8-19 / 05 / 2018
Ladies and gentlemen: the Cannes Film Festival. Need we say more?
17 / 04 - 16 / 05 / 2017
Showcasing the very best in contemporary cinema from Spain and Latin America.
6 / 05 / 2018
The European award assigned by young audiences across Europe on Young Audience Film Day.
20-24 / 04 / 2018
9-14 / 04 / 2018
An important platform and means of promotion for European cinema.
6-17 / 04 / 2018
The most comprehensive film festival in Turkey.
Fostering research on Media Accessibility.
2018 One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival – Prague, Czech Republic #jedensvet2018
5-14 / 03 / 2018
The largest human rights documentary film festival in the world.
3-9 / 03 / 2018
The largest co-production, funding and distribution platform tailor-made for Central and East European documentaries.
2-11 / 03 / 2018
The Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival celebrates its landmark 20th edition.
15-25 / 02 / 2018
A great cultural event and one of the most important dates for the international film industry.
From ballet dancing to being the protagonist of an intense coming of age.
Exploring genre and sexual orientation with a delicate coming of age story.
The painful journey of a young mother in denial.
Changing body, foreign body: the painful journey of a young Kyrgyz mother in denial, in today’s Russia.
An impossible love story in contemporary India, where rules are broken and new lives can begin.
A double-feature interview about one of the most interesting films in 2018’s Critics Week, in Cannes.
A new film about the mob gangster.
The real story of a burst of freedom that didn’t quite happen.
A powerful love story between two girls and a strong message to all the women out there.
A colorful and hopeful love story between two girls in the homophobic Kenyan society.
How EFA Young Audience Award films will be made available online through VoD platforms.
A world tribute to one of Spain’s most celebrated contemporary filmmakers and artists, Bigas Luna.
YAA finalist film’s Girl in Flight is partly based on director’s Sandra Vannucchi’s personal experience.
At the YAA a moving film about the power of imagination and the strength of a community.
At the YAA a heart-felt coming-of-age tale set in Burkina Faso.
Love and food are a good match. A trip into the life of a lost lover turns into a new beginning, for a German baker, a little different than expected.
The famous Frech director, celebrated at LFF 2018, shares some of his secrets and thoughts about filmmaking, editing and actors.
With an out-of-time look, a visually stunning story about a new kind of fascinating hustler in a surreal and dreamy London, that maybe does not exist.
An intense and tragic love story in the gorgeous beauty of the Thai forests, celebrating the tradition of Bai Sri, the ephemeral art of flower composition.
Iconic writer Dennis Cooper teams up with the video artist Zac Farley on a feature film about teenage limbo, where boredom leads to extreme choices adults cannot understand.
13 years after the film The Opposite Sex, Renié and Jamie reveal their lives and where they are at. Time is the greatest healer.
A very Finnish look at coming out, in a summer on a lake. Funny and delicate. When love is easy and light, and you are young enough to enjoy it as it is.
A Muslim Woman, elected in 2016 as the Minnesota House Representative for District 60B.
A critique on passive spectatorship.
Love is a universal feeling.
A 50-year-old man’s prolonged fishing trip and job hunt leads to a series of strange events.
A young man, his mother, and their dog, face a brutal social system and the roar of a nationalist march.
A rare and strong LGBT drama from Kosovo.
Real people. Real cases. Judge Anne Gruwez.
A young man discovers an interest in life that happens to contrast with the future plans his father has set for him.