13 - 16 / 06 / 2019
The Italian summer event celebrating the ongoing crossover between high-end film and TV content and the power of women driving that crossover.
31 / 05 - 9 / 06 / 2019
The first international film festival in Romania returns for the 18th time.
14 - 25 / 05 / 2019
Ladies and gentlemen: the Cannes Film Festival. Need we say more?
15 - 19 / 05 / 2019
The first festival to create a European consciousness.
5 / 05 / 2019
The European award assigned by young audiences across Europe on Young Audience Film Day.
24 / 04 - 5 / 05 / 2019
From actor to director: Jesse Williams on his first time directing Grey’s Anatomy
From the TV series Gotham to directing a horror film: Erin Richards on her directorial debut.
From Toy Story 4 to the TV series The Act, Patricia Arquette is unstoppable and fighting for women in cinema.
“Women are natural producers” – Eva Longoria is Hollywood’s Wonder Woman: femme fatale, caring mom, producer, actress, director and activist.
Living the invisible problem.
An interview with the 2019 Transilvania International Film Festival lifetime achievement award honoree.
Life before, during and after porn.
Fresh off its premiere in Cannes, Romanian director Corneliu Porumboiu discusses his latest feature The Whistlers.
Nicolas Winding Refn, Miles Teller – Too Old to Die Young – North of Hollywood, West of Hell #Cannes2019
The infinite cinematographic possibilities of the Streaming.
Fascinating Chinese silent cinema meets the musical genius of guitar virtuoso Gary Lucas.
A short history of China’s fascination with Romanian cinema.
Second chat with the Greek filmmaker, presenting a work marking a meaningful transition in his oeuvre.
Science, religion and morality in Simon Jaquemet’s latest film.
A story of cyberbullying and a story of the 21st century.
Our second encounter with this year’s Silver Bear winner, at a follow-up screening in Romania.
Cutthroat industry: a family running a for-profit ambulance in Mexico City.
Time traveling to change the tragic destiny of a romance.
A Somalian refugee teenage girl adapts to life in Hungary.
A blackly comedic drama about an overworked and repressed Cypriot housewife who – once she hits menopause – dreams of violent rebellion against her sexist husband.
A touching documentary about a community trying to survive austerity and revive commerce in their tiny Greek village, by marketing their organic tomato goods as trendy delicacies.
Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir’s assured feature debut focuses on a journalist who invites three immigrant women to share her house in Reykjavik. Division and discord soon arise.
Dirty deals and double crosses are served up with the caviar in director Elena Tikhonova’s colourful comic caper about a Russian oligarch’s shady real estate scheme in Austria.
Retrospekt is a riveting drama about domestic violence, trauma and memory, part psychological thriller, part experiment.
Carolina Hellsgård’s arresting second feature brings a vibrant new perspective to the zombie movie. This female-focused vision of the apocalypse is provocative and poetic.
A showcase of Hungarian films at the Transilvania International Film Festival.
Vincenzo Merenda shares his story on the occasion of Cartoon Digital, this year taking place at Ex Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, Sardinia.
Tiphaine de Raguenel shares her story on the occasion of Cartoon Digital, this year taking place at Ex Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, Sardinia.
Sebastian Debertin shares his story on the occasion of Cartoon Digital, this year taking place at Ex Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, Sardinia.
Bruna Capozzoli shares her story on the occasion of Cartoon Digital, this year taking place at Ex Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, Sardinia.
Chiara Magri, the director of the CSC school for the animation course, shares her story on the occasion of Cartoon Digital, this year taking place at Ex Manifattura Tabacchi in Cagliari, Sardinia.