The 14th Edition of Cyprus Film Days Ready to Start

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    NICOSIA: Ten films will compete in the Glocal Images competition of the 14th Cyprus Film Days International Festival, which will run from 15 to 24 April 2016.

    The 14th Cyprus Film Days International Festival, the largest international film event in Cyprus dedicated to contemporary world cinema and fiction feature films, will take place in Nicosia and Limassol.

    The five international jury members are Julek Kedzierski (Mannheim Meeting Place coordinator from Poland), Jo Katsaras (Cypriot – South African Emmy-Nominated costume designer), Vicky Krieps (actress from Luxembourg), Kyros Papavassiliou (Cypriot director, Won Best Director and Best National Film at last year’s Cyprus Film Days IFF) and Christine Haupt (German producer).

    This year the festival has no national competition for short films and documentaries.

    The Cyprus Film Days International Festival is organised by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Rialto Theatre.


    SMAC (Greece)
    Directed by Elias Demetriou

    Losers (Bulgaria)
    Directed by Ivaylo Hristov
    Produced by Pro Film
    Supported by the National Film Center

    Bada Joon (Israel)
    Directed by Yuval Delshad

    Our Everyday Life (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia)
    Directed by Ines Tanovic
    Produced by Dokument Sarajevo
    Coproduced by Spiritus Movens, Studio Maj
    Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center, Film Fund Sarajevo, Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Culture, Municipality of Stari Grad Sarajevo and Eurimages

    Interruption (Greece)
    Directed by Giorgos Zois

    All the Best (Croatia)
    Directed by Snježana Tribuson
    Produced by Kinorama
    Coproduced by Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT)
    Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center

    The Gulls (Russia)
    Directed by Ella Manzheeva

    Mellow Mud (Latvia)
    Directed by Renārs Vimba
    Produced by Tasse Film
    Supported by the Latvian National Film Centre

    Let Them Come (France/ Algeria)
    Directed by Salem Brahimi

    Parisienne (France)
    Directed by Danielle Arbid