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Feature debutant Carl Strathie commences Solis

Feature debutant Carl Strathie commences Solis

The Noir in Festival starts back up in Milan and Como

The Noir in Festival starts back up in Milan and Como

The Be Film Festival keeps the party alive

The Be Film Festival keeps the party alive

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

The European Film Forum celebrates MEDIA's 25th anniversary by “commemorating diversity”

The European Film Forum celebrates MEDIA's 25th anniversary by “commemorating diversity”

Yesterday, the European Film Forum began in Brussels’ Bozar, and looked to the future of European cinema by focusing on innovation and diversity  

02/12 | Industry | Europe

The 2017 Feroz Awards put their money on Alberto Rodríguez

The 2017 Feroz Awards put their money on Alberto Rodríguez

With ten nods, Smoke & Mirrors, the latest thriller by the Seville-born director, is the big favourite for the awards handed out by the specialist film press  

02/12 | Awards | Spain

Entre Chien et Loup and Kwassa Films join forces

Entre Chien et Loup and Kwassa Films join forces

Entre Chien et Loup, the company which was set up 30 years ago by Diana Elbaum and is active in audiovisual production, and young company Kwassa Films, founded by Annabella Nezri, team up  

02/12 | Industry | Belgium

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War gets backing from Arte France Cinéma

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War gets backing from Arte France Cinéma

The upcoming films by Benoît Jacquot, Jayro Bustamante, and duo Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel will also be co-produced by the French-German channel  

02/12 | Funding | France

Joséphine Vinet  • Mission head, ACM

Interview: Joséphine Vinet • Mission head, ACM

Cineuropa spoke to Joséphine Vinet, of the CNC' ACM Distribution, which aims to promote the international dissemination of films co-produced with a non-European country  

02/12

Chi mi ha incontrato, non mi ha visto: Rimbaud and the farce of life

Chi mi ha incontrato, non mi ha visto: Rimbaud and the farce of life

Bruno Bigoni’s docufiction, which was presented at the Filmmaker Festival in Milan, is a sophisticated game that pays tribute to the great French poet and film itself  

02/12 | Films | Italy

Romania encourages co-productions and debut films with new cinema law

Romania encourages co-productions and debut films with new cinema law

The legal initiative also improves conditions for distribution and the re-opening of old cinemas  

02/12 | Legislation | Romania

11 new projects supported by the Film Fund Luxembourg

11 new projects supported by the Film Fund Luxembourg

A total of €5,644,869 has been granted to a selection of new fiction features, documentaries, animations and fiction series  

02/12 | Funding | Luxembourg

Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident makes it to Sundance

Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident makes it to Sundance

The Swedish director’s third feature is the first Swedish contender for the top prize in nine years at the US film festival  

02/12 | Sundance 2017 | Sweden

Feature debutant Carl Strathie commences Solis

Feature debutant Carl Strathie commences Solis

Steven Ogg stars in the sci-fi thriller  

01/12 | Production | UK

The Noir in Festival starts back up in Milan and Como

The Noir in Festival starts back up in Milan and Como

The 26th edition of the festival will continue from 8-14 December, after moving from Courmayeur, with the Raymond Chandler Award going to Roberto Saviano and world premieres  

01/12 | Festivals | Italy

The Be Film Festival keeps the party alive

The Be Film Festival keeps the party alive

For its 12th edition, the Be Film Festival will have three additional days to celebrate Belgian cinema in all its guises  

01/12 | Festivals | Belgium

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

Act 2 for the HNFF’s "incubator programme"

Six feature debuts have been selected and will be backed by the Hungarian National Film Fund  

01/12 | Funding | Hungary

BFI’s five-year strategy addresses Europe

BFI’s five-year strategy addresses Europe

£500 million plan to devolve outside London, look to the future and enhance diversity  

01/12 | Industry | UK

Isabelle Huppert back with Benoît Jacquot for Eva

Isabelle Huppert back with Benoît Jacquot for Eva

The first clapperboard slams in January, with Gaspard Ulliel and Julia Roy also joining the cast. A film being produced by Macassar Productions and sold by EuropaCorp  

01/12 | Production | France

Lucía Recalde • Head of Unit, Creative Europe MEDIA

Interview: Lucía Recalde • Head of Unit, Creative Europe MEDIA

“MEDIA will constantly adapt to new situations and realities”

Cineuropa sat down with Creative Europe MEDIA’s Head of Unit, Lucía Recalde, during the second edition of the European Film Forum in Tallinn, and before its 25th anniversary edition in Brussels  

01/12

Marie Noëlle  • Director

Interview: Marie Noëlle • Director

“My film should encourage women to do what feels right to them”

For her biopic on Marie Curie, released today in Germany, French writer-director-producer Marie Noëlle studied the original diaries of the two-time Nobel Prize winner  

01/12

Italian films head to Buenos Aires’ Ventana Sur

Italian films head to Buenos Aires’ Ventana Sur

Various feature debuts are being showcased in the European Screenings section of the most important audiovisual market in South America  

01/12 | Market | Argentina/Italy

European films storm Sundance

European films storm Sundance

World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competitions include a raft of European titles such as Axolotl Overkill, God’s Own Country and The Good Postman  

01/12 | Sundance 2017

Christian Petzold's Transit funded at the German-French Film Meeting

Christian Petzold's Transit funded at the German-French Film Meeting

The German-French funding committee has greenlit financing for five feature films and three projects in development  

01/12 | Funding | France/Germany

The Nature of Time supported by the Gan Foundation

The Nature of Time supported by the Gan Foundation

The feature debut by Karim Moussaoui is one of the lucky titles selected during the 2016 session, along with the projects helmed by David Perrault, Benedikt Erlingsson and Lorenzo Mattotti  

30/11 | Funding | France

German Films offers Moscow an entertaining pilgrimage

German Films offers Moscow an entertaining pilgrimage

While the Russian capital is hosting ArtDocFest, German Films is organising its annual festival, with an emphasis on crowd pleasers  

30/11 | Festivals | Russia/Germany

Marion Hänsel • Director

Interview: Marion Hänsel • Director

"The film tells the story of two journeys"

Interview with Belgian director Marion Hänsel to talk about her latest film, Upstream, starring Olivier Gourmet and Sergi López  

30/11

Cross-border cooperation is key at the German-French Film Meeting

Cross-border cooperation is key at the German-French Film Meeting

The future of film distribution was one of the main issues discussed at the industry gathering in Saarbrücken  

30/11 | Industry | Germany/France

Olivier Gourmet and Sergi López get to know one another in Upstream

Olivier Gourmet and Sergi López get to know one another in Upstream

Marion Hänsel reunites the two actors for her twelfth feature film, which follows the pilgrimage of two brothers as they learn to get to know one another  

30/11 | Films | Belgium

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