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Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

Brussels in turn gets itself a regional fund, Screen.brussels

On Monday the Brussels Region officially presented its new audiovisual support platform, Screen.brussels  

04/05 | Institutions | Belgium

Milan Stojanović

Interview: Milan Stojanović

Producers on the Move 2016 - Serbia

Serbian producer Milan Stojanović broke out internationally with Barbarians, and is now preparing The Users, The Forbidden Aunt and Classroom Rascals  

04/05

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

The perfect dinner to corrupt Il ministro

Gianmarco Tognazzi plays a businessman without scruples aiming to secure a contract worth millions in this black comedy directed by Giorgio Amato, which hits Italian cinemas on 5 May  

04/05 | Films | Italy

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

The D’A awards the sensitivity of Oleg and the Rare Arts

The Barcelona International Auteur Film Festival awards the Talents prize to the documentary by Andrés Duque on Russian musician Karavaichuk  

03/05 | Festivals | Spain

Donato Rotunno • Director

Interview: Donato Rotunno • Director

Interview

Luxembourgish director and producer Donato Rotunno presented his Baby(a)lone at the Lecce European Film Festival, a film that excited audiences of the festival  

10/04

Catharine Des Forges • Director, Independent Cinema Office

Interview: Catharine Des Forges • Director, Independent Cinema Office

"Being business minded will enable you to be creative"

Independent Cinema Office director Catharine Des Forges talks to Cineuropa about the exhibition sector's challenges and opportunities  

04/05

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects

Sheffield Doc/Fest reveals MeetMarket, Alternate Realities Market projects

65 projects chosen for MeetMarket, 25 for Alternate Realities  

04/05 | Industry | UK

Camille Neel  • Exporter

Interview: Camille Neel • Exporter

"Purchases are made based on the intrinsic marketing of the film"

The trump cards of the line-up for Cannes and decoding market trends with Camille Neel, director of international sales at Le Pacte  

04/05

My Life as a Courgette and In Bed With Victoria for Indie Sales

My Life as a Courgette and In Bed With Victoria for Indie Sales

Heading up the line-up is Claude Barras’ animated film, which has been chosen for Directors’ Fortnight, and Justine Triet’s feature, which will open Critics’ Week  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Børning 2 will run on ice for Sweden’s SF International

Børning 2 will run on ice for Sweden’s SF International

The Swedish major’s sales agent will promote new films by Hallvard Bræin, Rasmus A Sivertsen, Helena Bergström and Catti Edfeldt and Lena Hanno Clyne at Cannes  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Nordic countries

Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

Norwegian and Danish films complete TrustNordisk’s Cannes slate

New films by Norwegian director Mikkel B Sandemose and Danish director Peter Schønau Fog are the latest additions to the Danish company’s 2016 line-up  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Nordic countries

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

Two contenders for the Palme d’Or in Memento’s line-up

With Slack Bay by Bruno Dumont and Le Client by Asghar Farhadi in competition, this year’s Film Market looks very promising  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Wolf and Sheep for Alpha Violet

Standing out in the Cannes line-up for the Parisian sales company is the debut feature by Shahrbanoo Sadat, which has been selected for Directors’ Fortnight  

04/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

Box office hit record high in the European Union in 2015

EU gross box office reached a record high of around €7.3 billion in 2015, and film production rose again to over 1,600 feature films  

04/05

TVCO backing the thriller Ghost Mountaineer

TVCO backing the thriller Ghost Mountaineer

The Roman company led by Vincenzo Mosca is selling the debut feature film by Estonian director Urmas Eero Liiv, along with The Son by Federico Cruciani and Bagnoli Jungle by Antonio Capuano  

03/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/Italy

Charles Tesson  • General Delegate of Critics’ Week

Interview: Charles Tesson • General Delegate of Critics’ Week

"I’m drawn to films that come from where you don’t expect them to"

Charles Tesson, the General Delegate of Critics’ Week at Cannes, comments on his selection for 2016  

03/05

Two Swiss animated films at the Cannes Film Festival

Two Swiss animated films at the Cannes Film Festival

My Life as a Courgette by Claude Barras and Par mauvais temps by Remo Scherrer will have their world premieres at Cannes  

03/05 | Cannes 2016 | Switzerland

Dejan Zečević's The Rift launches in Serbia and Slovenia

Dejan Zečević's The Rift launches in Serbia and Slovenia

The sci-fi film from the producers of Killer Mermaid and the director of The Enemy starring Ken Foree has been released  

03/05 | Films | Serbia/Slovenia

Jake Gavin • Director

Interview: Jake Gavin • Director

Interview

Cineuropa interviewed British filmmaker Jake Gavin, present at the Lecce European Film Festival with his film Hector, starring Peter Mullan  

10/04

Danish classic Lucky Per to become €7.4m television series

Danish classic Lucky Per to become €7.4m television series

Danish Oscar-winning director Bille August has co-written and will direct the adaptation of author Henrik Pontoppidan’s 1904 classic  

03/05 | Production | Denmark

Málaga applauds brave contender Callback

Málaga applauds brave contender Callback

The everything but accommodating film by Carles Torras picked up three of the main awards at a 19th Spanish Film Festival marked by risk and authorship.  

03/05 | Málaga 2016 | Awards

Clash on the frontline for Pyramide

Clash on the frontline for Pyramide

Mohamed Diab’s film will open Un Certain Regard. Also featuring in the line-up is animated feature The Girl Without Hands and Daniel by Cyril Mennegun  

03/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

6.9 on the Richter Scale for Premium Films

6.9 on the Richter Scale for Premium Films

The French sales company will screen the market premiere of the new film by Romanian director Nae Caranfil, as well as My First Highway by Belgian filmmaker Kevin Meul  

03/05 | Cannes 2016 | Market/France

Dutch and French winners at Kristiansand

Dutch and French winners at Kristiansand

Arne Toonen’s Little Gangster and French director Rudi Rosenberg’s The New Kid took the top prizes at the Kristiansand Children’s Film Festival  

03/05 | Festivals | Norway

Treblinka gives Sérgio Tréfaut his third prize at IndieLisboa

Treblinka gives Sérgio Tréfaut his third prize at IndieLisboa

The film is partly based on the memories of Chil Rajchman, a Polish Jew who survived this infamous concentration camp  

03/05 | IndieLisboa 2016 | Awards

EFA submission
WTW Invisible Boy
Swiss Films Cannes

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