Festivals: call for entries

Coming soon: Pitching for CIS countries


Dedline: 01.08.2022
Dates of pitch: 22-23.08.2022
Place: Saint-Petersburg


Turan Film Academy (Almaty) announces admission for the 2022-2023 academic year (Producing Film & TV)


Dedline: 07.07.2022
Consultation: 08.07.2022
First creative examination: 11.07.2022
Second creative examination: 13.07.2022


VGIK (Tashkent) announces admission for the 2022-2023 academic year


Dates: 15.06-15.07.2022
Language: Russian
Format: online & offline
Contact: https://web.telegram.org/z/#2003268598


Films of the NETPAC program of the 7th Abu Dhabi Film festival (24.10-02.11.2013)

1. This Birds Walk, Pakistan, USA (72 min.) from Documentary competition (screening 25.10.2013) 

Directors: Omar Mullick & Bassam Tariq
Pakistan, USA | Urdu 
2012 | 72min. | Colour Subtitles: Arabic, English | Format: DCP


NETPAC program at the 7th Abu Dhabi Film festival (24.10 - 02.11.2013)
NETPAC, the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema, established in 1990, is the leading platform for the discovery and promotion of Asian cinema. The organisation instituted the NETPAC Award to acknowledge and recognize the emergence of new cinematic talent among Asians. As more Asian films were selected for exhibition for world audiences, a yardstick for quality was necessary that matched the competitive spirit fuelling the creative urges of young Asian filmmakers. The NETPAC Award is now given at about 30 international film festivals in 22 countries on five continents. At ADFF the NETPAC Jury will select an Asian film from the Narrative, New Horizons and Documentary Competition sections as the winner of the NETPAC Award.

Kyrgyz cinema: one hundred films during one year?

Today will open the Abu Dhabi Film festival
Forest Whitaker To Receive Career Achievement Award  

Cream Of International Filmmakers At Adff, Strong Arab & Indian Presence

Abu Dhabi will play host to film stars and other leading lights of the international film world when the seventh Abu Dhabi Film Festival opens today. Household names will walk the red carpet alongside new talents that the audience will discover during the nine day celebration. Festival Guests will attend screenings of their films, giving film fans a chance to hear insider stories first hand.


Bolot Alimbaev made new documentary UBADA

It will be the special screening of the new film about Chingiz Aitmatov in Moscow




Two Kyrgyz films made by young film-directors have included into the program of the BASTAU


It will be from October 16 to 20, 2013 in Almaty. The title of the festival: Third IFF for student films and Cinema Schools "Bastau" (The Beginning). 



India & Kyrgyzstan: new horizons?
On the October 9, 2013 the General Director of the National film-studio Kyrgyzfilm Taalaybek Kulmendeev have met with the Ambassador of India in Kyrgyz Republic.

"Tadas Blinda" - a film from Lithuania in Bishkek's Cinema House
It will be on the 11th of the October 2013 in Cinema House, Bishkek at 3 pm.

Cinema in Central Asia - new book have published in London
Cinema in Central Asia is the first comprehensive and up-to-date account of the cinema of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan from its origins to the present day. Bringing together specialists from Central Asia, Russia,  Europe and the United States, this companion to the cinema of the region combines serious scholarly study with practical accessibility to construct an historical narrative, discuss aspects of film production and consider the impact of film. The book also offers a deeper understanding of Central Asian culture that is invaluable with the geopolitical and economic emergence of this exciting region. The book opens with a broad history, paying particular attention to the emergence and expansion of the film industry, competing visions of nationalism and distinct phases of the post-Soviet film experience. A series of incisive articles written by specialists on Central Asian film follows. They explain early film institutions and themes, the impact of the Second World War, expressions of identity and protest during the Soviet era, as well as regional variations of post-Soviet filmmaking and political involvement. The final section compprises biographical and filmographical entries on the principal figures of Central Asian cinema that offer a much-needed reference for scholars and filmgoers.
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