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French films gain traction abroad in 2017

French films gain traction abroad in 2017

Revenge: A violent rebirth

Revenge: A violent rebirth

More films join Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

More films join Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

European co-productions shine in the Oscar nominations

European co-productions shine in the Oscar nominations

Dunkirk and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri land 8 and 7 nods respectively, while the Old Continent is also present in every nominated Best Foreign Language Film  

23/01 | Oscars 2018

Summer 1993 scoops up multiple Feroz awards

Summer 1993 scoops up multiple Feroz awards

Carla Simón's debut feature gets four awards at the 5th edition of the AICE awards ceremony  

23/01 | Awards | Spain

Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival opens with Faces Places

Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival opens with Faces Places

Celebrating its 20th edition, Greece’s largest documentary gathering focuses on Agnès Varda, offers a carte blanche to Sara Driver and launches its new visual identity  

23/01 | Festivals | Greece

FIPA unveils its new formula

FIPA unveils its new formula

The 31st International Festival of Audiovisual Programs will take place from 23 to 28 January in Biarritz, and will include seven competitive sections  

23/01 | Festivals | France

Terratreme: Ten years and five titles at Rotterdam

Terratreme: Ten years and five titles at Rotterdam

Terratreme’s production Djon África is one of the eight features taking part in the Hivos Tiger Competition  

23/01 | Rotterdam 2018 | Portugal

Rachel Lang to attend Cinemart with Mon Légionnaire

Rachel Lang to attend Cinemart with Mon Légionnaire

The second feature film project by the director of Baden Baden is produced by the French outfit Chevaldeuxtrois and Belgian company Wrong Men  

23/01 | Production | France/Belgium

Filming kicks off on Un nemico che ti vuole bene

Filming kicks off on Un nemico che ti vuole bene

The Italian-Swiss director Denis Rabaglia will be shooting his third feature film in Puglia and the city of Gstaad. Starring Diego Abatantuono and Antonio Folletto  

23/01 | Production | Italy/Switzerland

Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident scoops up Guldbagge Awards

Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident scoops up Guldbagge Awards

Amanda Kernell’s debut Sámi Blood wins four Guldbagges, while Palme d’Or winner The Square by Ruben Östlund receives just two of the top Swedish prizes  

23/01 | Awards | Sweden

Grímur Hákonarson starts shooting The County

Grímur Hákonarson starts shooting The County

The Icelandic filmmaker and his producer Grímar Jónsson are getting ready for the highly anticipated follow-up to their hit film Rams  

23/01 | Production | Iceland/Denmark/Germany/France

Basque Audiovisual heading to the European Film Market

Basque Audiovisual heading to the European Film Market

The initiative will bring a catalogue of 28 Basque film productions along to the market  

23/01 | Sponsored

EFM Horizon 2018 expands into the future

EFM Horizon 2018 expands into the future

The EFM’s progressive market platform explores new technologies, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, diversity and new start-ups that will influence the film industry  

22/01 | Berlin 2018

Black Movie festival celebrates queer aesthetics

Black Movie festival celebrates queer aesthetics

The Genevan festival, the 19th edition of which is taking place from 19-28 January, continues its ascent in the world of independent cinema  

22/01 | Festival | Switzerland

French films gain traction abroad in 2017

French films gain traction abroad in 2017

With 80.5 million admissions and €468,000,000 in revenue in foreign cinemas last year, French cinema is flourishing  

22/01 | Industry | France

Revenge: A violent rebirth

Revenge: A violent rebirth

Get ready for extreme feminism, thrills, savagery and haemoglobin in Coralie Fargeat's irresistible hyper-stylised debut feature  

22/01 | Sundance 2018 | Midnight

More films join Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

More films join Berlin’s Competition and Berlinale Special

The new batch of films selected for the festival includes titles by Pernille Fischer Christensen, Martin Šulík and Rupert Everett  

22/01 | Berlin 2018 | Competition/Berlinale Special

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

And Breathe Normally: It’s just the system

Icelandic debutant Ísold Uggadóttir delivers a realistic social drama that tackles all the key issues that a local community is struggling with as it deals with the refugee crisis for the first time  

22/01 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

The Berlinale’s CoPro Series line-up announced

The Berlinale’s CoPro Series line-up announced

The Berlinale Co-Production Market’s exclusive pitching event gives eight European series projects the chance to seek out co-production and financing partners  

22/01 | Berlin 2018

Cardboard Gangsters is the most popular Irish film of 2017 at the box office

Cardboard Gangsters is the most popular Irish film of 2017 at the box office

The latest report published by Wide Eye Media reveals that the country racked up 15 million cinema admissions last year  

22/01 | Box office | Ireland

The Guilty: The sound of emergency

The Guilty: The sound of emergency

Debutant Gustav Möller introduces a crime-thriller that revitalises “Scandi noir” by offering a new approach to building tension and suspense through sound  

22/01 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Holiday: Where you gonna run to?

Holiday: Where you gonna run to?

Swedish filmmaker Isabella Eklöf delivers a subtle, divisive critique on today’s prevalent materialism and female exploitation, seen through the eyes of a subversive heroine  

22/01 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Western receives the Aurora Prize at Tromsø

Western receives the Aurora Prize at Tromsø

Angels Wear White and Soldiers. Story from Ferentari have also left with prestigious prizes from Norway’s biggest film festival  

22/01 | Festivals | Norway

Pity: I’m only happy when I cry

Pity: I’m only happy when I cry

Greek filmmaker Babis Makridis delivers his sophomore feature, a bleak, deadpan comedy that plays with the theme of sorrow in an absurdly realistic environment  

20/01 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Inés de León makes her feature-length debut with ¿Qué te juegas?

Inés de León makes her feature-length debut with ¿Qué te juegas?

The actress, screenwriter and short filmmaker is debuting in the world of features with a romantic comedy starring Leticia Dolera, Amaia Salamanca and Javier Rey  

19/01 | Production | Spain

Fabrizio Bentivoglio and nomophobia in Sconnessi

Fabrizio Bentivoglio and nomophobia in Sconnessi

The new film by Christian Marazziti tackles the disease of the new millennium. Cast also includes Ricky Memphis, Carolina Crescentini, Stefano Fresi and Antonia Liskova  

19/01 | Production | Italy

Tuva Novotny and Pernilla August adapting Britt-Marie Was Here

Tuva Novotny and Pernilla August adapting Britt-Marie Was Here

The Swedish star duo will bring Fredrik Backman’s bestseller, a tale of love and second chances, to the big screen  

19/01 | Production | Sweden/Norway

Cléo & Paul to premiere at the Berlinale

Cléo & Paul to premiere at the Berlinale

Stéphane Demoustier’s new film, starring Vimala Pons and Anders Danielsen Lie, will be screened in the Generation section. Sales are being handled by Stray Dogs  

19/01 | Production | France

Of Fathers and Sons: The future fighters of Al-Qaeda

Of Fathers and Sons: The future fighters of Al-Qaeda

Talal Derki's new documentary, screening at Sundance, follows the family of a high-ranking Al-Qaeda member and his young sons who are training to become fighters  

19/01 | Sundance 2018 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

13 genre projects selected for Frontières Finance & Packaging Forum in Amsterdam

13 genre projects selected for Frontières Finance & Packaging Forum in Amsterdam

The forum (22-24 February) invites projects at the late financing stage to work with a select group of industry experts in finance, sales and distribution  

19/01 | Industry | Netherlands

Babis Makridis  • Director

Interview: Babis Makridis • Director

“In my next movie, everyone will smile constantly!”

We sat down with Greek writer-director Babis Makridis to talk about his sophomore feature, Pity, which is taking part in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at Sundance  

19/01

Berlinale Series presents its selection

Berlinale Series presents its selection

Seven series from Australia, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Israel, Norway and the USA will be screened in the fourth edition of the section  

19/01 | Berlin 2018

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