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Nfdc Film Bazaar Work-in-Progress Lab announces selection

A still from Vinay Shukla and Khushboo Ranka’s Proposition for a Revolution

Nfdc Film Bazaar’s Work-in-Progress Lab has announced its selection in Fiction and Documentary categories.

The Work-in-Progress (Wip) Lab gives filmmakers a chance to have their rough-cut feature-length films viewed by an eminent panel of international advisers. These advisers have a one-on-one discussion with the filmmaker with an intention to help the filmmaker achieve an accomplished final cut of the film.

Nfdc Film Bazaar 2014 will be held from November 20-24 in Goa Mariott Resort.

Work-in-Progress Lab 2014:

Fiction :

Bokul by Reema Borah Highway by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni Nil Battey Sannata by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari Tathagat by Manav Kaul Thithi by Raam Reddy

Documentary :

12 Acres by Rajesh Thind Maidaan (Home Ground) by Kavita Carneiro Nehi Mozo Hanü Dizo Le (Without You, I am Nothing) by Anushka Meenakshi and Iswar Srikumar Proposition for a Revolution by Khushboo Ranka
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Gammeltoft named CEO of Copenhagen Film Fund

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Gammeltoft named CEO of Copenhagen Film Fund
Fund becomes operational in September.

Producer Thomas Gammeltoft has been appointed the first CEO of the new Copenhagen Film Fund. The fund is expected to have a budget of Euros 4.7m over three years.

The Fund, set up to attract film and TV co-productions in the city, was confirmed in January and will become operational after he takes the post on Sept 1.

As a producer, Gammeltoft’s credits include Terribly Happy and Stealing Rembrandt. He had been an executive at Eyeworks Fine and Mellow.

He said:

“Denmark has momentum like never before when it comes to TV series and feature films. A film fund in Copenhagen may be the icing on the cake in attracting international films and TV series and creating growth in the region. It is long overdue and it is a great honor for me to be able to take part in it.”

The head of the Copenhagen Film Fund’s board, Jørgen Ramskov, added
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12th Annual EU Film Festival Highlights, Week Three: ‘Angel,’ ‘Left Bank,’ ‘Eden,’ ‘Fear Me Not’

Chicago – The third week of the 12th Annual EU Film Festival at the Siskel Film Center is nearly upon us and we’re back to give you an idea of what to expect in the second half of arguably the best fest in the Windy City. We feature great new films from Ireland, Denmark, the United Kingdom and Belgium.

The first half of EU 2009 (which you can read about here and here) produced some excellent films including Ireland’s “Kisses,” Denmark’s “Worlds Apart,” and France’s “Shall We Kiss?” There’s nothing that we’ve seen that’s quite as notable as “Kisses” or “Worlds Apart,” the two best of the fest through week three, but there is a quartet of films well worth seeing this weekend. Get your calendar out and take notes.

You’re going to be busy on Saturday with a dark trio of quality films - Denmarks “Fear Me Not,
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