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Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Ivan crowned Best Feature Film at LET’S CEE

Ivan crowned Best Feature Film at LET’S CEE

Review: Ana by Day

Review: Ana by Day

Review: Virgins

Review: Virgins

MPM Premium aims to sell Rafiki

MPM Premium aims to sell Rafiki

The French company will be touching down at Cannes to sell the film by Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu, co-produced by Europe and due to be unveiled in the Un Certain Regard section  

23/04 | Cannes 2018 | Market

French VR crosses the Atlantic with French Immersion

French VR crosses the Atlantic with French Immersion

The new programme initiated by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the USA, in partnership with UniFrance, the CNC and the Institut Français, aims to promote VR productions in the USA  

23/04 | Industry | France/USA

Review: Genesis 2.0

Review: Genesis 2.0

Christian Frei and Maxim Arbugaev's new film imagines a somewhat bizarre future that looms on the horizon like a treacherous and feverish threat  

23/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Jens Lien’s sci-fi series Beforeigners gets funded by NFI

Jens Lien’s sci-fi series Beforeigners gets funded by NFI

Created by the Lilyhammer writing duo, Anne Bjørnstad and Eilif Skodvin, and produced by Rubicon TV, this is the first Norwegian Original Series for HBO Nordic  

23/04 | Television | Norway

Review: Srbenka

Review: Srbenka

Nebojša Slijepčević's eagerly anticipated documentary on the controversial murder of a 12-year-old girl explores the issue through work on a theatre play about the same subject  

23/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Netflix presents a new batch of European series, and produces an Italian film

Netflix presents a new batch of European series, and produces an Italian film

Netflix announces plans for 55 new non-American productions, including European projects such as the TV series Money Heist, The Wave, Luna Nera and Antonio Morabito’s new film  

23/04 | Production | Europe

The Trial triumphs at Visions du Réel

The Trial triumphs at Visions du Réel

Other winners include Island of the Hungry Ghosts and The Still Life of Harley Prosper; Chaco has won Best Swiss Film, while the Audience Award went to When Arabs Danced  

23/04 | Visions du Réel 2018 | Awards

87 French productions on show in Hollywood

87 French productions on show in Hollywood

The 22nd edition of the COLCOA (City of Lights, City of Angels) festival is unspooling in Los Angeles from 23-30 April  

23/04 | Festivals | France/USA

Elena Trapé’s The Distances scoops three Biznagas at Málaga

Elena Trapé’s The Distances scoops three Biznagas at Málaga

The movie by the Catalan filmmaker has been crowned with the Best Film Award, Best Director Award and Best Actress Award for Alexandra Jiménez  

23/04 | Málaga 2018 | Awards

Karlovy Vary to spotlight poetic documentaries from the Baltic region

Karlovy Vary to spotlight poetic documentaries from the Baltic region

The biggest Czech film event will this year honour Miloš Forman, and celebrate Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian poetic documentaries  

23/04 | Karlovy Vary 2018

Review: Funny Cow

Review: Funny Cow

Maxine Peake shines as a 1970s female comedian in this film directed by Adrian Shergold  

23/04 | Films | UK

Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Review: Smuggling Hendrix

Cypriot debutant writer-director Marios Piperides explores the ongoing dispute in his homeland in a comic and absurd way that aims to break down borders  

23/04 | Tribeca 2018

Ivan crowned Best Feature Film at LET’S CEE

Ivan crowned Best Feature Film at LET’S CEE

It’s a wrap for the sixth edition of the LET’S CEE Film Festival, with 11 awards handed out in the gathering’s main cinema venue, the Urania  

23/04 | Festivals | Austria

Review: 1999 - Wish You Were Here

Review: 1999 - Wish You Were Here

The new film from Canadian director Samara Chadwick, presented in the national competition of the Visions du Réel Festival, explores the torments of youth with lyricism and courage  

20/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Review: Ana by Day

Review: Ana by Day

Multi-talented Spanish artist Andrea Jaurrieta surprises viewers with a daring first film alternating suspense and surrealism  

20/04 | Malaga 2018

Francesco Mandelli shoots Bene ma non benissimo

Francesco Mandelli shoots Bene ma non benissimo

The actor-screenwriter who gave us I soliti idioti turns director with a comedy about bullying at school, spearheaded by young actress Francesca Giordano and produced by Viva Productions  

20/04 | Production | Italy

Felice Laudadio • Artistic Director, Bif&st

Interview: Felice Laudadio • Artistic Director, Bif&st

"We look for originality of thought"

We jumped at the chance to chat with Felice Laudadio, artistic director of the Bari International Film Festival (Bif&st) since its inception  

20/04

Review: Virgins

Review: Virgins

Keren Ben Rafael puts her name to an endearing first full-length film: a coming-of-age tale about the importance of nurturing our inner child  

20/04 | Tribeca 2018 | Competition

Fugue at the forefront of Alpha Violet’s Cannes line-up

Fugue at the forefront of Alpha Violet’s Cannes line-up

Cannes will see the French firm sell the second full-length film by Polish director, Agnieszka Smoczyńska, competing this year in Critics’ Week  

20/04 | Cannes 2018 | Markets

European, world and queer cinema in the spotlight in Skopje

European, world and queer cinema in the spotlight in Skopje

The 21st Skopje Film Festival brings a wide array of films to Macedonia from 19 to 26 April  

20/04 | Festivals | Macedonia

Immersive documentary Vestige is snapped up ahead of Tribeca

Immersive documentary Vestige is snapped up ahead of Tribeca

British sales agent Other Set buys the room-scale, non-fiction experience directed by Aaron Bradbury and produced by UK’s NSC Creative and French Atlas V, ahead of its world premiere  

20/04 | Industry | UK/France/USA

Marcin Łunkiewicz • VR producer

Interview: Marcin Łunkiewicz • VR producer

"VR shouldn't be reduced to a mere experience"

We sat down to chat with Marcin Łunkiewicz, founder of mimo.ooo, who has hosted a master class on Virtual Reality Cinema at the Let's CEE Film Festival  

20/04

Emmanuel Finkiel to preside over the Golden Eye jury at Cannes Film Festival

Emmanuel Finkiel to preside over the Golden Eye jury at Cannes Film Festival

The French filmmaker will head up the jury deciding on the best overall documentary from across the many Cannes selections  

20/04 | Cannes 2018 | Jury

Lone Scherfig has begun filming on her new project

Lone Scherfig has begun filming on her new project

Formerly known as Secrets of the Russian Tea Room, this new and as yet untitled project boasts an international cast and is the director’s first Danish-produced film in over a decade  

20/04 | Production | Denmark/Canada/France/Germany/Sweden

Review: The Distances

Review: The Distances

Elena Trapé demonstrates audacity and talent in her new film where a reunion between long-time friends in Berlin very quickly turns sour as a result of lies and disillusion  

19/04 | Malaga 2018

Review: A Bright Light - Karen and the Process

Review: A Bright Light - Karen and the Process

Emmanuelle Antille presents her latest project – a portrait of one of the most iconic (and private) artists in the history of music - at the Visions du Réel Film Festival  

19/04 | Visions du Réel 2018

Review: Breaths

Review: Breaths

Presented as a special event at the Lecce Film Festival, the first full-length film by Alberto Fiorillo is an intricate psychological thriller, featuring Alessio Boni  

19/04 | Lecce 2018

Three UDI trump cards showcased in Cannes

Three UDI trump cards showcased in Cannes

Featured in the line-up, My Favourite Fabric in the Un Certain Regard section, Chris the Swiss for Critics’ Week and Cassandro the Exotico ! for ACID  

19/04 | Cannes 2018 | Market

28 Times Cinema opens call for applications

28 Times Cinema opens call for applications

The LUX Prize, Europa Cinemas, Venice's Giornate degli Autori and in Cineuropa invite 28 young cinephiles to visit the Venice Film Festival  

19/04 | Venice 2018

Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Three new films enter the competition in Cannes

Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Yann Gonzalez and Sergey Dvortsevoy are all now in the race for the Palme d’Or. Lars von Trier will feature out of competition, while Terry Gilliam will close the festival  

19/04 | Cannes 2018 | Official Selection

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