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Norway competes at Cannes for the first time in 36 years

Norway competes at Cannes for the first time in 36 years

Moretti, Sorrentino, Garrone: "In it together for Italian film"

Moretti, Sorrentino, Garrone: "In it together for Italian film"

14 films so far in the globalised showcase of Un Certain Regard

14 films so far in the globalised showcase of Un Certain Regard

Ten Europeans to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Ten Europeans to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Two Romanian films in the Un Certain Regard competition

Two Romanian films in the Un Certain Regard competition

Corneliu Porumboiu's The Treasure and Radu Muntean's One Floor Below feature in the selection  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

How to Disappear Completely: Lesbian love in Berlin

How to Disappear Completely: Lesbian love in Berlin

The new film by Przemyslaw Wojcieszek is released today in Polish theatres, courtesy of Alter Ego Pictures  

17/04 | Releases | Poland

Roberto Minervini returns to the Croisette with Louisiana (The Other Side)

Roberto Minervini returns to the Croisette with Louisiana (The Other Side)

The documentary, co-produced by France and Italy, is the fourth film by an Italian director in competition in the official selection  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard/Italy

Macbeth all set to make a bow in competition on the Croisette

Macbeth all set to make a bow in competition on the Croisette

British production boasts an all-star cast including Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/UK

Son of Saul makes a splash

Son of Saul makes a splash

Careering straight into the Cannes competition, the feature debut by László Nemes delves to the heart of the horrors of Auschwitz in 1944  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/Hungary

Four French directors in search of the Palme d’Or

Four French directors in search of the Palme d’Or

Jacques Audiard and Maïwenn are back in the Cannes competition, where they have already won awards, while Valérie Donzelli and Stéphane Brizé will be making their debuts  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/France

Lars von Trier back at work on The House That Jack Built

Lars von Trier back at work on The House That Jack Built

“For the moment I feel really shitty. I cry and cry… yes, a sensitive man,” said the Danish director, who is drinking moderately – “probably not moderately enough”  

17/04 | People | Denmark

My Golden Years in the Fortnight

My Golden Years in the Fortnight

Arnaud Desplechin’s film will be presented on 15 May in the famous parallel section at Cannes  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Directors’ Fortnight

Ireland celebrates The Lobster selection

Ireland celebrates The Lobster selection

Yorgos Lanthimos’ film is funded by the Irish Film Board and produced by Element Pictures  

17/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/Ireland/UK/Greece/Netherlands/France

Dealer: Hooliganism and criminality, French-style

Dealer: Hooliganism and criminality, French-style

Jean Luc Herbulot’s raw and entertaining portrait of the drugs underworld in Paris is competing at the 33rd edition of the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival  

16/04 | Festivals | Belgium

MIPTV: Big battles on screen and between buyers

MIPTV: Big battles on screen and between buyers

The event taught those present that the value of a product is also measured by its potential impact in the digital space  

17/04 | Market | France

Luciano Barisone  • Artistic Director, Visions du Réel

Interview: Luciano Barisone • Artistic Director, Visions du Réel

“Our first selection criterion is not the subject but the quality of a film”

Cineuropa met up with Luciano Barisone, artistic director of Visions du Réel since 2011. He spoke to us about the 46th edition of the festival, which starts today  

16/04

Norway competes at Cannes for the first time in 36 years

Norway competes at Cannes for the first time in 36 years

Joachim Trier’s Louder Than Bombs will be the only Nordic entry in the main competition at the Cannes International Film Festival  

16/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/Norway

Moretti, Sorrentino, Garrone: "In it together for Italian film"

Moretti, Sorrentino, Garrone: "In it together for Italian film"

The three directors will be returning to the Croisette where they will be competing with Mia madre, Youth, and The Tale of Tales respectively  

16/04 | Cannes 2015 | Competition/Italy

14 films so far in the globalised showcase of Un Certain Regard

14 films so far in the globalised showcase of Un Certain Regard

Muntean, Porumboiu, Winocour, Larivière, Matanic, Hakonarson and Minervini are heading to Cannes to represent Europe in Un Certain Regard  

16/04 | Cannes 2015 | Un Certain Regard

Ten Europeans to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Ten Europeans to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Seven new entrees and nine filmmakers who have already won awards are among the 17 titles selected so far for a competition in which Italy and France shine the brightest  

16/04 | Cannes 2015 | Selection

Christophe Van Rompaey and Alexandra Lamy shooting Vincent en het einde van de wereld

Christophe Van Rompaey and Alexandra Lamy shooting Vincent en het einde van de wereld

Flemish director Christophe Van Rompaey has entrusted the lead female role in his new film to Alexandra Lamy  

16/04 | Production | Belgium

Significant presence of Swiss documentaries in Buenos Aires

Significant presence of Swiss documentaries in Buenos Aires

The presence of no fewer than 13 Swiss documentaries is set to transform this year’s BAFICI into a special platform for Helvetian film  

16/04 | Festivals | Switzerland/Argentina

MIPTV: Focus on the Nordics shines the spotlight on Scandinavia

MIPTV: Focus on the Nordics shines the spotlight on Scandinavia

The MIPTV event is still in full swing in Cannes and recently shifted its focus to investigating the “Nordic factor”  

16/04 | Market | France

Turkish film industry demands new regulations and formation of a film centre

Turkish film industry demands new regulations and formation of a film centre

More than 300 filmmakers and 30 organisations have signed the letter of demands, which was read at the Istanbul Film Festival's main venue  

16/04 | Industry | Turkey

Chris Kraus shooting Die Blumen von gestern

Chris Kraus shooting Die Blumen von gestern

The acclaimed German director is shooting a radical comedy about a misanthrope in trouble  

16/04 | Production | Germany

True Love Ways: I kidnapped her because she was mine

True Love Ways: I kidnapped her because she was mine

The German film by Swiss director Mathieu Seiler revisits the figures of the revenge killer and the femme fatale in competition at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival  

15/04 | Festivals | Belgium

The development of the European market for on-demand audiovisual services

The development of the European market for on-demand audiovisual services

The European Commission and the European Audiovisual Observatory publish a report prepared in the framework of their collaboration contract  

15/04 | Industry | Europe

En équilibre: Denis Dercourt makes the leap from melody to melodrama

En équilibre: Denis Dercourt makes the leap from melody to melodrama

Today, the unusual French filmmaker delivers a crowd-pleasing opus starring Cécile de France and Albert Dupontel, while Still Life is also getting a release  

15/04 | Releases | France

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