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  1. Sep 05, 2017 · CFC provides tailor-made consulting, initiates and co-organizes numerous pitching forums and workshops, and prepares specialized publications. As of February 2017, the Czech Film Center operates ...

  2. The 14th Batumi International Arthouse Film Festival (15-22 September) wrapped last night with a ceremony in the Black Sea city's State Musical Centre. Marko Škop's Karlovy Vary title Let There Be Light picked up the Grand Prix, just two days after winning the same, main award at the Almaty Film Festival.

  3. Producer of LET'S TRY TO JUMP INTO THE WELL. Awarded as best producer at Era New Horizons International Film Festival (2008) and Krakow Film Festival (2017). She is dedicated to make documentaries and fiction movies with strong author's vision. Co-owner and chairwoman at KIJORA FILM. A member of the Polish and European Film Academy.

  4. Oct 24, 2020 · Have you booked your tickets to over 70 countries and the best in feature and short subject independent film? Want your tickets first and at a discounted rate? If this sounds like your dream vacation, then we encourage you to consider the benefits of CIFF membership.

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    • CINE-LIST: October 18 - October 24, 2019

    Fabrice du Welz’s ADORATION (Belgium/France) Friday 10/18, 1pm, Sat 10/26, 9:45pm, and Sunday 10/27, 8:15pm ADORATION is a simple, moody fable about the vagaries of love, seen from the eyes of a pubescent boy slowly discovering its frequently deranged manifestations. Paul (Thomas Gioria), a sullen, tow-headed teen who sort of resembles Jérémie Reni...

    Michelangelo Antonioni's RED DESERT

    Antonioni's first film in color (and how!) begins deliberately out-of-focus; it seems as though the theater projectionist has erred until the credits appear fully legible. There are plenty of similar tricks throughout RED DESERT, which befits the theme of humanity's disorientation from modern life. Various settings—namely the chemical plant owned by the heroine's husband—suggest science-fiction until the film reveals their real, albeit arcane, function; and major sequences begin without expla...

    Lucio Castro’s END OF THE CENTURY

    A sly, elusive art-film brain-teaser with echoes of LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD and CERTIFIED COPY, Lucio Castro’s END OF THE CENTURY unfolds like a dream growing increasingly less lucid, each successive section in its subtle three-part structure confounding the last until everything seems to slip away from one’s grasp. It starts straightforwardly enough, though. Arriving in Barcelona for work, the withdrawn, forty-something Ocho (Juan Barberini) spends his time reading, hanging out at the beach,...

    Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s THE TALES OF HOFFMANN

    “Music is the most romantic of art forms because its sole subject is the infinite,” wrote the German critic and author E.T.A. Hoffmann in an essay on Beethoven. Hoffmann may have been right about music, but that hasn’t stopped artists in other media from trying to approach the infinite through the deliberate manipulation of form. The British director Michael Powell was one such artist. Beginning with BLACK NARCISSUS in 1947, Powell began to refine what he termed the “composed film,” instructi...

    ANDREI TARKOVSKY X 2 --- Andrei Tarkovsky's STALKER

    Loosely based on the Soviet novel Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, Tarkovsky's STALKER creates a decrepit industrial world where a mysterious Zone is sealed off by the government. The Zone, rumored to be of alien origin, is navigable by guides known as Stalkers. The Stalker of the title leads a writer and a scientist through the surrounding detritus into the oneiric Zone—an allegorical stand-in for nothing less than life itself—on a spiritual quest for a room that grants one's...

    Andrei Tarkovsky’s SOLARIS

    In Tarkovsky’s luminescent and beautiful adaptation of Stanislaw Lem’s novel, Kris Kelvin, a psychologist, has been sent to a space station orbiting the mysterious planet Solaris, which is covered entirely by a potentially sentient ocean. Kelvin is to take charge of the station and either close it down or take drastic, violent measures against the ocean in order to generate scientific data. When he arrives, though, he discovers that the station is regularly populated with ‘visitors,’ people s...

    Preston Sturges’ THE GREAT MCGINTY

    Preston Sturges was so eager to step behind the camera that he sold the screenplay of THE GREAT MCGINTY to Paramount Pictures for $10 on the grounds that he could direct it as well. As a result, he became the first official writer-director in American movie history—as well as one of the greatest. THE GREAT MCGINTY kicked off an extraordinary run of eight films that Sturges made in just five years, from 1940 to 1944. Each one (save, perhaps, THE GREAT MOMENT) is breathtaking in its own way, bu...

    Advance Notice for The Attractions of the Moving Image: A Celebration of Tom Gunning, a two-day event marking the retirement earlier this year of University of Chicago professor Tom Gunning. The event is on Friday and Saturday, October 25-26, but since the Friday schedule begins at 9am and our list generally goes live in the early afternoon, we’re ...

    TheArt Institute of Chicago opens the exhibitionAndy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again on Sunday, and it will be on view through January 26. The show features a wealth of Warhol’s short films (fifteen “Screen Tests” and other early shorts, which are all showing on 16mm), videos, and television commercials, including some very rare items. A compleme...

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    The film is "AraMegobaro" is his directorial debut. GioMgeladzereceived awards at several festivals - Grand prize and Protestant Jury prize at Oberhausen Short Film Festival (Germany , 1993 ); International Film Festival " molodist " (Kiev , 1993 ), special diplomasat various Festivals ( 1993 , 1997 , 1998) .

  6. An aged woman is taking a bath. While entering the water, a new world reveals. The phone, on a chair, connects her with her son and is the only link to the real world. Winner of Best Short Film, Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019, and the Jury Prize, Hong Kong International Film Festival, 2019.

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