For its third session in 2021, the Film Fund Luxembourg selected 14 projects out of 33 submitted and invested 11M €.
Moonday is full of future projects from your favourite directors. Mia Hansen-Love, Nicolas Pariser or the Boukherma brothers, here are six projects that the Moonday team can't wait to discover!
3 films are competing for the Lux Audience Award 2021. Vote for your favorite before 23 May!
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.
From the 28th of January to the 3rd of February 2021, the Sundance Film Festival will be held online. In the programme: seven days of premieres, artist talks and exhibitions. The Festival will also connect with independent cinema communities across the U.S. and abroad to safely host in-person events.
Listed among the best films of 2020, according to Time Magazine, The Guardian, Rolling Stone Magazine and even to the former US President Barack Obama, Alexander Nanau's Colectiv is the Romanian proposal for the 2021 Oscars. This documentary follows a crack team of investigators at the Romanian newspaper Gazeta Sporturilor as they try to uncover a vast health-care fraud that enriched moguls and politicians and led to the deaths of victims of the Colectiv nightclub fire.
The Erich Pommer Institut (the German centre for media law, media management, and media research) is launching SERIES' WOMEN, the first career enhancement programme for female producers of European drama series.
As an independent structure, The Erich Pommer Institut’s studies follow the process of media convergence through research, advanced training, and consultation.
On the last 12th of December, the European Film Awards revealed its 2020 winners during a virtual Ceremony broadcast, streamed live from the Academy’s seat in Berlin. This event took place a few days after Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland had been elected as the new president of the European Film Academy, succeeding Wim Wenders.
The Short Film Festival Leuven, whose 26th edition took place from the 5th to the 12th of December, has presented a selection of short films – fiction and animation, documentaries as well as non-narrative movies. Find out about the 2020 winners on Moonday!