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L’Etoile d’or of Marrakech awarded to Austrian filmmaker Sudabeh Mortezai’s Joy
Film screened during International Panorama section at CIFF
Documentary directed by Mona Assaad
Filmmaking not only about money-making: Danish director during CIFF
FIAF enjoys 80th anniversary in special ceremony, verifies core mission, honours Thai Palme d’Or winner
Films: a mirror to changing society; how auteurs navigate through maze of restrictions within society
Film narrates famous Russian ballet dancer Nureyev who defected to West at height of Cold War
People have chance to see films streamed online, but miss chance to discuss film, see director
CFC launched in 2010 in 34th edition of CIFF, proved to be much-needed platform for Arab cinema
Other regional film festivals cancelled, CIFF maintains target to support Arab independent filmmakers, says Hefzy
While social media whirled topsy-turvy upside over dress, some expressed indifference
CIFF’s 40th edition new Best Arab film award to be selected by jury led by German critic Klaus Eder
Event named researcher, Moheb Gameel, to prepare book on festival’s history in previous editions
CIFF Fatenn Hamama Honourary award goes to…
The film takes place against the backdrop of East London, where Leon (Marcus Rutherford) is a 19-year-old boy with an alcoholic mother. Chelsea is going through two fights.
The makeup artist in the film successfully played a great role, in drawing a picture of the female protagonist’s wide forehead and nose, visible body hair, prominent teeth, things that characterised her as a ‘weird’ person, if compared with ‘mainstream’ looks of other human beings.
Comedy is present in the film especially in the interactions of the cops and the KKK, which is a product of the excellent acting performance.
This year’s edition of the Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF) included an exceptional selection of films chosen according to a policy which observes the balance between this year’s big hits which cinema lovers followed closely from one international festival to another. They have been looking forward to seeing them in Egyptian theatres on one hand, …
Egyptian Culture Minister Ines Abdel-Dayem inaugurated festival
If you can’t beat them, join them, so look for bureaucracy label
The retrospective, dubbed “Self-determined”, will focus on German women filmmakers between 1968 and 1999
Eleven world projects to be funded by HBF
“We are pleased to be able to bring such great films to India, to the enthusiastic,open-minded audience that awaits us there every year”: Dieter Kosslick, director of Berlinale
2-day summit from 28 to 29 November will focus on GMM fellows discussing programme’s contributions to their filmmaking careers, positive effects on what they have achieved so far
IFFR celebrates worldwide film, presents programme within 4 sections, each with its distinct character
Nyrabia said that the IDFA will join forces with festival colleagues around the world, to urge the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to take action to support the Sudanese artists.
For many years, the Berlin International Film Festival, also called Berlinale, has extended its presence beyond the festival season with specially curated programmes. They are known as Berlinale Spotlight. The World Cinema Fund (WCF) – the Berlin Film Festival’s funding initiative – will participate in Berlin’s Around the World in 14 Films Festival scheduled on …
Driven by Estonia’s 100th anniversary celebrations, the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival will focus on 12 countries that are celebrating their centenary this year, offering a rich retrospective with films made between 1958-1977. Europe’s map was radically changed at the end of the 1st World War, dissolving empires and creating new small nation states. Although …
Excitement of watching film without knowing what to expect is magic of cinema
Married twice, jailed twice, fame arrived after his 50th birthday