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2021 BAFTA Awards: 'Nomadland' dominates with Four Wins

Apr 12, 2021 7:11:05 AM / by Julie Sacré posted in awards

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A quite good week-end for Nomadland by Chloe Zhao. Four awards, including Best Film and Best Director.


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Six genre films you will hear about

Apr 6, 2021 11:51:11 AM / by Julie Sacré posted in Films you will hear about

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You should keep an eye on these six projects. We bet you will hear about them when they will be released. 

 

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Fantastic Film Festival: from Brussels to Neuchâtel

Apr 6, 2021 11:39:01 AM / by Julie Sacré posted in Festivals

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Drum roll... Tonight is the opening ceremony of the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film (BIFFF).

The opportunity to come back to the genre cinema and its dedicated festivals. Guy Delmote (Managing Director at the BIFFF) and Loïc Valceschini (Artistic Director at the Neuchatel Fantastic Film Festival in Switzerland) give us their feelings on their festivals reinvented with a covid sauce and their vision on the evolution of the genre cinema these last years.

 

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Moonday draws the portrait of: DIEUDO HAMADI

Mar 23, 2021 10:35:04 AM / by Julie Sacré

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If the Cannes Festival had been held in 2020, Dieudo Hamadi would have been the first Congolese director in history to compete for an award with his last documentary Downstream To Kinshasa. Moonday draws his portrait.

 

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Winners for Cinéma du Réel

Mar 22, 2021 12:13:59 PM / by Julie Sacré posted in Film Festival, awards, Documentary

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Last year, the festival had been upset by the sudden arrival of covid. This year, Catherine Bizern and her team have anticipated and proposed CanalRéel: an entirely online festival. The awards were unveiled on March 21, after 10 days of the festival.

 

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Interview with Ada Solomon

Mar 9, 2021 4:23:52 PM / by Julie Sacré posted in cinema producers, Berlin International Film Festival, Film Festival, awards, Women Power, European productions

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March 8 was International Women's Rights Day. The perfect opportunity to put women's work in cinema industries into light with Ada Solomon, the famous Romanian producer, who won the Berlin Golden Bear this year with Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Radu Jude, 2020), which raises awareness on women's bodies and sexuality issues.

 

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