Now that the year is coming to its end, it’s about time to capitalise on the opportunities for a final ECFA Award selection. At the Ale Kino! Festival in Poznan, Poland, ROMY’S SALON by Mischa Kamp collected another nomination – this was the film’s second nomination on Polish ground, following the Warsaw Kids Kino Festival.
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At the Oulu Int. Children’s Film Festival the jury decided to hand out the ECFA Award to TOO FAR AWAY. This film by Sarah Winkenstette (Germany) introduces us to Ben, who has to move from his village to a nearby city.
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In 2020, the Ciné Junior Festival (22nd January– 4th February) will celebrate its 30th anniversary in more than 55 locations in France!
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Children’s film professionals are looking forward to the Cinekid for Professionals Awards with an extra interest. These are the films that will colour our market in a few years, and people are more than curious to pick up a glimpse of them now. Continue reading “Awards @ Cinekid for Professionals”
Award ceremony in Duisburg! The ECFA Doc Award went to CHAMP by Cassandra Offenberg (the Netherlands). But another interesting prize was handed out this year for the first time.
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This year the Juniorfest Industry Days focused on the (non)existing distribution of children’s films in a European context. Representatives of major European festivals (BUFF Malmö, Cinekid, Ale Kino!), filmmakers and sales agents representing major distribution companies (Sola Media) attended the event.
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The Filem’on Festival in Brussels each year has the gathering of two ECFA Juries: one for shorts and one for doc’s. Participating in this year’s ECFA Juries were Franzeska Ferdinand (Int. Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany), Joris Van Dael (KidsCam, Belgium), Jitendra Mishra (Smile Foundation, India), Julia Jarl (BUFF Festival, Sweden) and Felix Vanginderhuysen (ECFA, Belgium).
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The 61st Nordic Filmdays Lübeck (29th October – 3rd November) were a complete success. In six days 196 films were screened (283 screenings) and over 36,000 people came to watch northern films and drama series. Continue reading “Children’s & Youth programme @ the Nordic Filmdays Lübeck”