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Soy Nero wins the Belgrade Festival of Auteur Film

Soy Nero wins the Belgrade Festival of Auteur Film

Wallimage supporting Duelles, the new film by Olivier Masset-Depasse

Wallimage supporting Duelles, the new film by Olivier Masset-Depasse

6 young female directors for Emergence

6 young female directors for Emergence

Iulia Stoian starts searching for The Invisibles

Iulia Stoian starts searching for The Invisibles

Ten diverse projects shortlisted for Wales’ Cinematic scheme

Ten diverse projects shortlisted for Wales’ Cinematic scheme

Shortlist includes new films by Prano Bailey-Bond, Lee Haven Jones and Guymon Cheung, among others  

07/12 | Production | UK

Revolver and Submarine take Dutch co-productions to Sundance

Revolver and Submarine take Dutch co-productions to Sundance

The companies are behind two fiction features and two documentaries set to compete at the prestigious American indie festival  

07/12 | Sundance 2017 | Netherlands

Film Europe launches a new channel

Film Europe launches a new channel

The Festival Cinema Channel airs festival films from Berlin, Venice and Cannes  

07/12 | Television | Slovakia/Czech Republic

Antonio Méndez Esparza shooting Life and Nothing More

Antonio Méndez Esparza shooting Life and Nothing More

The director is currently in Florida shooting his second film, following Here and There, once again produced by Pedro Hernández for Aquí y allí Films  

06/12 | Production | Spain

Pascale Lamche lifts the veil on Winnie

Pascale Lamche lifts the veil on Winnie

The film, which takes a look back at the life and career of Winnie Madikizela Mandela, will have its world premiere in Park City, in the World Cinema Documentary competition  

06/12 | Sundance 2017 | France

The Dardenne brothers to be honoured at Göteborg

The Dardenne brothers to be honoured at Göteborg

Scandinavia’s largest film festival will give the siblings its Honorary Dragon Award during the 40th-anniversary programme between 27 January and 6 February 2017  

06/12 | Festivals | Sweden

Call Me by Your Name by Luca Guadagnino at Sundance

Call Me by Your Name by Luca Guadagnino at Sundance

The latest film by the director of A Bigger Splash is based on André Aciman's book, which tells the story of the sudden and overwhelming attraction that blooms between two young boys  

06/12 | Sundance 2017 | Italy

José-Luis Peñafuerte, Chergui Kharroubi • Directors

Interview: José-Luis Peñafuerte, Chergui Kharroubi • Directors

"We had a responsibility as Belgian filmmakers, we needed to make a film"

Interview with Belgian filmmakers José-Luis Peñafuerte and Chergui Kharroubi, whose documentary Molenbeek, génération radicale ? is screening at the 16th Mediterranean Film Festival in Brussels  

06/12

A freezing year for Samuel Collardey in Une année polaire

A freezing year for Samuel Collardey in Une année polaire

In January, the filmmaker will head to Greenland to kick off the shoot for an eye-opening documentary, produced by Geko Films and sold by Kinology  

06/12 | Production | France

At Hostar: An internet phenomenon that made for a wildly successful feature film

At Hostar: An internet phenomenon that made for a wildly successful feature film

Luka Marčetič's independent, zero-budget satire on provincial life is proving to be immensely popular with Slovenian audiences  

06/12 | Films | Slovenia

The Mostar Film Festival celebrates actors

The Mostar Film Festival celebrates actors

The tenth edition of the event became competitive and awarded actors from On the Other Side, Ministry of Love and Death in Sarajevo  

06/12 | Festivals | Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Bulgarian National Film Center announces grant winners

The Bulgarian National Film Center announces grant winners

A total of €2 million will be shared by the winning fiction and documentary features, short films and screenplays in development  

06/12 | Funding | Bulgaria

Soy Nero wins the Belgrade Festival of Auteur Film

Soy Nero wins the Belgrade Festival of Auteur Film

Cristi Puiu won Best Director for Sieranevada, while Mehmet Can Mertoglu's Albüm received the Special Jury Prize  

06/12 | Festivals | Serbia

Andrus Ansip: “Piracy is the real headache of European cinema”

Andrus Ansip: “Piracy is the real headache of European cinema”

The European Film Forum drew to a close with some conclusions about distribution, the fight against piracy and the balance between the portability and territoriality of European productions  

05/12 | Industry | Europe

Wallimage supporting Duelles, the new film by Olivier Masset-Depasse

Wallimage supporting Duelles, the new film by Olivier Masset-Depasse

The first Belgian co-production for Netflix, La Femme la plus assassinée du monde, has also been accepted for funding, in addition to three animation projects  

05/12 | Funding | Belgium

Bergamo Film Meeting to honour Miloš Forman

Bergamo Film Meeting to honour Miloš Forman

The 35th edition will take place from March 11 to 19, 2017: a big retrospective on the works of the award-winning Czech director will usher in an edition full of surprises  

05/12 | Bergamo 2017

Pavel Lungin  • Director

Interview: Pavel Lungin • Director

"Opera resembles cinema with its emotional charge"

Russian director Pavel Lungin is back with Queen of Spades, which had its international premiere at Tallinn's Black Nights Film Festival  

05/12

6 young female directors for Emergence

6 young female directors for Emergence

The 19th session will support debut features by Cristèle Alves Meira, Emilie Carpentier, Gaëlle Denis, Tamara Erde, Camille Lugan and Alexe Poukine  

05/12 | Production | France

Iulia Stoian starts searching for The Invisibles

Iulia Stoian starts searching for The Invisibles

The documentary feature about an undocumented family will be shot over the next 12 months  

05/12 | Production | Romania

Julie Delpy set for My Zoe

Julie Delpy set for My Zoe

Acclaimed actress’ new directorial venture to star herself, Daniel Brühl and Gemma Arterton  

05/12 | Production | UK/France

A new annual admissions record in sight in France

A new annual admissions record in sight in France

French movie theatres have already drawn in 188.6 million viewers between January and the end of November, and are well on their way to a new annual record  

05/12 | Box office | France

Norwegian pubcaster NRK readying two major series

Norwegian pubcaster NRK readying two major series

After the international success of Nobel - Peace at Any Price, next on the line-up of Norwegian TV dramas are State of Happiness and Home Ground  

05/12 | Television | Norway

Eldorado XXI wins Porto/Post/Doc

Eldorado XXI wins Porto/Post/Doc

Salomé Lamas’ second feature-length documentary has become the first Portuguese production to take home the festival’s top award  

05/12 | Festivals | Portugal

American Honey, Under the Shadow win big at BIFAs

American Honey, Under the Shadow win big at BIFAs

I, Daniel Blake scores acting wins  

05/12 | Awards | UK

The Moomins will be back for Christmas – next year

The Moomins will be back for Christmas – next year

A new, fully animated feature starring Tove Jansson’s troll family has been announced via the release of a music video in 23 languages  

05/12 | Production | Finland

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