On its 15th anniversary, Berlinale Talents once again offers the public and its 250 Talents a diverse programme of events, and proves that it’s still young enough to keep reinventing itself.
The KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival has opened its call for entries to professional filmmakers and students worldwide for its 10th edition, taking place October 17 to 22 at EYE Filmmuseum in the Dutch capital. The event celebrates animation of all sorts, from feature and short films to commercials, video games and installations.
Making a documentary is much more than simply filming what surrounds us. It can be a way of understanding the world, a tool to make it a better place, an art form where you can find your own voice. This intensive lab is designed to introduce young people to the world of documentary filmmaking. Through...
DOK Industry will celebrate its 13th edition in 2017, against the backdrop of the 60. International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film.
FIRST FILMS FIRST is an intensive professional training program aimed at supporting young Southeast European film directors to develop their first feature-length fiction film.
Submission of the 10th Festival of European Animated Feature Films and TV-Films is now open!
The 89th Academy Awards took place on February 26, in Los Angeles, celebrating the best in film achievement. The Academy rewards short films in three categories as well: live action, animation and documentary.
From 6th – 17th March, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to London with an electric mix of films that highlight infringements to human rights across the globe, housed this year at Picturehouse Central and the Barbican.
ANIMA – Córdoba International Animation Festival is both an academic and cultural event, devoted specifically to animation in its artistic and technological dimensions. Held every odd year since 2001, ANIMA is the main animation event in Argentina and a very influential player in its field in Latin America.
FEST Pitching Forum is a unique event that opens a world of opportunities to new filmmakers.
The 67th Berlin International Film Festival has come to a close and the Golden Bear for Best Film went to a Hungarian feature, On Body and Soul (Testről és lélekről) by Ildikó Enyedi. But there were several prizes for short films, check out the winners below.
The 15th edition of Berlinale Talents was rounded off yesterday by Berlinale International Jury member and artist Olafur Eliasson as well as director Raoul Peck, who is at the festival this year with the Oscar-nominated I Am Not Your Negro (Panorama) and Le jeune Karl Marx (Berlinale Special). During the last six days, over 100...
Hungarian film is having a strong presence at the 66th Berlinale. ‘On Body and Soul‘ is selected for the Official Competiton, ‘1945‘ is in the Panorama and ‘Volcano Island‘ in the Generation programme.