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On The Radar: SXSW 2017

On The Radar: SXSW 2017

While the South by Southwest Film Festival prides itself on being an innovative, edgy and forward-thinking exhibition, it is also happy to celebrate itself, nestle into its roots and promote the vibrancy that exists in its own backyard. These two traits are not mutually exclusive, as will likely be seen in this year’s opening night

2017 IFFR Interview: Sophie Goyette (Mes nuits feront écho)

The lights of the International Film Festival Rotterdam turned off last Sunday and Canadian filmmaker Sophie Goyette walked away with the Bright Future Award and 10.000€ as the jury found that her debut feature length, Mes nuits feront écho, “knitted softly together the different sounds and colors of varied landscapes, countries, generations, passions.” The first thing

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Slamdance Film Festival Announces 2017 Competition Lineup

The Slamdance Film Festival has just announced their Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competition programs for its 23rd Festival edition, taking place in Park City from January 20-26, 2017. This year the festival will showcase 11 narrative and 8 documentary features from emerging storytellers across the globe: NARRATIVE FEATURES: Aerotropolis (Taiwan) World Premiere Director &

Tribeca Short Films – New talent, new ways of telling stories

The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival includes 72 short films, 45 of which are world premieres; 53 are in competition. After receiving 3,553 submissions, the programmers curated a widely diverse and genre-spanning crop of provocative true-life stories and challenging fiction from 23 different countries, including Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, the

2016 Tribeca Film Festival Interview: Kadri Kõusaar (Director), Leana Jalukse (Writer) & Aet Laigu (Producer) – “Mother”

Set in a small town in Eastern Estonia, Mother (Ema) is a homespun crime story about rash decisions made in the name of dreams that will have haunting consequences for some time to come. The film focuses on Elsa, a 50-year old woman, whose adult son is left in a coma after a shooting incident.

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10 Films To Watch At The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

#millennialissues, unexploited creativity, the angst that follows an artistic nature and the sorrow of incomplete love affairs lays out TFF 2016, all of them being subjects occurring in everyday life in the ‘10s. How difficult is it to break into the artistic circles? Have we isolated ourselves because we live in the era of technology

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