International film award for leading Serbian actor Slaven Došlo

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Alina Kisina

 

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Marcus Agar

International acclaim is stacking up for Serbian actor SLAVEN DOŠLO, who earned an Angela Award for his outstanding acting performance in Next to Me / Pored Mene.

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Ireland’s Subtitle Film Festival celebrates the best of European cinema

Subtitle Film Festival

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Marcus Agar

European cinema will be celebrated in the week-long Subtitle Film Festival (21-27 November) in the medieval Irish city of Kilkenny.

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Children’s Cinema in Iran

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‘Children of Heaven’, Majid Majidi

 

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Narges Kharghani

 

Cinema is dead of winter! The cinema that has gone through hibernation

 

It’s a common trend in the world of cinema that children’s cinema has the best-selling films. In fact children’s films topped the box office in most countries. But it seems it’s different in Iran.

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I’m Muslim and not gay!

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Ahmed Tharwat

For the last three weeks, the Twin Cities have seen one of the largest film festivals in the country, the 35th MSPIFF Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival showcasing more than 200 new films from around the world.

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Organ harvesting film from first-time director Branko Tomovic

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Marcus Agar

Organ harvesting in the criminal underground is the gruesome subject of the directorial debut of London-based Serb actor Branko Tomovic.

The star of 24: Live Another Day, The Bourne Ultimatum and Brad Pitt’s WWII tank story Fury, co-wrote the dark thriller with young writer Paul D. Clancy.

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