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LONDON: American director Paul Thomas Anderson took home the runner-up Silver Lion Prix of the Venice Film Festival for The Master amid a storm of controversy after The Hollywood Reporter…
VENICE: Korean director Kim Ki-duk collected the Golden Lion for Best film for his ultra violent Pieta in a year that saw Ulrich Seidl’s Paradies: Glaube as the only film…
VENICE: Oldies beware Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers might seem slight but the buzz from younger Euro-critics after its first screening in Venice was decidedly positive.
VENICE: Japanese director and actor Takeshi Kitano returns to Venice with his sequel to his gory but beautifully choreographed 2010 hit Outrage. Beyond Outrage takes up where Outrage left off…
VENICE: Terrence Malick was never going to have an easy time trying to follow-up on his Tree of Life success but To The Wonder rather underwhelms in the attempt. While…
ROTTERDAM: Cinema City International (cinemacity.nl), Central Europe’s largest multiplex operator, reported a 5.5 percent decline in revenues and 4.9 percent decline in ticket sales in the first half of 2012…
VENICE: Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s portrait of religious cult in post World War II America is definitely one of the most powerful entries in this year’s Biennale Film Festival competition.
VENICE: Austrian director Ulrich Seidl launched his three part trilogy Paradise in Cannes with Paradise: Love and he now arrives in Venice with part two, Paradise: Faith.
Representatives from 26 countries are expected to attend CICAE’s(cicae.org) 9th European Summer University for arthouse cinema professionals taking place 27 August – 2 September in Venice.
EDINBURGH: Representatives from the Ministries of Culture of six of the newest EU and CEE countries have said there is a need to support coproductions and to find new sources…
Nine documentaries developed in Wajda School and produced by Wajda Studio are available on Doc Alliance’s website for free from August 6th till August 13th.
MOSCOW: More than 20 films in production and post-production from Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Croatia will be presented to international film…
LOCARNO: Focusing on the challenges surrounding the distribution of European Arthouse films in Eastern and Central Europe, the first edition of the Step In Initiative of the Festival del film…
WROCŁAW: The 24 participants of the 3rd New Horizons Studio, which took place during the T-Mobile New Horizons IFF (www.nowehoryzonty.pl) spoke with FNE about their current projects and their views…
Hungary and Slovenia are expected to host film productions from India and Pakistan in 2012.
Film New Europe is happy to announce its partnership with Locarno Film Festival's Industry Days STEP IN initiative. STEP IN will provide insight and look for global and pan-European solutions…
With Bosnia and Herzegovina entering the MEDIA Programme, expanding its access to film funding and now looking at a promising line-up of new films in the coming year, the country…
Seven years after Poland decided to make the film industry a priority with both money and expertise that established the Polish Film Institute (PISF), Polish cinema is a well-established presence…
{mosimage}Second year of a networking and educational platform for European students Visegrad Film Forum (VFF) will take place at the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts…
{mosimage}The third Sarajevo Film Festival Regional Forum (www.sff.ba) outlined proposed reforms to the European Convention on Cinematographic Co-production that will ease the way toward expansion eastward.

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