From the 20th to the 29th of June 2019, the second Brussels International Film Festival will transform the capital of Belgium into a real “Cine Città”.
The Italian summer event celebrating the ongoing crossover between high-end film and TV content and the power of women driving that crossover.
A short history of China’s fascination with Romanian cinema.
The first international film festival in Romania returns for the 18th time.
Getting everyone talking, thinking and learning about inclusion and people with different disabilities.
Ladies and gentlemen: the Cannes Film Festival. Need we say more?
The first festival to create a European consciousness.
“I would like to think that film, as an art form, […] would fly above any political issues or changes with what happens in Europe and the UK. I think that film will always play its part in bringing people together.”
“We were delighted, a few years ago, when the Young Audience Award started, because it fits in with [the BFI’s] wish to support European cinema, and to support young audiences to watch as diverse a range of film as adults do in this country – which they usually, sadly, do not.”
The European award assigned by young audiences across Europe on Young Audience Film Day.