Posted: Tuesday 9th February 2016
(N)OSTALGIA (early development) has been selected as one of 16 international projects that will be presented at the 2016 Euro Connection Short Film Co-Production Forum at Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival.
Pitches will take place between 9.30am-3.30pm on Tuesday 9th February 2016 at Hotel Holiday Inn, 59 Bd Francois Mitterrand, Clermont-Ferrand.
For more information see http://www.clermont-filmfest.com/index.php?m=174
Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th April 2016
The Remembered Film (2013) has been selected for this year's Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival in Hawick, Scotland which takes place over four days in April 2016 (Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th). The film will be shown as part of the 'Altered State 3' programme.
Sunday 17th April 2016, 12.10pm
Main Auditorium, Heart of Hawick - Tower Mill, Kirkstile, Hawick TD9 0AE.
For more information see: http://www.alchemyfilmfestival.org.uk
Posted: Monday 2nd May 2016
(N)OSTALGIA (early development) has been selected for DocWorks: UA/UK, the British Council, Sheffield Doc/Fest and Docudays UA's three-stage feature documentary training and mentorship programme for emerging filmmakers.
Three producer-director teams from both the UK and Ukraine have been selected to participate in the nine month programme which will take place at both Sheffield and Kiev, with hands-on guidance from leading industry professionals from both countries.
For more information, please see http://www.britishcouncil.org.ua/en/programmes/arts/docworks-uauk
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Monday 31st October - Tuesday 1st November 2016
(N)OSTALGIA (in development) has been selected for the 12th DOK Co-Pro Market which takes place at DOKLeipzig on Monday 31st October and Tuesday 1st November 2016 at Salles de Pologne. A total of 230 documentary film projects were submitted to the 12th DOK Co-Pro Market and 36 made it into the final selection.
Over two days participants will have the opportunity to meet fellow producers, film funds representatives, broadcasters, sales agents and distributors and other potential financiers to present their documentary film projects and establish new partnerships.
For more information, please see http://www.dok-leipzig.de/en/
Sunday 23rd - Monday 24th October 2016
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the London Filmmakers' Co-op and microcinema, curated by James Mackay, is marking this by presenting a new and exciting group of artists' moving image works at the 36th Cambridge Film Festival. This is complemented by a round table discussion with the artists looking at where moving image is now. Several of the artists taking part were past active members of the LFMC and London Video Arts before its closure in 1999 and transformation into LUX. Part of the discussion will focus on the differences between then and now and the development of artists' moving image in the UK.
Monday 21st - Thursday 24th November 2016
(N)OSTALGIA (in development) has been selected for the 15th edition of the Baltic Event Co-Production Market which takes place at PÖFF 20 Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn, Estonia between Monday 21st and Thursday 24th November 2016 at [email protected] & Baltic Event. A total of seventeen projects have been selected.
For more information and the full selection of films, please see: http://be.poff.ee/baltic-event-announces-selection-for-its-15th-co-production-market/
Posted: Thursday 24th November 2016
(N)OSTALGIA (in development) has been awarded the Screen Internation Award for Best Pitch at the 15th edition of the Baltic Event Co-Production Market which took place at PÖFF 20 Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn, Estonia. The award was presented to producer, Marion Guth for her presentation of the work-in-progress at the market.
The Best Pitch Award - which is decided on by the co-production market’s participants and offers editorial coverage during the film’s life-cycle - was presented in the past to such projects as Finnish filmmaker Petri Kotwica’s suspense drama Rat King; Russian director Alexei German Jr.’s Under Electric Clouds; and the first pan-Baltic fiction co-production Seneca’s Day by Kristijonas Vildziunas.
For more information, see: http://www.screendaily.com/news/-tallinn-ghost-town-doc-wins-screen-best-pitch-award/5111650.article