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Women producers take charge in Chilean cinema
Women are dominating the Chilean film industry more than ever, replicating what is happening across most of Latin America. In Bolivia, 85 percent of the producers are said to be women and in Mexico, nearly half of the audiovisual workforce is female. Of the 10 key Chilean titles participating at the Marché du Film Online Producers Network Spotlight this year, eight are produced by women.
Venice Film Festival a ‘sign of hope’ for world cinema
The decision to hold the Venice Film Festival despite the coronavirus pandemic is being hailed as a “sign of hope” for the movie world after months of closed cinemas, shuttered film sets and cancelled galas.
Iranian Cinematographers’ Guild Association call on President Rouhani to reopen cinemas
Iranian Cinematographers’ Guild Association called on Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to reopen the country’s cinemas while observing health protocols.
Iran’s ‘Dance with Me’ to go on screen in drive-in cinema
Iranian feature ‘Dance with Me’, directed by Soroush Sehhat, will be screened at a drive-in cinema in Tehran.
UK targets July for cinema reopenings, enforces quarantine period for inbound travel
The UK will begin adjusting certain coronavirus restrictions, with quarantine measures to be enforced for anyone traveling into the country, and a July 1 target for the reopening of the hospitality industry and other public places, including cinemas.
Germany could see first cinemas reopen in North Rhine-Westphalia in late May
Cinemas in North Rhine-Westphalia could be the first in Germany to show films again in late May, according to plans set out by the federal state’s Prime Minister Armin Laschet at a press conference in Düsseldorf.
Cinemas to reopen in Ireland on August 10
Cinemas will not reopen in Ireland until August 10, according to new guidelines set out by the government.
Backyard cinema lights up lockdown for Berliners
After weeks of the coronavirus lockdown in the German capital Berlin, with bars, restaurants, shops and cinemas all closed, movies are coming to the people with projections on bare walls in the courtyards of apartment buildings.
Mom creates incredible home cinema for kids
A crafty mom created a home cinema in her front room for her son’s birthday after his trip to watch the film was cancelled.
‘Parasite’ director selects 20 opposite numbers pivotal to cinema future
Bong Joon-ho started his 20th year as a feature filmmaker on a high note with a history-making evening at the 92nd Academy Awards. Bong’s beloved social thriller ‘Parasite’ won South Korea its first Oscars (the film took home prizes for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best International Feature Film) and became the first foreign-language movie to receive the Academy Award for Best Picture. But the Oscar wins aren’t the only way Bong kicked off a milestone year in his career.
CES: World’s first four-sided cinema screen makes debut
At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, leading cinema technology company CJ 4DPLEX debuted a four-sided cinema screen format, the 4DX Screen. It blends two of the most advanced cinema technologies on the market today, resulting in a breakthrough cinematic platform that the company says “will define the future of cinema”.
Nominees for Iran cinema event announced
The nominees for the 13th edition of the Celebration of Iranian Cinema Critics and Screenwriters were released on Monday.
Golden Globe nominations prove Netflix dominated TV, movies
Netflix is having a good year at the Golden Globes with four Best Picture nominations, and 30 nominations in TV and film, as the streaming service dominates an industry that once scoffed at it.
Lebanese film producer impressed by Iranian cinema
One of the jury members of the 49th edition of Iran’s Roshd International Film Festival, Ali Zaher, said he was impressed by Iranian cinema during the event.

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