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2732 articles available in total starting from 23/05/2002. Last article published on 21/05/2020.

Review: Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

Review: Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema

Mark Cousins’ masterful look at the art and craft of constructing a film solely using examples from the work of female directors is a must-see for all movie lovers  

21/05 | Films | Reviews | UK

Iceland’s Black Port starts filming

Iceland’s Black Port starts filming

The Vesturport-created drama series centres on a turbulent recent period for Iceland’s fishing industry through a group of friends who build their own small empire  

20/05 | Production | Funding | Iceland/UK/France

Rupert Lloyd • Producer, Noor Pictures

Interview: Rupert Lloyd • Producer, Noor Pictures

“You need to have ambition”

Cineuropa chatted with British producer Rupert Lloyd of Noor Pictures, selected as one of EFP’s 2020 Producers on the Move  

13/05 | Producers on the Move 2020

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

The Berlin and Sundance award winner by Eliza Hittman is a loving tale of young female friendship that isn't afraid to tackle big themes  

12/05 | Films | Reviews | USA/UK

Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels to be adapted for television

Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels to be adapted for television

Narrativia, the independent production company launched by Terry Pratchett in 2012, has signed a development deal with Motive Pictures and Endeavor Content to adapt the author’s literary saga  

29/04 | Production | Funding | UK/USA

Review: El Father Plays Himself

Review: El Father Plays Himself

Mo Scarpelli’s third outing shows why employing your father to act in your film may not be the best idea in this tale of estrangement, love and moviemaking  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2020

Review: Non Western

Review: Non Western

Laura Plancarte starts with the things that divide us and ends with those that bring people together  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2020

Review: Stardust

Review: Stardust

Johnny Flynn plays a young David Bowie, embarking on his first US tour, in Gabriel Range’s meagre biopic which contains not one note of the legend’s music  

24/04 | Tribeca 2020

Review: Treasure City

Review: Treasure City

Szabolcs Hajdu unveils the first major Hungarian film to be released directly on VOD: a subtle mix of nocturnal urban tales exploring the darker side of human relations  

24/04 | Films | Reviews | Hungary/Romania/Switzerland/UK

Review: A Guide to Second Date Sex

Review: A Guide to Second Date Sex

First-time movie director Rachel Hirons shows some moments of promise in this adaptation of her own riotous play starring George MacKay and Alexandra Roach  

20/04 | Films | Reviews | UK/USA

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