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Iram Haq making a film about how she was kidnapped by her own parents

Iram Haq making a film about how she was kidnapped by her own parents

Robin Hood: Origins starts filming in Croatia

Robin Hood: Origins starts filming in Croatia

Headbang Lullaby: A captivating portrait of social absurdity

Headbang Lullaby: A captivating portrait of social absurdity

Gérard Corbiau preparing Saving Mozart

Gérard Corbiau preparing Saving Mozart

East Doc Platform unveils its 2017 open programme

East Doc Platform unveils its 2017 open programme

Organised by the Institute of Documentary Film, the largest documentary industry event in Central and Eastern Europe will also organise free-entry, English-language events open to the public  

21/02 | Industry | Czech Republic

BFI Flare to open with Against the Law

BFI Flare to open with Against the Law

Signature Move to close London LGBT festival  

21/02 | Festivals | UK

Stephan Streker • Director

Interview: Stephan Streker • Director

"Zahira is the girl who says no: an Antigone for our times”

With A Wedding, Stephan Streker offers a powerful film that centres on the tragic fate of a young woman sacrificed at the altar of tradition  

21/02

Open Public Consultation launched to help decide the future of the Creative Europe programme

Open Public Consultation launched to help decide the future of the Creative Europe programme

Until 16 April, European citizens can participate in the Open Public Consultation, which aims to evaluate the European Commission's cultural programme  

21/02 | Institutions | Europe

Simon et Théodore: Lights, camera, action for Mikaël Buch

Simon et Théodore: Lights, camera, action for Mikaël Buch

The cast features Félix Moati, Nils Othenin-Girard, Mélanie Bernier, Audrey Lamy and Philippe Rebbot in this Mona Films production being sold by Be For Film  

21/02 | Production | France

Tudor Aaron Istodor • Actor

Interview: Tudor Aaron Istodor • Actor

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Romanian actor Tudor Aaron Istodor, selected as one of the Shooting Stars 2017  

13/02

Victória Guerra • Actress

Interview: Victória Guerra • Actress

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Portuguese actress Victória Guerra, selected as one of the Shooting Stars 2017  

21/02

Estonia gets its own national film awards

Estonia gets its own national film awards

The National Estonian Film and Television Awards will be handed out for the first time ever on 12 March  

21/02 | Awards | Estonia

Zofia Wichlacz • Actress

Interview: Zofia Wichlacz • Actress

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Polish actress Zofia Wichlacz, selected as one of the Shooting Stars 2017  

21/02

Filmmakers protest political interference; HAVC gets acting director Daniel Rafaelic

Filmmakers protest political interference; HAVC gets acting director Daniel Rafaelic

HAVC has been receiving warnings and support from the local and international community, as well as Doris Pack  

21/02 | Institutions | Croatia

Iram Haq making a film about how she was kidnapped by her own parents

Iram Haq making a film about how she was kidnapped by her own parents

Currently shooting in Sweden, What Will People Say – Haq’s second feature – has no happy ending, “since the gap between the two cultures remains so wide”  

21/02 | Production | Norway/Sweden

Robin Hood: Origins starts filming in Croatia

Robin Hood: Origins starts filming in Croatia

The Hollywood production comes in the midst of controversy surrounding Hrvoje Hribar’s resignation from HAVC  

21/02 | Production | Croatia

The Greek Film Center announces new directors

The Greek Film Center announces new directors

The GFC board has appointed Vassilis Kosmopoulos, Konstantinos Aivaliotis and Venia Vergou in key positions  

21/02 | Institutions | Greece

Headbang Lullaby: A captivating portrait of social absurdity

Headbang Lullaby: A captivating portrait of social absurdity

BERLIN 2017: Moroccan filmmaker Hicham Lasri continues exploring the themes of his country's history and its effects on the present  

21/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Special

Crazy for Football: The craziest championships in the world

Crazy for Football: The craziest championships in the world

After having its premiere at the Rome Film Fest, Volfango De Biasi’s documentary on the Italian championships for psychiatric patients is released in Italy  

20/02 | Films | Italy

Gérard Corbiau preparing Saving Mozart

Gérard Corbiau preparing Saving Mozart

The film, produced by Saga Film, Deal Productions and Eclypse Filmpartner, was introduced by Atlas International Film at the European Film Market in Berlin  

20/02 | Production | Belgium/Luxembourg/Austria

Fourth iteration of iFeatures launches with three features

Fourth iteration of iFeatures launches with three features

Selection includes first British feature film in sign language  

20/02 | Production | UK

From the infinitesimal to the immense, as seen From the Balcony

From the infinitesimal to the immense, as seen From the Balcony

BERLIN 2017: Through an intimate diary that reveals his most secret thoughts, Ole Giæver, one tiny speck in a vast universe, takes us on a journey through life and what it means to be human  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama

Ildiko Enyedi makes a triumphant comeback

Ildiko Enyedi makes a triumphant comeback

BERLIN 2017: After an 18-year absence from the big screen, the Hungarian director has won the Golden Bear with On Body and Soul, an Inforg-M&M Film production  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Hungary

Foreign Body: A mesmerising immigration story

Foreign Body: A mesmerising immigration story

BERLIN 2017: In amongst this tale of the experience of one illegal immigrant, Tunisian director Raja Amari weaves an uncompromising study of physical attraction and the contours of individuality  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Forum

1945: Getting to grips with the ghosts of the past

1945: Getting to grips with the ghosts of the past

BERLIN 2017: Director Ferenc Török faces the past to talk about the Hungarian nation’s present  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama

The Norwegian Film Institute supports four new productions

The Norwegian Film Institute supports four new productions

Among other projects, the NFI is backing Jens Jonsson’s biopic of Sonja Wigert, the Norwegian actress who was a spy – for both sides – during World War II  

20/02 | Funding | Norway

The Luxembourg City Film Festival gets ready for its seventh edition

The Luxembourg City Film Festival gets ready for its seventh edition

Over 80 films are on the line-up of this rapidly growing festival, the upcoming edition of which will include several international premieres, a tribute to Ray Liotta and a VR Pavilion  

20/02 | Festivals | Luxembourg

Lithuanian audiences partial to local and US films

Lithuanian audiences partial to local and US films

The market share of domestic films in Lithuanian cinemas reached almost 20% in 2016, while European movies had to make do with less than 5%  

20/02 | Box office | Lithuania

Hostages: A breathtaking blend of thriller and social commentary

Hostages: A breathtaking blend of thriller and social commentary

BERLIN 2017: Rezo Gigineishvili's fourth feature is both a relentless thriller and a well-developed and delivered social commentary  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Special

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