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219 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 05/10/2022.

The BFI sets out its ambitious new ten-year strategy, Screen Culture 2033

The BFI sets out its ambitious new ten-year strategy, Screen Culture 2033

The UK’s leading film body has outlined a wide-ranging corporate strategy for the next decade, setting itself new targets for raising revenue and engaging with the public  

05/10 | Industry | Market | UK

Experts at the Zurich Summit discuss luring audiences to see arthouse titles

Experts at the Zurich Summit discuss luring audiences to see arthouse titles

A panel of four international executives in the theatrical space spoke about audience retention and development at arthouse theatres, as well as co-existing with the streamers  

03/10 | Zurich 2022 | ZFF Industry

The Kings of the World is crowned yet again at the 18th Zurich Film Festival

The Kings of the World is crowned yet again at the 18th Zurich Film Festival

Laura Mora Ortega has won her second big prize in a month, following her victory at San Sebastián, whilst Elena Avdija’s Stuntwomen was awarded the Golden Eye in the Focus Competition  

03/10 | Zurich 2022 | Awards

Industry executives discuss succeeding with transatlantic production at the Zurich Summit

Industry executives discuss succeeding with transatlantic production at the Zurich Summit

The panel, composed of four senior international executives, went into detail on financing structures, comparative sources of public money, and the importance of the US market once films are complete  

30/09 | Zurich 2022 | ZFF Industry

The Zurich Summit muses on financing independent films in the age of streamers

The Zurich Summit muses on financing independent films in the age of streamers

A panel of international industry powerbrokers discussed this contentious and fast-developing issue at the Zurich Film Festival’s industry conference  

29/09 | Zurich 2022 | ZFF Industry

Review: Kristos, The Last Child

Review: Kristos, The Last Child

VENICE 2022: Giulia Amati’s insightful documentary follows a messianically named tyke who’s the youngest person living on the 30-inhabitant-strong Greek island of Arki  

16/09 | Venice 2022 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Trenque Lauquen

Review: Trenque Lauquen

VENICE 2022: Argentinian director Laura Citarella steps up to the festival big leagues with this four-hour tale, following an academic researcher who decides to become a Sherlock Holmes-like gumshoe  

15/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: The Bride

Review: The Bride

VENICE 2022: Sérgio Tréfaut’s short, sharp film follows a female inductee of Daesh, as she awaits her own trial after her husband’s execution  

15/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Laura Citarella • Director of Trenque Lauquen

Interview: Laura Citarella • Director of Trenque Lauquen

“I think that maybe there is not just one reference I used; there is a whole map of books”

VENICE 2022: We spoke to the rising Argentinian filmmaker about her new four-hour-and-ten-minute work, which follows an amateur sleuth’s investigation into a brace of arcane mysteries  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Orizzonti

Review: The Damned Don’t Cry

Review: The Damned Don’t Cry

VENICE 2022: Fyzal Boulifa’s beautifully made second feature charts the divergent fortunes of a mother and her late-adolescent son in Morocco, who are forced into itinerant, unstable work  

14/09 | Venice 2022 | Giornate degli Autori

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