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Mediterranean cinema shines at Montpellier

Mediterranean cinema shines at Montpellier

The 40th edition of Cinemed Film Festival – due to take place in the Occitan city from 19 to 27 October – boasts a rich and diverse programme  

18/10 | Festivals | France

Doclisboa kicks off today and takes a stand

Doclisboa kicks off today and takes a stand

Despite pressure to alter its programme, the 16th edition of the Portuguese event will screen 243 films from 54 countries, as originally planned  

18/10 | Festivals | Portugal

A joyful Abycine turns 20 with a spring in its step

A joyful Abycine turns 20 with a spring in its step

On Thursday 18 October, the Albacete International Film Festival will kick off a new edition bulging at the seams, which will culminate in the screening of Carlos Vermut’s Quién te cantará  

17/10 | Festivals | Spain

IndieCork Film Festival wraps its sixth edition

IndieCork Film Festival wraps its sixth edition

The award winners were announced by the festival committee after a screening of Laura Bispuri’s Daughter of Mine  

16/10 | Festivals | Ireland

Game Girls comes out on top at Bordeaux

Game Girls comes out on top at Bordeaux

The Grand Jury Prize at the seventh Bordeaux International Independent Film Festival has been bestowed upon the documentary by Poland’s Alina Skrzeszewska  

15/10 | Festivals | France

Carmen & Lola emerges triumphant at Cinespaña

Carmen & Lola emerges triumphant at Cinespaña

Arantxa Echevarría’s feature debut has taken home the Golden Violet for Best Film, the Best Actor Award and the Audience Award  

15/10 | Festivals | France

170 films showcased at Festival Lumière

170 films showcased at Festival Lumière

Heritage cinema returns to the limelight in Lyon for a 10th edition, featuring various contemporary films, including Roma  

12/10 | Festivals | France

Geneva International Film Festival announces its rich programme

Geneva International Film Festival announces its rich programme

The 24th edition of GIFF (2 to 10 November) remains true to itself by proposing a daring programme that ventures off the beaten track  

11/10 | Festivals | Switzerland

DOK Leipzig announces full programme

DOK Leipzig announces full programme

Werner Herzog's Meeting Gorbachev will open one of Europe's biggest documentary festivals, which will feature 306 films and focus on female directors  

11/10 | Festivals | Germany

Saint-Jean-de-Luz crowns Tel Aviv on Fire and Sir

Saint-Jean-de-Luz crowns Tel Aviv on Fire and Sir

The movies by Israeli-Palestinian director Sameh Zoabi and India’s Rohena Gera have split the Grand Prix at this festival centred on films by young auteurs  

08/10 | Festivals | France