27 mar. 2012

Convocatoria Festival de cine de Martil 2012 Marruecos

Abierto el plazo de inscripción a los 2 concursos del Festival de Cine marroquí e iberoamericano de Martil que se celebrará entre el 27 de mayo al 2 de junio de 2012.

Consultad los documentos adjuntos y para más información nuestra página web: www.martilfilmfestival.ma

Plazo: hasta el 30 de abril 2012-03-19

 Festival de cine de Martil.
B.P 9 Martil 93150
Marruecos.
www.martilfilmfestival.ma

 

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SE BUSCAN ACTORES ACTRICES PARA CINE CON MUCHAS GANAS DE SU PRIMER LARGOMETRAJE.

Cristhian Penna publicó en el grupo "Talentos y Productores."

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27 de marzo de 2012 13:19

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26 mar. 2012

13avo Film Festival HAVANA New York Us. Havana Film Festival New Yorkk 2012 Begins!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Press Contact: Diana Vargas
press@dianavargas.com / 917-658-7735
press@hffny.com / 212-687-2146

13th HAVANA FILM FESTIVAL NEW YORK Celebrates Latin American Cinema APRIL 12-20, 2012

Special Events The Bronx April 20, Queens April 20-22

Actress Eslinda Nuñez and Cinematographer Raúl Perez Ureta
will be in hand to receive special tributes

19 FILMS COMPETE FOR THE HAVANA STAR PRIZE

New York City, March 18, 2012. The 13th annual Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) runs April 12-20 with more than 40 highly anticipated and influential films from and about Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latinos in the U.S. including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Spain, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and the U.S will be in the festival's five venues and 3 boroughs. They span a variety of genres and themes, ranging from comedy, thrillers, action, drama and documentaries to children's tales, as well as films from and about indigenous peoples from Guatemala, Mexico, and Colombia. All foreign language films are subtitled in English.

The Opening Night Ceremony will be held on April 12th, 7pm, at the Directors Guild Theatre, with the Cuban box office hit Habanastation. Ian Padrón's opera prima is a fun-witty film that depicts Havana today through the eyes of two kids from different social backgrounds. Habanastation is also part of the family programs at the Quad Cinema, April 15th, 12:30pm and at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, April 21st, 12pm.

Closing Night Film: HFFNY closes on April 20th, 7pm, at the New York Directors Guild Theatre with the N.Y. premiere of the first "zombie movie" made in Cuba Juan of the Dead, Alejandro Brugues' second feature film. A series of strange events start to develop. At first, Juan believes that it's just another stage of the Cuban revolution but then he realizes that the culprits are not human and killing them would be very difficult.

HFFNY opens its full schedule of activities on Friday, April 13th, 1 pm for a week of screenings at the Quad Cinema 34 W. 13th Street with the NY premiere of the Venezuelan film, La hora Cero / The Zero Hour (Diego Velasco).

Proud to pay tribute to those influential figures of the Latin American cinema, the festival honors Cuban actress Eslinda Nuñez. For more than 40 years, Eslinda has participated in some of the most important films made in Cuba including Lucia by Humberto Salás, Memorias del subdesarrollo by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. She will be in NY presenting the films Amada, Cecilia (these two directed by Humberto Solas) and Bailando Cha Cha Cha (Manuel Herrera.)

HFFNY is also honoring one of the masters of the art of photography, cinematographer Raul Perez Ureta. The collaborator of directors like Fernando Pérez (Madagascar, La vida es silbar, Suite Habana), Daniel Díaz Torres (Otra mujer, Alicia en el pueblo de Maravillas, Hacerse el sueco), Gerardo Chijona (Boleto al paraiso, Perfecto amor equivocado), he is the head of the Photography Department at the San Antonio de los Baños, International Film and TV School. Perez Ureta is described as a cinematographer "who has created a contrasting, paradoxical aesthetic by beautifying unhappiness and casting a shadow over joy." Perez Ureta will be presenting two films in which he has been awarded Best Phorography: Martí, The Eye of Canary (a New York Premiere) and Madrigal (both directed by Fernando Pérez).

19 films will be competing to receive the third Havana Star Prize for Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay, as well as the second Havana Star Prize for Best Documentary, which will be awarded on April 20th at the Closing Night ceremony.

The films competing for the Havana Star Prize in Fiction are:
1. El Páramo - Jaime Osorio, Colombia-Argentina
2. Habanastation - Ian Padrón, Cuba
3. Juntos para siempre - Pablo Solarz, Argentina
4. Los Marziano - Ana Katz, Argentina
5. Martí El ojo del canario – Fernando Perez, Cuba
6. Distancia - Sergio Ramirez, Guatemala
7. Hora Cero – Diego Velasco, Venezuela
8. Ulises – Oscar Godoy, Chile
9. Sal – Diego Rougier, Chile-Argentina
10. Trabalhar Cansa – Marco Dutra / Juliana Rojas, Brazil
11. Alguien ha visto a Lupita – Gonzalo Justiniano, Mexico-Chile
12. La lucha de Ana – Bladimir Abud, Dominican Republic – Mexico

The films competing for the Havana Star Prize in Documentary are:
1. Con mi corazón en Yambo - Fernanda Restrepo, Ecuador
2. Nacimos el 31 de diciembre - Priscilla Padilla Farfán, Colombia
3. Caminando Aragon – Tane Martinez, Cuba-U.S
4. El professor Saharaui – Nicolas Muñoz, Cuba-Spain
5. Ser un ser humano - Russell Porter / various directors, EICTV
6. Las Carpetas – Maite Rivera. Puerto Rico.
7. 100 sones cubanos – Edesio Alejandro, Cuba-Dominican Republic.

HFFNY is proud to announce the new partnership with the Instituto Cervantes. This important cultural institution will host the festival on April 16, 18 and 19 with a variety of free events: On Monday, April 16th, 6pm, Omar de la Cruz, director of the Dominican Global Film Festival presents a series of Dominican short films that were selected to participate in their 2011 edition. At 7:30 pm, the panel From-Script-To-Screen with four professionally diverse screenwriters (Pablo Solarz, Ana Katz, Jairo Carrillo, Marco Dutra) and moderated by Ángel Lara will discuss, among other topics: genre vs. auteur cinema; the audience (the spectator) and the elements involved in the creative process and the importance of the ‘triangular' writer-director-producer relationship. Following the panel, HFFNY celebrates the creation of Fundación para las Narrativas Audiovisuales en Español (FUNAVE) New York with a cocktail party.

Wednesday April 18th is the night for documentaries. At 6pm, the Grammy nominee, The 100 Cuban "Sones"directed by Edesio Alejandro (Cuba) will have its NY Premiere. Its director will be present for Q&A. At 7:40pm, , Ser un ser humano / To Be a Human Being, a film series produced by the International School of Film and TV of San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba (EICTV) in collaboration with students from seven schools around the world. There will be Q&A with Rafael Rosal, Director of EICTV.

Thursday April 19th at 7 pm, as part of the indigenous film series, HFFNY will present a showcase of short films selected from Totonacapan en corto, the festival organized by Cumbre Tajin in Veracruz, Mexico and a showcase of Mayan Cinema made by Mayan students from Casa Comal Film School in Guatemala. Following the screenings there will be the panel, "History and Social Memory, a Self-Reflection from Latin American Cinema." The panel of filmmakers, moderated by Javier Rioyo of the Instituto Cervantes, will discuss, among other topics: Indigenous communities and political ideology; subaltern voices and hegemonic discourses; visibility and representation of subgroups in the media; reconciling war crimes and restorations from ethnic, religious, and gender perspectives.

Highlights of the 2012 Festival include the special presentation of El estudiante (Santiago Mitre, Argentina), winner in major film festivals around the world. The Student is the story of Roque who arrives in Buenos Aires to attend the university, but ends up finding his true calling as a political militant and student leader. Argentinian director and actress, Ana Katz will present two of her films, her well received second feature film, A Stray Girlfriend (2007) which she co-wrote, acted in and directed and her newest film, Los Marziano (2011). She will be available at both screenings for Q&A. Four short documentaries will be part of the line-up: Simply Korda by Cuban Director Roberto Chile, in which Cuban artist Alberto Korda, perhaps known around the world mostly for his iconic Che Guevara photo, shares his fascination with feminine beauty and early years of the Cuban Revolution. Also included by the same director, I Am Tata Nganga, the life of Enrique Hernández Armenteros popularly known as "Enrique of La Hata," a 93 year old priest of Afro-Cuban religions and of the mystical world of Palo Monte, who has dedicated close to 60 years of his life to helping others. U.S. director Catherine Murphy will present The Teacher, the Cuban Literacy Campaign of 1961, which changed the nations literacy levels within one year. More than half of the volunteers were women. This film relates their life stories.

An exciting program, bringing Latin American Cinema to Queens, is set for the week-end at the magnificently renovated, Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, beginning Friday, April 20th, 7pm with the NY premiere of El páramo / The Squad (Colombia-Panama). Producer Ignacio Rey will be present for Q&A; on Sat., April 21st, 12pm, a family program with the film Habanastation will be screened. Director Ian Padrón will be present for Q&A; Sunday, April 22nd, 6:30pm with The Student(Santiago Mitre, Argentina).

On April 20th, 6pm, HFFNY presents at the Bronx Museum of the Arts Caminando Aragon, a Tane Martinez documentary about Orquesta Aragón. The 72 year old band is one of the jewels of Cuba's musical heritage. In this documentary members of the orchestra share their anecdotes and success stories on a musical journey from Havana, Cienfuegos, and New York during two concerts in 2011. A party with DJ Asho and a live performance by Gerardo Cortino y sus Habaneros follows the screening celebrating the music of Cuba.

The presenting sponsor of HFFNY 2012 is NBC / Telemundo 47. Additional sponsorship is provided by El Diario La Prensa, TD Bank, Xael Charters, Marazul Charters, Tespis Magazine, Enrola TV, Rockamedia, Copacabana Pizza & Grill, Sombrero, Il Buco, and Brazil Grill. Official hotel sponsors are the Maritime Hotel, and Paramount. HFFNY is made possible with public funds from the NYS Council on the Arts, a state agency and supported, in part, by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. HFFNY is also supported by Mayor Bloomberg's Latin Media and Entertainment Commission (LMEC).

The Havana Film Festival New York is a project of American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba (AFLFC), a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization building cultural bridges between the U.S. and Cuba through programs in the arts.

For Havana Film Festival New York information and schedule visit www.HFFNY.com click here For screeners, interviews with directors and photos in HR, please contact Diana Vargas: E/ press@dianavargas.com; C/ 917-658-7735 or 917-668-7344
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press@dianavargas.com • Havana Film Festival NY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Press Contact: Diana Vargas
press@dianavargas.com / 917-658-7735
press@hffny.com / 212-687-2146

13th HAVANA FILM FESTIVAL NEW YORK Celebrates Latin American Cinema APRIL 12-20, 2012

Special Events The Bronx April 20, Queens April 20-22

Actress Eslinda Nuñez and Cinematographer Raúl Perez Ureta
will be in hand to receive special tributes

19 FILMS COMPETE FOR THE HAVANA STAR PRIZE

New York City, March 18, 2012. The 13th annual Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) runs April 12-20 with more than 40 highly anticipated and influential films from and about Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latinos in the U.S. including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Spain, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and the U.S will be in the festival's five venues and 3 boroughs. They span a variety of genres and themes, ranging from comedy, thrillers, action, drama and documentaries to children's tales, as well as films from and about indigenous peoples from Guatemala, Mexico, and Colombia. All foreign language films are subtitled in English.

The Opening Night Ceremony will be held on April 12th, 7pm, at the Directors Guild Theatre, with the Cuban box office hit Habanastation. Ian Padrón's opera prima is a fun-witty film that depicts Havana today through the eyes of two kids from different social backgrounds. Habanastation is also part of the family programs at the Quad Cinema, April 15th, 12:30pm and at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, April 21st, 12pm.

Closing Night Film: HFFNY closes on April 20th, 7pm, at the New York Directors Guild Theatre with the N.Y. premiere of the first "zombie movie" made in Cuba Juan of the Dead, Alejandro Brugues' second feature film. A series of strange events start to develop. At first, Juan believes that it's just another stage of the Cuban revolution but then he realizes that the culprits are not human and killing them would be very difficult.

HFFNY opens its full schedule of activities on Friday, April 13th, 1 pm for a week of screenings at the Quad Cinema 34 W. 13th Street with the NY premiere of the Venezuelan film, La hora Cero / The Zero Hour (Diego Velasco).

Proud to pay tribute to those influential figures of the Latin American cinema, the festival honors Cuban actress Eslinda Nuñez. For more than 40 years, Eslinda has participated in some of the most important films made in Cuba including Lucia by Humberto Salás, Memorias del subdesarrollo by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. She will be in NY presenting the films Amada, Cecilia (these two directed by Humberto Solas) and Bailando Cha Cha Cha (Manuel Herrera.)

HFFNY is also honoring one of the masters of the art of photography, cinematographer Raul Perez Ureta. The collaborator of directors like Fernando Pérez (Madagascar, La vida es silbar, Suite Habana), Daniel Díaz Torres (Otra mujer, Alicia en el pueblo de Maravillas, Hacerse el sueco), Gerardo Chijona (Boleto al paraiso, Perfecto amor equivocado), he is the head of the Photography Department at the San Antonio de los Baños, International Film and TV School. Perez Ureta is described as a cinematographer "who has created a contrasting, paradoxical aesthetic by beautifying unhappiness and casting a shadow over joy." Perez Ureta will be presenting two films in which he has been awarded Best Phorography: Martí, The Eye of Canary (a New York Premiere) and Madrigal (both directed by Fernando Pérez).

19 films will be competing to receive the third Havana Star Prize for Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenplay, as well as the second Havana Star Prize for Best Documentary, which will be awarded on April 20th at the Closing Night ceremony.

The films competing for the Havana Star Prize in Fiction are:
1. El Páramo - Jaime Osorio, Colombia-Argentina
2. Habanastation - Ian Padrón, Cuba
3. Juntos para siempre - Pablo Solarz, Argentina
4. Los Marziano - Ana Katz, Argentina
5. Martí El ojo del canario – Fernando Perez, Cuba
6. Distancia - Sergio Ramirez, Guatemala
7. Hora Cero – Diego Velasco, Venezuela
8. Ulises – Oscar Godoy, Chile
9. Sal – Diego Rougier, Chile-Argentina
10. Trabalhar Cansa – Marco Dutra / Juliana Rojas, Brazil
11. Alguien ha visto a Lupita – Gonzalo Justiniano, Mexico-Chile
12. La lucha de Ana – Bladimir Abud, Dominican Republic – Mexico

The films competing for the Havana Star Prize in Documentary are:
1. Con mi corazón en Yambo - Fernanda Restrepo, Ecuador
2. Nacimos el 31 de diciembre - Priscilla Padilla Farfán, Colombia
3. Caminando Aragon – Tane Martinez, Cuba-U.S
4. El professor Saharaui – Nicolas Muñoz, Cuba-Spain
5. Ser un ser humano - Russell Porter / various directors, EICTV
6. Las Carpetas – Maite Rivera. Puerto Rico.
7. 100 sones cubanos – Edesio Alejandro, Cuba-Dominican Republic.

HFFNY is proud to announce the new partnership with the Instituto Cervantes. This important cultural institution will host the festival on April 16, 18 and 19 with a variety of free events: On Monday, April 16th, 6pm, Omar de la Cruz, director of the Dominican Global Film Festival presents a series of Dominican short films that were selected to participate in their 2011 edition. At 7:30 pm, the panel From-Script-To-Screen with four professionally diverse screenwriters (Pablo Solarz, Ana Katz, Jairo Carrillo, Marco Dutra) and moderated by Ángel Lara will discuss, among other topics: genre vs. auteur cinema; the audience (the spectator) and the elements involved in the creative process and the importance of the ‘triangular' writer-director-producer relationship. Following the panel, HFFNY celebrates the creation of Fundación para las Narrativas Audiovisuales en Español (FUNAVE) New York with a cocktail party.

Wednesday April 18th is the night for documentaries. At 6pm, the Grammy nominee, The 100 Cuban "Sones"directed by Edesio Alejandro (Cuba) will have its NY Premiere. Its director will be present for Q&A. At 7:40pm, , Ser un ser humano / To Be a Human Being, a film series produced by the International School of Film and TV of San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba (EICTV) in collaboration with students from seven schools around the world. There will be Q&A with Rafael Rosal, Director of EICTV.

Thursday April 19th at 7 pm, as part of the indigenous film series, HFFNY will present a showcase of short films selected from Totonacapan en corto, the festival organized by Cumbre Tajin in Veracruz, Mexico and a showcase of Mayan Cinema made by Mayan students from Casa Comal Film School in Guatemala. Following the screenings there will be the panel, "History and Social Memory, a Self-Reflection from Latin American Cinema." The panel of filmmakers, moderated by Javier Rioyo of the Instituto Cervantes, will discuss, among other topics: Indigenous communities and political ideology; subaltern voices and hegemonic discourses; visibility and representation of subgroups in the media; reconciling war crimes and restorations from ethnic, religious, and gender perspectives.

Highlights of the 2012 Festival include the special presentation of El estudiante (Santiago Mitre, Argentina), winner in major film festivals around the world. The Student is the story of Roque who arrives in Buenos Aires to attend the university, but ends up finding his true calling as a political militant and student leader. Argentinian director and actress, Ana Katz will present two of her films, her well received second feature film, A Stray Girlfriend (2007) which she co-wrote, acted in and directed and her newest film, Los Marziano (2011). She will be available at both screenings for Q&A. Four short documentaries will be part of the line-up: Simply Korda by Cuban Director Roberto Chile, in which Cuban artist Alberto Korda, perhaps known around the world mostly for his iconic Che Guevara photo, shares his fascination with feminine beauty and early years of the Cuban Revolution. Also included by the same director, I Am Tata Nganga, the life of Enrique Hernández Armenteros popularly known as "Enrique of La Hata," a 93 year old priest of Afro-Cuban religions and of the mystical world of Palo Monte, who has dedicated close to 60 years of his life to helping others. U.S. director Catherine Murphy will present The Teacher, the Cuban Literacy Campaign of 1961, which changed the nations literacy levels within one year. More than half of the volunteers were women. This film relates their life stories.

An exciting program, bringing Latin American Cinema to Queens, is set for the week-end at the magnificently renovated, Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, beginning Friday, April 20th, 7pm with the NY premiere of El páramo / The Squad (Colombia-Panama). Producer Ignacio Rey will be present for Q&A; on Sat., April 21st, 12pm, a family program with the film Habanastation will be screened. Director Ian Padrón will be present for Q&A; Sunday, April 22nd, 6:30pm with The Student(Santiago Mitre, Argentina).

On April 20th, 6pm, HFFNY presents at the Bronx Museum of the Arts Caminando Aragon, a Tane Martinez documentary about Orquesta Aragón. The 72 year old band is one of the jewels of Cuba's musical heritage. In this documentary members of the orchestra share their anecdotes and success stories on a musical journey from Havana, Cienfuegos, and New York during two concerts in 2011. A party with DJ Asho and a live performance by Gerardo Cortino y sus Habaneros follows the screening celebrating the music of Cuba.

The presenting sponsor of HFFNY 2012 is NBC / Telemundo 47. Additional sponsorship is provided by El Diario La Prensa, TD Bank, Xael Charters, Marazul Charters, Tespis Magazine, Enrola TV, Rockamedia, Copacabana Pizza & Grill, Sombrero, Il Buco, and Brazil Grill. Official hotel sponsors are the Maritime Hotel, and Paramount. HFFNY is made possible with public funds from the NYS Council on the Arts, a state agency and supported, in part, by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. HFFNY is also supported by Mayor Bloomberg's Latin Media and Entertainment Commission (LMEC).

The Havana Film Festival New York is a project of American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba (AFLFC), a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization building cultural bridges between the U.S. and Cuba through programs in the arts.

For Havana Film Festival New York information and schedule visit www.HFFNY.com click here For screeners, interviews with directors and photos in HR, please contact Diana Vargas: E/ press@dianavargas.com; C/ 917-658-7735 or 917-668-7344
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PRODUCTO: SKY (OLIMPIADAS)
PRODUCTORA: EL MALL
BUY OUT: TV, PANTALLAS ELECTRÓNICAS, INTERNET 6 MESES
COMPETENCIA: SISTEMA DE TV DE PAGA
FILMACION: 9 Y 10 DE ABRIL
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16 mar. 2012

Clase Magistral "De la idea a la pantalla" por Irena Taskovski, de Taskovski Films LTD

Clase Magistral "De la idea a la pantalla" por Irena Taskovski, de Taskovski Films LTD

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DE LA IDEA A LA PANTALLA

CLASE MAGISTRAL POR IRENA TASKOVSKI

El Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, A.C. tiene el gusto de invitarlos
a la Clase Magistral que impartirá Irena Taskovski, fundadora deTaskovski
Films, en la que se tocarán los siguientes temas:

  • Cómo volver una historia local en una historia para el mundo.
  • Financiamiento y co-producción.
  • Estrategias de festivales y distribución.

Modera, Jorge Sánchez Sosa, productor.

FECHA: Miércoles 21 de marzo de 2012

HORA: 17:00 hrs.

LUGAR: Sala Luis Buñuel (THX)

COSTO: Entrada libre

¡Los esperamos!

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IRENA TASKOVSKI

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Originaria de Bosnia, Irena estudió cinematografía en la Escuela de Cine de Praga (FAMU). También realizó estudios en la Escuela de Cine y Televisión Sam Spiegel en Jerusalén y obtuvo una maestría en la Escuela Nacional de Cine y Televisión (NFTS) en Londres. Crecer en un país donde los temas sociales y políticos culminaron en una guerra, además de vivir en una post-comunista República Checa, enriquecieron sus experiencias de vida. Irena tiene muchas historias aún por contar en la pantalla, que reflejen la diversidad social y cultural del este y el oeste.

 

Colaboró en desarrollo y financiamiento en la compañía productora Autonoumus (productores ingleses del filme de Bosnia No Man's Land, D.Tanovic). Posteriormente colaboró en el departamento de publicidad y mercadotecnia de Tartan Films Distribution en Londres, especializado en cine extranjero independiente.

 

Ha organizado y programado varios festivales, incluyendo un tributo a Stephen Frears en el Festival de Sarajevo 2001, el Indies Film Festival de Praga en 1999, y el Festival de Cine Checo de Bosnia en 1998. En 2004 participó como scout de películas de Europa del este para el Festival de Venecia.

 

En otoño de 2007, fundó el Film Institute de Banjaluka e inició el Festival Internacional de Cine de Banjaluka, 2008, donde colaboró como directora artística.

 

Ha sido docente en la Escuela de Cine de Praga (FAMU) y la Escuela Nacional de Cine y Televisión de Londres, y tutora en el Instituto Praga de Cine Documental como experta en ventas internacionales y distribución, enfocado al cine documental europeo de autor. Irena ha impartido talleres a profesionales sobre estrategias de mercadotecnia y distribución para festivales de cine: Festival Internacional de Cracovia, Connecting Cottbus en Alemania, evento Báltico Tallin en Estonia, Sunny Side of the Docs, DocEdge Kolkata, y el Talent Campus de Guadalajara, además de otros eventos como SOURCES 2, taller de desarrollo de guión, y en varios páneles como EDN Meet the Distributors en la Berlinale 2012.

 

Miembro del jurado en los festivales: Festroja Inernational Film Festival Portugal 2005, Trieste Film Festival 2008, Krakow International Film Festival 2008, ZagrebDox 2009, Vilnius Int'l Film Festival 2011, y DOK - Leipzig 2011.

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TASKOVSKI FILMS LTD.
http://www.taskovskifilms.com/

Taskovski Film Ltd es una compañía internacional de venta y producción de cine independiente de ficción y documental. Celebramos formas innovadoras y arriesgadas de realización, que involucren y sorprendan a públicos alrededor del mundo. Nuestra pasión es descubrir nuevos talentos e historias autorales.

Taskovski es co-productor y agente de ventas de: People I could have been and maybe I am (Premiado en IDFA, Visions du Réel, HotDocs), el multipremiado documental Czech Dream (el documental europeo más exitoso), Czech Peace (Mejor Película DMZ Docs), Cooking History (nominado a los premios de la Academia Europea, Premio Especial del Jurado en Hot Docs 2009 y Premio FIPRESCI, DOK -Leipzig 2009, entre otros).

Nuestro portafolio incluye: Mustafa's Sweet Dreams de Angelos Abazoglou (Premier Mundial Berlinale 2012), The Bella Vista de Alicia Cano (Uruguay), Work Hard Play Hard de Carmen Losmann (Premio FIPRESCI - DOK Leipzig 2011, Premio del Jurado Ecuménico - DOK Leipzig 2011, Premio Ambiente Laboral Sano - DOK Leipzig 2011, Premio Llave Dorada - Kassel Documentary Festival 2011), Daughter de María Paz González (Mejor Documental - FIDOCS 2011). La Academia Europea entregó un reconocimiento al realizador Audrius Stonys por su reciente producción Ramin, y a Helena Trestikova, cuya trilogía tiene un exitoso recorrido por festivales: Katka (premiada en RIDM. Premio DocTape al Mejor Documental, Premio de Edición, Premio de la Crítica Checa) Rene (ganador de un premio de la Academia Europea - Prix Arte 2008, Paloma de Oro al Mejor Documental Internacional en DOK Leipzig 2008, entre otros), y la multipremiada Marcela.

Las actividades principales de la empresa son: 

  • Promoción y ventas.
  • Desarrollo, financiamiento y coproducción de largometrajes de ficción y
    documental. 
  • Consultoría de festivales y servicios de publicidad. 

Subdirección de Divulgación e Investigación

Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, A.C.
divulgacion@elccc.com.mx | +52 (55) 4155 0090 Ext. 1813

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El primer festival en internet de cine iberoamericano! CENTRO CULTURAL DE ESPAÑA EN MEXICO

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Filmotech.com organiza iber.film.america

el primer festival en internet de cine iberoamericano

 

  • El primer festival en internet de cine iberoamericano, iber.film.america, ofrece de forma gratuita producciones cinematográficas para la comunidad online de España e Iberoamérica.
  • Trece películas compiten en la sección oficial a concurso por el Premio de la Crítica y el Premio del Público.
  • El Festival, que se celebrará del 27 de marzo al 16 de abril, puede seguirse en www.iberfilmamerica.com y Facebook.

 

A partir del próximo 27 de marzo hasta el 16 de abril la comunidad online iberoamericana podrá disfrutar del Primer Festival en Internet de Cine Iberoamericano,  www.iberfilmamerica.com, una iniciativa de filmotech.com, con el apoyo del ICAA (Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales) y de FIPCA (Federación Iberoamericana de Productores Cinematográficos y Audiovisuales).

 

El festival nace con el objetivo de acercar y exhibir contenidos audiovisuales en ambos continentes a través de nuevos canales de distribución, facilitando el acceso a la cinematografía entre la comunidad iberoamericana.

 

Iber.film.america ofrece de manera gratuíta y legal, a través del visionado online (en streaming), una selección de trece títulos actuales y representativos de las cinematografías de  Iberoamérica y España. Títulos que no son fáciles de visionar sino a través de festivales internacionales.

 

Durante tres semanas, los usuarios que se encuentren dentro del territorio español  e iberoamericano podrán acceder gratuitamente al visionado online de cualquiera de las películas a competición (hasta un máximo de 10.000 visionados por título). De esta forma, serán los espectadores los responsables de elegir el film que obtendrá el Premio del Público, a través de la aplicación del Festival disponible en Facebook. 

 

Sección Oficial a concurso

El Primer Festival en Internet de Cine Iberoamericano ofrece una selección de trece películas que han participado y/o han sido premiadas en múltiples festivales como el de San Sebastián  y Sundance (Contracorriente, de Javier Fuentes León), Venecia (Jean Gentil, de Laura Amelia Guzmán e Israel Cárdenas) y Málaga (La mala verdad, de Miguel Ángel Rocca y Boleto al paraíso, de Gerardo Chijona Valdés). Todos los títulos han sido producidos dentro del territorio iberoamericano entre 2009 y 2011.

 

Premio de la Crítica

El jurado, compuesto por periodistas y críticos especializados de ambos continentes, entregará el Premio de la Crítica, dotado con 3.000 US$ para el productor de la película y un viaje al Foro EGEDA del Audiovisual Iberoamericano, que se celebrará en Panamá entre los días 24 y 26 de abril de 2012.

 

Premio del Público

Los internautas podrán evaluar y votar a las películas participantes en la sección oficial a través de la aplicación de Facebook creada en exclusiva para el Festival, que incluye acceso a materiales extra. La película más votada por los espectadores será la ganadora del Premio del Público. Entre todos los espectadores que participen en la selección del ganador del Premio del Público se sorteará un viaje a Los Ángeles para disfrutar de  la XVIII Edición del Recent Spanish Cinema y diez bonos “Tarifa Plana Mensual” para el visionado gratuito de cine en español en el portal de cine online filmotech.com.

 

 

Para más información y petición de materiales (adjuntamos cartel):

 

    

Esteban Espinosa

Responsable de Comunicación y Medios para Iberoamérica

prensa@virtualcontenidos.com 

Tlf. 00.34.651.633.369

Skype: esteban.espinosa.prensa   

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14 mar. 2012

Clase Magistral "La teoría del color y la imagen en movimiento" por Salvador Melita

Asunto: Clase Magistral "La teoría del color y la imagen en movimiento" por Salvador Melita

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LA TEORÍA DEL COLOR Y LA IMAGEN EN MOVIMIENTO


CLASE MAGISTRAL POR SALVADOR MELITA

El Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, A.C. tiene el gusto de invitarlos a la Clase Magistral que impartirá Salvador Melita, destacado cinefotógrafo, sobre los principios de la teoría del color y las aplicaciones en la producción, control y reproducción de la imagen en movimiento.

FECHA:
Viernes 16 de marzo de 2012

HORA:
18:00 a 19:30 hrs.

LUGAR:
Sala Luis Buñuel (THX)

COSTO:
Entrada libre


SALVADOR MELITA

Uno de los profesionales mas destacados en América Latina por su trabajo sobre las aplicaciones del sistema zonal en color. En 1985 egresa en la especialidad de Iluminación y Cámara del Centro Experimental y de Realización Cinematográfica, CERC, dependiente del Instituto Nacional de Cinematografía de Argentina. Fue docente en todos los niveles de iluminación y cámara en el Centro Experimental y de Realización Cinematográfica (CERC), Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y Realización Cinematográfica (ENERC), la Universidad del Cine (FUC) y el Centro de Formación Profesional del Sindicato de la Industria Cinematográfica Argentina, en Buenos Aires, donde también dictó su curso de color. Ha participado en varios congresos de color en el país y el extranjero. Además de su labor como docente, se desempeña como Director de Fotografía de largometrajes e iluminador de Televisión. Es profesor titular en la Universidad Nacional de La Plata y del curso regular del Departamento de Fotografía de la EICTV.  

   

¡Los esperamos!

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Subdirección de Divulgación e Investigación

Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, A.C.
divulgacion@elccc.com.mx | +52 (55) 4155 0090 Ext. 1813

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13 mar. 2012

Festival Internacional y Mercado de Cine de Brasov: 19-29 de Julio, 2012

I: Festival Internacional y Mercado de Cine de Brasov: 19-29 de Julio, 2012

PARA PUBLICACIÓN INMEDIATA

 

Festival Internacional y Mercado de Cine de Brasov: 19-29 de Julio, 2012

Se lanza un nuevo festival anual de cine que representa películas no violentas en Europa.

El festival  se llevara a cabo en Brasov, Rumania y se proyectaran en la competición nueve largometrajes.

 

 

Festival  representative:

Elisabetta Errani Emaldi

E-mail address: errani.emaldi@alice.it

http://www.errani-emaldi-sceneggiature.it

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

Brasov International Film Festival & Market: July 19-29, 2012

 

     www.r ollywood.org

 

A new annual film festival showcasing nonviolent feature films is launching in Europe. The festival takes place in Brasov - Romania and it will screen a total of nine feature films in competition.

 

Festival  Representative:

Elisabetta Errani Emaldi

E-mail address: errani.emaldi@alice.it

errani.emaldi@alice.it

http://www.errani-emaldi-sceneggiature.it

 


 

PARA PUBLICACIÓN INMEDIATA

 

Festival Internacional y Mercado de Cine de Brasov:

19-29 de Julio, 2012

 

 Se lanza un nuevo festival anual de cine que representa películas no violentas en Europa. El festival  se llevara a cabo en Brasov, Rumania y se proyectaran en la competición nueve largometrajes.

 

 

Festival  representative:

Elisabetta Errani Emaldi

E-mail address: errani.emaldi@alice.it

http://www.errani-emaldi-sceneggiature.it

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