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Venice Days: Debut films, many of them Italian, and the ‘non places’ of society

Venice Days: Debut films, many of them Italian, and the ‘non...

"New Approaches for Greater Diversity of Cinema in Europe?"

"New Approaches for Greater Diversity of Cinema in Europe?"

Mediterranea, Mustang and The Lesson to contend for the 2015 LUX Film Prize

Mediterranea, Mustang and The Lesson to contend for the 2015...

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

The three international juries of the 72nd Venice Film Festival

The three international juries of the 72nd Venice Film Festival

Awarding the Golden Lions with the president, Cuarón, will be Emmanuel Carrère, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Pawel Pawlikowski, Francesco Munzi, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Diane Kruger, Lynne Ramsay, and Elizabeth Banks  

27/07 | Venice 2015 | Juries

The Solinas Prize turns thirty

The Solinas Prize turns thirty

No fewer than 85 films have been made based on screenplays and storylines selected for the Prize. Finalists and winners of the Prize include Oscar-winning directors and screenwriters  

27/07 | Awards | Italy

Rams wins Palić Golden Tower

Rams wins Palić Golden Tower

Other winners at European Film Festival Palić include The Here After, Gulls, Koza  

27/07 | Festivals | Serbia

The High Sun sweeps Pula Film Festival

The High Sun sweeps Pula Film Festival

Serbian director Stevan Filipović's Next to Me wins International Competition, No One's Child wins three minority co-production awards  

27/07 | Festivals | Croatia

Diastème starts filming Pimpette

Diastème starts filming Pimpette

The director dives into the world of adolescence after the scandalous French Blood. A Karé production that will be sold by Films Distribution  

27/07 | Production | France

Black Mass by Scott Cooper, out of competition on the Lido

Black Mass by Scott Cooper, out of competition on the Lido

The new film by the director of Crazy Heart and Out of the Furnace stars Johnny Depp and will be shown in its global premiere at the Venice International Film Festival on 4 September  

27/07 | Venice 2015 | Out of competition

Focus on Finnish cinema in Czech Republic and Spain

Focus on Finnish cinema in Czech Republic and Spain

Finnish films and filmmakers featured on programmes in Uherske Hradiste, Czech Republic, and Valladolid, Spain  

27/07 | Festivals | Finland/Czech Republic/Spain

Lithuanian films continue successful year of exposure

Lithuanian films continue successful year of exposure

Poland’s New Horizons festival to feature focus on Lithuania  

27/07 | Festivals | Lithuania/Poland

Venice Days: Debut films, many of them Italian, and the ‘non places’ of society

Venice Days: Debut films, many of them Italian, and the ‘non places’ of society

Today the programme of the 12th Venice Days, which will be held from 2 to 12 September, was unveiled  

24/07 | Venice 2015 | Venice Days

"New Approaches for Greater Diversity of Cinema in Europe?"

"New Approaches for Greater Diversity of Cinema in Europe?"

The main findings of the report on the IFFR Live, SPIDE and Streams Day-and-Date events  

24/07 | Industry | Europe

Films focusing on art are in competition in Wroclaw

Films focusing on art are in competition in Wroclaw

13 documentaries and docu-fictions are on the menu of the special competitive section of the New Horizons Film Festival  

24/07 | Festivals | Poland

Corporate by Nicolas Silhol banks on crowdfunding

Corporate by Nicolas Silhol banks on crowdfunding

Staged by Kazak Productions and with Céline Sallette among the cast, Nicolas Silhol’s feature-debut project has been selected by Movies Angels  

24/07 | Funding | France

Van Zandt’s mobster killed off after Netflix pulls out of Lilyhammer

Van Zandt’s mobster killed off after Netflix pulls out of Lilyhammer

Sold to 130 countries, the most successful television series for Norwegian public broadcaster NRK will stop after three seasons  

24/07 | Production | Norway/USA

Mediterranea, Mustang and The Lesson to contend for the 2015 LUX Film Prize

Mediterranea, Mustang and The Lesson to contend for the 2015 LUX Film Prize

The shortlist of the three movies that will be duking it out for the trophy has been made public  

24/07 | LUX Prize 2015

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

This debut piece is the only Italian film in competition. Bagnoli Jungle by Antonio Capuano will close the week, 24 years on from the year he won it with Vito and the Others  

23/07 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week/Italy

Venice: Montanha to compete in the Critics’ Week

Venice: Montanha to compete in the Critics’ Week

In João Salaviza’s highly anticipated feature debut, adolescence is a mountain to climb  

23/07 | Venice 2015 | Portugal

An all-European Critics’ Week at Venice

An all-European Critics’ Week at Venice

Seven out of the ten films that have been selected to be screened in and out of competition are European. Kicking things off will be the re-release of Orphans, with Capuano rounding things off  

23/07 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week

The Man in the Wall: Absence is torture

The Man in the Wall: Absence is torture

Israeli director Evgeny Ruman releases his second feature film, the leading lady of which has just won an award at Odessa  

22/07 | Films | Israel

Caradog James begins Don’t Knock Twice

Caradog James begins Don’t Knock Twice

The supernatural horror is currently filming in Welsh locations  

23/07 | Production | UK

Pinewood Ireland appoints Naoise Barry as head of production

Pinewood Ireland appoints Naoise Barry as head of production

The executive joins after a long stint at the Irish Film Board  

23/07 | Industry | Ireland

Ukraine to join Creative Europe imminently

Ukraine to join Creative Europe imminently

The country is due to sign the membership agreement in the autumn, with a view to achieving actual participation in 2016  

23/07 | Industry | Ukraine

Danish Film Institute backs new scheme for low-budget features

Danish Film Institute backs new scheme for low-budget features

Morten BH’s Anti and Frederik Meldal Nørgaard’s Villads from Valby are the first of up to 24 projects to be realised in the next three years  

23/07 | Production | Denmark

Film London teams up with Bob & Co for Shakespeare India initiative

Film London teams up with Bob & Co for Shakespeare India initiative

One UK-India co-production will be greenlit from six shortlisted projects  

23/07 | Production | UK/India

The last clapperboard slams for Émilie Deleuze’s Jamais contente

The last clapperboard slams for Émilie Deleuze’s Jamais contente

The adaptation of Journal d'Aurore by Marie Desplechin is being produced by Agat Films and will be sold abroad by Doc & Film  

23/07 | Production | France

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