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"film" Definitions
  1. [countable] (especially British English) (North American English usually movie) a series of moving pictures recorded with sound that tells a story, watched at a cinema or on a television or other device
  2. [uncountable] (especially British English) (North American English usually the movies [plural]) (British English also the cinema) the art or business of making films
  3. [uncountable] moving pictures of real events, shown for example on television
  4. [uncountable, countable] thin plastic that is sensitive to light, used especially in the past for taking photographs and making films; a roll of this plastic, used in cameras
"film" Synonyms
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The film will be screening at the Thin Line Film Fest, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Fargo Film Festival, and the Omaha Film Festival.
The film received nominations for best film and outstanding British film.
The film also won awards at the American Black Film Festival, the Blackstar Film Festival, and the Roxbury Film Festival.
"Her and I can sit down for hours and just watch film after film after film after film," he said.
The film premieres as the opening night film of the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday.
And I wanted the film to be a punk rock film, not a hippie film.
The same year, White Face was screened at approximately 20 film festivals; was nominated for Best Short Narrative at Ashland Independent Film Festival; and won Best Short Film at the San Francisco Black Film Festival and Best Experimental Film at the Harlem International Film Festival.
Film, Video and GIFs ★ All American High School Film Festival The All American High School Film Festival is the largest student film festival in the world.
The film won the best narrative film jury award at Geena Davis' Bentonville Film Festival in May.
The film was shown at the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival in 2014.
There are local film festivals, indie film festivals, erotic film festivals, congressional town halls, political fund-raisers.
When you start to write a zombie film, you realize you're doing a social film, a political film.
He became continuously cast as the attractive kid with a good conscience in film after film, after film.
The film Shirkers circulated through several film worldwide film festivals throughout 2018 and is out now on Netflix.
Simon Staho's films have been shown at a.o.: Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; Berlin International Film Festival; San Sebastian International Film Festival; Chicago International Film Festival; Moscow International Film Festival; Jerusalem International Film Festival; Montreal World Film Festival; Locarno International Film Festival; Mexico City International Contemporary Film Festival; Stockholm International Film Festival; Miami International Film Festival; Taipei Film Festival; Havana International Film Festival; Istanbul International Film Festival; Buenos Aires Festival de Cine Independiente; Hamburg FilmFest; Denver International Film Festival; Milan MIFED; Puerto Rico International Film Festival; Helsinki Film Festival; Santiago Film Festival; Flanders International Film Festival Ghent; Bogota International Film Festival; Mumbai International Film Festival; Lecce European Cinema Festival; Norwegian International Film Festival; Mar del Plata International Film Festival; Vilnius International Film Festival; Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival; Molodist International Film Festival; Göteborg International Film Festival; Bratislava International Film Festival; Hyderabad International Film Festival; Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival; Oporto International Film Festival; Oslo International Film Festival; Transilvania International Film Festival; Santo Domingo International Film Festival; Troia International Film Festival; Motovun Film Festival; Ciné Nordica, Paris et al.
Types of stretch film include bundling stretch film, hand stretch film, extended core stretch film, machine stretch film and static dissipative film.
His films have been screened at numerous international film festivals, including: Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno Festival, New York Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, and many other.
The film received mixed reviews. The film was featured at several film festivals, including San Luis Obispo Film Festival, Phoenix Film Festival, Charlotte Film Festival and Edmonton International Film Festival.
He has served on the jury of several international film festivals, including Dhaka International Film Festival (2020), Message to Man International Film Festival, St.Petersburg ( 2018), Bengaluru International Film Festival (2018), International Film Festival of Kerala ( 2017), Indywood International Film Festival, Hyderabad (2016), Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival (2016), Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival ( 2015), Abu Dhabi Film Festival (2013),Bengaluru International Film Festival (2013), Busan International Film Festival (2012),Toronto International Film Festival ( 2010) Istanbul International Film Festival (2008), Brisbane International Film Festival (2006), Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival (2005), Mumbai International Film Festival (2003).
The film was in competition at Tokyo International Film Festival (2012) and Sitges Film Festival and was official selection at SXSW, Munich Film Festival, International Film Festival Of India, Seattle International Film Festival, Deadcenter Film Festival, Florida Film Festival and Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival.
Active film societies include the Rainbow Film Society, Children's Film Society, Moviyana Film Society and Dhaka University Film Society.
Mapplethorpe has received six Audience Awards at Tribeca Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, All Genders Lifestyles and Identities Film Festival, Key West Film Festival, Long Beach Q Film Festival, Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival, Out on Film Atlanta Film Festival, and Best LGBTQ Film at Key West Int'l Film Festival, Best Director at Long Beach Int'l Film Festival, Best Feature Film and Best Director at the Queen Palm International Film Festival and Best Feature Film and Best Director at the Hollywood Women's Film Festival.
Film was shown at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Warsaw International Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, East European Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival.
Best Film awards in each of the six given categories: # Feature film # Short film # Documentary film # Animation film # Disability film # Rajasthan Culture film Special Jury Awards and Audience Awards may also be given.
Sinner was chosen as an official selection in the Barcelona Film Festival, Hamptons Film Festival, Houston Worldfest, New York Albany Film Festival, Cork Film Festival, British Short Film Festival, Wrexham Film Festival (Wales), Huy Film Festival (Belgium), and Kino Film Festival.
The Tower () is a Norwegian animated feature film directed by Mats Grorud. The film screened at the Cairo International Film Festival, Annecy International Animated Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Sevilla Film Festival and Rome Film Festival.
During 1995 and 1996, it was screened at over 20 international film festivals: Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno Festival, New York Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, and many other.
"Todd Anthony, "Yikes! Another Film Festival!", Miami New Times, April 14–20, 1994 Film Threat labeled the film “The quintessential saga of a rebel and his ball.""Spare Me", Film Threat, April 15, 1994 The film was also programmed at festivals both in the US and overseas including Boston Film Festival, Central Florida Film Festival , ExGround Festival , Florida Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival , Hamptons International Film Festival, Long Island Film Festival , Filmfest Oldenburg, São Paulo International Film Festival, Festroia International Film Festival, Welsh Film Festival and Women in Film Festival, Los Angeles .
On January 17, 2013, the film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. At Sundance, the film was acquired by Radius-The Weinstein Company and was released nationwide on June 14, 2013. The film was also acquired for international distribution by Elle Driver / Wild Bunch. The film was screened at many film festivals in 2013 including South by Southwest Film Festival, True/False Film Festival, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Philadelphia Music Film Festival, RiverRun Film Festival, San Francisco Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Montclair Film Festival, among others.
The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2013. It also screened at The San Francisco International Film Festival, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Environmental Film Festival at Yale, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital, RiverRun International Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Green Film Festival in Seoul, Docville International Documentary Film Festival, Lincoln Film Society - Season Of Cambodia, The Museum of Modern Art ContemporAsian Film Program, Sydney Film Festival, Biografilm Festival, Jerusalem Film Festival, DocFest Munich, and many more prior to its theatrical release and broadcast worldwide.
The film has also garnered the Best Film Award in the main category-Children's Feature Film Competition-Cinema in Sneakers (film festival), and the Best Film Award - at the Montreal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM). Dhanak was also screened at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, and the Toronto International Film Festival. The film has garnered Best Children's Film at the 64th National Film Awards.
Michael John Stasko (born May 29, 1980) is a Canadian actor, film producer, film writer, film composer, film director and film editor.
Production Design for film includes Aardvark (film), Little Boxes (film), Some Velvet Morning (film), Loitering with Intent (film) and Dil Dhadakne Do.
The film was premiered at Toronto International Film Festival, Pyongyang International Film Festival, Dhaka International Film Festival and Delhi International Film Festival.
The film was screen at Moscow International Film Festival, Montreal International Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival and Cairo International Film Festival.
In December 2012, Brescia went into production on his second feature film, Bridge and Tunnel. The film wrapped production in August 2013, and began appearing in film festivals around the world in May 2014. In May 2014, the film began appearing on the film festival circuit in the US. The film gained acceptances into the Long Island International Film Expo, Long Beach International Film Festival, Temecula Valley International Film Festival, Hoboken International Film Festival, Emerge Film Festival, Laugh or Die Comedy Film Festival, Northeast Film Festival, Sanford International Film Festival, Paterson Falls Film Festival, Catskill Mountains Film Festival, Maryland International Film Festival, and Central Florida Film Festival. The film had a limited theatrical release in Los Angeles, opening on September 26, 2014 and in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where the film opened on September 11, 2015.
The documentary screened at numerous film festivals around the world, including SXSW Film Festival, Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, Fantasia International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, Telluride Horror Show, Sitges Film Festival, Orlando Film Festival, and several others.
At the German Film Awards ceremony of 1986, the film won a "Film Award in Silver" for the Shaping of a Feature Film (Kairos Film). It was also nominated for a "Film Award in Gold" in the category of "Outstanding Feature Film" (Kairos Film).
Atlanta is the host of the Atlanta Film Festival, an Academy Award qualifying, international film festival held every April and showcasing a diverse range of independent films, including genre films such as horror and sci-fi. Other film festivals include the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Black Film Fesitval Atlanta, Peachtree Village International Film Festival, Atlanta Asian Film Festival, the Out on Film gay film festival, Independent Film Month, Atlanta Film Festival 365, Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, and the Buried Alive horror film fest.
The Abandoned was screened at over 80 international film festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival, Pula Film Festival, Amiens International Film Festival, SEE A Paris Film Festival, Haifa International Film Festival, Festróia - Tróia International Film Festival, Alexandria International Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival, Transilvania International Film Festival, Ljubljana International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival, and many other. It was screened at festivals in the Czech Republic, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Israel, Croatia, Egypt, France, Serbia and the United States.
One Night Husband premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2003 and was screened at several other film festivals in 2003, including the Deauville Asian Film Festival, Hong Kong International Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, CINEFAN Film Festival, Fukuoka Asian Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival and the Stockholm International Film Festival.
The film premiered at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival. In 2003, it was shown at the Sundance Film Festival, the Boston Irish Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, the Edinburgh Film Festival, the Hamburg Film Festival, the Warsaw Film Festival, the Dinard Festival of British Cinema, and the Austin Film Festival.
Wins Best Feature Film at the Official World Peace Film Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia Life! Camera Action... received critical acclaim. It was invited at various international film festivals including the New York Indian Film Festival; Williamsburg International Film Festival (WILLiFest) in New York; Mississippi International Film Festival, USA; Cabo Verde International Film Festival (CVIFF), Africa; International Film Festival Antigua & Barbuda; Official World Peace Film Festival, Indonesia; Golden Door Film Festival in USA; Ionian International Film Festival in Greece; Indian International Film Festival of Tampa Bay; Carmarthen Bay International Film Festival in United Kingdom; Treasure Coast International Film Festival, USA; The Social Uprising Resistance and Grass Root Encouragement International Film Festival,in the United States;NFDC Film Bazaar in Goa; Beloit International Film Festival; Filums (LUMS International Film Festival), Pakistan; Boston's Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) South Asian Film Series, USA; Heart of England International Film Festival; Dhaka International Film Festival (Cinema of the World section), Bangladesh; Legacy Media Institute International Film Festival, Virginia; Delhi International Film Festival, India; International Youth Film Festival in the UK; Silent River Film Festival, USA; and others.
M Cream wins Best Feature at RIIFF. M Cream premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in 2014 where it received the 'Best Feature Film' award. The film traveled to several international festivals. Most notably, the film has been screened at Cork Film Festival, WorldFest-Houston International Film FestivalWorldFest-Houston International Film Festival Internationales Filmfest BraunschweigInternationales Filmfest Braunschweig Indie Spirit Film Festival, FilmColumbia Festival, London Indian Film Festival, New York Indian Film Festival, Chicago South Asian Film Festival, Seattle South Asian Film Festival, Arizona International Film Festival, Oakland International Film Festival and Boston International Film Festival.
First premiered in October 2009 at London's Raindance Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Documentary. Subsequent festivals included: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, Buffalo Niagara International Film Festival, Bronx International Film Festival, Indianapolis International Film Festival, Da Vinci Film Festival, Tallahassee Film Festival, Los Angeles United Film Festival, USA Film Festival, and Wisconsin Film Festival. The film was picked up by PBS International Distribution for worldwide sales outside the United States. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in January 2011.
At the 7th Asian Film Awards the film won the Asian Film Award for Best Film.
Mod Fuck Explosion won "Best Feature" at the New York Underground Film Festival in 1995, as well as "Best Feature" in the 1996 Honolulu Underground Film Festival and "2nd Place Feature" in the Freakzone Film Festival in France. Mod Fuck Explosion also was accepted to these following festivals: Berlin Film Festival; Cannes Film Festival; Mannheim- Heidelberg Film Festival, Germany; Vancouver Film Festival; Stockholm Film Festival; Singapore International Film Festival; Chicago Underground Film Festival; The Fringe Fest, Australia; Copenhagen Film Festival; Asian American International Film Festival, NYC; Goteberg Film Festival, Sweden; USA Film Festival, Dallas; St. Louis Film Festival; San Francisco Asian American Film Festival; Institute of Contemporary Art, London.
Festival Express had its world premiere at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival. Other festival releases included the San Francisco Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Bermuda Film Festival, London Film Festival, Miami Film Festival, Wisconsin Film Festival, NatFilm Festival, Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Maine International Film Festival, Flanders International Film Festival, the IN-EDIT Barcelona International Music Documentary Film Festival, Hohaiyan Music Film Festival, Rio Film Festival, Vienna International Film Festival and the São Paulo International Film Festival. The film was released theatrically on July 23, 2004 in the United States, as well as in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Scandinavia.
"'Wildlike' review, starring Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty and Ann Dowd". The Celebrity Cafe, By Will Ashton, 4/8/2015 In 2015 the film debuted at the Hamptons International Film Festival,"Excitement surrounds Film Festival debut", Greenwich Time, Robert Marchant, June 11, 2015 then played at over 200 film festivals including the Woodstock Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, IndieMemphis, Woods Hole Film Festival, Cleveland Film Festival, Cork Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Independent Film Festival Boston, Savannah Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival and the St. Louis Film Festival. It was also screened at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival,"MSPIFF Interview: ‘Wildlike’ Producer Joseph Stephans".
Upon release the film received critical acclaim. The film was screened at the San Sebastián International Film Festival. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu.
The film premiered in the Masters of World Cinema section at Toronto International Film Festival and has been invited in various other film festivals like– Telluride Film Festival, USA, London Film Festival, Mumbai Film Festival, Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, International Film Festival of India, Mahindra Indo – American Arts Council Film Festival, New York, Dubai International Film Festival etc. The film released in India on 25 February 2011.
Flavors was an official selection at the Cairo International Film Festival, the Hamptons International Film Festival, the Milan Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Bangkok International Film Festival, the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Asian American International Film Festival and the Mumbai Film Festival.
The film premièred at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and played at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2012. The film continued its festival run across the world screening at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Taormina Film Fest, Fantasia Film Festival, PIFAN, Sitges, Toronto After Dark Film Festival, Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, London FrightFest Film Festival and held its Irish première in July 2012 as the opening film of the 24th Galway Film Fleadh.
The film premiered LA Film Festival on June 18, 2017. The film was also featured in the 2017 Austin Film Festival, SCAD Savannah Film Festival, Los Cabos International Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival, and the 2018 Mammoth Film Festival. The film won three awards at the 2018 Mammoth Film Festival, Best Actor for Michael Angarano, Best Picture, and the Grandy Jury Award. The film also won Best Narrative Feature at the 2017 SCAD Savannah Film Festival.
These include the FREEP Film Festival, Denver Film Society Women + Film Festival, the Boulder International Film Festival, and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
The film screened at film festivals around the world, and won awards at the Toronto International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Göteborg International Film Festival, Portland International Film Festival and the 2009 New Zealand Film and Television Awards.
The Beneficiary is a 1997 Australian crime thriller short film directed by Graeme Burfoot. The film was aired at several international film festivals, such as the Torino Film Festival, the Cork Film Festival, the Tampere International Short Film Festival, the Hamburg Short Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival.
Retrieved 29 May 2013."Unfettered feature". The Hindu. 25 February 2013. Retrieved 29 May 2013. The film was an inaugural film in three festivals — International Film Festival Thrissur, Chittur Panchajanayam International Film Festival and Jamia Milia Malayalam Film Festival. The film has been screened at Montreal World Film Festival, Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival and Athens International Film and Video Film Festival in 2013. The film was the only Indian film selected to be screened in the Panorama Section at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.
Bad Day to Go Fishing premiered at the Critic’s Week of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. It was the Uruguayan candidate for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film won several international awards and has participated in many prestigious film festivals such as 26th Warsaw International Film Festival (Best Film Free Spirit Comp.), Montreal World Film Festival, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (Best Film Opera Prima), Mar del Plata Film Festival (Best Actor), Moscow International Film Festival, Shanghai International Film Festival, Austin (Best Film & Audience Award), Brooklyn (Best Director), Sofia International Film Festival (Best Film Fipresci), São Paulo, Busan International Film Festival and Palm Springs International Film Festival. The film won 10 Uruguay Fipresci Critics Awards, including Best Film, Best International Film Debut, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor and got nominated for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Actor by the Spanish Critics (CEC).
Manda's third feature film, The Kiss, premiered at the Jeonju International Film Festival in 2008. Japanese film critic Inuhiko Yomota praised the film as "a fantastic film." His 2014 film, Dog's Way, premiered at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival.
The film made its world premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival in November, 2016, followed by screenings at the St. Louis Film Festival, Havana Film Festival and Lone Star Film Festival. The film recently played at The Heartland Film Festival.
The film was first presented at the Venice Film Festival on 2 September 2000. The film screened at the London Film Festival; the Mar del Plata Film Festival, Argentina; the Tokyo International Film Festival & the Reykjavik Film Festival, Iceland among others.
Other film festivals held in the country include Febiofest, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, One World Film Festival, Zlín Film Festival and Fresh Film Festival.
Do It Again premiered at the Rotterdam International Film Festival on January 28, 2010. Other notable screening locations included Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Independent Film Festival of Boston, Nashville Film Festival, Taipei Film Festival, Indianapolis International Film Festival, and Pusan International Film Festival.
The film also features in the schedule of several international Jewish film festivals such as Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Poland's Jewish Motifs International Film Festival and the UK Jewish Film Festival.Leona Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival. Retrieved on 19 October 2019Leona Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. Retrieved on 19 October 2019Leona Jewish Motifs International Film Festival.
Apart from the above accolades, DAM999 was selected for screening various global film festivals such as Tehran Film Festival, Jaipur International Film Festival, Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival, Malaysia, Chain NYC Film Festival, USA, Louisville's International Festival of Film, USA and Trinity International Film Festival, USA, Laughlin International Film Festival, USA and 10th Annual Salento Film Festival, Italy.
In 2010 he directed the film Dik Trom. The film won both the Golden Film and Platinum Film awards. The film also won the Golden Calf for Best Production Design award at the 2011 Netherlands Film Festival. His short film Drop Dead won the Competition for the Short Film Award at the Osnabrück Independent Film Festival.
Allocine gave the film a 2 out of 5, Film TV gave the film a 2.3 out of 5, Film Web gave the film a 3.8 out of 10, Next Film gave the film a 1out of 5, Radio Times gave the film a 2 out of 5, The Movie Scene gave the film a 2 out of 5.
A film blowing machine is used to make polyethylene into plastic film. This may be laminating film, packing film, agricultural covering film, bags or film for textiles and clothing, and other packing material.
The film has won awards at multiple film festivals, including the Short Film Special Jury Prize at the Ottawa International Film Festival, the Grand Owl Award, Best Animation at the Fantasy Worldwide International Film Festival, Best Animated Short at the Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival, Best Animated Film at Memphis International Film Festival and Best Animated Film at San Fernando Valley International Film Festival.
The film premiered at South by Southwest 2013 and screened at other film festivals such as Independent Film Festival of Boston, the San Francisco International Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Toronto LGBT Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, Asian Film Festival of Dallas, QFest Philadelphia, and QFest Galveston. The film had its national PBS premiere on June 30, 2015.
Stableford donated the film to the team for its fundraising campaign. The Fall Line won awards at the Official Best of Fest, Mammoth Mountain Film Festival, 5Point Film Festival, and Taos Short Film Festival, and was selected to the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. The film also screened at the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, Vail Film Festival, Spokane International Film Festival, Durango Independent Film Festival, Boulder Adventure Film Festival, and the Ski Channel Film Festival.
The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and was shown at the Dublin Film Festival before going into theatrical release in the UK on 18 April 2008. It later was featured at the Telluride Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the Athens Film Festival, the Mill Valley Film Festival, the Morelia Film Festival, the Chicago International Film Festival, the Warsaw International FilmFest, and the Tokyo International Film Festival.
As well as winning the CICAE Art and Essai Cinema Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Garage has been an official selection for the London Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the São Paulo Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival and the Pusan Film Festival. The film won four awards at the 2008 Irish Film and Television Awards: Best Film, Best Film Director (Lenny Abrahamson), Best Film Script (Mark O'Halloran) and Best Actor in a Lead Role Film for Pat Shortt.
Score premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival in October 2016 and won awards at eight film festivals, including the Boulder International Film Festival, Chicago Critics Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Gasparilla International Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Sedona Film Festival and Tacoma Film Festival. It was also an official selection to the 2017 San Francisco International Film Festival. In October 2017, the film was nominated for the Hollywood Music in Media Awards in the Music Documentary category. Score was named Best Documentary at the 2017 Chicago Critics Film Festival.
Atlanta is the host of the Atlanta Film Festival, an Academy Award qualifying, international film festival held every April and showcasing a diverse range of independent films, including genre films such as horror and sci-fi. Other film festivals include the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, the Atlanta Asian Film Festival, the Out on Film gay film festival, Independent Film Month, Atlanta Film Festival 365, Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, and the Buried Alive horror film fest. There is also the Bronzelens Film Festival, held every year in Atlanta.
The film played at New York Latino Film Festival, the Woodstock Film Festival, and the Atlanta Film Festival.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film at the National Film Awards in 1996.
The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Gujarati at the 66th National Film Awards.
It was the official selection at the International Film Festival of India at Goa in the Indian panorama section, Mumbai International Film Festival (MAMI), Imagine India Film Festival at Madrid, Hidden Gems Film Festival in Calgary, Sydney Indian Film Festival, Chennai International Film Festival, All Lights International Film Festival at Kochi, I-Views International Film Festival at Delhi, International Film Festival of Trichur, Habitat International Film Festival at Delhi and competitive sections at the New York Indian Film Festival, International Film Festival of Kerala, Delhi International Film Festival and Melbourne Indian Film Festival. Rituparna Sengupta won the Best Actress for her performance at the Delhi International Film Festival along nominations at New York Indian Film Festival and Melbourne Indian Film Festival.
It was the Uruguayan candidate for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film went on to win several international awards and has been screened in many film festivals such as the 26th Warsaw International Film Festival (Best Film Free Spirit Comp.), Montreal World Film Festival, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (Best Film Opera Prima), Mar del Plata Film Festival (Best Actor), Moscow International Film Festival, Shanghai International Film Festival, Austin (Best Film & Audience Award), Brooklyn (Best Director), Sofia International Film Festival (Best Film Fipresci), São Paulo, Busan International Film Festival and Palm Springs International Film Festival. The film won 10 Uruguay Fipresci Critics Awards, including Best Film, Best International Film Debut, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor and was nominated for Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Actor by the Spanish Critics (CEC). He directed Mr. Kaplan in 2014.
"Bridge and Tunnel" was scheduled to make its World Premiere in April 2014 at the Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival in Auburn, Maine but those plans deteriorated when the festival was cancelled after the arrest of its founder, Joshua Shea. Beginning in May 2014, "Bridge and Tunnel" appeared in several regional film festivals including; Catskill Mountains Film Festival, New York City International Film Festival, Sanford International Film Festival, Laugh or Die Comedy Film Festival, The Other Venice Film Festival, Hoboken International Film Festival, Long Island International Film Expo, Emerge Film Festival, Long Beach International Film Festival, Temecula Valley International Film Festival, Paterson Falls Film Festival, Northeast Film Festival, Central Florida Film Festival, Minneapolis Underground Film Festival, Maryland International Film Festival, Williamsburg International Film Festival, and Harrisburg-Hershey Film Festival. The film would win several awards during its film festival tour. On September 26, 2014 "Bridge and Tunnel" opened its theatrical run in Beverly Hills, California at the Laemmle Theatres Music Hall.
The film was financed by the Namibia Film Commission. It was selected for screening at multiple international film festivals, including the New York film festival, African Diaspora International Film Festival, and Cannes Film Festival.
A Dangerous Game premiered at Hotdocs Film Festival in Canada and subsequently screened at Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Denver Starz, Hamptons International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Reykjavik International Film Festival and Bergen International Film Festival.
Official Selection Sydney Film Festival in 2007 ; Melbourne International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, St Tropez Internationales du Cinema des Antiodes, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Mumbai International Film Festival, OzFliz Ontario, The London Australian Film Festival, River Run International Film Festival.
The film won first prize at the Avignon Film Festival, was runner up at the Westwood Film Festival, and received recognition at the Deauville Film Festival, AFI Fest, the Boston Irish Film Festival, the Newport Beach Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival circuit, and the Palm Springs Film Festival.
The film was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Hamptons International Film Festival, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, and the Jewish Film Festival Berlin.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali at India's 66th National Film Awards.
The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu in 1962 at 9th National Film Awards.
Belfer's films have participated in the Sundance Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, South by Southwest, Locarno International Film Festival, BAMcinemaFest, Seattle International Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival, and Stockholm International Film Festival. In 2011, Belfer's film Like Crazy won the Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2013, Belfer’s film Prince Avalanche premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the 2013 Berlinale Silver Bear Award for Best Director.
The Ordinary Radicals was screened in various film festivals including Pocono Mountain Film Festival], where it was nominated for best documentary in 2009, the Fallbrook Film Festival in Bonsall, California, the Crossroads Film Festival in Jackson, Mississippi, the Garden State Film Festival, the Ion Film Festival in Dubai, UAE, the Alcolade Film Awards, the Flickerings Film Show Case, the Hobokeben Film Festival, and the Okanagan Film Festival in Kelowna, BC.
The film was selected for 2018 Toronto International Film Festival in the kids category. The film won the Audience Choice Award at 2018 UK Asian Film Festival. The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Gujarati at the 65th National Film Awards. The film was first screened at International Children's Film Festival India on 13 November 2017, and was widely released on 28 September 2018.
The Unjust has screened at numerous film festivals around the world, including the Panorama section of the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, the Hong Kong International Film Festival, the Shanghai International Film Festival, the New York Asian Film Festival, the Fantasia Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Vladivostok International Film Festival - Pacific Meridian, the Sitges Film Festival, the London Korean Film Festival, and the Udine Far East Film Festival.
The film was shot over three years in Shanghai, and backed by the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation. It won the Special Jury Prize for documentaries at the 2006 Syracuse International Film Festival. It has also played at BRITDOC Film Festival, Globians Film Festival, Santa Cruz International Film Festival, Cologne Chinese Film Festival, Pyongyang Film Festival, Chongqing Independent Film and Video Festival, and Action on Film International Film Festival.
Jakubowicz at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Jonathan Jakubowicz is a Venezuelan filmmaker and writer, winner of the German Film Peace Prize 2020 for his film "Resistance". His film Secuestro Express was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the British Independent Film AwardsVázquez, Mercedes. His film "Resistance" won the German Film Peace Prize 2020. His film "Hands of Stone" was in the Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2016.
The film premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. It went on to show at several film festivals, including the Frameline Film Festival, Outfest, the Hamptons International Film Festival, and the BFI London Film Festival. At the 2019 Sidewalk Film Festival, the film won the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature. On April 22, 2020, the film was released on Netflix.
Cinematography Center becomes member of "Academy Awards". Retrieved 26 February 2014. Kosovo has participated in different international film festivals such as: Berlin International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Monterrey international film festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Abu Dhabi Film Festival, Winterthur Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Warsaw International Film Festival etc. It has also won prizes in many of them.
The film has won several festival awards: "Audience Award" at Fort Lauderdale Film Festival, "Best Feature Film" at Omaha Film Festival, "Best Narrative Film" at the Las Vegas Film Festival, "Audience Award" at the Kansas City Film Festival, "Gold Kahuna Award" at Honolulu Festival and was a finalist for "Best Feature" at Kansas City Film Festival and the Orlando Film Festival.
Since 2000 Neshat has also participated in film festivals, including the Telluride Film Festival (2000), Chicago International Film Festival (2001), San Francisco International Film Festival (2001), Locarno International Film Festival (2002), Tribeca Film Festival (2003), Sundance Film Festival (2003), and Cannes Film Festival (2008). In 2013 she was a member of the jury at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival.
W.C. is an Irish independent film about two toilet attendants working in a jazz bar. The film premiered at the 2007 Dublin Film Festival and has screened at numerous other international film festivals worldwide, it won the Best Foreign Film award at the 2009 Las Vegas Film Festival and Best Film at the Waterford Film Festival. The film was released theatrically in 2009.
The film premiered May 21, 2007 at the Cannes Film Market. It was also shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, Atlantic Film Festival, Edmonton International Film Festival, Wisconsin Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, and RiverRun International Film Festival. Stuck opened in limited release in the United States on May 30, 2008.
The film was screened at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, the 2006 Vienna International Film Festival, the 2006 BFI London Film Festival, the 2006 Flanders International Film Festival Ghent, the 2007 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, the 2007 São Paulo International Film Festival, and the 2007 San Francisco International Film Festival.
The film played later that year at the Tokyo International Film Festival. In 2007, the film played at the Deauville Asian Film Festival, the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, the New York Asian Film Festival, the Fantasy Film Fest (Germany) and the Fantasia Festival in Montreal.
Other film festivals in Toronto include Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, ReelHeART International Film Festival, Toronto After Dark Film Festival, Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, and WILDsound Film Festival. Toronto also has the National Film Board of Canada.
Now, September 7, 2000. The film received a nomination from the Vancouver Film Critics Circle for Best Off-Indie Film at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2000."Vancouver film critics pick Quebec film Malestrom as best Canadian film". Canadian Press, February 14, 2001.
The film received critical acclaim and commercial success and was selected as the opening film of 'Indian Panorama' at The International Film Festival of India (IFFI). The film won National Film Award for Best Children's Film at the 62nd National Film Awards in 2015.
ABC Broadcast date: 15 March 2001 Accolades CINE Golden Eagle Award, CINE Awards 2001; Official selection Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2001; Columbus International Film Festival; York Independent Film Festival; Pennsylvania Film Festival; Newport International Film Festival; Maui Film Festival; Tahoe International Film Festival.
The film was presented at the Locarno International Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Festival do Rio, the Reykjavík International Film Festival, the Stockholm International Film Festival, the Dubai International Film Festival, the Glasgow Film Festival, the City of Lights, City of Angels.
Wired Magazine The film went on to win Best Film at the London Independent Film Festival London Independent Film Festival"" and Best Film at the Long Island International Film Expo.IMDB"" Director Sloane U'Ren was also awarded Best Director at the Long Island International Film Expo.
The film premiered in Argentina on August 28, 1986. The film was screened at various film festivals, including; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Venice Film Festival, Italy; the Havana Film Festival, Cuba; and others.
In 2006, the film featured in the Palm Springs International Film Festival, 24th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, Helsinki Film Festival and the International Film Festival of Marrakech.
The film won the Camera D'Or in the 1985 Cannes Film Festival. It also won Best Film and Best Screenplay in the Cartagena Film Festival. Other awards include Best Film in the Chicago International Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere at the SXSW on March 14, 2015. The film went screen at the Sarasota Film Festival, The Montclair Film Festival. The Seattle International Film Festival. and the Torino Film Festival.
It takes a closer look at Achsen, a Palestinian actress, who finds it difficult to fit into the group because of a painful personal experience that she had long repressed. The film participated at the following film festivals - Leipzig International Documentary and Animated Film Festival • Victorian Independent Film and Video Festival • Mumbai (Bombay) International Documentary and Animation Film Festival • Cine’ma du Re’el • Munich International Documentary Film Festival • Docaviv- The Tel-Aviv International Documentary Film Festival • US International Film And Video festival • Parnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival (Estonia) • The International Festival of New Film (Croatia) • Intercom- The International Communication Film &Video; Competition (Chicago) • Hot Springs International Documentary film festival (Arkansas, USA) • Cork Int’ Film Festival (Ireland) • Oslo international film festival • Brussels Int’ Independent film festival • Ajijc International film festival (Mexico) • The Jewish Film Festival in Copenhagen •The Israeli Film Festival In Paris • The Australian Documart & Doco Conference • 1001The Turkish Documentary Film Festival • The Israeli Film Festival In Berlin (opening film) •The Ethnofilmfest In Berlin • The Motovun Film Festival (Croatia) • Medfilm festival (Roma) chaverimchaverim (Poland) • Baker Peace Conference (Ohio).
Prints of the film exist in the film archives of George Eastman House, UCLA Film and Television Archive, and the National Film Archive of the British Film Institute.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues in 2000. Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film (Third prize) in 2000.
Stevens' screenplay won awards from the Australian Film Institute and the Montreal World Film Festival, and the film was named Best Film at the Cleveland International Film Festival.
JDCA Art and Artist Film Festival, Orissa. IWART Film Festival, Delhi. Kolkata International Film Festival. South Asian Film Festival, Nepal.
In March 2010, the film had been entered to Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner and the London Film Festival.
Cottonpickin' Chickenpickers is a 1967 American film. The film is the final film appearance of silent film great Lila Lee.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues at the 38th National Film Awards.
Bicycle Dreams has received exceptionally positive reviews. USA Today's Sal Ruibal noted that the film has "beautiful scenery and inspirational words from riders and coaches" while it "also probes deeper into the sport's heart of darkness." The film has received a number of film festival awards, including Best Feature Documentary honors at the Yosemite Film Festival, Las Vegas Film Festival, Lake Arrowhead Film Festival, Grand Rapids Film Festival, Solstice Film Festival, Fallbrook Film Festival, Tiburon Film Festival, Red Rock Film Festival, Los Angeles Sports Film Festival, Moscow Sports Film Festival, Canada International Film Festival and the Breckenridge Film Festival. Bicycle Dreams has been screening continuously across the United States since its release in 2009.
The film has been an official selection to Toronto International Film Festival (Sep 2009), Vancouver International Film Festival (Sep-Oct 2009), Busan International Film Festival (Oct 2009), International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg (Nov 2009), Museum of Modern Art (New York, Jan 2010), International Film Festival Rotterdam (Jan 2010), International Film Festival Prague - Febiofest, 2010 Cinema Novo Film Festival Brugges 2010, CPH:PIX Copenhagen International Film Festival 2010, Guadalajara International Film Festival Mexico, Sydney Travelling Film Festival, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival, Human Rights Arts and Film Festival 2010, Focus on Asia Fukuoka International Film Festival 2010, Global Lens USA 2010, Dialogue of Cultures Film Festival New York 2011 and SVAW Film Festival Melbourne 2011, etc.
Other official festival selections include: National Black Arts Festival, BET's UrbanWorld Film Festival, San Francisco Black Film Festival, Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival, Black Lily Film & Music Festival, Arizona Black Film Showcase and Roxbury Film Festival.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2015. On February 24, 2015, The Film Arcade acquired distribution rights to the film. The film was released on August 14, 2015, by The Film Arcade.
Audience Award for Best Film at 35th Annonay Film Festival – France. 47th Rotterdam International Film Festival – Official selection. 72nd Edinburgh Film Festival – Official Selection - UK. 35th Munich Film Festival – Official Selection. 42nd Montreal World Film Festival - Canada.
The film was first featured at the Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2002. It opened in Argentina on October 3, 2002, making the picture Caetano's second film that opened in Argentina in 2002 (the last was Bolivia in April). The film was also shown at various film festivals, including: the Gothenburg Film Festival, Sweden; the Havana Film Festival, Cuba; the Latin America Film Festival, Poland; the Lleida Latin-American Film Festival, Spain; the Cartagena Film Festival, Colombia; the Film by the Sea Film Festival, Netherlands; and the Helsinki International Film Festival, Finland. In the United States, the picture opened at the Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2003.
Tulku premiered on May 25, 2009, at the DOXA Documentary Film Festival. It was also an official selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival,Tulku at the Vancouver International Film Festival the International Buddhist Film Festival,International Buddhist Film Festival Showcase 2010 the Buddhist Film Festival Europe,Tulku at the Buddhist Film Festival Europe the Atlantic Film Festival,Atlantic Film Festival 2009 and the Calgary International Film Festival.Tulku at the Calgary International Film Festival.Tulku – Awards at the Buddhist Film Foundation The film was televised on August 10, 2010 on the CBC News Network's program, The Passionate Eye.
Devereaux's latest film, End of the Line (2007) was an official selection of the Toronto International Film FestivalEnd of the Line - Toronto Film Festival and won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Dead by Dawn film festival in Scotland (2007) and the Silver Audience Award at Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal (2007). It has also appeared at many other prestigious film festivals (San Sebastien Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in Spain, Boston Underground Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film).
For over a decade, China Film Group's subsidiary, China Film Import & Export Corporation, has been the sole government-authorized importer of films. Another CFG subsidiary, China Film Co-production Corporation, is charged by the SARFT to oversee and manage all Sino-foreign co-productions. China Film Group's film and TV production units include: the former China Film Corporation, Beijing Film Studio, China Youth Film Studio, China Film Co- Production Corporation, China Film Equipment Corporation, Movie Channel Production Center, Beijing Film & Video Laboratory and Huayun Film & TV Compact Disk Co., Ltd. The company has an animation division called China Film Animation.
They also won both the Audience Award and Jury Award for Best Dramatic Short at the Woods Hole Film Festival. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and was an official selection of the Los Angeles International Shorts, Edmonton International Film Festival, Ischia Film Festival, The Raindance Film Festival, Ojai Film Festival, Bend Film Festival, Eugene Film Festival, DC Shorts, Woods Hole Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, and the St. Louis International Film Festival. The film was produced by Toby Wilkins and Jay Chapman. The soundtrack features music by Marwood, The Ebbs, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Q Brothers, Common Rotation and other artists.
The film had its premiere in Argentina on June 19, 2001. The film was shown at various film festivals, including: the Mill Valley Film Festival, United States; the Chicago Latino Film Festival, USA; the Lleida Latin-American Film Festival, Spain; the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival, USA; the Bogota Film Festival, Colombia; and others.
Best Film award at International Film Festival Kerala (IFFK) 2006 & won Best Film award by FIPRESCI, International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) 2006. Nirontor has been submitted for the Academy Award in the best foreign film category from Bangladesh. This film was also screened at the non-competitive Chennai Film festival & Rotterdam International Film Festival.
Keith Shiri is a Zimbabwean film curator. He has been an advisor to several film festivals, including London Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, Dubai International Film Festival, Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou and Tampere Film Festival. He is also a founding juror at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.
The film won The People's Film Festival Best Film Award in 2013.
The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in 2003.
Frauen und Film (Women and Film) is a German feminist film journal.
The film was financed by the Australian Film Commission with Film Victoria.
The film first opened in Argentina on 6 May 2004. It was selected for competition and featured internationally at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival on 16 May. The film was also shown at various film festivals, including: the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Helsinki International Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Hong Kong International Film Festival, and the Reykjavik International Film Festival. In the United States it was presented at the New York Film Festival on 10 October 2004, and the Seattle International Film Festival on 20 May 2005.
It was featured at WOW Middle Eastern Film Festival (Dubai, United Arab Emirates), The Ethnografilm Festival (Paris, France), at Roxbury Film Festival, Austin Revolution Film Festival, Laughlin International Film Festival, Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, Queens World Film Festival, SENE Film, Art and Music Festival and at International Black Film Festival, Charlotte Black Film Festival, 19th San Francisco Black Film Festival and African Diaspora Film Festival. In 2017, Anarella started to film Livingston Taylor: Life Is Good, a documentary about American folk musician Livingston Taylor. The movie was partially crowdfunded at Indiegogo.
The film premiered at the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) on 2017. The film has won Best Documentary at the Victoria Film Festival and London Independent Film Festival.
The movie was screened to Montreal World Film Festival (Canada), Venice Film Festival (Italy), Rouen Nordic Film Festival (France), Cognac Film Festival (France) and Zlín Film Festival (Czech Republic).
Blackton's film The Film Parade was restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive in 2009. The Academy Film Archive preserved Blackton's 1910 film A Modern Cinderella in 2012.
The film won the feature film award at the 2016 Boston Science Fiction Film Festival. It was nominated for best film and director at the 2016 Bogotá Film Festival.
Film Threat strongly recommended the film. Showed twice at the Portland Film Festival. Winner at the Wilmore 9 Film Festival Film selected early showing in the new UHD technology.
In 2012, he appeared in the Kannada film Prasad, which screened at the Berlin Film Festival. He won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actor for his work in the film. The multilingual film Abhimanyu (2014) won the Karnataka State Film Award for Second Best Film.
International awards: Thessaloniki Film Festival (Audience Award for The Best Foreign Film, Best Actor Award), Shaken's Stars, Cottbus Film Festival, Festival Du Film De Paris (Best Actor), Grenzland Filmtage, Teplice Film Festival (Golden Key For Best Cinematography), Palic International Film Festival (Silver Tower For the Best Film).
The film was screened at several film festivals, including the Moscow International Film Festival, the Munich Film Festival, the Warsaw International Film Festival, and the Cleveland International Film Festival, but never received a theatrical release. The film was eventually released on DVD in 2003 by TVA International.
The film has been an official selection at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the Raindance Film Festival, the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival the Durban International Film Festival, the Milan and Salento Film Festivals and the 40th Asian American International Film Festival in New York City.
The film played at 40 international film festivals including the Slamdance Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, BendFilm Festival, Heartland Film Festival, Savannah Film Festival, Indie Memphis, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival, Ashland Independent Film Festival, and the RiverRun International Film Festival. It won 20 awards including 5 best narrative feature awards and 7 audience awards. The film had a limited theatrical release starting April 11, 2014, and was later released on DVD and digital platforms by FilmRise.
Although Movie Magic screened at the Red Dirt International Film Festival in 2015, its official world premiere was at Trail Dance Film Festival in January 2016, where it took home Best Short Comedy. Other notable festival appearances include deadCENTER Film Festival, USA Film Festival, Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival, which features exclusively kid-friendly films, Rockport Film Festival, Twister Alley Film Festival, Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival, FLY Film Festival, Bison Bison Film Festival, and Clean Shorts Film Festival.
The film got a very wide and good reception worldwide. It was screened and nominated at the Kampala Festival, Africa International Film Festival, Silicon Valley African Film Festival, Uganda Film Festival, Afro Film Festival (ANANSE), Slum Film Festival for the Best Short Film and Pearl International Film Festival for the Best screenplay. The film also won two awards at the Pearl International Film Festival for Best Actor (Michael Wawuyo Jr. and Best Actress (Doreen Mirembe).
Film cement is a special glue designed to join motion picture film. It is made of film base dissolved in a solvent. Two cut sections of film are spliced together in a film splicer using film cement.The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, film cementThe National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, film splicers, cement and tape Splices can be made either with a "hot" splicer, or the splicer unplugged and at room temperature.
The film was nominated for Best Canadian Feature Film and won the Most Popular Canadian Film Award at the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival. In January 2015, the film was nominated for Best British Columbia Film at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards. In March 2015 the film won the Best Screenplay Award at the Fargo Film Festival and won the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature at the Omaha Film Festival.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2005 and was shown at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival, the Provincetown International Film Festival, the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, the Montréal World Film Festival, Film Fest New Haven, the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, and the Austin Film Festival before opening in eleven theaters in the United States on November 4, 2005.
The film critically acclaimed and got huge audience response in Bangladesh. The film has been screened in different international film festivals like– Goa International Film Festival, Kolkata International Film Festival (2012), Third Eye Mumbai Film Festival (in Mumbai).
The film premiered in January 2002 during the Sundance Film Festival. Later that year, the film entered the South by Southwest Film Festival, Athens Film Festival, and AFI Film Festival. It went into limited release in January 2003.
The film screened at several film festivals, including the 2010 Fantasia International Film Festival and the 2008 Milan International Film Festival.
It has won awards at multiple film festivals (San Francisco Independent Film Festival, San Diego Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival).
The film also won the grand jury award at the Florida Film Festival, Gasparilla International Film Festival, and Slamdance Film Festival.
The film has won 2 awards at International Student Film Festival in Opava - for best animated film and absolute best film.
The film won the Wolgin Award at the Jerusalem Film Festival and Best Film award at the Haifa International Film Festival.
Son of Rambow is a 2007 British comedy film written and directed by Garth Jennings and inspired by First Blood. The film premiered on 22 January 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival. It was later shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and Glasgow Film Festival. The film was also shown at the 51st BFI London Film Festival.
By Any Means has been officially selected for a number of film festivals around the world, including Ramsgate Film Festival and was official selected for the Bermuda International Film Festival. The film won at the 2016 Wexford Film Festival where it took home the Best Film award and Brooke Burfitt for Best Actress. The film won Best International Feature Film at the Polish International Film Festival 2017.
Tulsi Apa premiered in the 21st Kolkata International Film Festival in 2015.It was also screened at 4th Tehran Jasmine International Film Festival,the first Odia film to be screen there. It has won best feature film in 2nd International Film Festival of Shimla .This film was also screened at Nashik International Film Festival, thr Bengaluru International Film Festival and the 1st Haryana International Film Festival.
Filming began in Winnipeg on July 6, 2010. The film screened at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and the 2011 Whistler Film Festival, where it won the Best Canadian Film Award. In 2012, Keyhole screened at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the Independent Film Festival of Boston, the Wisconsin Film Festival, Fantasporto, and the Berlin International Film Festival. The film was released theatrically in 2012.
The film premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto, ON, Canada. The film won Best Documentary Short at the 2015 Heartland Film Festival, the Ozark Foothills Film Festival, the Ashland Independent Film Festival, the River Run International Film Festival, the DOCUTAH Film Festival, and the Indigo Moon Film Festival. It won Best Director and Best Editing at the DOCUTAH Film Festival as well.
Mendoza won the Best Director award at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival for his film Kinatay.He won the award for Best Director for his film Kinatay at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. His 2009 film Lola won the award for Best Film at the 6th Dubai International Film Festival. His 2012 film Captive was shown in competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012.
Dhh is a 2017 Indian Gujarati children's film directed by Manish Saini. The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Gujarati at the 65th National Film Awards.
At the 1989 German Film Awards, the film won the Film Award in Gold for Outstanding Achievement, which went Zuhal Olcay. The film was also nominated for Outstanding Feature Film.
The film won the award for best screenplay at the Deauville American Film Festival and was nominated for best film at the Sitges Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival.
The film was edited as a class project of The Edit Center. The film was screened at SXSW Film Festival, Full Frame, Newport Beach Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival.
NO-ONE is a 2018 Israeli-Ukrainian film co-directed by Lev Prudkin and Vladimir Prudkin. The film premiered at the 40th Moscow International Film Festival on April 23, 2018. The film received the awards for Best Cinematography and Best Feature Film at the Vienna Independent Film Festival and Best Feature Film at the Winchester Film Festival.
The film won the Best Feature Film at the Philadelphia Film Festival and the Best Documentary Film at the New Jersey Film Festival and Urban Suburban Film Festival.Urban Suburban Film Festival - June 2009, Urban Suburban Film Festival. Accessed October 14, 2009. Heart of Stone had its theatrical premiere at The Roxie in San Francisco on October 30, 2009.
In addition to the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, Live Cargo had its European premiere at the Warsaw International Film Festival, then went on to screen at the American Film Festival in Poland, the São Paulo International Film Festival, the Denver Film Festival, the Key West Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival, the Bahamas International Film Festival, and AFI FEST.
The 34th Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, given by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA), honored the best in film for 2008. Pixar's animated film WALL-E won the Best Film award and became the first-ever animated film to do so; however, the film lost the Best Animated Film award to Waltz with Bashir.
The film was featured in the 2009 Sarajevo Film Festival where it won the Heart of Sarajevo Award for Best Film. Relja Popović won the Best Actor award. The film also won the Cineuropa Prize for Best European film in the Miami International Film Festival in 2010. The film received a special mention in the 2010 Trieste Film Festival.
Sound of Silence is a 2017 Indian film in Hindi, Pahari and Tibetan. The film is directed by Malayalam film director Bijukumar Damodaran, commonly known as Dr. Biju. The film premiered at the 2017 Montreal World Film Festival. The film won an award for Best Director at the 2017 Kolkata International Film Festival in the Indian Film Competition category.
Besides the Berlinale, Night Flight also screened at the 38th Hong Kong International Film Festival, the 7th CinemAsia Film Festival in Amsterdam, the 29th Torino GLBT Film Festival, the 15th Jeonju International Film Festival, the 68th Edinburgh International Film Festival, the 47th Sitges Film Festival, the 34th Hawaii International Film Festival, and the 25th Stockholm International Film Festival.
The film was first presented in Argentina on June 8, 2000. Later the film was screened a few film festivals, including: the Miami Hispanic Film Festival, Miami, Florida; the Latin America Film Festival, Poland; and the Bergen International Film Festival, Norway; the Huelva Latin American Film Festival, Huelva, Spain; and the Lleida Latin-American Film Festival, Lleida, Spain.
L.I.E premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. It went on to show at several other film festivals including the Edinburgh International Film Festival,, the Bergen International Film Festival, the Stockholm International Film Festival, Outfest, the Deauville Film Festival and the Helsinki International Film Festival. The film opened to cinemas in New York on September 7, 2011.
Chasing Shakespeare is a 2013 film directed by Norry Niven, and starring Danny Glover, Ashley Bell, and Graham Greene. The premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival Festival in April 2013, and was opening night film at the Breckenridge Film Festival, The Montreal Black Film Festival, The 38th annual Native American Film Festival in San Francisco on November 1, 2013, The African Diaspora Film Festival NY and The Orlando Film Festival. It has been nominated 36 times in as many festivals, winning 27 awards including Best Feature Film at The FirstGlance Film Festival, Best of Fest at The Big Island Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the AFI Cannes Film Festival, Audience Choice, Best Opening Title Sequence at SXSW, Best Dram/Romance at The WorldFest Houston Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the World Peace Initiative The Hampton's Film Festival and Best Director at Red Nations Film Festival and The Orlando Film Festival. The film was written by James Bird.
She won the Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize for her performance in the film. The African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) awarded Mo'Nique with the Best Supporting Actress Award in December 2009. It also announced that Mo'Nique received the AAFCA's first ever unanimous vote in an acting category. Moreover, she received Best Supporting Actress awards from the Stockholm International Film Festival, the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, the Boston Society of Film Critics, the New York Film Critics Online, the New York Film Critics Circle, the Southeastern Film Critics Association, the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, the Las Vegas Film Critics Society, the Utah Film Critics Association, the Detroit Film Critics Society, the Indiana Film Critics Association, the Online Film Critics Society, the National Society of Film Critics Awards, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and the Critics Choice Awards.
It is not known whether the film currently survives,Progressive Silent Film List: Deceit at silentera.com which suggests that it is a lost film. The 1922 film The Hypocrite was shown within Deceit as a film within a film.
Yearly nearly one hundred film festivals receive MEDIA support. Among them: Brussels Film festival/ Kraków Film Festival/ Zagreb Film festival/ Semaine de la Critique de Cinema, Cannes/ Nordic Filmdays, Lübeck/ DOK.fest, Munich/ Thessaloniki Film Festival/ Gothenburg International Film festival.
Keshu ( ) is a 2009 Indian Malayalam children's film directed by Sivan. The film won by Best Children's Film award at the 57th National Film Awards. It also won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Children's Film of 2009.
Gomber, Kulkarni, and Tamhane at the film's trailer launch, 2015 Both Tamhane and Gomber had been applying to film festivals from March 2014 and were rejected by the Cannes Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival and San Sebastián International Film Festival. Court later had its world premiered at the 71st Venice International Film Festival. The film was screened at several festivals after its premiere including the Auteur Film Festival Serbia, the Washington DC South Asian Film Festival, Kyiv Internatioanl Film Festival "Molodist", Minsk International Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, International Antalya Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Vienna International Film Festival, Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema, FICUNAM International Film Festival and 2morrow Film Festival. Court was acquired by Artscope Films of French producer-distributor-sales agent Memento Films in late August 2014, after producer Alexa Rivero saw the film.
The film was nominated for Outstanding Feature Film at the German Film Awards.
The documentary film is currently touring film festivals and film/comic book conventions.
The film was the closing film at the 20th Busan International Film Festival.
The film won the Sydney Film Prize at the 2010 Sydney Film Festival.
The film competed at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for Best Dramatic Film.
Eskimal complete short film The film was released on Vimeo. It has also been screened at over 100 film festivals around the world, including the Toronto Kids International Film Festival (Canada), Havana International Film Festival (Cuba) and the Festival International du Film D'environnement (Paris), and the Giffoni Film Festival.
'n Beetje Verliefd () is a 2006 Dutch comedy film directed by Martin Koolhoven. The film received a Golden Film award since the film sold 100,000 tickets.radio.nl - Gouden Film voor 'Een beetje verliefd' Persbericht Nederlands Film Festival For Koolhoven, the film meant his third hit movie within two years.
The film won the Golden Eye for Best Film in the International Feature Film Competition category at the 15th Zurich Film Festival.
International Rainbow Film Festival, London. Dhaka International Film Festival. Bodhisattva International Film festival, Patna. IDSFFK International Documentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala.
The film is being screened at such film festivals as the American Artist Film Festival, INDIE World Film Festival & Jura Books Festival.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues and two Kerala State Film Awards for music.
The film was released by ABC. The film was selected at the Toronto International Film Festival in 1983 and London Film Festival.
The film was first presented at the Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain on September 26, 2002, and was released in Argentina on October 24, 2002. It was featured at various film festivals, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam; the Latin America Film Festival, Poland; the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic; the Copenhagen International Film Festival, Denmark; the Bergen International Film Festival, Norway; the Spanish Film Festival, Philippines; Havana Film Festival, Cuba; the Cartagena Film Festival, Colombia; the Festróia - Tróia International Film Festival, Portugal; the Fribourg International Film Festival, Switzerland; the Tromsø International Film Festival, Norway, and the Uruguay International Film Festival, Uruguay. In the United States it was shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January, 2003, then released in New York City on March 4, 2005.
The Palace also won Best Short Film at a number of other film festivals and awards ceremonies including the 2012 Beverly Hills Film Festival (Best Short Film, Best Director), 2011 Sydney Film Festival (Best Short Fiction Film), 2011 Melbourne International Film Festival (Best Australian Short Film), 2012 Flickerfest International Festival of Short Films (Best Australian Short Film), 2011 IF Awards (Rising Talent), 2012 Shorts Film Festival (Best Short Film), 2012 Australian Film Festival (Best Short Film) and the 2011 Adelaide Film Festival (Best Short Film – Audience Award). Anthony also worked as an associate producer on Last Ride (2009), the debut feature of Palme d'Or winning director Glendyn Ivin and starring Hugo Weaving. Maras made his directorial debut with the 2018 Australian-Indian film Hotel Mumbai. Maras's original family surname was Mamatas.
The film received very good critical responses, and is generally hailed as a landmark Nepali film. The film's use of color and off beat story telling was unprecedented in Nepal. The film was Nepal's selection for OSCAR Academy Awards Consideration in Best Foreign Language Film in 2000. It went to be screened in many prestigious international film festivals like San Francisco International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Goteborg International Film Festival, Fribourg International Film Festival, Fukuoka International Film Festival, Mumbai International Film Festival.
The film premiered January 20, 2007 at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival.Dante's Inferno - Slamdance Film Festival 2007 . Slamdance.com. Retrieved 2007-08-26 The film has also been shown at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Silver Lake Film Festival, the Boston Underground Film Festival, and on the Ovation TV cable network. The voice cast includes actors associated with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Beakman's World, Crossballs, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
In April 2006, The Second Annual United Nations Documentary Film Festival honored The Making of a Martyr with the Audience Choice Award for Best Film. Brooke Goldstein and Alistair Leyland were on-site to accept their first award for this film. Official selections include: Brooklyn International Film Festival (2007); Malibu International Film Festival (2007); Shoot-Me Film Festival (2007); Liberty Film Festival (2007); Whistler Film Festival (2006); Anchorage International Film Festival (2006); United Nations Documentary Film Exposition, London, England (2006); Shoot-Me Film Festival The Hague (2007).
In 2017, his horror film Sequence Break, premiered at Fantasia International Film Festival, Chattanooga Film Festival and London FrightFest Film Festival. It also won Best Feature at the Chattanooga Film Festival.
Rhythm Thief also played other overseas film festivals including São Paulo International Film Festival, Rio Cine Festival, Gijón International Film Festival, Ljubljana International Film Festival, Avignon Film Festival and Filmfest München.
His films have been screened at the Cannes Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Rome Film Festival, and the Warsaw International Film Festival, where his film Yuri's Day received the Grand Prix.
Shyam Prasad Reddy is an Indian film producer in the Telugu film industry. He made his debut film, Talambralu, in 1987. His father M.S.Reddy was a film writer and film producer.
Her fourth film, The Second Mother, entered the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and Panorama at Berlinale film festival, where the film received the Audience Award. Mulaert's 2016 film Don't Call Me Son premiered at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.
Chinnappadass () is a 1989 Tamil film directed by C. V. Rajendran, his final film as director. The film casts Sathyaraj and Radha in lead roles. The film released to moderate reviews. The film was a remake of Hindi film Insaaf.
The Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Foreign Language Film (Best Film Not in the English Language) is an annual film award given by the Online Film Critics Society to honor the best foreign language film of the year.
Bintou won several festival awards in 2001 and 2002 including at the Cannes Film Festival, Amiens International Film Festival, Bermuda International Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Marrakech International Film Festival and the Ouagadougou Panafrican Film and Television Festival.
The film opened wide in Argentina on June 9, 2005. The film was shown at various film festivals, including: the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Indianapolis International Film Festival, United States; the El Grito Sagrado Film Festival, Argentina and others.
The film was screened at several film festivals, including Telluride, Toronto, Mill Valley, AFI, Haifa Film Festival, Valladolid Film Festival, the Palm Springs International Film Festival and the London Jewish Film Festival. It was released in Germany on January 22, 2009.
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The film premiered at numerous film festivals, including the Toronto International Film Festival, San Sebastian International Film Festival, the Women in Film Festival and the Stockholm International Film Festival."Radha Bharadwaj Bio." Radha Bharadwaj Official Website. Retrieved 13 November 2014.
V. Nagendra Prasad, as the secretary of Karnataka Film Directors Assoction Film Institution conducts training courses in Film Direction. He also works as a guest faculty in other institutions viz, Vijaya Film Institute, Srushti Film institute, and Adarsha Film Institution.
5 to 7 premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 19, 2014, and went on to be screened at the Traverse City Film Festival, Savannah Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Cinequest Film Festival, Hamptons International Film Festival, Carmel International Film Festival, Virginia Film Festival Boulder International Film Festival, and Bermuda International Film Festival. It won the Audience Award for Best American Film at the Traverse City Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Narrative Feature at the Bermuda International Film Festival. IFC Films acquired the United States distribution rights to the film in June 2014. It was released theatrically on April 3, 2015 in New York and Los Angeles, grossing $18,006 from two locations on its opening weekend.
Some films (directed or written by Milosavljević) have been screened at numerous other festivals such as Busan International Film Festival 2000, Cleveland International Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, Flanders International Film Festival 2001, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Küstendorf Film and Music Festival, GoEast, San Sebastián International Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival.Biography, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, retrieved on 2018-05-11.FIPRESCI, official website, retrieved 2018-05-11.
Susan May Pratt won the award for best actress at the Milan Film Festival, and Teodoro Maniaci received the Hamptons International Film Festival cinematography award for the film. The film was the opening attraction at the 2002 Boston Film Festival. It was also shown at the Austin Film Festival to critical acclaim, and was screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film Festival, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, and the San Diego Film Festival.
The film premiered at the 2007 South by Southwest Film Festival, won top prizes at The Berkshire International Film Festival, The Brooklyn International Film Festival, The Washington Jewish Film Festival, The Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival, and The Skip City International D-Cinema Film Festival in Japan. The film is distributed in North America by New York-based Film Movement. Internationally, the film is sold by Visit Films, and has been distributed in more than 40 countries.
The film covers themes around alienation experienced by workers, particularly female employees, in a modern, capitalist society and the feelings of invisibility that result. The film was screened at three film festivals: Cannes Film Festival, the Stockholm Film Festival, and the Thessaloniki Film Festival. It was shown in the category of "Divers Section Parallele (First Film)" at the Cannes Film Festival. The judges at the Thessaloniki Film Festival gave her a Special Mention in the category of feature film.
His short films screened in major international film festivals like Tehran International film festival, Mumbai International film festival, Jordan International film festival, International film festival of Kerala. 35th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival 2013,France. In 2013, his first independent feature film "Attihannu mattu Kanaja" (Fig Fruit and The Wasps) was selected by NFDC for Film Bazaar's Work- In-Progress Lab in 2013. Fig Fruit and The Wasps his directorial debut, has excelled and been honoured at several prestigious international film festivals since its completion, including the 5th Beijing International Film Festival, 16th Mumbai Film Festival (MAMI), 7th Bengaluru International Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival 2015 and 14th Dhaka International Film Festival 2016.
In 1999 Miles Thomas wrote and directed her debut feature film, One Life Stand. Shot on miniDV in black and white on a small budget, the film is an exemplar for micro-budget production and was the first British digital feature film. Miles Thomas is credited as screenwriter, director of photography, director and editor. The film was favourably reviewed, won five Scottish BAFTAs and was selected for numerous film festivals including Rotterdam International Film Festival, New York Silicon Alley, Dublin International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, HOF International Film Festival, Hamptons International Film Festival, Galway Film Fleadh, Bergen International Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival and Festival International de Film de Femmes.
The other film festivals that the film premiered in were Festival of Rio, Dinard Festival of British Cinema, Rome Film Fest, Austin Film Festival, Festival Internacional de Cinema de Brasília, Gijón International Film Festival, 18th International Film Festival Emden-Norderney, Jerusalem Film Festival, Galway Film Festival, Seaward 15th Chichester Film Festival, and Film by the Sea Film Festival. The film debut on 8 September 2006 in the United States in cities Los Angeles and New York. It later moved on to other big cities in the United States throughout the rest of the year. The film also premiered in Italy and Thailand in December 2006.
The film has received almost universal critical acclaim and has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 95%. The film received the Grand Jury's Knight Documentary Competition at the 2012 Miami International Film Festival, and was nominated for the Grand Jury's World Cinema - Documentary prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. It won the Filmmakers Award at the 2012 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. The film has been in official selection for several international film festivals, including South by Southwest, Edinburgh International Film Festival, True/False Film Festival, New Zealand International Film Festivals, Sydney Film Festival, Revelation Perth International Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, and San Sebastián International Film Festival.
Ana was present at film festivals like the Venice Film Festival, the Berlin Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, Hong Kong International Film Festival or the São Paulo International Film Festival. The film was in exhibition in Paris for three months. In 2011, Ana was screened at the Jeonju International Film Festival, marking the beginning of the international rediscover of the work of António Reis and Margarida Cordeiro. In 2012, the film was screened in the United States at the Harvard Film Archive, the Anthology Film Archives, at the UCLA Film and Television Archives and at the Pacific Film Archive as part of The School of Reis program.
Seeds of Time is a 2013 feature length documentary film directed and produced by Sandy McLeod. The film had its North American premiere in South by Southwest Film Festival’s Documentary Spotlight, and its international premiere at CPH:DOX film festival in Copenhagen. Seeds of Time was also screened at Berlin International Film Festival, Margaret Mead Film Festival, Mountainfilm in Telluride,, Seattle International Film Festival Full Frame Documentary Festival, and the Food Film Festival in Amsterdam. The film won the Audience Award at the San Francisco Green Film Festival, Best Film at the Portland Eco Film Festival, and Best Cinematography at the Costa Rica International Film Festival.
In 2014, he received the Mercedes Benz Audience Award, for Best Narrative at the Palm Springs International Film Festival for Lakshmi. In 2015 he directed the road movie, Dhanak, which won the Crystal Bear Grand Prix for Best Children's Film, and Special Mention for the Best Feature Film by The Children's Jury for Generation Kplus at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film has also garnered the Best Film Award in the main category-Children's Feature Film Competition-Cinema in Sneakers (film festival), and the Best Film Award - at the Montreal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM). The film has garnered the National Film Award for Best Children's Film for 2016.
Retrieved 26-3-15. The film screened at the 46th Annual Nashville Film Festival and the 48th Annual Humboldt Film Festival in April, 2015.Nashville Film Festival, All Short Films; by Nashville Film Festival 17-3-15. Retrieved 26-3-15. Fixed has been accepted into over ninety film festivals, including the Albuquerque Film & Music Experience (New Mexico), the Cayman Islands International Film Festival, the Courts des îles International Festival (Tahiti), Davis Feminist Film Festival (California), The European Independent Film Festival (Paris), the Fargo Film Festival (North Dakota),Fargo Film Festival, FFF 2015 Narrative Short Films Announced ; by Fargo Film Festival Administration 15-12-14. Retrieved 26-3-15.
Pannaiyarum Padminiyum was released on 7 February 2014. The film was screened in many International Film Festivals such as Jargar Film Festival, Prague International Film Festival, Habitat Film Festival, 12th Chennai International Film Festival (CIFF), 7th Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) in which it won the special jury award. It was the only Tamil film selected to be screened at the 19th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK).
The film was released with Kamal Haasan starrer Nammavar. Upon release, the film received a negative review from the New Sunday Times. The film went on to win two National Film Awards; the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Unnikrishnan and the National Film Award for Best Lyrics for Vairamuthu. Furthermore, the film won third prize in the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film winners list.
The FIPRESCI often gives out awards during film festivals (such as the Vienna International Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Cannes Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival, the Warsaw Film Festival, and the International Film Festival of Kerala) to recognize examples of enterprising filmmaking. Winners of the award include: Robert Bresson refused this award at the 1974 Cannes Film Festival. See also Toronto International Film Festival FIPRESCI Prizes.
The film premiered at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2015. After Karlovy Vary, it won 6 awards (Pula Film Festival - 4 awards; Montenegro Film Festival - award for the Best Director; Zadar Film Festival - Grand Prix). Juka was invited to other film festivals, such as International Film Festival of India – Goa (November 2015); FEST – Belgrade International Film Festival (February 2016); and, Munich International Film Festival (June 2016).
Cast and director at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. The Immigrant screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, the 2013 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, the 2013 New York Film Festival, the 2013 Chicago International Film Festival, the 2014 Miami International Film Festival, the 2014 Newport Beach International Film Festival and the 2014 Sedona Film Festival. The film was released in the United States on May 16, 2014.
The film won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Production (Eberhard Junkersdorf), the German Film Award for Shaping of a Feature Film, and the Guild of German Art House Cinemas Award for Best German Film. It was also nominated for three European Film Awards for Best Film (Eberhard Junkersdorf), Best Actress (Julie Delpy), and Best Supporting Actress (Barbara Sukowa), as well as a German Film Award for Outstanding Feature Film.
The film had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2019. It has also been screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Deauville American Film Festival, the San Sebastián International Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the BFI London Film Festival. and the Mumbai Film Festival. Netflix acquired the distribution rights to the film in January 2020 and distributed it worldwide on June 19, 2020.
The film premiered in February, 2005 at the HBO Aspen Comedy film festival. The Almost Guys screened at several film festivals, including HBO, Cinequest Film Festival, Sonoma Valley Film Festival, Boston Film Festival, Jacksonville Film Festival and Palm Beach International Film Festival. A limited US theatrical release followed in April, 2006. The Almost Guys was chosen for an IFP New Film Works screening at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.
The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on 14 May 2009. Curzon Artificial Eye and IFC Films acquired United Kingdom and United States distribution rights to the film respectively. The film went onto screen at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, and the Toronto International Film Festival. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 11 September 2009.
The film won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film and the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In 2016, it was voted the 36th best film of the 21st century as picked by 177 film critics from around the world.
Cheluvi () is a 1992 Kannada film directed by Girish Karnad. The film stars Girish Karnad and Sonali Kulkarni in her film debut. This film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation. This film is based on the tale of A Flowering Tree: A Woman's Tale.
The Landscape (duration 2.3 minutes) is an animation film directed by him for Film Division, won the National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Animation Film at the 48th National Film Awards.
The film was released in select cinemas in Scotland in February 2006. The film was also screened at film festivals worldwide, including the Cannes Film Festival and the London FrightFest Film Festival.
The film was entered in the Slamdance Film Festival, Valenciennes Film Festival, and Agen American Indie Film Festival. Marc Levin was nominated for the Grand Special Prize at the Deauville Film Festival.
As of late 2014, the video had won five film award for best music video, including film festivals such as the Yosemite Film Festival, Alaska Film Festival, and Studio City Film Festival.
Buster Keaton Inspires a Spooky German Film. The New York Times. 4 November 1990 The film was nominated for German Film Award for Best Feature Film by the German Film Awards.Holloway, Ron.
The film was also the official selection at the Dubai International Film Festival, London Indian Film Festival and Mumbai International Film Festival (MAMI).
The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22, 2011. The film was released on November 4, 2011, by Tribeca Film.
Sway won the Best Film award at the 2007 Yokohama Film Festival. and the Best Film award at the 2006 Mainichi Film Award.
The film was screened in Vienna, Torino, Toronto, Pusan, La Rochelle, Midnight Sun Film Festival Lapland, and the American Film Institute's Film Festival.
The film was also screened and well received at the 2008 Genart Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, and Oxford International Film Festival.
The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil – Certificate of Merit for the Second Best Feature Film in 1962.
The film received a certificate from the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil (Best regional language film) for the year.
The film was awarded the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival It also won the Short Film Queer Palm.
The film won the 1993 BAFTA Award for Outstanding British Film. The film marked the last film appearance of English actor Michael Denison.
The film also won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi.
The film was awarded Best short film of 2002 by the European Film Academy.
At the Oslo Film Festival in 2009, the film also won Best Film Prize.
The film won the Best Oklahoma Film award at the 2013 DeadCENTER Film Festival.
The film received National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali in 2010.
The film was produced through the China Film Group and the Beijing Film Studio.
The film was screened at the Thessaloniki Film Festival (See: 1965 Thessaloniki Film Festival).
The film was in the Film Basar Recommends in the Film Basar in Goa.
The film screened at the Sydney Film Festival and the Melbourne International Film Festival.
The film premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival.
The winning film was "Brutal Relax", a Spanish film by film maker David Muñoz.
The film was funded by the 1991 Australian Film Finance Corporation's Film Fund Scheme.
The film won the 60th National Film Awards for Best Feature Film in Bengali.
Fukunaga made his feature film debut with Sin Nombre, which he wrote and directed. It received positive reviews. The film received a number of awards, including the Directing award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and a "New Director's Award" for Fukunaga at the 2009 Edinburgh International Film Festival. In 2009, the film won "Best Foreign Language Film" awards from the Austin Film Critics Association, the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards, the Florida Film Critics Circle Awards, the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards (2nd place for Best Foreign Language Film), and the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards.
A hit in Thailand as well as the international film festival circuit, the film has been nominated twelve times and won ten awards, including the Thailand National Film Association Awards, Toronto International Film Festival and the reader award of German LGBT magazine Siegessäule at the Berlin International Film Festival. It also played at the Pusan International Film Festival, the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival, the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and the Swedish International Comedy Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 23, 2015, with distribution rights bought by The Orchard. The film screened at SXSW, on March 14, 2015, the Tribeca Film Festival, on April 21, 2015, as well as at the Florida Film Festival, The Independent Boston Film Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival, the deadCENTER Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and the Nantucket Film Festival. The film opened in a limited release in the United States on June 19, 2015, and opened in the United Kingdom on June 26, 2015.
The film was first presented at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2006. It was first screened in Argentina on March 16, 2006 at the Mar del Plata Film Festival. It opened wide in Argentina on March 23, 2006. The film was shown at various film festivals, including: the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France; the Moscow Film Festival, Russia; the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic; the Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland; the Helsinki International Film Festival, Finland; Films From The South Festival, Norway; the Chicago International Film Festival, USA; the Warsaw Film Festival, Poland; and others.
Our Disappeared / Nuestros Desaparecidos has appeared at numerous film festivals, museums and cultural centers, including: CINE Golden Eagle Competition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, New York Jewish Film Festival, Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Worcester Latino Film Festival, Cartagena International Film Festival, Colombia, Athens International Film + Video Festival, Chicago Latino Film Festival, Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, Syracuse International Film Festival, Berkshire International Film Festival, Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles It aired on the television series Independent Lens in September 2009.
The film has also been selected in the Panchajanyam International Film festival, the International Film Festival of Trichur, the Independent Film Festival of Chennai, the Yashwant International Film festival, the Orange City International Film Festival, and the Independent Film Festival of Melbourne. Oru Rathri Oru Pakal and Dr. Biju's Veyilmarangal are the two Malayalam films nominated for the prestigious Pune International Film Festival.
The film was showcased at the 1988 International Film Festival of India, Asia-Pacific Film Festival and Ann Arbor Film Festival and won several accolades including Nandi Award for Best Feature Film and Filmfare Award for Best Film – Telugu. The film also won him his first Nandi Award for Best Actor. In the following year, he starred in musical romance film Prema (1989).
Hollywood film producer Gary Goetzman assisted the film as a late entry in the 2012 Philly Film Festival. In addition, the film was an official selection of the Phoenix Film Festival, The New Hope Film Festival, and the Greater Reading Film Festival. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum hosted a special internal screening of the film for employees and Museum survivor volunteers.
Allen and the cast at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. In February 2016, Amazon Studios acquired distribution rights to the film. In March 2016, the film was selected to open the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The film also opened the Seattle International Film Festival, on May 19, 2016, and served as the closing night film of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.
The film was the opening film at Elles Tournet in Brussels, a prestigious women's film festival. In addition, the film was selected at The Montreal World Film Festival. Kajarya also won the "Best Foreign Film Award" at The Silk Road Film Festival in Xian, China. The festival had 140 films and Kajarya was the only Indian film to win an award.
The film has been shown in 25 film festivals globally and won numerous awards, including best documentary in the Memphis International Film Festival, best environmental film at the Sedona international Film Festival, best environmental feature at the Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, best documentary at the Carmel International Film Festival, and best of the fest at the First Glance Film Festival.
Good Night, Good Morning was screened at the Mumbai Film Festival (MAMI) 2010, South Asian International Film Festival 2010, Goa Film Alliance-IFFI 2010, Chennai International Film Festival 2010, Habitat Film Festival 2011 and Transilvania International Film Festival 2011 (Cluj, Romania) and Noordelijk Film Festival 2011 (Netherlands). The film was selected for exclusive release through PVR's new banner called Director's Rare.
The film was released in Spain by The Walt Disney Company, and debuted at the San Sebastián Film Festival on 29 September 2000. It was featured at the Commonwealth Film Festival, Great Britain; the New York Jewish Film Festival; the San Diego Jewish Film Festival; the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival; the Washington Jewish Film Festival; and other film festivals.
The Lola Kenya Screen festival comprises several film exhibition sections. The main film prizes are the Golden Mboni Award for the best children's film and the 14-Plus Award for the best youth film. Other prizes include the Most Creative Project, Children's Rights, Best Animation, Best Documentary, Best Fiction, Best Experimental Film, Best Student Film, Best Kenyan Film, and Best Eastern Africa Film.
At the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, the film won the Audience Award and Joe Pantoliano won the Best Dramatic Performance Award. At the Sedona International Film Festival, the film won the Best Feature Film Award and Joe Pantoliano won the Outstanding Acting Award. The film also won Audience Awards at the Nantucket Film Festival and the Sarasota Film Festival.
The film was first featured at the Fantasporto International Film Festival. It opened in Argentina on March, 2008. The film was also shown at various film festivals, including: the Toronto International Film Festival; the New York Film Festival and the Havana Film Festival, Cuba. In the United States, it was presented at the New York Film Festival on October 2, 2008.
He introduced his son Udara to the Sri Lankan cinema through the film. The film also won the best film award at the first edition of the Identita Film Festival, Italy. In 2013, the film won the Best Film Award at Fiji Film Festival. After screening Ira Handa Yata in 2010, he tried to make a film called Sath Ima in 2013.
Littlerock is a 2010 film directed by Mike Ott. It debuted at the 2010 San Francisco International Film Festival, and played at over 40 film festivals including AFI Fest, Viennale, Cairo International Film Festival, Warsaw International Film Festival, Reykjavik International Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, and Hong Kong International Film Festival before its U.S. theatrical release on August 12, 2011.
Cole has made several appearances in film since 1994. In 2007, she directed the short film The Bread Winner.IMDb In 2010, her film The Black Tulip was selected as Afghanistan's official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards. The film won "best picture" awards in Boston Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival, and Salento Film Festival.
Thou Wast Mild and Lovely premiered in the U.S. at the Sarasota Film Festival, and internationally at the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival in the Forum section. It has also played at the AFI Fest, the BFI London Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival, the Hong Kong International Film Festival, the Gothenburg Film Festival, the Athens International Film Festival, the Denver Film Festival, the Dallas VideoFest, the Flyway Film Festival, the Sidewalk Film Festival, the Fantasia International Film Festival, the Galway Film Fleadh, the BAMcinemFest and the Imagine Film Festival in the Netherlands. The film was nominated for the FIPRESCI prize at the Hong Kong International Film Festival, and has won awards on the festival circuit, including the Dallas VideoFest Winner 2014: Best Narrative Feature, Sarasota Film Festival 2014 Winner: Independent Visions Grand Prize & Tangerine Entertainment's Juice Award, Flyway Film Festival 2014: Breakout Filmmaker, Indie Memphis Film Festival 2014: Craig Brewer Emerging Filmmaker Award. It was acquired by Cinelicious Pics in fall of 2014.
In the U.S., Telluride Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, Austin's South by Southwest, New York City's Tribeca Film Festival, London's London Eco-Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festival are all considered significant festivals for independent film. The Zero Film Festival is significant as the first and only festival exclusive to self-financed filmmakers. The biggest independent film festival in the UK is Raindance Film Festival. The British Urban Film Festival (which specifically caters for Black and minority interests) was officially recognized in the 2020 New Year Honours list.
Sandler's senior thesis, All It Will Ever Be premiered at the Bermuda International Film Festival in 2012. Sandler’s second short film Tracks screened at various festival around the world, including AFI FEST, Marfa Film Fest, Cambridge Film Festival, and the Miami International Film Festival. The film won the Lexus Audience Award for Best Short film at the Miami International Film Festival and best actor for Keith Stanfield at the 24 FPS International Film Festival. Sandler’s debut feature film Live Cargo was filmed in the Bahamas, and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2016.
The film had its world premiere on in competition at the 28th Istanbul International Film Festival where it was awarded the Golden Tulip Award for Best National Film. The film went on to win the Golden Boll Award for Best National Film at the 16th Altın Koza International Film Festival. The film had its international premiere at the Locarno Film Festival, and went on to do a tour of the international film festival circuit, picking up additional awards at the London Turkish Film Festival and the 21st Ankara International Film Festival.
The film screened at numerous film festivals including The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (as Centerpiece Film), Hawaii International Film Festival (as American Immigrant Filmmaker in Profile), Friars Club Comedy Film Festival, and the San Diego Asian Film Festival (as Opening Night Film), amongst others. Pan also received the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival's HBO EMERGING FILMMAKER AWARD. The film had a limited U.S. theatrical release in 2012, garnering positive reviews from Variety, San Francisco Examiner, The Honolulu Pulse, etc.
The picture was first presented at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 10, 2004. It opened wide in Argentina on April 21, 2005. The film screened at various film festivals, including: the San Francisco International Film Festival, in April, 2005 The San Francisco Chronicle. John McMurtrie, Costa-Gavras comedy to open S.F. film festival, the Biarritz La Cita Film Festival, France; the Flanders International Film Festival; Belgium; the Wisconsin Film Festival, United States; the Seattle International Film Festival; the World Film Festival of Bangkok; the Havana Film Festival; and others.
Betts gained renown following the debut of her 2010 documentary, The Carrier, at the Tribeca Film Festival. This film was largely inspired by her experience fighting to eradicate AIDS in South Africa. The documentary was also selected for festivals such as Big Sky Documentary Film Festival (2012), Documentary Edge Film Festival (2012), One World International Film Festival (2012), Sedona Film Festival (2012), Women's Film Festival (2012), Minneapolis St. Paul Film Festival (2012), Lone Star Film Festival (2011), Zurich Film Festival (2011), The 15th Annual Docu Weeks, and Watch Docs Human Rights Film Festival (2011).
Busan International Film Festival, Korea 2018, International Film Festival of Rotterdam,2019, Goteborg Film Festival,2019, Asia Pacific Screen Awards Brisbane, Australia, 2019 (Competition), IFF of Asian Cinema Vesoul, 2019, Seattle International Film Festival USA, 2019, Fajr International Film Festival IRAN 2019 (Int. Competition), Jerusalem International Film Festival Israel, 2019 (Int. Competition – Political Films), Taipe International Film Festival, Taiwan 2019, Hamburg Film Festival Germany, 2019 (International Competition), The International Film Festival of Mannheim-Heidelberg, Germany (International Competition)2019, Kolkata International Film Festival 2018, Kerala International. Film Festival 2018 (International Competition).
The film was shown at the Stockholm International Film Festival in November 2010. Its North American film premiere took place at the Fantasia International Film Festival on 19 July 2011. The film was an official selection at the 2011 International Film Festival Rotterdam.
13th London Film Critics Circle Awards 1993 \---- Film of the Year: Unforgiven \---- British Film of the Year: Howards End The 13th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1992, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1993.
In addition to its premiere at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival, Jan Dara has also screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, London Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.
It has received a number of awards at film festivals around the world, such as the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival.Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival It won "Best Animated Film" at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival and the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 2004.
On 2013 Kedar shot her experimental feature film "Endtime" on one night. The film premiered at the Sitges Film Festival. Kedar's recent feature film "Family" premiered at the Jerusalem Film Festival on July 2017. The film was nominated for three Israeli Academy Awards.
In the Fog () is a 2012 drama film directed by Sergei Loznitsa. The film competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The film won the Golden Apricot at the 2012 Yerevan International Film Festival, Armenia, for Best Feature Film.
It also won "Best Music Documentary" from the Oregon Independent Film Festival, and was an official selection of The Hollywood Film Festival, the Carmel International Film Festival, Indie Memphis Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival, and Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
It was also screened at several other international film festivals including Cairo International Film Festival, 1994 and Dhaka International Film Festival, 1994 as closing film. The film was not theatrically released in India.
The film was remade as a talking musical film in 1930. Prints of the film exist in the UCLA Film and Television Archive and at the Cinemateca Portuguesa (Portuguese Film Archive), in Lisbon.
The final winning film will be announced in early June and that film along with the entire Film Crew, Staff Interns, and Screenwriter will have their film shown at a major film festival.
The film screened at the 2008 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, was a 2008 Moondance International Film Festival Finalist and was named the Audience Award Feature Film at the 2008 Chashama Film Festival.
FilmThreat Review In 2014, the film appeared in a number of film festivals including the Loch Ness Film FestivalLoch Ness Film Festival Official Selection in Inverness and the Portobello Film Festival in London.
Along with directing the film, Antara Mali also wrote script for it. The film is loosely inspired by 2002 Americal film The Hot Chick. The film is similar to the 1991 film Switch.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Short Experimental Film and the Guru Dutt Memorial Award for Best Student Film. It also won recognition at the Montreal and Leipzig film festivals.
McKay received many accolades for his portrayal of Orson Welles, including Best Supporting Actor awards from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle and the Utah Film Critics Association. He received a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and Best Supporting Actor nominations from the Boston Society of Film Critics (second place), Broadcast Film Critics Association, Chicago Film Critics Association, Dallas- Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Denver Film Critics Society, Detroit Film Critics Society, Houston Film Critics Society, International Cinephile Society, National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle (second place), Online Film & Television Association, Toronto Film Critics Association, and in the Chlotrudis Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and the Village Voice Film Poll (second place). McKay was nominated in the Best Actor category in the Evening Standard British Film Awards, London Critics Circle Film Awards and 2009 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards.
Swimmer is a 2012 Scottish short film directed by Lynne Ramsay. The film won Best Short Film at the 66th British Academy Film Awards.
Carter's film received support from the Winnipeg Film Group, Manitoba Film and Music, and a film/video tax credit from the Government of Canada.
President Pratibha Patil Film trailer Vimukthi was awarded the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada at the 56th National Film Awards.
CBC Arts, 29 August 2018. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Assamese at India's 66th National Film Awards.
Liberty Belle is a 1983 French drama film and is also Juliette Binoche's film debut. The film premiered at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.
Adam Film World (AFW) and Adam Film World Guide (AFWG) were American magazines about pornographic film, starting in 1966 as The Adam Film Quarterly.
Shilpi () is a 1994 Bengali film. The film was directed by Nabyendu Chatterjee. The film was produced by National Film Development Corporation of India.
Ekotop Film Festival, JIFF India, Wirral International Film Festival"Wirral Film Festival" , "[Liverpool-Live]", Retrieved on 2 October 2014. and the Edinburgh Film Festival.
His short film Twins (2007) won the Best Film in A Short Film About Love at the 2007 Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival.
Special screenings were held in Russia, where people were keen to watch the film after its Oscar nomination. Apart from these screenings, it was shown at the Sundance Film Festival, Cairo International Film Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, Helsinki Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is available on Netflix.
In 2014, his film Zahir was screened at 19th Busan International Film Festival. His film Ain won the best feature film in Malayalam at 62nd National Film Awards. Ain also won the prestigious PADMARAJAN PURASKARAM for Best film and Best script. Ain bagged the KERALA STATE FILM AWARD for Best Story in 2014.
Reckless () is a 2014 Dutch film directed by Joram Lürsen. The film is a Dutch-language remake of the 2009 film The Disappearance of Alice Creed. The film was the opening film of the Netherlands Film Festival in 2014. In 2015 Tygo Gernandt won the Rembrandt Award for his role in the film.
It won the Selznick Golden Laurel for Best Film at the Berlin International Film Festival It also received the FIPRESCI Award and Wington Award at the British Film Institute Awards at London Film Festival The film was nominated for the Best Film and Best Foreign Actress at the 1959 British Academy Film Awards.
Media Asia's films have won 183 awards and have been nominated more than 250 times at international film awards and at film festivals such as the Berlin International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, the Venice Biennale, the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and the Hong Kong Film Awards.
The film received a number of awards at international film festivals. At the 2010 Paris International LGBT Film Festival it won the best film award and Hoyle and Ryder shared the best actor award.Gordon 2011. It also won best film at the 2011 Berlin Porn Film Festival,Berlin Porn Film Festival 2011.
The film has won an award at a student film festival Fresh Film Fest Karlovy Vary for the Best animated film in 2005. The Film also gained a Honorable mention. The Torchbearer also won Kristián Award for the best animated film at Febiofest 2006. The Film was shown at Anifilm Festival in 2012.
Stri () is a 1995 Telugu-language drama film. The film was written by Palagummi Padmaraju with screenplay and direction by K. S. Sethumadhavan. The film has garnered two National Film Awards. The film was also showcased in the Indian Panorama section, International Film Festival of India and 2nd Prague International Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere at the 46th International Critics' Week of the Cannes Film Festival in 2007, screened at numerous international film festivals including Toronto International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, London Film Festival among many others. It was released in Bulgarian cinemas in 2008.
It was featured at the various international film festivals, including the 2007 London Film Festival and Dubai International Film Festival, and was the official selection at 2007 Toronto International Film Festival and 2008 San Francisco International Film Festival, and Palm Springs International Film Festival.Frozen 2007 efilmcritic.com.Frozen, 110 mnts. Palm Springs International Film Festival.
At the 2018 Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival, 73 Cows was awarded Best Overall Film and Best Lifestyle Film. It was also nominated for Best Local Film at the 2018 Birmingham Film Festival. It won the BAFTA Award for Best British Short Film at the 72nd British Academy Film Awards in February 2019.
He is also a regular speaker and moderator each year at U.S. and international film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW, Guadalajara Film Festival, Traverse City Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, IFP Independent Film Week, San Francisco International Film Festival and the São Paulo International Film Festival. He has twice been a keynote speaker at the Art House Convergence annual conference, a conference of mission-driven art house theaters held every January in Midway Utah.
Catsoulis, Jeannette (4 July 2008). "Movie Review: Very Young Girls – Children Without Childhoods", The New York Times. The film was an official selection in the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, the 2008 Edinburgh Film Festival, the 2008 Independent Film Festival of Boston, the 2008 True/False Film Festival, the 2008 Miami International Film Festival, the 2008 Jerusalem Film Festival, the 2008 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, and the 2008 Indie Spirit Film Festival. The film has been broadcast and distributed by Showtime Networks.
His second film, Little Terrorist (2005),Little Terrorist was substantially more successful, winning an Oscar nomination, a nomination for the European Film Awards as well top prizes at the Tehran International Short Film Festival, Flanders International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Manhattan International Short Film Festival and the São Paulo International Short Film Festival. The film has been invited to over 120 film festivals around the world. This film was shot in the tight budget in the deserts of Rajasthan.
Along with her acting career Aishani made her debut as a director with the short film 'Kaaji'. Her directorial debut was officially screened at several international film festivals 2018, including Best of India Short Film Festival, Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival, Bangalore International Shorts Film Festival, Bangalore Shorts Film Festival, Pink City International Film Festival, Mumbai Shorts Film Festival etc. Kaaji won several awards including Best Film award at SIIMA and Best Debutant Director award Pink City International Film Festival.
Hollywood Hong Kong was nominated nineteen times and won six awards from international film festivals. These include: the Cinemanila International Film Festival, the Taiwan Golden Horse Film Awards, the 22nd Hong Kong Film Awards, the Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards, the Singapore International Film Festival, and the Venice Film Festival. The film won Best Director award at the Cinemanila Film Festival. It won Best Costume Design and Make-up, Best Director, and Best Sound Effects at the Golden Horse Film Festival.
The film opened in Argentina on August 19, 2004. In Brazil it opened October 4, 2004, at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. The film has been screened at various film festivals, including: the Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival, Palm Beach, Florida; the Washington Jewish Film Festival, Washington, D.C.; the Haifa International Film Festival, Haifa, Israel; the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, San Francisco; the Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, Hong Kong; the Boston Jewish Film Festival, Boston; and others.
Kisses was nominated for and won multiple awards from various film organizations and festivals. It took the Festival Prize for Best Feature Film at the Foyle Film Festival in 2008; won Best Irish Feature Film at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2008; the IFTA Award at the Irish Film and Television Awards for Best Director for Film and for Best Editing in 2009 and was also nominated there in categories for Best Actress in a Lead Role in a Film, Best Costume Design, Best Film, Best Hair & Make-Up and for Best Script for Film; and director Lance Daly received the Audience Award for the film at the Miami International Film Festival. Kisses was also an official selection at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Telluride Film Festival, the Locarno Film Festival and at the London Film Festival.
Gumm film got Official Selection at 8 international film festivals including AAB International Film Festival (India), CKF International Film Festival (UK), Creation International Film Festival (Canada), Festigious International Film Festival (Los Angeles, USA), London City International Film Festival (UK), Lake View International Film Festival (India), Eurasia International Film Festival (Moscow, Russia) and Madrid International Film Festival (Spain). GUMM received more than 15 nominations and won seven awards among these international film festivals. It won Best Screenplay (Ammar Lasani & Kanza Zia) and Best Actor (Sami Khan) in a feature film at Madrid International Film Festival, Best Screenwriter (Ammar Lasani & Kanza Zia) and Best Editor (Kanza Zia & Ammar Lasani) in Lake View International Film Festival, Best Screenplay (Ammar Lasani & Kanza Zia) and Best Director (Kanza Zia & Ammar Lasani) in London City International Film Festival, and Best Actor (Sami Khan) at Creation International Film Festival.
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Film Archive: Dust. Retrieved 8 July 2016.Krakow Film Festival.
His film, Son of Mary was chosen as the best film in Cairo Film Festival.
Nina Kusturica is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian-born, Austrian film director, film editor and film producer.
The Film won First Prize in the short film category of the Milan Film Festival.
Chakraborty's film, Ganrakal (2004) won the Bengal Film Journalists' Association – Best Clean & Entertainment Film Award.
Japanese film director Kiyoshi Kurosawa listed the film as the best film of 2000–2009.
The film won the feature film award at the 1989 Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
The film released on 7 July 2017.] The film was Hrithik Roshan's debut Marathi film.
This film won National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues in 1998.
Film roles included the cult film Stone in 1974 and the feature film Restraint (2008).
The film also won the Best Film award at the 3rd Hellenic Film Academy Awards.
The film was initially not scheduled to be completed for another three months, but Reitman rushed production in order to maintain a streak of debuting his films at TIFF. During October and November 2009, Up in the Air screened at festivals including the Aspen Filmfest, the Woodstock Film Festival, the Hamptons International Film Festival, the Mill Valley Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the St. Louis International Film Festival, the Starz Denver Film Festival, and the Stockholm International Film Festival. It was the only American film to compete for the Golden Marc'Aurelio Audience Award for Best Film at the International Rome Film Festival. On November 6, The New York Times film critic Janet Maslin interviewed Reitman and Kirn at the Jacob Burns Film Center following a screening of the film.
The film premiered at the 2013 New York Bootleg Film Festival, before going on to show at the Eureka Springs Digital Film Festival, Boston Independent Film Festival and the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
The film won Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film. Rupini won Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Best Actress while Pulamaipithan won Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Lyricist.
The film premiered in the United States on July 26, 1972. The film was screened at various film festivals, including: the Cannes Film Festival, France; the Palm Springs International Film Festival, USA; and others.
The film debuted at the Venice Film Festival. It was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Bergen International Film Festival, and the Hollywood Film Festival before its theatrical release in the US.
National Post, October 7, 2016. The film won the award for Best Canadian Film at the Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2016."Toronto Film Critics Association names The Stairs best Canadian film of 2016".
The film won best independent documentary at the Carolina Film and Video Festival, best film at the International Folk Music Film Festival in Nepal, and the Sierra Nevada Award at the Mountain Film Festival.
The film received a National Film Award for Second Best Feature Film, the first South Indian film to do so. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Paapa Pariharam, released in the same year.
The film won Bangladesh National Film Award in 7 categories including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actress. It also won five international awards, including Mannheim Film Festival and Portugal Film Society.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. Awards were also renamed with 23rd National Film Awards. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film renamed to National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is to National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is renamed as National Film Award for Best Children's Film.
The film selected and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2009. It opened on a limited release basis in the United States in October of the same year. It has been screened at various film festivals, including: the São Paulo International Film Festival, the Gen Art Film Festival, the AFI Dallas Film Festival, the Waterfront Film Festival, the Provincetown International Film Festival and the Tallgrass Film Festival.Peter and Vandy.
The film played at 20 film festivals including Heartland Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, Phoenix Film Festival, San Luis Obispo International Film Festival, Palm Beach International Film Festival, and Port Townsend Film Festival, winning 15 awards including 4 best narrative feature awards and 4 audience awards. The film had a limited theatrical release starting on October 17, 2014, and was released on DVD and VOD on April 21, 2014 by Monarch Home Video.
The film was first presented at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival on May 16 in the Un Certain Regard section. It opened wide in Argentina on September 2, 1999. The film was screened at various film festivals, including: the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Huelva Latin American Film Festival, Spain; the Norwegian International Film Festival, Norway; the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, New York City; the Amnesty International Film Festival, Netherlands; and others.
Take This Waltz had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2011. The film then played at the 31st annual Atlantic Film Festival and the 59th annual San Sebastián International Film Festival. At the end of September, Take This Waltz was shown at the 25th Edmonton International Film Festival and the Vancouver International Film Festivals. The film closed the Calgary International Film Festival and the Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival.
The film has screened at: Queens Int'l Film Fest, Reelblack Short Film Showcase, Los Angeles Reel Film Fest, Trail Dance Film Fest, New York Short Film Fest, New Filmmakers New York, Worldfest Houston Int'l Film Fest, Philadelphia Int'l Film Festival, Indie Short Film Competition And Atlantic City Cinefest. It was announced that Inside of Me was selected to screen at a New York event called "Art in Motion" on Friday, June 15, 2012.
The Wind Journeys was chosen to participate in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. There it won the Award of the City of Rome. The film also won the awards of Best Colombian Film and Best Director at 2009 Bogotá Film Festival and Best Colombian Film and Best Director at 2010 Cartagena Film Festival. The film won the Best Spanish Language Film award at 2010 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Palace Cinemas host regular minor international film festivals, including the Alliance Française French Film Festival,Alliance Francaise French Film Festival Website the Lavazza Italian Film Festival,Lavazza Italian Film Festival homepage the Spanish Film Festival,The Age: Say hola to cultural freedom, 30 April 2010 German Film Festival and the British Film Festival. A major event, the 2020 Adelaide Film Festival, will be hosted by Palace Nova's Eastend and Prospect locations in South Australia.
Kaleidoscope Film Distribution obtained worldwide sales and UK distribution rights. European premieres have been held at the 2013 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, the 2013 Glasgow Film Festival, the 2013 Istanbul Film Festival, the 2013 Bradford International Film Festival, the 2013 Belfast Film Festival, the 2013 Filmfest München, the 2013 Athens International Film Festival and the 2013 Helsinki Film Festival. The film premiered in the United States at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival, followed by the 2013 Wisconsin Film Festival, the 2013 San Francisco International Film Festival, the 2013 Independent Film Festival of Boston and the 2013 Seattle International Film Festival. The limited release in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco was expanded on June 14, 2013.
In the summer of 2004 Hyde returned to Cusco to shoot the short film version of his feature-length script for Chicle. To date the short film has played in the Tribeca Film Festival, Hamptons International Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, Vladivostok Film Festival, Brisbane Film Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, Zimbabwe International Film Festival, and Athens International Film Festival. Its honesty and innocence resonates strongly with both American and International audiences, consequently landing itself in the Korean National Film Archive, where it is viewed as an example of excellence in film textbooks and curriculum. After receiving his MFA, Hyde moved to New York City, where he continues to make films.
Bonani () is an Assamese language drama film directed by Jahnu Barua. The film stars Sushil Goswami, Bishnu Kharghoria and Monami Bezbaruah. The film was released in 1990. The film is set with an ecological angle and won National Film Award for Best film on environment.
His 1979 film The Barrier won the Silver Prize at the 11th Moscow International Film Festival. In 1981 his film The Truck was entered into the 31st Berlin International Film Festival. His 1985 film Reference was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.
Sayew was screened at several film festivals in 2003, including the Deauville Asian Film Festival, the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Stockholm International Film Festival. At the Seattle International Film Festival, the film won an honorable mention for the Asian Trade Winds Award.
The Kitchen premiered at the GenArt Film Festival on August 14, 2012. That same year, the film was also selected to screen at the BendFilm Festival, the Tallgrass Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival, and the Daytona Beach Film Festival.
12th London Film Critics Circle Awards 1992 \---- Film of the Year: Thelma & Louise \---- British Film of the Year: Life Is Sweet The 12th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1991, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1992.
The film won the Golden Beaver Award at the 7th National Science Film Festival held in 2017. In 2018, the film was adjudged the Best Environment Film including Best Agricultural Film in the non-feature category at the 65th National Film Awards held in 2017.
The film was previewed at various film festivals in 2003 before its official 2008 release including the New York Film Festival, Las Vegas Film Festival; Los Angeles Film Festival and the New York Film and Video Festival where it was nominated for the "Grand Selection".
Lefteris Dimakopoulos is a Greek film released in 1993, directed by Periklis Hoursoglou. The film stars Nikos Georgakis, Maria Skoula and Nikos Orphanos. The film won four awards in Greek State Film Awards, as well the best film award in Greek Film Critics Association Awards.
It is informally identified as MHSoC, and accepts 250 students a year for study in the fields of film animation, film production and film studies. It is the largest, university-based centre for the study of film animation, film production and film studies in Canada.
"Short Film Reviews: L'Affaire Bronswik". Cinema Canada, March 1979. pp. 38-39. The film won the Canadian Film Award for Best Theatrical Short Film at the 29th Canadian Film Awards.Maria Topalovich, And the Genie Goes To...: Celebrating 50 Years of the Canadian Film Awards.
Elżbieta Benkowska (born 18 August 1988 in Gdańsk, in Poland) is a Polish film director, screenwriter and film editor. Her film Olena competed at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It was nominated for Short Film Palme d'Or. Benkowska studied at the Gdynia Film School.
Maj Rati Keteki is a 2017 Indian Assamese drama film written and directed by Santwana Bardoloi. The film stars Adil Hussain in the lead role. Hussain wins National Film Award – Special Mention (feature film) at 64th National Film Awards for acting in this film.
Simhasanam () is a 1986 Telugu-language film starring Krishna, who also directed the film. The film was simultaneously made in Hindi as Singhasan. The film is a blockbuster and broke many records in the Telugu film industry. The film is based on Janapada Katha.
Together with the Netherlands Film Fund, the festival also recognises box office results of Dutch film productions during the year with the Crystal Film (10,000 visitors of documentary films), the Golden Film (100,000 visitors), the Platinum Film (400,000 visitors), and the Diamond Film (1,000,000 visitors).
He was winner of Best Director award for his film 'Guru Pournima' in 8th Goa State Film Festival(2014-2015), Marathi feature film category . His film "Sarvanaam" English title "pale blue dot" was the biggest achieved film showcased in mami piff n international film feststival.
Hajar Bachhor Dhore was highly appreciated by film critics and film viewers and won National Film Awards for best film award and in six other categories. The film was also awarded by Meril Prothom Alo Awards with the best film award with three categories.
Tora (Assamese: তৰা) is an Assamese language children's film directed by Jahnu Barua and produced by the Children's Film Society, India. The film was released in 2004. The film received the Best Children's Film award in the 51st National Film Awards for the year 2003.
The film won the London Film Critics Circle Award for Best British Film of the Year, and Mike Leigh was nominated for Best Director at the European Film Awards. The film was also nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
His first feature film was IOWA. Farnsworth starred in the film and it appeared at Tribeca film festival. The film also won the "Best Picture" award at the Midwest independent film festival. The film went on to be released in theaters and was sold worldwide.
The film went on to win the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment the following year. Furthermore, the success of the film led to two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, winning Best Film for Ravichandran and Best Director for Vikraman.
The film received the National Film Award of India for the best film in 1988. Halodhia Choraye Baodhan Khai won international awards at film festivals. It was first shown in Thiruvananthapuram. The film received several awards at the Locarno International Film Festival in 1988.
The Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Film is one of the annual film awards given by the Boston Society of Film Critics.
The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2012. The film was released on July 23, 2013, by Tribeca Film.
The center regularly holds various cinema-related events such as film screenings, film exhibitions, conducting film-making courses and media literacy, film preservation promotions etc.
The film was presented at the Festival international du film fantastique de Gérardmer, the Champs-Élysées Film Festival and at the Chicago International Film Festival.
The film premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam on 29 January 2017. The film was released on 29 September 2017 by Altitude Film Entertainment.
The film was nominated for "Favorite Film" at the 2012 Indonesian Movie Awards and Citra Award for Best Film at the 2011 Indonesian Film Festival.
Film was screened at Picture this Film Festival, Calgary, West Virginia Filmmaker Festival 2011, West Virginia (USA ), Trinity Film Coalition Film Festival, Detroit, 2011(USA).
Gila Almagor and Claude Lanzmann, Jerusalem Film Festival The main international film festivals in Israel are the Jerusalem Film Festival and the Haifa Film Festival.
The film premiered at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2013. The film was released on March 25, 2014, by Tribeca Film.
The film won nine B-class film awards and received ten nominations most notably winning the Discovery Film Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
It is the debut feature film by Malaka Dewapriya and film has awarded in many film festivals. The film received many positive reviews from critics.
A print of film, which is the only silent film of south India fully available as of now is preserved at the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), Pune. The film was reportedly shown at the 1994 Film Festival of Kerala. In 2011, this film was screened at the "Filka" International film festival in Thiruvananthapuram.
The film was released in Japan on 14 June 2019. It screened as the closing film at the 72nd Locarno Film Festival on 17 August 2019. It also screened at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, the 2019 BFI London Film Festival, the 24th Busan International Film Festival, and the 2019 New York Film Festival.
It is the 1165th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema. The film has received mostly positive reviews from critics. The film won six awards at the Calcutta International Film festival, Montreal IFF and Rio International Film Festival in Brazil. In 2006, the film won the Silver Remi Award at the Houston International Film Festival.
In February 2018, the film won the Golden Conch Best short Film Award at the 2018 Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF). At the 2018 Kolkata International Film Festival the film was one of 10 selected short films at Critics' Week. Suryoday's debut short film, Tritiya Paksha (2017) had won the Kodak Short Film Award.
The film was first featured at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 8, 2001. It opened in Argentina on March 8 at the Mar del Plata Film Festival, and enjoyed wide release in Argentina on April 12. It was also shown at various film festivals, including: the Karlovy Vary Film Festival; the Toronto International Film Festival; the New York Film Festival; the Warsaw Film Festival; International Film Festival, Rotterdam; the Titanic International Filmpresence Festival, Hungary; the Adelaide International Film Festival; the Uruguay International Film Festival; and the Havana Film Festival, Cuba. It was presented at the New York Film Festival on October 2, 2001, and opened in Los Angeles on October 12.
It was selected as Singapore's official 2015 entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated. In November 2013 the film won the Best Asian Film (Jury Prize) at the SalaMindanaw International Film Festival in the Philippines. In 2014 it was the closing film for the Southeast Asian Film Festival and opening film for the Phnom Penh International Film Festival. It was an Official Selection at the Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival where it was showcased in the festival's New Frontiers section, the Edmonton International Film Festival, the Luang Prabang Film Festival, the Barcelona International Film Festival and showcased at the Southeast Asian Screen Academy.
Kendrick earned an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance and the Rising Star Award from Palm Springs International Film Festival for her role in the film. Up in the Air won Best Film from eleven awards ceremonies, including the Florida Film Critics Circle, Iowa Film Critics, Southeastern Film Critics, and Vancouver Film Critics Circle. The film earned four nominations for the Best Cast from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Central Ohio Film Critics, Denver Film Critics Society, and the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association. At the Kansas City Film Critics Circle and the National Board of Review, Up in the Air won each of the awards for which it was nominated.
The North Carolina Film Office, originally called the "North Carolina Film Commission," is a member of the Association of Film Commissioners International."North Carolina Film Office" , Association of Film Commissioners International, Retrieved 2007-11-19.
Amin directed Ramer Sumoti was released in 1985. He was the screenplay writer of that film too. This film won National Film Award in two categories. This film was the first film of Sadek Bachchu.
"On the screen". The Globe and Mail, April 29, 1952. The film won the Canadian Film Award for Film of the Year at the 1952 Canadian Film Awards."Crawley Short Wins Award For Best Film".
The company was formerly called A-Film Distribution, in May 2013 A-Film and Benelux Film Distributors merged and continued as A-Film Benelux B.V. In September 2015, A-Film Benelux B.V. was declared bankrupt.
The film was a semifinalist for "Best Feature Film" in the 2015 Christian Worldview Film Festival. The film was also part of the official selections at the 2015 International Christian Film Festival in Orlando, Florida.
The film wrapped up shoot in the first week of March 2019. The film is like Miruthan by Jayam Ravi whereas Miruthan is a zombie-thriller film but this film is a comedy-zombie film.
The film was a winner for best documentary film at the New Jersey International Film Festival, and was an official selection at the Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival (DOCUTAH) and the Orlando Film Festival.
Quezada-Dardon, Roberto.Tapeless, Filmmaker, Spring 2008. Accessed September 1, 2009. The film premiered at the 2009 European Film Market (Berlin International Film Festival)European Film Market Listings Berlin Film Festival 2009, Variety, March 9, 2009.
The film was first presented at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival in France on March 21, 2009. The picture screened at various film festivals, including Göteborg International Film Festival and London Independent Film Festival.
The Scala hosted film festivals such as the Bangkok International Film Festival, the Silent Film Festival, and was itself the subject of a documentary film shown at the Salaya International Documentary Film Festival in 2016.
The film won the Short Film Jury Award for International Fiction at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival."Canadian short film wins international fiction prize at Sundance Film Festival". 680 News, January 22, 2014. At the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival, Dulude-De Celles won the award for most promising director of a Canadian short film."Rookie director’s Norwegian-shot film snags major VIFF awards".
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It received the "Audience Award" at the Awareness Film Festival, the Atlanta DocuFest, the Newburyport Documentary Film Festival, the Kansas International Film Festival, and the Beloit "Year Round" Film Festival. It also received the Spotlight Documentary Film Platinum Award.Spotlight 2015 Awards The film also received a Certificate of Merit at the Catalina Film Festival. It was nominated for competition at the Napa Valley Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere as part of the official selection of the Berlin Film Festival in 1986, and was part of the official selection of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. In 2012, the film was part of the School of Reis film program, at the Harvard Film Archive, also screened at the Anthology Film Archives and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
The film was screened in many film festivals prior to its theatrical release. It includes 15th Kolkata International Film Festival, Kolkata (13 November 2009), 8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival, Mumbai (2009) and 8th Pune International Film Festival, Pune (2010). Later it was also screened as India Habitat Film Festival, New Delhi (2010), Thrissur International Film Festival, Kerala (2010), South Asian Film Festival, Goa (2010) etc.
Bikas Ranjan Mishra is an Indian screenwriter and film director. His first feature film Chauranga released in January 2016. The film won awards at Mumbai Film Festival and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA). IFFI (2013) His short film Dance of Ganesha had its world premiere at the 16th Busan International Film Festival, and its European premiere at the 41st International Film Festival Rotterdam.
In 2009 "El Salón México" debuted at The Film Museum Theater in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The computer-animated short was accepted into the following film festivals: Rome International Film Festival (2009 winner, Sylvia Award for Best Animation), Independent's Film Festival (2009 winner, Best Independent Animation), Santa Fe Film Festival, Kids First Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and the Tiburon International Film Festival.
It had a successful career in a number of national and international festivals, receiving over 50 awards at the Montreal World Film Festival, the Rio Film Festival, the São Paulo International Film Festival, the Grand Prix for Brazilian Film, the Brasília Film Festival, the Havana Film Festival, the Cartagena Film Festival, the Guadalajara International Film Festival, the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema, among others.
Color theatrical poster. The film was first presented at the Mar del Plata Film Festival in November 1996. It opened wide in Argentina on September 18, 1997. The film was screened at various film festivals, including: the 1996 Cannes Film Festival, France; the Contemporary Latin American Film Series at UCLA, Los Angeles; the Oslo Film Festival, Norway; the Havana Film Festival, Cuba; and others.
At the 19th Shanghai International Film Festival, Thithi won the Best Script Writer and the Best Film awards under the Asia New Talent Awards Category. It won the German Star of India award for the Best Feature Film at the 13th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart, Germany. At the 63rd National Film Awards, the film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada.
Lise Lense-Moller holding award for Burma VJ at the 70th Annual Peabody Awards The film won awards, especially at European film festivals, e.g. it won the Golden Apricot at the 2009 Yerevan International Film Festival, Armenia, for Best Documentary Film. San Francisco Film Society, Variety, It won the World Cinema Documentary Film Editing Award at the Sundance Film Festival.2009 Sundance Film Festival sundance.
Shahnewaz Kakoli (also spelled Shahneoyaj Cacoly Spelling according to New Age and The Daily Star) is a Bangladeshi film, theatre and telefilm director. She made her debut as a director with the film Uttarer Sur (2012) which was screened in different international film festivals like – Goa International Film Festival, Kolkata International Film Festival (2012), Third Eye Mumbai Film Festival. The film won 3 Bangladesh National Film Awards.
The film was first presented at the Mar del Plata Film Festival at the March 11, 2003. It opened wide in Argentina on August 28, 2003. The film has been screened at some film festivals, including: the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France; the Latin America Film Festival, Poland; the Lleida Latin-American Film Festival, Spain; the Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain; and others.
Scream!, Edwards’s first feature film as writer/director, premiered at the Austin Film Festival in October 2005 to more good reviews. The film has gone on to screen at more than twenty film festivals. Awards include Best Feature Film at the Toofy Film Festival and The Magnolia Independent Film Festival, and nominations for Best Cinematography and Best Set Design at the B-Movie Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 23 January 2015. Shortly after the premiere, Alchemy acquired distribution rights to the film. The film went on to screen at the Belgrade Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival. The film will be released in the United States on 10 July 2015 in a limited release and through video on demand.
The film released on 15 August 1992, to positive reviews, receiving praise for its patriotic theme. The film was dubbed and released in Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam and Telugu languages. The film won three National Film Awards, including Best Film on National Integration, catapulting Ratnam to national acclaim. The film also gained international acclaim with its nomination for Best Film at the 18th Moscow International Film Festival.
The film first opened in Argentina on March 24, 2006. The film was shown at various film festivals, including the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, France; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France; the Espoo Ciné International Film Festival, Finland, and others. In the United States it was featured at the Austin Film Festival in Texas on October 26, 2006.
The film won the German Film Prize in Silver for Best Feature Film. The film was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Film, the Palme d'Or award of the Cannes Film Festival, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Herzog won the award for Best Director at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the West German entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 55th Academy Awards, but did not make the shortlist of nominees.
Thanks Maa () is a India Hindi language drama film, directed by Irfan Kamal, distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment(SPE), India. The film focuses on Child abandonment Issue in India. It has been officially selected to be screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival of India and Palm Springs International Film Festival. The debut child actor Master Shams Patel has also won the Best Child Artist for the film, in the 56th National Film Awards.
The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8, 2019 as part of the Platform Prize program. The film also served as the opening film for the Singapore International Film Festival on November 21, 2019. It was screened at many film festivals including the London East Asian Film Festival, Cairo International Film Festival, and the 56th Golden Horse Film Festival. Local cinema chain Golden Village Pictures picked up distribution rights and released the film in Singapore on November 28, 2019.
It was 2001's second-highest-grossing PG-13 film and the 11th highest-grossing film worldwide. Rush Hour 2 surpassed the 1984 film The Karate Kid as the highest-grossing martial arts action film, and was ranked as the second-highest-grossing buddy comedy film behind the 1997 film Men in Black. The film was also ranked as the fourth-highest-grossing second installments in live action comedy film franchises (behind the 2004 film Meet the Fockers and the 2011 film The Hangover Part II).
The film won the Best Feature Film category at the Woodstock Film Festival and Avignon Film Festival, while receiving nominations for three Independent Spirit Awards including Best First Film and Best First Screenplay. Burger’s follow up feature was The Illusionist starring Edward Norton and Paul Giamatti. Burger’s screenplay for the film was based on the short story "Eisenheim the Illusionist" by Steven Millhauser. The film premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and opened the 2006 Seattle International Film Festival and the 2007 Deauville Film Festival.
The film premiered as the opening film of the Montreal Film Festival on August 4, 1967.
The film premiered on 17 October 1988 in Bulgaria. The film was produced by Boyana Film.
The film premiered on 10 April 1989 in Bulgaria. The film was produced by Boyana Film.
It also played other film festivals including Singapore International Film Festival and Dubai International Film Festival.
The film was screened in the Marché du Film section of the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.
August First Film Studio, or Bayi Film Studio, is a state-run film studio in China.
The main international film festivals in Israel are the Jerusalem Film Festival and Haifa Film Festival.
The film won Prasad DI Award at the National Film Development Corporation's Film Bazaar in 2015.
The film won "Best Comedy" at the Broadcast Critics Film Awards and the Hollywood Film Awards.
The film won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 6th Berlin International Film Festival.
The film was a remake of the Telugu film Santosham and the Tamil film Unnai Thedi.
The film won the Best of Show, feature film at the Accolade Global Film Competition 2012.
The film won the Mussolini Cup in Venice Film Festival for being the Best Italian Film.
Ezel Akay (born 20 January 1961) is a Turkish film actor, film director and film producer.
This 1903 film was New Zealand's first fiction film and is now considered a lost film.
The film was nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
The film has been screened at seven different film festivals, premiering at the Atlanta Film Festival.
Glena world premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. It was one of only eight documentaries selected from 5,000 films submitted. It has also played at the Sarasota Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Brooklyn Film Festival, San Francisco DocFest, Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, Downtown Film Festival - Los Angeles, Tacoma Film Festival, Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival, and more. The movie received the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Women + Film VOICES Film Festival in Denver, Colorado, the Special Jury Award for Inspirational Filmmaking at the Arizona International Film Festival in Tucson, Arizona, and the Special Jury Award at Indie Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee.
Nazar (The Gaze) is a 1991 Hindi-language film based on Fyodor Dostoevsky's 1876 short story, "The Meek One". The film produced by the National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC) was directed by Mani Kaul and starred his daughter Shambhavi Kaul with Shekhar Kapur and Surekha Sikri. The film travelled to international festivals like the Birmingham Film Festival in UK, Fribourg Film Festival in Germany, Hong Kong International Film Festival, Lisbon Film Festival in Portugal, Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland, London Film Festival in UK, Rotterdam Film Festival in Netherlands, Festival des 3 continent at Nantes in France and the Seattle Film Festival in United States.
The film had its World Premiere in Texas, USA at Other Worlds Austin Film Festival in December 9, 2017, where the film won the Best Feature Director award. Olenius also won the First Look Award at Horrorant Film Festival in Athens, Greece. Tuftland was awarded for the Best Narrative Feature at Arizona Underground Film Festival, Best Feature Film at Cinemafantastique International Genre Film Fest in Canada and Best Domestic Feature at Scandinavian International Film Festival in Finland. It got nominations for Best Film at Horrorant Film Festival, Best International Female Actor (Veera W. Vilo) and Best Nordic Feature Film at Västerås Film Festival in Sweden.
The film was released at Florida Film Festival on June 1998. It won the Gold Prize at WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival in Experimental Animation, First Prize at Savannah Film Festival, Jury Awards for Animated Short at Florida and Louisville Film Festivals, and Silver Prize at Philadelphia International Film Festival. It was selected for the 1998 Sundance Film Festival, Dresden International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, and for the 1999 Atlanta Film Festival. It was distributed by David Russell's Big Film Shorts, and released on Warner Home Video Short 5-Diversity and Dancing with the Sun: a Compilation of Selected Short Films from the Sundance Film Festival.
Loev premiered at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Estonia on 19 November 2015. The film was then screened at various other film festivals across Europe and Asia, including the Jeonju International Film Festival, South Korea; the Istanbul International Film Festival, Turkey; the Art Film Festival, Slovakia; and the Transilvania International Film Festival, Romania. It had its North American premiere on 12 March, for the "Visions" section at the 2016 South By SouthWest Film Festival. The Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival, the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival, and the Frameline Film Festival were among the LGBTQ film festivals that featured the production.
The film was first featured at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 9, 2004. It opened in Argentina on March 25, 2004. The film screened in many film festivals, including: the Helsinki International Film Festival, Finland; the Warsaw Film Festival, Poland; the Pusan International Film Festival, South Korea; the Chicago International Film Festival, United States; the Bangkok World Film Festival, Thailand; the São Paulo International Film Festival, Brazil; the London Film Festival, UK; and others. The film was released in Argentina on VHS and DVD by Argentina Video Home under license from Distribution Company on July 3, 2004; with English, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles and extras.
His films has been screened at festivals such as Cannes Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, the Academy Award Qualifying Urbanworld Film Festival, Turin Film festival.
The short film included on the DVD Boys on Film 14: Worlds Collide. The short film included on the DVD Boys On Film 14: Worlds Collide.
Sesino Yhoshü is a Naga film director. In 2018, Yhoshü's documentary film The Pangti Story won the Best Environment Film at the 65th National Film Awards.
The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Florida Film Festival"2014 Florida Film Festival Announces Awards". Retrieved May 20, 2014. and Gasparilla Film Festival.
Ahmed Imamović (born 1971) is a Bosnian film director, film producer and screenwriter. He directed the controversial film Go West and the short film 10 Minutes.
The film was well-received upon its premiere at the 2009 Slamdance Film Festival. The film opened the 2009 Gen Art Film Festival in New York.
The film was entered into the 1st Moscow International Film Festival. The film is often cited as the first feature length film produced fully in Albania.
Turang is a 1957 Indonesian drama film directed by Bachtiar Siagian. The film won four awards at the Indonesian Film Festival in 1960, including Best Film.
Identitas is a 2009 Indonesian drama film directed by Aria Kusumadewa. The film won four awards at the Indonesian Film Festival in 2010, including Best Film.
The film Salaam Dunk was shown at several international film festivals including Chicago International film festival and Los Angeles film festival.Salaam Dunk. Accessed 5 Feb 2015.
The film has won 3 Ophir prizes: best script, best editing, and best sound design. The film was awarded best film at the Haifa film festival.
The Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Documentary Film is one of the annual film awards given by the Boston Society of Film Critics.
The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2012. The film was released on October 18, 2013, by The Film Arcade.
Sohrab Shaheed Salles won 12 professional film awards and 3 nominations during his career. 1972 Ob? , Best Documentary, National Tehran Film Festival. 1972 black and white, Golden Plaque, Tehran International Children's Film Festival 1973 A simple event, Golden Ibex for Best Director at the International Film Festival in Tehran 1974 Price of the Catholic and Protestant Film Jury as part of the Young Forum at the International Film Festival Berlin 1974 Still Life, Silver Bear Award of the International Film Critics Prize of the Protestant jury, International Film Festival [3 ]In 1975 the stranger, Prize of the International Film Critics, International Film Festival Berlin 1976 ripening period, Bronze Hugo, Chicago International Film Festival 1977 Diary of a lover Special Film Award of the British Film Institute, London Film Festival1977 Documenta 6 in Kassel 1980 order, Silver Hugo, Chicago International Film Festival Participation in the Cannes Film Festival Week of directors .
Skin has won 19 international festival awards, including Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Audience Award), Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival (Audience and Jury Awards), AFI Dallas International Film Festival (Audience Award), Palm Beach International Film Festival (Jury Award, Best Film), Rochester High Falls International Film Festival (Audience Award), Tri-Continental, South Africa (Audience Award), Bordeaux Cinema Science Film Festival (Grand Jury Prize, Best Film), Mediterrante Film Festival (Bari), Italy (Best Film), Belize International Film Festival (Audience Award), Moondance International Film Festival, USA (Best Score, Hélène Muddiman), Accolade Award For Excellence (Original Score Hélène Muddiman), United Nations Time For Peace Award (Voted by 21 UN Ambassadors), Amnesty International Humanitarian Award (Italy), Griffon Environmental Award, Giffoni Film Festival, Italy, Orange Film Prize, Ability Media International Awards, MAE Moseac Award for Best Independent Film, MAE Moseac Award for Best Actress (Sophie Okonedo), Bahamas International Film Festival, Rising Star Award, Sophie Okonedo.
His 2006 film The Old Barber won Golden Peacock Award at IFFI (2006), and Best Film award at Pune International Film Festival (2007). His 2018 film Genghis Khan was premiered at 8th Beijing International Film Festival.
One of the Seasonal Film Corporation's last film was Wu Jing's 2008 film Legendary Assassin. The film was defunct around late 2008. Ng See-yuen later became a chairman of the several Hong Kong Film industry.
The film screened at the 2012 Atlanta Film Festival, the 2012 Vancouver International Film Festival, and the 2012 St. Louis International Film Festival. The film was nominated for the Genesis Awards in the TV Documentary category.
Afterwards the film got selected in many film festivals like the New Jersey Independent South Asian Cine Fest, Indian Film Festival Stuttgart, Festival of Nations Film Festival AUSTRIA and many other film festivals around the world.
Suhan Prasad is a film Director and film producer in the Kannada film industry and Tulu film industry . He is well known for the films Ondu Motteya Kathe, his directorial debut Rang in Tulu film industry.
The film has been recognised as "a good film for kids" and "all good fun". The film won the Starboy award for the best children's film at Oulu International Children's and Youth Film Festival in 2002.
It also invests in film production by partnering with film projects and co-financing them, and its productions include a 3D animated film, a Grand Prix awarded film and a Museum of Modern Art exhibited film.
The Misogynists had its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival on October 6, 2017. The film later played at the Indie Memphis Film Festival, the Denver International Film Festival, and the Cucalorus Film Festival.
The film took part in multiple international film festivals, including the Revelation Perth International Film Festival. On September 29, 2019, he received a special jury prize at the Bardak Short Film Independent Film Festival in Kharkiv.
In 2004, the short was presented to the Angers Film Festival, the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, the French Film Festival in Japan and the Meudon Short Film Festival.
Cheerful Givers is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama film produced by the Fine Arts Film Company and distributed by Triangle Film Corporation. The film stars Bessie Love and Kenneth Harlan. The film is presumed lost.
At the 38th Moscow International Film Festival the film won the audience award. The film won three awards at the 2017 Prague Independent Film Festival – the Grand Prix, Best Actor (Lazar Ristovski), and Best Feature Film.
Coldwater made its world premiere at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas. After SXSW it screened internationally and domestically in several other festivals, including: Champs-Élysées Film Festival in Paris, France; Shanghai International Film Festival in China; Galway Film Fleadh in Ireland; Reykjavík International Film Festival in Iceland; Raindance Film Festival in London, England; Sitges Film Festival in Spain; Leiden International Film Festival in the Netherlands; American Film Festival in Poland; Athens Film Festival in Greece; Fresh Film Festival in the Czech Republic; Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in Estonia; and in the USA: Little Rock Film Festival in Arkansas; Cinema At The Edge Film Festival in Santa Monica; Indianapolis International Film Festival; Sidewalk Film Festival in Alabama; Boston Film Festival; Las Vegas International Film Festival; California Independent Film Festival. The film was specially selected to screen at the 2013 Survivors of Institutional Abuse (SIA) Convention in Washington, D.C. Coldwater was released theatrically in the United States, France, and Toronto, Canada in the summer of 2014. It has also been released in the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Poland, Spain, Netherlands, Turkey, and South Korea.
The film received several nominations in the 2011 Aotearoa Film & Television Awards, including; director Simone Horrocks for "Outstanding Feature Film Debut", "Best Editing in a Feature Film", "Images & Sound Best Sound in a Feature Film" and "Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film" for Antony Starr.
Truesdell has worked with many award-winning and well-regarded documentary filmmakers. His second documentary short film Balloonfest, premiered at American Film Institute and San Francisco International Film Festival. His documentary short film The Water Slide, premiered at American Film Institute and San Francisco International Film Festival.
It world premiered at Oldenburg Film Festival in 2018 and won Best UK Short Film Special Mention at Winchester Film Festival and the Grand Prix Festival Award at Jahorina Film Festival and several selections and nominations at BFI Future Film, BAFTA and European Film Award qualifying festivals.
Exiled was shown in Competition at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival. It was also shown at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival, the 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival, 2007 8th Jeonju International Film Festival, 2008 Midnight Sun Film Festival and the 2007 Seattle International Film Festival.
The movie was screened at the South Asian Film Festival of Montreal (SAFFM) and selected in the Lift-Off Sessions Film Festival (United Kingdom). The film was also nominated and screened in 12th Jaipur International Film Festival. The film won in White Unicorn International Film Festival.
15th London Film Critics Circle Awards 1995 \---- Film of the Year: Schindler's List \---- British Film of the Year: Four Weddings and a Funeral The 15th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1994, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1995.
14th London Film Critics Circle Awards 1994 \---- Film of the Year: The Piano \---- British Film of the Year: The Remains of the Day The 14th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1993, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1994.
Konishi appeared in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2006 film Retribution, which was screened at the 63rd Venice Film Festival. She also appeared in Hiroshi Ando's 2001 film Blue, Katsuhiro Otomo's 2004 film Steamboy, Junji Sakamoto's 2010 film Strangers in the City, and Shinji Aoyama's 2011 film Tokyo Park.
Alice in Wonderland (1915 film) The 1915 Film redicts here. For the novel, see Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. For two earlier adaptations, see Alice in Wonderland (1903 film) and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1910 film). For the 1951 animated Disney film, see Alice in Wonderland (1951 Film).
17th London Film Critics Circle Awards 2 March 1997 \---- Film of the Year: Fargo \---- British Film of the Year: Secrets & Lies The 17th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1996, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 2 March 1997.
Red Cow (; Pa-ra A-du-ma) is a 2018 Israeli independent drama film, directed and written by Tsivia Barkai Yacov. The film premiered at the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival, and won the Best Israeli Film and Best Debut Film awards at the Jerusalem Film Festival.
The film won the best European feature film of the year award at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival in September 2010. The film was presented at the Deauville American Film Festival, in competition, and the Toronto International Film Festival, out of competition, in September 2010.
Tahader Katha (English: Their story) is a 1992 Indian Bengali-language drama film directed by Budhhadeb Dasgupta, starring Mithun Chakraborty, who won the 1993 National Film Awards for Best Actor for the film, while the film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali.
The film first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2008. In 2008, it was also screened at the Boston Film Festival. The film was screened in Israel on 22 December 2008. This January, the film will be screened at the Atlanta Jewish Film festival.
The film was screened at 34th International Indian Film Festival in World Cinema category and also won numerous awards at film festivals. It is the 1165th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema. The film was screened at the 34th International Indian Film Festival in December 2006.
China Film Association was founded in July 1949 with the name of China National Film Artists Association and then China Film Workers Sorority in 1957. In 1960, China Film Association changed its name to China Film Workers Association. Finally, it renamed the China Film Association in 1979.
25th London Film Critics Circle Awards 9 February 2005 \---- Film of the Year: Sideways \---- British Film of the Year: Vera Drake The 25th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2004, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 9 February 2005.
Boston Jewish Film works with other film festivals throughout the year to bring quality films to the Boston area. Recent and ongoing partners include the Boston French Film Festival, the Boston LGBT Film Festival, the Independent Film Festival of Boston and the Roxbury International Film Festival.
The film screened at the 1996 Toronto International Film Festival and the Vancouver International Film Festival. For the Japanese release of the film, Eirin ordered eight minutes of the film to be cut out. Foreign distributors instead released the full 110 minute version of the film.
Following its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, the film will compete in discovery competition at the Toronto International Film Festival, and will be also presented at San Sebastián International Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival and Vancouver International Film Festival in late September 2018.
The film has garnered the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu and was screened at the International Film Festival of India. The film also won five Nandi Awards including Second Best Feature Film, Best Dialogue, Best Lyricist, Best Supporting Actor and Best Character Actor.
Listening is a 2003 short film written and directed by Kenneth Branagh, starring Frances Barber and Paul McGann. The film won Best Director, Short Film at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and was fourth runner-up for Best Short Film at the Seattle International Film Festival.
The film received the FIPRESCI Prize at the San Sebastian International Film Festival and a Special Mention at the Miami International Film Festival. In 2012, Rafael directed his first short film, You Are The Blood (IndieLisboa International Film Festival’s official selection and NewFilmMakers Film Festival main competition).
The Wedding Camels won the Royal Anthropological Institute's first Film Award in 1980, for best ethnographic film of the past five years. It has also been awarded honors at film festivals including the Berlin Film Festival, the Edinburgh Film Festival, and the Margaret Mead Film Festival.
Halal was premiered at the Pune International Film Festival 2016. It was also screened at the 2016 Aurangabad International Film Festival. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival and at Goa Marathi Film Festival 2016. The film was theatrically released on 6 October 2017.
Denko is a 1993 short drama film directed by Guinean film maker Mohamed Camara. The story involves incest between a mother and son. The film won the Grand Prix at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the award for Best Short film at the Fribourg International Film Festival and the Golden Danzante award at the Huesca Film Festival.
In 1965 his film Tine was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. His 1969 film Jazz All Around was entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival. His 1973 film Lina's Wedding was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival. In 1967 he was a member of the jury at the 17th Berlin International Film Festival.
Blind Date is a 2007 drama film directed by Stanley Tucci, who also stars and co-wrote the screenplay with David Schechter.Sundance Film festival - 2008 Online Film Guide The film premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. The film is a remake of the 1996 film of the same name by the late Dutch director Theo van Gogh.
The Seattle International Film Festival is credited as being the largest film festival in the US, regularly showing over 400 films in a month across the city. The Tribeca Film Festival, South by Southwest, New York Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, and Vancouver International Film Festival are also major North American festivals.
Go West was nominated for the Grand Prix des Amériques award at the Montréal World Film Festival, 2005. The film also won the audience award for the best film at the 2006 Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival in New York. The film received the prize for the Best Film at the Madrid Móstoles International Film Festival, 2007.
On 8 September 2018, The Elephant Queen premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film would later screen at the BFI London Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Montclair Film Festival and Sydney Film Festival. The Elephant Queen opened in theatres on 18 October 2019. The film was made available for streaming on Apple TV+ on 1 November 2019.
It opened in the United States on March 27, 1998.Vulcan Productions web site, September 4, 1997. The film was featured at various international film festivals, including: the Deauville Film Festival, France; the Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain; the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scotland; the Helsinki International Film Festival, Finland; the Reykjavik Film Festival, Iceland; and others.
Sword Master () is a 2016 Chinese 3D martial arts film directed by Derek Yee. The film was released on 2 December 2016. The film made its worldwide and domestic debut at the 11th Rome Film Festival and the 53rd Golden Horse Film Festival respectively. The film tributes to the Shaw Brothers Studio's 1977 film Death Duel.
Quiet City is a 2007 film directed by Aaron Katz that premiered at the 2007 South by Southwest Film Festival in the Emerging Visions category. Subsequently it played at film festivals around the world, including the Sarasota Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Stockholm Film Festival and Milano Film Festival, before premiering theatrically in New York in August 2007.
Malli is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language feature film directed by Santosh Sivan. The film met with widespread critical acclaim upon release, and has been shown at many film festivals including the Toronto International Film Festival and the New York International Children's Film Festival. It won the Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation at the 46th National Film Awards.
Janala is a 2009 Bengali film directed by Buddhadeb Dasgupta and produced under Reliance Pictures banner. The music of the film was composed by Biswadeb Dasgupta. The film received best film's title in the 54th Asia Pacific Film Festival in 2009. The film was screened in the Marché du Film section of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
The film was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award of Best Cinematic Transposition. The film was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film also won three awards in Thessaloniki Film Festival, for best film and best director (Michalis Cacoyannis) and best actress (Irene Papas).
Netherlands Association of Film Distributors () is an association for film distributors in the Netherlands, based in Amsterdam. Sixteen film distributors in the Netherlands are member organizations. Weekly, the association publishes information about new film releases and box office results in the Netherlands. The box office awards Crystal Film, Golden Film, and Platinum Film are based on this information.
Xoca won several awards. At the 2012 Cairo International Film Festival, it was named best international drama of the year. The film were featured in various international film festivals, including at International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival and Fajr International Film Festival. The film were submitted to Yerevan International Film Festival, but jury declined to accept it.
The film was first presented at the Mar del Plata Film Festival in November 1998. It was released wide in Argentina on June 24, 1999. The film has been screened at various film festivals, including: the Chicago Latino Film Festival, United States; the San Diego Latino Film Festival, USA; the Puerto Rico Film Festival, and others.
Baccar directed her first full-length feature film in 1975 titled Fatma 75, this film is considered to be a "pioneer film" in Tunisia. This was the first full-length feature film directed by a woman. Fatma 75, "a feminist essay film about women's roles in Tunisia." The film uses a didactic style film that addresses feminism in Tunisia.
The film began production in 2008 under director Rajakumaran in his debut film as an actor. Keerthi Chawla signed on February 2008 and shot for this film simultaneously with Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar (2008) which featured her in a guest appearance. This film is Devayani's 75th film. This film is the last film of veteran actor Malaysia Vasudevan.
SIGNIS and Interfilm appoint ecumenical juries at various international film festivals, including Cannes Film Festival (where The Ecumenical Jury () is one of three juries at the film festival, along with the official jury and the FIPRESCI jury), Berlin International Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
A Walnut Tree is a Pakistani documentary film by Ammar Aziz. The film is about an internally displaced old man reminiscing about a distant homeland. The film had its world premiere at International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in November 2015. In the same month, the film won the award for best film from Film Southasia, Nepal.
Thus, by 1966 he countered it by making the film Apsara, which was his first feature-length and color film. The film currently holds a 54% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film is recognized by American Film Institute in: 2005: AFI's 100 Years of Film Scores – nominated Lord Jim was preserved by the Academy Film Archive in 2000.
The film was first presented at the San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain on September 21, 2004. It opened in Argentina on May 26, 2005. The film was screened at various film festivals, including: the Sundance Film Festival, United States; the Tromsø International Film Festival, Norway; the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France; and others.Internet Movie Database, ibid.
The film was awarded the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival. It also won several other awards including the Ariel Award for Best Short Fiction Film, the Golden Coral for Animation at the 1994 Havana Film Festival and special recognitions at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival and 1996 World Festival of Animated Film Zagreb.
Further prizes include the Blue Ribbon Awards (Best Director), Hochi Film Awards (Special Award) and the Mainichi Film Concurs (Best Screenplay and Best Cinematographer). The film was also voted the best Japanese film of the 1980s by Japanese film critics. On the international front, the film won Honourable Mention at the 31st Berlin International Film Festival in 1981.
Bent Christensen (28 May 1929 – 6 January 1992) was a Danish film director, actor, film producer and screenwriter. His film Harry and the Butler (1961) was named Best Film at the Bodil Awards and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. His 1966 film Neighbours was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.
In 2010, A. Film A/S split into two companies: A. Film Production A/S which continues independent film production and is now located at Dannebrogsgade 1 in Copenhagen, and A. Film A/S under Nordisk Film which manages the rights of the earlier productions. The A. Film group of companies, with A. Film Production A/S as its base, includes the independent studios A. Film Eesti in Tallinn, Estonia (est. 1994) and A. Film L.A., Inc.
Eega is the only Telugu film to receive six nominations at the Madrid International Film Festival, and is the first Indian Best Film nominee. Nominations at the 2013 edition of the film festival included Best Film, Best Supporting Actor (Sudeep), and Best Cinematographer (Senthil Kumar). The film was invited to the 2013 Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in South Korea, and was the fifth foreign-language film shown at the 18th Busan International Film Festival in October 2013.
The film won the Best Film at 4th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival 2014, was nominated for the NETPAC Award at Bengaluru International Film Festival 2014, was an official selection at the International Film Festival of Kerala and an official selection at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival. The film was also selected for the 17th Shanghai film festival in China and as an official entry to Julien Dubuque International Film Festival in the United States.
The world premiere of the film occurred at the 2010 Sydney Film Festival, on 13 June 2010, where it was the only Australian film entered. The film was also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Pusan International Film Festival, the South by Southwest Film Festival and the Torino Film Festival. The film had its theatrical release to cinema in Australian on 3 March 2011 and grossed $52,118 on its opening week in the Australia cinemas.
828 is a film format for still photography. Kodak introduced it in 1935, only a year after 135 film. 828 film was introduced with the Kodak Bantam, a consumer-level camera. Kodak Pony 828, Kodak's last 828 camera in the US.Kodak 828 Film With Tropical Packaging Example frame of 828 format Kodachrome slide film The 828 format uses the same basic film stock as 135 film (standard 35mm film), but the film lacks the sprocket holes of 135.
It had its premiere at Gorakhpur, Hisar, Raipur, Jamshedpur, Allahabad, as part of the Jagran Film Festival in August and September 2019. The film has been selected and screened in the several National and International film festivals including Crownwood International Film Festival, Delhi Film Festival, Apulia Web Fest, Italy KinoDUEL International Film Festival, England, International Short Film Festival Pune Films Infest (New York City), L'Age d'Or International Art-house Film Festival and Ploiesti International Film Festival, Romania.
Lovins on the Soft Path is an award-winning documentary film made by Amory and Hunter Lovins. It received many prizes, including Best Science and Technology Film, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1983; Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1982; Best of the Festival, Environmental Education Film Festival, 1982; Best Energy Film, International Environmental Film Festival, 1982; and Chris Bronze Plaque, Columbus International Film Festival, 1982.Lovins on the Soft Path: A Guide to the Film, RMI, 1985.
Festival's name had changed to Film Festival of Golden Crown Awards in 1989. It became a Short Film Festival of Golden Crown Awards in 1994, then changed its name to Korean Youth Short Film Awards in 1998. In 1999, it was transformed into Independent Film Festival Competition, Korean Independent Short Film Festival, after Korean Film Council was established. From 2002, Korean Independent Film Association cosponsored this festival and the film festival's name was changed to Seoul Independent Film Festival.
Captain Abu Raed () is a 2007 Jordanian Film directed and written by Amin Matalqa. It is the first feature film produced in Jordan in more than 50 years. The Royal Film Commission of Jordan endorsed Captain Abu Raed to be submitted to the 81st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the first ever submitted by Jordan. The film won awards at numerous film festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, Heartland Film Festival, and the Dubai International Film Festival.
He directed another Kosli language film Aadim Vichar released in 2014 and the film won 62nd National Film Awards in Best Feature Film in Odia and also won Best director and Best actor award at 26th Odisha State Film Awards. In 2015,he worked on his next project 'Pahada Ra Luha' and which earned him back-to-back National Film Awards. The film won Best Feature Film in Odia at 63rd National Film Awards in 2015.
Valeska Grisebach studied German literature and philosophy in Berlin, Munich, and Vienna before beginning film studies in Vienna. Grisebach's diploma film Mein Stern (Be My Star) won the International Critics' Award at the Toronto International Film Festival as well as the prize for Best Feature Film at the Turin Film Festival. In 2006, her second film Sehnsucht (Longing) debuted in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. Grisebach's third film Western premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017.
Trained at the National Film Board of Canada and the Canadian Film Centre,"Kidder is chosen for Toronto film centre". Montreal Gazette, November 30, 1988. she made a number of short films in the 1980s and early 1990s. Her 1989 short film Justine's Film (Le film de Justine) screened at the 1989 Toronto International Film Festival, where it received an honorable mention from the Best Canadian Short Film award jury,"Quirky film `most popular' at Toronto festival".
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2012, and has subsequently been screened at the Tokyo International Film Festival, the BFI London Film Festival, the Dubai International Film Festival, the Mumbai Academy of Moving Images, the Brisbane International Film Festival, the Rotterdam International Film Festival and the Hong Kong International Film Festival 2013. The film was screened at Munich and Transylvania where it won the Best Film and Best Cinematography awards. It was also shown at the Sydney Film festival, where Anand Gandhi was invited to be a part of the international jury.
Conversations, Canosa's directorial debut, premiered at the 2005 Telluride Film Festival. The film subsequently played at the Tokyo International Film Festival, Seminci Valladolid International Film Festival, the US Comedy Arts Festival, South by Southwest Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, Hamburg Film Festival, São Paulo International Film Festival, and the Muestra Internacional de Cine. The film's international theatrical premiere was on June 7, 2006 in France. Released by distributor MK2 Diffusion under the title Conversations avec une Femme, the film played theatrically for five months to both box office success and critical acclaim.
Aida Begić (born 9 May 1976) is a Bosnian film director and screenwriter. She graduated in Film and Theater Directing from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo in 2000. Her graduation film "The First Death Experience" has been screened at more than twenty international film festivals. This film participated in the 54th Cannes Film Festival – Official Cinefondation Selection and later received five awards: Best Short Film – 6th Ourense Film Festival, Spain, 2002; Critics' Award – 30th Huesca Film Festival, Spain, 2002; Methexis Award – MedFilm Festival, Italy, 2002; Special Jury Mention – 9th Archipelago New Media Film Festival and Short Film, Italy, 2001.
The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival on April 21, 2018 and had its online premiere on the New York Times Op-Docs and the PBS Series, POV, on October 2, 2018. On October 22, 2018, the film will have its North American, TV broadcast premiere on POV. It has screened at festivals worldwide, including: Tribeca Film Festival, AFI Docs, Raindance Film Festival, Camden International Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, DOC NYC, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, InScience International Science Film Festival Nijmegen, Jackson Hole Science Media Awards, and Original Thinkers, among others.
The first footage of the film released was a four-shot teaser at Film4's pre-Cannes Film Festival party, with The Guardian noting that the teaser "wowed" the partygoers (including Venice Film Festival artistic director Marco Mueller who was present to scout films for his festival). The film premiered in competition at the 2011 Venice Film Festival and appeared at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival as a Special Presentation. It was also shown at the London Film Festival, Zurich Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, and the Leeds Film Festival. The film was released in the UK on 11 November.
The producers used the following tagline to market the film: :Cupid just turned eight. The film was first presented at the Netherlands Film Festival on September 29, 2002. It opened in Argentina on March 12, 2003 at the Mar del Plata Film Festival, and opened wide in the country on September 11, 2003. The film was shown at various film festivals, including: the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands; the Cinémas d'Amérique Latine de Toulouse, France; the Cannes Film Festival, France; the Seattle International Film Festival, USA; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the London Film Festival, UK; and others.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Along with a Telugu dubbed version titled Yamapasham, the film was released theatrically on 19 February 2016. Miruthan has also been screened at multiple film festivals such as the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, the Fantasia International Film Festival (the second Tamil film after Enthiran to get selected for this festival), the MOTELx - Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, the Morbido Film Fest, the Sitges Film Festival, the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival and the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. Later, Jayam Ravi introduced plans to make the sequel Miruthan 2 as a superhero film so as to cater to younger audiences as well.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non- Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
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Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
The film premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose. It then screened at the Philadelphia Film Festival before its limited release in Canada in September, 2008. It also screened at the Oldenburg International Film Festival, the Boston Underground Film Festival, the Toronto After Dark Film Festival, the Tallgrass Film Festival, CMJ Film Festival, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, the Chicago International Music and Movie Festival, and the Wisconsin Film Festival. The film was released in Canada on DVD on April 14, 2009 by Koch International, and on DVD in the United States by Indiepix in October 2009.
Awards were divided into feature films and non-feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
Awards were divided into feature films and non- feature films. President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film is now better known as National Film Award for Best Feature Film, whereas President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film is analogous to today's National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. For children's films, Prime Minister's Gold Medal is now given as National Film Award for Best Children's Film. At the regional level, President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film is now given as National Film Award for Best Feature Film in a particular language.
In 1998, she wrote, directed, animated, and produced the short film When Ponds Freeze Over. The film went on to win various awards, including the Genie Award in 1999 for Best Short Film, the John Spotton Award at the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival for Best Canadian Short film, the Best Animated film Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival, the Best Canadian Film at the Atlantic Film Festival, and the Vanguard Award for Experimentation at the Laguna Beach International Film Festival. Her 1999 film Clothesline Patch won a Gemini Award in 2002 for Best Dramatic Program. It was also the winner of the People's Choice Award at the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, The Bronze Plaque at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival, and the Best Dramatic Film Award at Cinequest International Film Festival in San Jose, California.
Dark Arc premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2004 and was shown at other festivals including Cinequest, The Calgary International Film Festival, The Edmonton International Film Festival, The Quebec City International Film Festival, The Charlotte Film Festival, The Portobello Film Festival, the Nickel Independent Film and Video Festival and the American Cinematheque Festival of Film Noir. Called "Absolutely brilliant...truly and completely different...something you've never tasted before" by the Film Threat writer Eric Campos,Film Threat review the film was named one of Film Threat's "Indies to look out for in 2006". The leading actress, Sarah Strange, was nominated for "Best Lead Performance - Female in a Feature Length Drama" at the 2005 BC Film Industry Leo Awards for her role in the film. In August 2010, the film was released on DVD by Vanguard Cinema.
Bulajic has earned best director or best film awards at the Sitges Film Festival in Catalonia , Cairo Film Festival, Vancouver Film Festival, Saint Petersburg International Film Festival, Florence Film Festival, Avelin Film Festival, Cuneu Film Festival, Dok Leipzig film festival, San Sebastian International Film Festival and the International Film Festival of India (formerly known as the New Delhi Film Festival). In 2008, the Manaki brothers International Film Festival awarded him a Special Award Golden Camera 300 for his contributions to world cinema. . In 2010, the Commission of the 32nd Moscow International Film Festival included Battle of Neretva in its list of the 10 most important films ever made about World War II. This put the film in the company of masterpieces such as The Bridge on the River Kwai by David Lean and Empire of the Sun by Steven Spielberg.
The film has won the National Award for the Best Marathi Feature Film at The 60th National Film Awards (India). The film has premiered in the Mumbai International Film Festival 2012 organized by MAMI, Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image after which it has been screened in prominent Film Festivals like the Pune International Film Festival 2012,Bangalore International Film Festival (BIFF) 2012, Chennai International Film Festival 2012. The film has also been screened at New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) 2012 with four nominations for Best Film, Ratnakar Matkari for Best Screenplay, Praharsh Naik as Best Child Artist And Supriya Vinod for Best Actress, The film has been honored with the Prahhar Bhushan Award conferred by Prahar. The film was screened recently at the Stuttgart Indian Film Festival 2013 and received wide appreciation and applause.
Phang directed, wrote and edited a short film entitled Advantageous (2012) - the basis of the 2015 feature film of the same name - which imagined various scenarios and stories that took place in the future. The film won a Best Science Fiction Film award at the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival and also the Golden Reel Award for Best Short Film at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival. It was also nominated for "Best Short Film" at Fantastic Fest, the Cleveland International Film Festival, the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film Festival, the Asian American International Film Festival, the San Diego Asian Film Festival, the San Diego Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, and the Urbanworld Film Festival. Other short films that Phang directed include Midnight Boycow (2007) starring Rex Lee and Love, Ltd.
Closed Curtain is Panahi's second film since his 20-year ban on filmmaking after 2011's This Is Not a Film. The film was selected as the closing film of the 2013 Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Considered a landmark film in the history of Quebec and Canadian cinema, the film won the Canadian Film Award for Best Feature Film at the 16th Canadian Film Awards."LES BIOGRAPHIES > Claude Jutra". Cinématheque Québécoise, April 2014.
Although this title suggests the film to be a sequel to the 1999 Nicolas Cage film 8mm, the film has no connective elements relating it to the first 8mm film. The film was shot entirely in Budapest.
Pokrajina št. 2 (Landscape No. 2) is a 2008 Slovenian film directed by Vinko Möderndorfer. The film appeared at the 65th Venice International Film Festival. It won the best film award at the 11th Slovenian Film Festival.
The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam and three Kerala State Film Awards—Best Film, Best Director and Best Story (Sreeraman). Vasthuhara was the last work of Aravindan before his death.
Kadamtole Krishna Nache (Assamese: কদমতলে কৃষ্ণ নাচে) is an Assamese drama film directed by Suman Haripriya. This film was released on 2 September 2005. This film was awarded as Best Assamese Film in 53rd National Film Awards.
The film also deals with the issue of exploitation of women in the performing arts, especially in travelling folk theatre. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film at the 14th National Film Awards.
The film premiered at the Morelia International Film Festival in November of 2012 and later showed at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The film was also screened in the International Film Festival Rotterdam, on January 25, 2013.
Gastaldi described the film as a "nasty film about nasty times". The film was shot at Rizzoli Film in Rome and on location in Rome and Milan.
Director Jesse Johnson won the Best Picture award Action On Film International Film Festival. The film also won for Best Action Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Score.
The film was well-received by international film critics. Many reviewers favourably compared the film to Kafka's work. Czechoslovak communist critics attacked the film on ideological basis.
Syed Salahuddin Zaki is a Bangladeshi film director, producer and film writer. He won the Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Dialogue for the film Ghuddi (1980).
Section 71 renames the Film Censor as the Director of Film Classification and consequent to this, the Irish Film Censor's Office became the Irish Film Classification Office.
The film also was a commercial success. Ashish Vidyarthi was Vishnu (the mafia leader) in this film. The film is an adaptation of the Telugu film Siva.
The San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Foreign Language Film is one of the annual film awards given by the San Diego Film Critics Society.
The film won Best Film at the New York Latino Film Festival. The film won Critics' Pick from both The New York Times and New York Magazine.
Dileepan, also known as Dhileban, is an Indian film actor, currently working in the Tamil film industry. He made his film debut with the 2013 film, Vathikuchi.
Beirut Hotel (, ) the third long feature film by Lebanese director Danielle Arbid, is a 2011 Lebanese film. The film premiered during the 2011 Locarno International Film Festival.
She also directed and shot 'the making of' film on Gavison's film Lost and Found. Her debut film Camping competed at the Berlin International Film Festival, 2007.
It also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Telluride Film Festival, and the BFI London Film Festival. The film was released on November 11, 2016.
The Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film is one of the annual film awards given by the Boston Society of Film Critics.
The film premiered at the 2017 International Film Festival Rotterdam and won awards at the 2017 Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival and 2018 5th Wildflower Film Awards.
Athirah is a 2016 Indonesian drama film directed by Riri Riza. The film won five awards at the Indonesian Film Festival in 2017, including Best Feature Film.
The film received the special jury prize (Horizons) at the 2019 Venice Film Festival and was the only Southeast Asian film to feature in the film festival.
The film was released on 2017. It also was screened at H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Oregon, FearNYC Film Festival and Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival.
This film won Bangladesh National Film Award in 8 categories including Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Actress.
The film won the 1998 Best Feature Film Award at the Paris Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival.
The film is featured in the Global Lens 2011 film series, sponsored by The Global Film Initiative.
The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival and was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The film won awards at the Mainichi Film Awards for Best Art Direction and Best Film Score.
The film won the Teddy Award for Best Documentary Film at the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival.
The Courmayeur Noir Film Festival is a film noir film festival, held each December in Courmayeur, Italy.
The film ultimately bombed at the box office, but the film has become a strong cult film.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Actress is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The film won Karnataka State Film Awards for Best Regional Language Film, Best Director, and Best Singer.
He started his career as a composer in the film industry through the film Frozen (2007 film).
The film got 1995 National Film Awards for best feature film in Malayalam and best background score.
The film was selected for competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and 2016 Nashville Film Festival.
The 2008 Taiwanese film Cape No. 7, the top-grossing film in Taiwan's film history, features Hengchun.
Joe Lynch is an American film director and music video director, film producer, cinematographer, and film actor.
In 2007, the film won the Big Golden Arena for Best Film at the Pula Film Festival.
The film was nominated for the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 1987 Berlin Film Festival.
Anmol Sitaare is a 1982 Bollywood film. The film was a remake of Kannada film Prachanda Putanigalu.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Music is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Cinematography is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Screenplay is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
European Film Award for Best Film has been awarded annually since 1988 by the European Film Academy.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Director is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The film also marks the debut of veteran Hindi film actor Naseeruddin Shah in Marathi film industry.
The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil - President's Silver Medal in 1965.
The world premiere of Rocket Science was held on January 19, 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was subsequently screened at the European Film Market, U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, AFI Dallas International Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Maui Film Festival, Provincetown International Film Festival, Nantucket Film Festival, and Edinburgh International Film Festival before its theatrical release on August 10, 2007. Rocket Science had a limited theatrical release in the United States, initially playing only in selected theaters in New York City and Los Angeles. In its debut week beginning August 10, it was the week's second highest- grossing independent film after 2 Days in Paris, earning US$58,536 across six screens with a per-screen average of $9,756.
Parkpoom Wongpoom graduated from the Department of Film and Video, Faculty of Communication Arts at Rangsit University in 2000. His first short film, the 8-minute Luang Ta (Old Monk), was shown at many film festivals, including the Thai Short Film and Video Festival, the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the Singapore International Film Festival and the Pusan International Short Film Festival. It won the Best Director and Best Thai Short Film awards at the Bangkok Film Festival in 2001. Parkpoom's second film, In the Eyes, a 14-minute short about a boy's first sexual experience, was also featured at many festivals, including the Asiexpo in Lyon, France, the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, the Pusan International Film Festival, the Canadian World Wide Short Film Festival, Flickerfest in Australia and the Solothurn Film Festival.
Prior to the film's theatrical release in 2001, the film was shown at various film festivals around the United States, including the Hawaii International Film Festival in November 2000. American film critic Roger Ebert, in attendance, was given a private screening of the film and gave the film a "thumbs up." The Debut won the 2000 HIFF Audience Award for Best Feature Film, beating out heavily favored Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The film was also awarded Best Feature Film honors by the 2000 San Diego Asian Film Festival.
She also compares how the film replays specific sequences, each with narrative or stylistic revisions, to "a Groundhog Day of pilot filmmaking." The film is an official entry for the 2011 Vancouver International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Tokyo International Film Festival, and the Far East Film Festival. The film was chosen by the Film Academy of the Philippines to represent the Philippines in the Best Foreign Language Film category of the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
6 in its best international film school rankings (it included U.S.-based film schools) and no.3 in its 2014 best international film school rankings (it excluded U.S.-based film schools). Its alumni have won three of the world's most prestigious film prizes - Cannes Film Festival's Golden Palm, Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion and Berlin International Film Festival's Golden Bear - ten times, making it the most rewarded film school in the world, preceding the Beijing Film Academy and the Tisch School of the Arts of New York City, in winning those three prizes.
The film was shot on location throughout Manitoba, including Winnipeg, Hartney, Landmark, and Lake Winnipeg. The film premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival and was shown at Cinefest Sudbury, the Calgary Film Festival, the Edmonton International Film Festival, the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Possible Worlds Film Festival, the Palm Springs International Film Festival, the Female Eye Film Festival, and the Method Fest Independent Film Festival before going into theatrical release in Canada on May 9, 2008 and in the United States on July 11, 2008.
Kampmeier made her first feature film Virgin starring Elisabeth Moss and Robin Wright Penn for $65,000 in 2003. The film picked up awards at the Hamptons Film Festival, Sedona Film Festival, Santa Fe Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto. The film was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards, the John Cassevetes Award and a best actress award for Moss. Kampmeier's film Hounddog debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2007 in the dramatic category, where it was nominated for the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.
Kosovo became the 33rd member of this network organisation. In 2014 Kosovo Cinematography Center got accepted at the “Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences” that organizes the ceremony of “Oscar” awards.European Film PromotionMinistry of foreign affairs, The Republic of Kosovo Kosovo has participated in different international film festivals such as: Berlin International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Monterrey international film festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Abu Dhabi Film Festival, Winterthur Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival, Warsaw International Film Festival etc. It has also won prizes in many of them.
The film was also showcased at the Pusan International Film Festival, Regus London Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, International Film Festival of India, Braunschweig International Film Festival, and High Falls Film Festival. At the International Film Festival of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, it won the Gold prize, awarded to the best film screened that year. Rahul Bose said that when the film was showcased at the Geneva festival, it was seen and liked by Kofi Annan, the United Nations Secretary-General. Back home in India, Mr. and Mrs.
Starring Julia () is a 2012 Lebanese short film written and directed by Elie Fahed. The short film premiered at the Beirut International Film Festival in 2012 where it got the Orbit Special Jury Prize, and traveled the world after it, taking part in the Baghdad International Film Festival, Menar Film Festivalin Bulgaria, Mizna's 8th Twin Cities Arab Film Festival, FICMEC 5th edition, Notre Dame University – Louaize International Film Festival, Outbox Film Festival, and won the "Best Student Short Film" award at the Monaco Charity Film Festival in 2013.
Phillip's directorial debut was the award-winning sci-fi/horror short film REM which she also wrote and acted in. The film was officially selected for many international film festival screenings including "Fantasia", Montreal and "Horror Hound", Cincinnati, and notably at the 51st Worldfest, Houston where the film won a Platinum REMI award. Phillips's was nominated Best Director (Short Film) at the Ouchy Film Awards, Lausanne, Switzerland and Best Actress (Short Film) at the Madrid International Film Festival 2017. The film received 7 nominations at the Short Film Awards (S.
The film was the Grand Prize winner of The Doorpost Film Project. In 2010, the film also won two awards as the Best Short Film at the 2010 Method Fest Independent Film Festival. Butterfly Circus also won the best short film award at The Feel Good Film Festival in Hollywood in 2010. Nick Vujicic, an international motivational and evangelistic speaker from Australia who has tetra-amelia syndrome, debuted in film and received the Best Actor in Short Film award at the 2010 Method Fest Independent Film Festival, for his starring performance as Will.
His third feature film Devaki, starring Perizaad Zorabian and Suman Ranganathan, two Bollywood actresses, in English and Hindi was released in 2006. The film was selected and screened at the Indian Osean section of the 7th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival. The film was in the competition section in the Temecula Valley International Film Festival and the Idaho International Film Festival. It also won the Best Feature Film Award at the Asheville Film Festival. Kantatar, the fourth feature film directed by Bandopadhyay was selected in the Asian competition of the 7th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival.
Subsequently, the film was released in the United States, Sri Lanka and on Channel Four in the UK, and also shown in several international film festivals, including, Zanzibar International Film Festival, 1998, World Film Festival National Films from South Festival Denmark, 1998, Beirut International Film Festival, 1998, Fiminale International Film Festival, Koln Germany, 1998, Soria Mora Film Festival, Oslo, 1998, and Indian Film Week in Hong Kong, 2000.Train to Pakistan NFDC Besides critical acclaim, it was also nominated for Best Film at the 1999 Cinequest Film Festival.Awards IMDb.
Filmistaan () is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language comedy film written and directed by Nitin Kakkar. It was screened at the 17th Busan International Film Festival, the Mumbai Film Festival, and the International Film Festival of Kerala, where it won the Silver Crow Pheasant Award for best debut. It won the Best Feature Film in Hindi in the 60th National Film Awards 2012. Filmistaan was screened internationally at the 24th Palm Springs International Film Festival, 23rd Tromsø International Film Festival, 36th Göteborg International Film Festival, and 5th Jaipur International Film Festival.
When the film had its premiere in November 2005 in Portland Oregon. This film has been showcased in many film festivals across the globe including; Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, Palm Beach International Film Festival, Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival, Seattle Human Rights Film Festival, and Northwest Film & Video Festival. In addition to broadcast on US public television the film has aired on the History Channel Asia, Free Speech television in the US and on select national channels in Europe, including national broadcast on TV2 in Sweden.
After its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival 2013, the film traveled to various film festivals including the Tribeca Film Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, the Motovun Film Festival and the London Raindance Film Festival. The film received backing for commercial released when Phantom Films, co-owned by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane and Vikas Bahl, with funding from international sources, signed on to present the film. In end July, The film's trailer was released by director-producer Anurag Kashyap in Mumbai. The film was commercially released on 22 August 2014.
My Last Day Without You is an independent feature film starring Nicole Beharie and Ken Duken, and directed by Stefan Schaefer. It was written by Schaefer and Christoph Silber, and produced by Diane Crespo, Silber and Schaefer and their companies Cicala Filmworks and Silver Shepherd. Festival screenings include, among others: Brooklyn International Film Festival, Oldenburg International Film Festival, Heartland Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Lone Star Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Sedona International Film Festival, and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. The film opened in the US on Oct.
Other festivals in which it screened include the 2006 Ann Arbor Film Festival, the 2006 Boston Underground Film Festival, the 2005 Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival, the 2006 Florida Film Festival, the 2006 and 2007 Hi Mom! Film Festivals, the 2006 Melbourne International Animation Festival, the 2005 Pawtucket Film Festival, the 2006 Philadelphia Film Festival, the 2006 Reel Women International Film Festival, and the 2006 Seattle International Film Festival. Additionally, it was selected as one of three short films to be screened in June 2006, as part of Slamdance Film Festival's online Anarchy competition.
The Diamond Film () is a film award recognising domestic box office achievements in the Netherlands. The Diamond Film is awarded to films from the Netherlands once they have sold 1,000,000 cinema tickets or more during the original circulation. The award is initiated by the Netherlands Film Festival and the Netherlands Film Fund in addition to the Golden Film for 100,000 visitors, the Platinum Film for 400,000 visitors, and the Crystal Film for 10,000 visitors of a documentary film. The first Diamond Film was awarded to Black Book (2006) on 31 January 2007.
This film was screened in the Marché du Film Cannes Film Market during the Cannes Film Festival in April 2006. Aishwarya Rai was present with director Jag Mundhra to promote the film through press conferences and parties. In June, the film opened the 2006 International Indian Film Academy Film Festival in Dubai. The screening was attended by Bollywood personalities including Amitabh Bachan and Shabana Azmi, as well as by international media.
Mary is a 2005 drama thriller film, written and directed by American director Abel Ferrara. The film stars Juliette Binoche, Forest Whitaker, Marion Cotillard, Matthew Modine and Heather Graham. The film premiered at the 2005 Venice Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize as well as 3 smaller awards. The film also played at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival, Deauville Film Festival and San Sebastián International Film Festival.
Imogene Wolodarsky at the film's premiere at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival After premiering at Sundance, the film was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics for major territories in North America and Europe. The film has played at several film festivals including the Deauville American Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, and the Vancouver International Film Festival. The film was released on June 19, 2015, by Sony Pictures Classics.
Sheetal's debut film When Harry Tries to Marry has become a festival darling. It has won Best Audience Award, Best Crossover Film, and Best New Talent at London Asian Film Festival. It also won Best Feature Film (Comedy) at Jersey Shore Film Festival. The film was a marquee screening of the Austin Film Festival, where it had its World Premiere, and its international premiere was at Mumbai Film Festival.
Castro has also collaborated with filmmaker Pedro Almodovar and photographer Nan Goldin, both of which have greatly influenced his work. Castro's films have been Officially Selected in Palm Springs International Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival Malaga Film Festival, Guanajuato International Film Festival, Mexico Fashion Film Festival, New York Independent Film Festival, Medellin Fashion Film Festival, Canadian Fashion Film Festival, among others. Castro lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
In the Turn is a 2014 documentary film directed by Erica Tremblay. It was produced by Tremblay, Bernard Parham, and Bodie Scott-Orman. The film won Best New Mavericks Feature at the Atlanta Film Festival and awards at several LGBT film festivals. It was also shown at about fifty different film festivals including Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival, Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, and the Ottawa International Film Festival.
Castillo first appeared in the 2005 short film Immaculate Perception. He acted in several other short films until his feature film debut role as Ignacio in the 2007 independent film, Amexicano. The film was screened at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival and won the Jury Award for producer/director Matthew Bonifacio in the category of Narrative Film at the 2007 Sonoma Valley Film Festival. The film was released theatrically in 2008.
The Zentropa-produced film was screened at Riga International Film Festival, Beijing International Film Festival, Saint-Quentin Ciné-Jeune Film Festival, Paris Cine Junior, Göteborg International Film Festival, and won the Youth Jury Award for Best Picture at the 2013 Vlissingen, Film by the Sea Festival, and the Oecumenical Prize at the 2013 Kiev Molodist International Film Festival. It was selected for the Forum at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival.
The film was panned by a generation of Malay film reviewers accustomed to the typical Malay film format. However, three out of four established film critics in the country voted it the best film of the year in Malaysia in 1983. The film represented Malaysia at two international film festivals. Zulzamri who played the character of Din won the Best Child Actor Award at the Malaysian National Film Festival.
Christmas in the Clouds is a 2001 comedy film about a ski resort owned and operated by a Native American tribe. Featured at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, the film went on to receive Best Competition Feature Film at the Austin Film Festival and Best Native American-Theme Film at the Santa Fe Film Festival.Christmas in the Clouds (2001) - Awards< The film was released in theaters and on DVD in 2005.
Suleiman won the Black Pearl prize for best Middle Eastern narrative film at the Middle Eastern Film Festival in Abu Dhabi on October 17, 2009. The film won the Critics' Prize from the Argentinean Film Critics Association at Mar del Plata International Film Festival. His latest film, It Must Be Heaven, competed in the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and had its North American premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
Bite was released in 2015 at the Fantasia International Film Festival, Fantasy Filmfest, Film4 Fright Fest, Mile High Horror Film Festival, Sitges Film Festival, Lund International Fantastic Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, Tucson Terrorfest, Night Visions Film Festival, Another Hole in the Head Film Festival, Monster Fest. Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival, and Texas Frightmare Weekend. A subtitled version was released in Madrid, Spain on June 7, 2016.
The Golden Film () is a film award recognizing domestic box office achievements in the Netherlands. The Golden Film is awarded to films from the Netherlands once they have sold . The award is an initiative by the Netherlands Film Festival and the Netherlands Film Fund to increase media attention for Dutch films. For each awarded film there is one trophy for the film crew and another for the film cast.
It was premiered at the 28th Fajr International Film Festival, and was internationally released in 2010 at 15th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. It was screened at the 7th Dubai International Film Festival,Entry at Dubai International Film Festival . Dubai International Film Festival and was the inaugural film at the International Film Festival of Kerala. It was also screened at the International Film Festival of India.
In 2015, Pinvidic's film Why I'm Not on Facebook won a Manhattan Film Festival Award. In 2016, his film Why I'm Not on Pokémon Go won multiple awards, including Best Documentary Short at the Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival, Best Documentary Short Film at the Move Me Productions Film Festival, the Silver Award at the Spotlight Short Film Awards, and an Award of Recognition at Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival.
The film was first featured at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 22, 2002. It opened in Argentina on April 25, 2002. It was screened at various film festivals, including: the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema; the Sydney Film Festival, Australia; the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the AFI Film Festival, United States; the Angers Film Festival, France; and others.
The film was first presented at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival on May 21 in the Un Certain Regard section. It opened in Argentina on September 19, 2002. The picture was screened at various film festivals, including: the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Chicago International Film Festival, United States; the Bergen International Film Festival, Norway; the Stockholm International Film, Sweden; and others.
There are 850 members (variously full, associated or honorary, Romanian or foreign). Its fourteen associations representing the basic film professions: film directors, directors of photography, film actors, set and costume designers, soundtrack creators, film critics, script-writers, film animators, film editors, film producers, film promoters, chemical engineers, make-up artists, and stuntmen. They also operate Cinema Studio, a cinema at Bulevardul Magheru Gheorghe 29, Bucharest.Listings for Cinema Studio, Şapte Seri.
Langan's first student film, Snail, premiered at Ann Arbor Film Festival in March 2007. His undergraduate thesis film, Doxology, has received widespread acclaim, winning fourteen awards at over eighty film festivals worldwide. Slamdance Film Festival commissioned Langan to complete a short film in 2008. The resulting film, Dahlia, which premiered at the festival the following year, has since screened at film festivals around the world and appeared on Showtime.
The Banquet had its international premiere at the Venice Film Festival,"Venice critics want a more Chinese 'Banquet'" , Xinhua, 5 September 2006. where it received the Future Film Festival Digital Award.63rd Venice Film Festival – 2006 Awards, Alternative Film Guide (retrieved 23 October 2006). Parts of the film had been previewed by film buyers during the 2006 Cannes Film Festival in May, where a promotional event for the film was hosted.
26th London Film Critics Circle Awards 8 February 2006 \---- Film of the Year: Brokeback Mountain \---- British Film of the Year: The Constant Gardener The 26th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2005, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 8 February 2006.
The film received three Vancouver Film Critics Circle award nominations at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2001, for Best Canadian Film, Best Actor in a Canadian Film (Riley) and Best Director of a Canadian Film (Currie).Glen Schaefer, "Memento tops with local critics". The Province, January 31, 2002.
Lu Chuan won Achievement in Directing for the film at 3rd Asia Pacific Screen Awards and Best Director Award at 4th Asian Film Awards. The film won Best Film and Best Cinematography Awards at 57th San Sebastian Film Festival. Lu's historical film The Last Supper was released in 2012.
The film was named Best Film of 2009 by the Belgian Film Critics Association (UCC) winning the André Cavens Award. Emmanuelle Devos received Best Female Performance at the 26th Torino Film Festival. The film was also nominated for the Grand Prix at the Flanders International Film Festival Ghent.
18th London Film Critics Circle Awards 5 March 1998 \---- Film of the Year: L.A. Confidential \---- British Film of the Year: The Full Monty The 18th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1997, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 5 March 1998.
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The assistants were S.M. Hasan, Mahesh Taavre and Girish Rao. The film won the National Film Award for Best Educational Film., and it was the first film from the animation studios of then Center for Education Technology. The film also won the Best Children's Film award in Japan.
27th London Film Critics Circle Awards 8 February 2007 \---- Film of the Year: United 93 \---- British Film of the Year: The Queen The 27th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2006, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 8 February 2007.
29th London Film Critics Circle Awards 4 February 2009 \---- Film of the Year: The Wrestler \---- British Film of the Year: Slumdog Millionaire The 29th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2008, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 4 February 2009.
30th London Film Critics Circle Awards 18 February 2010 \---- Film of the Year: A Prophet \---- British Film of the Year: Fish Tank The 30th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2009, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 18 February 2010.
20th London Film Critics Circle Awards 2 March 2000 \---- Film of the Year: American Beauty \---- British Film of the Year: East Is East The 20th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1999, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 2 March 2000.
Other official selection for festivals include Dharamshala International Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. The film was nominated for the Netpac Award at the 2018 Rotterdam International Film Festival. The film was released on 24 November 2017. Ajji is now available on Netflix.
16th London Film Critics Circle Awards March 8, 1996 \---- Film of the Year: Babe \---- British Film of the Year: The Madness of King George The 16th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1995, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1996.
The Perfect Wedding was an official selection at the Sarasota Film Festival (2012), the Spokane International Film Festival (2013), the Garden State Film Festival (2013), the North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (2013), the Indiana LGBT Film Festival (2013), and the Long Island Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (2013).
The film documents the process of gold mining. The film won the Canadian Film Award for Best Theatrical Short Film at the 8th Canadian Film Awards in 1956.Maria Topalovich, And the Genie Goes To...: Celebrating 50 Years of the Canadian Film Awards. Stoddart Publishing, 2000. . pp. 33-35.
The film received two Vancouver Film Critics Circle nominations at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2013, for Best Canadian Documentary and Best British Columbia Film. At the 2014 Yorkton Film Festival, the film received two Golden Sheaf Awards: Best Documentary (Science/Nature/Technology), and Best Director (Non-Fiction).
Prem Adda is an Indian Kannada language action film. Prem,Meka Murali Krishna and Kriti Kharbanda are in the lead roles of the film. The film is directed by Mahesh Babu and the film music is scored by V. Harikrishna. The film is the remake of Tamil film Subramaniapuram.
21st London Film Critics Circle Awards 15 February 2001 \---- Film of the Year: Being John Malkovich \---- British Film of the Year: Billy Elliot The 21st London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2000, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 15 February 2001.
It won several awards and nominations in few film festivals. The film won 12 awards in the 2018 Silwerskerm Film Festival including the Best Film Accolade. The record haul of 12 awards is regarded as the highest tally ever recorded for a single film at an Afrikaans film festival.
After its premiere at Tribeca Film Festival in 2014, it found distribution from Starz Digital, and was released in theaters on July 10, 2015. The film went on to screen at the Frameline Film Festival, the Miami LGBT Film Festival, Montclair Film Festival, and the Seattle International Film Festival.
I have no other choice.” Rivlin's film Grace Paley: Collected Shorts (2010) was awarded Best Documentary and Audience Award at the Woodstock Film festival as well as at the Starz Denver Film Festival, Washington Jewish Film Festival and others. The film was nominated for the Gotham Film Prize.
The film won the Best Documentary Award at the Hawaii International Film Festival and the Earthwatch Film Award. It screened at over forty film festivals, including the Sundance Film Festival. It is in the permanent film collections at the Museum of Modern Art and the UCLA/Sundance Collection.
The film won the Genie Award for Best Theatrical Short Film at the 17th Genie Awards."Genie awards names Lilies best film". Vancouver Sun, November 28, 1996. At the San Francisco International Film Festival in 1996, the film won the Gold Spire Award for Best Film Under 15 Minutes.
David Quinlan is an English film critic, journalist, film historian and author. Quinlan was the film critic for TV Times from 1972 to 2006. Other contributions to film periodicals include Films Illustrated, Photoplay, Films and Filming and Film Review. (author notes) He co-edits the film review website PicturesThatTalk.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was shown at the Seattle International Film Festival before going into limited release in the US. It later was shown at the Reykjavik International Film Festival, the Raindance Film Festival in the UK, and the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival.
Yagam is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by Sivan. The film stars Kalpana, Aranmula Ponnamma, Babu Namboothiri and Jalaja in the lead roles. The film has musical score by M. G. Radhakrishnan. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam.
Film Digest November/December 1966 WEA Film Study Group. Occasionally the WEA Film Study Group and the Sydney University Film Group have combined to present film screenings. These have included The Siege of Pinchgut (1959), in July 1965, presented at Margaret St., Sydney.Insert in Sydney University Film Group Bulletin.
Netherland Dwarf is a 2008 Australian short drama film written and directed by David Michod. The film had its world premiere at the Sydney Film Festival on 16 June 2008 and also screened at number of film festivals including Sundance Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival in 2009.
Halvorssen executive produced Hammer & Tickle, a film about the power of humor, ridicule, and satire as the language of truth under Soviet tyranny. This film premiered at Tribeca in 2006. The film won Best New Documentary Film at the Zurich Film Festival.Closing Night of the 2nd Zurich Film Festival.
33rd London Film Critics Circle Awards 20 January 2013 \---- Film of the Year: Amour \---- British Film of the Year: Berberian Sound Studio The 33rd London Film Critics' Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2012, were announced by the London Film Critics' Circle on 20 January 2013.
The film won 4 awards at the 2017 Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Feature Film of the year. The film had its World Premiere at the New York Indian Film Festival on May 11, 2018. The film was released on Eros Now as an Original in November, 2018.
23rd London Film Critics Circle Awards February 12, 2003 \---- Film of the Year: About Schmidt \---- British Film of the Year: All or Nothing The 23rd London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2002, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 12 February 2003.
22nd London Film Critics Circle Awards 13 February 2002 \---- Film of the Year: Moulin Rouge! \---- British Film of the Year: Gosford Park The 22nd London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2001, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle on 13 February 2002.
35th London Film Critics Circle Awards 18 January 2015 \---- Film of the Year: Boyhood \---- British Film of the Year: Under the Skin The 35th London Film Critics' Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 2014, were announced by the London Film Critics' Circle on 18 January 2015.
The film was screened and discussed at Autism Cymru 2nd international conference in May 2006 as well as the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, among others. It was also the opening night screening for the Berlin Film Festival.
The Trouble with Bliss won Best Narrative Feature at the 2011 San Diego Film Festival. It was the opening- night film at the 2011 Naples International Film Festival and at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival. The film was nominated for Best Editing at the 2011 Woodstock Film Festival.
Sitora Shokhinovna Alieva () – film expert, director of the IFF “Faces of love” and the IIF Sochi, artistic director of the largest Russian national film festival “Kinotavr”, Russian Ministry of Culture film expert, lecturer at film schools and universities, juror at numerous film festivals, including Berlinale, Venice Film Festival, etc.
Billy Blazes, Esq. is a 1919 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. The film was a parody of Westerns of the time. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the British Film Institute.
Big Bullet () is a 1996 Hong Kong action film directed, produced and co- written by Benny Chan. The film won awards for film editing at the 1996 Golden Horse Film Festival and the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards.
11th London Film Critics Circle Awards 1991 \---- Film of the Year: Crimes and Misdemeanors The 11th London Film Critics Circle Awards, honouring the best in film for 1990, were announced by the London Film Critics Circle in 1991.
"United Gates of America broadcasts" Ask-adders.com; Adam Leach. (backstage.bbc.co.uk). The film also appeared at the 2007 Ann Arbor Film Festival, the USA Film Festival, and the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.Films listing Ann Arbor Film Festival 2007.
The film won two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Family Film, and the Best Character Actor Award for Seetha and an award at the Women Directors' film festival in Kerala.
The film released on 7 November 2014. This film won the Karnataka State Film Award for Second Best Film. This film was a blockbuster at the Sandalwood box office, but did not perform well in Tamil and Telugu.
The film wrapped production the middle of 2008 and made waves in the festival circuit having screenings in the Austin Film Festival, the Hollywood Film Festival, the St. Louis International Film Festival, and the Cedar Rapids Film Festival.
The film made its worldwide premiere at the 2020 Bentonville Film Festival. The film also premiered at the 2020 KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. It was also featured at the Outfest LA Film Festival in August 2020.
Shanghai Panic screened at various international festivals, including San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Beijing Queer Film Festival, Film Fest Gent and Berlin International Film Festival. Cheng won the Dragon and Tigers Award at Vancouver International Film Festival.
The film was screened at the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), Goa in 2017. The film also won special jury award for best regional film at the 5th Rajasthan International Film Festival (RIFF), Jaipur in 2018.
The philosophy of film is a branch of aesthetics within the discipline of philosophy that seeks to understand the most basic questions regarding film. Philosophy of film has significant overlap with film theory, a branch of film studies.
Abak Prithibi is a 1959 Bengali film directed by Bishu Chakraborty. This film produced by Tarun Kumar,who was also Bengali film actor. This film written by Bishu Chakraborty. The film has been music composed by Amal Mukherjee.
The film premiered in the United States on August 13, 1982. It was screened at various film festivals, including: the Venice Film Festival, Italy; the Toronto International Film Festival, Canada; the Davao City Film Festival, Philippines; and others.
The Last Outlaw is a 1919 American short Western film directed by John Ford. Only the first reel of the film survives, in the British Film Institute film archive and in the Museum of Modern Art film archive.
The film was released on 12 December 2014. Only one showing of the film was premiered at Olympus Cinema. The film was later screened at the Venice Film Festival. The film opened to a positive response from critics.
Nominations include "Best Short Film" at the 2016 Boston Film Festival, the "Golden Knight" Award at the 2016 Golden Knight Malta International Film Festival, "Best Director - Short Film" at the 2015 Sydney Indie Film Festival and "Best Director" at the 2017 Red Dirt International Film Festival for Colt 13. Also "Best Short Short" at the 2012 Action On Film International Film Festival, "Best Short Narrative" at the 2012 Denver Underground Film Festival for Hit and Run and "Best Action Sequence in a Short Film" at the 2011 Action On Film International Film Festival for his short film The End. In 2020 McKay launched his own production company 'Born In Blacktown', a tribute to the Western Sydney neighbourhood he hails from. His feature debut is in development.
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain had its world premiere at the 14th Annual South Asian International Film Festival held in New York City on 15 December 2017. where it won the Audience Choice Best Film Award. In India Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain was the opening film of Jaipur International Film Festival 2018 which took place between 6 January 2018 – 10 January 2018. In March 2018, the film was selected to be a part of the Five Continents International Film Festival held in Venezuela and won awards in the categories of Best Indie Feature Film, Best Lead Actress Feature Film, Best Supporting Actress Feature Film, Best Cinematography Feature Film, Best Original Music Feature Film, Best Director Feature Film and Best Lead Actor Feature Film.
The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in May 2004. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival, where it received a fifteen-minute standing ovation. It was also shown at the Copenhagen International Film Festival, the Edinburgh Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, the Aubagne Film Festival, the Dinard Festival of British Cinema, the Austin Film Festival, the Chicago International Film Festival, the Heartland Film Festival, the Milwaukee International Film Festival, and the Scottsdale Film Festival before going into limited release in the UK and US. The film grossed $1,341,332 in the US and $1,638,804 in foreign markets for a total worldwide box office of $2,980,136.
Lost in Translation also received awards from various foreign award ceremonies, film festivals, and critics' organizations. These include Best American Film at the Bodil Awards, Best Foreign Film at the César Awards, and Best Foreign Film at the Film Critics Circle of Australia, French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, and Deutscher Filmpreis, as well as the Nastro d'Argento for Best Foreign Director. The film also won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Film, Best Film – Comedy or Musical at the Satellite Awards, and two prizes at the Venice International Film Festival. From critics' organizations, Lost in Translation received awards in the Best Film category from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, the Toronto Film Critics Association, and the Vancouver Film Critics Circle.
Claire McCarthy has been making short films, music videos, documentaries, and feature films since 2007. Her films have screened at the following international festivals: Toronto International Film Festival, Tunis International Film Festival, Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, Montreal Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Flickerfest, St Kilda Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival, and London Film Festival. Her feature debut, Cross Life (2007), premiered at the Sydney Film Festival (2007) and the Pusan International Film Festival in Korea (2007) and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award at the 2007 Inside Film Awards. Cross Life was a low- budget, social realist multi-plot about Sydney's Kings Cross red light district, starring Paul Caesar, Imogen Annesley and Tony Barry.
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Regardt van den Bergh is a South African film and television actor, film director and screenwriter.Database (undated). "van den Bergh, Regardt". British Film Institute Film and Television Database.
Preston starred in the 2019 short film The Poacher, which screened at the 2020 Los Angeles Short Film Festival, Culver City Film Festival, and Yucca Valley Film Festival.
The film was awarded the Certificate of Merit for Third Best Film in Tamil at National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil for the year 1961.
Christina Kyi is Burmese film director and film producer. Her 2018 film Mudras Calling was released internationally and screened at thirteen international film festivals in thirteen different countries.
Pedro Olea (30 June 1938, Bilbao) is a Spanish screenwriter, film producer and film director. His 1984 film Akelarre was entered into the 34th Berlin International Film Festival.
The film was screened in competition at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. At the 7th Yerevan Golden Apricot International Film Festival the film won the FIPRESCI Prize.
The Asian Film Awards are presented annually by the Asian Film Awards Academy to recognize the excellence of the film professionals in the film industries of Asian cinema.
Long Live the Family! (; ) is a 2011 Czech crime film directed by Robert Sedláček. The film won the Czech Film Critics' Award for the best film of 2011.
The Detroit Film Critics Society Award for Best Film is an annual award given by the Detroit Film Critics Society to honor the best film made that year.
Participants' films have screened at the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival, the SF Latino Film Festival, the SF LGBT Film Festival, the Oakland Black LGBT Film Festival.
The film premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival on January 24, 2015. On March 12, 2015, Warner Bros. acquired the film. The film was released by Warner Bros.
Rulfo has also won at the Goya Awards, the Guadalajara International Film Festival, the Havana Film Festival, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the Montréal World Film Festival.
Demeestere adapted them into her thesis film Yosemite which premiered as the closing film at the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival. The film was later released in January 2016.
Milton Khondokar is a Bangladeshi film lyricist, music director and film director. He won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Lyrics for the film Khodar Pore Ma (2012).
Santhosh Narayanan is an Indian film composer and musician in the Tamil film industry. He made his debut as a film composer in the 2012 Tamil film Attakathi.
The film also screened at many film festivals. The film has received mainly positive reviews by critics. It is the 1012nd Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.
Unlike the larger film schools like the National Film School and the London Film School, the merge offered students a film school experience at an affordable university fee.
Night Bus is a 2017 Indonesian thriller film directed by Emil Heradi. The film won six awards at the Indonesian Film Festival in 2017, including Best Feature Film.
Kembang Kertas is a 1984 Indonesian drama film directed by Slamet Rahardjo. The film won five awards at the Indonesian Film Festival in 1985, including Best Feature Film.
This film is a remake of Tamil film Anjali. The muhurath ceremony was celebrated at Rajagiriya Sovereign Hotel. The film introduced many child actors to the film industry.
The Forgotten Refugees won the "Best Documentary Film" at the 2007 Marbella Film Festival. In 2006, the film won "Best Featured Documentary" at the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival.
The film won the Special Award at the 1989 São Paulo International Film Festival. It received the Documentary Film Jury Special Award at the 2nd European Film Awards.
Lalon () is a 2004 Bangladeshi film directed by Tanvir Mokammel. The film won Bangladesh National Film Award for Best Art Direction at the 29th Bangladesh National Film Awards.
Fanfare is a 1958 Dutch comedy film directed by Bert Haanstra. The film was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival and the 1st Moscow International Film Festival.
The film won the FIPRESCI award at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival and was nominated for the 2019 Best International Feature Film in Edinburgh International Film Festival.
In the same year Payne appeared as Doctor Burton in the dramatic film Zwei Frauen The film was nominated for Outstanding Feature Film at the German Film Awards.
Lloyd Handley is a Welsh screenwriter and film director. His feature film Third Row Centre won the Best Feature Film award at the 2014 Madrid International Film Festival.
The film premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. It was also screened at the Sydney Film Festival in June 2015, and London Film Festival in October 2015.
The San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Documentary Film is an award given by the San Francisco Film Critics Circle to honor an outstanding documentary film.
Fukunaga wrote and directed the short film Victoria para Chino (2004) while at NYU, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival and received a Student Academy Award in 2005. The film won an Audience Award for Best Narrative Student Short film at the 2004 Austin Film Festival, a "Best Student Film" award at the 2006 Ashland Independent Film Festival, a "BAFTA/LA Award for Excellence – Honorable Mention" award at the 2005 Aspen Shortsfest, Best Student Film at the 2005 BendFilm Festival, Best Short Film and an Audience Award for Best Short Film at the 2005 Gen Art Film Festival, Best Short film at the 2005 Milan International Film Festival, and the Jury Prize for Best Student Short at the 2004 Woodstock Film Festival. He has since written and directed the short films Kofi (2003) (shot in black and white) and Sleepwalking in the Rift (2012). Fukunaga wrote and directed a segment in the omnibus film Chinatown Film Project (2009).
Hatano's film compositions have attracted international attention, with his work for the film Full Strike debuting with a world premiere at the 2015 Osaka Asian Film Festival.Yusuke Hatano - special guest at the 2015 Osaka Asian Film Festival Full Strike was the winner of Best Asian Film at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) 2015, and the official selection of Osaka Asian Film Festival 2015 and New York Asian Film Festival 2015. In 2017, Hatano was nominated for the Best Original Music for film "Soul Mate" at the 11th Asian Film Awards, and for the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards, he has been nominated for Best Original Film Song for film "Happiness", Best Original Music for film "Mad World" and Best Original Music for film "Soul Mate". In this year, Hatano won BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC at the Hong Kong Film Award, Los Angeles Golden Screen Award, and China Hamilton Behind the Scenes Award.
Fuller was profiled as one of 100 new directors representing the future of film in Take 100: The Future of Film, 100 New Directors, a book published by Phaidon Press and curated by film festival programmers from around the world."Take 100: The Future of Film, 100 New Directors" , Phaidon Press, 2008. Fuller's films have screened at a number of major film festivals around the world including: Dennis Hopper's CineVegas, the Locarno International Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Vienna International Film Festival, Entrevues Belfort film festival, Helsinki International Film Festival, Bradford Film Festival, Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Hudson Valley Film & Video Festival, Ljubljana International Film Festival, Gijon International Film Festival, Titanic International Filmpresence Festival, Festival Internacional de Cine Contemporaneo de la Ciudad ded Mexico, Sarajevo Film Festival, Cine Esquema Novo, Indie Mostra Cinema Mundial. The screenplay for Loren Cass has been archived by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as part of their Core Collection.
Other notable film festivals that invited the film for screenings include Nordic International Film Festival in New York (where the lead actor won the Best Male Actor Award), the Scandinavian International Film Festival in Finland, the Richard Harris International Film Festival in Ireland, and the Lund International Fantastic Film Festival in Sweden (where it was nominated for the Méliès d'argent award for Best Feature Film). Won the BEST FOREIGN FILM award at the Maryland International film festivalpresented to director David Noel Bourke.
Alluri Seetarama Raju is considered to be South India's first Cinemascope film. The film won the National Film Award for Best Lyrics for revolutionary compositions rendered by Telugu Marxist poet and composer Sri Sri. The film won the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film, and was screened at the International Film Festival of India in the mainstream section, and Tashkent Film Festival. The film ran for 175 days and ended up becoming the highest-grossing Telugu film of the year.
Present Perfect (; ) is a 2017 LGBT-romantic Thai film directed by Anusorn Soisa-Ngim, starring Maroukasonti Kritsana and Tonawanik Adisorn. The film produced by Nuttachai Jiraanont and Tanwarin Sukapisit, premiered in Thailand on March 9, 2017. The film won the Best Film Award at the LGBTQ Amsterdam Film Festival in the Netherlands and screened at many film festivals worldwide, including the World Film Festival of Bangkok, Thailand, Serile Filmului Gay International Film Festival, Romania, Western Visayas Film Festival, Philippines, and Taiwan.
Chauranga is a 2016 Hindi film. It is the debut feature film of Indian writer- director Bikas Ranjan Mishra, produced by Onir and Sanjay Suri. The film was developed at the Screenwriters' Lab organized by National Film Development Corporation of India in collaboration with Locarno Film Festival and the ScriptStation of Berlinale Talent Campus, a part of Berlin International Film Festival. The Film won Golden Gateway of India Award for Best Film (India Gold 2014) at the 16th Mumbai Film Festival.
Caniglia is known for her lighting and camera work on the film The Stand. For her work on the period film Madeline's Oil, she won Best Cinematography award at the Louisiana International film festival in 2015. She worked on the film Pomegranates and Myrrh (2008), winner of the Golden Dagger at the Muscat Film Festival for Best Cinematography in 2009. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and received the Best Arab Film Award at Doha Tribeca Film Festival.
Recently she has acted in the film Arshinagar directed by Aparna Sen. Film Alifa in Bengali language shot at Guwahati directed by Deep Choudhury which has been selected in 2016 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival received best debut director award in 2017 national award and Best film in OTTAWA film FEST. She won the best actress award for the film Alifa in Lonawala Film Festival (LIFT). In 2018 received best actress award in Hyderabad Bengali film festival for the film Alifa.
In 2013, together with Dan Bronfeld, Moskovitch directed and produced for Channel 8 a documentary film entitled "Appolonian Story". The film is about a man who built his home in a cave and lived there for a period of forty years.Rome Independent Film Festival 7/15 Maggio Riff Awards 2015 The film participated in film festivals around the world, including, AFI Docs, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Jerusalem Film Festival, Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival, and Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
The film was awarded as the best film at the thirteenth International Film Festival for Children and Young Audience in both the international jury and the youth jury in October 2008. In the same month and in the same year, the film was awarded in a German town Marburg on the Final Cut Film Festival. The film also received the Golden Film, awarded by the Netherlands Film Festival and the Netherlands Film Fund on 30 July 2008 for reaching 100,000 tickets sold.
Zero Impunity is a multimedia documentary film by Nicolas Blies and Stéphane Hueber-Blies ( the Blies brothers). Animation was co-directed with Denis Lambert. The film explores the systematic occurrence of wartime sexual violence and assault. The film premiered at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, and was subsequently released in international film festivals such as Annecy International Animation Film Festival, São Paulo International Film Festival (Mostra), Palm Springs International Film Festival, Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara and Moscow International Film Festival.
The film was selected as the best Cine Mart project in The 2004 International Film Festival Rotterdam. The film won the award Prince Claus Film Grant at the same film festival. The film made history when it was selected to honored at the International Cannes Film Festival. It is only the second time where a Sri Lankan film has entered to the competitive section of the Cannes Film Festival, after Dr. Lester James Peries’ maiden Rekava contest at Cannes in 1957.
Anuj Dhawan was the director of photography. Shahid had its world premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival's City to City programme in 2012. It was screened at several other film festivals including the 14th Mumbai Film Festival, the New York Indian Film Festival, the Indian Film Festival of Stuttgart, the Dubai International Film Festival and the Chicago South Asian Film Festival. The film was awarded the Silver Gateway Trophy at the Mumbai film festival while Mehta won the Best Director award.
Vinod Sukumaran is an Indian film maker and film editor. He won the National Film Award for Best First Non-Feature Film of a Director for the film Diary of a Housewife (2001) He is an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India. He has won the Kerala state Film Award as Best Editor for the Malayalam film Ore Kadal directed by Shyamaprasad in 2007 and Ivan Megharoopan directed by P.Balachandran. His first feature film was Haram in 2015.
The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 25, 2015. Shortly after, Broad Green Pictures acquired distribution rights to the film. The film was selected to screen at the Jerusalem Film Festival on July 11, 2015. and the Deauville Film Festival on September 6, 2015, as well as the Toronto International Film Festival on September 16, 2015, the Oldenburg International Film Festival on September 19, 2015, and the Chicago International Film Festival on October 16, 2015.
The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2015. Shortly after its premiere, The Orchard and Sony Pictures Worldwide acquired North American and international distribution rights respectively. The film went to be shown at the Chattanooga Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Chicago Critics Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, and Traverse City Film Festival. The film was given a limited release in American theaters on August 21, 2015, earning $25,000 from three locations on its opening weekend.
At the 5th Rome Film Festival where the cast of the film got a standing ovation at the film's screening. The film won the Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress awards at the New Jersey Independent South Asian Film Festival. The film won the NETPAC Jury award at the 10th Third Eye Asian Film Festival 2011. The film won the top award named after Filipino director Lino Brocka at the 13th Cinemanila International Film Festival in Philippines.
Set over a summer during the dawn of Thatcher's Britain, Son of Rambow is a coming of age story about two schoolboys and their attempts to make an amateur film inspired by First Blood. The film premiered on 22 January 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival. It was later shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and Glasgow Film Festival. The film was also shown at the 51st BFI London Film Festival.
The documentary has screened at the 2009 International Women's Day Film Festival, the 2009 Project Peace Film Festival, the 2008 Women & Creativity Film Festival, the 2008 Women's Caucus Film Festival, the 2008 Society for Photographic Education Film Festival, the 2008 San Francisco Women's Film Festival, the 2008 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, the 2007 Big Muddy Film Festival, as well as at the 2007 Society for Photographic Education National Conference, and the 2006 American Anthropological Association Film, Video and Multimedia Festival.
We won the Golden Calf (award) of "Best Editing" (for Wouter van Luijn) at the 2018 Nederlands Film Festival., the "Best Director" (for Rene Eller) at the 2018 Raindance Film Festival and the "RIFF Jury Award" of "Best Film" at the Rome Independent Film Festival. We was nominated for the "German Independence Award" of "Best Film" at the Oldenburg International Film Festival, the "KNF Award" at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and the "Best European First Film" at the Zlín Film Festival.
Keeping the Kibbutz was the Official Selection at several film festivals, including the Flagstaff International Film Festival, where it premiered, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, the DOCUTAH Film Festival, the Orlando Film Festival, the Appalachian Film Festival, the Utopia Film Festival, and the Downtown Boca Film Festival. In the fall of 2011, the film was broadcast nationally on PBS World and over 75 PBS stations, and continues to air on individual PBS stations. It was released on DVD on October 11, 2011.
The film went on to win Best Thriller at the National Film Awards UK Brooke Burfitt stars as the lead role in independent feature "By Any Means (2017 film)" as "Mimi Wyatt". Radar Online says the film's storyline channels Kim Kardashian's paris robbery in 2016. Burfitt won Best Actress award at the Wexford Film Festival, where the film also went on to win Best Film. By Any Means (2017 film) won Best International Feature Film at the 2017 Polish International Film Festival.
The film won a Silver Award, and Hudson was nominated for Best Actress at the North American Film Awards (January 2017). At the Creative Arts Film Festival (March 2017), the film was nominated in the categories Best Dramatic Short Film, Best Screenplay, and Best Motion Picture Editing. Split Costs most recently won Best Short Film at the Twin Falls Film Festival (October 2017). Split Costs was nominated for Best Short Film, and Best Screenplay at the Romford Film Festival (May 2018).
In 1991, this film received the National Film Award for the best film award including other six categories.
It won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Film."Kerala State Film Awards" . Retrieved 17 March 2011.
In 2014 the film Who can Kill a Child? was shown at Denver Film Society's Stanley Film Festival.
The film won the award for Best Korean Independent Film at the 2011 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
He won the Best Feature Film award for Tamil film Kanchivaram at 55th National Film Awards in 2009.
His Film 'Paani' Won the 'Best Feature Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation' at the 66th National Film Awards.
The film was featured at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival with the creator of the film Anna Negri.
The film opened in the 57th Cannes Film Festival in 2004, the first Spanish film to do so.
Jean Chérasse (born November 26, 1932 in Issoire) is a French film director, film writer, and film producer.
The film won the Golden Peacock Award for Best Film at the 42nd International Film Festival of India.
Film Review considered the film to be "starkly original", and remarked that nobody in the film was innocent.
Film Journey, film review from the San Francisco International Film Festival, April 26, 2005. Accessed: July 12, 2013.
Fox wrote the screenplay to the 2016 film Equity. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
For the film, Grigori Konstantinopolsky received the Best Film Debut award from the Russian Guild of Film Critics.
The cult classic film was screened at the Tashkent Film Festival, and the International Film Festival of India.
Besides critical acclaim, the film also won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration.
Czech Lion Award for Best Film Poster is award given to the Czech film with best Film Poster.
Monica Tedja, 2014. The film has won Best Film in Los Angeles Film Festival and Festival Sinema Perancis.
The film was a remake of the Telugu film Illarikam, and was a successful film on its release.
The blockbuster film has received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu for that year.
Yugandhar was a superhit film at boxoffice. This film is considered as a landmark film of Mithun Chakraborty.
His film Perspective, about his own story, won Overall Best Film at the 2011 Arnold Sports Film Festival.
The film won Kerala State Film Award for Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value in 1988.
The film won Walerian Borowczyk the award for Best Feature Film Director at the 1981 Sitges Film Festival.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Sound Recording is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Art Direction is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
Ian Dalrymple (26 August 190328 March 1989) was a British screenwriter, film director, film editor and film producer.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Film is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
European Film Award for Best Short Film has been awarded annually since 1998 by the European Film Academy.
The Nikkan Sports Film Award for Best Film is an award given at the Nikkan Sports Film Award.
The film is centered on the Goddess Mookambika. The film won State Film Awards in Art direction category.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Supporting Actress is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Supporting Actor is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
This film was her first Tamil film. Now, she is acting in an untitled film opposite Vijay Antony.
Subsequently, the film was honored with the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil for 2012.
Purdah had its film festival run in 2018 and 2019, premiering at the Cinequest Film Festival. Purdah went on to screen at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood as part of Dances With Films. The film subsequently played at several more festivals around the world, including the Indian Film Festival Stuttgart, Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Chicago South Asian Film Festival, Indian Film Festival of Houston, Fünf Seen Filmfestival, South Asian Film Festival of Montreal, River to River Florence Indian Film Festival, Indian Film Festival Münster, Imagine India International Film Festival, and the Big Syn International Film Festival London. Purdah was also screened at the 2019 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference to be used as an educational tool.
His film Mancora was selected for competition in the World Drama category at the Sundance Film Festival 2008. The film cast includes Elsa Pataky, Enrique Murciano, Jason Day, Phellipe Haagensen and Liz Gallardo. Mancora was also invited and presented to be screened at South by Southwest film festival by Elizabeth Avellan, producer of Sin City and Grind House. Mancora was also selected at several other prestigious films festivals around the world,Mancora official website such as Edinburgh International Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, São Paulo International Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival and Bergen International Film Festival.
The film won the Cambridge Film Festival Audience Award for Best Film, was cited by the National Board of Review for Excellence in Filmmaking, and was named the Overlooked Film of the Year by the Phoenix Film Critics Society.
Venus in Furs is a 1995 film by filmmakers and independent art-house Dutch film producers Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs and it was their first feature film. The film has been shot on black-and-white 35mm film.
Ribhu Dasgupta is an Indian film and television director. He made his directorial debut with 2011 film Michael. He was nominated at the Shanghai International Film Festival for Asian New Talent Award of Best Film for the film Michael.
It won the Kerala State Film Awards for Best Film, Best Direction, Best Story and Best Singer (Jayachandran)."Kerala State Film Awards" . Retrieved 17 March 2011. It also won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam.
The film was shot entirely in Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya. The dialogue of the film is entirely in Ilocano, to give the film its authenticity with English subtitles. The film was also top-grosser of the first CineFilipino Film Festival.
Lezare is a 2009 Ethiopian film. It won the prize for the best short film at the 2010 Amakula International Film Festival and the young jury award for best short film at the 2010 African Film Festival of Cordoba.
"Whitby Woman Put Sex on Film". The Globe and Mail, June 12, 1963. It was narrated by Walter Pidgeon. The film won the Canadian Film Award for Best Theatrical Short Film at the 16th Canadian Film Awards in 1964.
P-047 was shown at many film festivals, including the Venice Film Festival, Busan Film Festival, and the Dubai Film Festival. At the 6th iteration of the Five Flavours Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland, P-047 won Best Picture.
He considered the film as a "big project" but not a "great film". "This is a very different taste to the Maldivian Film Industry. However, I do not like the film because there is no originality in the film".
Mahatma Phule is a 1954 Marathi film directed by Pralhad Keshav Atre. The film is based on the life of social reformer and activist Jyotirao Govindrao Phule. The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi.
Tasleem's film Meri Padosan was released in 2009. Her film Meri Life Mein Uski Wife was released in 2009 too. In 2010 her film Ajab Devra Ka Gazab Bhauji was released which was a Bhojpuri film. Her film Sheetalbhabi.
Progressive Silent Film List: Lily of the Dust at silentera.comThe American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1921-30 by The American Film Institute (1971) This film is a remake of the American silent film The Song of Songs (1918).
Villi Hermann (born 1941) is a Swiss film director and screenwriter. His 1981 film The Homeless One was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival. His 1989 film Bankomatt was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival.
Pauline Kael, State of the Art The film was in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. At the 32nd National Film Awards, it won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali.
Latimer also works as a film curator; she is a programmer for the ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, the Hot Docs Film Festival and is a programming advisor for Winnipeg Film Group’s Cinematheque and the Regent Park Film Festival.
The film won the Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film at the 2007 British Academy Film Awards. It also won the Best Film category at the 2006 British Independent Film Awards, Turgoose winning the Most Promising Newcomer award.
The film went over budget by 2.5 million, costing eventually 17 million krone, and became what was then Norway's most expensive film. The film is a co- production of Filmkameratene A/S, the Norway Film Development Co. A/S and Norsk Film A/S. It was produced by John M. Jacobsen. It was distributed worldwide by International Film Exchange/Carolco Film International.
Actor Ananth Nag made a guest appearance in the film.Cast and Crew The film was widely appreciated by critics and audience upon release. It went on to win National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada and many International film awards. The film also was awarded multiple Karnataka State Film Awards including Best Film, Best Supporting actress and Best Story writer.
Bhatia has received two international awards for her short film Inner City. She received Best Actress Award in Starlight Film Awards and Best Performance Female in Lake View International Film Festival. She was also awarded Best Actress at the Cult Critic Movie Award and L' Age d'Or International Arthouse Film Festival. Her film Oass won Best Film Award at Ladakh International Film Festival.
The film was first presented at the Venice Film Festival in Italy on 29 August 1997. One week later it was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on 8 September 1997. The picture screened at various film festivals, including: the Mar del Plata Film Festival, Argentina; the Reykjavik Film Festival, Iceland; the Istanbul Film Festival, Turkey; and others.
IOFF was established with the aim to promote local and international talent. The film festival holds an annual contest where they accept films from several different categories such as educational film, feature film, film on women, Bengali films, and more. In total, the film festival has listed 32 film categoriesIOFF - International Open Film Festival (Bangladesh)” Click for Festivals. Retrieved 12 August 2016.
The film is co- produced with Israel and ZDF-ARTE. So far the film took part in the Leipzig film Festival, MoMa Documentary Series, Boston & Washington Jewish Film Festivals, San Francisco International Film Festival, Munich Documentary, Visions du réel documentary film festival in Nyon, Switzerland, INPUT 03, Istanbul Documentary, Berlin Cinematheque, Palestinian- Israeli Film Festival in Paris and Brussels and others.
Lambert & Stamp is a 2014 American documentary film, produced and directed by James D. Cooper. The film had its world premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014. After its premiere at Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics acquired the distribution rights of the film. The film later screened at 2014 Sundance London Film Festival on April 18, 2014.
He won the National Film Award for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for his sixth film, Chotushkone, at India's 62nd National Film Awards. His eighth film, Rajkahini had been remade into a Hindi film titled, Begum Jaan, starring Vidya Balan in 2017. His 2018 release Ek Je Chhilo Raja won the 'Best Bengali Film' Award at India's National Film Awards.
The Moviyana Film Society (Bengali: ম্যুভিয়ানা ফিল্ম সোসাইটি) is one of the largest Film Culture oriented organisations in Bangladesh. It was established on 10 November 2006. It regularly arranges Film Screenings, Film Festivals, Film Appreciation course and other Film making related courses in different cities of Bangladesh. Film maker & Writer Belayat Hossain Mamun is the founder and incumbent president of this organization.
Advertisement for the film His Lordship's Dilemma is a 1915 silent short comedy film produced by the Gaumont Film Company and distributed by the Mutual Film Corporation. The film stars W.C. Fields as a remittance man, and part of the film includes an adaptation of the comedian's famous golf routine.Fields, Ronald J. “W.C. Fields: A Life on Film,” pages 15-17.
The film has been awarded with "Heart of Sarajevo" award for the best short film at 14th Sarajevo Film Festival.14th Sarajevo Film Festival Awards It has won the Prix UIP award which automatically nominated the film for 2008 European Film Academy Awards.EFA press release The film has been screened as part of official selection of about 30 festivals around the world.
The Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian Short Film is an annual film award, presented by the Toronto International Film Festival to a film judged to be the best Canadian short film of the festival. As of 2017, the award is sponsored by International Watch Company and known as the "IWC Short Cuts Award for Best Canadian Short Film".
The Short film was officially selected and premiered at 10th Jagran Film Festival 2019, 10th Zumba film festival and won 'BEST FOREIGN FILM', The Real time film festival, Nigeria, 2020 and won 'best festival themed film' and also premiered at Asian Film Festival, Los Angeles, Hollywood. As of December 2019, she's seen playing Rani Dave reshmaiya in Colors TV's Shubharambh.
In January 2007, The Weinstein Company acquired U.S distribution rights to the film. I'm Not There had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival on August 31, 2007. The film went onto screen at the Toronto International Film Festival, London Film Festival, and the New York Film Festival. The film opened in limited release in the United States on November 21, 2007.
Aslam Parvez entered the Pakistani film industry in the year 1955. He started his film career in film producer Anwar Kamal Pasha's film Qatil (1955) as a side hero. Thereafter he played the leading role in the film Patay Khan opposite Noor Jehan. In film Koel (1959), Aslam Pervaiz performed a leading role opposite film actress Noor Jehan and Neelo.
Emmanuelle Bercot (born 6 November 1967) is a French actress, film director and screenwriter. Her film Clément was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival. Her 2013 film On My Way premiered in competition at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival. Her 2015 film Standing Tall was selected to open the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
He has served on the juries of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Middle East International Film Festival, Bahamas International Film Festival, Sonoma International Film Festival, HATCHfest, BendFilm, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival as well as the Cinequest Screenwriting Competition and Newport Beach Film Festival's Volcom Award, and was on the U.S. Board of the Bahamas International Film Festival.
The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on January 21. It was the opening night film at the San Diego International Film Festival and the closing night film at OUTFEST. It also played at film festivals in Dallas, Sarasota, Seattle, Nantucket, Sundance London Prague and Brno. In February 2016, Netflix acquired worldwide streaming rights to the film.
Its world premiere was a screening at the Boston Underground Film Festival 2008. It has since gone on to play the Sydney Underground Film Festival, River's Edge Film Festival, New Jersey Film Festival, Arizona International Film Festival, and the Strasbourg (France) International Film Festival. As of February 2013, the film is available to be viewed via live stream to Netflix members.
The film had a theatrical release and Academy Qualifying run in Los Angeles and New York City through International Documentary Association (IDA)'s DocuWeeks, was voted a "Festival Favorite" at the Atlanta Film Festival, and screened in the Mill Valley Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival in London, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, Red Rock Film Festival, and others.
The film went on to win 18 other awards at several film festivals. It premiered in India at the International competition section of the 2014 Mumbai Film Festival and was released theatrically on 17 April 2015. Upon release, the film received critical acclaim and went on to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film at the 62nd National Film Awards.
In 1997, Haris Pašović produced and directed a biographical film, Greta, about her.Greta Ferusic . San Francisco Jewish Film Festival The film producers received a grant of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to transform it from video format to a professional 35mm film format.Documentary Film: "Greta Ferusic" The film has been shown in different film festivals, such as Avignon, New York, London, Amsterdam,Greta .
In 2005 he won the David di Donatello for Best Short Film for Aria. His feature film directorial debut Good Morning Aman was presented at the International Critics' Week of the 66th Venice Film Festival. His subsequent film The Ice Forest (2014) premiered at the Rome Film Festival. His third feature film, Padrenostro, was selected in competition at the 77th Venice Film Festival.
Driftwood had its world premiere at the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival and played at various film festivals around the United States including The Columbus International Film + Video Festival, Slamdance Cinemaclub screenings in Los Angeles and Chicago, the Tallgrass Film Festival, the Virginia Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival and had its international premiere at the American Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland.
The film had a successful run on the film festival circuit, winning awards at several LGBT-oriented festivals including Outflix Memphis, Atlanta’s Out On Film Festival, and the Crossroads Film Festival in Polk’s native Mississippi. The film was the closing night gala screening for Los Angeles’ Pan African Film Festival (PAFF), where it won the Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature Film.
The Ideal City () is a 2012 Italian thriller drama film, written and directed by Luigi Lo Cascio. It is Cascio's directorial debut film. The film premiered in International Film Critics' Week section at 69th Venice International Film Festival on August 11, 2012. The film screened at number of film festivals before having a theatrical release in Italy on April 11, 2013.
His film Moving was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. His 1998 film, Wait and See, won the FIPRESCI prize at the 49th Berlin International Film Festival in 1999. The Edinburgh International Film Festival artistic director Chris Fujiwara noted that American film director Nicholas Ray and French film director Jean Vigo shared Somai's sensibilities.
Jasmine has made short films and documentaries. Some of her films like Saanjh, Meena and Scavenging Dreams have won awards and have been screened at several international film festivals. She is the recipient of the 52nd National Film Award (Best Film on Family Welfare) for her short film 'Saanjh' and the 66th National Film Award (Best Investigative Film) for her documentary film Amoli.
It won the Caméra d'Or and Audience award at the Cannes Film Festival. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi, National Board of Review Award for Best Foreign Language Film and three awards at the Montreal World Film Festival. The film was among the list of "The Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made" by The New York Times.
Reise nach Jerusalem (The Chairs Game) is a feature film directed by