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Pikadero, Suntan, Shadow World win Edinburgh

Pikadero, Suntan, Shadow World win Edinburgh

Toni Erdmann wins big at the Brussels Film Festival

Toni Erdmann wins big at the Brussels Film Festival

The sixth edition of Ciné gets underway in Riccione

The sixth edition of Ciné gets underway in Riccione

Which French films could be duking it out for the Golden Lion?

Which French films could be duking it out for the Golden Lion?

Pesaro: Between the present and the future (with a dash of porn)

Pesaro: Between the present and the future (with a dash of porn)

From 2 July, the 52nd Pesaro Film Festival will devote 8 days to experimental works, with a selection that pays special attention to young directors and features a section on female-orientated porn  

27/06 | Festivals | Italy

Viva: A celebration of love and life

Viva: A celebration of love and life

Director Paddy Breathnach explores the conflict between finding one’s identity and familial expectations through a young drag queen’s struggle  

27/06 | Brussels Film Festival 2016

Svetozar Ristovski • Director

Interview: Svetozar Ristovski • Director

Interview

Cineuropa interviewed Macedonian filmmaker Svetozar Ristovski at Brussels Film Festival 2016 about his film Lazar  

20/06

Ivan Corbisier • Director, Brussels Film Festival

Interview: Ivan Corbisier • Director, Brussels Film Festival

"The decisive element this year is humour"

After a week of screenings and events in Flagey, the Brussels Film Festival has drawn to a close. We caught up with Ivan Corbisier, director of the Festival since 2009  

24/06

The 31st edition of Cinema Jove scatters its prizes across Europe

The 31st edition of Cinema Jove scatters its prizes across Europe

The Valencia International Film Festival, which wrapped on Friday, bestowed its top prize upon the Georgian film Anna’s Life by Nino Basilia  

27/06 | Festivals | Spain

Cinema Mediterranean: European cinema sailing to Dalmatian audiences

Cinema Mediterranean: European cinema sailing to Dalmatian audiences

How a small Croatian festival built a whole new audience that prefers European cinema  

27/06 | Industry | Croatia

Amin by Philippe Faucon for Arte France Cinéma

Amin by Philippe Faucon for Arte France Cinéma

The next films by Andrey Zvyagintsev, Nadav Lapid and Felipe Barbosa will also be co-produced by the film division of the Franco-German chain  

27/06 | Funding | France

A Patch of Fog: In the midst of an outré friendship

A Patch of Fog: In the midst of an outré friendship

An accomplished novelist and academic opinion leader is blackmailed by a lonely security guard into a twisted friendship  

27/06 | Edinburgh 2016

Ben Sharrock • Director

Interview: Ben Sharrock • Director

“Sometimes we all struggle to communicate how we feel”

Scottish director Ben Sharrock talks about his debut feature, Pikadero, the winner of the Cineuropa Prize at the 2016 Brussels Film Festival  

27/06

Holland Film Meeting: Last call for co-production applications

Holland Film Meeting: Last call for co-production applications

The Utrecht-based event, which is the industry branch of the Netherlands Film Festival, has extended its application deadline to 10 July  

27/06 | Industry | Netherlands

Pikadero, Suntan, Shadow World win Edinburgh

Pikadero, Suntan, Shadow World win Edinburgh

Catrin Stewart wins Best Performance in a British film for her role in The Library Suicides  

27/06 | Edinburgh 2016 | Awards

Toni Erdmann wins big at the Brussels Film Festival

Toni Erdmann wins big at the Brussels Film Festival

Maren Ade’s film took home not only the Golden Iris Award, but also Best Screenplay and the RTBF Award  

27/06 | Brussels Film Festival 2016

Brothers: Eat, pray, walk

Brothers: Eat, pray, walk

Pedro Magano’s debut documentary is in competition at the FEST – New Directors/New Films Festival  

27/06 | FEST Espinho 2016

The Carer: An outstanding Brian Cox in the role of his life

The Carer: An outstanding Brian Cox in the role of his life

The Scottish actor is exceptionally funny as he takes on the bittersweet role of an ailing, retired Shakespearean actor  

27/06 | Edinburgh 2016

Milan Stojanović  • Programme director, Cinema City

Interview: Milan Stojanović • Programme director, Cinema City

“Our primary goal is to promote young auteurs”

Producer Milan Stojanović, who is also the programme director of Cinema City, tells Cineuropa about building up the profile and identity of this festival aimed at promoting young filmmakers  

24/06

The sixth edition of Ciné gets underway in Riccione

The sixth edition of Ciné gets underway in Riccione

Distributors present previews of next season’s films to exhibitors, whilst discussions centre around the summer programme and what’s happening in Italy and the main European markets  

24/06 | Distribution | Italy

Which French films could be duking it out for the Golden Lion?

Which French films could be duking it out for the Golden Lion?

François Ozon is in pole position and Stéphane Brizé lies in ambush, while Arnaud des Pallières, Benoît Jacquot and Rebecca Zlotowski have also been thrown into the mix  

24/06 | Venice 2016 | France

Carla Simón to make her feature debut with Verano 1993

Carla Simón to make her feature debut with Verano 1993

The filmmaker is tackling a very personal story about a girl who is forced to adapt to a new family situation; the shoot begins on 4 July  

24/06 | Production | Spain

FEST: Training Ground brings emerging and established professionals together

FEST: Training Ground brings emerging and established professionals together

British editor Joe Walker and Portuguese director Gonçalo Galvao Teles delivered master classes at the Espinho-based event  

24/06 | FEST Espinho | Industry

FEST’s Pitching Forum kicks off today

FEST’s Pitching Forum kicks off today

A total of 26 projects will be pitched across four sections: features, shorts, documentaries and TV shows  

24/06 | FEST Espinho | Industry

Bliss!: In pursuit of a father

Bliss!: In pursuit of a father

Rita Osei’s feature debut is an entertaining rites-of-passage adventure that whisks the audience from South Shields to the peak of the Norwegian mountains on a quest for a mysterious Viking father  

24/06 | Edinburgh 2016

Lazar: A portrait of a young man’s moral awakening

Lazar: A portrait of a young man’s moral awakening

Offering an insight into refugee smuggling, the new film by Svetozar Ristovski is a reflection on dehumanisation and a corrupt society  

23/06 | Brussels Film Festival 2016

Klaudia Reynicke wraps her new film, Il nido

Klaudia Reynicke wraps her new film, Il nido

The Swiss-Peruvian director has picked two exceptional actors for her new movie: young starlet Ondina Quadri and the talented Fabrizio Rongione  

23/06 | Production | Switzerland

Agnes Havas • CEO, Hungarian National Film Fund

Interview: Agnes Havas • CEO, Hungarian National Film Fund

"Hungarian films are well-liked all over the world"

A week away from the Karlovy Vary Film Festival where Hungary will be screening two titles, we caught up with Agnes Havas, director of the Hungarian National Film Fund  

23/06

Manuel Martín Cuenca leads the pack for Small is Biútiful

Manuel Martín Cuenca leads the pack for Small is Biútiful

French producers, distributors and sales agents have a date in Paris tomorrow to discover seven Spanish projects in search of partners  

23/06 | Industry | France/Spain

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