Part monument to the great pioneers of sound, part instructional film, Midge Costin’s Making Waves: the Art of Cinematic Sound is an entertaining, California-centric primer on the often neglected world of sound designers, Foley artists and mixing engineers.
For 38 years, the Berlin Wall divided eastern and western part of the city, East and West Germany, Eastern and Western Block that were engaged in Cold War, and communist and capitalist system with their respective lifestyles. Until it fell, 30 years ago, signalling the victory of one side. That kind of a round anniversary […]
rbb is the New Award Sponsor for Berlinale Documentary Film Award 2020 and rbb media is a Berlinale Co-Partner
As of 2020, the Berlinale Documentary Film Award will be endowed with € 40,000 in prize money sponsored by public broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb). Thanks to the support from rbb, the award for the best documentary film will also be presented at the Berlinale in the future. Starting in 2020, rbb media will be involved […]
Entry deadline for Feature films: March 27, 2020.
Entry deadline for Short and medium length films: March 13, 2020.
American director Jianna Maarten dedicates her 7th short to “the thousands of women in Mexico who have disappeared and the families who still look for them”
Programme overview: Ukraine Stay Real & Ukraine Stay Weird (Uppsala International Short Film Festival)
“It’s weird. But it’s real.” This is a quote from Uppsala International Short Film Festival’s catalog that opens the introduction text about this year’s special programme double bill Ukraine Stay Real and Ukraine Stay Weird, curated by Olha Reiter from Lviv International Short Film Festival Wiz-Art.
One might assume that the film titled My Father Is My Mother’s Brother would be just another futile attempt at provocation,
Robert Frank died in September this year. In the mid 1950s, traveling on a Guggenheim fellowship, he took 27,000 photographs while crossing America. He distilled a book of 81 photographs out of 800 rolls of film and called it The Americans. It made diners, off-beaten tracks and cool cowboys on city pavement popular.