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Odessa International Film Festival 2014
4 July 2014
 
 
   
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Opening on July 11, the Odessa International Film Festival 2014 comes with various programmes and sections for every film lover. The International Competition Program includes the latest in art-mainstream films. Artistically inspired and soulful films accessible to a wide audience.


On the Special Events: Cinema Live Section we find the most extraordinary events out into the open, under the bright skies of Odessa while the Gala Premieres programm takes a look at the world a little differently. The Festival of Festivals Section is bringing the Lions, Tigers, and Bears, hailing from Venice, Rotterdam, and Berlin Film Festivals to Odessa, along with films from Sundance and Cannes.

The Way to Freedom Programm this year comes with the moto: “All revolutions are impossible until they happen, then they become inevitable”. Films that show revolutions of different nations, but have one common goal: freedom, truth and dignity. The Special Screenings Section includes films made by jury members and honoured festival guests. Many of them are being screened in Ukraine for the first time. 

Besides the sections mentioned, Odessa International Film Festival 2014 is holding numerous masterclasses, workshops, industry panels and rountables. Film Industry Office is a 4-day professional program of presentations, panel discussions and pitchings, aimed to create a communication platform for international and Ukrainian film professionals, as well as to develop Ukrainian film production and distribution and to explore the possibilities of co-production with Ukraine. 

Balkan films and co-productions at Odessa International Film Festival 2014:

Roxanne by Valentin Hotea, Romania (2013) on the International Competition Program

Winter Sleep by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey-Germany-France, (2014) on the Festival of Festivals Programm

Where Are You Bucharest? by Vlad Petri, Romania (2014) on the Way to Freedom Programm

Velvet Terrorists by Peter Kerekes, Pavol Pekarcík and Ivan Ostrochovsky, Croatia, Chez Republic, Slovakia, (2013) on the Way to Freedom Programm

I’m not him by Tayfun Pirselimoglu, Turkey, Greece, Germany, France (2013) on the Special Screenings Programm

Going to the Film Industry Office section, we find two meetings of a more Balkan interest. The first is called Creating Financing Documents Masterclass, held by Serbian producer Miroslav Mogorovic and the second, the Development Of The Film Industry In Postcrisis Period Panel Discussion with participators from Greece, Georgia, Serbia and the Ukraine.

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