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133 articles available in total starting from 11/07/2018. Last article published on 12/01/2022.

Steve McQueen returns to the documentary realm with Occupied City

Steve McQueen returns to the documentary realm with Occupied City

The British artist and filmmaker is in production on his first feature-length doc, focusing on his adoptive city of Amsterdam amidst World War II  

12/01 | Production | Funding | Netherlands/UK/USA

Sundance 2022 is a go, and European co-pros are invited

Sundance 2022 is a go, and European co-pros are invited

The fabled event based in Park City, Utah, will once again celebrate a virtual edition, with 27 European co-productions in tow  

11/01 | Sundance 2022

IFFR 2022 reveals its Tiger and Big Screen Competition selections

IFFR 2022 reveals its Tiger and Big Screen Competition selections

Officially taking place virtually from 26 January-6 February, the festival’s selection will be available online for an additional week for the press and industry to view  

10/01 | IFFR 2022

The post-Brexit UK Global Screen Fund is renewed

The post-Brexit UK Global Screen Fund is renewed

After its launch in April this year, the £7 million fund has been renewed for a further three years, with international producers also reaping the benefits  

30/12/2021 | Industry | Market | UK

IFFR 2022 to take place fully online due to pandemic concerns

IFFR 2022 to take place fully online due to pandemic concerns

The festival is set to be held from 26 January-6 February, in compliance with the Netherlands’ current health-and-safety guidance  

22/12/2021 | IFFR 2022 | IFFR Pro

Review: Occupation

Review: Occupation

In the wake of the Warsaw Pact invasion, a group of Prague theatre people having a post-performance booze session get a menacing visit from a Russian soldier, in Michal Nohejl’s debut  

02/12/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Alice, Through the Looking

Review: Alice, Through the Looking

Experimental theatre director and symphony composer Adam Donen comes to Black Nights with a very free, and very loopy, adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic  

01/12/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Other Cannibals

Review: Other Cannibals

This year’s First Feature Competition victor is an unnerving tale of an oddly well-adjusted cannibal, by debuting director Francesco Sossai  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: Blind Love

Review: Blind Love

This thrifty, inventive, no-budget debut by young Swiss-Kenyan filmmaker Damien Hauser tackles the subject of disability with both empathy and irreverence  

30/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Radio Amateur

Review: The Radio Amateur

A young autistic man obsessed with radio engineering tries to find some independence, but crueller forces attempt to impede him, in Spaniard Iker Elorrieta’s sensitive debut  

29/11/2021 | Black Nights 2021 | First Feature Competition

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