João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata's film Iec Long, Short Films International Competition Cinéma du réel 2015, was programmed at Silhouette Festival, Paris (France, August - September 2015) and at (Czech Republic, July 2015).(Spain, November 2015), at , Montreal (Canada, November 2015), at
The P'tit Ciné in Brussels has offered a carte blanche to Cinéma du réel. Two films from the 2015 edition have been screened on November 18th at 8.00pm:
- Strannye chasticy (Strange Particles), Denis Klebleev, First films International competition, Joris Ivens Award and Youth Award - Cinéma du réel.
- A Festa e os cães (The Party and the Barking), Leonardo Mouramateus, Short films International competition and Short Film Award.
Nicolás Rincón Gille's film Noche Herida, International competition in World premiere, Special mention of the International Jury Cinéma du réel 2015, is selected at Jean Rouch Film Festival, paris (France, November 6th - December 6th 2015).
It was programmed at, Brussells (Belgium, November 2015), at the (Belgium, october 2015) and at Festival (France, October 2015).
It was programmed, together with two of his previous works shown at Cinéma du réel during past editions, En lo escondido (2007) and Los Abrazos del rio (2011) at(Argentina, October 2015) and at (France, August 2015), .
(Czech Republic, October - November 2015) organized a tribute to Raymonde Carasco called Translucent Being Raymonde Carasco.
This tribute included part of Cinéma du réel 2014's "Raymonde Carasco and Régis Hébraud: at work" programme:
- Ciguri 98 - La danse du peyotl
- Divisadero 77 ou Gradiva Western
- Gradiva esquisse 1
- Tarahumaras 78
- Tutuguri - Tarahumaras 79
- Los Pascoleros - Tarahumaras
DocLisboa's programme Foco Grecia showed two films screened as part of Cinéma du réel 2015's programme A Story Through Images: The Greek Film Archive in Focus:
- Alouminion tis Ellados (Aluminium of Greece), Roussos Koundouros
- Athina i tris episkepsis stin Akropoli (Athens, return to the Acropolis), Theo Angelopoulos
(Portugal, October 22 - November 1st 2015)
DocLisboa's programme “I don’t throw bombs, I make films” — Terrorism, Representation Retrospective showed several films screened during the past editions of Cinéma du réel:
- Underground, Emile de Antonio, Haskell Wexler and Mary Lampson, Haskell Wexler: at work programme, Cinéma du réel 2015
- Farbtest - die Rote Fahne, Gerd Conradt, Histoire(s) allemande(s) Programme, Cinéma du réel 2007
- Deutschland im Herbst, Alf Brustellin, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Alexander Kluge, Maximiliane Mainka, Beate Mainka-Jellinghaus, Peter Schubert, Bernhard Sinkel, Hans Peter Cloos, Edgar Reitz, Katja Rupé, Volker Schlöndorff, Histoire(s) allemande(s) Programme, Cinéma du réel 2007
- Notes from a Kurdish Rebel, Stefano Savona, International Competition, Cinéma du réel 2006.
(Portugal, October 22 - November 1st 2015)
As part of their programme "Que peut le documentaire", The Institut de l'Image in Aix en Provence will screen several films shown during the last two editions of Cinéma du réel:
- Dal Ritorno, Giovanni Cioni, International competition Cinéma du réel 2015, Friday November 20th at 8.00pm., screening followed by a discussion with Maria Bonsanti, artistic director of the festival.
- Une jeunesse allemande, Jean-Gabriel Périot, International competition and Scam International Award, Cinéma du réel 2015, on Wednesday November 18th at 4:15pm, Thursday November 19th at 8:30pm, Monday November 23rd at 6:00pm, Saturday November 28th at 7:30pm, Sunday November 29th at 2:30pm
- 300 Hommes, Aline Dalbis and Emmanuel Gras, French Competition Cinéma du réel 2014, on Wednesday November 18th at 8:00pm, Saturday November 21st at 8:30pm, Monday November 23rd at 2:30pm, Thursday November 26th at 6:30pm
- The Stone River, Giovanni Donfrancesco, International Competition and Youth Award, Cinéma du réel 2014, on Saturday November 21st at 1:30pm.
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We are glad to announce the opening of the selection for the competitive sections of the 38th edition of Cinéma du réel - International Documentary Film Festival, that will be held from March 18th to 27th 2016 in Paris.
Screenings take place in the 3 cinemas of the Centre Pompidou and in several associated venues in the heart of Paris.
You can find the festival’s rules on, www.cinemadureel.org, as well as the submission form.
The festival presents four competitive sections of non fiction films of all lenghts:
- International Competition
- French Competition
- International First Films Competition
- International Shorts Films Competition
Please note our deadlines:
- Films completed between April 1st and August 31st 2015: September 30th;
- Films completed after September 1st 2015: November 16th;
- Films still under completion on November 16th 2015: online submission November 16th; viewing material: December 18th.
The entry is free.
Please note that only movies produced after April 1st 2015 will be considered for the competitions.
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What is Real? That is the question that this Fronteira Festival Programme poses and it has everything to do with transposing limits. Be they geographical, social or aesthetic, all of them have their own notion and delineation of what is real, unreal, and surreal.
In a partnership with the Cinéma du Réel, Fronteira Festival, taking place in Goiânia, Brazil (August 20 - 29 2015), will screen films that exploit and digress about different concepts of reality by creating bridges between the past, present and future:
- The Old Jewish Cemetery, Sergei Loznitsa, Russie, 2014, 20'
- A Festa e os cães, Leonardo Mouramateus, Brésil, 2015, 25'
- Territory, Eleanor Mortimer, Royaume Uni, 2015, 17'
- Une partie de nous s'est endormie, Marie Moreau, France, 2015, 46'
Curated by Toni D’Angela and Maria Bonsanti
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, the Greek Film Archive in Athens, May 2015, showed four films programmed at Cinéma du réel 2015 :
- Et nous jetterons la mer derrière vous, Anouck Mangeat, Noémi Aubry, Jeanne Gomas and Clément Juillard (French competition)
- Hier sprach der preis (The Price Was Key), Sabrina Jäger (First Films International Competition and Library Award)
- Proto ili (Raw Material), Christos Karakepelis (A Story through Images: Focus on the Greek Film Archive)
- Imerologia amnesias (Amnesia Diaries), Stella Theodorakis (A Story through Images: Focus on the Greek Film Archive)
FRED Film Radio, the multi-lingual, digital film network, which broadcasts in 25 European languages, has launched an educational film initiative across Europe entitled FRED at School.
FRED AT SCHOOL is an educational audience development project supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme and presented by FRED Film Radio. It is a multi-language film literacy project with elements of media (radio) literacy, conceived for secondary schools and implemented by a growing number of European countries.
The objective is to raise awareness of European films and culture among young people (students aged 14 - 16).
Currently 8 countries have signed up to the programme; the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Croatia, Romania, Iceland with many more countries lined up for next year’s programme to be announced at this year’s Venice Film Festival.
It is an inclusive project with films made accessible to visually and hearing impaired audiences.
Each participating school has shown 4 films to their students, each having been shortlisted from the European Parliament’s LUX Prize competition. The films have been selected as age appropriate and with subject matter relating to pertinent issues of European citizenship and correlating to the educational curriculum.
The selected films are:
- Illegal (Belgium) directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse
- Akadimia Platinos (Greece) directed by Filippos Tsitos
- Eat Sleep Die (Sweden) directed by Gabriela Pichler
- Shun Li and the Poet (Italy) directed by Andrea Segre
The participating students have had the opportunity to watch, and discuss each film and record their reactions and film criticism on the FRED at School radio platform, an opportunity to share their schools’ thoughts and ideas with all the other participating schools in the programme.
FRED Film Radio is organising a conference on July 2nd where the filmmakers, students, teachers, minority language representatives and members of the film industry will give a snapshot of the achievements of the first edition and the potential expansion into second edition, which will include additional languages.
Some results of a film literacy research study of the 8 participating countries will be revealed alongside the prize for best film awarded by the students themselves.
The event will be accessible for the visually and hearing impaired.
What: FRED at School Conference
Where: 309 Regent Street Cinema, London W1B 2UW
When: 11.00-13.00pm, July 2nd
For further information please contact Isabella Weber: email@example.com