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Tribeca and CHANEL continue to provide extraordinary opportunities to propel women filmmakers forward with the fourth annual THROUGH HER LENS: The Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program. The mentorship program was created to provide a balance of industry support, artistic development, and funding for new and emerging U.S.-based female writers and directors of short-form narrative films. Presented by Tribeca and CHANEL, in collaboration with Pulse Films, and facilitated by Tribeca Film InstituteÒ (TFI), the multi-faceted program has selected five short film projects from women storytellers to receive project support, and take part in one-on-one mentorship and master classes over a three…

Polish Film Festival, LA opens on October 17th and concludes on October 25th. The following is the complete program of the festival: Laemmle’s Monica Film Center, 1332 2ND Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310/394-9744) Parking:City Parking Structure #4, directly across the street from the theatre. – First 90 minutes free; $1.00 for the next hour; $2.00 each additional 30 minutes; $20.00 maximum on weekdays, $25.00 maximum on weekends Thursday, October 18, 2018 (in person: Ida Nowakowska, John Castagna, Stefan Wenta, Jesse Orrall) 7:00 p.m. Shorts – 1: DREGS (Fusy) by Kordian Kadziela (2017, 28 min.) MODUS OPERANDI by Remigiusz Biernacki…

Cinema Without Borders has announced its jury members to decide the winner of GoE Bridging The Borders Award at  the Lucas International Festival for Young Film Lovers, Germany. LUCAS – International Festival for Young Film Lovers, is Germany’s oldest festival for young audiences. In 2018 celebrates its 41st edition this year from September 20th – 27th. Within the competition sections in the age categories 8+, 13+ and 16+ | Youngsters, LUCAS festival puts its focus on outstanding, international productions of children and youth films, including all film forms from fiction, documentary, to animation and experimental formats. Cinema Without Borders presents…

At the 42nd Montreal World Film Festival, the prize for best film was awarded to Tamás Yvan Topolánszky’s Curtiz, while Attila Szász received the best director’s prize for Eternal Winter, both films are Hungarian productions. The festival was held between August 23 and September 3, with 23 films from all over the world competing. Curtiz is a biopic on Mihály Kertész, who directed the Oscar-winning Casablanca, one of the best-known films of Hollywood’s Golden Era. Kertész changed his name to Michael Curtiz when he moved to the US. https://youtu.be/VrYasMO_fEw The film shows the difficulties of production, while Curtiz also fears the…

Three Iranian movies will be screened in the various categories of the 75th Venice International Film Festival, which will open in the Lido on Wednesday. “As I Lay Dying” by Mostafa Sayyari will be screened in the Orizzonti Competition, which is dedicated to films that represent the latest aesthetic and expressive trends in international cinema, the organizers have announced. Eighteen other films from across the world will be competing in the section. In the Orizzonti Short Films category, “Staircase” by Mohsen Banihashemi will be competing with 13 other movies. “Brick and Mirror”, UK-based Iranian filmmaker Ebrahim Golestan’s 1964 drama is…

Auth The first Danube Film Festival (DFF) was officially opened yesterday with the screening of the film that also opened the Cannes Film Festival called “Everyone Knows” by Asghar Farhadi, staring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem. At the first DFF, a total of 35 films made by the filmmakers from 10 Danube countries will take place in different locations. The Festival’s guest host is Jugoslav Pantelic, the Yugoslav Cinematheque Director and Artistic Director of FEST, with eight films competing, including the Hungarian “The Whiskey Bandit” by Nimrod Antal, “The Lemonade# by Romanian director Joanna Uricaru, “The Interpreter” by Martin Sulik…

It’s been a year since Cristyn Steward launched the Columbus Black International Film Festival. Does running a film festival get easier in its second year? In a word: No. “It’s easier in terms of navigating what needs to get done and how and when,” Steward says. “This year it was more of that. I know what needs to go into this to make this great, so what can I add to it to make it better?” But she says things became more challenging because the festival is growing. “We have more films, we have more people interested in what we’re…

The 7th edition of the Persian International Film Festival, which will be held in the Australian cities of Sidney and Melbourne, has announced the official lineup. The Sidney program will be held from August 30 to September 2 and Melbourne will host the festival from September 6 to 9, the organizers have said. “A Man of Integrity”, a drama by Mohammad Rasulof, will open the festival, which will go on with “Redhead” directed by Karim Lakzadeh, “Dressage” by Puya Badkubeh, and “Advantage” by Mohamad Kart. https://youtu.be/LNtKDFzWw5U “Disappearance” by Ali Asgari, “The Charmer” by Milad Alam, “Privacy” by Ahmad Moazzemi, and…

he rising tide of titles continued Wednesday as the Toronto International Film Festival released a fresh batch of program announcements ahead of this year’s event, which runs from Sept. 6 to 16. Leading the way are 19 titles in the Canadian Features section, including nine films directed by women, six debut features and three world premieres that showcase indigenous talent. Those are Gwaai Edenshaw and Helen Haig-Brown’s “Edge of the Knife,” the first feature-length film made in the endangered language of Haida; Darlene Naponse’s “Falls Around Her,” starring renowned Métis actor Tantoo Cardinal; and Miranda de Pencier’s “The Grizzlies,” a…

The Toronto International Film Festival has unveiled its upcoming roster of films, which includes the North American premiere of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born. The festival, which takes place in September, will see the premiere of Barry Jenkins’ James Baldwin adaptation If Beale Street Could Talk as well as Damien Chazelle’s Ryan Gosling-led First Man, marking both directors’ followups to their Best Picture hot contenders (in Jenkins’ case, winner) from two years back. Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carrell’s drug addiction drama Beautiful Boy will also premiere. Robert Pattinson will be seen in High Life, Viola Davis, Cynthia Erivo and Michelle Rodriguez will appear in Widows, and Julia…

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