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The Invisible Boy marks a change in Italian cinema

The Invisible Boy marks a change in Italian cinema

Advance on receipts for Antonin Peretjatko’s La loi de la jungle

Advance on receipts for Antonin Peretjatko’s La loi de la jungle

Spanish films rack up the best box-office performance ever

Spanish films rack up the best box-office performance ever

Oliver Stone to shoot Snowden flick in Bavaria

Oliver Stone to shoot Snowden flick in Bavaria

Oscars announce shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film

Oscars announce shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film

Force Majeure, Ida, Corn Island and Timbuktu, among the shortlisted films  

19/12 | Academy Awards 2015

Les Arcs crowns The Fool

Les Arcs crowns The Fool

A Crystal Arrow for the film by Yury Bykov. These Are the Rules and Labyrinth of Lies excel. Cineuropa Award for Waste Land  

19/12 | Festivals | France

Cinelink 2015 first call for entries is now open

Cinelink 2015 first call for entries is now open

New format of CineLink Project Development Workshops and new application procedures for CineLink co-production market, announced  

20/12 | Industry | Bosnia-Herzegovina

A star-studded cast for All About My Parents

A star-studded cast for All About My Parents

On 25 December, Kino Swiat will release the new film by Marcin Krzysztalowicz in Polish theatres  

19/12 | Releases | Poland

Some competitive Christmas presents for cinema from the government

Some competitive Christmas presents for cinema from the government

The improved national and international tax credits in favour of film production have been approved by the Parliament  

19/12 | Industry | France

Domestic audiences to pick the next European film for Czech distribution

Domestic audiences to pick the next European film for Czech distribution

Aerofilms has launched the Scope50 initiative in the Czech Republic  

19/12 | Distribution | Czech Republic

Five projects presented at Tarragona

Five projects presented at Tarragona

The 14th REC International Film Festival in Tarragona presented five projects at different stages of post-production to film professionals from all around Europe  

19/12 | Industry | Spain

Wild Tales is a double finalist at the 20th Forqué Awards

Wild Tales is a double finalist at the 20th Forqué Awards

The Spanish-Argentinean co-production is competing as the Best Latin American Fiction Film as well as the Spanish equivalent; it is up against such successful titles as Marshland and El niño  

18/12 | Awards | Spain

The Invisible Boy marks a change in Italian cinema

The Invisible Boy marks a change in Italian cinema

Gabriele Salvatores latest film stands out by entering into the unexplored world of comic book movies with an innovative idea that combines auteur cinema with the world of fantasy  

18/12 | Films | Italy

Eurimages supports 15 co-productions

Eurimages supports 15 co-productions

The Board of Management of the Council of Europe’s Eurimages Fund has agreed to allocate a total amount of €4,033,000  

18/12 | Funding | Europe

Advance on receipts for Antonin Peretjatko’s La loi de la jungle

Advance on receipts for Antonin Peretjatko’s La loi de la jungle

The CNC will also be backing films by Verhoeven, Vecchiali, Richard-Serrano, Ben Attia, Verheyde and Arrieta  

18/12 | Funding | France

Spanish films rack up the best box-office performance ever

Spanish films rack up the best box-office performance ever

€123 million in takings and a market share of 25.5% give the Spanish film industry plenty of cause for joy  

18/12 | Box office | Spain

Oliver Stone to shoot Snowden flick in Bavaria

Oliver Stone to shoot Snowden flick in Bavaria

Principal photography for the film, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the whistleblower, will kick off in Munich in February 2015  

18/12 | Production | Germany

Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo still in the lead

Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo still in the lead

Following the amazing feat it achieved at the weekend (taking over €2 million), Il ricco, il povero e il maggiordomo has raked in another €339,000 during the start of the week  

17/12 | Box office | Italy

Bowling Balls, a big-engine comedy

Bowling Balls, a big-engine comedy

Mark Punt makes the most of the end-of-year festivities to release his new black comedy, Bowling Balls, gang wars in a land of Flemish Hells Angels  

17/12 | Releases | Belgium

The Solothurn Film Festival announces the schedule for its 50th edition

The Solothurn Film Festival announces the schedule for its 50th edition

The Solothurn Film Festival this year celebrates half a century in action led by its director, Seraina Rohrer, head of this important Swiss Festival for four years  

17/12 | Festivals | Switzerland

The big ambitions of La famille Bélier

The big ambitions of La famille Bélier

Eric Lartigau’s film is being released by Mars Distribution, surfing the crest of a huge media buzz; movies by Wargnier, Demoustier and Cuenca also come out today  

17/12 | Releases | France

The European Parliament crowns Ida

The European Parliament crowns Ida

Pawel Pawlikowski's award-winning film has beaten Céline Sciamma's Girlhood and Rok Biček's Class Enemy at the ceremony held in Strasbourg  

17/12 | LUX Prize 2014

Two Swedish movies and one Danish film selected in Berlin’s Generation programme

Two Swedish movies and one Danish film selected in Berlin’s Generation programme

Beata Gårdeler’s Flocking, Sanna Lenken’s My Skinny Sister, and Jannik Hastrup and Flemming Quist Møller’s Mini and the Mozzies have made the cut  

17/12 | Berlinale 2015 | Sweden/Denmark

Marshland spearheads the nominations for the Feroz Awards

Marshland spearheads the nominations for the Feroz Awards

Alberto Rodríguez’s film towers above the other favourites: Magical Girl by Carlos Vermut and Carmina y amén by Paco León  

16/12 | Awards | Spain

European cinema celebrated at the Miami Jewish Film Festival

European cinema celebrated at the Miami Jewish Film Festival

The 18th edition of one of the largest Jewish cultural events in Florida will be held from 15-29 January and will showcase a raft of European titles  

17/12 | Festivals | US/Europe

First few titles announced for the Berlinale Panorama

First few titles announced for the Berlinale Panorama

The second major section of the Berlinale has just announced its selection of 11 fiction films and several documentaries  

16/12 | Berlinale 2015 | Panorama

30 domestic releases expected in Romania in 2015

30 domestic releases expected in Romania in 2015

The strong competition may change how local films are distributed in the country  

16/12 | Releases | Romania

Hyena: a Bad Lieutenant from London

Hyena: a Bad Lieutenant from London

Gerard Johnson makes an excellent thriller about a corrupt policeman. A bulldozer film in competition at the Les Arcs European Cinema Festival  

16/12 | Les Arcs 2014

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