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Berlinale Talents 2018: Nancy Schreiber, Agnès Godard, Christian Petzold, João Pedro Rodrigues, Ryūichi Sakamoto, Gus Van Sant, Carla Simón, Lav Diaz, Lauren Greenfield, David and Nathan Zellner, ...
The Medienboard-funded program Berlinale Talents 2018 is welcoming 250 filmmakers from 81 countries in Berlin from February 17 - 22, 2018, including 128 women and 122 men. For six days they will have ...
Created by Berlin-based developer Playsnak, Shaman: Spirithunter casts you as a fledgling shaman whose people are wiped out when winter grips the land and never departs. Only by levelling-up your ...
Bridging the Dragon and the European Film Market will present the 4th Sino-European Production Seminar on Wednesday, 21 February 2018 at the EFM Producers Hub.
Like every year the event will gather ...
The Medienboard funded workshop equips film and TV producers and distributors with the tools to help them capitalise on the opportunities of digital distribution in order to maximize the reach and ...
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