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What a Wonderful Family! II added to Beijing lineup

Yoji Yamada’s What a Wonderful Family! II (家族はつらいよ2) joins a long list of Japanese films set to play at the Beijing International Film Festival (April 16-23). 313 more words

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Exciting New Partnership with DC Shorts in the US & Discounts on Entry

We’re delighted to reveal that we have finalised the details on a new festival partnership with the USA’s largest dedicated short film festival on the US East coast, DC Shorts based in Washington! 116 more words

Curious in Vienna

Vienna has recently been ranked (for the 8th year in a row) as the world’s best city to live in.  A big applause to all Viennese for this well-deserved recognition.   662 more words

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Fred's Shed at London Independent Film Festival 2017

My short film Fred’s Shed is screening in the London Independent Film Festival on 16 April at 6pm, at Shortwave Cinema. Tickets are available… 14 more words

Irish Film Festival Australia

Event: Irish Film Festival Australia

Where and When: Wednesday 29th March: Penrith Gaels Club 
Thursday 30th March – 2nd April: Chauvel, Paddington
Thursday 6th – 8th April: Kino Cinema, Melbourne… 96 more words

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Interview with Festival Director Nicholas Marchese (Monmouth Film Festival)

Monmouth Film Festival, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization designed to promote and connect filmmakers from all over the state and country. The festival is more than an opportunity for artists to have their work showcased, it is a forum for educational opportunities through workshops, networking, Q&As and special panels with industry guests; that provide insight, growth and inspiration. 1,453 more words

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Interview with Festival Director Darrell Holmes (Barnstorm Film + TV Script Fest)

Barnstorm is not just a screenplay competition, its focus is on helping you develop your script for production. Every submission receives script analysis from an industry professional and winners receive consultations from producers at Barnstorm Media. 477 more words

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