On 7 & 8 October almost 100 ECFA members and other industry professionals came together at the Schlingel Festival (Chemnitz, Germany), attending the ECFA Seminar as a part of the Schlingel Industry Forum. Continue reading “Results of the ECFA Schlingel Seminar now online”
One outcome of the recent KIDS Regio Forum in Weimar was a strong demand for both networking platforms ECFA and KIDS Regio to work even closer together. This incentive, pushed forward by the more than 80 participants, was warmly welcomed by all ECFA representatives.
In the Kids Kino International Film Festival Warsaw (aka Kino Dzieci), the ECFA Jury awarded ROMY’S SALON by Mischa Kamp. Continue reading “ECFA awards ROMY’S SALON in Warsaw”
‘Film – A Language Without Borders’ is a cross-European project organised by the Danish and British Film Institute and Vision Kino (Germany), supported by the Creative Europe programme. The project report is now available online. Continue reading “Film – A language without borders report is online”
Koyaa, a good-natured chap in alpine garments has travelled the festivals intensively with single episodes from the TV-series that bears his name. With six new episodes completed, producer ZVVIKS is prepared to deliver a straight forward KOYAA compilation, which might fit into festivals to serve their very youngest audience. Continue reading “KOYAA in festival-friendly format”
The 30th Anniversary Cinemagic Festival has unveiled over 30 days of unmissable opportunities for young audiences in Belfast and across Northern Ireland. Continue reading “30 years of Cinemagic celebrated”
The German Filmacademy, a non-profit association based in Berlin, unites about 2,000 members in a forum for German filmmakers, that initiates events and discussions about filmmaking from both the artistic and the economic point of view. Continue reading “German Filmacademy becomes ECFA member”
More than just a funny story, there’s also a critical approach towards ‘the ways of the media’ to be found in LOUIS & LUCA – MISSION TO THE MOON. Competing reporters on the prowl for a scoop, the arrogance of the media in the light of greater events… It’s all there. Continue reading “Belgian news anchors dub LOUIS & LUCA”