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Camerimage Film Festival 2014

Camerimage Film Festival, in Bydgoszcz, Poland, is somewhat unique in the saturated film festival world. It is almost exclusively industry-centric and yet its programme is filled with popular films that…

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Barco Escape new cinema format

On Friday 10 October at Kinepolis in Antwerp, Belgium saw the European premiere of a new cinema technology from Barco, along with the release of the film The Maze Runner. Looking to expand the cinema…

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Présence Autochtone Pt 2

Second report from 24th Présence Autochtone Montreal First Peoples Festival, including Award winners.…

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Présence Autochtone 1

Chris Patmore reports from Canada on his first day at Présence Autochtone, the 24th Montreal First Peoples Festival…

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54th Krakow Film Festival

There’s something quite bohemian about Krakow, both geographically and aesthetically. Wandering around the centre of the city bears a resemblance to Prague, and not only the preponderance of coffee shops, cheap beer and drunk English…

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Madeira Film Festival

There are well in excess of 4000 film festivals in the world, catering for all cinematic tastes and diversions, as well as locales, with London being one of the most intense. Not a week passes…

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Krakow announces documentary competition titles

Krakow Film Festival have announced the 20 films taking part in documentary competition for the Golden Horn award. Tweet The films taking part in the competition have to be longer than 30 minutes.  Ten medium-length…

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Krakow reveals music docs

Ten feature-length music documentary films qualified for the competition DocFilmMusic at the 54th Krakow Film Festival. Tweet DocFilmMusic is in its second year as part of the competitions at Krakow Film Festival. The music documentary…

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Thessaloniki Doc Festival

There are basically two reasons to watch documentaries: to expand your world view or confirm your world view, although there is a crossover area that is dictated by how broad your world view is. Documentary…

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Sean Bobbitt – The Camera as Observer

Having shot a diverse range of films including Shame, Byzantium, Oldboy and 12 Years a Slave, Sean Bobbitt has developed a unique visual style. Here, he discusses the craft of filmmaking, and why the digital…

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