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Emir Kusturica retrospective at Lecce European Film Festival
News Festival Report
Emir Kusturica will be the honorary guest at the 13th edition of the European Film Festival that will take place in Lecce at the Multiplex Cinema Massimo [...]
Mediterranean Films Days in Algiers
News Cinema Industry
The 2012 Algerian spring will be infused with images from all over the Mediterenia. From March 31st to April 7th the  Algerian audience will be able [...]
Tayfun Pirselimoğlu talks to altcine
The wind from Istanbul sure brought a refreshing sensation and food for thought for the audience of The Greek Film Archive (GFA). The presentation is dedicated [...]
The winners of 2012 Gopo Awards
News Cinema Industry
Aurora, directed by Cristi Puiu is the best Romanian film of the year according to the jury of Gopo Awards (Romanian film industry Awards). Cristi Puiu [...]
Cinema City call for entries. Young Talent`s Competition
News Festival Report
Cinema City Festival, which is to be held from 16 to 23 June 2012 in Novi Sad, will officially open the Call for entries in "Up to 10,000 bucks" selection [...]
Blurred Memory, Responsibility, War Film. By Dina Iordanova
Criticism Film Review
Ordinary People is a Serbian film, which is a co-production of France, Switzerland, Serbia and the Netherlands and does not seem to have a title in Serbian. [...]
Praznik (The Feast) 1967 by Dina Iordanova
Criticism Film Review
Praznik (1967) was one of several films on the list which director Zelimir Zilnik gave me a few years back; he was making recommendations which films I [...]
The Wind from Istanbul in Athens
News Festival Report
A selection of Turkish filmmaker-artist Tayfun Pirselimoğlu`s works, including two of his short films and all of his four features, are being shown in [...]
Awards of 14th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival
News Festival Report
The curtain fell on the 14th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century with a sparse Closing Ceremony on Saturday, March 17, 2012. [...]
Awards of 16th Sofia International Film Festival
News Festival Report
The official programme of the 16th Sofia International Film Festival ended with the Award Ceremony on the 17th of March in Hall 1 of the National Palace [...]
Darko Bajic presents Rambo (aka Dejan Petkovic)
News Festival Report
O Gringo. A movie with Brazilian passion and Balkan soul. Darko Baji`s documentary O Gringo was presented to the Greek audience during the 1st Week of [...]
Decree on foreign film production in the Republic of Serbia in 2011
Legal Issues
Pursuant to Article 7 of the Law on the Budget of Serbia for 2011 (TheOfficial Gazette of RS, No. 101/10) and Article 42 Paragraph 1 Lawon Government (Official [...]
TDF Focuses on Balkan Documentaries
News Festival Report
The extraordinary flourishing of Balkan Cinema in recent years has not been limited to fiction films, but is also largely evident in documentaries as well. [...]
New Serbian Cinema in Athens
News Festival Report
Greek Film Archive organizes the 1st Week Of New Serbian Cinema, running from the 8th until the 14th of March. The festival will be held under the auspices [...]
The nominees for the Gopo Awards 2012
News Festival Report
The Association for Romanian Film Promotion has announced the nominations for Gopo Awards 2012, the equivalent of the French Cesars or Spanish Goya Awards. [...]
The Greek and Balkan Spirit of Comedy During the Journeys with the Films of Theo Angelopoulos
Criticism Essay
FADE IN on an old political refugee Spyros (the late Manos Katrakis) returning  to his Northern Greek village after so many years of exile in the [...]
Remembering Theodoros Angelopoulos (1935-2012)
Criticism Film Review
Theodoros Angelopoulos, the renowned Greek filmmaker died as he had lived, making movies. In an absurd moment that might have come from one of his films, [...]
Parade in Berlin!
News Festival Report
Parade (Parada) by Srdjan Dragojevic won the Panorama Audience Award for the best fiction film at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival. Dragojevic’s movie [...]
Kodak files for bankruptcy protection
News Cinema Industry
Sad but true, Eastman Kodak, the legendary company best known for its wide range of photographic and motion film products filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy [...]
Dedo Weigert reveals cinema led lights future
Interviews Technical Articles
Altcine converses with Mr. Dedo Weigert*, one of the great pioneers of cinema lighting industry, concerning the “new” LED lighting technology and its [...]
Re(a)d(y) to go!
News Technical Articles
It’s a fact! The long awaited affordable 4K cinema camera by Red is finally here.Codename:  SCARLET - XIt began almost three years ago as a 3K project [...]
Call for Entries: Sarajevo City of Film Project 2012
The call for entries to participate in the Sarajevo City of Film 2012 project will be open from 3rd November to 9th December 2011.The goal of the project [...]
A double bill by two independent filmmakers
News Distribution
Two Do It Yourself Greek productions, Tungsten and The Guide,  will be shown in a double bill (one ticket admits to both films) on theaters, the week [...]
Interview with Cristi Puiu about Aurora
How did you come up with the project for Aurora?In 2005, Romanian television broadcast a series of stories on criminals. It made me want to look into a [...]
52nd Thessaloniki IFF Awards
News Festival Report
The curtain came down on the 52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival on Saturday, November 12, with the Closing Ceremony which took place at the [...]
Just Another Confused Elephant...
Criticism Film Review
The title’s initials are an abbreviation of these exact words. A description of the development of unanticipated behavior, by elephants that were orphans [...]
Constantine Giannaris Press Conference at 52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival
News Festival Report
On Wednesday, November 09, 2011 a press conference with Constantine Giannaris, director and festival jury member took place at the 52nd Thessaloniki International [...]
Erden Kiral Tribute at 52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival
News Festival Report
This year’s Balkan Survey section is holding a tribute to the cinema of Erden Kiral.On Saturday, November 5 he was honored at a special event and on [...]
52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival
News Festival Report
It starts with a family drama and ends with a young girl fleeing a violent cult. It’s Thessaloniki International Film Festival—a week-long showcase [...]
Law on Cinematography - Albania, No. 8096, March 21, 1996
Legal Issues
Pursuant to Article 16 of the Law No. 7491, of April 29, 1991 “On the main constitutional dispositions”, by proposal of the Council of Ministers:THE [...]
Become a co-producer: Catastroika fundraising
The people behind the documentary Catastroika have started their financial campaign in order to raise money for the production of their film. Catastroika [...]
The Audiovisual Law - Romania, Law no. 504/July 11th, 2002
Legal Issues
Text in force as of November 22nd, 2009Updated text published by the Official Gazette of Romania, PART I, till November 19th, 2009Basic document#B The [...]
Sound-spaces in the four films of Antoinetta Angelidi
Criticism Essay
In cinema, sound is justly considered an integral part of the narrative. It can not be studied separately, even when it exists outside the narrative. The [...]
Amnesty: A brief encounter
Criticism Film Review
In David Lynn`s Brief Encounter, Laura and Dr. Alec renew their platonic relationship each Thursday at an English railway station cafe. The rest of the [...]
Consciousness versus authority
Criticism Film Review
What is consciousness? What is morality? And above all, what connection do they have with organized society, with the state or with the police? These questions [...]
9th Zagreb Film Festival
News Festival Report
The 9th Zagreb film festival has began its screenings today (16th of October 2011).For the next seven days, until the 23rd of October, it’ll be the host [...]
Europe supports digitization of cinemas
A new report from Polish MEP calls on Europe to speed up the digital shift. The European Parliament΄s (EP) Committee on Culture and Education adopted [...]
Theoretical Discourse in Cinema
Criticism Essay
 Film and paradoxTheoretical discourse in cinema has nothing to envy from discourse developed in other cultural fields. One way to assess it is by [...]
Corrected list of submissions of Balkan films to the 84th Academy Awards
The final list of films that will represent Balkan countries in the 84th Academy Awards  (for Best Foreign Language Film) has been announced!The Albanian [...]
Alimani`s Amnesty
Criticism Film Review
Exquisitely filmed and masterfully structured, “Amnesty” toys with the audience from the first frame to the last and mesmerizes with its acting and [...]
Two Balkan producers in 2011 Producers Lab Toronto
Daniel Mitulescu (Strada Film – Romania) and Gregory Athanasiou (Minus Pictures – Greece) are between the 12 experienced feature film producers from [...]
Alps won the best screenplay award at 68th Venice Film Festival
Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthimis Filippou won the Osella for Best Screenplay Award, for the film Alps at the 68th Venice Film Festival. The film Faust by [...]
Alps, by Yorgos Lanthimos at Venice International film Festival 2011.
Yorgos Lantimos’ new film, Alps, is set to premiere in competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival. It stars Aggeliki Papoulia, Ariane [...]
Law of Film Industry - Bulgaria
Legal Issues
Prom. SG. 105/2 Dec 2003, amend. SG. 28/1 Apr 2005, amend. SG. 94/25 Nov 2005, amend. SG. 105/29 Dec 2005, amend. SG. 30/11 Apr 2006, amend. SG. 34/25 [...]
Ada Condeescu was awarded as Best Actress at Sarajevo Film Festival 2011.
The Romanian actress won the competition prize for her role of Ada in Catalin Mitulescu`film Loverboy."I am thrilled, it is an important award at one of [...]
The Cinematography
Criticism Essay
Beginning with the term “cinématographe”, we retain its broad polysemy. Originally, “cinématographe” was a term produced in 1895, by its definitive [...]
Our fear of growing up. A conversation with the director Alexander Voulgaris
Having seen this amazing minor film – ROZ / PINK (2006) by Alexander Voulgaris – twice at IndieLisboa International Film Festival in 2008, I had the [...]
Gender perspective in the films of Pantelis Voulgaris: «From The Engagement of Anna to Brides»
Criticism Film Analysis
I shall attempt to examine the perspective of gender in connection with three films by director Pantelis Voulgaris: The Engagement of Anna (1972), Stone [...]
Maria, Irene and Olga à la recherche du temps perdu…
Criticism Film Analysis
Greece’s annual output of films is limited to twenty, of which less than one fifth are directed by women and even fewer deal with gender issues, like [...]
Minimalist Narrations in Greek Cinema: Rose (Pink)and Valse Sentimental (Sentimental Waltz)
Criticism Essay
Several Greek films from the 1990s can be described as minimalist. They were low-budget films, sometimes the first and sometimes the second feature film [...]
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