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The Bulgarian-German-Hungarian-Slovenian co-production is the Bulgarian submission for the Academy Award nominations for the Best Foreign Language Film and will be screened at the AFM.

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From 21 to 26 October, the following films will be available for FREE stream at

European Film Promotion (EFP) is going to present three of the best young actors from across Europe selected as 2009 SHOOTING STARS with their latest films at the

European Film Forum Scanorama in Vilnius/Lithuania (November 5-7, 2009).

This section of the 17th International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography PLUS CAMERIMAGE will present recent Polish film productions selected from all the entries submitted this year. During the Festival, they will be judged by the members of the international Jury comprising internationally acclaimed film professionals. The cinematographer and director of the best movie will be awarded at the Closing Ceremony.

Jihlava IDFF 2009 starts on October 27

The 25th Warsaw Film Festival ended on Sunday, 18 October.

The film for the WFF's closing, screened in the 777-seat room 1 of Multikino Złote Tarasy, was the Polish production Zero directed by Paweł Borowski. The director came to the screening straight from the Pusan film festival where his film had taken part in the newly established Flash Forward competition.

Institute of Documentary Film and Jihlava IDFF
October 27 - November 1, 2009, Czech Republic

"Go get some rosemary!" may well become a new motto for all who have watched the film Go Get Some Rosemary in Kaunas International Film Festival. With this phrase, the authors of the film Benny and Josh Safdies expressed the tiny boundary between the state of happiness and the state of sadness. You go to get some rosemary from the store and something may change, your sadness and loneliness may be replaced by new ideas, your problems may seem ridiculous and you may be overwhelmed with joy.