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Festivals / UK

33 European premieres at the London Film Festival

The programme of the 49th bfi London Film Festival (October 19-November 3) just announced in London by its Artistic Director Sandra Hebron, promises to showcase "the most original and inspiring...  

16/09/2005 | Festivals | UK

Spanish stars in London

Give the Brits the opportunity to discover some of the recent Spanish film productions seems to be the aim of the first London Spanish Film Festival (23rd – 29th September), an event organised by...  

22/08/2005 | Festivals | UK

13 UK films compete for Michael Powell Award

Steven Woolley’s Stoned, David Mckenzie’s Asylum, Richard E.Grant’s Wah-Wah, Saul Metzstein’s Guy X are among the 13 new UK feature films part of the British Gala section of the Edinburgh...  

17/08/2005 | Festivals | UK

Italian cinema goes on tour in Great-Britain

22 of the most recent productions, a few Italian classics, and about ten short films are about to start their British tour with the 12th edition of the itinerant festival Italian Film Festival Uk....  

12/04/2005 | Festivals | Italy/UK

Ten years of Dogme

March 1995. Theatre de l’Odeon in Paris. During a symposium celebrating the 100th anniversary of cinema, the enfant terrible of European cinema Lars von Trier came to the stage and with a typical...  

29/03/2005 | Festivals | UK

Brits to polish their Polish film knowledge

The Polish Cultural Institute in London is organizing for the third time the Polish Film Festival from 31 March-28 April presenting 23 UK film premieres, master classes with established Polish...  

21/03/2005 | Festivals | UK

Showcase for French Films

The 12th edition of the French Film Festival is currently taking place in seven venues across the UK, with special appearances of top French directors and talent like Alain Corneau, Jean Becker,...  

17/11/2003 | Festivals | UK

LFF awards French & Danes

Eugène Green’s French film The Living World has been awarded the 6th FIPRESCI International Critics Award and Henrik Ruben Genz’s Danish film, Someone Like Hodder has won the Satyajit Ray Award...  

10/11/2003 | Festivals | UK

Angelopoulos at the NFT

The National Film Theatre (NFT) in London is dedicating a complete retrospective of Theo Angelopoulos’ feature films from November 7 to December 30, 2003. The unique homage to Angelopoulos’ work...  

06/11/2003 | Festivals | UK

LFF and Austrian cinema

To reflect the current critical success of Austrian filmmaking, the London Film Festival (LFF) is presenting a small selection of Austrian films in its Cinema Europa section, and tonight (November...  

03/11/2003 | Festivals | UK