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Danish silent films are made digitally accessible

From 2019, under the direction of the Danish Film Institute, the entire Danish silent film heritage will be researched, restored and made digitally public. One focus of the project is the processing and communication of film history from the beginnings of cinema to the time of sound film as a ‘living film archive’. This includes an online platform with films and documents for educational institutions, film series in cinemas and a new silent film festival in organised by Cinematek of Copenhagen. Read More

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Festivals and Awards

Sorry, no further English version available! On the lookout for talented distributors Every year the Campus invites professionals from all sectors of film: directors, screenwriters, producers, actors, cinematographers, production designers,… Read More

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Awards

backup_festival, Weimar (D) Publikumspreis: ANÓMALA, Aitor Gutiérrez, ES Publikumspreis: THE HUNT, Michael Venus, D Publikumspreis: CHICKEN CUBE, Anna Penkner & Renate Pommering, D Hauptpreis: TRAFO, Paul Horn, A Lobende Erwähnungen… Read More

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UK: Animate Projects publishes new agenda Animate Projects has published its agenda for 2015 to 2016. The new programme is designed to support artists in producing their films and to… Read More

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Faits Divers

Jeu de Paume exhibits Omer Fast The Parisian art centre Jeu de Paume is devoting an extensive solo exhibition to the filmmaker Omer Fast starting in October 2015. Featured will… Read More

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2014

Marketingidee: kurze Kiez-Filme im Internet Ein junges französisches Start-up-Unternehmen hat zunächst nur für Paris, seit 2014  auch für Berlin ein Video-Portal für außergewöhnliche Stadtteilfilme von unabhängigen Filmemachern online gestellt. Das… Read More