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Corneliu Porumboiu starts shooting The Treasure

Corneliu Porumboiu starts shooting The Treasure

Soap Opera, a sparkling melodrama

Soap Opera, a sparkling melodrama

A US whistle-blower and Nordic humour at CPH:DOX

A US whistle-blower and Nordic humour at CPH:DOX

The Unsaved represents Moldova at the Oscars

The Unsaved represents Moldova at the Oscars

Haifa's top prize goes to Asaf Korman's debut feature, Next to Her

Haifa's top prize goes to Asaf Korman's debut feature, Next to Her

The title was awarded three major prizes at the Haifa Festival  

20/10 | Awards | Israel

Aaron Katz  • Director

Interview: Aaron Katz • Director

“Our film is a road movie that seeks to steer clear of genre clichés”

Cineuropa talks to Aaron Katz, who is at the London Film Festival to present the US-Icelandic co-production Land Ho!, which he co-directed with Martha Stephens  

17/10

Fado Camané: music as a collaborative process

Fado Camané: music as a collaborative process

Bruno de Almeida’s latest film opened DocLisboa's Heart Beat sidebar last Friday  

20/10 | DocLisboa 2014

Sørhaug and duo Rønning-Sandberg head to the US

Sørhaug and duo Rønning-Sandberg head to the US

Hollywood has signed up Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg for Pirates of the Caribbean 5, and Eva Sørhaug for The Godmother  

20/10 | People | Norway

Leviathan wins London

Leviathan wins London

The Tribe wins the Sutherland, Sameena Jabeen Ahmed Best British Newcomer  

20/10 | London 2014

What it feels like to be an 11-year-old in To See the Sea

What it feels like to be an 11-year-old in To See the Sea

In his first feature, screened at this year's CinEast Festival, Jirí Madl explores the world of a boy on the cusp of his teenage years  

20/10 | Festivals | Luxembourg

Mattia Oddone  • Head of Cinema and TV International Sales at Rai Com

Interview: Mattia Oddone • Head of Cinema and TV International Sales at Rai Com

"The best place to sell Italian films is Italy"

Rai Com, international sales arm of Italy's pubcaster Rai, brings a powerful slate to Rome's The Business Street. Cineuropa spoke with Mattia Oddone, Head of Cinema and TV International Sales  

19/10

The need to keep a distributor-friendly environment

The need to keep a distributor-friendly environment

The award-winning Swiss-French filmmaker Ursula Meier is appointed as Europa Distribution‘s new President of Honour  

19/10 | Distribution | Europe

Remake it! The borderless power of stories

Remake it! The borderless power of stories

The Business Street market (17-21 October) that runs alongside the Rome IFF hosted the focus on the growing remakes business which is enjoying a great success in all the world  

18/10 | The Business Street 2014

Focus Argentina-Brazil-Italy: trade reciprocity, marketplace intelligence and business opportunities

Focus Argentina-Brazil-Italy: trade reciprocity, marketplace intelligence and business opportunities

A trilateral debate aimed at exploring the opportunities of artistic and trade cooperation among the three film and culture industries  

18/10 | The Business Street 2014

Joe Dante special guest at New Cinema Network

Joe Dante special guest at New Cinema Network

The filmmaker and his producer Elizabeth Stanley will participate in a one-to-one meeting of the NCN to meet potential co-producers for the Ombra Amore project  

18/10 | The Business Street 2014

Greek films and Agora projects revealed as Thessaloniki approaches

Greek films and Agora projects revealed as Thessaloniki approaches

Yannis Veslemes’ Norway and Yannis Fagras’ Forget Me Not headline the local titles to be screened, while a dozen local projects will be vying for funds  

17/10 | Festivals | Greece

We are Young. We are Strong: racial hatred in the rubble of the Berlin wall

We are Young. We are Strong: racial hatred in the rubble of the Berlin wall

The second feature by German-Afghan director Burhan Qurbani recounts the xenophobic riot of August 1992 in Rostock, East Germany  

17/10 | Rome 2014 | Cinema d’Oggi

Enchanting magic realism in Free Fall

Enchanting magic realism in Free Fall

After the visually impressive Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen, György Pálfi is back with an extravagant new venture  

17/10 | Festivals | Luxembourg

The first clapperboard slams for Taj Mahal by Nicolas Saada

The first clapperboard slams for Taj Mahal by Nicolas Saada

Stacy Martin, Louis-Do de Lencquesaing, Gina McKee and Alba Rohrwacher are among the cast of this thriller shot in India and produced by Agat Films/Ex Nihilo  

17/10 | Production | France

Nineteen projects selected for the Francophone Co-production Meetings

Nineteen projects selected for the Francophone Co-production Meetings

In French: The 19 feature-film projects will be presented as part of the Cinéma du Québec à Paris event from 24-26 November 2014  

17/10 | Industry | France

Several financing deals underway at Film London Micro Market

Several financing deals underway at Film London Micro Market

Event receives positive industry feedback  

17/10 | Financing | UK

Last Summer: four days to say goodbye

Last Summer: four days to say goodbye

In Italian: Leonardo Guerra Seràgnoli has made an original production that really stands out in the Italian film landscape, with a little help from Elda Ferri and Luigi Musini  

17/10 | Rome 2014 | Perspectives Italy

Creative Scotland reveals Film Strategy

Creative Scotland reveals Film Strategy

Film studio and increased incentives amongst priorities identified  

17/10 | Industry | UK

Corneliu Porumboiu starts shooting The Treasure

Corneliu Porumboiu starts shooting The Treasure

The project has already been picked up by world sales agent Wild Bunch  

17/10 | Production | Romania

Soap Opera, a sparkling melodrama

Soap Opera, a sparkling melodrama

With the festival’s opening film Alessandro Genovesi experiments with an uncommon way of writing a comedy, staging and directing it, by creating a sort of non-Italian hybrid  

16/10 | Rome 2014 | Opening film

Ten new Eastern European films from Warsaw to Moscow at the CentEast Market

Ten new Eastern European films from Warsaw to Moscow at the CentEast Market

The industry section of the Warsaw International Film Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary  

17/10 | Festivals | Poland

Remake it!

Remake it!

A growing market: the sale of remake rights of stories with a strong appeal, which enjoyed great success in their native countries  

17/10 | The Business Street 2014

A US whistle-blower and Nordic humour at CPH:DOX

A US whistle-blower and Nordic humour at CPH:DOX

Unspooling from 6-16 November, the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival is ready with more than 200 films from over 60 countries  

17/10 | Festivals | Denmark

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