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Tiramisù: Can a semifreddo change your life?

Tiramisù: Can a semifreddo change your life?

Fabio De Luigi makes his directorial debut with a comedy on an ordinary man’s rise to success. It’s appearing in cinemas along with the highly anticipated They Call Me Jeeg  

25/02 | Releases | Italy

Five films selected by ACM Distribution

Five films selected by ACM Distribution

Leyla Bouzid, Min Bahadur Bham, Jayro Bustamante, Naomi Kawase and Apichatpong Weerasethakul are being supported by the CNC and MEDIA  

25/02 | Funding | France/Europe

Fanny Ardant to star in Lola Pater by Nadir Moknèche

Fanny Ardant to star in Lola Pater by Nadir Moknèche

The actress will be sharing the big screen with Tewfik Jallab in a film being made by Blue Monday Productions, co-produced by Versus and distributed by ARP Sélection  

25/02 | Production | France

Le due verità about to start filming

Le due verità about to start filming

Shooting is about to begin on the psychological thriller and debut piece by Giuseppe Alessio Nuzzo. The cast features Francesco Montanari, Nicoletta Romanoff, Fabrizio Nevola and Anna Safroncik  

25/02 | Production | Italy

Son of Saul tops Greek Film Critics’ best-of-year list

Son of Saul tops Greek Film Critics’ best-of-year list

Laszlo Nemes’ Oscar contender was deemed Best International Film, while Alexis Alexiou’s Tribeca-screened Wednesday 04:45 topped the Greek category  

25/02 | Awards | Greece

The Sense of an Ending sold across the world

The Sense of an Ending sold across the world

Ritesh Batra’s Julian Barnes adaptation stars Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling  

25/02 | Market | UK

James Spinney, Peter Middleton • Directors

Interview: James Spinney, Peter Middleton • Directors

“We want to push the possibilities of accessible cinema”

As the industry searches for ways to increase attendance rates, James Spinney and Peter Middleton demonstrate in Notes on Blindness that there might be one option they’re overlooking  

25/02

From a fishbowl to the football pitch: Baldvin Z's new adventure

From a fishbowl to the football pitch: Baldvin Z's new adventure

Award-winning Icelandic directors Baldvin Z and Óskar Þór Axelsson are preparing new features  

25/02 | Production | Iceland

Clara Lago starring in Órbita 9

Clara Lago starring in Órbita 9

This original sci-fi film, the feature debut by Hatem Khraiche, is being shot in Colombia and Spain, and stars the actress from Spanish Affair and its sequel  

24/02 | Production | Spain

Countdown to the seventh Lëtzebuerger Filmpräis

Countdown to the seventh Lëtzebuerger Filmpräis

The ceremony recognising Luxembourgish film talent will be held on 5 March  

24/02 | Awards | Luxembourg

A Decent Man: A chilling analysis of society

A Decent Man: A chilling analysis of society

Emmanuel Finkiel's latest film, the no-holds-barred A Decent Man, starring Nicolas Duvauchelle, hits French cinemas with Bac Films  

24/02 | Films | France

Jonás Trueba immersed in La reconquista

Jonás Trueba immersed in La reconquista

The director of The Romantic Exiles is in Madrid again finishing his fourth film, which he shot with friends, and which features love, indifference and the passing of time as the main topics  

23/02 | Production | Spain

Coccinelle sells the multi-awarded Son of Mine to HBO Europe

Coccinelle sells the multi-awarded Son of Mine to HBO Europe

The international sales agent has also sold three Italian movies to EuroChannel: Remember Me?, A Holy Venetian Family and Love Is Not Perfect  

24/02 | Market | Italy

My French Film Festival notches up 6.5 million viewings

My French Film Festival notches up 6.5 million viewings

The previous record of the online festival organised by Unifrance has been smashed to smithereens; the filmmakers’ jury chaired by Nicolas Winding Refn has crowned Alleluia  

23/02 | Festivals | France

Gelo to open the 36th Fantasporto

Gelo to open the 36th Fantasporto

The Lesson by Ruth Platt, My Night Your Day by András Gyorgy Dési and Gábor Máray, and The Open by Marc Lahore are among the European titles at the gathering  

24/02 | Festivals | Portugal

Film4 funding increased to £25 million

Film4 funding increased to £25 million

Films from Martin McDonagh, Lenny Abrahamson, Yorgos Lanthimos, Andrew Haigh, Steve McQueen, Clio Barnard and Mike Leigh in the works  

24/02 | Funding | UK

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

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