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Activities - 06/02/2017
Europa Cinemas at the Berlinale 2017
In the framework of the upcoming 67th Berlinale, a Jury made of 4 Network exhibitors will award the Europa Cinemas Label to a European film from the Panorama section. The 4 Jury members from France, Italy, the United Kingdom and Germany will announce the Award winning film on Saturday, February 18, 2017. This year, 12 films will compete for the Label.
1945 by Ferenc Török (HU)
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME by Luca Guadagnino (IT, FR)
FLUIDO by Shu Lea Cheang (DE)
FROM THE BALCONY (Fra balkongen) by Ole Giaever (NO)
GOD’S OWN COUNTRY by Francis Lee (GB)
INSYRIATED by Philippe Van Leeuw (BE, FR, LB)
THE KING’S CHOICE (Kongens Nei) by Erik Poppe (NO, SE, DK, IE)
THE MISANDRISTS by Bruce LaBruce (DE)
REQUIEM FOR MRS.J. (Rekvijem za gospodju J.) by Bojan Vuletić (RS, BG, MK, RU)
SKINS (Pieles) by Eduardo Casanova (ES)
TIGER GIRL by Jakob Lass (DE)
WHEN THE DAY HAD NO NAME by Teona Mitevska (MK, BE, SI)
The 4 Jury members are: Alice Black (Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, United Kingdom), Pierre-Alexandre Moreau (Cinémas Studio, Tours, France), Monica Naldi (Cinema Beltrade, Milan, Italy) and Feliks Wagner (Neues Off Kino, Berlin, Germany).
Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee
Alice Black is currently the Head of Cinema at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), an internationally recognized center for visual art and cinema in Scotland. With over 25 years’ experience as a film programmer for festivals, independent cinemas and cultural institutions, she continues to work with wide range of content and audiences to promote film culture both locally, nationally and internationally.
Cinémas Studio, Tours
Pierre-Alexandre Moreau has been the President of the Cinémas Studio in Tours for the past two years. The Cinémas Studio in Tours (opened in 1963) is the biggest independent arthouse complex in France. Strongly committed in the community world, Pierre-Alexandre Moreau rejuvenated the audience of his venue, working on mediation and deconstruction of prejudices towards independent venues.
Cinema Beltrade, Milano
After studying art history and cinema, Monica Naldi worked as a teaching assistant in Milan’s universities. Following some experiences in organizing open air and traditional screenings she decided to completely dedicate herself to exhibition and started to work for Cinema Beltrade in Milan, a mono-screen movie theatre that was at risk of closure, and of two small public theatres as well, located in the outskirts. She’s now responsible, together with her colleague Paola Corti, for the programming of the three movie theaters giving particular attention to independent movies and documentaries and choosing practices that foster social and cultural sharing.
Neues Off Kino, Berlin
Born in 1986 in what was formerly East-Berlin, Germany, Feliks Wagner familiarized with Berlin’s cultural and media sector through various work commitments before becoming the youngest Executive Manager within the Yorck Kinogruppe in 2013. There he is in charge of the Neues Off Kino and its personal. A perfect fit for the lifelong film maniac and cinema enthusiast who studied linguistic, cultural studies and digital media studies at the Film University Potsdam-Babelsberg. Since 2011, his passion for film manifests in his commitment to co-organise the yearly "Favourites Film Festival Berlin" as well as its spin-offs in Bergen and Bremen
Fatima Djoumer, Head of International Relations & Events / fatim at djoumer.de
Rémi Bigot Project coordinator / rbigot at europa-cinemas.org
Charles McDonald, Press officer / charles at charlesmcdonald.co.uk