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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…

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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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Birds Eye View reveals 2014 programme details

The Birds Eye View Film Festival (8-13 April) has announced details of their 2014 programme, which promises to be a packed six-day celebration of women filmmakers from across the globe. Boasting numerous premieres, special presentations…

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Thessaloniki Doc Fest opening film and market news

The 16th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival will open on 14 March with the Russian film Linar by Nastia Tarasova. It follows the odyssey of Linar, a Russian boy who travels to Italy to receive a heart…

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Røde launches filmmaking competition

Pro-audio brand RØDE Microphones is excited to announce the ‘My RØDE Reel’ international short film competition, conceived to nurture emerging, independent filmmakers and give them the opportunity to share in more than US$70,000 in prizes.…

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More Thessaloniki Doc Fest titles announced

Some of the highlights at the 16th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival (March 14 – 23) have just been announced and they blur the boundaries between fact and fiction, often creating a fascinating cinematic hybrid. Tweet With…

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EFM Spotlight: Alvernia Studios (Poland)

Europe’s most modern and complete full-service studio aims high with state-of-the-art facilities plus a new service-based investment scheme that promises growth.…

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Only Lovers Left Alive live music gig

February 6 seems to have been one of London’s most event-packed evenings of the year so far, tube strike notwithstanding. The first The Fly Awards were taking place at The Forum in Kentish Town, East…

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