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18th Edition of the Buenos Aires Film Festival Announces Selections

This past Wednesday, at a press conference led by festival director Javier Porta-Fouz, Minister of Culture Dario Lopérfido, and Argentina’s Film Institute President Alejandro Cacetta, the Buenos Aires Film Festival revealed the films in competition.Opening night, April 13th, will feature Eugene Green’s ‘Le Fils du Joseph,’ while Don Cheadle’s ‘Miles ... Full story

Aki Kaurismaki to be Awarded with the Golden Coach Prize at Cannes

This year at the Cannes Film Festival, the Finnish director Aki Kaurismaki will be honored by the French directors’ society with the Carrosse d’Or, also know as the Golden Coach prize. Kaurismaki, known for his rebellious deadpan slapstick with films like ... Full story

Aidan Celeste Takes a Hard Look Back at the International Film Festival Rotterdam

The film industry is overproduced, and it is hard to see, let alone find, a gem at any film festival. Bero Beyer, a producer by trade, and new director of the IFFR is aware of this issue. He intends to ... Full story

Short Film Awards from the 2nd Annual Mashariki African Film Festival

Still new to the international scene, but growing fast, this year’s Mashariki African Film Festival attracted over 44 features, documentaries, and short films by filmmakers from Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso Congo-Brazzaville, France and Belgium.Event screening for the ... Full story

Winners of the 44th FEST; ‘The Diary of a Teenage Girl’ Takes Top Prize

The best films of the 44th FEST have been awarded, within 3 selections - Main program, national selection Serbian film (including minority co productions) and Frontiers; Jury prize Nebojsa Djukelic, Politika’s prize Milutin Colic and Jury prize FEDEORA have also ... Full story

Tribeca Film Festival Announces First Half of 2016 Selections

The Tribeca Film Festival is close to its 15th year running and has released the first half of the feature film selections for 2016. New this year, Tribeca has created separate sections for American narratives and International narratives to “…strengthen ... Full story

UMRIKA by Prashant Nair wins 2016 HP Bridging The Borders Award at Palm Springs International Film Festival

Palm Springs – January 9, 2016— Today, the Palm Springs International Film Festival named Prashant Nair's UMRIKA as the winner of HP Bridging the Borders Award offered by Cinema Without Borders. Prashant Nair, director of UMRIKA received HP's Bridging The Borders ... Full story

Palm Springs International Film Festival announces 2016 HP Bridging The Borders Award Nominees, (Award presented by Cinema Without Borders)

Burbank, CA – January 7, 2016: Today, Cinema Without Borders has announced the six nominees for HP's Bridging The Borders Award at 2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival selected by Palm Springs International Film Festival Programers. The Bridging The Borders ... Full story

Vladek Juszkiewicz looks back at 2015 Polish Film Festival Los Angeles, " Attendance was pretty good and the program was diversified"

2015 Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles 2015 that was held from October 13 to October 22 was a great success, attracting international film fans to watch the latest and best of Polish cinema.To look back at the festival, we had ... Full story

Three Windows and a Hanging, Kosovo's Oscar Submission

Isa Qosja's restrained drama "Three Windows and a Hanging" (Tri Dritare dhe një Varje) is Kosovo's first-ever Foreign Oscar Submission.Veteran director Isa Qosja ("ojet e mjegulles", "Proka") tackles a tough subject, the rape of women by Serb forces during the ... Full story

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