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Activities - 31/01/2013
Label Europa Cinemas in Berlin!
On the 15th February, a jury made of four exhibitors of the network will grant the Europa Cinemas Label for Best European Film during Panorama section at the Berlinale.
Films eligible for Europa Cinemas Label:
AYER NO TERMINA NUNCA (Yesterday Never Ends) by Isabel Coixet (Spain)
BOVEN IS HET STIL (It's all so Quiet) by Nanouk Leopold (Netherlands/Germany)
LOSE YOUR HEAD by Stefan Westerwelle, Patrick Schuckmann (Germany)
MES SÉANCES DE LUTTE (Love Battles) by Jacques Doillon (France)
MEINE SCHWESTERN (My Sisters) by Lars Kraume (Germany)
THE BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN by Felix van Groeningen (Belgium)
HAYATBOYU (Lifelong) by Asli Özge (Turkey, Germany, Netherlands)
Irina Efstratiou - Cine Astra - Naxos (Greece)
Irina Efstartiou grew up and lived in Berlin until the age of 27, when she decided to study graphic design in Athens. She attended a prestigious art school where she met her future husband. Greece became her second home and they opened together 'Cine Astra' in Naxos with great success. She is currently in charge for advertisement and alongside her husband Christos, they work as exhibitors and employees, deciding on the editorial line and programming.
Anne Kellner - Lichtspieltheater Wundervoll - Rostock (Germany)
Anne is the Programming and Commercial Director of Lichtspieltheater Wundervoll since 2008. She studied Literature, History and Film Analysis and holds a PhD in Literary Studies from the University of Rostock. She has been working as a documentary filmmaker and in the field of media education for many years.
Tanja Miličić - Kino Valli / Pula Film Festival - Pula (Croatia)
Tanja Miličić is currently manager of Kino Valli. In 2002 she graduated in Film, Photography and Digital Media from Napier University in Edinburgh. In 2003, she returned to Croatia with the intention of boosting promotion of film production in Pula and Istria and thus began her lasting cooperation with the Pula Film Festival, working as Festival Producer since 2007. One year later she also became manager of Cinema Valli.
Gerardo De Vivo - Multicinema Modernissimo - Naples (Italy)
Gerardo De Vivo is the manager of Modernissimo. Its four screens belong to a larger network in the South of Italy owned by Stella Film. De Vivo is involved in the fields of film programming, marketing, advertising, training activities, as well as organization of film premieres. His cinema offers school screenings where students get to talk to directors and actors in the context of films presentation. Modernissimo is about to open a new multi-screen theatre in the city devoted to current issues, focusing on new technologies and modern forms of management linked both to the film industry and the cultural life. Stella Film is present at the hearth of the city and takes part in many cultural events organized by the Naples city council, the university and several cultural institutions.