Sarajevo Film Festival Unveils 2018 Competition

The 2018 Sarajevo Film Festival (Aug 10-18) has unveiled the titles selected for its Competition and In Focus programmes

Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2018 Winners

Read to find out the festival’s winners

Munich Film Festival Line-up

This year’s Munich Film Festival will include works highlighting some of today’s defining issues

Cannes Prize Winner ‘Capernaum’ to Kick Off New Arab Film Festival in Paris

“Lebanese director-actor Nadine Labaki and her drama ‘Capernaum,’ an award winner at Cannes, are set to kick off the first edition of the Festival Des Cinemas Arabes, an ambitious new event in Paris dedicated to Arab films.

The Financing Behind the 2018 Edinburgh Film Festival

Edinburgh International Film Festival (June 20 – July 1) faces tough competition in its slot, but there are enough good titles to go around, artistic director Mark Adams tells Screen

Sydney Film Festival Reveals Full 2018 Program

“The world’s best new films come to Sydney every June for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres, talks and parties. Join us and be among the first in Australia to see the greatest, strangest and most exciting work that cinema has to offer”. – SFF

Edinburgh Film Festival Reveals 2018 Line-up

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has revealed the line-up of industry events running alongside this year’s festival.

Karlovy Vary 2018 Competition Line-up Revealed

The 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (June 29 – July 7) has unveiled the competition titles in its Official Selection, East of the West and Documentary sections,” says Orlando Parfitt.

2018 Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival remains one of the most prominent film festivals in the world. First established as a bulwark against the cultural institutions of the regimes of Hitler and Mussolini, Cannes continues to hold a defining role within world cinema.

The 2018 Asian American International Film Festival

“The Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF), presented by Asian CineVision, is the first and longest running festival in the country devoted to films by and about Asians and Asian Americans.

Bornila Chatterjee’s The Hungry (2017)– IFFLA- U. S. Theatrical Premiere, April 13

Adapting Shakespeare from the setting of Roman power struggle to contemporary India is a good fit since corporate greed extracts just as much blood in full sunlight.

Jayaraj Rajasekharan Nair’s Ottaal (The Trap): Tragic, Wise, and Dignified! IFFLA 2016

Anton Chekhov’s short story, Vanka, is a memorable portrait of an orphan who longs to return to his grandfather and the early days of childhood. Nine-year old Vanka finds cruelty in the labor for a local shoemaker. The trappings of Moscow appear to him too cold and inhuman.