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53 articles available in total starting from 10/09/2009. Last article published on 25/11/2021.

REPORT: Just Film Works in Progress 2021

REPORT: Just Film Works in Progress 2021

We take a closer look at the five children and youth film projects introduced in this section of the Industry@Tallinn forum  

25/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event

Review: Perpetuity

Review: Perpetuity

This time around, Hungarian helmer György Pálfi offers up a dystopian drama of meaningless violence and obliterated life perspective  

22/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Cinematographer Robbie Ryan triumphs at EnergaCAMERIMAGE

Cinematographer Robbie Ryan triumphs at EnergaCAMERIMAGE

The Irish DoP won the Golden Frog Award for his camera work on Mike Mills’ C’mon C’mon, while Piotr Sobociński Jr was awarded in the Polish Competition for his work on Operation Hyacinth  

22/11 | Festivals | Awards | Poland

The Cairo International Film Festival unveils its full line-up

The Cairo International Film Festival unveils its full line-up

Emir Kusturica will chair the International Competition jury, appointed to weigh up 13 feature films, 8 of which are European productions or co-productions  

17/11 | Cairo 2021

Series Rough Pitch - The Balkan Way launched as part of the Zagreb and Ljubljana Film Festivals

Series Rough Pitch - The Balkan Way launched as part of the Zagreb and Ljubljana Film Festivals

The online initiative focused on scripts for TV series aims to strengthen the collaboration between the Balkan countries and established European markets, and to spotlight emerging talents  

16/11 | Zagreb 2021

Review: .Dog

Review: .Dog

Yianna Americanou’s feature debut is a coming-of-age drama with a touch of the thriller, featuring a cruel game between father and son and questioning family bonds  

15/11 | Thessaloniki 2021

Review: Do Not Argue with the Staff at the Baths

Review: Do Not Argue with the Staff at the Baths

Ivan Cherkelov’s eccentrically titled and melancholic seventh feature centres on the leitmotifs of return and withdrawal from life  

15/11 | Films | Reviews | Bulgaria

Review: The Belly of the Sea

Review: The Belly of the Sea

Drawing on history, painting and literature, Catalan helmer Agustí Villaronga’s eclectic survival drama mercilessly digs into the darkest sides of human nature  

11/11 | Films | Reviews | Spain

Urszula Antoniak wraps post-production on Splendid Isolation

Urszula Antoniak wraps post-production on Splendid Isolation

The sixth feature by the Polish-Dutch director broaches the subject of the death of a loved one in an allegorical manner  

28/10 | Production | Funding | Netherlands

EXCLUSIVE: Thessaloniki pays tribute to Bulgarian filmmaker Binka Zhelyazkova

EXCLUSIVE: Thessaloniki pays tribute to Bulgarian filmmaker Binka Zhelyazkova

The Greek festival rediscovers a strong female voice of European auteur cinema by organising the first retrospective dedicated to her outside of Bulgaria  

22/10 | Thessaloniki 2021

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