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A collection containing hundreds of main titles from feature films, classic and recent. Check it out!
Animation is the new black
In the next two years, many directors will take their first steps in the world of animation. Some hints? Jonathan Demme and its Zeitoun (based on a book by Dave Eggers), Le magasin des suicides by Patrice Leconte and Rango, a weird homage to western by Gore Verbinski. Let’s see what comes next…
LES BARBARES is the latest short movie by French director Jean-Gabriel Périot, screening now in various festivals around the world. If politics were to come back, it could only be from its savage and disreputable fringe. Then, a muffled rumor shall arise whence that roar is heard: “We are scum! We are barbarian!” (Alain Brossat)
Perspektive Deutsches Kino, what's new in german...
Berlinale officially announced the first six german films to be screened at the Berlinale 2011 in Perspektive Deutsches Kino.
Exploring music worldwide
In the last edition of Milano Film Festival we met thirteen Ethiopian tribes thanks to the enchanting “Staring into the Sun” by photographer-filmmaker Olivia Wyatt, screened in Soundoc 2010. If you whish to travel more, take a look to the rest of the mind-blowing Sublime Frequencies’ catalogue and taste some good food for the brain.
On the DOCKS →
The new Italian producers’ platform for worldwide distribution. Take a look at the catalogue and watch the films online.
We want your film!
You can now submit your short film for the first edition of the animation festival from 9 December 2010. Everyone needs to fill in the registration form and send a DVD copy of the film in a hard cover box within 48 hours from the submission. We are accepting any kind of short and feature film in any language and of any length. The only requirement is that the films need to be dated after 1st...
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Then check out nisimazine.eu, an online magazine published by Nisi Masa, a network of associations that promotes the young talents of European cinema. You will find interviews, reviews of the latest films, up-to-date focus on international film festivals. What’s new in European, independent cinema can be found here: http://www.nisimazine.eu