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‘Oh, Ramona’, box office record audience in Romanian cinemas with 111,881 entries in the opening weekend
‘Oh, Ramona’ Romanian feature film, directed by Cristina Jacob, with a script based on Andrei Ciobanu’s bestseller, beat all audience records for a Romanian production, the cinemas reporting 111,881 entries in the opening weekend, a record for a Romanian opening weekend for the past 30 years.
VFF After festivals in Berlin, Cannes and Venice it makes its way to Bratislava!
The eight Visegrad Film Forum will welcome the Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa. He has been exceptionally successful in the last year and his films are highly desired by many renowned film festivals. Visegrad Film Forum will host top-notch filmmakers from all over the world for the eight time. From the…
The International Conference on Women in Film Industry – Zagreb welcomes prominent female representatives of European film
DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY WOMEN HAVE RECEIVED THE GOLDEN ARENA FOR BEST FILM OR THE PALME D’OR IN CANNES?
Copyright Directive negotiators recognise European filmmakers’ right to benefit from the success of their works
The Federation of European Film Directors (FERA), the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe (FSE) and the Society of Audiovisual Authors (SAA) welcome the outcome of the trilogue negotiations on the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market. This is a real step forward for European authors. After many months of…
Mostafa Derkaoui’s cinema under the spotlights
The documentary Librement, Mostafa Derkaoui (eng. Freely, Mostafa Derkaoui) by Sophie Delvallée is in its final stage of post-production. The main character, Mostafa Derkaoui, who studied in the Lodz Film School in the late 60’s, will come to Berlinale to attend the public screening of his first feature film De…
Martha De Laurentiis Welcomes Europe’s Finest Up-and-Coming Acting Talent
Awards Ceremony for the 2019 EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS at the Berlinale Palast Berlin, 11th February 2019: Tonight the EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS 2019 were welcomed to the Berlinale Palast stage by US producer Martha de Laurentiis – responsible for over 40 films and miniseries including both Hannibal films and the TV…
FNE Global: Romanian Filmmaker Ioana Mischie Selected by Gus Van Sant as a Honorary Finalist out of 1000 Global Submissions in the Prestigious Coppola Shorts competition
The Coppola Shorts Contest - A Platform for Groundbreaking Cinematic Voices
Cristina Jacob’s Comedy “Oh, Ramona!” Hits Cinemas February 14
“Oh, Ramona!” is the screen adaptation of Andrei Ciobanu’s book, which writer-director Cristina Jacob chose as her upcoming comedy project.
Joint Statement: EU Urgently Needs Remuneration Rules for Authors and Performers
BRUXELLES: As the negotiations on Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market are drawing to a conclusion, European and international authors and performers' organisations urge EU negotiators to strengthen the Article -14 providing for fair and proportionate remuneration for authors and performers, and to adopt Articles 14, 15 and…
Lithuania at EFM: Challenge Accepted!
Lithuania welcomes its guests at their national stand at EFM’19 with a bold slogan: Challenge Accepted! Lithuanian representatives are ready for the new challenges and can now offer even better shooting conditions in Lithuania.
ORKA – company profile
ORKA Studio is a film producer and leader on the VFX on postproduction market, winning accolades in Poland and internationally. With over two decades of experience, it has the most advanced technology and greatest talent in the business. ORKA is a colourful company, focusing on cutting edge development, and always…
Czech Animation Is Looking for a Common Ground with the Israeli Film Industry
Richard Němec, member of the Board of the Czech Film Fund, describes the emergence of a bilateral treaty with Israel, its potential for Czech cinematography and especially animation. He admits the situation of Czech animation is not ideal, but everything that can be done is being done to improve the…
PETER FORNSTAM TO RECEIVE 2019 UNIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AT CINEEUROPE 2019
BRUSSELS, NEW YORK – 1 February 2019: Peter Fornstam, Founder & Managing Director of Svenska Bio and Chairman of the Swedish Exhibitors’ Association, has been announced as the recipient of the 2019 UNIC Achievement Award, given each year to recognise outstanding dedication and service to the European cinema industry. The…
Kirill Serebrennikov’s Summer, a nostalgic ode to the Soviet underground rock scene to open Vilnius Film Festival
As an instrument for cultural and political change, music plays a vital role in the fight for freedom. This year, music will also be at the center of the 24th Vilnius International Film Festival Kino Pavasaris, with Kirill Serebrennikov’s Summer (Leto) set to open the festival on March 21. In…
goEast 2019: 10 - 16 April 2019 Encounters Between East and West at 19th Festival Edition // Pan-European Picnic // Symposium: Constructions of the Other – Roma and the Cinema of Central and Eastern Europe // Homage to Krzysztof Zanussi // New Award
With its multi-faceted programme, featuring film screenings, workshops, exhibitions and panel discussions, goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film, hosted by DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum, is equally aimed at local cinema fans, experts from the industry and academia and guests from around the world, and sees…
The gala evening of the Czech Lion Awards will take place on 23rd March
The ceremonial gala evening of the Czech Lion Awards will take place on 23rd March 2019 and it will be hosted by the actor Václav Kopta The 26th Czech Lion, the annual awards of the Czech Film and Television Academy (CFTA), will take place in the Dvořák’s Hall of Rudolfinum…
3 dok.incubator projects at Sundance
3 films developed in dok.incubator workshop are competing at Sundance Film Festival! In the last 7 years of the workshop, 9 films have been selected for Sundance. The call for our applications deadline is on the 30th of January. World Cinema Documentary Competition In an intimate portrait “The Disappearance of…
Slovakia in spotlight of When East Meets West
Slovakia will be one of the countries in spotlight of industry platform When East Meets West (January, 20 - 22, 2019). A numerous delegation of Slovak film professionals will be representing the country at the event that is running paralely to 30th Trieste Film Festival(January 18 – 25, 2019). At…
EUROPEAN AUTHORS NEED A PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTIONATE REMUNERATION TO BE ENSHRINED IN THE COPYRIGHT DIRECTIVE (ARTICLE -14)
As the trilogue negotiations on the proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market are drawing to a conclusion, now is your last opportunity to effectively ensure European authors benefit from the economic success of their works.
Animated Documentary – A Hundred Years Old and Still Alive
Last year, it was one hundred years since The Sinking of the Lusitania by Winsor McCay, considered by historians to be the first animated documentary. Since then, this hybrid and sometimes controversial genre has changed and evolved. Popular films include the recent Another Day of Life or Waltz with Bashir…
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