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Articles from February 2012

EFM Announces 15% Attendance Boost
EFM claims 15% increase in 2012 attendance; first-time initiatives well-received.The European Film Market (EFM) is touting its strongest year to date, with close to 8,000 participants in 2012, equating to a 15% increase in attendance.1,739 buyers attended...
Film Improves Literacy Claims UK Report
Film in education is improving literacy and motivation to learn claims report from BFI and other UK film bodies.A new report from UK film bodies claims that the use of film in education is improving literacy levels and young people's motivation to learn...
Fjord-Ing It Up
Screen samples some Norwegian delights before a screening of crime thriller Headhunters.When it comes to screenings, us film journalists are an easy bunch to please. Give us a drink and we're happy; add some crisps or popcorn into the equation and we're...
New LatAm Fest Kicks off in Argentina
A week after Argentina's Un cuento chino (A Chinese Tale) directed by Sebastián Borensztein picked up a Goya for Best Latin American film, the region is set to host a film festival which launches its first edition this September, in San Juan, Argentina.The...
Terence Davies, Leopardrama Developing Mothers of Sorrows
Davies developing adaptation of Richard McCann memoir about a US family in post-WWII Washington; Leopardrama also closes distribution deal on Swan Lake 3D.Writer-director Terence Davies is developing a feature adaptation of Richard McCann's novel Mothers...
The Decoy Bride
Dir: Sheree Folkson. UK. 2011. 89minsGood-natured, completely formulaic and modestly appealing, the Scottish-set romping rom-com The Decoy Bride eventually stumbles at the altar, despite a charming and dynamic performance from Kelly Macdonald.Kelly Macdonald...
The Raid Is Double Winner at Dublin International Film Festival
Welsh director Gareth Evans' martial arts film The Raid was the big winner at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, picking up the Audience Award and the Dublin Film Critics Circle Best Film prize.Nuala: A Life and Death was named Best Irish...
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