20-24 / 11 / 2018
Celebrating the best in filmmaking from around the world in the heart of London.
22-25 / 11 / 2018
Short films and digital content in the foreground.
An international laboratory that supports emerging talents.
7-11 / 12 / 2018
An important showcase for Italian films in France.
30 / 11 - 8 / 12 / 2018
Renewing the dialogue between talents and intellects, encouraging diversity and building bridges between different cultures and countries.
23 / 11 - 3 / 12 / 2018
Italy’s number one metropolitan film festival.
20 - 29 / 11 / 2018
The only internationally accredited annually running film festival in the Arab world, Africa and the Middle East.
8 - 14 / 12 / 2018
IFFAM: a hub for new film-makers in Asia.
18-22 / 10 / 2018
Showcasing the best of contemporary Iranian cinema to Australia.
23 / 10 - 21 / 11 / 2018
The most comprehensive range of Israeli- and Jewish- themed films in Australia and New Zealand.
18-28 / 10 / 2018
The Italian capital’s celebration of cinema.
29-08 / 08-09
FRED Film Radio is joining the 75th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy, from August 29 to September 8, 2018.
29 / 08 - 8 / 09 / 2017
The independent and parallel section of the Venice Film Festival, organized by the National Union of Italian Film Critics.
A peculiar coming of age, self made, of a young girl who spends most of her time at home alone, in the Philippines at the end of the 80’s.
A story of a man who is happier when his life is in pain: a strange and enticing film with a slick look and an undergound irony.
A wrap up talk on Torino Short Film Market 2018, with its director Jacopo Chessa.
The tale of Hana who wants desperately to flee from Jerusalem to a new life.
A short film from Romania, a humorous view of the dark times at the end of the 80’s.
Iranian born, UK based director Babak Jalali talks about his role as a juror at the Torino Film Lab and about his job as a filmmaker.
The work of a script consultant through the voice of Franz Rodenkirchen, consultant at Torino Film Lab.
When there’s no difference between a villain and an antihero: today’s Iceland seen through a thriller.
From the Wolfgang Petersen’s film to a TV series: Andreas Prochaska presents Das Boot in Turin.
A talk with one of the most important film publicists about festivals and how the promotion of a film has changed in the last 30 years.
Robert De Niro receives in Marrakech a Lifetime Achievement Award in presence of Martin Scorsese.
Vincent Van Gogh struggles for his art and for his freedom. Willem Dafoe portraits the famous painter.
Guillermo del Toro comes to Marrakech Film Festival to hold a special conversation with the audience.
Is this the year of the rebirth of the Cairo International Film Festival?
The challenge of making an Egyptian film that does not fit into the expectations and prejudices of foreign audiences.
Set in the run-up to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, a film that crosses the boundaries between genre and social realism.
The role of film festivals today and how their host cities interact with an international film festival audience.
The award-winning filmmaker talks about the current state of cinema.
Restoring the place of the “triello” from Sergio Leone’s “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”.
A family Easter lunch and trouble brewing underneath.
A side of Paris you don’t usually see.
An animation film about an 11-year-old girl in a Palestinian refugee camp.
The story of the 1963 Rivonia trial of Nelson Mandela… and the others.
There is no such thing in this world as good people and bad people.
The great British filmmaker received an honorary award in Cairo.
A neorealistic Brazilian tale with an outstanding protagonist.
Shooting a film to exorcise the demons of the past: Bad Poems is the most personal film for Gábor Reisz.
It’s never too late to stop surviving and start living.
How to make a perfect thriller with a low budget and only one location.
Richard E. Grant talks about his new film, his career and the bit of luck linked to all of that.