Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Official Selection in Trouville

"Anna" has been chosen for the official selection of The 10th Off-Courts Trouville International Film Festival that takes place between the 4th and 13th of september in Trouville-sur-Mer.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Anna at MIFF

The 2009 MIFF Festival Program has been released and the short film "Anna" is included in this years festival.
Its the some people behind Anna as The last years MIFF Festival winner for the Best Fiction Short Smafuglar ( 2 Birds).

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is an iconic Melbourne event. MIFF hosts a feast of cinematic delicacies from over 50 countries for seventeen days each Winter, heavily garnished with a range of parties and special events that cast a celebratory mood over the city. The Festival enjoys annual admissions of more than 185,000, making it one of Melbourne's significant public events.
MIFF has Australia's largest film festival program and audience
MIFF is Australia's most critically acclaimed film festival
MIFF has enjoyed a period of rapid expansion over the past ten years, growing its audience size by 230% since 1996.
MIFF has a rich history celebrating 58 years in 2009, which makes it one of the oldest film festivals in the world.
In addition to screening films from around fifty countries, MIFF is Australia's largest showcase of new Australian cinema and most vocal champion of both emerging and established local filmmaking talent.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Official Selection at Nordisk Panorama

"Anna" is in the Official Selection for the 20th edition of Nordisk Panorama continues its nomadic journey throughout the Nordic outskirts and will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland 25-30 September 2009.

A number of internationally well-known Nordic directors have made their debut at Nordisk Panorama. The festival offers an unique opportunity to take the pulse of the Nordic Scene - to be among the first to see new films by proven talents and to discover new potential.

Nordisk Panorama is a full-fledged industry event, the festival being coupled with Nordisk Panorama Market catering to international buyers, programmers and distributors and Nordisk Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries, together attracting up to 600 professionals from more than 20 countries.

Nordisk Panorama is arranged by Filmkontakt Nord and a local partner in each of the five Nordic Countries. This year the Icelandic Film Centre is the local partner for the festival.

The Festival ambulates between the Nordisk Panorama Host Cities of the 5 Nordic countries, Reykjavik (2009), Bergen (2010), Aarhus (2011), Oulu (2012), and Malmö (2013), adding the colours of local and regional filmmaking to the vast landscape of Nordic short films and documentaries.
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