Film music seems to get a lot more respect at film festivals in Europe than in the U.S. Take Belgium's Film Festival Gent, which ran Oct. 14-25, including a concert of Nino Rota's movie music…
Krakow Film Music Festival
With the exception of a few top-tier names, most composers toil away in the shadow of A-list movie stars and directors. The exception comes with six European film music festivals, where they — and…
Eight-day event on the Italian island of Sicily is gearing up to showcase 30 films, seven shorts and five docus, along with 10 master class programs.
Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales has picked up international rights for "Papusza," the story of the first published Romany Gypsy woman poet, whose verses enraged her patriarchal community.
A slow burn leads to a powerful payoff at the denouement of Czech period drama "In the Shadow," which intriguingly brings a film-noir sensibility to a time of great political tension.
Affecting, imaginatively shot docu "Here I Learned to Love" accompanies two septuagenarian brothers, Avner Kerem and Izhak Weinberg, on a pilgrimage to retrace their childhood experiences during the…
Keenly aware that U.S. productions these days are "a rarity indeed," Poland founded its Film Commission in February to focus on remedying the problem, says commission topper Aleksandra Szczerbak.
PRAGUE -- Poland's third American Film Festival will host six U.S. indie pics at its works-in-progress session, including Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker."
Grim but punchy WWII adventure "Manhunt" finds desperate times calling for desperate measures deep in the forests of Axis-occupied Poland.
Poland's Alvernia Studios is upping its game with plans for co-producing international English-language features that are ready to shoot this year.