VALLETTA: The second edition of the Valletta Film Festival (VFF), organised by the Film Grain has already kicked off in the Maltese capitol with a programme of 42 international films that will have their Maltese premiers between 3-11 June.
KRAKOW: The 56th Krakow Film Festival awarded its top prize the Golden Horn for Best Film to the Russian/Estonian documentary My Friend Boris Nemtsov directed by Zosya Rodkevich.
CANNES: Romania celebrated a bumper year in Cannes with Cristan Mungiu winning the prize for Best Director for his film Graduation. The prize was shared ex-aqueo with the French/Czech coproduction Personal Shopper by Olivier Assayas
CANNES: The winner of the 10th anniversary edition of the Krzysztof Kieslowski ScripTeast Award for the Best Script from Eastern Europe is When The Trees Fall by Marysia Nikitiuk from Ukraine.
CANNES: Estonians had much to celebrate in Cannes with the visit of the European Commission Vice-President and former prime minister of Estonia Andrus Ansip to the Estonian stand and the announcement of a 12 000 EUR development grant for the winner of the B’EST EAVE Producers Workshop this week.
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CANNES: FNE is proud to present the great line-up of films from our region that will be screening in Cannes over the next few days. Be prepared for some exciting discoveries. See below.
BERLIN: Oscar winning Bosnian director Danis Tanović, whose An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker screened in Competition at the Berlinale in 2013, is back with his timely political parable, Death In Sarajevo, a tale that asks if we can ever really escape from our own history.
BERLIN: Italian documentary maker Gianfranco Rosi looks to have scored another hit with his Berlin competition Fire at Sea focusing on the small Italian island of Lampedusa and its residents as a way to look at the international migration crisis.
BERLIN: Successful London theatre director Michal Grandage makes an accomplished feature film debut with Genius a 1920s period piece set in the New York of the Roaring Twenties and boasting a cast of stars including Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Laura Linney, Dominic West and Guy Pearce.
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