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The Goob, young rage in the English countryside

The Goob, young rage in the English countryside

Quentin Dupieux still toying with Reality

Quentin Dupieux still toying with Reality

The President, a little prince among paupers

The President, a little prince among paupers

The Look of Silence: the act of killing again

The Look of Silence: the act of killing again

In the Basement: notes from the Austrian underground

In the Basement: notes from the Austrian underground

VENICE 2014: In the wake of his Paradise trilogy, Ulrich Seidl descends into Viennese basements to discover the special places where passions and obsessions are nurtured  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Out of competition

They Have Escaped, two young outsiders on the run

They Have Escaped, two young outsiders on the run

VENICE 2014: (In Italian) The director of Visitor is back on the Lido with a sort of modern fairy tale that tells the story of how a troubled boy and girl run away  

30/08 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

Tal Granit & Sharon Maymon  • Directors

Interview: Tal Granit & Sharon Maymon • Directors

Interview - Venice Days

At Venice Days, the Israeli directing duo Tal Granit & Sharon Maymon has presented a film that uses irony to talk about euthanasia  

29/08

J-P Valkepaa  • Director

Interview: J-P Valkepaa • Director

Interview - Venice Days 2014

The Finnish director J-P Valkepaa is back at Venice Days with his second work, a road movie with hints of psychedelia, which features a problematic boy and girl as the lead characters  

28/08

Renato De Maria  • Director

Interview: Renato De Maria • Director

An obscene, visionary and psychedelic life

We put the director of La Vita Oscena face to face with novelist Aldo Nove, the author of the book on which the film is based, who also shares screenwriting credits with the director  

28/08

Francesco Munzi  • Director

Interview: Francesco Munzi • Director

“I tried to avoid Mafia-film clichés”

At the 71st Venice Film Festival, Italian director Francesco Munzi presented Black Souls, his latest family drama set against a backdrop of vendettas and the Mafia  

29/08

Norwegian Cannonball Run leads local box office

Norwegian Cannonball Run leads local box office

After two weeks, Hallvard Bræin’s feature debut, Børning, is closing in on 300,000 admissions, while producer John M Jacobsen is preparing the sequel  

29/08 | Box office | Norway

Miranda July  • Director

Interview: Miranda July • Director

Interview

Artist Miranda July has presented her original contribution to the Miu Miu Women's Tales project at Venice Days  

28/08

Matthias Huser  •  Director

Interview: Matthias Huser • Director

"Switzerland is surrounded by mountains, and I was looking for a landscape that was 'flat'"

In Italian: Cineuropa met up with Swiss director Matthias Huser, who presented They Chased Me Through Arizona as a world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival  

30/08

Arami Ullón  • Director

Interview: Arami Ullón • Director

"The work we did in the editing room was analytical, but everything before that was very visceral"

In Spanish: Cineuropa had a chat with Paraguayan director (now settled in Switzerland) Arami Ullón about her feature debut, El tiempo nublado  

29/08

Black Souls, portrait of a criminal family

Black Souls, portrait of a criminal family

VENICE 2014: In Francesco Munzi’s film a war between mafia families in Calabria transforms and flares into blood ties, endangering age-old dynamics  

29/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

So Yong Kim  • Director

Interview: So Yong Kim • Director

Interview - Venice Days 2014

The director of Korean heritage So Yong Kim has made the seventh short film in the Miu Miu Women's Tales project, hosted by the Venice Days for the third year  

28/08

Pathé International heads to Toronto

Pathé International heads to Toronto

The company’s line-up boasts Venice competitor Far from Men and Ava Duvernay’s Selma, a film about Martin Luther King that is currently in post-production  

29/08 | Sales | France

Ida could be on track for an Oscar

Ida could be on track for an Oscar

The already multi-award-winning film by Pawel Pawlikowski will represent Poland in the race for the nomination for the next Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film  

29/08 | Oscars 2015 | Poland

FIAPF accredits Black Nights Film Festival as a non-specialised competition

FIAPF accredits Black Nights Film Festival as a non-specialised competition

The decision places the Estonian festival in the same league as Cannes and Berlin, allowing it to stake a claim as one of the 15 most important in the world  

29/08 | Festivals | Estonia

The Absent One will be present at Austin’s Fantastic Fest

The Absent One will be present at Austin’s Fantastic Fest

The largest genre film festival in the US has also selected Anders Morgenthaler’s I Am Here and Hans Petter Moland’s In Order of Disappearance  

29/08 | Festivals | Denmark/US

The Goob, young rage in the English countryside

The Goob, young rage in the English countryside

VENICE 2014: The first work from British Guy Myhill reveals a young and charming actor in a coming-of-age tale set in a region of England little explored in cinema  

29/08 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

The Price of Fame: Beauvois converses with Chaplin

The Price of Fame: Beauvois converses with Chaplin

VENICE 2014: In this film in competition at Venice, the director has a whale of a time and even gets emotional without losing any of his thoroughness, sweeping the audience along with him  

28/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Quentin Dupieux still toying with Reality

Quentin Dupieux still toying with Reality

VENICE 2014: The latest absurd comedy by the director of Rubber was presented as a world premiere in the Orizzonti section of the 71st Venice Film Festival  

28/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

The President, a little prince among paupers

The President, a little prince among paupers

VENICE 2014: The film marks the return of Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf, exiled in London, with a parable on violence, inspired by the "Arab Spring"  

27/08 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

The Look of Silence: the act of killing again

The Look of Silence: the act of killing again

VENICE 2014: Following up on his multi-award-winning documentary, Joshua Oppenheimer adopts a more conventional tone based on the confrontation between the family of a victim and his executioner  

28/08 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Intriguing initiatives for the Italian and international industry

Intriguing initiatives for the Italian and international industry

VENICE 2014: The third Venice Film Market features a special Italian Cinema Industry Focus and the first European Gap Financing Co-Production Market  

28/08 | Venice 2014 | Market

Lucile Hadzihalilovic is back with Evolution

Lucile Hadzihalilovic is back with Evolution

The director of Innocence has been filming her second feature in Spain this summer; the Les Films du Worso and Noodles production is sold by Wild Bunch  

28/08 | Production | France

Graf’s two beloved sisters eye the Oscars

Graf’s two beloved sisters eye the Oscars

Beloved Sisters, Dominik Graf’s film about the love triangle between two sisters and German writer Friedrich Schiller, will represent Germany in the running for the nominations  

28/08 | Oscars 2015 | Germany

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