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2017 Miami Film Festival

Organizers of Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival 34th edition, scheduled for March 3 – 12, 2017, announced today the projects selected for this year’s MIAMI ENCUENTROS, presented by John S. & James L. Knight Foundation.Miami Encuentros, now in its 14th year, is a program of the Festival’s Industry Center, ... Full story

2017 Tribeca Film Festival will open with Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives

The Tribeca Film Festival will open the 16th edition with the world premiere of the feature length documentary Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. The premiere will be followed ... Full story

Mercenary wins 2017 HP Bridging The Borders Award at Palm Springs International Film Festival

Palm Springs – January 14, 2017— Today, at Palm Springs International Film Festival, Cinema Without Borders named Sacha Wolff's  Mercenary as the winner of 2017 HP Bridging the Borders Award offered by Cinema Without Borders. The prize for HP Bridging The Borders ... Full story

James Koenig talks about the 18th Scandinavian Film Festival L.A

The 18th Scandinavian Film Festival L.A. (SFFLA) will be on January 14, 15, 21 and 22.  To learn more about the festival we had an interview with festival’s director and founder James Koenig.James Koenig is someone whose voice is heard ... Full story

Palm Springs International Film Festival announces the nominees for the 2017 HP Bridging The Borders Award offered by Cinema Without Borders

Burbank, CA – January 4, 2016: Today, Cinema Without Borders has announced jury members and the seven nominees for HP's Bridging The Borders Award at 2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival selected by Palm Springs International Film Festival Programers. The ... Full story

First Panorama Titles For Berlin Film Festival Have Been Set

The Berlin Film Festival has unveiled the first 11 films that will run in its Panorama section. The fest says two prominent themes have already emerged among the films selected to date: “a fresh historically reflective approach to the history of black ... Full story

Andrzej Wajda’s Afterimage, Poland’s 2017 Oscar Submission And The Swan Song Of The Late Great Filmmaker

Afterimage marks the final film by late Polish film director Andrzej Wajda who died in early October at the age of 90 from pulmonary failure.  Four of his movies were nominated for best foreign language Oscars: 1975’s The Promised Land, 1979’s The Maids of Wilko, 1981’s Man ... Full story

Looking Back at 2016 Polish Film Festival, LA, a conversation with Vladek Juszkiewicz, Festival’s Director

To coordinate and pull together an international film festival, is no easy task. It takes diligence, a firm point of view of how things should unfold, and above all, it requires you to absolutely love the films your presenting to ... Full story

53rd INTERNATIONAL ANTALYA FILM FESTIVAL Opens at the newly renovated EXPO 2016 Festival Center

Antalya, Turkey (October 17, 2016)… The International Antalya Film Festival (IAFF) opened to a star studded black tie event which was broadcast live on A Haber from the Turkish Riviera.  Hosted by Festival President: Menderes Türel, The Mayor of Antalya ... Full story

ASPEN FILMFEST ANNOUNCES AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS

Aspen Film announced today its balloted Audience Award winners for the 38th Annual Aspen Filmfest.  The films 11:55 and My Blind Brothertied for Audience Award for Best Feature Film.  Mr. Gaga was chosen as Audience Award for Best Documentary Film with The Eagle Huntress as the runner ... Full story

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