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Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the concept of “normality”

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the...

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

Bouli Lanners heads down the road to Les Premiers, les Derniers

Bouli Lanners heads down the road to Les Premiers, les Derniers

Parabellum, Apocalypse When?

Parabellum, Apocalypse When?

Good Things Await in Berlin’s Culinary Cinema

Good Things Await in Berlin’s Culinary Cinema

Phie Ambo’s documentary about an 80-year-old farmer will open the Berlinale’s Culinary Cinema; two Danish television series have also been selected  

30/01 | Berlin 2015 | Denmark

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4 nominations for the Swiss Film Award

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents earns 4 nominations for the Swiss Film Award

The list of participants for the prestigious Swiss Film Award has finally been announced at Nominations Night  

29/01 | Awards | Switzerland

Driften, a desperate race to break free from the ghosts of the past

Driften, a desperate race to break free from the ghosts of the past

The debut feature film by Swiss director Karim Patwa, in competition for the prestigious Solothurn Film Award, is a high-speed race towards an impossible redemption  

29/01 | Solothurn 2015

Teodora releases Wondrous Boccaccio by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

Teodora releases Wondrous Boccaccio by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

In the wake of the incredible success of Caesar Must Die, the two brothers will be back in theatres on 26 February with their new work based on The Decameron  

29/01 | Releases | Italy

Tanja Meissner  • Exporter

Interview: Tanja Meissner • Exporter

Memento Films International continues to focus on ambitions

Focus on the line-up and international sales strategy of the talented French company a few days before the European Film Market  

29/01

Films Distribution heads to the EFM

Films Distribution heads to the EFM

Featuring on the company’s slate are The Summer of Sangaile in the Panorama, An Italian Name as a market premiere and several upcoming titles including Agnus Dei and Mia madre  

29/01 | Berlin 2015 | Market/France

War Book: Thus ends the glory of Britain

War Book: Thus ends the glory of Britain

Tom Harper’s political thriller makes for a riveting look at how Britain makes sense of its place on the global political stage today  

29/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Signals

Two Belgian feature debuts for the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session

Two Belgian feature debuts for the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session

Two Belgian feature debuts and two high-profile co-productions, spanning laughter and tears, are on the programme of the 19th Wallimage/Bruxellimage session  

29/01 | Funding | Belgium

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

Christ Lives in Siberia: The idyllic nature of faith

This documentary from Estonian duo Jaak Kilmi and Arbo Tammiksaar is an often compelling and visually stunning mix of character study and examination of the nature of faith  

29/01 | Films | Estonia

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the concept of “normality”

Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents challenges the concept of “normality”

With her latest movie, Stina Werenfels invites us to dive into an atypical, simple and free world  

29/01 | Solothurn 2015

Jörn Donner  • Director and producer

Interview: Jörn Donner • Director and producer

"Armi was a successful, self-made, woman entrepreneur – they were unusual in the 1960s"

Cineuropa sat down with Finnish director and producer Jörn Donner to discuss his new documentary on the founder of Marimekko, Armi Alive!  

29/01

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

François Cluzet to topline Thomas Lilti’s new film

The shoot is due to start soon for the new feature by the director of Hippocrates; it will be produced by 31 Juin Films and be sold by Le Pacte  

29/01 | Production | France

More Christmas films on the way from Denmark

More Christmas films on the way from Denmark

Søren Frellesen and Jakob Bak Ley are both in a Christmassy mood, respectively shooting Emma and Santa Claus and Never Christmas Again  

29/01 | Production | Denmark

Fine distribution for first-rate European films

Fine distribution for first-rate European films

With Force Majeure, Phoenix, The Imitation Game, Pioneer and Hope, European productions are taking pride of place on the cinema listings  

28/01 | Releases | France

Bouli Lanners heads down the road to Les Premiers, les Derniers

Bouli Lanners heads down the road to Les Premiers, les Derniers

The shoot is due to kick off soon for the fourth feature by Bouli Lanners; the director will star alongside Albert Dupontel as they play two bounty hunters who have lost their way  

28/01 | Production | Belgium

Parabellum, Apocalypse When?

Parabellum, Apocalypse When?

Austrian Lukas Valenta Rinner achieves with his debut feature, in competition for the Hivos Tiger Awards, an excellent and unexpected disaster movie  

28/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Competition

Ten nominations for Saint Laurent

Ten nominations for Saint Laurent

Bertrand Bonello’s film outpaces Love at First Fight, Timbuktu, Hippocrates, La famille Bélier and Clouds of Sils Maria  

28/01 | Césars 2015 | France

Latin Lover by Cristina Comencini in cinemas in March with 01

Latin Lover by Cristina Comencini in cinemas in March with 01

The director returns with a choral comedy that marks Virna Lisi’s last cinema appearance, alongside an international cast  

28/01 | Production | Italy

Fortissimo boards Breathe Umphefumlo

Fortissimo boards Breathe Umphefumlo

Puccini’s La bohème gets South African treatment  

28/01 | Sales | UK

Second Coming: A class act

Second Coming: A class act

A refreshing take on the British experience plays itself out in the home and work environments, and in the greenest of English vales, with a religious, West Indian twist  

28/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Bright Future

The Les Arcs report highlights an upward trend

The Les Arcs report highlights an upward trend

The Les Arcs European Film Festival continued its rise to prominence during its sixth edition in December  

28/01 | Festivals | France

BBC Films to receive BAFTA

BBC Films to receive BAFTA

Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema award for company in its 25th year  

28/01 | Awards | UK

Redoubt wins the top short-film prize at Göteborg

Redoubt wins the top short-film prize at Göteborg

John Skoog’s short, about a farmer who took the Cold War into his own hands, has received one of the world’s biggest short-film awards  

28/01 | Göteborg 2015

A “supersimultaneous” release by NonStop Entertainment

A “supersimultaneous” release by NonStop Entertainment

On the same night, Yi’nan Diao’s Berlinale winner, Black Coal, Thin Ice, will be released theatrically, on VoD and on free TV  

28/01 | Releases | Sweden

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