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Nine European directors to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Nine European directors to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Nineteen films for an enthralling Un Certain Regard

Nineteen films for an enthralling Un Certain Regard

The short films battling it out for the Palme d’Or

The short films battling it out for the Palme d’Or

Cardinale, Tanović and Bellocchio to take the main stage in Lecce

Cardinale, Tanović and Bellocchio to take the main stage in Lecce

Giovanni Aloi: “No regrets over being excluded”

Giovanni Aloi: “No regrets over being excluded”

Short A passo d'uomo out of competition because it was screened in other festivals outside of Italy  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Italy

Third round at UCR for Jessica Hausner

Third round at UCR for Jessica Hausner

The Austrian director is heading back to Cannes with Amour fou, in the Un Certain Regard section  

18/04 | Cannes 2014 | Austria

Radu Jude prepares to shoot Balkan Western Aferim!

Radu Jude prepares to shoot Balkan Western Aferim!

The €1.4 million period drama revolves around the hunt for a Gypsy slave in 19th-century Romania  

18/04 | Production | Romania

Little Grey Fergie is revving up for another three features

Little Grey Fergie is revving up for another three features

Norwegian production company Cinenord has signed up Norway’s most famous tractor – who has a life of his own – for a new children’s film franchise  

18/04 | Production | Norway

Assayas, Bonello and Hazanavicius: three high flyers in pursuit of the Palme d’Or

Assayas, Bonello and Hazanavicius: three high flyers in pursuit of the Palme d’Or

Clouds of Sils Maria, Saint-Laurent and The Search are in competition, as are majority productions Timbuktu and Goodbye to Language  

18/04 | Cannes 2014 | Competition/France

Nicole Garcia to chair the Caméra d’Or jury

Nicole Garcia to chair the Caméra d’Or jury

The French director and actress will be heading up the jury tasked with singling out the best of the debut films presented in all sections on the Croisette  

18/04 | Cannes 2014 | Jury

Four German co-productions in competition at Cannes

Four German co-productions in competition at Cannes

German producers will be grasping for the Palme d’Or  

18/04 | Cannes 2014 | Germany

Third time in Cannes for Ruben Östlund with Force Majeure

Third time in Cannes for Ruben Östlund with Force Majeure

New features by Ruben Östlund and Kristian Levring will fly the Scandinavian colours in the official programme at this year’s Cannes International Film Festival  

18/04 | Cannes 2014 | Nordic countries

Rohrwacher and Argento: an all female Italy to take on the greats

Rohrwacher and Argento: an all female Italy to take on the greats

Le meraviglie by Alice Rohrwacher is the Italian film in competition. Incompresa by Asia Argento selected in the Un Certain Regard section  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Italy

Mr Turner, Jimmy's Hall and Snow in Paradise among first Cannes selections

Mr Turner, Jimmy's Hall and Snow in Paradise among first Cannes selections

Veterans Ken Loach and Mike Leigh return to the Croisette  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | UK/Ireland/France

After a troubled production, Xenia makes it to the Cannes line-up

After a troubled production, Xenia makes it to the Cannes line-up

Panos H Koutras’ follow-up to festival sensation A Woman’s Way will screen in the UCR section, after having spent months in funding limbo  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Greece

Nineteen films for an enthralling Un Certain Regard

Nineteen films for an enthralling Un Certain Regard

Ten European directors will feature in a programme including several renowned filmmakers, accompanied by four feature debuts  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Un Certain Regard

Jaime Rosales to be the flag-bearer for Spanish films on the Croisette

Jaime Rosales to be the flag-bearer for Spanish films on the Croisette

The drama Hermosa juventud, together with co-productions Relatos salvajes and Still the Water, will be representing Spain, which once again only has a minor presence at a major international festival  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Spain

Nine European directors to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

Nine European directors to battle it out for the Palme d’Or

With 18 titles in the race, including four previous Palme d’Or winners and seven filmmakers having already won prizes, the competition promises to be very strong  

17/04 | Cannes 2014 | Selection

Warsaw’s CentEast Market expands to Beijing, China

Warsaw’s CentEast Market expands to Beijing, China

Having already established a showcase in Moscow, the WFF’s industry section presents Eastern European cinema in Beijing for the first time  

17/04 | Markets | Poland/China

The short films battling it out for the Palme d’Or

The short films battling it out for the Palme d’Or

On the Croisette in May, nine films will be taking part in the short-film competition, and 16 titles will feature in the Cinéfondation Selection  

16/04 | Cannes 2014 | Official Selection

Peter Brunner • Director

Interview: Peter Brunner • Director

Interview

At the Nuovo Cinema Europa 2014 festival in Genoa, Peter Brunner’s debut film My Blind Heart in competition  

12/04

Cardinale, Tanović and Bellocchio to take the main stage in Lecce

Cardinale, Tanović and Bellocchio to take the main stage in Lecce

The 15th European Film Festival in Lecce (28 April-3 May) will have ten European films in competition, pay homage to Mario Bava and focus on Palestinian cinema.  

16/04 | Festival | Italy

MiBACT: decrease by 27% of investments. Average budget reduced

MiBACT: decrease by 27% of investments. Average budget reduced

Data on Italian cinema elaborated on by MiBACT and ANICA show that the most important source of investment comes from outside investments  

16/04 | Analysis | Italy

UGC distributes Serial (Bad) Weddings in 621 cinemas

UGC distributes Serial (Bad) Weddings in 621 cinemas

Exhibitors’ hopes are high for Philippe de Chauveron’s comedy. Also released are films by Porumboiu, Leconte, Dolan and Tornatore  

16/04 | Releases | France

Benedikt Erlingsson  • Director

Interview: Benedikt Erlingsson • Director

“I worked in the countryside. With this film, I am recovering from that shock”

The histrionic Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson, talked at the Bif&st in Bari about his well-received film, Of Horses and Men, a dark comedy on the relationship between man and horse  

15/04

After broken marriages, Vuoksenmaa turns to a comedy about personal growth

After broken marriages, Vuoksenmaa turns to a comedy about personal growth

The Finnish Film Foundation is supporting four new features, including Johanna Vuoksenmaa’s Adult Camp and the returns of Jussi Vares and Ricky Rapper  

16/04 | Production | Finland

Seven French productions to be showcased at Tribeca

Seven French productions to be showcased at Tribeca

The New York festival kicks off tomorrow with The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq and Dior et moi in the competition sections  

16/04 | Festivals | France/United States

Bharat Nalluri commences Spooks shoot

Bharat Nalluri commences Spooks shoot

Film version of hit British television series underway, first footage to be revealed at Cannes  

16/04 | Production | UK

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