STREAMS Festival, connecting film to the Internet
- EuroVoD launches the second edition of the European film online festival with 17 recent feature films and, for the first time, two awards
The network of independent European Video on Demand platforms EuroVoD launches the second edition of the STREAMS Festival – the first European film festival taking place entirely online. From November 15 to December 15, Internet users from the 9 participant countries will be able to enjoy the screenings of 17 European recent feature films – two from each country, and one from Iceland.
STREAMS’ selection showcases films outside their country of origin for the first time. The films are: Dragomir Sholev’s Shelter [+see also:
film profile] and Ilian Djevelekov’s Love.net (Bulgaria), Paul Lacoste’s Entre les bras and Dorothée Sebbagh’s Chercher le garçon [+see also:
film profile] (France), Pascal Bergamin’s Nice Guy and Samuel Schwarz & Julian Grünthal’s Mary & Johnny [+see also:
film profile] (Switzerland), Hammudi Al-Rahmoun’s Otel·lo [+see also:
film profile] and Alfonso Amador’s Enxaneta (Spain), Ed Moschitz’s Mama Illegal and Sabine Hiebler & Gerhard Ertl’s Anfang 80 [+see also:
film profile] (Austria), Géraldine Doignon’s De leur vivant and Jonas d’Adesky’s Twa Timoun [+see also:
film profile] (Belgium), Jan Schütte’s Leg ihn um and Christos Georgiou’s Small Crime [+see also:
film profile] (Germany), Pat Collins’s Silence [+see also:
film profile] and Tim Robinson: Connemara (Ireland) and Marteinn Thorsson’s XL [+see also:
interview: Marteinn Thorsson and Ólafu…
film profile] (Iceland).
The jury will award a prize (3,500€) to the best film; and audiences will be able to vote for their favourite film in the Public Award.
EuroVoD’s platforms where the festival will happen are France and Belgium’s UniversCiné, Spain’s Filmin, Ireland’s Volta, Germany’s Good!Movies, Austria’s Flimmit, Switzerland’s LeKino.ch, Bulgaria’s Netcinema.bg and Iceland’s Icelandic Cinema Online.
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