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Jesús Silva


82 articles available in total starting from 06/10/2015. Last article published on 11/05/2021.

The 16th Tbilisi International Film Festival kicks off

The 16th Tbilisi International Film Festival kicks off

This year’s edition has a special focus on women’s rights and gender democracy, with the WomenEyes section; a total of ten European films will be screened in the International Competition  

30/11/2015 | Tbilisi 2015

Staying Alive: How to survive a breakdown

Staying Alive: How to survive a breakdown

The first feature by Norwegian filmmaker Charlotte Blom is a bittersweet comedy about a woman dealing with the aftermath of a breakup, while trying to start a new life and rediscover herself  

30/11/2015 | Black Nights 2015 | First Features Competition

28:94 Local Time: Puppets in the snow

28:94 Local Time: Puppets in the snow

The latest feature by Armenian director David Safarian is a drama about confronting adversity, understanding human nature and dealing with the past, depicted through the hardships of a married couple  

27/11/2015 | Black Nights 2015 | Competition

Every 28 Days: The longing for motherhood

Every 28 Days: The longing for motherhood

The first feature-length documentary by German filmmaker Ina Borrmann takes us on a personal journey into a woman’s unfulfilled desire for motherhood  

25/11/2015 | IDFA 2015

A common language that brings cultures together at the LUX Prize

A common language that brings cultures together at the LUX Prize

The press seminar held after the LUX Prize 2015 award ceremony revolved around the importance of a common cinematic language that is able to connect cultures, politics and genders  

25/11/2015 | LUX Prize 2015

Fassbinder: All about Rainer

Fassbinder: All about Rainer

Director Annekatrin Hendel builds up a fascinating and intimate portrait of the most controversial and productive German filmmaker, Rainer Werner Fassbinder  

24/11/2015 | IDFA 2015

Mediterranea reaches eight European cities through simultaneous screening

Mediterranea reaches eight European cities through simultaneous screening

As part of the LUX Prize initiative, Jonas Carpignano’s tale of migration was shown simultaneously at various film festivals, followed by a Q&A with the director  

12/11/2015 | LUX Prize 2015

The European Film Academy unveils its first winners

The European Film Academy unveils its first winners

The EFA has revealed its technical awards for the 28th edition of the European Film Awards, including Best Cinematography, Editing, Design, Costumes, Music and Sound  

27/10/2015 | European Film Awards 2015

Cinekid for Professionals 2015 announces its winners

Cinekid for Professionals 2015 announces its winners

Bo by Esmé Lammers has received the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award, while the winner of the Co-Production Market Prize was Tell Me More by Duccio Chiarini; there were also two Special...  

26/10/2015 | Cinekid 2015

Cinekid’s Financing Lab focuses on international co-production

Cinekid’s Financing Lab focuses on international co-production

Experienced producers discussed the pros and cons of international partnerships at the Cinekid for Professionals 2015 Financing Lab  

26/10/2015 | Cinekid 2015

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