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I Milionari, the rise and fall of the "good guys" from Naples

I Milionari, the rise and fall of the "good guys" from Naples

Piracy and distribution windows: future issues in the pipeline

Piracy and distribution windows: future issues in the pipeline

Jocelyn Moorhouse shoots The Dressmaker

Jocelyn Moorhouse shoots The Dressmaker

Eurimages supports 17 co-productions

Eurimages supports 17 co-productions

BAFTA creates new Director of Awards role

BAFTA creates new Director of Awards role

Emma Baehr will oversee all five of BAFTA’s London-based ceremonies  

22/10 | Institutions | UK

Irish Film Board announces Catalyst Project winners

Irish Film Board announces Catalyst Project winners

Three filmmaking teams to make films budgeted at €350,000  

22/10 | Production | Ireland

Danes Go South – to the Zagreb Film Festival

Danes Go South – to the Zagreb Film Festival

A Danish Focus with 11 films, a co-production meeting and a royal visit are included in the 19-26 October programme  

22/10 | Festivals | Croatia/Denmark

Up-and-coming actors now in August’s The Serious Game

Up-and-coming actors now in August’s The Serious Game

Sverrir Gudnason and Karin Franz Körlof will play the leads in Pernilla August’s adaptation of Hjalmar Söderberg’s 1912 novel  

22/10 | Production | Sweden

Frans Weisz  • Director

Interview: Frans Weisz • Director

“This film has taken me to many countries, more than any of my other films”

Dutch director Frans Weisz presented his family film Finn at the London Film Festival. Cineuropa spoke to him  

20/10

"Customer care has to come together with high quality productions"

"Customer care has to come together with high quality productions"

The Italian Film Boutique initiative offered a selected showcase of top Italian productions to buyers, distributors, network managers and sales managers from all over the world  

21/10 | The Business Street 2014

Alternative and independent cinema on show at Tofifest

Alternative and independent cinema on show at Tofifest

The gathering organised in Toruń asserts its originality with the “From Poland” section and such titles as Beavers and Polish Shit  

21/10 | Festivals | Poland

Juan Barrero  • Director

Interview: Juan Barrero • Director

"I learned to direct by editing other people’s films"

The Inner Jungle, Juan Barrero’s debut feature is finally released in Spain. We chatted with the director  

21/10

The origins, triumphant rise and fall of Spandau Ballet in Soul Boys of the Western World

The origins, triumphant rise and fall of Spandau Ballet in Soul Boys of the Western World

In Italian: George Hencken's documentary retraces the dizzying career of the British band, evoking a vibrant cross section of 1980s London  

21/10 | Rome 2014 | Gala

I Milionari, the rise and fall of the "good guys" from Naples

I Milionari, the rise and fall of the "good guys" from Naples

Alessandro Piva’s film reconstructs the true story of one of the most powerful Camorra clans. Starring Francesco Scianna and Valentina Ludovini  

21/10 | Rome 2014 | Cinema d'oggi

Piracy and distribution windows: future issues in the pipeline

Piracy and distribution windows: future issues in the pipeline

The Minister of Culture has added the fight against piracy to her list of priorities, while negotiations continue for the provision of works  

21/10 | Industry | France

Jocelyn Moorhouse shoots The Dressmaker

Jocelyn Moorhouse shoots The Dressmaker

Cast includes Kate Winslet and Judy Davis  

21/10 | Production | Australia/UK

The Seville European Film Festival gives Spanish cinema a warm welcome

The Seville European Film Festival gives Spanish cinema a warm welcome

La ignorancia de la sangre will open a programme that will also be showcasing films by Pere Vila i Barcelò, Sergi Pérez and Ángel Santos  

20/10 | Festivals | Spain

Eurimages supports 17 co-productions

Eurimages supports 17 co-productions

The Board of Management of the Council of Europe’s Eurimages Fund agreed to allocate a total amount of €4,538,000  

21/10 | Funding | Europe

One model is not the answer

One model is not the answer

The conference of Europa Distribution in Rome focused on new film marketing and distribution strategies  

21/10 | The Business Street 2014

The Judgement: a haunting tale from the mountains

The Judgement: a haunting tale from the mountains

After directing one of Bulgaria's most successful films, The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner, Stephan Komandarev is back with his new feature, The Judgement  

21/10 | Festivals | Luxembourg

Films from the South awards Jodorowsky – over Skype

Films from the South awards Jodorowsky – over Skype

Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz’s courtroom drama Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem wins the Silver Mirror at Oslo’s largest film festival  

21/10 | Festivals | Norway

Swedish Underdog becomes a favourite at Chicago and Zurich

Swedish Underdog becomes a favourite at Chicago and Zurich

Ronnie Sandahl’s feature debut takes the top prize at the Chicago Film Festival, which celebrates its 50th anniversary with a Spotlight on Scandinavia  

21/10 | Awards | Sweden/US

Fredi M Murer  • Director

Interview: Fredi M Murer • Director

“I really wanted to bring this story to the silver screen”

For his new film, Liebe & Zufall, Swiss writer/director Fredi M Murer received financial support from Teo Gheorghiu, who performed as a young pianist in Vitus  

21/10

Defining a new, level playing field

Defining a new, level playing field

In the face of emerging global players, the French film industry is going on the offensive around the concept of being a receiving country  

20/10 | Industry | France

China Day: an amazing opportunity for the European cinema industry

China Day: an amazing opportunity for the European cinema industry

A positive outcome for the B2B meetings in which around 20 co-production projects were presented to a delegation of Chinese producers, content providers and investors  

20/10 | The Business Street 2014

"Stories need to be based on a common ground"

"Stories need to be based on a common ground"

The Business Street - New Cinema Network hosted yesterday a special Spotlight on Argentina and Brazil, guest countries of 2014 edition of Rome IFF's market  

20/10 | The Business Street 2014

Stephan Komandarev’s The Judgement wins at Varna

Stephan Komandarev’s The Judgement wins at Varna

21 Bulgarian productions and co-productions competed at the 32nd Golden Rose Film Festival  

20/10 | Festivals | Bulgaria

Trash, a journey to Brazil for Stephen Daldry

Trash, a journey to Brazil for Stephen Daldry

Three young boys from the Rio favelas at the heart of a socio-political thriller with an incurably optimistic eco message of peace  

20/10 | Rome 2014 | Gala

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