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

Departure: The end of an era

Departure: The end of an era

Andrew Steggall’s directorial debut is a rewarding coming-of-age story focused on the relationship between a teenager and his mother, and the evolution experienced by both  

19/10/2015 | Ghent 2015

You (Us) Me: A dysfunctional love story

You (Us) Me: A dysfunctional love story

The debut feature by British director Max Sobol tells one of the most original romantic stories of the past year, merging a low-budget rom-com with elements of horror and black comedy  

16/10/2015 | Ghent 2015

The 29th edition of the Cinekid Festival gets under way

The 29th edition of the Cinekid Festival gets under way

Included in the programme is Cinekid for Professionals, a five-day industry event aimed at international experts within the field of children’s media  

16/10/2015 | Cinekid 2015

Max Sobol  • Director

Interview: Max Sobol • Director

"There is something universal about difficult love stories that people can relate to"

The debut feature by Max Sobol, You (Us) Me, is screening this week at the Film Fest Gent and depicts a rather unusual relationship  

15/10/2015

Remember: Chasing memories

Remember: Chasing memories

Atom Egoyan delivers a cinematic pursuit that sometimes fails to hit its target, but which is driven primarily by an extraordinary performance by Christopher Plummer  

14/10/2015 | Ghent 2015

Five Israeli films at the BFI London Film Festival

Five Israeli films at the BFI London Film Festival

Three fictions and two documentaries with Israeli producers behind them are set to screen at the London Film Festival, some with European co-producers  

08/10/2015 | London 2015 | Israel

Alias Maria awarded Best Film at the 31st Haifa International Film Festival

Alias Maria awarded Best Film at the 31st Haifa International Film Festival

The co-production between Colombia, Argentina and France won the Camel Award for Best Film, while The Brand New Testament received the FEDEORA Award  

06/10/2015 | Festivals | Israel

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