Festivals & audience awards

From selections to awards, film festivals are stepping stones for new talent. We present you these latest discoveries.

“Call Me by Your Name” and “Get Out” win big at Gotham Awards

Call Me By Your Name wins Best Feature Film at Gotham Awards but Get Out scores well Call Me By Your Name scooped the best feature film award at the IPF Gotham Awards, which celebrates...
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Berlinale Festival: top directors call for event to be overhauled

Top German directors are calling for a complete overhaul of the Berlinale Festival. Seventy nine wrote an open letter to Spiegel Online saying: enough is enough. The signatories, which includes luminaries such as Christian Petzold, Andreas...

“Call Me By Your Name” leads Spirit Awards nominations

The film Call Me By Your Name directed by Luca Guadagnino earned six nominations. Closely followed by Jordan Peele's Get Out selected in five categories. Both productions are nominated for Best Film.   Call Me...

Agnès Varda: Hollywood honours France’s first lady of the New Wave

Agnès Varda wins an honorary award for her lifetime achievements. The Academy of Oscars pays homage to a figure who worked in the margin The only female filmmaker from the New Wave in France received...
Nuestra Reseña : "Makala" - Emmanuel Gras

Our review: “Makala” – Emmanuel Gras

Makala recounts the incredible daily life of Kabwita Makala means charcoal in Lingala, the main dialect in the Republic of Congo. It is also the title of the documentary directed by Emmanuel Gras. In an...
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Movie Review: “Manuel” – Dario Albertini

Pitch: At age of 18, Manuel must leave his young person's home where he has lived since the imprisonment of his mother. Once outside, he tries to get house arrest for her. For that,...
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Tokyo Festival an opened door into Asian cinema

Tokyo rolled out the red carpet for the 30th edition of their international film festival This year, its celebrated the 45th anniversary of the beginning of a friendship between Japan and China after the normalization...

Singapore: nothing to envy to other film festivals

The 28th Singapore International Film Festival announced its program the past week on October 25th, 2017. Created in 1987, the SGIFF is the largest film event in the small Malay peninsula. The festival showcases the cinema...
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“The Square” by Ruben Östlund – Our Review

"The Square" crashes into the elitist world of modern art I would never have thought after leaving the projection of "The Square" that this film would have won the Palme d'Or. And yet I already...

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