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New projects on the cards for Luca Guadagnino

New projects on the cards for Luca Guadagnino

Giant looms over the 2018 Goya nominations

Giant looms over the 2018 Goya nominations

The Parliament vows to protect the European production ecosystem

The Parliament vows to protect the European production ecosystem

José Luis Cuerda is back with Tiempo después

José Luis Cuerda is back with Tiempo después

Rotterdam unveils more titles in the Bright Future, Voices and Signatures sections

Rotterdam unveils more titles in the Bright Future, Voices and Signatures sections

The festival welcomes new films by emerging talents, as well as the last film by Jan Švankmajer  

15/12 | Rotterdam 2018

Disobedience, anti-machismo and the importance of the body at the Panorama

Disobedience, anti-machismo and the importance of the body at the Panorama

Eleven titles have been unveiled in the important section at Berlin International Film Festival, which is being directed by Paz Lázaro for the first time  

15/12 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

The EFM turns 30 and continues to expand

The EFM turns 30 and continues to expand

Berlinale’s film industry meeting point and one of the world’s leading markets is already fully booked for its 2018 edition  

15/12 | Berlin 2018 | Industry

Mark Bodzsár shoots Comrade Draculich

Mark Bodzsár shoots Comrade Draculich

A story about vampires, love and espionage, starring Zsolt Nagy, Ervin Nagy, Lili Walters, Móni Balsai, Szabolcs Thuróczy and Alexandra Borbély  

15/12 | Production | Hungary

Arthur Harari puts the wheels in motion for Fade

Arthur Harari puts the wheels in motion for Fade

Produced by Les Films Pelléas and selected at Les Arcs Coproduction Village, the third feature film project by the director of Dark Inclusion brings together drama, thriller and fantasy  

15/12 | Production | France

CineMart reveals its selection for 2018 IFFR PRO

CineMart reveals its selection for 2018 IFFR PRO

The leading Dutch co-production market introduces a refocused 35th edition with particular attention paid to the 16 selected projects  

15/12 | Rotterdam 2018 | Industry

European (co-)productions rule in the Oscars’ Foreign Language Film shortlist

European (co-)productions rule in the Oscars’ Foreign Language Film shortlist

Films from Germany, Hungary, Russia and Sweden are among the European submissions to be selected, with all other shortlisted films also co-produced by Europe  

15/12 | Oscars 2018

Icíar Bollaín brings the life of Yuli to the big screen

Icíar Bollaín brings the life of Yuli to the big screen

The Spanish filmmaker once again opts for a screenplay by Paul Laverty for a co-production portraying the life of the legendary Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta  

14/12 | Production | Spain/United Kingdom/Germany/France

Frédéric Boyer • Artistic Director, Les Arcs European Film Festival

Interview: Frédéric Boyer • Artistic Director, Les Arcs European Film Festival

"Getting the seal of approval from Les Arcs is a real advantage for a film"

Frédéric Boyer, artistic director of the Les Arcs European Film Festival, talks to us about the gathering's Work in Progress section and the changes the industry is experiencing  

14/12

Lili Horváth presents her project Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period of Time

Lili Horváth presents her project Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period of Time

The Hungarian Director, known for The Wednesday Child, participates in the Coproduction Village at Les Arcs with her second feature film  

14/12 | Production | Hungary

New projects on the cards for Luca Guadagnino

New projects on the cards for Luca Guadagnino

The Italian director is set to direct a thriller, Rio, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Benedict Cumberbatch and Michelle Williams, as well as a costume drama, Burial Rites, starring Jennifer Lawrence  

13/12 | Production | Italy/USA/France/UK

Giant looms over the 2018 Goya nominations

Giant looms over the 2018 Goya nominations

At the 32nd edition of the awards handed out by the Spanish Film Academy, the historical Basque production directed by Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi has outshone its rivals, with 13 nominations  

13/12 | Goyas 2018

The Parliament vows to protect the European production ecosystem

The Parliament vows to protect the European production ecosystem

MEPs have confirmed their wish to limit the scope of the country-of-origin principle to news and information programmes broadcast online  

13/12 | Legislation | Europe

José Luis Cuerda is back with Tiempo después

José Luis Cuerda is back with Tiempo después

The seasoned Spanish filmmaker has just wrapped the shoot for a futuristic comedy starring an appealing ensemble cast  

13/12 | Production | Spain

Jesper Ganslandt  • Director

Interview: Jesper Ganslandt • Director

“My goal is to reflect stories that are unfurling around us at this moment”

Swedish filmmaker Jesper Ganslandt talks to us about his new project, Jimmie, which won the Eurimages Lab Project Award in Haugesund last August  

13/12

Sepideh Farsi preparing The Siren

Sepideh Farsi preparing The Siren

The project, staged by Les Films d'Ici and co-produced by Belgian outfit Lunanime, is the only animated title among the 21 films selected for the Les Arcs Coproduction Village  

13/12 | Production | France/Belgium

Ten Italian films winging their way to Barcelona

Ten Italian films winging their way to Barcelona

The Barcelona Italian Film Festival is back from 15-19 December, once again showcasing the crème de la crème of this year’s Italian films in the Catalonian capital  

12/12 | Festivals | Italy/Spain

Czech “civilisation horror” Domestik in the making

Czech “civilisation horror” Domestik in the making

Czech director Adam Sedlák is readying his feature debut, at first glance a sports drama about people caught in a spiral of their own obsessions  

13/12 | Production | Czech Republic

ECAM founds The Screen

ECAM founds The Screen

The Film School of the Community of Madrid is seeking to foster Spanish productions and up-and-coming talent, with an open call for the development of feature-length projects  

12/12 | Industry | Spain

The Romanian National Film Center to give away €10.75 million

The Romanian National Film Center to give away €10.75 million

The only funding session of 2017 came with a surprise for the Romanian film industry  

12/12 | Funding | Romania

New call for projects for ACM Distribution

New call for projects for ACM Distribution

ACM Distribution, which provides international distribution support, is now open to all works co-produced with a non-European country  

12/12 | Funding | France

A clutch of European titles make it to the Golden Globes

A clutch of European titles make it to the Golden Globes

Three Billboards, Call Me by Your Name and Dunkirk shine in the general categories, while the Foreign Language Film Award includes Loveless, In the Fade and The Square  

12/12 | Golden Globes 2018

Maneki Films bags the IFCIC Award

Maneki Films bags the IFCIC Award

The outfit headed up by Didar Domehri has won the 2017 edition of the trophy, which rewards a young independent production company  

12/12 | Awards | France

Polish director Borys Lankosz shooting his third film, Dark, Almost Night

Polish director Borys Lankosz shooting his third film, Dark, Almost Night

The movie, sold internationally by Picture Tree International, is a crime-thriller based on a popular Polish novel written by Joanna Bator  

12/12 | Production | Poland

Women on Fire at REC Tarragona

Women on Fire at REC Tarragona

The Catalonian gathering dedicated its focus to female directors and professionals aiming to balance out gender inequality in the film industry  

11/12 | Industry | Spain

BPM (Beats Per Minute) dominates the nominations for the Lumières Awards

BPM (Beats Per Minute) dominates the nominations for the Lumières Awards

Barbara, See You Up There, Félicité, Orphan and C’est la vie! are also vying for the Best Film Award  

11/12 | Awards | France

Principal photography wraps for Basta credere (Io c'è) by Alessandro Aronadio

Principal photography wraps for Basta credere (Io c'è) by Alessandro Aronadio

The new film by the director of Ears is now in post-production; the cast includes Edoardo Leo, Margherita Buy and Giuseppe Battiston  

11/12 | Production | Italy

God’s Own Country triumphs at the BIFAs

God’s Own Country triumphs at the BIFAs

The other big winners of the night were Lady Macbeth, The Death of Stalin and I Am Not a Witch  

11/12 | Awards | UK

Rayhana and Kaouther Ben Hania come out on top at the 17th Brussels Mediterranean Film Festival

Rayhana and Kaouther Ben Hania come out on top at the 17th Brussels Mediterranean Film Festival

I Still Hide to Smoke has taken home the Grand Prix and the Critics’ Award, while Beauty and the Dogs scooped the Special Jury Prize and the Cineuropa Prize  

11/12 | Cinémamed 2017

The REC Film Festival awards Primer Test’s works in progress

The REC Film Festival awards Primer Test’s works in progress

The 4th edition of the Tarragona-based gathering’s lab has presented a hand-picked selection of works in progress that are aiming to have a major presence at international film festivals and markets  

11/12 | Industry | Spain

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