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France / Some new faces on the CMCA’s Board of Directors

The CMCA Board of Directors met on September 9th. With Jérôme Cathala of France Télévisions and Maria Du Bessé of Rai, Chair and Vice-Chair of the CMCA, both moving on to other responsibilities in their respective companies, the Board was obliged to vote new members to fill these two key positions. Three candidates were proposed: …

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Europe / Nisi Masa promotes short European films

Nisi Masa is a non-profit organization helping and promoting young professionals in the European film industry. As part of that, it organizes the European Short Pitch every year. The Short Pitch programme includes writing workshops, meetings and co-production forums to help young, talented Europeans develop and pitch their projects in a professional environment. The application …

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Europe / Éducation à l’image with the EFF

The European Film Factory (EFF) is a film education platform. Their website, accessible on all digital devices, is for students aged 11 to 18 and for all European teachers. Since August 26th educational guides in German, English, Spanish, French, Greek, Italian, Polish and even Romanian have been put online so that Internet users can discover …

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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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Italy / Creation of International Coalition for Film-makers at Risk (ICFR)

During the Venice Film Festival, an international organisation was launched to support film-makers whose profession puts them at risk. The International Coalition for Film-makers at Risk (ICFR) was founded by the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival, the Rotterdam International Film Festival and the European Film Academy. The project was announced in 2019, but it was …

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Italy / Paolo Sorrentino’s “È stata la mano di Dio”

È stata la mano di Dio (It Was the Hand of God) is the new film by Paolo Sorrentino. Shooting is due to start soon in Naples and the film is produced for the Netflix streaming platform. The film’s title is a phrase used by the Argentinian footballer Diego Maradona when he scored a goal …

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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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