This year, the EFA will present its inaugural Prix Eurimages co-production kudo to Austrian Veit Heiduschka (Wega Film) and France's Margaret Menegoz (Les Films du Losange), who have co-produced such…
There are high hopes that ParisFX, the first special effects confab of its kind to be staged in France, will raise the profile of an industry that, though flourishing at home, needs government…
When Ivan Poharnok founded the Budapest-based special effects company Filmefex in 1996, most of the work was for commercials. Now it's almost exclusively feature films. This year, Filmefex has…
During the 1960s Vit Komrzy was studying to be an architect and mucking about with video art and animation as a hobby. Then came the Prague Spring, and Komrzy, like so many Czechs, decided to change…
Back in March, British film historian and Guardian blogger Ronald Bergan launched a withering attack on the state of contemporary film criticism.
In 1979, Paul Greengrass became the first person to get permission to film inside Northern Ireland's notorious Maze Prison, which housed paramilitary prisoners.
For French producers keen to crack the Asian market, Pusan is fast becoming a shop window sans pareil.
The scoop: Paris is the hot spot. The pledge that Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe made six years ago to put the City of Light back in lights on the film map is finally coming true, thanks to the digital…
Six of EFP's most prestigious graduates do their alma mater proud.
The U.S. leads in digital adoptions and, by extension, the upgrades needed to show 3-D features. But experts expect the "U2 3D" demo at Cannes, as well as 3-D content announced by the studios, to…