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Everest, the vertical vision of Kormákur

Everest, the vertical vision of Kormákur

Paco León is in Madrid shooting the “polysexual” comedy Kiki, el amor se hace

Paco León is in Madrid shooting the “polysexual” comedy Kiki,...

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

London reveals competition titles

London reveals competition titles

Marguerite: A voice that will tear you apart

Marguerite: A voice that will tear you apart

VENICE 2015: Xavier Giannoli successfully dives into the 1920s hot on the heels of an exceptional singer played by a sensational Catherine Frot  

04/09 | Venice 2015 | Competition

Julie Delpy, Dany Boon  • Director and actress, actor

Interview: Julie Delpy, Dany Boon • Director and actress, actor

Interview

VENICE 2015: Lolo, the new, immensely entertaining comedy by and starring Julie Delpy, flanked by Dany Boon, is having its world premiere in the Venice Days  

03/09

Oscars: Enclave runs for Serbia, The High Sun for Croatia

Oscars: Enclave runs for Serbia, The High Sun for Croatia

Serbia has selected Goran Radovanović's Enclave as its Oscar candidate, while Croatia opted for Dalibor Matanić's The High Sun  

04/09 | Oscars 2016 | Serbia/Croatia

The Wave pulls in the crowds, before heading for the Oscars

The Wave pulls in the crowds, before heading for the Oscars

Roar Uthaug’s The Wave has made it from the shortlist to the submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign-language Film  

04/09 | Oscars 2016 | Norway

The SIAE Prize goes to Bangland by Lorenzo Berghella

The SIAE Prize goes to Bangland by Lorenzo Berghella

VENICE 2015: The Prize is awarded to an emerging talent in Italian film who stands out in the Venice Days section. The film will be premiered on the Lido tomorrow, 4 September  

03/09 | Venice 2015 | Venice Days

A call for Retribution

A call for Retribution

VENICE 2015: In the pulsating debut work by Dani de la Torre, the opening film of the Venice Days, Luis Tosar receives a threatening telephone call from an anonymous caller during a wild car race  

03/09 | Venice 2015 | Venice Days

Rupture of adolescence: Baby Bump shows the violence inherent in coming of age

Rupture of adolescence: Baby Bump shows the violence inherent in coming of age

VENICE 2015: Growing up seems to literally mean growing out of your body for emerging Polish director Kuba Czekaj, who is presenting his feature Baby Bump at the 72nd Venice Film Festival  

03/09 | Venice 2015 | Biennale College Cinema

Indie Sales firing on all cylinders

Indie Sales firing on all cylinders

With titles selected at Venice, Toronto, San Sebastian and London, the Paris-based outfit’s line-up is brimming with ammunition  

03/09 | Sales | France

Dani de la Torre  • Director

Interview: Dani de la Torre • Director

Interview

VENICE 2015: The Spanish director has opened Venice Days with his feature debut, Retribution, an intense action-thriller set against the backdrop of the economic crisis in Spain  

02/09

Finland sends The Fencer to fight for the Oscar

Finland sends The Fencer to fight for the Oscar

Klaus Härö’s new film, shot in Estonia, will be his third submission for the Oscar nomination for Best Foreign-language Film  

03/09 | Oscars 2016 | Finland

Everest, the vertical vision of Kormákur

Everest, the vertical vision of Kormákur

VENICE 2015: The action drama, which will open the 72nd Venice Film Festival this evening, does not contribute to the development of American film with European aesthetics  

02/09 | Venice 2015 | Out of competition

A high-altitude shoot for Everest

A high-altitude shoot for Everest

VENICE 2015: The opening film of the Venice Film Festival was shot in Alto Adige with the support of the BLS Film Fund & Commission  

02/09 | Venice 2015 | Industry

A Festival under French influence

A Festival under French influence

A wave of French productions and co-productions rolls over the Lido, whilst French sellers hone their line-ups  

02/09 | Venice 2015 | France

Van Dormael and Poelvoorde conquer the box office with The Brand New Testament

Van Dormael and Poelvoorde conquer the box office with The Brand New Testament

God exists, he lives in Brussels, and he’s neither kind nor content: the starting point for the new poetic slapstick comedy by Jaco Van Dormael  

02/09 | Releases | Belgium

Le Pacte brings out The Brand New Testament in 380 theatres

Le Pacte brings out The Brand New Testament in 380 theatres

Jaco Van Dormael’s film is getting a very impressive release; Mediterranea, La vanité and Cemetery of Splendour are also hitting screens  

02/09 | Releases | France

Paco León is in Madrid shooting the “polysexual” comedy Kiki, el amor se hace

Paco León is in Madrid shooting the “polysexual” comedy Kiki, el amor se hace

The versatile actor is standing up for diversity in one’s options for pleasure-seeking in his third film as a director, a movie that he has put his own spin on  

02/09 | Production | Spain

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

Sweden sends Andersson to the Oscars for the fourth time

Also nominated for the EFA’s People’s Choice Award, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence is Sweden’s candidate for Best Foreign-language Film  

01/09 | Oscars 2016 | Sweden

London reveals competition titles

London reveals competition titles

Official Competition, Sutherland, Grierson nominees announced  

01/09 | Festivals | UK

12 French productions or co-productions in the running for the Golden Lion

12 French productions or co-productions in the running for the Golden Lion

Christian Vincent and Xavier Giannoli are leading the impressive charge of strong French films in competition at the 72nd Venice Film Festival, which gets under way tomorrow  

01/09 | Venice 2015 | France

EFA opens vote for People’s Choice Award

EFA opens vote for People’s Choice Award

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Force Majeure, Leviathan, Marshland, Samba, Serial (Bad) Weddings, The Imitation Game, The Salt of the Earth, Victoria and White God vie for the prize  

01/09 | European Film Awards 2015

Nicolas Benamou shooting A fond

Nicolas Benamou shooting A fond

The director of Babysitting is making an outrageous new comedy, staged by Chic Films and La Petite Reine, and co-produced by Wild Bunch  

01/09 | Production | France

Naked Island wins Best Croatian Documentary at Liburnia

Naked Island wins Best Croatian Documentary at Liburnia

Other winners at the 13th Liburnia Film Festival included I Like That Super Most the Best, The Spirits Diary and School Time for Miss Roma  

31/08 | Festivals | Croatia

15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

15 Venice films backed by selective aid from the CNC

An advance on receipts for world cinema: the CNC will be very well represented at the Venice Film Festival with no fewer than five films in the running for the Golden Lion  

31/08 | Venice 2015 | Funding/France

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

Angoulême crowns Nabil Ayouch’s Much Loved

The Valois d'Or for Best Film and that for Best Actress went to a feature that rubbed shoulders with A Decent Man and All Yours on the awards list  

31/08 | Festivals | France

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