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BAFTA Film Awards Best Non-English Film: ‘Drive My Car’

The 75th British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) was held on January 13 and the film drive my cardirected by Ryusuke Hamaguchi, won Best Non-English Language Film. This is the second time in history that a Japanese film has won the BAFTA award in this category. Akira Kurosawa’s 1985 masterpiece Had run won the award in […]

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MiradasDoc Film Festival Prize Ukraine, Cuba, Palestine Crises Docs

Documentaries on the conflict in Ukraine, the situation of Cuban migrants and the Palestinian refugee crisis were among the big winners of MiradasDoc, Spain’s most important documentary film festival, which closed its 15th edition on March 12. Based in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, the festival was an in-person event from March 4-12, while its […]

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“An Cailín Ciúin” and “Kin” big winners at the Irish Film & TV Awards

Irish language drama by Colm Bairéad An Cailín Ciúin (The quiet girl) was the film’s overall winner at last night’s Irish Film and Television Academy Awards with eight wins. Scroll down for the full list of winners. Director Colm Bairéad’s directorial debut won Best Picture, Best Director and Lead Actress for Catherine Clinch in addition […]

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WIFFEN: Tribute to women in the film industry

Girls’ Voices Initiative recently gathered women from over 100 countries in Abuja, to recognize their hard work, excellence, tenacity, diligence, courage and outstanding performance in the film industry. REGINA OTOKPA was there: Since time immemorial, women have proven to be special personalities who inspire confidence, raise standards wherever they are. Despite countless attempts to silence […]

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Profile: The Bafta Film Awards short film contenders | Characteristics

Best Short Film The black cop BAFTA nominee: Cherish Oteka (director/producer)Current concerns about working culture in London’s Metropolitan Police – along with ongoing conversations about racial profiling within the police – make this an opportune time to The black cop. Cherish Oteka’s docu-drama explores a former Metropolitan Police officer’s experience of being both victim and […]

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What to be afraid of? At this year’s Insect Fear Film Festival: Venom | University-Illinois

CHAMPAIGN – The 39th annual Insect Fear Film Festival is dedicated to one of the last frontiers of arthropod fear: venom. The University of Illinois Department of Entomology has invited a guest speaker who is probably the world’s authority on stings: Justin Schmidt, an entomologist at the Southwest Biological Institute in Tucson, Arizona. Schmidt is […]

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Pushpa wins ‘Film of the Year’ at the International Film Awards

(Want to make an impact with your content? Interested in writing movies, politics or general stories? Contact us at [email protected]) Stylish star Allu Arjun starring in “Pushpa: The Rise” has been receiving accolades since its release. Director Sukumar has been spinning his dreams at box offices around the world and has topped collections of box […]

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Allu Arjun’s Pushpa and Anupamaa win big at the 2022 Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Awards; See the list of winners

The 2022 Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards came to a close on Sunday evening and Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise along with Rupali Ganguly’s hit TV show Anupamaa emerged as the evening’s biggest winners. The hit Telugu movie which not only did brilliant business at the Telugu box office but also conquered the Hindi […]

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Every Best Animated Film Nominated For The 2022 Oscars, Ranked According To IMDb

The 94th Academy Awards, or Oscars, for the best movies of 2021 will be held in Hollywood on March 27, and there’s a huge selection of films nominated for Best Animated Feature. RELATED: The Best Animated Movie Every Year Of The 2000s, According To Letterboxd It’s clear that Disney is the dominant studio in the […]

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Quentin Dupieux’s Last Film in Berlin – The Hollywood Reporter

Unveiling another high-concept, low-fiction cult comedy that could only emerge from a brain as deranged as his, Quentin Dupieux Incredible but true (Incredible but true) is a canon-worthy addition that gets weirder and weirder with each movie, taking the director so far into left field that he’s practically built another stadium now. Indeed, with nine […]

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Oscars 2022: Best international feature film predictions

Popular Danish animated documentary “Flee” and Japanese three-hour Best Picture nominee “Drive My Car” are favorites. The Academy’s International Feature Film Prize Committee has nothing to do with selecting foreign language submissions from more than 90 countries around the world. It is up to each country to determine which film has the best chance of […]

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2022 Best Picture Oscar Nominees – Movie Reviews – Deadline

Beginning with our critical coverage through the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, through Cannes in July, Venice and Telluride in late summer, and finally through to the end-of-season holiday releases that have Qualifying just under the gun for Oscar eligibility, Deadline has been at the forefront of opinion for this year’s 10 eventual nominees for the […]

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‘Like in Heaven’, ‘Compartment No. 6’ wins 2022 Gothenburg Film Festival – The Hollywood Reporter

Like in paradiseTea Lindeburg’s Swedish coming-of-age tale won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film at the 2022 Gothenburg International Film Festival. Lindeburg’s feature debut, an adaptation of Marie Bregendahl’s novel of the same name, follows ambitious 14-year-old Lisa (Flora Ofelia Hofmann Lindahl) as she comes to terms with the brutal realities of life for […]

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The St. Louis group has been mixing film and friendship for 20 years (and counting)

As the new president of PROMO, Missouri’s statewide LGBTQ advocacy organization, Dr. Ken Haller recalls participating on a panel at Webster University’s LBGTQ Film Festival in 2016 to discuss a documentary about marriage equality in Massachusetts. There were about 30 people there, including, as Haller says, “This very well-dressed woman with a nimbus of dark […]

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Family Film Awards, 1st produced by Dick Clark, celebrates 25 years to the 2023 Oscars

FAMILY FILM AWARDS and Ms. Xiaoqiu Ma bring US family movies, TV and music to China This November. FAMILY FILM AWARDS celebrates 25 years of uplifting family entertainment, ie. Oscar-Nominated Tom Hanks’ ‘A Beautiful Day in My Neighborhood’, Animated ‘The Lion King’ and Netflix’s ‘Half of It’ What kind of “sparks” will Ma Xiaoqiu and […]

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Full List of 2022 Sundance Film Festival Winners

The Sundance Virtual Film Festival ended with a virtual awards show – no host this year, just a series of statements and videos spread over two hours via Twitter. It was an oddly anti-climactic way to wrap up a low-key festival, even if it gave the winners a chance to prepare polite and inclusive acceptance […]

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“Alick and Albert”, six nominations at the Australian Film Awards

The film received six nominations at the 2021 Australia Screen Industry Network (ASIN) Awards, based in Queensland, Australia.. Among the 3 Australian documentary films selected for the “ASIN Awards”, figure Alick and Albert, directed by Douglas Watkin. And with six nominations, the film has every chance of winning in at least one of the following […]

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Sophie Hyde’s new film will premiere at Virtual Sundance

Sophie Hyde should have landed in snowy Utah by now, where Good luck to you, Leo Grande is part of the selection of international films selected for their premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2022. Hyde, a director and producer at Adelaide’s Closer Productions who also works as an international freelance director, was due to make […]

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Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver shine as underground abortionists in a sharp and touching docudrama

Wishes are not decisions, decisions are not actions, and actions are unearned, especially when it comes to rights. Women inherently know this struggle – not just for the choice itself, but for what the choice entails – and Oscar-nominated “Carol” screenwriter Phyllis Nagy explores this incisively and humanly in her gripping and likable drama “Call […]

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Film industry on the rebound Toronto returns to the big screen in 2022

Giant red pandas, assassins with mistaken identities and an influx of exorcisms may seem like the next installment of bizarre world events given the past two years, but it’s actually the storylines and the characters that will put Toronto at the forefront. avant-garde of cinema in 2022 thanks to a few new releases and the […]

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892 Film Review: Powerful Performances Real-Life Tragedy

Real-life mechanics hamper the demands of drama in “892,” though they do provide the opportunity for memorable performances and smooth, engaging cinematics. Telling the story of a Gulf War veteran pushed to the brink who takes two bank workers hostage because of his frustrations with the Veterans Administration, this is a film that hits some […]

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Suriya’s Jai Bhim will screen at Noida Film Festival on January 23

The story of the film is based on a true incident of discrimination against a tribal group in 1993. According to IMDb ratings, Jai Bhim is the highest rated film with a rating of 9.6/10. Tamil legal drama Jai ​​Bhim, starring in Suriya, will screen at the 9th Noida Film Festival from January 23. Jai […]

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Brand Film Awards US Open for Nominations; Brendan Gaul named president of the jury

The 2022 Brand Film Awards US, presented by PRWeek US, Campaign US and MM+M, are open for submissions. The seventh annual celebration of brand storytelling – formerly known as Brand Film Festival New York – will showcase the year’s most artistic, creative and impactful films produced by and for brands as they embrace big entertainment. […]

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Gopo 2022: Romanian Film Awards open entries for documentaries, short films

The Gopo Awards have opened entries for the documentary and short film categories of this year’s edition, scheduled for April. The deadline for entries is February 4 and nominees will be announced in March. A total of 24 feature films, fictions and documentaries, launched in 2021, are eligible to be judged and nominated for this […]

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Northern Ireland’s film and television industry shifts from ‘strength to strength’ despite pandemic challenges

Northern Ireland’s film and television industry continues to grow, with Netflix and Paramount among the latest US studios to bring projects to the region. While Line Of Duty and Bloodlands were some of the highlights of 2021, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast and the third and final season of Derry Girls are already building excitement for 2022. […]

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Sundance cancels in-person program and film festival goes virtual

The Sundance Film Festival has abandoned plans for an in-person rally for 2022 and will continue as a virtual-only event. After a long nail bite, the Omicron variant of COVID-19 proved too overwhelming for a planned physical return to the luxurious Sundance setting in Park City, Utah. It was scheduled to take place from January […]

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The film ‘Tara’ received this award at the Tokyo Film Awards in Japan

At the Tokyo Film Awards in December 2021 in Japan, producer and director, Kumar Raj received the “Best Asia Movie Award” for his feature film “Tara: The Journey of Love and Passion”. The Tokyo Movie Awards are a unique film competition hosted by professionals from the film and television industry. Its programming team mainly focuses […]

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The new ray of light of Odia’s film industry – The New Indian Express

Express news service How far can a committed actor go to prove his passion for cinema? “I lost seven kilos for my role in Daalcheeni,” said young Odia actor Partha Sarathi Ray. If that doesn’t impress you much, he adds that he languished in the same pair of shirts and pants and didn’t brush or […]

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Northern Ireland’s TV and Film Industry Booming Despite Pandemic Challenges | UTV

Play video Northern Ireland’s film and television industry continues to grow, with Netflix and Paramount among the latest US studios to bring projects to the region. While Line Of Duty and Bloodlands were some of the highlights of 2021, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast and the third and final season of Derry Girls are already building excitement […]

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Northern Ireland’s TV and film industry is booming despite the challenges of the pandemic

Northern Ireland’s film and television industry continues to grow, with Netflix and Paramount among the latest US studios to bring projects to the region. While Line Of Duty and Bloodlands were some of the highlights of 2021, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast and the third and final season of Derry Girls are already building excitement for 2022. […]

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Palm Springs Film Festival canceled for 2022

After announcing the cancellation of the Palm Springs Film Awards last week, the Palm Springs International Film Society announced Wednesday that the entire film festival will not take place in 2022. Here is the press release from the festival: “Based on the current increase in COVID cases, the Palm Springs International Film Society has announced […]

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Film executives examine China’s film industry in 2021

Four senior film executives reflected on the triumphs and struggles faced by the Chinese film industry in 2021 during a summit Wednesday at the 16th Changchun Film Festival (CCFF). Cinema executives Yu Dong (2nd from left), Wang Zhonglei (3rd from left), Li Jie (2nd from right) and Zeng Maojun (1st from right) share their views […]

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2021, the year a struggling film industry rose like a phoenix

According to many tired and retired moviegoers and industry experts, the “industry almost dying” has watched the return of moviegoers to multiplexes and theaters across the country, celebrating a few major releases – which put the year on a reboot mode, looking for an even better future After suffering the wrath of the current global […]

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“Streaming saved the movie industry”: Anupama Chopra

Ahead of the launch of his book “A Place in My Heart”, film critic Anupama Chopra explains why OTT and movie theaters will coexist peacefully In that of journalist and film critic Anupama Chopra A place in my heart, there are individual chapters devoted to an extremely diverse range of Indian films: from the classics […]

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How Abner Benaim made “Plaza Catedral” in Panama despite the lack of a film industry in the country | Promotion

In Screen’s latest series of For Your Consideration screenings, writer / director Abner Benaim and star Ilse Salas discussed Panama’s Oscar nomination. Cathedral Square. Watch the interview above, which was moderated by International Screen editor-in-chief Nikki Baughan. Writer / director Abner Benaim is part of the new avant-garde of cinema in Panama. His 2008 feature […]

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Reel Youth tackles the real problems of the film industry

A photo of Ben Leiataua, Obedian Freeman and Tiffany Bennett taken on Zoom on November 29, 2021. The three co-founded the Reel Youth Film Camp to provide filming opportunities for children in underserved communities in Seattle. (Photo by Martina Povolo) By Zoë Bodovinitz and Martina Povolo, The Seattle Medium The directors watch megaphones in their […]

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New name in film industry ‘Black Star Films’ creates controversy

The domestic film industry on Wednesday December 8 created some controversy when it hosted an event to unveil the new name of Ghana’s film industry. The name Black Star Films has not been widely accepted as the Authority had perhaps hoped with many calling for a review. Speaking on Showbiz from A to Z on […]

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Lady Gaga, “King Richard”, “Belfast”, More – Deadline

UPDATE with the latest winner: The Palm Springs International Film Awards said Thursday that Gucci House Star Lady Gaga will receive the Icon Award at next month’s film awards gala which kicks off the Palm Springs Film Festival. The Film Awards will be held in person on January 6 at the Palm Springs Convention Center, […]

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African-American film critics name the 10 best films of 2021 – deadline

The African American Film Critics Association announced Wednesday that it has selected Netflix’s Western film. The more they fall, King Richard, Respect, The Tragedy of Macbeth, Passing, Belfast, Who We Are, House of Gucci, The Power of the Dog and West side storagey in the group’s Top 10 films of the year. The AAFCA will […]

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Taiwan’s Golden Horse Film Awards spotlight Hong Kong’s censored productions

The 58th Golden Horse Film Awards, dubbed the “Oscars” in Chinese, was held in Taipei on November 27. In 2019, the National Film Board of China ordered directors and actors to boycott the event. So, for three consecutive years, the film festival has had no mainstream Chinese films on the nominations list. Political pressure from […]

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Taiwan’s Golden Horse Film Awards shine a light on censored Hong Kong productionsGlobal Voices

Clara Law, Jun Li and Kiwi Chow. Image of the News stand. Used with permission. The 58th Golden Horse Film Awards, dubbed the “Oscars” in Chinese, was held in Taipei on November 27. In 2019, the National Film Board of China ordered directors and actors to boycott the event. So, for three consecutive years, the […]

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European Film Awards cancels physical ceremony – Deadline

The European Film Awards have canceled their plan for a physical ceremony this year due to the increase in the number of Covids in Germany. A small ceremony reserved for the nominees was to take place in Berlin on December 11. Instead, it will now take place in a hybrid of digital formats, including pre-produced […]

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“Revolution of Our Times”, “The Falls” win the Golden Horse Film Awards

“The Falls,” Taiwan’s Oscar nominee and timely drama about the trauma of midlife at home, became the unsurprising winner of the Golden Horse Film Awards in Taipei on Saturday. And, in a bold move that has the potential to enrage authorities in mainland China, the award for Best Feature Documentary went to “Revolution of Our […]

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La coproduzione indio-francese Last Film Show si aggiudica la Spiga d’oro alla 66ma Seminci

02/11/2021 – The Settimana Internazionale del Cinema di Valladolid has awarded the Spiga d’argento al film spagnolo Sis dies currents di Neus Ballús, also Premio del Pubblico This article is available in English. Last movie session (India/France), a film directed by Pan Nalineleft with the Golden Spike of 66and Valladolid International Film Festival – Seminci. […]

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The Franco-Indian co-production Last Film Show wins the Golden Spike at the 66th Seminci

02/11/2021 – In addition, the Valladolid International Film Festival awarded the Silver Spike to the Spanish title Men at odd jobs de Neus Ballús, also crowned with the Audience Award Director Pan Nalin (right) with his Golden Spike for Last cinema screening (© Seminci) Last cinema screening (India / France), a film directed by Pan […]

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Gotham Group signs ‘Last Film Show’ director Pan Nalin – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The Gotham Group has signed with Indian director, screenwriter and producer Pan Nalin, whose latest feature film Last cinema screening was well received at Tribeca this year. The photo – a tribute to cinema seen through the eyes of a young Indian boy – made its festival debut and became the first foreign-language film […]

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‘The Last Film Show’ marks the return of the big-screen experience to Tribeca

The world premiere of Pan Nalin’s ‘The Last Film Show’ (Chhello Show), which opens the Spotlight section of the Tribeca Film Festival, promises to be a welcome return to a big screen cinema experience after a year wasted by COVID- 19. The partly autobiographical drama takes Nalin back to his roots in Saurashtra, Gujarat, western […]

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Filipino film to raise money for typhoon victims

DOHA: Ajyal Youth Film Festival, with the support of the Embassy of the Philippines and the Philippine School of Doha, will organize a charity screening of A Shout from Within (Qatar/Philippines 2013) tomorrow in Katara to raise funds for survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.Directed by Doha-based Filipino director Jan Xavier Pacle, the film […]