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Giovanni Veronesi shoots Non è un paese per giovani

Giovanni Veronesi shoots Non è un paese per giovani

Based on the radio show of the same name, the film tells the story of young people who leave Italy, starring Filippo Scicchitano, Sara Serraiocco and Giovanni Anzaldo. Produced by Paco with RaiCinema  

01/03 | Production | Italy

Irina Andreea Malcea  • Producer

Interview: Irina Andreea Malcea • Producer

"Put yourself a bit in the director's shoes"

Irina Andreea Malcea of Luna Film, Emerging Producer 2016 from Romania, provides an enlightening list of features a documentary producer should have  

01/03

Didier Brunner  • Producer

Interview: Didier Brunner • Producer

Folivari aiming to reach new heights

Legendary producer Didier Brunner discusses animated film funding in France as well as the goals for his new production company, Folivari  

01/03

Gábor Osváth  • Producer

Interview: Gábor Osváth • Producer

"It is important for me to be around at the birth of a project"

Gábor Osváth, Emerging Producer 2016 from Hungary, works for production company Filmfabriq Kft. Cineuropa chatted with him  

01/03

56 projects at Cartoon Movie

56 projects at Cartoon Movie

The European co-production forum kicks off in Lyon tomorrow; more than 750 professionals and 56 projects are making their way there  

01/03 | Market | France

Vanja Kaludjercic to head the Holland Film Meeting

Vanja Kaludjercic to head the Holland Film Meeting

She will replace Signe Zeilich-Jensen, who stood down at the end of HFM 2015  

01/03 | Events | Netherlands

Agniezska Holland moves into post-production with her latest project

Agniezska Holland moves into post-production with her latest project

The director has wrapped principal photography on Game Count  

01/03 | Production | Czech Republic/Poland

Mário Gajo de Carvalho  • Producer

Interview: Mário Gajo de Carvalho • Producer

"What is cinema without emotions?"

Filmes do Gajo's Mário Gajo de Carvalho, Emerging Producer 2016 from Portugal, talks about documentary production and the whole creative process  

01/03

A €1.2 million fund for films shot in Emilia-Romagna

A €1.2 million fund for films shot in Emilia-Romagna

The call for tenders is aimed at national and international producers. The Italian region is making a total of €2.7 million available with five calls for tenders for the audiovisual sector  

29/02 | Funding | Italy

Limburg Film Fund officially launched

Limburg Film Fund officially launched

The new fund will invest €500,000 in boosting local productions and shoots in the Limburg area  

29/02 | Funding | Netherlands

East Doc Platform 2016 reveals its programme and tutors

East Doc Platform 2016 reveals its programme and tutors

The industry meeting of Central and Eastern European documentary filmmakers will take place in Prague, from 7 to 13 March  

29/02 | Industry | Czech Republic

Nordisk signs book scout, Svensk new theatrical chief

Nordisk signs book scout, Svensk new theatrical chief

There have been new appointments at Nordic majors Nordisk Film, Svensk Filmindustri and the Swedish Film Institute  

29/02 | Industry | Denmark/Sweden

Ennio Morricone at the Oscars: “I dedicate this award to my wife”

Ennio Morricone at the Oscars: “I dedicate this award to my wife”

The winner of the Academy Award for Best Score for The Hateful Eight by Quentin Tarantino, the first victory for the great Italian maestro, who won an Oscar for his career achievements in 2006  

29/02 | Oscars 2016 | Italy

Home – The Country of Illusion: When life is a rollercoaster

Home – The Country of Illusion: When life is a rollercoaster

Josephine Landertinger Forero reveals almost everything about her mother in a film that reflects on loneliness and the sense of belonging  

29/02 | Films | Portugal/Colombia

Sweden’s (and France’s) Zlatan is now scoring at the cinemas

Sweden’s (and France’s) Zlatan is now scoring at the cinemas

The Swedish Film Institute has chipped in for the funding of four full-length documentaries, including Fredrik and Magnus Gertten’s biopic on Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic  

29/02 | Funding | Sweden

Son of Saul triumphant at the Oscars

Son of Saul triumphant at the Oscars

The feature debut by Laszlo Nemes has topped off its impressive haul of awards with the Oscar for Best Foreign-language Film  

29/02 | Oscars 2016 | Hungary

Poet on a Business Trip and 4.7 win at ZagrebDox

Poet on a Business Trip and 4.7 win at ZagrebDox

The Chinese documentary has triumphed in the international competition, while Djuro Gavran's short is the first Croatian film to win the regional one  

29/02 | Festivals | Croatia

Rams collects 11 Edda Awards

Rams collects 11 Edda Awards

Having already garnered 17 international prizes, Icelandic director Grímur Hákonarson has now cleaned the table at the Icelandic Film & TV Academy ceremony  

29/02 | Awards | Iceland

Amy, Son of Saul shine for Europe as Academy Awards get evenly distributed

Amy, Son of Saul shine for Europe as Academy Awards get evenly distributed

Mad Max: Fury Road does a near sweep of the technical categories  

29/02 | Oscars 2016

The César for Best Film goes to Fatima

The César for Best Film goes to Fatima

Philippe Faucon’s feature has gone home with the top prize, while Catherine Frot and Vincent Lindon won the Best Actress and Actor Awards  

26/02 | Césars 2016

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