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The Land of The Enlightened: Pieter-Jan De Pue’s awe-inspiring debut feature

The Land of The Enlightened: Pieter-Jan De Pue’s...

Zhaleika: Bulgarian mourning at the Berlinale

Zhaleika: Bulgarian mourning at the Berlinale

European films galore at SXSW

European films galore at SXSW

A strong Swiss presence on the cards for the Berlinale

A strong Swiss presence on the cards for the Berlinale

Bodkin Ras: A docu-narrative experiment that delivers a humanistic message

Bodkin Ras: A docu-narrative experiment that delivers a humanistic message

Dutch artist Kaweh Modiri harnesses the power of documentary in favour of a fictive story  

05/02 | Rotterdam 2016

Punto de Vista turns ten

Punto de Vista turns ten

Monday 8 February sees the start of the tenth edition of the highly alternative gathering in Navarre, dedicated to the most radical, indie and daring documentaries  

05/02 | Festivals | Spain

The Cannes Film Market and the Ford Foundation join forces

The Cannes Film Market and the Ford Foundation join forces

A partnership has been signed to shine the spotlight on the Just Films programme in the Doc Corner, hinging on social justice and the struggle against inequality  

05/02 | Cannes 2016 | Market

Gilles Bourdos shooting Espèces menacées

Gilles Bourdos shooting Espèces menacées

Alice Isaaz, Vincent Rottiers, Grégory Gadebois and Suzanne Clément star in this Les Films du Lendemain production, sold by Wild Bunch  

05/02 | Production | France

Danis Tanović returns to Berlin with Death in Sarajevo

Danis Tanović returns to Berlin with Death in Sarajevo

Danis Tanović is back in the Berlinale competition three years after winning two Silver Bears with An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker  

05/02 | Berlin 2016 | Bosnia

Romanian Ministry of Culture to reorganise state-owned cinema network

Romanian Ministry of Culture to reorganise state-owned cinema network

The Ministry initiative may reintroduce and update dozens of cinemas all over Romania  

05/02 | Exhibitors | Romania

The Jacques-Prévert Award goes to My Golden Days

The Jacques-Prévert Award goes to My Golden Days

Arnaud Desplechin and Julie Peyr have taken home the trophy for Best Original Screenplay, while SK1 was crowned Best Adaptation  

05/02 | Awards | France

Mother: A cinematic poem of mother and daughter

Mother: A cinematic poem of mother and daughter

Slovenian director Vlado Škafar returns to Rotterdam with Mother, the follow-up to 2010's Dad  

05/02 | Rotterdam 2016

Where I Grow Old: An introspective stroll around the suburbs of Belo Horizonte

Where I Grow Old: An introspective stroll around the suburbs of Belo Horizonte

Former documentary maker Marília Rocha brings a vivid image of Brazil to the screen in her debut feature, as she depicts the existential dilemma of two Portuguese ladies  

05/02 | Rotterdam 2016

South Tyrol FF&C presents an opportunity for projects in development

South Tyrol FF&C presents an opportunity for projects in development

Final Touch #1 is a new initiative this year, allowing filmmakers to discuss their project with an interdisciplinary pool of international experts at the first-cut stage  

04/02 | Industry | Italy

The Land of The Enlightened: Pieter-Jan De Pue’s awe-inspiring debut feature

The Land of The Enlightened: Pieter-Jan De Pue’s awe-inspiring debut feature

The young Belgian director paints a fascinating portrait of an Afghanistan caught between its traditions and an uncertain future  

04/02 | Rotterdam 2016

A thunderous debut for Luxbox with Hedi

A thunderous debut for Luxbox with Hedi

Mohamed Ben Attia’s film, which is in the running for the Golden Bear, stands out on the new Paris-based international sales agent’s slate  

04/02 | Berlin 2016 | Sales

Zhaleika: Bulgarian mourning at the Berlinale

Zhaleika: Bulgarian mourning at the Berlinale

Selected in the Generation sidebar, this DFFB production boasts one of the youngest crews ever introduced at the Berlinale  

04/02 | Berlin 2016 | Germany

European films galore at SXSW

European films galore at SXSW

Spaceship, Dead Slow Ahead and Ghostland make the cut  

04/02 | Festivals | US/Europe

A strong Swiss presence on the cards for the Berlinale

A strong Swiss presence on the cards for the Berlinale

Two young talents from the omnibus film Wonderland, Jan Gassmann and Tobias Nölle, will present Europe, She Loves and Aloys, respectively  

04/02 | Berlin 2016 | Switzerland

Wallimage’s eclectic first session of 2016 includes Michael Roskam and Dany Boon

Wallimage’s eclectic first session of 2016 includes Michael Roskam and Dany Boon

For its first session of 2016 (out of five), Wallimage will be funding four Belgian productions or co-productions, for a total budget of €1 million  

04/02 | Funding | Belgium

 Le Chant des Hommes : Speak for the voiceless

Le Chant des Hommes : Speak for the voiceless

Le Chant des Hommes gives faces and voices to the shared, but unique, fortunes of migrants who are taxing their bodies one last time to reach their goal  

03/02 | Releases | Belgium

The Lure: An audacious voice in Polish cinema

The Lure: An audacious voice in Polish cinema

Agnieszka Smoczyńska's first feature-length film won a special prize for its unique vision and its design at the Sundance Film Festival  

02/02 | Sundance 2016

True Colours’ slate boasts some of the most promising titles of 2016

True Colours’ slate boasts some of the most promising titles of 2016

The new international sales agent is heading to the market in Berlin with Andrea Molaioli’s Slam, Roberto Andò’s The Confessions and Francesco Patierno’s Naples '44  

03/02 | Berlin 2016 | Sales

Oscuro animal: Felipe Guerrero’s brave debut piece

Oscuro animal: Felipe Guerrero’s brave debut piece

Shown at the Rotterdam Film Festival, Colombian director Felipe Guerrero’s debut piece is a brave and innovative attempt  

03/02 | Rotterdam 2016

Perfetti sconosciuti: If mobile phones could speak…

Perfetti sconosciuti: If mobile phones could speak…

11 February sees the release of the new film by Paolo Genovese, a bitter ensemble comedy with an all-star cast that poses the question: how well do we really know those close to us?  

03/02 | Films | Italy

Scope100 winners picked by audiences

Scope100 winners picked by audiences

Sparrows, The Here After, Frenzy, In The Crosswind and Reality will be released in the respective territories where they were the most voted  

03/02 | Distribution | Europe

Familienbruchstück, a fragmented portrait of a family crisis

Familienbruchstück, a fragmented portrait of a family crisis

Natalie Pfister’s debut feature, which was screened at the 51st Solothurn Film Festival, portrays a family crisis with unexpected consequences  

03/02 | Solothurn 2016

Chocolat: France’s first black stage performer

Chocolat: France’s first black stage performer

Omar Sy and James Thierrée really stand out in Roschdy Zem’s new film, produced by Mandarin and distributed by Gaumont  

03/02 | Films | France

Oleg y las raras artes: An immersion in the most extreme sensitivity

Oleg y las raras artes: An immersion in the most extreme sensitivity

In his new documentary, Andrés Duque regales us with the creative portrait of brilliant Russian musician Oleg Karavaychuk  

02/02 | Rotterdam 2016

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