Cinemanila International Film Festival

Cinemanila, the festival traces its roots to the desire of continuing the legacy of Lino Brocka. In 1974, the great filmmaker created “Cinemanila,” an independent production outfit. With immortal classics like Mortal and Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang, Brocka was able to associate Cinemanila to films that are uniquely Filipino yet able to play to international […]  More

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Criticine.com, an online publication dedicated to Southeast Asian cinema

criticine.com is a website magazine devoted to pushing forth intelligent discourse about Southeast Asian cinema, from writers within or specializing in the region. Criticine pays special critical attention to independent cinema; underground cinema; short filmmaking; and the like, serving to highlight the dynamic and vital forms of cinema within the region often ignored by the […]  More

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Film Development Council Of The Philippines

The Film Development Council of the Philippines is the government-backed lead agency for film in the Philippines ensuring that the economic, cultural and educational aspects of film are effectively represented at home and abroad.  More

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Critic After Dark

This blog ran by Philippines film critic Noel Vera offers a great number of film reviews as well as articles and analysis on Phillipines cinema. The author has contributed articles to the Cambridge Book Review, the Hongkong International Film Festival, the Singapore International Film Festival, the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy, and Cahiers […]  More

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The Search Of Weng Weng

This blog by Andrew Leavold offers certainly one of the best resources on B movies from the Philippines. The author is currently preparing a documentary on Weng Weng, an actor who appeared in some exploitation films in the late 70s. His webpage allows readers to follow the different stage of the shooting, to share the […]  More

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Mindanao Film Festival

Organized by Mindanao Film & Television Development Foundation, the Mindanao Film Festival is Mindanao’s most recognized and most anticipated annual filmmaking event. The Mindanao Film Festival is an initiative to promote films made by Mindanawon filmmakers and films about, related to, or shot in Mindanao to the local audiences in and around the island. The […]  More

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Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival

Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival

The festival is held every year in July in Manila, Philippines Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival is a film festival in the Philippines started in 2005 and committed to the development and promotion of Filipino independent films. The organizers hope that through the festival, young filmmakers will be able to express their own concepts freely and […]  More

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BFI London Film Festival

The London Film Festival is presented by the British Film Institute. It has as its objective the promotion of cinematographic art by presenting films of quality. It is an annual event based at the BFI South Bank and other central London venues. It runs for 16 days and wherever possible each film is presented at […]  More

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ITV Studios

ITV Studios is the largest and most successful commercial production company in the United Kingdom, creating over 2,000 hours of original programming each year. Building on a heritage of over 50 years of quality programme-making, ITV Studios produces across a wide range of genres – from drama and entertainment, to factual and lifestyle – encompassing […]  More

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Screen Academy Scotland

A partnership between Edinburgh Napier University and Edinburgh College of Art, Screen Academy Scotland offers unrivalled scope for collaboration with over 600 students at under-and post-graduate level in film, television, animation, photography, journalism and acting. It also offers professional short courses from screenwriting to cinematography, sound design to film editing. Students at the Screen Academy […]  More

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Sight & Sound

Sight & Sound is a monthly magazine published by the British Film Institute. It contains: Informed and independent film news and comment In-depth interviews with leading filmmakers Retrospective articles vividly bringing film history to life Reviews of every new cinema release  More

Posted: June 11, 2011
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Camera Center & Light Center Gothenburg

Camera Centre provides rental of digital film and video equipment, lighting, grip and vehicles facilities. It collaborates with many local companies in the Gothenburg Film Studios.  More

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SAE Sweden

Courses offered by SAE Sweden in Stockholm are: * Music Business Program -12 months full time * Audio Engineering Program – 12 months full time * Electronic Music Production – 6 months part time (evening) * Audio Production Program- 18 months (evening) * Audio Engineering Program  – 12 months full time (Intensive)   More

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Swedish Film Magazine

Swedish Film Magazine is released three times a year in connection with some of the major festivals by the Swedish Film Institute. It is available for download in pdf format via its website.  More

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ToruŃ Film Festival

The Torun Film Festival is a festival of independent feature films. The main idea of the festival is to present young and unknown feature films and discover new talented filmmakers from the entire world. The festival promotes insolent and rebellious cinema, which looks for the truth about contemporary man, provokes discussions on difficult social or […]  More

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National University Of Drama And Film “I.L.Caragiale”

National University of Drama and Film “I.L.Caragiale” is the only Romanian state-owned school benefiting of an academy rank in the field of theatre and film. It has been founded over 50 years ago (1954) but its curricula and profile improved constantly after 1990: besides the existing departments of film and TV directing and cinematography, new […]  More

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Film Ireland

Film Ireland began publication in 1987 as a photocopied newsletter, containing news about current Irish short and feature film productions, information on funding schemes, and film festival reports. Since then the magazine has evolved to provide both practical and academic coverage of Irish filmmaking complimented by our extensive website, filmireland.net. Film Ireland is Ireland’s only […]  More

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Bulgaria | DA Fest | call for student experimental films

Deadline: June 30, 2011

Bulgaria | DA Fest | call for student experimental films

The International Digital Art Festival DA Fest in Sofia, Bulgaria launches a call for student experimental films for international screening programme.  More

Posted: June 10, 2011

Report On The Slovak Audiovisual Situation

The publication from Mediadesk Slovakia covers the state of the cinematography in Slovakia in its different segments: the current Legislation, Film Education, Film Production, and State Audiovisual Support. It also offers a list of production and distribution company operating in Slovakia. Read  More

Posted: June 9, 2011
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La Belle Allee Productions

La Belle Allée Productions is one of Scotland’s leading film and television production companies, making high quality feature films, documentaries and television drama for the domestic and international markets. The Company is headed by producer Karen Smyth, whose feature films include Tinseltown, One Life Stand and Valhalla Rising. In 2008 the company co-produced the £3.7 […]  More

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Soda Pictures

In November 2002, Edward Fletcher co founded Soda Pictures, a UK based film distribution and programming company. Theatrical successes over the last few years include Head-On by Fatih Akin; the Oscar nominated After the Wedding by Danish director Susanne Bier and Heading South by renowned French director Laurent Cantet starring Charlotte Rampling. As well as […]  More

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The Sound Company

Voice recordings, links and narration “wild” or to picture, Commercials, Dubbing, tracklaying, audio post-pro, TV & radio programmes, Continuity announcements. “Live” ISDN inserts, Trails & Promos, Pre-animation voices, Post-animation voices & re-synching, Reversions, Broadcast & Multimedia localisation from / to any language. Computer games, Distance Learning, CD-ROM Training, DVD Commentaries, Exhibition Guides, ISDN broadcast quality […]  More

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Harbour Pictures

Produced “CALENDAR GIRLS” By Nigel Cole Official website: www.calendargirls.tv The film represented The United Kingdom at the ASEM film festival in Hanoi in September 2004.  More

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Green Door Films

John Hadfield and Green Door Films: the UK’s only High Speed Photography and Cinematography freelance service offering 16mm, 35mm and High Speed VideoCustomers include: Natural History Companies, Television Drama, Pop Promos, Television Commercials, Industrial, Research and Government Departments John Hadfield is a member of: Association for High Speed Photography and Photonics (AHSPP). (Committee Member) The […]  More

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Framestore Cfc

Framestore CFC is a visual effect and animation studio formed in December 2003. The company has won numerous international awards including two Technical Academy Awards from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, three BAFTA Craft Awards and eleven Primetime Emmy Awards. Winner of International Monitor Awards. Recent films in the works from Framestore […]  More

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Film Partners Ltd

Film Partners Ltd. was established in 1994 as a service production company, line-producing commercials, videos, shorts and documentaries for international clients. After 35 feature films, Chris Rose founded Film Partners to provide a base for other itinerant genius, and in 2001 he was joined by producers Richard Turner and Carrie Hart; together the three have […]  More

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Sae Institute – London

SAE London opened its doors in 1985 and has steadily grown to become one of the largest SAE Colleges in Europe. SAE London is located in East London just a short bus ride away from Old Street tube station on the Northern Line. SAE London offers courses in audio engineering, film making, electronic music production […]  More

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Canterbury Christ Church University College Department Of Media – Film, Radio And Television Studies

This is not primarily a technical or vocational course; equal amounts of time are given to theory and practice. Nevertheless many graduates enter the media industries, frequently as trainees who will complete their technical training ‘in-house’. In terms of entry requirements no specific subjects are required and students from a wide range of backgrounds are […]  More

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National Film And Television School Nfts

The NFTS offers a variety of programmes, all of which assume a little previous experience. The amount and kind of experience required varies according to the course and could be obtained through a degree or other course, independent filmmaking or voluntary or professional work, not necessarily in moving image media. Some NFTS graduates will go […]  More

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Film London

Film London is a new strategic agency for the film and media sector in London. Film London will invest in film production, exhibition, education and in the economic and industry development initiatives across the capital. The agency will lead the drive to enhance London’s status as a world-class film location. Film London is designed to […]  More

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