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Articles from February 2014

52 Tuesdays Wins Berlin's Generation
Crystal Bears and the awards by the Federal Agency for Civic Education in Generation 14plusAustralian film 52 Tuesdays has picked up the Crystal Bear for Best Film in the Generation 14plus strand of the Berlin International Film Festival.The feature,...
Boyhood Tops Screen Jury's Berlin Films
As usual, the Screen jury grid provides an intriguing and debate-worthy pointer to some of the key films in competition at this year's Berlin Film Festival. The late festival screening of Richard Linklater's Boyhood (already a Sundance critical success)...
Broadcasters Launch Eurovision Film Week
Films to air across 26 broadcasters in the run up to the European Film Awards.The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and 26 of its members have joined forces to launch Eurovision Film Week.The event, in cooperation with the European Film Academy (EFA),...
Claudia Llosa Talks Aloft
BERLIN: Claudia Llosa and the cast of Aloft talk about the healing process.Aloft, which enjoyed its world premiere in Berlin and screened in competition last night, is Peruvian director Claudia Llosa's second feature film after the award-winning The...
EFM Boss Defends 2014 Market
EXCLUSIVE: Beki Probst, head of Berlin's European Film Market (EFM), has hit back at claims that the 2014 edition was "sluggish" or "lukewarm" while the Berlinale Co-Production Market has handed out its awards.Probst, who has run the EFM since 1988,...
EU Cinema Admissions Down 4.1%
Figures mark the second lowest admissions level in the European Union since 2000.The European Audiovisual Observatory has released its first estimates for European cinema attendance in 2013 and has reported that total admissions in the European Union...
Gallimard Launches Adaptation Drive
Publishing house to launch book pitching event Shoot the Book at Cannes. French publishing house Gallimard has launched a drive to ramp up its adaptation rights business both at home and abroad."We're already very active but we want to becoming even...
Joyce Herlihy Dies Aged 92
Production manager worked on Chariots of Fire and An American Werewolf in London.Veteran production manager Joyce Herlihy has died, aged 92. Her son, Sean Herlihy, confirmed to ScreenDaily that she died on Monday (Feb 10).Herlihy worked in the British...
The Little House
Dir: Yoji Yamada. Japan. 2014. 136minsA wafer-thin weepie shot almost entirely on a sound stage, Yoji Yamada's 80th feature film The Little House (Chiisai Ouchi) will not go down in history as one of his finest achievements. An adaptation of a best-selling,...
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