New ECFA member: Ennesimo Film Festival

ECFA welcomes as a new member; the Ennesimo Film Festival & Film Academy, based in the Sassuolo region, Italy. The Ennesimo Film Festival is aiming to transform people’s perspective on the world through cinema. Artistic Director Federico Ferrari: “We want to spread knowledge about the art of cinema and familiarise the audience with the diversity of contemporary cinema on an international scale. A concrete and direct investment to make the Italian Ceramic District globally even more attractive from a cultural point of view.  Continue reading “New ECFA member: Ennesimo Film Festival”

KinoKino finds new home

The 5th edition of the KinoKino Int. Film Festival for Children will take place in Zagreb from May 7th – 10th 2020, again offering four days of fun activities and bringing films from around the world to the cinema theatres of Zagreb. Only recently, KinoKino’s future was still at stake…

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ECFA Awards 2020 handed out

The ECFA Award for Best European Children’s Film 2020 has been won by BINTI by director Frederike Migom (Belgium). This film tells the story of a young girl who claims her right to live a normal life and dream her own dreams, even if she doesn’t have the legal documents to prove that she really exists. Other ECFA Awards went to BLOEISTRAAT 11 (Best Short) and HOW BIG IS THE GALAXY? (Best Documentary). Continue reading “ECFA Awards 2020 handed out”