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Thirteen films have been selected for the main competition of the Jihlava documentary film festival (dokument-festival.cz), which runs October 27-November 1 in the Czech Republic.
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…
Institute of Documentary Film and Jihlava IDFFOctober 27 - November 1, 2009, Czech Republic
Polish director Borys Lankosz received the FIPRESCI award for Best East European debut for his Gdynia fest winner Reverse at the Warsaw film festival (www.wff.pl) awards ceremony on October 17, while Estonia won the Best Documentary award for Disco and Atomic War.
Tilt, a film by Viktor Chouchkov, based on script developed by Boris Chouchkov and Dimitar Kotzev at the first edition of ScripTeast, will be presented at Cent East film market in Warsaw.
The CinePecs V. Movast festival gave its main prize, the Golden Benjamin, to The Other Irina by Romanian filmmaker Andrei Gruzsniczki.
Forum and Ex Oriente Film 3rd workshop - October 27 - 30, 2009 East European Forum - public pitching session - October 31 - Nov 1, 2009
Institute of Documentary Film and Jihlava IDFFOctober 27 - November 1, 2009, Czech Republic
"Wake up, Stasys! Bouzkachi is about to start!" this is how Bouzkachi: The Chant of Steppes, the film of Kaunas International Film Festival starring the world famous Lithuanian painter Stasys Eidrigevičius, begins. In a few days, cineastes and fans of the Lithuanian artist residing in Poland will have an opportunity…
Dear All, Hereby Magyar Filmunió would like to draw your attention to the Hungarian movies to be screened @ Warsaw Film Festival's silver jubilee edition.
Hungarian films are competing in three sections during the Warsaw film festival (www.wff.pl) , running through October 18.
Four Hungarian films will be screened at the Chicago film festival, taking place through October 22.
Igor Šterk's film 9:06 gathered the bulk of the awards handed out at the 12th Festival of Slovenian Films in Potoroz, including best film and best director.
Zebra is white; the glass is half full; the egg came first; to be - these are the answers provided by the third Kaunas International Film Festival to the questions that everybody asks sooner or later. The festival's slogan this year is: "Film that answers questions".
Two Slovak films, Foxes and Broken Promises have been selected for the World Cinema section of the Pusan film festival.
Twelve of the 48 films competing for the European Film Academy's European Film Awards this year are in the programme of the 25th Warsaw Film Festival.
After the world opening in Montreal IFF, Guilt, a Cyprus/Greece co-production directed by Vassilis Mazomenos, has been chosen to officially open the Panorama of European Cinema International Film Festival in Athens (Oct. 22-Nov. 1).
Independent director, screenwriter, editor and production designer Janez Lapanjne follows his film poetics of his earlier films (Short Circuits, Rustling Landscapes) in his third feature, Personal Baggage.
The Antalya Golden Orange film festival (October 10-17) features 12 films in international competition and 16 Turkish full-length films in the national competition section.
Igor Šterk's forth film (Ljubljana, Tuning, and Ekspres, Ekspres) has its Slovenian premiere at the 12th Festival of Slovenian Film, following its world premiere in competition in Montreal.