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[14.02.2016] Newsletter Cineuropa

Denmark’s The Model a bestseller for TrustNordisk at the EFM

Denmark’s The Model a bestseller for TrustNordisk at the EFM

BERLIN 2016: The Danish international sales agency has closed eight contracts for the film – as well as several for its Norwegian and Finnish fare  

14/02 | Berlin 2016 | Sales

Mia Hansen-Løve  • Director

Interview: Mia Hansen-Løve • Director

“This isn’t necessarily a different film from my previous ones”

BERLIN 2016: French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve talked to the press at the Berlinale about her inspiring new slice of life, Things to Come, in competition for the Golden Bear  

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Tomcat: While the cat’s away…

Tomcat: While the cat’s away…

BERLIN 2016: An inexplicable gesture brings a musician couple’s relationship to an impasse  

14/02 | Berlin 2016 | Panorama Special

Europe, She Loves: An ode to fragility and imperfection

Europe, She Loves: An ode to fragility and imperfection

BERLIN 2016: The latest feature film by Swiss filmmaker Jan Gassmann opens the Panorama Dokumente section of the Berlinale  

13/02 | Berlin 2016 | Panorama

Things to Come: Huppert shines for Hansen-Løve

Things to Come: Huppert shines for Hansen-Løve

BERLIN 2016: Mia Hansen-Løve's fifth feature film benefits from a non-sentimentalist approach and a fantastic role for Isabelle Huppert  

14/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Frontières@Brussels announces 2016 project line-up

Frontières@Brussels announces 2016 project line-up

After a highly successful 2015 that saw record levels of attendance, Frontières returns to the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival for its 3rd European edition  

13/02 | Industry | Belgium

The Yard: Itinerary of a dead poet

The Yard: Itinerary of a dead poet

BERLIN 2016: Måns Månsson’s new film depicts the spiral of poverty in a modern capitalist society in which humanity is of secondary concern  

13/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

War on Everyone: Badder boys

War on Everyone: Badder boys

BERLIN 2016: The conventional but occasionally inventive new feature by John Michael McDonagh toys with the genre of the roguish and light-hearted buddy movie  

13/02 | Berlin 2016 | Panorama

Hedi, or male emancipation

Hedi, or male emancipation

BERLIN 2016: The debut film by Mohamed Ben Attia follows the liberation of a young man stifled by a traditional form of repression practised by its biggest victims: women  

13/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

European Women’s Audiovisual Network report: The place of women in the audiovisual industry

European Women’s Audiovisual Network report: The place of women in the audiovisual industry

The report, set to be presented today in Berlin, reveals that the audiovisual industry is failing to sustain female directors’ careers  

13/02 | Industry | Europe

Davide Ferrario appointed as the new president of Bergamo Film Meeting

Davide Ferrario appointed as the new president of Bergamo Film Meeting

After eight years, Alberto Castoldi is passing the baton to the independent director and producer  

12/02 | Festivals | Italy

RaiCom at the EFM with Gabriele Muccino’s new film

RaiCom at the EFM with Gabriele Muccino’s new film

The offerings of Italian sellers include successful comedies such as Noi e la Giulia and super-independent films like WAX - We are the X   

12/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Shok: The kids with the bike are on their way to Hollywood

Shok: The kids with the bike are on their way to Hollywood

The depth of emotion portrayed by a short film has not gone unnoticed by the Academy at this year’s Oscars  

12/02 | Oscars 2016 | Kosovo/UK

Hail, Caesar!: The Coen brothers have fun in Hollywood

Hail, Caesar!: The Coen brothers have fun in Hollywood

BERLIN 2016: The Berlinale opened with a film that brings together the humour of the Coen brothers (and Clooney, Fiennes, Swinton and Tatum) in all its glory to celebrate the joy of film  

12/02 | Berlin 2016 | Out of competition

John Carney’s Sing Street to open Dublin

John Carney’s Sing Street to open Dublin

Paddy Breathnach’s Viva will close the 14th edition of the festival  

12/02 | Festivals | Ireland

Picturehouse and Altitude acquire UK rights for Alone in Berlin

Picturehouse and Altitude acquire UK rights for Alone in Berlin

BERLIN 2016: The Vincent Perez film stars Emma Thompson, Brendan Gleeson and Daniel Brühl  

12/02 | Berlin 2016 | Sales

Cinéma Defacto weaves its web at Berlin

Cinéma Defacto weaves its web at Berlin

Two productions by Petr Václav and Ognjen Glavonić are in the Forum, while an animated project adapted from Haruki Murakami features in the Co-Production Market  

12/02 | Berlin 2016 | France

I, Olga Hepnarová: One versus all

I, Olga Hepnarová: One versus all

BERLIN 2016: I, Olga Hepnarová, an exceptionally mature debut feature by two up-and-coming Czech filmmakers, has opened the Berlinale Panorama  

12/02 | Berlin 2016 | Panorama

French sellers take Berlin by storm

French sellers take Berlin by storm

With four films competing for the Golden Bear and a multitude of tantalising films, French international sellers are on the front line at the EFM  

11/02 | Berlin 2016 | Sales

Ole Bornedal to direct comedy The Killers of Nibe

Ole Bornedal to direct comedy The Killers of Nibe

The Danish director will make his first comedy in ten years, about two Jutland artisans and friends who hire a Russian assassin to do away with their wives  

11/02 | Production | Denmark

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