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Iskra: A suspenseful thriller with a political angle

Iskra: A suspenseful thriller with a political angle

The Wild Season: Together, naked

The Wild Season: Together, naked

Interview: Marine Francen  • Director

Interview: Marine Francen • Director

Straddling creation and industry: the art of the short film at the Torino Short Film Market

Straddling creation and industry: the art of the short film at the Torino Short Film Market

The Zagreb Film Festival wraps another fruitful industry section

The Zagreb Film Festival wraps another fruitful industry section

The ZFF's industry sidebar presented a wide variety of events, master classes and panels, including a pitching forum for student films from the region  

20/11 | Zagreb 2017 | Industry

Basile Doganis’ Meltem in post-production

Basile Doganis’ Meltem in post-production

Daphné Patakia and Rabah Naït Oufella are among the cast of the filmmaker’s feature debut, which is being staged by Elzévir Films with Blonde Audiovisual on board as co-producer  

20/11 | Production | France/Greece

Dalle, Béart, Poelvoorde join the cast for Fabrice du Welz's latest, supported by screen.brussels

Dalle, Béart, Poelvoorde join the cast for Fabrice du Welz's latest, supported by screen.brussels

screen.brussels, the Brussels regional investment fund, has just announced the results of its 5th support session with eight projects in line to receive funding  

20/11 | Funding | Belgium

Robert Sedláček tells the life story of Czech martyr Jan Palach (take two)

Robert Sedláček tells the life story of Czech martyr Jan Palach (take two)

The story of Jan Palach is receiving its second big-screen treatment, this time homing in on the last few months in the Czech martyr’s life  

20/11 | Production | Czech Republic

See exclusive photos of Syllas Tzoumerkas’ The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea

See exclusive photos of Syllas Tzoumerkas’ The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea

The Greek filmmaker has finished shooting his third feature film, a police drama-thriller that takes place in both urban and rural Greek settings  

20/11 | Production | Greece

Janez Burger  • Director

Interview: Janez Burger • Director

“If I’d not had Maruša Majer, I would not have been able to make Ivan

Cineuropa sat down with Janez Burger at the Zagreb Film Festival to talk about his newest feature, Ivan  

20/11

The Other Side of Everything: A perfect cross between personal and political

The Other Side of Everything: A perfect cross between personal and political

Mila Turajlić's new documentary intertwines personal and family history with the political story of Yugoslavia and Serbia  

20/11 | IDFA 2017

Men Don't Cry wins at Zagreb

Men Don't Cry wins at Zagreb

Alen Drljević's film triumphs in the official competition of the Zagreb Film Festival, while Loveless and Vincent and the End of the World win out in the Together Again and Plus selections  

20/11 | Zagreb 2017 | Awards

Victor Bojinov’s Heights tops the Bulgarian box office

Victor Bojinov’s Heights tops the Bulgarian box office

Approximately 25,000 Bulgarians watched the film over its first weekend in local cinemas  

17/11 | Box office | Bulgaria

Nils Tavernier’s The Ideal Palace in post-production

Nils Tavernier’s The Ideal Palace in post-production

Jacques Gamblin and Laetitia Casta star in a story about the incredible construction of the first cultural landmark of naive art, a Fechner Films production being sold by SND  

17/11 | Production | France

Alejandro Díaz Castaño  •  Director, Gijón International Film Festival

Interview: Alejandro Díaz Castaño • Director, Gijón International Film Festival

"Filmmakers want to premiere their movies at Gijón"

This is Alejandro Díaz’s first year heading up the Gijón Film Festival as director; in this interview, he breaks down the novelties at the 55th edition, which gets under way on 17 November  

17/11

EXCLUSIVE: IDFA Feature-Length Competition entry A Woman Captured reveals trailer

EXCLUSIVE: IDFA Feature-Length Competition entry A Woman Captured reveals trailer

Hungarian director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter's documentary about modern-day slavery in Europe will world-premiere at the IDFA  

16/11 | IDFA 2017

La casa di famiglia: Never sell the family home

La casa di famiglia: Never sell the family home

The debut feature by Augusto Fornari, out in Italian cinemas today thanks to Vision Distribution, is a light-hearted comedy with an excellent cast of young actors  

16/11 | Films | Italy

Renata Czarnkowska-Listos and Maria Golos  • Producers

Interview: Renata Czarnkowska-Listos and Maria Golos • Producers

"Good stories and good filmmakers always have international potential"

At Arras, we met up with Renata Czarnkowska-Listos and Maria Golos, who head up RE Studio and stage Maciej Pieprzyca's films  

16/11

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne   • Directors

Q&A: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne • Directors

"For us, cinema is a type of living matter"

The Dardennes take a look back at their filmography as part of the programme offered by the Cinema and Audiovisual Centre of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, celebrating 50 years of Belgian cinema  

16/11

The Gijón Film Festival turns a corner

The Gijón Film Festival turns a corner

The 55th edition of the gathering brings a fresh new team, helmed by Alejandro Díaz, which will put its faith completely in European cinema and will strengthen its industry sidebar  

16/11 | Gijón 2017

Eva Ionesco shooting Une jeunesse dorée

Eva Ionesco shooting Une jeunesse dorée

Isabelle Huppert, Melvil Poupaud, Galatéa Bellugi and Lukas Ionesco are among the cast of this film being staged by Macassar Productions and sold by Playtime  

16/11 | Production | France/Belgium

The Frog: The traumas and the consequences of the Bosnian War

The Frog: The traumas and the consequences of the Bosnian War

The big-screen version of one of the most influential Bosnian stage plays is premiering at the Zagreb Film Festival  

16/11 | Zagreb 2017

Iskra: A suspenseful thriller with a political angle

Iskra: A suspenseful thriller with a political angle

The newest offering from Montenegro, screening at Zagreb, is an accomplished genre movie by first-time director Gojko Berkuljan  

16/11 | Zagreb 2017

The Wild Season: Together, naked

The Wild Season: Together, naked

Newcomer Anxos Fazáns directs a small, delicate and intimate adaptation of a novel about three young people and the (intimate) spaces between them  

15/11 | Seville 2017 | Resistencias

Marine Francen  • Director

Interview: Marine Francen • Director

"I wanted us to feel everything that these women experience through their bodies"

Marine Francen talks about her debut feature, The Sower, winner at San Sebastian and released in French cinemas today by ARP Sélection  

15/11

Straddling creation and industry: the art of the short film at the Torino Short Film Market

Straddling creation and industry: the art of the short film at the Torino Short Film Market

The second edition of Italy’s first short-film market will be held during the 35th Torino Film Festival; the programme includes pitching sessions, market screenings and a meeting with Paolo Genovese  

15/11 | Torino 2017 | Industry

Nicole Palo tackles her second feature, Le Suicide d’Emma Peeters

Nicole Palo tackles her second feature, Le Suicide d’Emma Peeters

The Belgian director is back with her sophomore feature, a generational comedy about an actress who is obscure to say the least, starring Monia Chokri and Fabrice Adde  

15/11 | Production | Belgium/Canada

Jan Ole-Gerster shooting Lara

Jan Ole-Gerster shooting Lara

The writer and director of Oh Boy is reuniting with actor Tom Schilling and is entrusting the title role to the excellent Corinna Harfouch  

15/11 | Production | Germany

A deluge of the very best European films rains down on MUCES

A deluge of the very best European films rains down on MUCES

Segovia is hosting the 12th edition of its European Film Festival from 15-21 November, featuring a catalogue bristling with highly acclaimed films produced this season on the Continent  

15/11 | Festivals | Spain

First female producers’ round-table at coco paves the way for future action

First female producers’ round-table at coco paves the way for future action

The 19th coco inaugurated a new network initiative focused on gender equality, which promises to lead to interesting future exchanges and action to improve the situation for women in film  

15/11 | Cottbus 2017 | Industry

Asia Argento to be guest director at the 35th Torino Film Festival

Asia Argento to be guest director at the 35th Torino Film Festival

The programme of the gathering, which unspools from 24 November-2 December, has been announced, and includes 169 films, 40 of which are first or second works, plus 36 world premieres  

14/11 | Torino 2017

Veit Helmer wraps production of silent comedy The Bra

Veit Helmer wraps production of silent comedy The Bra

The German director is making a Cinderella story in the mountains of Azerbaijan  

15/11 | Production | Germany

Jalouse: A light-hearted yet scathing comedy

Jalouse: A light-hearted yet scathing comedy

David's and Stéphane Foenkinos's latest comedy is a cutting portrait of a complex woman  

14/11 | Film | France

The last leg of Connect to Reality unspools at the Geneva Film Festival

The last leg of Connect to Reality unspools at the Geneva Film Festival

The GIFF hosted the third and final session of the Connect to Reality project, a platform for discussions on the future of the audiovisual industry in Switzerland  

14/11 | Industry | Switzerland

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