Ventana Sur opens Nov. 28, unspools through Dec. 3. Here are 10 Things to Know About Latin America's biggest mart-meet: 1. CANNES FESTIVAL FILM WEEK Cannes Festival chief Thierry Fremaux will host a…
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PARIS — Jonathan Nossiter (“Mondovino”), “Long Way North” helmer Remi Chaye, “Full Contact” director David Verbeek and “Gomorrah” cinematographer Maurizio Braucci are among the up-and-coming and…
Following a decade of continuous growth, MIFA, the International Animated Film Market of France’s Annecy Festival, is aiming for even more expansion in 2017 in dimension, duration and activities…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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A lesser-known title, "People That Are Not Me," took the big prize on Saturday night at the 31st Mar del Plata Festival, Latin America's only so-called A festival. Far higher-profile pics, however…
IDFA Industry Head Adriek van Nieuwenhuijzen: 'Within the Current Political Climate, We Feel It's Important to Tell These Stories'
AMSTERDAM – When IDFA festival head Ally Derks and her team began putting this year's festival together, they couldn't possibly have foreseen the way world events would shape 2016, from the U.K.'s…
Festival goers and industry luminaries paid homage to South East Asian regional storytelling Wednesday night, as the 27th edition of the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) kicked off with…
Singaporean filmmaker Boo Junfeng considers 2016 a very good year. Following a standing ovation for his second feature "Apprentice" after it was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes…
AMSTERDAM — It's not often that a band that has been on the circuit since 1980 and had several bona fide mainstream hits can be considered in any meaningful way underground. And yet Slovenia's…
A sad, searing and profoundly empathetic study of electoral process in a minute Bulgarian village split by opposing responses to the Syrian refugee crisis.
The 16th Marrakech Film Festival – one of the largest cultural events in the Arab world and African continent – has unveiled its full-line up. Opening film is the 1920s-set transcendent spy thriller…
Though Alberdi's short, audience-friendly film offers plenty of sweetness and light observational humor, the sad anger of its message still burns through.