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En attendant les barbares: Divine words

En attendant les barbares: Divine words

France's SRF sounds the alarm in support of debut films

France's SRF sounds the alarm in support of debut films

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

Luca Guadagnino leads Europe to the Independent Spirit Awards

Luca Guadagnino leads Europe to the Independent Spirit Awards

Driver: Tales that certainly won't put you to sleep

Driver: Tales that certainly won't put you to sleep

The Tallinn Black Nights Festival Debut Film Competition opens with the world premiere of Israeli director Yehonatan Indursky's debut feature film  

24/11 | Black Nights 2017 | First Feature Competition

The European Parliament limits the circulation of online TV services to news programs

The European Parliament limits the circulation of online TV services to news programs

The Legal Affairs Committee has drastically reduced the scope of the European regulation  

24/11 | Legislation | Europe

Les sept déserteurs ou La Guerre en vrac: The irrepressible Paul Vecchiali

Les sept déserteurs ou La Guerre en vrac: The irrepressible Paul Vecchiali

At the age of 87, the French maestro is presenting his new film in competition at the Gijón Film Festival, a cheerful anti-war statement that he shot at the same time as another movie  

24/11 | Gijón 2017

Brakes: Breaking up is never easy

Brakes: Breaking up is never easy

Comedian Mercedes Grower’s debut film received a Special Mention at the Edinburgh Film Festival and is now on release in the UK  

24/11 | Films | UK

The filmmakers of tomorrow in the limelight at Belfort

The filmmakers of tomorrow in the limelight at Belfort

The 32nd Entrevues festival is organising an international competition with 12 features, and six films will vie for post-production support  

24/11 | Festivals | France

A Woman Captured: Modern slavery in the heart of Europe

A Woman Captured: Modern slavery in the heart of Europe

Bernadett Tuza-Ritter's portrait of a modern-day slave in Hungary raises questions about the phenomenon, but also about documentary filmmaking  

24/11 | IDFA 2017

The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid: A peculiarly poetic David vs Goliath story

The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid: A peculiarly poetic David vs Goliath story

Irish filmmaker Feargal Ward's documentary, screening at the IDFA, is a mix of a poetic approach and dramatisation in a story of a David vs the Goliath  

24/11 | IDFA 2017

Piotr Domalewski  • Director

Interview: Piotr Domalewski • Director

"A film that depicts a small community and serves as a metaphor for something bigger"

Polish writer-director Piotr Domalewski talks to Cineuropa about his stunning debut feature, Silent Night, which only purports to be a simple story on the surface  

23/11

Silent Night: All is (not) calm

Silent Night: All is (not) calm

First-time director Piotr Domalewski takes a snapshot of a rural Polish family as they celebrate Christmas Eve – and in doing so, he scooped the Golden Lions and showcases his unique talent  

23/11 | Films | Poland

En attendant les barbares: Divine words

En attendant les barbares: Divine words

Eugène Green presents the world premiere of his new and audacious film at Gijón: an acting workshop transformed into a film  

23/11 | Gijón 2017

France's SRF sounds the alarm in support of debut films

France's SRF sounds the alarm in support of debut films

Rapidly evaporating private funding and the cap on public support are putting young French cinematic creation in jeopardy  

23/11 | Industry | France

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

Couch Potatoes: When fathers feel misunderstood

The new film by Francesca Archibugi, the portrait of a difficult father-son relationshi, adapted from the novel by Michele Serra, stars Claudio Bisio and is out in Italian cinemas today  

23/11 | Film | Italy

EFP announces the jury for the 2018 European Shooting Stars

EFP announces the jury for the 2018 European Shooting Stars

Five high-profile industry experts to select Europe's most promising young acting talents for the 21st edition of the initiative, to be held during the Berlinale  

23/11 | Shooting Stars 2018

Luca Guadagnino leads Europe to the Independent Spirit Awards

Luca Guadagnino leads Europe to the Independent Spirit Awards

Call Me Your Name leads the way with six nominations at the awards ceremony often considered to be the precursor to the Oscars  

23/11 | Awards | USA/Europe

The Other Side of Everything triumphs at the IDFA

The Other Side of Everything triumphs at the IDFA

Other winners include The Deminer, The Distant Barking of Dogs, Solving My Mother and The Long Season, which won Best Dutch Film  

23/11 | IDFA 2017 | Awards

Jonathan Desoindre in post-production with Sun

Jonathan Desoindre in post-production with Sun

Tewfik Jallab toplines the filmmaker’s feature debut, which is being produced by Les Produits Frais and Rouge International, and sold by Cercamon  

23/11 | Production | France

The Greek Film Centre funds projects in partnership with the CNC

The Greek Film Centre funds projects in partnership with the CNC

The GFC is also expanding its support to international productions, short films, documentaries and projects in development, with a total amount of €780,000  

23/11 | Funding | Greece/France

The Noir in Festival to unspool in December and hand out the Caligari Prize

The Noir in Festival to unspool in December and hand out the Caligari Prize

The event combining literature and film is back with a prize to reward the best Italian crime movie of 2017, plus an international competition chock-full of European titles  

22/11 | Festivals | Italy

The mysterious man who lived La vida lliure

The mysterious man who lived La vida lliure

Marc Recha's new film, which world-premiered at Gijón, returns to delicately dive into a childhood world and imaginary universes  

22/11 | Gijón 2017

Nine hopefuls for the 2017 Louis-Delluc Prize

Nine hopefuls for the 2017 Louis-Delluc Prize

Arnaud Desplechin, Robin Campillo, Mathieu Amalric, Bruno Dumont, Xavier Beauvois, Eric Caravaca, Emmanuel Gras, Ado Arrietta and Raoul Peck are all in the running  

22/11 | Awards | France

Amélie van Elmbt  • Director

Interview: Amélie van Elmbt • Director

"My work is based on meetings that occur both in fiction and in real life"

We met up with Belgian director Amélie van Elmbt, whose latest film The Elephant and the Butterfly comes out in Belgian cinemas today  

22/11

Fred Cavayé helming Le Jeu, a remake of Perfect Strangers

Fred Cavayé helming Le Jeu, a remake of Perfect Strangers

The cast includes Bérénice Bejo, Suzanne Clément, Stéphane De Groodt, Vincent Elbaz, Grégory Gadebois, Doria Tillier and Roschdy Zem  

22/11 | Production | France

Rä di Martino • Director

Interview: Rä di Martino • Director

The Stand-In is a film reaching beyond the realms of cinema”

We interviewed the director of The Stand-In, Rä di Martino, who received the Eurimages Lab Project Award at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival  

21/11

The Cork Film Festival announces its award winners

The Cork Film Festival announces its award winners

The storied Irish film event has wrapped its 62nd edition with a screening of Downsizing  

22/11 | Festivals | Ireland

The Widow filming in Manhattan

The Widow filming in Manhattan

Neil Jordan is back with a new Irish thriller featuring a star-studded cast that includes the likes of Chloë Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert  

22/11 | Production | Ireland/USA

IDM South Tyrol gets behind Abel Ferrara’s Siberia

IDM South Tyrol gets behind Abel Ferrara’s Siberia

The new film by the US director is an Italian-German production; nine projects are being funded, including a dark comedy by Alessandro Angelini, a remake of the Danish movie Adam’s Apples  

21/11 | Funding | Italy

Marc Recha • Director

Interview: Marc Recha • Director

"It's the compulsive way I make films"

Marc Recha presents his latest film, La vida lliure, in world premiere in Gijón, a few days before being screened in Tallinn; and reveals some of his keys to interpretation  

21/11

France's Sopadin Grand Prix for Best Screenwriter goes to Arab Blues

France's Sopadin Grand Prix for Best Screenwriter goes to Arab Blues

Manele Labidi Labbé's screenplay wins the Sopadin prize. Seul à la noce by Thomas Keumurian wins in the Junior category  

21/11 | Awards | France

Léonor Serraille wins the Bronze Horse at Stockholm

Léonor Serraille wins the Bronze Horse at Stockholm

A slew of European productions were screened and awarded during the Scandinavian gathering  

21/11 | Festivals | Sweden

It’s a wrap on Moser - Scacco al tempo

It’s a wrap on Moser - Scacco al tempo

Nello Correale has finished shooting an unusual portrait of the life and career of a great cycling champion in Trentino  

20/11 | Production | Italy

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