Paris va pas crever d'ennui
ÉCU-The European Independent Film Festival announced the Official Selection of its 6th edition. People, films and talents from all over the world will meet in Paris from the 1st to the 3rd of April. Let’s taste the french touch.
The Centre Pompidou in Paris dedicates a retrospective and a carte blanche to Michel Gondry, starting on the 16th February. The complete programme is available here.
Berlinale Video Streaming →
You can follow all that is happening at this year Berlinale through the website and the live video streaming service. Stay tuned!
Bill Plympton in Milan
One of the greatest animators of our times will participate on the first edition of Trick Animation Film Festival in Milan. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to watch all short and feature films Bill Plympton has created through out his 40 year career as an animator, and watch him perform on a masterclass in a way you’ve never seen before. For more information and for booking...
Johannes Nyholm conquers Göteborg
Congratulations to Johannes Nyholm and his hilarious Las Palmas for winning both the Short Film and the Audience award at Göteborg International Film Festival! Which film received the Dragon Award? And what is the Swedish Best Feature? Everything you may want to know can be found on the Festival’s website!
fuckyeahglasgow: Glasgow Film Festival 2011 The Return of Cinema City Trailer 17- 27 February 2011
The Great Bear Premiere
The Great Bear directed will premiere the 15th of February during Berlinale. An animated story of a boy who is trying to find his lost sister, and in his way encounters unexpected dangers. You can view the trailer here. Don’t miss it.
Nicolas Provost receives Tiger Award in Rotterdam
After the Staff Award in the last edition of Milano Film Festival, Stardust received the Tiger Award for the Short Film Competition in Rotterdam. Congratulations to Nicolas Provost for its brilliant film that is now touring the most prestigious international film festivals. You simply can’t miss it!
News from Rotterdam and around the world
IFFR has officially stated its solidarity to Iranian film makers Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rassoulof and calls on the Iranian authority for their release and for the cancellation of the ban on making films. Milano Film Festival shares the concern for Panahi and Rassoulof outrageous conviction and for the dangerous lack of respect of a basic human right like freedom of expression.