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ScripTeast Participating Projects 2012{mosimage}0/1 Scriptwriter:George Dorobantu (Romania) READ MORE >>> {mosimage}{mosimage}Echo Scriptwriters: Blaz Kutin & Rolanda Rebrek (Slovenia) READ MORE >>> {mosimage}Heroine Scriptwriter: Paweł Sala (Poland)READ MORE >>>{mosimage}Home GuardsScriptwriters: Kristina Goda & Réka Divinyi (Hungary) READ MORE >>> {mosimage}I Bring Fire Scriptwriter: Simon Szabo (Hungary) READ MORE >>> {mosimage}{mosimage}Lovesong Scriptwriters:…
The 31st Istanbul Film Festival EndedThe 31st Istanbul Film Festival organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts under the sponsorship of AKBANK ended on Sunday, 15 April. Throughout two weeks, a total of 140 thousand cinephiles watched 220 films by 232 directors from 52 countries at 522 screenings…
Hungarian Success at New Horizons IFF WROCLAW: The Grand Prix of the 11th New Horizons IFF (www.nowehorizonty.pl) and 20,000 euros went to Attenberg (Greece 2010) directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari. Sándor Kardos's Gravedigger (A sírásó, Hungary 2010) received the jury's special mention along with the FIPRESCI award. Some 110,000 spectators…
MIFF 2011: Star studded closing for Moscow International Film Festival READ MORE >>> MIFF 2011: Moscow Film Festival Prize Winners READ MORE >>> MIFF 2011: Moscow Business Square focuses on Baltics, Georgia and CIS countries READ MORE >>> MIFF 2011: Russian programme director Irina Pavlova, New Directions of Russian Cinema…
FNE at Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition: Black Thursday In his drama Black Thursday Antoni Krauze explores the tragic Polish shipyard workers riots of December 1970, a recent and painful chapter in the Polish history. The script is based on a real life story of Brunon Drywa, a shipyard worker…
Venice (110', colour, 2010) by renowned director Jan Jakub Kolski is one of the most important productions being presented at the market. This affecting film is set during World War II. The cellar of a house becomes both a place of hiding and a place of cherishing the deepest, most…
The 51st Krakow film festival awardsKraków, 29th May 2011 - "Tonia and Her Children" by Marcel Łoziński, "The Argentinian Lesson" by Wojciech Staroń, and "1994" by Haveh Tehrani chosen as the best films at the 51st Krakow Film Festival; "Phnom Penh " by Paweł Kloc awarded twice - with Silver…
Polish Film Institute Sets Strong Berlinale Line-up The Polish Film Institiute (www.pisf.pl) will see its largest presence at the Berlinale, with five films screening at the festival. The 2011 representation is a big improvement in comparison to the previous years, a result of PFI's determination to make Polish cinema visible…
FESTIVALS: Mundane History wins ERA New Horizons top prizeMundane History, Anocha Suwichakornpong's biting critique of Thai society has won the Grand Prix (€20,000) of the NEW HORIZONS International Competition. The FIPRESCI jury awarded Nikolay and Yelena Renard's film Mama/ Russia/ 2010. The audience award went to Le Quattro Volte by…
Gdynia Polish Film Festival Competition spotlight: Tomorrow Will be Better {mosimage}Dorota Kędzierzawska's Gdynia competition film Tomorrow Will be Better tells the story of three homeless Russian boys who travel to Poland in search of a better life, with the universal hope that life is different and better somewhere else. READ…
FNE at Krakow 50th Anniversary: Interview with Krzysztof Gierat {mosimage}The 50th edition of the Krakow Film Festival started on the 31st of May and will last till the 6tth of June 2010. Festival Director Krzysztof Gierat talked to FNE about the influence that the event has on the industry and…
FNE at Cannes: EFP Producer on the Move Tamas Liszka{mosimage}Hungarian "Producer on the Move" Tamás Liszka is breaking new ground in the field of animation in Hungary, and earning high praise along the way. Tamás Liszka"He's a many-sided talent," says Eurimages' Tamas Joo. "The feature animation market is new territory…