Posts tagged "WOYC"
WOYC Fear and anxiety at a close-up - Interview with Simon Mesa Soto

WOYC Fear and anxiety at a close-up – Interview with Simon Mesa Soto

Two years ago Simon Mesa Soto’s short film Leidi, the story of a young girl travelling through her village to find the father of her son, won the Short Film Palme d’Or at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. This year, Simon is returning to the Official Competition with Madre, which once again follows a girl...
From paralysis to opportunity – it's a new world out there, so adapt, adapt, adapt!

From paralysis to opportunity – it’s a new world out there, so adapt, adapt, adapt!

The only way to embrace new media is to drop the outdated definition of what a filmmaker is and does. text by Ádám Dobay There’s this guy on Vine called Arthur. Arthur lives in London, drives a truck, and has an awfully cute baby. His six-second videos are sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek portrayals of his self-stereotyped persona...
World of Young Cinema - the Cannes 2016 issue is out now!

World of Young Cinema – the Cannes 2016 issue is out now!

The Cannes 2016 issue of the first feature and short film magazine World of Young Cinema is out now! The English-language first feature and short film magazine writes about young cinema professionals and their activities. Emerging producers from the Producers on the Move programme share their thoughts on their works and hopes for the future,...
Documentary Feature Debuts – Following the Instincts

Documentary Feature Debuts – Following the Instincts

Making one’s first feature film is a challenging project, especially if the production is likely to take a number of years – as is the case for most documentaries. Despite all difficulties, however, some can achieve the highest standards. This article takes a look at three inspiring stories about successful feature-length documentary debuts. We try...