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Leeds International Film Festival Sets Dates, Spotlights On Stuart Croft & Smita Patil - deadline.com - Britain - New York - India - city Beijing
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18.07.2024 / 10:46

Leeds International Film Festival Sets Dates, Spotlights On Stuart Croft & Smita Patil

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the plan for the 2024 Leeds International Film Festival (LIFF).

Venice Film Festival’s XR Section to Feature 19 World Premieres, Seven International Premieres - variety.com - France - Netherlands
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18.07.2024 / 10:42

Venice Film Festival’s XR Section to Feature 19 World Premieres, Seven International Premieres

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Venice Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of projects for Venice Immersive, the Extended Reality (XR) section of the event. The program, which will include 63 projects from 25 countries, takes place on the island of Lazzaretto Vecchio from Aug. 29 to Sept.

Payal Kapadia, Tim Blake Nelson, Luca Marinelli, Diana Elbaum Join Locarno Film Festival Jury - variety.com - France - Italy - Austria - Belgium - Switzerland - Nigeria - Rwanda - Finland - Algeria - Morocco - Madagascar
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18.07.2024 / 08:48

Payal Kapadia, Tim Blake Nelson, Luca Marinelli, Diana Elbaum Join Locarno Film Festival Jury

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Cannes Grand Prix winner Payal Kapadia (“All We Imagine as Light”); U.S. actor Tim Blake Nelson; Italian actor Luca Marinelli; and Belgian producer Diana Elbaum have been recruited for jury duty by the Locarno Film Festival.

Kate Winslet Feted At The Munich International Film Festival: “It’s Hard To Make Films As A Woman And It Is Hard To Make Films About Women” - deadline.com - France - Germany
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13.07.2024 / 10:39

Kate Winslet Feted At The Munich International Film Festival: “It’s Hard To Make Films As A Woman And It Is Hard To Make Films About Women”

Kate Winslet was feted before the European premiere of her film Lee at the Munich International Film Festival and told the packed crowd about starring in, and producing, the movie about war photographer Lee Miller.

Deauville American Film Festival Marks 50th Anniversary With Retrospective Of 50 Films That “Changed The Way We Look At The World” - deadline.com - France - USA - Hollywood - Texas - county Wells - Charlotte, county Wells
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13.07.2024 / 09:47

Deauville American Film Festival Marks 50th Anniversary With Retrospective Of 50 Films That “Changed The Way We Look At The World”

France’s Deauville American Film Festival has announced a retrospective gathering 50 U.S. features that have challenged perceptions of the world to mark its 50th anniversary.

Kevin Spacey to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award in Taormina, but Not at the Film Festival - variety.com - Italy - Armenia
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13.07.2024 / 08:13

Kevin Spacey to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award in Taormina, but Not at the Film Festival

John Bleasdale Guest Contributor Kevin Spacey is to receive a lifetime achievement award at the Teatro Antico in Taormina, Sicily. The award is presented as part of the Nations Awards, organized by Michel Curatolo and Marco Fallanca in association with the Senate of the Italian Republic and the Region of Sicily. Previous recipients include Gerard Depardieu, Abel Ferrara and Claudia Cardinale.

‘Blitz’: Steve McQueen’s WWII Drama Starring Saoirse Ronan To Open 2024 London Film Festival - theplaylist.net - Britain
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13.07.2024 / 07:19

‘Blitz’: Steve McQueen’s WWII Drama Starring Saoirse Ronan To Open 2024 London Film Festival

We’re only a few weeks away from the complete Toronto International Film Festival slate and the Venice International Film Festival lineup being revealed. So, it’s no surprise that other major fall film festivals are lining up their filmmaker invitations.

Sharon Stone to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Taormina Film Festival - variety.com - Italy - county Stone
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12.07.2024 / 20:30

Sharon Stone to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Taormina Film Festival

Ellise Shafer Sharon Stone will receive Taormina Film Festival‘s Golden Cariddi for Lifetime Achievement on the Italian event’s closing night this month. Stone joins a prestigious lineup of actors who have been honored with the award, including Jessica Lange, Robert De Niro, Tom Cruise, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Richard Gere, Colin Firth and Isabelle Huppert.

Lena Waithe Accepts Variety Creative Conscience Impact Award at the Framline48 Film Festival - variety.com - USA - Hollywood - county Jack - county Dunn
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12.07.2024 / 17:53

Lena Waithe Accepts Variety Creative Conscience Impact Award at the Framline48 Film Festival

Jack Dunn American screenwriter, producer and actor Lena Waithe was honored with the Variety Creative Conscience Impact Award at the Framline48 Film Festival, hosted by media arts nonprofit Framline, in San Fransico on Saturday, June 29. The award celebrates an individual in entertainment who personifies the industry’s dedication to humanitarian, cultural and charitable causes. Waithe was selected as this year’s recipient for her accomplishments as a filmmaker, her work as an entrepreneur and commitment to championing Black and queer communities.

‘Life,’ ‘To A Land Unknown’ Win Main Prizes at Sophomore Edition of Mediterrane Film Festival - variety.com - Britain - Scotland - Malta - city Valletta - county Bee
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01.07.2024 / 09:17

‘Life,’ ‘To A Land Unknown’ Win Main Prizes at Sophomore Edition of Mediterrane Film Festival

Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Zeki Demirkubuz’s “Life” was awarded the Golden Bee for Best Feature Film at the second edition of the Mediterrane Film Festival. Mahdi Fleifel’s Un Certain Regard breakout “To a Land Unknown” took the Jury’s Choice prize, while Brandt Andersen’s “The Stranger’s Case” won Golden Bees for Best Director for Andersen and Best Acting for Yasmine Al-Massri.

Marco Mueller Takes Taormina Film Festival Back to Formula Used in Golden Age (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain
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28.06.2024 / 12:17

Marco Mueller Takes Taormina Film Festival Back to Formula Used in Golden Age (EXCLUSIVE)

John Bleasdale Guest Contributor Veteran festival director Marco Mueller was only hired to take over as the artistic director of the Taormina Film Festival in April this year. “I’m stressed out,” he told Variety, two weeks ahead of the festival opening, but he is philosophical.

Five Docs Selected for Catapult Film Fund and True/False Film Festival’s Rough Cut Retreat (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com
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27.06.2024 / 15:57

Five Docs Selected for Catapult Film Fund and True/False Film Festival’s Rough Cut Retreat (EXCLUSIVE)

Addie Morfoot Contributor Five documentary filmmaking teams haven been selected to participate in the Catapult Film Fund and True/False Film Festival‘s ninth annual Rough Cut Retreat. The immersive mentorship is designed for documentary feature filmmakers who lack strong feedback networks.

Karlovy Vary Film Festival Celebrates New Gen of Czech and Slovak Filmmakers: ‘The World Is Waiting’ - variety.com - Norway - Czech Republic - Hungary - Slovakia
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27.06.2024 / 15:57

Karlovy Vary Film Festival Celebrates New Gen of Czech and Slovak Filmmakers: ‘The World Is Waiting’

Marta Balaga Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival is readying for its upcoming edition, featuring “lots of interesting themes, lots of different countries and lots of female directors,” says programmer Vojtěch Kočárník. Themes of “fragile family bonds and explorations of love driven by complex female characters,” Kočárník says, will also feature prominently in many of the fest’s films, such as Norway’s “Loveable.” In addition, there are a few period dramas with a contemporary touch, such as Margarida Cardoso’s “Banzo,” Bruno Anković’s “Celebration,” about young men seduced by right-wing ideology, and Iveta Grófová’s 1940s-set “Hungarian Dressmaker.” “In many historical films, there is this clear distinction between good and evil.

Ken Burns Gives Nantucket Film Festival Audiences a Glimpse of His Latest Doc ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ - variety.com - USA
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23.06.2024 / 22:19

Ken Burns Gives Nantucket Film Festival Audiences a Glimpse of His Latest Doc ‘Leonardo da Vinci’

Addie Morfoot Contributor Ken Burns attended the 29th annual Nantucket Film Festival, which concludes Sunday, to give audiences a glimpse of his latest PBS documentary “Leonardo da Vinci.” The two-part, four-hour doc — directed by Burns, his daughter Sarah Burns and his son-in-law David McMahon — explores the life and work of the 15th-century polymath. “Leonardo da Vinci,” which begins airing in November, marks the first project Burns has directed that unfolds entirely outside the continental United States.

Mediterrane Film Festival Opens Second Edition With ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ and a Focus on Uniting Mediterranean Nations - variety.com - county Garden - Indiana - Malta - city Valletta
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23.06.2024 / 13:21

Mediterrane Film Festival Opens Second Edition With ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ and a Focus on Uniting Mediterranean Nations

Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor The Mediterrane Film Festival kickstarted its second edition with the international premiere of Alexandre de La Patellière and Matthieu Delaporte’s “The Count of Monte Cristo.” The film, shown at the heart of Malta’s capital of Valletta on Saturday night, was followed by a reception at the historic Mdina Ditch Gardens, in which Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech highlighted the importance of the festival as an event to “unite the nations of the Mediterranean through film.” The sentiment echoes this year’s festival theme of Unity Through Film, with Grech adding that he hopes the festival will bring nations together to “share stories that celebrate not only our diversity but also our shared outlook.” The film commissioner emphasised the success of the festival’s first edition, claiming the return to the local economy “far exceeded our investment, showing once again what a force for good film is in our country.” Several members of the local film industry were present at the gathering as well as international attendees in this year’s jury president Jon S. Baird (“Tetris,” “Stan and Ollie”) and “Triangle of Sadness” actor Zlatko Burić, who was part of last year’s jury.

Matt Dillon, Alice Diop Celebrate Coming-of-Age Films at Nouvelles Vagues Biarritz Film Festival; ‘Emilia Pérez’ Breakout Karla Sofía Gascón Named Guest of Honor - variety.com - France - city Brussels - city Riyadh
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19.06.2024 / 09:13

Matt Dillon, Alice Diop Celebrate Coming-of-Age Films at Nouvelles Vagues Biarritz Film Festival; ‘Emilia Pérez’ Breakout Karla Sofía Gascón Named Guest of Honor

Ben Croll Matt Dillon, Alice Diop and Karla Sofia Gascon will bring their springtime spirit to this month’s Nouvelles Vagues Film Festival, now running from June 18 – 23 in Biarritz. Launched last year, the nascent festival invites both established and emerging talents to share an expansive vision of youth, hosting a competition dedicated to young adult stories overseen by a jury all under the age of 35.

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