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Berlin International Film Festival to go ahead in-person
The festival will go ahead without its usual parties and receptions – though attendees should expect mask mandates and a reduced capacity.
Famed film auteur Peter Bogdanovich dead at 82
Bogdanovich, famous for his 1970s black-and-white classics, inspired a new generation of filmmakers, from Wes Anderson to Noah Baumbach.
Don't Look Up: Adam McKay claims 'editing error' was intentional
Select frames in the director's first foray into Netflix filmmaking caught the attention of some eagle-eyed fans, who noticed one key detail that didn't belong in the film.
'Dallas Buyers Club' director Jean-Marc Vallée dead at 58
Vallée was well known for his improvisational style and giving the actors the space to play freely and improvise across scenes.
Rome's Cinecittà Studios hopes for a new golden age of cinema
Once the stomping ground of Italy's greatest directors and actors, from Federico Fellini to Sophia Loren, Rome's renowned Cinecitta film studios are planning a much-needed makeover for a new era.
Golden Globes announces nominees after year plagued by controversy
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association are pressing on with their 2022 awards, despite criticisms on a lack of diversity and unethical selection practices that they claim to have addressed.
'After Love' comes out tops at the British Independent Film Awards
Aleem Khan took to the stage for his Best Director win, announcing that "not in my wildest dreams did I think this would be happening tonight."
Could the Klapcoin cryptocurrency help save French cinema?
"It is about involving the public and making them earn money in a different way. The cinema needs new ideas," said Sarah Lelouch.
Oscar-tipped generational trauma in Almodovar's 'Parallel Mothers'
The esteemed Spanish director's latest film received considerable buzz at Venice Film Festival earlier this year, and has even been acquired by Netflix internationally.
France’s Culture Pass: Who is eligible and what can you buy with it?
Young people across France are being offered the chance to access concerts, museums, and books for free as part of President Macron's new plan.
Duran Duran become latest major music act with a biopic in the works
Please, please tell me now, is there something I should know? Yes, Duran Duran are making it to the big screen!
'Heaven Mice Belong in Heaven' sees European animators join forces
Several European producers did not believe the co-producers would be able to make the film in Stop Motion with more than 50 characters and about 30 sets.
Search for spice continues: Dune sequel officially lands in two years
The long-awaited sci-fi epic's second instalment will hit cinemas in October 2023.
That's a wrap for the 5th edition of El Gouna Film Festival
The festival ended with 'Feathers' and 'The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic' nabbing the top prizes.
Russian film director who shot space movie sets sights on Mars
After spending 12 days in space shooting scenes for a film called "The Challenge," Russian director Klim Shipenko is looking further afield.
9 films to watch out for at Tashkent International Film Festival
The Tashkent International Film Festival in Uzbekistan is back after a 24-year hiatus. Euronews has picked 9 films to watch from this year's screenings.
'May the 4th be with you': How to celebrate Star Wars Day
Star Wars fans around the world have been celebrating the stellar occasion since 'a long time ago'.
Golden Globes: 3 women nominated for directing as Netflix tops nods
Three women, Emerald Fennell, Chloe Zhao and Regina King, were nominated for best director of a motion picture. Only one woman has previously won the award.
Tanya Roberts has died - a day after her agent's premature statement
The former Bond girl's agent and husband said on Sunday she had passed away in hospital - but corrected the record on Monday when they discovered she was still alive.
Climate-focused Netflix rival launches today, backed by Prince Harry
The launch of the environmental streaming platform, WaterBear, has also been praised by the likes of BAFTA.
French coronavirus film gives floor to 'usual suspects of conspiracy'
French politicians and NGOs have severely criticised a new film "Hold Up" which features several debunked conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wild Mountain Thyme: Film slammed over Irish accents and cliches
The trailer for the new movie Wild Mountain Thyme has come in for criticism for ropey accents and too many cliches.
The Truffle Hunters: new film laments Italy's disappearing way of life
“They don’t tell their wives, their children, they never admit they found a truffle, they just go wandering out for ten hours a night. They’re in their late 80s, they’re with their dog, in the dark and cold, looking for these little morsels of goodness."
Bataclan: Film based on surviving terror attack surprise hit of Venice
Ismaël El Iraki's first feature film deals with the themes of trauma, survival and healing.
French prosecutors ask for Depardieu rape investigation to be reopened
The probe into Depardieu, who starred in films such as "Jean de Florette", was dropped in 2019 after investigators did not gather enough evidence for a formal charge.
'Gone With the Wind' star Olivia de Havilland dies aged 104
The actress beloved to millions as the sainted Melanie Wilkes in “Gone With the Wind,” also won two Oscars and was key to improving Hollywood's contract system for actors.