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36 articles available in total starting from 18/06/2009. Last article published on 29/11/2010.

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Shorts Danny Boy, Animated History of Poland submitted for consideration

According to the US-based website Cartoonbrew, the latest films by two Polish filmmakers – Marek Skrobecki’s Danny Boy and Animated History of Poland by Tomasz Bagiński – are among 33 titles that...  

29/11/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Poland

UK, Ireland celebrate consolation wins

UK, Ireland celebrate consolation wins

In a year where Europe was largely shut out, compared to a stellar Slumdog-fuelled 2009, the British and Irish industries are taking comfort from the three Oscars that have come their way....  

09/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | UK/Ireland

Hurt Locker sweeps Oscars

Hurt Locker sweeps Oscars

The Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow, which has earned $20 million (13.2 million pounds) at box offices, picked up six awards. Austrian actor Christoph Waltz won best supporting actor for his...  

08/03/2010 | Oscars 2010

The New Tenant wins Best Short Film

The Danish/US short film The New Tenants by Joachim Back picked up Best Short Film-Live Action at last night’s Oscar ceremony in Hollywood. This is the third Oscar win for M&M Productions in this...  

08/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Denmark

Waltz with Oscar

After scooping a Best Actor Palme at Cannes, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA, to name only a few of the awards for his role as a nasty Nazi in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, Viennese thesp...  

08/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Austria

Spain gets piece of Oscar glory thanks to Secret in Their Eyes

Spain gets piece of Oscar glory thanks to Secret in Their Eyes

Against all predictions, which had Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon down as favourite, Argentinean director Juan José Campanella won the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar for The Secret in Their...  

08/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Spain

Logorama crowned Best Animated Short

Logorama crowned Best Animated Short

Even though Jacques Audiard’s A Prophet came away empty-handed from the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony, the French film industry was honoured last night in Los Angeles for the Best Animated Short...  

08/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | France

Academy rules cause confusion

Academy rules cause confusion

There is great anticipation ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 7. Europe is pinning most of its hopes on multi-European production The White Ribbon by Michael Haneke and A...  

05/03/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Europe

Germany’s Oscar fever yet to break

Germany’s Oscar fever yet to break

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has chosen Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon for the shortlist in the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar category (see news). The film,...  

03/02/2010 | Oscars 2010 | Germany

Industry delight at Oscar nominations

The apex film bodies of the UK and Ireland are delighted with the bountiful nominations at this year’s Oscars. UK Film Council CEO John Woodward said, “This year’s Oscar contenders reflect the...  

03/02/2010 | Oscars 2010 | UK/Ireland

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