Posts tagged "germany"
Miskolc: the Home of Fine Cinema

Miskolc: the Home of Fine Cinema

  The 13th Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Festival will take place between the 9th and 18th September, 2016, in Miskolc, Hungary. We’re looking forward to meet young people and film experts again in Miskolc. In the past years our festival won renown and prestige not only in the region and in Europe, but all over the world. Every year we have several hundreds of entries,...
#MEAT - Interview with Marc J. M. van den Broek

#MEAT – Interview with Marc J. M. van den Broek

#MEAT is a German short film from the Cannes Short Film catalogue, presented in the Short Film Corner this year. Director Marc J. M. van den Broek has answered us to a couple of questions about his film. What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story? #MEAT is an associative...
Vote for the best German music video!

Vote for the best German music video!

12 music videos are nominated for the 18th MuVi Award for the Best German Music Video, selected from almost 200 submissions. From 5 April, all 12 candidates are online, ready to gather votes for the MuVi Online Audience Award which is chosen by Internet and Facebook users. The line-up includes new clips for Olli Schulz,...
62nd Oberhausen is presenting 5 artists and filmmakers

62nd Oberhausen is presenting 5 artists and filmmakers

The 62nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is presenting five artists and filmmakers from China, Germany, Israel, Norway and Austria in its Profile programmes. These include the first European retrospective of Chinese artist Sun Xun’s films, an extensive retrospective of the films of Austrian artist Josef Dabernig, the first retrospective of films by the Israeli...
Visegrad in short(s) forum is calling!

Visegrad in short(s) forum is calling!

Join to the second edition of the forum “Visegrád in Short(s)” which will take place during FILMFEST DRESDEN – International Short Film Festival from April 12th – April 17th 2016 in Dresden, Germany. The deadline for the application is the 15th of February! “Visegrád in Short(s)” is a forum aimed at film professionals from the Visegrád countries...
Filmfest Dresden is calling for entries!

Filmfest Dresden is calling for entries!

The 28th edition of International Short Film Festival Dresden will be held from 12th – 17th April, in 2016. They are accepting submissions until the 5th of December, so two weeks away from today. The innovative festival is focusing on finding the finest national and international short films, and also organising special events that supports the...
62nd Oberhausen Short Film Festival is calling for entries!

62nd Oberhausen Short Film Festival is calling for entries!

Submissions are now open for the competitions of the 62nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, which will take place from 5 to 10 May 2016. Deadlines depend on the submitted work’s country of production: the deadline for international productions is 1 February 2016 (receipt), the deadline for German productions, including submissions for the MuVi Award...
Official short film programme of Annecy Film Festival!

Official short film programme of Annecy Film Festival!

The 2015th Annecy International Animated Film Festival is opening today, delivering yet again a fine collection of feature and short films from the animated film industry. This list of the short films is created from the Official Selection, and Out of Competition, which turned out to be truly diverse and colourful this year. Official Selection A...
European Film Academy will hold a Master Class, applications due: August 9th

European Film Academy will hold a Master Class, applications due: August 9th

The EFA is holding a Master Class with Andreas Hykade and friends Ari Folman, Phil Mulloy, David OReilly and Izabela Plucinska through 9 – 15 September 2013 in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The EFA Master Class 2013 ANIMATION TODAY is dedicated to modern animation. During the week, participants will form a team and create an animation film from the original idea to the...

Shorts on the Top

Braunschweig, Brest, Cottbus – Three international movie fests awarded Hungarian films this weekend. 23rd Braunschweig International Film Festival The short film music award, “The Leo” went to Mama by director Géza M. Tóth, composer Attila Pacsay and sound designer Imre Madacsi. The complete jury statement: “On the roof of a high building a young woman...