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727 articles available in total starting from 16/01/2003. Last article published on 05/07/2022.

European Films on North American Screens

The summer film season in North America is usually filled with a mix of Hollywood big budget special-effects epics or low-brow buddy comedies. European films are doing surprisingly well and are...  

04/08/2010 | Releases | USA

Olive Films acquires R and Honey

US distributor Olive Films has bought North American rights the 2010 Golden Bear winner Honey from The Match Factory and Danish prison drama R from TrustNordisk. Olive Films said they plan to...  

21/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/USA

European genre films platformed on new IFC Midnight label

IFC Films, one of the leading distributors of foreign films in the US, announced on the opening of the Cannes Market that they will be acquiring new genre films for their newly created IFC...  

13/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/USA

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

Foreign language: The Prophet and White Ribbon confirmed

Foreign language: The Prophet and White Ribbon confirmed

The five nominees for the Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award are: The Milk Of Sorrow The White Ribbon A Prophet The Secret in Their Eyes Ajami  

02/02/2010 | Oscars 2010

Dragon Tattoo wins Palm Springs

Niels Arden Oplev’s Swedish blockbuster The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo won top prize, the Mercedes-Benz Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, at the Palm Springs International Film Festival...  

20/01/2010 | Festivals | USA/Sweden

Cracks finds home at IFC

Cracks, starring Eva Green (Casino Royale, The Dreamers), which premiered to critical acclaim at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival, has been picked up for North American distribution by IFC Films....  

16/11/2009 | Distribution | USA

MoMA hosts first-ever retrospective of Lithuanian cinema

The prestigious Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York is going to host from December 4-13, the first ever retrospective of Lithuanian cinema, from the Baltic republic’s declared independence...  

16/11/2009 | Events | USA/Lithuania

European Cinema Shines At FLIFF

European cinema has always had a strong presence at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. This year is no exception as FLIFF showcases a strong collection of films from a mix of...  

28/10/2009 | Festivals | USA

John Hurt Reprises His Iconic Gay Role

"I've played all kinds of roles, but the one that seems to have stayed in the imagination of the public was one I did way back in 1975", veteran British actor John Hurt shared with audiences at...  

26/10/2009 | Festivals | USA

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