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Loveless triumphs at London

Loveless triumphs at London

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

17th Viennale programme unveiled

17th Viennale programme unveiled

The IndieCork Film Festival wraps its fifth edition

The IndieCork Film Festival wraps its fifth edition

Festival director Mick Hannigan introduced the winner after a screening of Carla Simón’s Summer 1993  

17/10 | IndieCork 2017 | Awards

A Horrible Woman: Awkward but efficient couples therapy in 86 minutes

A Horrible Woman: Awkward but efficient couples therapy in 86 minutes

Christian Tafdrup’s second feature explores the pitfalls of a dysfunctional relationship  

17/10 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition 1-2

A Balkan Noir: Revenge and cigarettes

A Balkan Noir: Revenge and cigarettes

Dražen Kuljanin's dynamic thriller inserts us into the hearts and minds of protagonists who either suffer or inflict physical and psychological damage  

17/10 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition

The Anniversary: A typology of Romanian society

The Anniversary: A typology of Romanian society

Dan Chişu’s family drama, screening at Warsaw, discusses Romanians’ ambiguous relationship with their past  

17/10 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition

Biennale College – Cinema presents the 12 projects participating in its workshop

Biennale College – Cinema presents the 12 projects participating in its workshop

Three teams will be invited to attend two additional workshops, following which they will begin production on three feature-length films (debut or second works)  

17/10 | Industry | Italy

MIDPOINT chooses promising European television projects

MIDPOINT chooses promising European television projects

The selected TV works hail from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece and Serbia  

17/10 | Television | Czech Republic

Circles of the Sun: A dark odyssey set in 2035

Circles of the Sun: A dark odyssey set in 2035

Alan Lambert presented his thrilling new sci-fi feature, starring Yalda Shahidi, Dean Kavanagh and Jann Clavadetscher, at IndieCork  

17/10 | IndieCork 2017

The Miner: A truth hidden deep down

The Miner: A truth hidden deep down

Slovenian filmmaker Hanna Slak tells the true story of one man’s quest for the truth against all odds  

17/10 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition

Ireland's Ministry of Culture provides the Irish Film Board with an additional €1.5 million

Ireland's Ministry of Culture provides the Irish Film Board with an additional €1.5 million

The initiative by Minister Heather Humphreys increases the available funding for 2018 by 9%  

17/10 | Funding | Ireland

Dijon delves into global strategies and local tactics

Dijon delves into global strategies and local tactics

At the Film Meeting, there was a change in direction on the cards and a wealth of issues to discuss regarding the complex French media timeline and film pre-financing model  

16/10 | Industry | France

The pros and cons of the new world of platforms

The pros and cons of the new world of platforms

In search of funding and bold creativity, French producers and filmmakers are closing the gap with digital giants, but it’s not always a simple calculation  

16/10 | Industry | France

Connext brings together Flemish professionals and international broadcasters

Connext brings together Flemish professionals and international broadcasters

Flanders Image takes advantage of Film Fest Gent to organise three days of meetings between Flemish audio-visual professionals and international broadcasters  

16/10 | Industry | Belgium

The 24th edition of the Astra Film Festival is ready to kick off

The 24th edition of the Astra Film Festival is ready to kick off

One of Romania’s oldest film festivals, Astra brings the world’s best documentaries to the city of Sibiu  

16/10 | Astra 2017

The Confession: A rare modern film with a priest as the good guy

The Confession: A rare modern film with a priest as the good guy

Zaza Urushadze's new movie, screening at Warsaw, is a kind-hearted drama which nevertheless has a structural problem that undermines its good intentions  

16/10 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition

The Antalya Film Festival turns 54

The Antalya Film Festival turns 54

The leading Turkish festival focuses its line-up on the refugee crisis and gender equality, as the industry section expands with a staggering selection of 81 projects  

16/10 | Festivals | Turkey

Filmfest Hamburg wraps its 25th edition

Filmfest Hamburg wraps its 25th edition

This year’s iteration of the German festival showcased a wide spectrum of films, ranging from political documentaries to coming-of-age comedies  

16/10 | Festivals | Germany

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

Brian O’Malley’s new effort is a simple but beautifully crafted gothic haunted-house tale about two twins having to live – and maybe die – by the rules of an old family curse  

16/10 | Sitges 2017

Loveless triumphs at London

Loveless triumphs at London

Andrey Zvyagintsev’s film won the official competition, while John Trengove’s The Wound took home the Sutherland Award for Best First Film  

16/10 | London 2017 | Awards

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

Neil Gaiman’s short story is transformed into a heart-warming and fun-to-watch cross-genre film experience by US director John Cameron Mitchell  

16/10 | Sitges 2017

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

The Hungarian film has triumphed in the official selection of the 50th jubilee edition of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, while Joachim Trier’s Thelma won the Special Jury Award  

16/10 | Sitges 2017 | Awards

17th Viennale programme unveiled

17th Viennale programme unveiled

The organisers of the great Vienna International Film Festival have produced yet another rich and varied programme of events  

16/10 | Festivals | Austria

FICE: arthouse cinemas are essential for quality films

FICE: arthouse cinemas are essential for quality films

Market data and the effects of the new Italian cinema law were analysed at the Incontri del Cinema d’Essai in Mantua, which concluded yesterday  

13/10 | Industry | Italy

Etienne Ollagnier • Distributor

Interview: Etienne Ollagnier • Distributor

"Protecting cinemas is not just about business"

Etienne Ollagnier, producer at Jour2Fête and co-president of the Syndicat des Distributeurs Indépendants, discusses reforms to French media timelines  

13/10

Three 100% Walloon projects supported at the 86th Wallimage session

Three 100% Walloon projects supported at the 86th Wallimage session

Wallimage will throw its weight behind seven new projects in the coming months, including international titles as well as three purely local productions – a first for the fund  

13/10 | Funding | Belgium

The Lumière Festival celebrates its tenth birthday in style

The Lumière Festival celebrates its tenth birthday in style

180 films are being showcased and a multitude of prestigious guests have been invited to the event, including Wong Kar-wai, Tilda Swinton, Guillermo del Toro, Michael Mann, Alfonso Cuarón and NWR  

13/10 | Festivals | France

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