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  • We Make Movies International Film Festival 2019

    The We Make Movies International Film Festival is a new festival celebrating the Do It Yourself filmmaking aesthetic -- if you had an idea for a film and just went ahead and made it instead of waiting for someone else to make it for you? You are our kind of filmmaker.

    Held every summer in the heart of Hollywood, the movie capital of the world, WMMIFF is the "pull yourself up by your own bootstraps" festival, celebrating the self-starters and finishers of the filmmaking world.


    Monday, April 15, 2019 (All day)
  • Gesture - 1st screening of AXWFF's 9th Season

    For full info, see: Programme:

    • CONNEXION; Hind Saâd; France; 2.01
    • ARTIST STATEMENT; Shayna Connelly; USA; 5.15
    • ANXIETY; Müge Yildiz; TURKEY; 3.00
    • TRAVERSE; Natasha Maidoff; USA; 3.00
    • BECOMING; Ariel Teal; USA; 8:03
    • WE’RE ALL CONNECTED; Naz Shahrokh; United Arab Emirates; 5.26
    • TERESA; Tânia Dinis; PORTUGAL; 4:37



    Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 18:00


  • FILMADRID 2019 Call for entries

    FILMADRID International Film Festival promotes and exhibits a type of film production based on authorship, proposing a space for dialog on contemporary film and its formal and esthetic approaches. FILMADRID International Film Festival was born with the determination to discover new paths in the landscape of contemporary cinematography, focusing on the promotion and exhibition of authorship in films.


    Monday, April 1, 2019 (All day)
  • FILM PANIC Issue 7 - Out Now!

    In issue 7 of FILM PANIC Magazine we speak with six artists working across the vast landscape that is contemporary moving image. Their work ranges from experimental feature films for cinema, to multiscreen video works for gallery, to expanded cinema performances and to short films for both the small and big screen.


  • Elas Por Trás Das Câmeras (Women Behind Cameras)

    We are all very different inhabiting disparate world of thoughts. This retrospective called Elas Por Trás Das Câmeras (aka Women Behind Cameras) showcases works of several women video artists and filmmakers from Brazil. Each of them discerns the world in a distinctively different and divergent way. When they move they also move their world. What surrounds them at each instant is a part of a private universe that advances with them.


    Monday, December 10, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, December 15, 2018 (All day)


  • BFMAF's 2019 Call for Entries is now open!

    The 15th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival would love to see your work.

    Entries will be considered for all areas of the programme including:

    • Cinema screenings - all lengths and formats
    • Moving image based installations & performance works

    Entries under 60min will be considered for the Berwick New Cinema Award and a £1000 prize.

    Complete your entry using the following online form.


    Friday, April 5, 2019 (All day)