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Industry Reports

Produce – Co-Produce... - Bernie Stampfer, Andrea Olsson, Ulrich Michel • Essential Legal Framework training series, Erich Pommer Institut - 16/06/2022

Produce – Co-Produce... – 16/06/2022
Bernie Stampfer, Andrea Olsson, Ulrich Michel • Essential Legal Framework training series, Erich Pommer Institut
Three experts from EPI’s international workshops reflect on the institute’s latest round of training activities, and the main takeaways and concerns

Distribution, Exhibition and Streaming
FOCUS
After two years of the pandemic, the industry is gradually transitioning back to normality, with Cannes and its Marché du Film now in sight. While keeping a close eye on the tragic war unfolding in Ukraine and its effects on the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa continues to provide extensive coverage of the European film business and its most recent developments.

Film Festival Trends - The Panoramica catalogue brings Spanish films to international festivals - 24/06/2022

Film Festival Trends – 24/06/2022
The Panoramica catalogue brings Spanish films to international festivals
A selection of titles from emerging Spanish cinema is made available for film screenings via this platform, coordinated by Xavier G Puerto

New Media - Papaya Young Creators announces the winners of its 2022 edition - 24/06/2022

New Media – 24/06/2022
Papaya Young Creators announces the winners of its 2022 edition
On this occasion, the jury has awarded ten prizes, one honourable mention and four special prizes in four different categories

Distribution, Exhibition and Streaming - The International Union of Cinemas unveils its annual report at CineEurope - 24/06/2022

Distribution, Exhibition and Streaming – 24/06/2022
The International Union of Cinemas unveils its annual report at CineEurope
According to the study, 2021 was a year of recovery, but 2022 results will be pivotal for the future of cinema exhibition

Green Industry Initiatives and Sustainability - Tatort Dortmund – Gier und Angst scoops the Eisvogel – Prize for Sustainable Production - 24/06/2022

Green Industry Initiatives and Sustainability – 24/06/2022
Tatort Dortmund – Gier und Angst scoops the Eisvogel – Prize for Sustainable Production
Green consultant Roman Russo has picked up the €20,000 award for the TV crime series, which was produced in an eco-friendly fashion

Produce – Co-Produce... - Film i Väst publishes “Creative Overload”, a new report on writing and directing in the golden age of content - 24/06/2022

Produce – Co-Produce... – 24/06/2022
Film i Väst publishes “Creative Overload”, a new report on writing and directing in the golden age of content
We take a look at Wendy Mitchell’s latest report on the challenges and opportunities of working in a world where the divide between theatrical features and episodic content for platforms is growing

Produce – Co-Produce... - Studiocanal acquires Dutch FilmWorks - 23/06/2022

Produce – Co-Produce... – 23/06/2022
Studiocanal acquires Dutch FilmWorks
The French giant has bought a majority stake in the Dutch production and distribution outfit operating in the Benelux region

Discover Moonday

Co-Production Podcast

Episode 30: Theater of Violence (Denmark/Germany) - 21/06/2022

21/06/2022
Episode 30: Theater of Violence (Denmark/Germany)
The producers of the documentary by Emil Langballe and Lukasz Konopa are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 29: Motherhood (France/Canada/Tunisia) - 20/06/2022

20/06/2022
Episode 29: Motherhood (France/Canada/Tunisia)
The producers of Meryam Joober's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Ji.hlava edition: Mara (France/Russia) - 01/06/2022

01/06/2022
Ji.hlava edition: Mara (France/Russia)
The producers of the mid-length documentary by Sasha Kulak are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 28: The Open Body (Spain/Portugal) - 28/04/2022

28/04/2022
Episode 28: The Open Body (Spain/Portugal)
The producers of Ángeles Huerta's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 27: Ordinary Failures (Czech Republic/Hungary/Italy) - 08/04/2022

08/04/2022
Episode 27: Ordinary Failures (Czech Republic/Hungary/Italy)
The producers of Cristina Grosan's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 26: A Cup of Coffee and New Shoes On (Albania/Greece/Kosovo/Portugal) - 08/03/2022

08/03/2022
Episode 26: A Cup of Coffee and New Shoes On (Albania/Greece/Kosovo/Portugal)
The producers of Gentian Koçi's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 25: Strandzha (Germany/Bulgaria) - 22/02/2022

22/02/2022
Episode 25: Strandzha (Germany/Bulgaria)
The producers of Hristova Pepa's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Episode 24: The Editorial Office (Ukraine/Germany) - 17/02/2022

17/02/2022
Episode 24: The Editorial Office (Ukraine/Germany)
The producers of Roman Bondarchuk's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support

Photogalleries

Cannes 2022 – Photogalleries - 19/05/2022

19/05/2022
Cannes 2022 – Photogalleries
After two difficult years, the international film industry is finally back on the Croisette for a new, crowded edition of the Cannes Film Festival and its Marché du Film, unspooling from 17-28 May. Discover the festival highlights in our exclusive photo galleries

European Shooting Stars 2022 – Photogallery - 12/02/2022

12/02/2022
European Shooting Stars 2022 – Photogallery
The Shooting Stars are back at the Berlinale! Discover this year's ten emerging European talents who will be presented to the international press, the industry and the public in an exclusive hybrid programme organised by the German festival

Berlinale 2022 – Photogalleries - 10/02/2022

10/02/2022
Berlinale 2022 – Photogalleries
After unspooling virtually owing to the pandemic crisis last year, the Berlinale is now back to its physical format from 10-20 February. Discover the festival highlights in our exclusive photogalleries

Cinémamed 2021 – Photogalleries - 02/12/2021

02/12/2021
Cinémamed 2021 – Photogalleries
Organised from 2-12 December, the Mediterranean Brussels film festival is back to its physical format and ready to celebrate the best European and Mediterranean films. Among the directors presented, Marco Bellocchio, Nabil Ayouch, Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović, Clara Roquet, Tony Gatlif, Jonas Carpignano and many others. Check out our photogalleries here

Black Nights 2021 – Photogalleries - 13/11/2021

13/11/2021
Black Nights 2021 – Photogalleries
One of the most prestigious gatherings of the Nordic-Baltic region, the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival is set to brighten the dark Estonian winter from 12-28 November with a raft of new independent titles and a rich line-up of industry events. Discover this year’s festival highlights in our exclusive photogalleries

Lecce 2021 – Photogallery - 09/11/2021

09/11/2021
Lecce 2021 – Photogallery
Unspooling from 6-13 November, Lecce European Film Festival is finally back to its physical format and ready to celebrate the best European titles of the year. Check out our photogalleries here

Cinemed 2021 – Photogallery - 23/10/2021

23/10/2021
Cinemed 2021 – Photogallery
One of the most important showcases of Mediterranean cinema, the 43rd edition of Montpellier's Cinemed ran from 15-23 October. Discover this year's festival highlights in our exclusive photogallery

Rome 2021 – Photogalleries - 17/10/2021

17/10/2021
Rome 2021 – Photogalleries
The 16th edition of Rome Film Fest, running from 14-24 October, presented 23 new titles in its main competition. Discover our exclusive photogalleries from some of this year's red carpets

Reviews

Beautiful Beings - by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson

Beautiful Beings
by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson
Iceland’s Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson gets back to skilfully probing the cruel transition to adulthood in his second film which follows four adolescents grappling with a violent reality

Clouds of Chernobyl - by Ligia Ciornei

Clouds of Chernobyl
by Ligia Ciornei
Ligia Ciornei’s first feature, inspired by true events, is a parable of female spiritual strength and resistance in dark times of oppression

Not My Type - by Michel Leclerc

Not My Type
by Michel Leclerc
Rebecca Marder shines bright in Michel Leclerc’s new film, a romantic and melancholy comedy about artistic ambitions, the complicated process of adapting to reality and differing perceptions

Tsumu - Where Do You Go with Your Dreams? - by Kasper Kiertzner

Tsumu - Where Do You Go with Your Dreams?
by Kasper Kiertzner
Kasper Kiertzner’s documentary about young people living in a village on the East coast of Greenland breaks free from certain aesthetic canons to share some profoundly human stories

Um Corpo que Dança - Ballet Gulbenkian 1965-2005 - by Marco Martins

Um Corpo que Dança - Ballet Gulbenkian 1965-2005
by Marco Martins
Marco Martins skilfully creates an alluring cinematic portrait of the history of the Gulbenkian Ballet, as well as the Portuguese sociopolitical environment from 1965-2005

Little Nicholas - Happy as Can Be - by Amandine Fredon, Benjamin Massoubre

Little Nicholas - Happy as Can Be
by Amandine Fredon, Benjamin Massoubre
CANNES 2022: Benjamin Massoubre and Amandine Fredon have put together a delightful, nostalgia-tinged treat that’s probably more fun for parents than for their kids

January - by Viesturs Kairišs

January
by Viesturs Kairišs
Love and coming of age are interrupted by harsh reality in Viesturs Kairišs’ evocative period piece, which has just won Best International Narrative Feature at Tribeca

No Dogs or Italians Allowed - by Alain Ughetto

No Dogs or Italians Allowed
by Alain Ughetto
Combining poetry and realism, small and big history, in an original and personal animation style, Alain Ughetto signs a very endearing work of testimony on Italian migration

Interviews

Mihai Chirilov • Artistic director, Transilvania International Film Festival

Mihai Chirilov • Artistic director, Transilvania International Film Festival
Are boycotts the right path for film festivals to go down? It’s hard to find a more unambiguous answer than the one given by the artistic director, in his post ever since its first edition

Caroline Adrian • Producer of L’Enfant mouche

Caroline Adrian • Producer of L’Enfant mouche
The pilot of Delante Productions talks about her editorial line, her latest news and Philippe Pollet-Villard's project that she will pitch in Strasbourg at the Alentours Forum

Octav Chelaru • Director of A Higher Law

Octav Chelaru • Director of A Higher Law
The promising Romanian newcomer shares his views on religion and the law of desire in his first, audience-orientated feature

Ligia Ciornei • Director of Clouds of Chernobyl

Ligia Ciornei • Director of Clouds of Chernobyl
We spoke to the Romanian newcomer about her feature debut, which touches on the situation for pregnant women in Eastern Romania in the aftermath of the Chernobyl explosion

Karel Och • Artistic director, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

Karel Och • Artistic director, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
The head honcho of the largest Czech film gathering talks about the festival’s evolution, new initiatives, national cinema and welcoming Ukrainian films

Anne Vierhout • Distributor, Cinema Delicatessen

Anne Vierhout • Distributor, Cinema Delicatessen
The distributor spoke about her company’s editorial policy, the Dutch market and how her work has changed over the last two years

Alain Ughetto • Director of No Dogs or Italians Allowed

Alain Ughetto • Director of No Dogs or Italians Allowed
The French filmmaker discusses his highly original second feature film telling the story of a family of Italian migrants, and his approach to stop-motion animation

Alessandro Giacobbe • Managing Director, Academy Two

Alessandro Giacobbe • Managing Director, Academy Two
The independent cinema operator and distributor has written a letter to Italy's Minister of Culture to prevent the disappearance of movie theatres which promote quality films

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