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Vassilis Economou


886 articles available in total starting from 29/11/2016. Last article published on 25/02/2021.

Yoav Abramovich • Joint director general, Israel Cinema Project - Rabinovich Foundation

Interview: Yoav Abramovich • Joint director general, Israel Cinema Project - Rabinovich Foundation

“We believe Israeli cinema has much more to offer to the world, and that co-productions and collaboration are the best way to enable this”

We found out more about the role of the fund in Israeli cinema, the importance of co-productions for the local industry, and the significance of collaborations between Israel and Europe  

15/02 | /Israel

The Lithuanian box office sees a drastic reduction in admissions in 2020

The Lithuanian box office sees a drastic reduction in admissions in 2020

The cataclysmic effect of the pandemic resulted in a very poor year for film exhibitors, with only 1.5 million tickets sold, while two local titles topped the list of most-seen movies  

12/02 | Box Office | Lithuania

The Berlinale’s Generation whispers softly but shouts loudly

The Berlinale’s Generation whispers softly but shouts loudly

With 15 films across two competitions, the section goes beyond the obvious, the dominant and the loud, and includes new voices in its line-up  

08/02 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

TV Drama Vision explores whether the transformation of storytelling can save TV from obsolescence

TV Drama Vision explores whether the transformation of storytelling can save TV from obsolescence

Johanna Koljonen and Walter Iuzzolino discussed current TV creativity, the role of streamers, how TV can survive into the future and how European content can travel  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry

The digital 38th CineMart reveals its winners

The digital 38th CineMart reveals its winners

Greece’s Cora by Evi Kalogiropoulou has taken home the €20,000 Eurimages Co-production Development Award from the 38th CineMart awards ceremony, which was held online  

08/02 | IFFR 2021 | IFFR Pro/Awards

Tigers crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Tigers crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Ronnie Sandahl’s movie has won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film, with its main actor Erik Enge also recognised, while Another Round inspired the audience  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Awards

HBO Max aims to globalise local content

HBO Max aims to globalise local content

An in-depth discussion at Göteborg’s TV Drama Vision gave a broader understanding of the changes that the launch of HBO Max in Europe will bring this summer  

05/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry

The Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation unveils its latest funding slate

The Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation unveils its latest funding slate

The Greek pubcaster is backing 14 national and international co-productions with a total of close to €950,000  

04/02 | Production | Funding | Greece

Maja Jul Larsen wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize for Cry Wolf

Maja Jul Larsen wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize for Cry Wolf

The writer of the series has snagged the circa €19,000 award following the TV Drama Vision competition that included four other Nordic series  

04/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry/Awards

The EFM “Goes Global” and screens Berlinale titles in cinemas

The EFM “Goes Global” and screens Berlinale titles in cinemas

The movies that are officially selected for the Berlinale will be screened in physical locations in four cities outside of Europe during the upcoming European Film Market  

04/02 | Berlinale 2021 | EFM

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