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An even happier day for Kuosmanen’s The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

An even happier day for Kuosmanen’s The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

My Life as a Zucchini and The Divine Order win the Swiss Film Awards

My Life as a Zucchini and The Divine Order win the Swiss Film Awards

Last Men in Aleppo came first at Copenhagen’s CPH:DOX Film Festival

Last Men in Aleppo came first at Copenhagen’s CPH:DOX Film Festival

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

The Greek Film Centre receives an extraordinary grant

The Greek Film Centre receives an extraordinary grant

The Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports has announced an extraordinary grant of €2 million for the GFC, in recognition of national cinema as an integral part of modern Greek civilisation  

28/03 | Industry | Greece

Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

Panel

A panel from the Co-Production Market at the 67th edition of the Berlinale, focusing on literary adaptation through Oren Moverman's The Dinner  

27/03

Israel, Lisbon, Tokyo, Toronto: Italian film across the globe

Israel, Lisbon, Tokyo, Toronto: Italian film across the globe

In April and May a number of events will take Italian films on tours in international markets  

27/03 | Festivals | Italy/Israel/Portugal/Japan/Canada

Case study on The Young Karl Marx, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

Case study on The Young Karl Marx, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

Panel

A panel from the Co-Production Market at the 67th edition of the Berlinale, focusing on the production process of Raoul Peck's The Young Karl Marx  

27/03

Finále Plzeň celebrates its three-decade anniversary

Finále Plzeň celebrates its three-decade anniversary

The 30th edition of the Czech showcase of domestic offerings marks its second year under new leadership  

27/03 | Festivals | Czech Republic

Atelier de conversation: At the heart of the circle of culture

Atelier de conversation: At the heart of the circle of culture

Unveiled at the opening of Cinéma du Réel, Bernhard Braunstein’s film plunges to the heart of the exchanges between the many nationalities in Paris  

27/03 | Cinéma du Réel 2017

A new tax-incentive scheme enters into force in Portugal

A new tax-incentive scheme enters into force in Portugal

The scheme is applicable to productions whose expenditures in Portugal are equal to or higher than €1 million  

27/03 | Industry | Portugal

Zsófia Szilágyi filming One Day

Zsófia Szilágyi filming One Day

The director has chosen Zsófia Szamosi to topline her feature debut, which is being produced by Filmpartners  

27/03 | Production | Hungary

Carla Simón and her contained excitement awarded at Málaga

Carla Simón and her contained excitement awarded at Málaga

The 20th edition of the Andalucian gathering has handed its top prize, the Golden Biznaga, to Summer 1993, the moving feature debut by the Catalan director  

27/03 | Málaga 2017 | Awards

Tonia Mishiali wraps the shoot for Pause

Tonia Mishiali wraps the shoot for Pause

The Cypriot director is taking her first step into the world of feature films with Pause, which has already entered post-production  

27/03 | Production | Cyprus

An even happier day for Kuosmanen’s The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

An even happier day for Kuosmanen’s The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki

The award-winning feature received eight Jussis – Finland’s national film prize – when Filmiaura presented this year’s winners in Helsinki  

27/03 | Awards | Finland

My Life as a Zucchini and The Divine Order win the Swiss Film Awards

My Life as a Zucchini and The Divine Order win the Swiss Film Awards

Once again, Geneva’s majestic Bâtiment des Forces Motrices played host to this year’s unmissable rendezvous for national cinema: the Swiss Film Awards  

27/03 | Awards | Switzerland

Last Men in Aleppo came first at Copenhagen’s CPH:DOX Film Festival

Last Men in Aleppo came first at Copenhagen’s CPH:DOX Film Festival

The Danish Sundance winner, which opened the documentary competition, “plunged us into a Shakespearean tragedy”, according to the jury  

27/03 | Festivals | Denmark

Gogita's New Life: An impatient search for a home and a wife

Gogita's New Life: An impatient search for a home and a wife

Levan Koguashvili's new documentary, screened at Sofia, puts to use all of his trademark qualities: humour, simplicity and humanness  

27/03 | Sofia 2017

In search of a European alternative to the Netflix phenomenon

In search of a European alternative to the Netflix phenomenon

A discussion on the American VoD platform's expansion within Europe and the other options available on the Continent  

24/03

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

Amok: Fame at the cost of your life

Kasia Adamik’s latest film gives us a diagnosis of civilisation, of the contemporary affliction that is our obsession with being noticed  

24/03 | Films | Poland

Urgent call for a new pan-European audiovisual legislation

Urgent call for a new pan-European audiovisual legislation

New competitors in the VoD field in Europe require new legislation that will ensure diversity and quality in the audiovisual domain  

24/03

Brava: Running into darkness

Brava: Running into darkness

In her second film, Roser Aguilar offers a brave portrayal of a middle-class woman whose life is transformed by an act of violence, sending her spiralling down some murky and unexpected paths  

24/03 | Malaga 2017

Roser Aguilar • Director

Interview: Roser Aguilar • Director

“I’m grateful to my producers for not walking away”

Cineuropa sat down with Catalan filmmaker Roser Aguilar following the screening of her second film, the very personal drama Brava, competing at the 20th Malaga Spanish Film Festival  

24/03

Vincent Rottiers and Kevin Azaïs to topline Frères d'arme

Vincent Rottiers and Kevin Azaïs to topline Frères d'arme

The two actors play the leads in Sylvain Labrosse’s feature debut, which is set to start shooting soon and is being produced by La Vie est Belle and Oriflamme  

24/03 | Production | France/Serbia/Montenegro

Goran Paskaljević  • Director

Interview: Goran Paskaljević • Director

"I don't like making compromises"

Veteran director Goran Paskaljević tells Cineuropa about how he got the chance to make Land of the Gods in India and how he worked on it  

24/03

Eurimages adds three new Development Co-production Awards

Eurimages adds three new Development Co-production Awards

New prizes to be given at the co-production markets of San Sebastian Film Festival, Transilvania International Film Festival and Cartoon Movie  

24/03 | Funding | Europe

Norwegian critics endorse the local industry, audience and The King’s Choice

Norwegian critics endorse the local industry, audience and The King’s Choice

Erik Poppe’s latest feature, which also came out on top at the industry’s Canon Awards, won for Best Norwegian Film last night  

24/03 | Awards | Norway

Spanish films seen by 11% more foreign viewers in 2016

Spanish films seen by 11% more foreign viewers in 2016

According to the data presented by FAPAE in Málaga, Spanish movies have seen a rise in acceptance by the rest of Europe over the past year  

23/03 | Industry | Spain

Thessaloniki's Agora goes to Cannes

Thessaloniki's Agora goes to Cannes

The industry section of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival starts a collaboration with the Festival de Cannes, supported by the Greek Film Centre  

23/03 | Cannes 2017 | Industry

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