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Nisimazine @KVIFF – Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2017

Nisimazine sends its love from KVIFF 2017, taking place June 30th-July 8th, and shares an opportunity to take a closer look at the selection of as glamorous as ever Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Casey Affleck as C. Photo Credit: Bret

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Nisimazine Lago Film Festival – open call

WE WANT YOUR VIEWS CALL FOR FILM CRITICS Do you want to live a multifaceted experience that binds together the different aspects of film criticism? Come to Lago Film Fest Film Criticism Workshop! You will be required to write short

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VIS SPOTLIGHT FEATURE: ALEXANDRE LAROSE

Born in 1978, the Canadian experimental filmmaker Alexandre Larose did not get into film until his twenties, when he had already received a graduate degree in engineering. Directors who impressed him in his youth ‒ Steven Spielberg and Wes Craven

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VIS SPOTLIGHT FEATURE: TAKASHI MAKINO

Japanese experimental filmmaker Takashi Makino, born in 1978 in Tokyo, has made 35 films in his 20-year career. He was one of the special guests in the Spotlight section of the 14th edition of Vienna Shorts. Nisimazine met the director

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VIS SPOTLIGHT FEATURE: JACQUELINE LENTZOU

Greek filmmaker Jacqueline Lentzou was one of the VIS Spotlight artists at the festival’s 14th edition. At the moment, Lentzou’s last two films, Fox and Hiwa are simultaneously going around the festival circuit, the former after its premiere at Locarno

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VIS FICTION & DOCUMENTARY: Words Don’t Come Easy

„My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them“ In the last competition Fiction & Documentary programme block of this year’s VIS, titled “Words Don’t Come Easy”, we had the chance to enjoy an essayistic documentary film

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VIS AWARDS GO TO THE RABBIT HUNT, I’M NOT FROM HERE, EVERYTHING

The biggest winner of this year’s Vienna Shorts Festival (Jun 1-6) was Peter Bresnan’s The Rabbit Hunt, which received two main prizes – the Vienna Shorts Film Award for the Fiction & Documentary programme,  and the Jury Prize for best

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VIS NATIONAL COMPETITION: Image/Worlds

The final block of shorts for the VIS national competition programme, “Image/Worlds”, consisted of a series of humorous reflections on art and contemporary society. Apart from Lukas Marxt, the man behind the six-minute homage to a Californian desert used in

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VIS NATIONAL COMPETITION: Future/Music

The fourth day of VIS brought us five films in the National Competition programme titled “Future/Music”. The first two films, O! Fortuna I-VI by Karin Berger and Morsen – Federspiel by Simon Spitzer and Jessyca R. Hauser were of the

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VIS FICTION & DOCUMENTARY: The Way to Paradise

“The Way to Paradise” block of the Fiction & Documentary competition, screened on June 4, dealt with two families, a village and a band of girls looking for their own versions of paradise. The opening film of the block had

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