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Hungry Hearts, an indigo child among us

Hungry Hearts, an indigo child among us

Goodnight Mommy: hold on, kids!

Goodnight Mommy: hold on, kids!

Senza nessuna pietà, a criminal tale

Senza nessuna pietà, a criminal tale

Métamorphoses: men and deities in the French suburbs

Métamorphoses: men and deities in the French suburbs

Near Death Experience : Houellebecq takes his retirement

Near Death Experience : Houellebecq takes his retirement

VENICE 2014: In the new film from Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern, a Michel Houellebecq wearing cycling shorts marches solo to his death  

01/09 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

Mikosha stops time for the Backlot at Telluride

Mikosha stops time for the Backlot at Telluride

Gunilla Bresky’s award-winning documentary on Russian WW2 photographer Vladislav Mikosha is screening at the US film festival  

01/09 | Festivals | Sweden/US

European Film Academy opens vote for People’s Choice Award 2014

European Film Academy opens vote for People’s Choice Award 2014

Amongst the nominees are films including Ida, Nymphomaniac and Two Days, One Night  

01/09 | European Film Awards 2014

The Cut: the Armenian Genocide, as seen by Fatih Akin

The Cut: the Armenian Genocide, as seen by Fatih Akin

VENICE 2014: The latest film by Fatih Akin is in competition at the Venice Film Festival and tells the story of the epic quest of a mute father, a survivor of the Armenian Genocide who crosses the...  

01/09 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Hike for your life, Far from Men

Hike for your life, Far from Men

VENICE 2014: This French western set against the backdrop of the Algerian Revolution rolls out the Venice competition’s red carpet for Viggo Mortensen, Reda Kateb and David Oelhoffen  

01/09 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Showcase for Ciné-Sud Promotion at Venice and Toronto

Showcase for Ciné-Sud Promotion at Venice and Toronto

World premieres for Flapping in the Middle of Nowhere and Red Rose, plus a torrent of projects for Thierry Lenouvel’s outfit  

01/09 | Production | France

Four producers join forces for Good Company Films

Four producers join forces for Good Company Films

Danish producers Vibeke Windeløv, Ole Søndberg, Stinna Lassen and Anni Fernandez launch a new firm in Copenhagen  

01/09 | Production | Denmark

RE-ACT: regional fund to boost Italian, Slovene and Croatian feature co-productions

RE-ACT: regional fund to boost Italian, Slovene and Croatian feature co-productions

Venice Film Market launches a brand new transregional initiative for co-developing audiovisual projects and fostering international co-productions  

01/09 | Industry | Italy/Slovenia/Croatia

Gemma Bovery: the Luchini effect

Gemma Bovery: the Luchini effect

In French: Based on the 1999 graphic novel of the same name by Posy Simmonds, Gemma Bovery ingratiated itself with the audience at the Angoulême French Film Festival  

01/09 | FESTIVALS | France

Hungry Hearts, an indigo child among us

Hungry Hearts, an indigo child among us

VENICE 2014: Saverio Costanzo with his fourth movie – a family drama filmed as a thriller in an unwelcoming New York  

31/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Senza nessuna pietà, a criminal tale

Senza nessuna pietà, a criminal tale

VENICE 2014: Newcomer Michele Alhaique directs Piefrancesco Favino in a metropolitan noir that seems like a spinoff of Romanzo criminale (Criminal novel)  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

Goodnight Mommy: hold on, kids!

Goodnight Mommy: hold on, kids!

VENICE 2014: The Austrian film in the Horizons section is strange and wonderfully aesthetic and promises a terrifying experience that will take your breath away  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

Métamorphoses: men and deities in the French suburbs

Métamorphoses: men and deities in the French suburbs

VENICE 2014: Christophe Honoré revisits Ovid with a modern twist and a cast of young actors who are mostly newcomers  

31/08 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

Keith Miller  • Director

Interview: Keith Miller • Director

Interview - Venice Days 2014

VENICE 2014: At a special event at Venice Days, the film by US director Keith Miller portrays New York gang culture, effectively blending fiction with real life  

30/08

3 Hearts ablaze, one heart extinguished

3 Hearts ablaze, one heart extinguished

VENICE 2014: In competition at the Mostra, Benoît Jacquot has presented a love triangle with a hint of Greek tragedy, starring Benoît Poelvoorde, Chiara Mastroianni and Charlotte Gainsbourg  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

The Obscene Life, a psychedelic journey into self-destruction

The Obscene Life, a psychedelic journey into self-destruction

VENICE 2014: Renato De Maria explores loss and re-invention with the help of a young Clément Métayer  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

In the Basement: notes from the Austrian underground

In the Basement: notes from the Austrian underground

VENICE 2014: In the wake of his Paradise trilogy, Ulrich Seidl descends into Viennese basements to discover the special places where passions and obsessions are nurtured  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Out of competition

They Have Escaped, two young outsiders on the run

They Have Escaped, two young outsiders on the run

VENICE 2014: (In Italian) The director of Visitor is back on the Lido with a sort of modern fairy tale that tells the story of how a troubled boy and girl run away  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

Norwegian Cannonball Run leads local box office

Norwegian Cannonball Run leads local box office

After two weeks, Hallvard Bræin’s feature debut, Børning, is closing in on 300,000 admissions, while producer John M Jacobsen is preparing the sequel  

29/08 | Box office | Norway

Black Souls, portrait of a criminal family

Black Souls, portrait of a criminal family

VENICE 2014: In Francesco Munzi’s film a war between mafia families in Calabria transforms and flares into blood ties, endangering age-old dynamics  

29/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Pathé International heads to Toronto

Pathé International heads to Toronto

The company’s line-up boasts Venice competitor Far from Men and Ava Duvernay’s Selma, a film about Martin Luther King that is currently in post-production  

29/08 | Sales | France

Ida could be on track for an Oscar

Ida could be on track for an Oscar

The already multi-award-winning film by Pawel Pawlikowski will represent Poland in the race for the nomination for the next Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film  

29/08 | Oscars 2015 | Poland

FIAPF accredits Black Nights Film Festival as a non-specialised competition

FIAPF accredits Black Nights Film Festival as a non-specialised competition

The decision places the Estonian festival in the same league as Cannes and Berlin, allowing it to stake a claim as one of the 15 most important in the world  

29/08 | Festivals | Estonia

The Absent One will be present at Austin’s Fantastic Fest

The Absent One will be present at Austin’s Fantastic Fest

The largest genre film festival in the US has also selected Anders Morgenthaler’s I Am Here and Hans Petter Moland’s In Order of Disappearance  

29/08 | Festivals | Denmark/US

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