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Euronews gives you a look at five breakout directors at the Cannes Film Festival.
Grande dame of French cinema Agnes Varda dies at 90
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Geneva's 2019 International Film Festival and Forum On Human Rights wraps up with awards going to the acclaimed feminist documentary 'Delphine et Carole : Insoumuses' and 'Lucha Congo'.
Ximei documentary produced by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei premieres at the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights in Geneva
Qingdao has already come a long way towards earning its moniker City of Film: Spring Festival blockbusters ‘The Wandering Earth’ and ‘Crazy Alien’ were filmed and produced in the East China city.
“Last Sunrise” by Chinese-American director Wen Ren wins first prize at the Fantasporto international film festival in Portugal
Here is the full list of Oscar winners from the 91st Academy Awards
A raspberry, a Netflix semi-win and no host. This is what happened at the Oscars.
"Custody" and "Shéhérazade" were the biggest winners of the night.
Tell us who you think deserves to walk away with a golden statue by voting in the Euronews Oscars 2019 poll
A film must meet many criteria to be nominated for an Oscar.
Female filmmakers feature prominently at 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
The Franco-German-Israeli co-production, "Synonymes" (Synonyms) has won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the Berlinale Awards. The film was made by Nadav Lapid.
Switzerland's best known actor, Bruno Ganz, dies at the age of 77
Enthusiasts replay the breakthrough of Leningrad’s siege
Oscar-winning French composer Michel Legrand has died at age 86.
Partly financed by the Serbian government, the Festival created by director Emir Kusturica aims to promote independent cinema.
Real estate company ADG Group bought 39 Soviet-built cinemas from the government and says it will transform them into what it calls "neighbourhood centres."
A German cinema sparked outrage among members of the Alternative for Germany party, after offering them free admission to a screening of the 1993 film Schindler's List.