A great year for Czech cinemas

The Czech fairy tale Angel of the Lord 2 became the highest-grossing domestic title last year, setting a new record  

27/02 | Box office | Czech Republic

Pilou Asbæk to solve the “hypnosis murders” in The Guardian Angel

Pilou Asbæk to solve the “hypnosis murders” in The Guardian Angel

After performing in several US features, the Danish actor returns to Nordic filmmaking in Finnish director Arto Halonen’s psychological thriller  

27/02 | Production | Denmark/Croatia

Laura Schroeder • Director

Interview: Laura Schroeder • Director

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Luxembourgish filmmaker Laura Schroeder, who presented Barrage in the Forum section of the Berlinale  

27/02

When the Day Had No Name: When society fails every test

When the Day Had No Name: When society fails every test

BERLIN 2017: Teona Strugar Mitevska's fourth feature is her most accomplished and rewarding film to date  

27/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Special

Heartstone melts the heart of the Icelandic Edda jury

Heartstone melts the heart of the Icelandic Edda jury

Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson’s first feature won ten national film prizes when they were presented last night by the Icelandic Film and Television Academy  

27/02 | Awards | Iceland

La La Land dominates Oscars but Moonlight wins Best Picture

La La Land dominates Oscars but Moonlight wins Best Picture

Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman wins Foreign Language honour  

27/02 | Oscars 2017

The César for Best Film goes to Elle

The César for Best Film goes to Elle

Paul Verhoeven’s film takes home the top prize. Isabelle Huppert and Gaspard Ulliel take away the trophies for Best Actress and Best Actor respectively  

24/02 | Césars 2017

Anima 2017: European animation lies at the heart of the Young Audience Competition

Anima 2017: European animation lies at the heart of the Young Audience Competition

The Anima Film Festival kicks off today and will unspool over ten days, celebrating the joys of animated film  

24/02 | Festivals | Belgium

Beata ignoranza: A family reborn from social networks

Beata ignoranza: A family reborn from social networks

Massimiliano Bruno broaches the issue of changing interpersonal relationships in the Internet era with irony, in a film starring Marco Giallini and Alessandro Gassman  

24/02 | Films | Italy

The last clapperboard slams for Jean-Paul Civeyrac’s Mes Provinciales

The last clapperboard slams for Jean-Paul Civeyrac’s Mes Provinciales

The cast of this Moby Dick Films production includes Andranic Manet, Gonzague Van Bervesseles, Corentin Fila, Jenna Thiam and Sophie Verbeeck  

24/02 | Production | France

Shooting to start in March on Nato a Casal di Principe

Shooting to start in March on Nato a Casal di Principe

The film, which is based on the book of the same name about the mysterious disappearance of Paolo Letizia, will be directed by Bruno Oliviero and will star Donatella Finocchiaro and Massimiliano Gallo  

24/02 | Production | Italy

Film and Music Entertainment reveals 12-feature production slate

Film and Music Entertainment reveals 12-feature production slate

New features include Dede, Elvis Walks Home and The Dream Girl  

24/02 | Production | UK/Ireland

The Forest of the Lost Souls: Sadness will last forever

The Forest of the Lost Souls: Sadness will last forever

José Pedro Lopes’ feature debut is screening as part of the Fantasporto festival  

24/02 | Films | Portugal

The Greek Film Center supports new directors

The Greek Film Center supports new directors

The GFC has approved funding for films by up-and-coming directors as well as for low-budget projects  

24/02 | Funding | Greece

A room with a “Baltic View”

A room with a “Baltic View”

The online Baltic View platform aims to help spread Baltic cinema beyond the region  

24/02 | Distribution | Lithuania

Thessaloniki Documentary Festival reveals its line-up

Thessaloniki Documentary Festival reveals its line-up

Boasting over 200 films and a new competitive section, the go-to doc gathering of the Balkans is ready for its first edition under new management  

24/02 | Festivals | Greece

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