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Need for Meat, Skatekeet and NINNOC nominated for Berlinale 2016

12 February, 2016

The 66th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival is on the corner! This year, it will take place from February 11th -21st.

We are happy to announce that three titles in our catalogue are nominated at several competitions.

Need for Meat is selected to be presented among one of the eleven topical feature-lenght films on the relationship between food, culture and politics during the programme of the 10th Culinary Cinema at Berlinale 2016.

Our youth documentaries, Skatekeet and NINNOC are nomitaed for the Generation Kplus competition at Berlinale 2016.

To screen the selected titles:

  • Click here for Need for Meat
  • Click here for Skatekeet
  • Click here for NINNOC

For further information or license inquiries, please don’t hesitateto contact us.

 

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Theatrical rights of ”Alice Cares” sold to Russia and Germany

27 January, 2016

The cinema rights to ALICE CARES (directed by Sander Burger) have been sold to Germany and Russia. Since late last year the film, which premiered in 2015 at the IFFR, is featured in 25 German cities within the project Arbeiten 4.0, an initiative of the German Ministry of Labour & Social Affairs. Together with DAYS OF SCIENCE, Alice Cares is also screened in various cities in Russia since October 2015.

To screen the documentary, please click here.

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Need for Meat selected at Berlinale 2016

27 January, 2016

Need for Meat is selected to be presented among one of the eleven topical feature-lenght films on the relationsship between food, culture and politics during the programme of the 10th Culinary Cinema at Berlinale 2016.

The program’s motto is “Make Food Not War” and will be held from February 14 to 19, 2016.

Please click here to screen the entire documentary.

 

Aleksander Litvinenko zonder kader

Alexander Litvinenko’s documentary with exclusive interview, now available!

25 January, 2016

On January 21st, the British public inquiry into the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB officer, has not only reported that the Russian state was involved, but that he was probably murdered on the personal orders of Vladimir Putin. In 2007, one year after the killing, VPRO Backlight has made an episode which not only includes various interviews with his wife, father and best friend but also with Litvinenko himself. In this exclusive interview, he reveals that he thinks he could be killed by Putin.

Nowhere else has those words of Litvinenko been captured on camera. Please click here to watch the entire documentary.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further inquries.

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Paolo Ventura is chosen to be presented in Competition at the 34th International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA)

21 January, 2016

The Selection Committee of the 34th International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA), has chosen PAOLO VENTURA to be presented in its competition. FIFA is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion and presentation of the finest productions on art and media art.The festival is to be held in Montréal from March 10th till 20th, 2016.

To screen the full film, please click here.