Posts tagged "cineuropa"
Crowdfunding: Yes We Can!

Crowdfunding: Yes We Can!

Last year in the Cannes 2014 issue of World of Shorts, we asked our good friend Domenico La Porta – the editor-in-chief of Cineuropa – to share his thoughts on the benefits of crowdfunding.  With the appearance and organisation of online crowdfunding, creators from all walks of life now have a better chance to see...
Europe has significant part on the Oscars "short-list"

Europe has significant part on the Oscars “short-list”

From Cineuropa: Danish director Anders Walters’ Helium and Finnish director Selma Vilhunen’s Do I Have to Take Care of Everything? are among the 10 live action shorts considered for a nomination. Do I Have to Take Care of Everything? by Selma Vilhunen “It is overwhelming – I have made three films, and two of them have been shortlisted for an...
Cross media and shorts: The time is now

Cross media and shorts: The time is now

For the first time this year, Cannes’ Film Market adopts a Cross Media Corner in addition to the traditional Doc Corner and Short Film Corner, when the first could actually very well be the corridor between the two others. In 2013, distribution is still the main issue for most short film makers. Making a film...
The Cannes issue of the World of Shorts is out now!

The Cannes issue of the World of Shorts is out now!

Did you know that before this awesome magazine of ours, there was this awesome blog you’re reading right now? The World of Shorts is being released on the event of the Cannes Film Festival. This is the second year we’re releasing a mag for Cannes and the 6th issue in print of them all. Read...

First-ever Palm d’Or for Portugal, for short Arena

The first Palm d’Or in the History of Portuguese cinema was won last night by 25-year-old director João Salaviza for his second short film, Arena. Produced by Maria João Mayer for Filmes do Tejo II, the film about a young man under house arrest shot in one of Lisbon’s tough neighbourhoods earlier this month won...