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Talulah Riley shoots Scottish Mussel

Talulah Riley shoots Scottish Mussel

Fino a qui tutto bene: five characters in search of a future

Fino a qui tutto bene: five characters in search of a future

Nathalie Baye and Malik Zidi shooting La volante

Nathalie Baye and Malik Zidi shooting La volante

Maurizio Sciarra shoots a co-production with China

Maurizio Sciarra shoots a co-production with China

The most wanted films at the Rome Film Festival

The most wanted films at the Rome Film Festival

German films such as the romcom Love, Rosie saw teenagers flocking to the red carpet  

24/10 | Rome 2014 | Germany

Marry Me: everyone’s spouse

Marry Me: everyone’s spouse

The Valladolid International Film Festival is world-premiering a comedy directed by Belgium’s Kadir Balci, who gracefully depicts a clash of different cultures, personalities and ethnic groups  

23/10 | Festivals | Spain

The Ice Forest: a high altitude noir

The Ice Forest: a high altitude noir

Claudio Noce’s new film unveils the murky mysteries of a small and seemingly tranquil Alpine village. With Emir Kusturica, Ksenia Rappoport, Adriano Giannini and Domenico Diele  

24/10 | Rome 2014 | Cinema d’Oggi

Ffilm Cymru Wales launches new Cross Media Fund

Ffilm Cymru Wales launches new Cross Media Fund

£50,000 to be made available for multimedia projects  

24/10 | Funding | UK

Czech Television readies first projects for Arte

Czech Television readies first projects for Arte

The partnership with the European culture-focused public-service television channel is bearing its first fruit  

24/10 | Production | Czech Republic

Mediterranean films shine at Montpellier

Mediterranean films shine at Montpellier

12 titles are duking it out for the Golden Antigone 2014, while the gathering also includes a focus on “the Greek New Wave”, amongst a raft of other events  

24/10 | Festivals | France

Gente de bien wins the Grand Prix for Best Film at the 41st Film Fest Gent

Gente de bien wins the Grand Prix for Best Film at the 41st Film Fest Gent

Among other prizes, Jauja by Lisandro Alonso received a Special Mention from the jury and the winners of the short-film competitions were also announced  

24/10 | Festivals | Belgium

Peter de Rome, Open Up to Me to bookend Fringe!

Peter de Rome, Open Up to Me to bookend Fringe!

Queer Film and Arts Festival grows in its fourth year  

24/10 | Festivals | UK

Martti Helde  • Director

Interview: Martti Helde • Director

"I'm guided by my inner feelings - what gets me going, what is important to create for society"

Cineuropa chatted to director Martti Helde in the wake of the success experienced by his feature debut, In the Crosswind  

24/10

France, Germany and Italy call the Council of the European Union's attention to the cinematic arts

France, Germany and Italy call the Council of the European Union's attention to the cinematic arts

On the occasion of the "Audiovisual Market and Regulation" conference, Peter Dinges, Roberto Cicutto and Jean-Paul Salomé raised a number of crucial questions concerning the future of European cinema  

24/10 | Institutions | Europe

Talulah Riley shoots Scottish Mussel

Talulah Riley shoots Scottish Mussel

Martin Compston, Joe Thomas and Harry Enfield amongst cast members  

23/10 | Production | UK

Noah’s Ark: parallel universes

Noah’s Ark: parallel universes

Adán Aliaga and David Valero combine their peculiar universes in the only Spanish film competing in the Official Section of the 59th Valladolid International Film Festival  

22/10 | Festivals | Spain

Crime thriller Waterline stands out from the crowd at Tofifest

Crime thriller Waterline stands out from the crowd at Tofifest

The feature debut by Michal Otlowski, starring the fantastic Jowita Budnik, is also showing in Polish theatres  

23/10 | Festivals | Poland

Causeway Pictures scares up Irish Gothic label with The Morrigan

Causeway Pictures scares up Irish Gothic label with The Morrigan

Company slate will produce ten features over five years  

23/10 | Production | UK

Dumitru Budrala  • President, Astra Film Festival

Interview: Dumitru Budrala • President, Astra Film Festival

“Documentary is the spearhead of cinema”

Astra Film Festival’s president, Dumitru Budrala, chatted to Cineuropa about the challenges of organising the gathering and his future plans  

23/10

Fino a qui tutto bene: five characters in search of a future

Fino a qui tutto bene: five characters in search of a future

Roan Johnson returns to the Rome Film Festival with his second film, a light-hearted comedy about the moment when university ends and life begins, supported by a cast of fantastic young actors  

22/10 | Rome 2014 | Prospettive Italia

Nathalie Baye and Malik Zidi shooting La volante

Nathalie Baye and Malik Zidi shooting La volante

Directed by Christophe Ali and Nicolas Bonilauri, the feature, produced by Cinema Defacto and Tarantula, will be sold internationally by Bac Films  

23/10 | Production | France

Maurizio Sciarra shoots a co-production with China

Maurizio Sciarra shoots a co-production with China

Agreement signed at the Rome market between Urania Pictures and Chinese Stephen Lam from Sil Metropole for a film written by Ni Zhen (Raise the Red Lantern 

22/10 | The Business Street 2014

Nordic Film Weekend at Oslo’s Film House

Nordic Film Weekend at Oslo’s Film House

The Norwegian Film Institute will present the five nominees for the Nordic Council Film Prize, with introductions by the filmmakers  

23/10 | Awards | Nordic countries

After the war, Tordenskiold is ready for his real battle

After the war, Tordenskiold is ready for his real battle

Henrik Ruben Genz casts Jakob Oftebro as the 18th-century Danish naval hero in his “atypical and cheeky period film”  

23/10 | Production | Denmark

The biggest documentary film festival in Central Europe kicks off in Jihlava

The biggest documentary film festival in Central Europe kicks off in Jihlava

Fifty-seven world, international and European premieres will be hosted by the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival  

23/10 | Festivals | Czech Republic

Buoni a nulla, or the art of knowing how to say no

Buoni a nulla, or the art of knowing how to say no

Gianni Di Gregorio presents his new film, a hilarious and well-constructed comedy on the need to be respected, at the Rome Film Festival  

18/10 | Rome 2014 | Gala

Lisbon and Estoril MEO Film Festival all set for its eighth edition

Lisbon and Estoril MEO Film Festival all set for its eighth edition

Among the guests at the gathering will be US director Abel Ferrara, who will be presenting his two latest films, Welcome to New York and Pasolini  

22/10 | Festivals | Portugal

Sam Mendes’ Neal Street Productions announces Magic Faraway Tree adaptations

Sam Mendes’ Neal Street Productions announces Magic Faraway Tree adaptations

Enid Blyton’s popular series to become live action films  

22/10 | Production | UK

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