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713 articles available in total starting from 16/01/2003. Last article published on 23/05/2022.

HBO Max announces its first Finnish series, ID

HBO Max announces its first Finnish series, ID

Helmer AJ Annila is now attached to direct HBO Max's first Finnish Original, created by Mia Ylönen and Aleksi Bardy  

09/02 | Production | Funding | Finland/USA

The Power of the Dog leads the nominations for the Oscars

The Power of the Dog leads the nominations for the Oscars

Jane Campion’s European co-production has racked up 12 nods, while Belfast has 7, and Flee, The Worst Person in the World and Parallel Mothers also shine bright  

08/02 | Oscars 2022

Review: Silver Bird and Rainbow Fish

Review: Silver Bird and Rainbow Fish

Spanning 20 years of Chinese history, Lei Lei’s animated documentary follows the struggles of a family from the county of Ningdu as their lives are torn apart by the system  

08/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Stephen Hall’s Victorian period thriller The Gates in the works

Stephen Hall’s Victorian period thriller The Gates in the works

Set in 1890s London and shot in Ireland, the film stars John Rhys-Davies, Richard Brake, Elena Delia and Michael Yare in the leading roles  

07/02 | Production | Funding | Ireland/USA/Canada

SXSW lifts the lid on its line-up

SXSW lifts the lid on its line-up

European films are dotted throughout the US festival, which returns in March as an in-person event (with an online component) with a programme of 99 features, 76 of which are world premieres  

04/02 | SXSW 2022

Review: EAMI

Review: EAMI

Paraguayan director Paz Encina creates a haunting parable on the displacement of indigenous groups in the Gran Chaco of South America  

01/02 | IFFR 2022 | Tiger Competition

Review: Pas de deux

Review: Pas de deux

Elie Aufseesser’s first feature film explores the complex relationship binding together two brothers with very different temperaments and ambitions  

31/01 | Solothurn 2022

Sundance announces its prizewinners

Sundance announces its prizewinners

The festival took to Twitter to publish its list of award winners: European victors included Utama, All That Breathes, Girl Picture, Klondike and The Territory  

31/01 | Sundance 2022 | Awards

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Ecology meets biker ghosts meets dairy farms in Francisca Alegría's film that's pleasantly wacky until it runs out of gas  

28/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

The first feature by Francisca Alegría, produced by France, Chile and Germany, has been selected in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival  

27/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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