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Norfolk: A world rewritten

Norfolk: A world rewritten

Marshland and Carmina y amén are the lucky winners at the Feroz Awards

Marshland and Carmina y amén are the lucky winners at the...

Indie Sales has high hopes for Dofus - Book I: Julith

Indie Sales has high hopes for Dofus - Book I: Julith

Premiers Plans crowns Toto and His Sisters

Premiers Plans crowns Toto and His Sisters

Aronofsky’s jury is all present and correct

Aronofsky’s jury is all present and correct

The team includes Daniel Brühl and Audrey Tautou  

27/01 | Berlin 2015 | Jury

Self-Portrait of a Dutiful Daughter: A disobedient portrait of a generation

Self-Portrait of a Dutiful Daughter: A disobedient portrait of a generation

Ana Lungu’s movie is being shown in the new feminist sidebar at Rotterdam  

27/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Signals

Cia Edström  • Head of the Nordic Film Market, Göteborg International Film Festival

Interview: Cia Edström • Head of the Nordic Film Market, Göteborg International Film Festival

"The NFM is the principal market place for new features and TV drama in Scandinavia"

Cineuropa chatted to Cia Edström about the evolution of the Nordic film industry and the Nordic Film Market event taking place at the Göteborg International Film Festival  

27/01

Tangerines: An in-depth exploration of honour and nationalism

Tangerines: An in-depth exploration of honour and nationalism

The Academy Award-nominated movie is a clever and moving examination of war  

27/01 | Films | Estonia/Georgia

A tale of revenge in progress at Göteborg

A tale of revenge in progress at Göteborg

Kjersti G Steinsbø’s The Doll in the Ceiling is being presented at the Nordic Film Market at the 38th Göteborg International Film Festival  

27/01 | Göteborg 2015 | Market

A record win for Östlund and a fresh prize for Ullmann at the Guldbagges

A record win for Östlund and a fresh prize for Ullmann at the Guldbagges

Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure received six Guldbagge Awards – Sweden’s national film prize – at the Stockholm Cirkus gala  

27/01 | Awards | Sweden

Bestselling children’s book gets the big-screen treatment

Bestselling children’s book gets the big-screen treatment

Czech illustrator Galina Miklínová is working on an adaptation of Oddsockeaters  

27/01 | Production | Czech Republic

The Swedish Film Institute gets Sweden moving

The Swedish Film Institute gets Sweden moving

Three regional film centres join the Institute's talent development programme, which is introducing its first films at the Göteborg International Film Festival  

27/01 | Göteborg 2015

Chrieg wins the Max Ophüls Prize

Chrieg wins the Max Ophüls Prize

The Swiss film has emerged victorious from the 36th edition of the festival that aims to scout out fresh German-speaking talent  

26/01 | Festivals | Germany

Bridgend: A dark, asphyxiating teen drama

Bridgend: A dark, asphyxiating teen drama

Jeppe Rønde steps out of documentaries with this studied look at the Bridgend suicide incidents, capturing the intoxicating effects of cults and Wales' beauty perfectly  

26/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Competition

Cosmodrama or metaphysics in space

Cosmodrama or metaphysics in space

Philippe Fernandez screens in Rotterdam his stylized metaphysical drama in fourteen stations  

26/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Bright Future

The Solothurn Film Festival kicks off its 50th edition

The Solothurn Film Festival kicks off its 50th edition

The 50th edition of the Solothurn Film Festival opened the show last Thursday with Unter der Haut, the debut feature film by young Bernese director Claudia Lorenz  

26/01 | Festivals | Switzerland

Norfolk: A world rewritten

Norfolk: A world rewritten

Classic British realism gets a major absurdist revamp in Martin Radich's enigmatic reimagining of the county of Norfolk  

26/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Competition

Marshland and Carmina y amén are the lucky winners at the Feroz Awards

Marshland and Carmina y amén are the lucky winners at the Feroz Awards

The Spanish Cinematographic Journalists’ Association has paved the way for Alberto Rodríguez’s thriller to clean up at the upcoming Goya Awards, by handing it five trophies  

26/01 | Awards | Spain

Eight Nordic documentaries compete for Göteborg’s Dragon Award

Eight Nordic documentaries compete for Göteborg’s Dragon Award

“Nordic documentary filmmakers are increasingly turning their cameras on the world,” said artistic director Jonas Holmberg  

26/01 | Göteborg 2015

Indie Sales has high hopes for Dofus - Book I: Julith

Indie Sales has high hopes for Dofus - Book I: Julith

Four brand-new titles are on the slate of this rapidly growing French sales agent, including the highly anticipated feature debut produced by Ankama Animations  

26/01 | Berlin 2015 | Market/France

Premiers Plans crowns Toto and His Sisters

Premiers Plans crowns Toto and His Sisters

Romanian director Alexander Nanau has won the top prize at Angers, while Hope, In the Crosswind and The Look of Silence also feature on the awards list  

26/01 | Festivals | France

The Way Out crowned Best Film by Czech film critics

The Way Out crowned Best Film by Czech film critics

The country’s film critics have bestowed their awards upon domestic movies  

26/01 | Awards | Czech Republic

While We’re Young, Force Majeure to bookend Glasgow

While We’re Young, Force Majeure to bookend Glasgow

Radiator, Life in a Fishbowl, The Wonders amongst European contenders for inaugural Audience Award  

26/01 | Festivals | UK

Minister talks up potential of Irish animation sector

Minister talks up potential of Irish animation sector

In 2014, 15 animation projects approved for funding under Section 481, with a total Irish spend of €39 million  

26/01 | Industry | Ireland

Impressions of a Drowned Man: suicide, that eternal new beginning

Impressions of a Drowned Man: suicide, that eternal new beginning

Kyros Papavassiliou revisits Greek poet Kostas Karyotakis in an unusual film nominated for the Hivos Tiger Awards  

23/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Competition

The whole region was there at the opening of the Göteborg Film Festival

The whole region was there at the opening of the Göteborg Film Festival

Liv Ullmann received the Nordic Honorary Dragon and Michael Noer screened his Key House Mirror at Göteborg’s Draken Theatre  

26/01 | Göteborg 2015

German Angst: Sex, fascism and genital-shaped monsters

German Angst: Sex, fascism and genital-shaped monsters

The constantly oneiric and uncanny German Angst is a key part of IFFR's focus on the re-emergence of Surrealism this year  

26/01 | Rotterdam 2015 | Signals

Italiano medio: Between indifference and social activism – that's your average Italian

Italiano medio: Between indifference and social activism – that's your average Italian

The long-awaited big-screen directorial and acting debut by TV and internet star Maccio Capatonda is released on 29 January via Medusa, which produced it together with Lotus  

23/01 | Films | Italy

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