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    Love & Engineering - The Scientific Method for Romance

    In an effort to help other men like him whose careers in the stoic world of engineering have hinder their social skills preventing them from successfully finding a partner, Atanas Boev, a Bulgarian 3D engineer living in Finland, sets up a romance workshop of sorts. Boev’s quirky field experiments an...

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    European Film Promotion Announces Producers on the Move in Cannes 2014

    Based on their outstanding careers forged on international co-productions, 24 up-and-coming players in the European film industry have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion's (EFP) networking platform Producers on the Move. Now in its 15th year, EFP spotlights emerging European produ...

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    Water & Power- The Mythology of Barrio Lyricism

    Richard Montoya's "Water & Power" is a fusion between experimental Neo Noir and darkly humorous crime saga. It plays with language in a cheeky and tonally perfect manner. Rapid-fire dialogue with a hundred local references per second and endless puns that allude to the protagonists nicknames, all bl...

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    The American Pavilion Plans Record Year for Student Programs at the Cannes Film Festival

    After more than 25 years, The American Pavilion’s student programs at the Cannes International Film Festival will have a record-breaking Festival, with more than 200 students confirmed to participate in the highly-respected program, and more international students than ever before. In addition, Dire...

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    Interview: Ida by Pawel Pawlikowski

    There were two ways to look at this film: as a conceit, as in, “what a great story – a girl about to take her vows in the convent which raised her discovers she is Jewish and returns to the society which destroyed her family” -- or as a journey of a fresh soul into the heart of humanity and finds th...

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    ACID’s Brooklyn in Cannes

    "Brooklyn" is one of a small selection of films which have been chosen for ACID, the newest sidebar to the Cannes Film Festival. Part of the "New Vibe" Film Movement of films made by the disenfranchised filmmakers from the outskirts of Paris, Pascal Tessaud won COLCOA's Award for Best Short with hi...

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    Whistler Film Festival - Call for Submissions

    Whistler Film Festival Opens Call for Submissions for 14th Edition on May 1 for its 14th edition, which runs from December 3 to 7, 2014 and will feature up to 90 films comprised of about 40 features and 50 shorts.

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