Category: FESTIVALS

News about Festivals in Mediterranean

Greece / 2nd edition of GrecDoc

The European Festival of Greek Documentaries – GrecDoc – will take place in Paris (health conditions permitting) from September 18th to 20th. This year’s festival is sponsored by Rosviros Manthoulis. Michel Noll, the event’s founder and director, presents this second season: “This year, because of Covid 19, it is in the autumn and not the …

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Italy / Result of the 77th Venice Film Festival

On Saturday September 12th the 77th Venice Film Festival announced its list of award-winners: Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland (United States) won the Golden Lion, the Grand Jury Award went to Michel Franco’s Nuevo Orden (Mexico) and the Silver Lion to Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Sacrificed Lovers (Japan). Indian writer and director Chaitanya Tamhane received the Best Screenplay Award …

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Spain / Selection for the Mostra de València

The Mostra de València will open on October 22nd and end on November 1st. Once again the festival emphasises its commitment to show the best films made around the Mediterranean. The first films included in the competitive section have been announced: Zana by Antoneta Kastrati (Kosovo): The director uses elements of fantasy to reflect on …

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Israel / DocuShuk partners with Docaviv

The Tel Aviv International Documentary Film Festival, Docaviv, has partnered with DocuShuk, an internet marketing and streaming service which will make this year’s Festival programme accessible online. The day after their screening, 21 Israeli premieres were available internationally. The platform, which operates year-round, allows industry professionals to keep abreast of the latest releases of Israeli …

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Cyprus / AEI 2020 maintained

The 3rd Cyprus Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical Documentary Film Festival (AEI) took place from September 10th to 13th. This cultural event is organized by A.E.I. Audiovisual Film Forum in collaboration with the Municipality of Aglantzia, the Department of Forests and Tetraktys Films. This year the festival is supported by many organisations, both national (the Cultural …

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Italy – Israel / Nadav Lapid president of the jury for the Giornate degli Autori

The 17th Giornate degli Autori took place from September 2nd to 12th during the 77th Venice Film Festival. The president of the Giornate’s jury was Israeli director Nadav Lapid, who won the Golden Bear at the 2019 Berlinale with his third feature Synonyms. Nadav Lapid headed a jury of 27 young European film enthusiasts who …

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Romania / Record selection for the TIFF

The Transylvanian International Film Festival (TIFF) was held from July 31st to August 9th. This year’s festival was marked by a record number of films: 21 features, including seven world premieres, and 16 short films were on the programme. The world premieres include Tudor Cristian Jurgio’s And They May Still Be Alive Today (Romania / …

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