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[23.02.2016] Newsletter Cineuropa

Gilles Coulier starts shooting his first feature film, Cargo

Gilles Coulier starts shooting his first feature film, Cargo

Filming began this week in Belgium for Gilles Coulier's first feature-length film; it is also the first feature to be produced by the company De Wereldverde  

23/02 | Production | Belgium

Turin’s Seeyousound commemorates David Bowie

Turin’s Seeyousound commemorates David Bowie

A few names, such as Miss Sharon Jones and Nick La Rocca, are all that’s needed to sum up the second edition of the first festival in Italy dedicated entirely to music-related films  

23/02 | Festivals | Italy

BFI Flare to open with Ben A Williams’ The Pass

BFI Flare to open with Ben A Williams’ The Pass

Catherine Corsini’s Summertime to close festival; Neil Armfield’s Holding the Man to be the central Gala  

23/02 | Festivals | UK

An optimistic outlook for Chinese-European co-productions at Berlin

An optimistic outlook for Chinese-European co-productions at Berlin

BERLIN 2016: The EFM celebrates the success of the Sino-European Production Seminar, for selected European producers who are developing feature-film projects with China  

23/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Pascal Caucheteux and Grégoire Sorlat voted Best Producers of the Year

Pascal Caucheteux and Grégoire Sorlat voted Best Producers of the Year

The duo from Why Not has once again won the Daniel Toscan du Plantier Award, making it the third victory for Caucheteux and the second for Sorlat  

23/02 | Awards | France

Seven new features selected for the Nordic Genre Boost

Seven new features selected for the Nordic Genre Boost

Out of 83 applications, the Nordisk Film & TV Fond has picked three sci-fi and four other projects to be developed further at workshops in Helsinki and Haugesund  

23/02 | Funding | Nordic countries

Berlinale titles picked up by German distributors

Berlinale titles picked up by German distributors

BERLIN 2016: Various films in the programme of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival were snapped up right away  

23/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

It’s last orders for Álex de la Iglesia with El bar

It’s last orders for Álex de la Iglesia with El bar

The Basque filmmaker has begun the shoot for his new caper, the cast of which includes actors from his previous effort, Mi gran noche, such as Mario Casas, Blanca Suárez and Terele Pávez  

22/02 | Production | Spain

The nominees for the Cartoon Movie Tributes revealed

The nominees for the Cartoon Movie Tributes revealed

Rémi Chayé, Jan Bultheel, and the trio consisting of Michael Ekblad, Ted Sieger and Matthias Bruhn will duke it out for the Best European Animation Director of the Year Award  

22/02 | Awards | Europe

London turns 60 with major award for new and emerging British filmmakers

London turns 60 with major award for new and emerging British filmmakers

Festival to unspool 5–16 October  

22/02 | London 2016

Italian deals at the EFM

Italian deals at the EFM

BERLIN 2016: Sold by French company Doc & Film, the winner of the Golden Bear Fire at Sea also triumphed at the European Film Market  

22/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Von Trier: “This ain't rock'n'roll – this is genocide”

Von Trier: “This ain't rock'n'roll – this is genocide”

Danish director Lars von Trier has announced that he will start shooting a new feature, The House That Jack Built, later this year  

22/02 | Production | Denmark

Attendance levels in Belgian cinemas on the rise in 2015

Attendance levels in Belgian cinemas on the rise in 2015

The Belgian cinema market rose 3.8% compared to 2014 for member theatres of the Federation of Belgian Cinemas  

22/02 | Box office | Belgium

Roberto Cicutto: Fire at Sea, an indie production with international appeal

Roberto Cicutto: Fire at Sea, an indie production with international appeal

BERLIN 2016: The president and CEO of the Istituto Luce-Cinecittà speaks about the winner of the Golden Bear, the documentary by Gianfranco Rosi that has already been sold in dozens of countries  

22/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards/Italy

Film and Music Entertainment expands its slate to 12 films

Film and Music Entertainment expands its slate to 12 films

British production company also celebrates its 15th anniversary and 50 feature films catalogue  

22/02 | Production | United Kingdom

Five trophies for France at Berlin

Five trophies for France at Berlin

BERLIN 2016: French cinema hit the bull’s eye at Berlin with Things to Come and Death in Sarajevo, as well as minority productions Fire at Sea and Hedi  

22/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards/France

Svensk Filmindustri adds to English-language thrillers

Svensk Filmindustri adds to English-language thrillers

With Easy Money and Ibiza: The White Island already in development, Swedish major Svensk Filmindustri is also starting work on Babak Najafi’s The Horizon Line  

22/02 | Production | Sweden

Young Wrestlers: The boys get ready to rumble

Young Wrestlers: The boys get ready to rumble

BERLIN 2016: Turkish-Dutch filmmaker Mete Gümürhan's directorial debut received a Special Mention in the Berlinale's Generation Kplus section  

22/02 | Berlin 2016 | Generation Kplus

Pavel Vesnakov in development with Dustcatcher

Pavel Vesnakov in development with Dustcatcher

Production company Movimiento will build a refugee camp on the Danube for the film  

22/02 | Production | Bulgaria

Fire at Sea honoured with the Golden Bear: Berlin awards humanistic cinema

Fire at Sea honoured with the Golden Bear: Berlin awards humanistic cinema

BERLIN 2016: Meryl Streep’s jury has singled out Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary on Lampedusa, the island of the migrants; European film is well represented in the winners’ list  

20/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards

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