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As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette, Toni Erdmann vie for the LUX Prize

As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette, Toni Erdmann vie for the LUX Prize

Stories about families and friendship supported by the FFA

Stories about families and friendship supported by the FFA

Call for projects for the second edition of Arché

Call for projects for the second edition of Arché

Five new titles get the Netherlands Film Fund’s support

Five new titles get the Netherlands Film Fund’s support

Ederly: More than just a cinematic conundrum

Ederly: More than just a cinematic conundrum

Polish filmmaker Piotr Dumala continues to hone his distinctive signature style and aesthetics in his sophomore feature  

27/07 | Festivals | Poland

That’s a wrap for Nakache and Toledano’s C’est la vie

That’s a wrap for Nakache and Toledano’s C’est la vie

The duo responsible for The Intouchables is set to finish principal photography for their sixth feature, an ensemble film produced by Quad Films and sold by Gaumont  

27/07 | Production | France

María y los demás to battle it out in the Nuev@s Director@s section of San Sebastián

María y los demás to battle it out in the Nuev@s Director@s section of San Sebastián

The eagerly awaited feature debut by Spaniard Nely Reguera will lock horns with 13 other first and second films, eight of which are also European  

26/07 | San Sebastián 2016

Emiliano Rocha Minter  • Director

Interview: Emiliano Rocha Minter • Director

"Imagination is always linked to reality"

Cineuropa sat down with Emiliano Rocha Minter, whose film We Are the Flesh is being presented at the Fantasia IFF, to discuss the title’s aesthetics and confrontational nature  

27/07

Magnus to open this year’s Nordisk Panorama in Malmö

Magnus to open this year’s Nordisk Panorama in Malmö

There are 50 entries in the official selection of the largest Scandinavian documentary film festival, which this year takes place from 16-21 September  

27/07 | Festivals | Sweden

Films galore from the UK and Ireland in the Toronto selection

Films galore from the UK and Ireland in the Toronto selection

World premieres include Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest and Jim Sheridan’s The Secret Scripture  

27/07 | Toronto 2016

Female creativity and new auteurs at the 13th edition of the Venice Days

Female creativity and new auteurs at the 13th edition of the Venice Days

In the running are Edoardo De Angelis and Marco Danieli. Today in Rome the three finalists for the LUX Prize were also announced: As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette and Toni Erdmann  

26/07 | Venice 2016 | Venice Days

Giffoni Film Festival: The winners of the 46th edition

Giffoni Film Festival: The winners of the 46th edition

The Gryphon Award for the Generator +18 section goes to the acclaimed Urban Hymn by Scottish filmmaker Michael Caton-Jones. Chicken by English director Joe Stephenson is declared 2nd Classified  

26/07 | Festivals | Italy

Sami Bouajila to head up the cast of La moutonnière

Sami Bouajila to head up the cast of La moutonnière

Shooting for Sofia Djama’s first feature film, a Liaison Cinématographique production to be sold by Bac Films, is slated for September  

26/07 | Production | France

As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette, Toni Erdmann vie for the LUX Prize

As I Open My Eyes, My Life as a Courgette, Toni Erdmann vie for the LUX Prize

This year’s Official Competition has been unveiled at the Venice Days press conference  

26/07 | Lux Prize 2016

Stories about families and friendship supported by the FFA

Stories about families and friendship supported by the FFA

Half of the new batch of films that are receiving production support from the FFA in Germany will be directed by female filmmakers  

26/07 | Funding | Germany

Call for projects for the second edition of Arché

Call for projects for the second edition of Arché

The lab dedicated to project development is open to Portuguese, Spanish and Swiss titles  

26/07 | Industry | Portugal

Five new titles get the Netherlands Film Fund’s support

Five new titles get the Netherlands Film Fund’s support

New films by Clara van Gool, Pim van Hoeve and Sacha Polak are among the selected projects  

26/07 | Funding | Netherlands

Julia Sinkevych  • Executive producer, Odessa International Film Festival

Interview: Julia Sinkevych • Executive producer, Odessa International Film Festival

“The Ukrainian film industry is currently going through a reform”

Last Friday, Cineuropa met up with Julia Sinkevych, the executive producer of the Odessa International Film Festival, the 7th edition of which wrapped this weekend  

26/07

A double entry for Greek features at Locarno

A double entry for Greek features at Locarno

Grozeva and Valchanov’s follow-up to The Lesson will premiere in the International Competition, while Stergios Paschos’ Afterlov will bow in Filmmakers of the Present  

26/07 | Locarno 2016 | Greece

Embrace of the Serpent sweeps the Platino Awards

Embrace of the Serpent sweeps the Platino Awards

The third edition of the awards gave seven trophies to the stunning film by Colombia’s Ciro Guerra  

25/07 | Awards | Spain/Latin America

Carlo Chatrian  • Director, Locarno Film Festival

Interview: Carlo Chatrian • Director, Locarno Film Festival

“The challenge is to show works that are strong enough to take on a huge screen”

Carlo Chatrian, the artistic director of the Locarno International Film Festival, talks to us about the 69th edition  

25/07

The line-up of Venice's 31st International Critics’ Week unveiled

The line-up of Venice's 31st International Critics’ Week unveiled

The Critics’ Union has unveiled the programme for the parallel and independent section of the festival, which will be held from 31 August-10 September  

25/07 | Venice 2016 | International Critics’ Week

Odessa’s Grand Prix Golden Duke goes to Chanya Button’s Burn Burn Burn

Odessa’s Grand Prix Golden Duke goes to Chanya Button’s Burn Burn Burn

Illegitimate, Death by Death and The Nest of the Turtledove also went home with awards  

25/07 | Odessa 2016 | Awards

The Nest of the Turtledove: Leaving, then coming back

The Nest of the Turtledove: Leaving, then coming back

Ukrainian director Taras Tkachenko uses his first film, which won the Award for Best Ukrainian Feature at Odessa, to tackle the subject of economic migration through a story about returning home  

25/07 | Odessa 2016

Shooting starts for Elsa Diringer’s Luna

Shooting starts for Elsa Diringer’s Luna

The director’s first feature film, an Ex Nihilo production to be sold by Pyramide, features a cast headed up by Laëtitia Clément and Rod Paradot  

25/07 | Production | France

Mira Fornay eyes the episodic format

Mira Fornay eyes the episodic format

The Carpathian Beast might be the Slovakian filmmaker’s shot at quality TV  

25/07 | Television | Slovakia

The Venice 73, Orizzonti and Lion of the Future juries unveiled

The Venice 73, Orizzonti and Lion of the Future juries unveiled

Chairs Sam Mendes, Robert Guédiguian and Kim Rossi Stuart will be flanked by eight, six and four jury members, respectively  

25/07 | Venice 2016 | Juries

Toni Erdmann wins at the European Film Festival Palić

Toni Erdmann wins at the European Film Festival Palić

The Best Director Award went to Cristian Mungiu, while Lily Lane was crowned Best Film in the Eastern European section  

25/07 | Festivals | Serbia

Ventotene Film Festival as a symbol of a united Europe

Ventotene Film Festival as a symbol of a united Europe

This year sees an important addition to the festival: the International #Open Frontiers# Competition, reserved for docufilms on integration. The Vento d’Europe Prize goes to Silvia Costa  

22/07 | Festivals | Italy

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