Festivals: call for entries

Telemania: Call the entries!
 
 
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Cinema Department: Continuation of the contest for short movies (2019_kg)
 
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Cinema Department: new contest (kg)
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Reviews, opinions


Today in VB: review about Delbirim
Today in VB: review about Delbirim
 
Today in VB: newspaper editorial devoting to the 80th anniversary of Ala-Too cinema
Today in VB: newspaper editorial devoting to the 80th anniversary of Ala-Too cinema
 
Date: 17 of the November, 2018
Place: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Newspaper: Vecherniy Bishkek (Evening Bishkek)
Title of the article: The 80th anniversary of the Ala-Too cinema is celebrated on the day of the Kyrgyz cinema
Newspaper circulation: 20.000
Author: Gulbara Tolomushova
 
The 100 greatest foreign-language films: who voted?
The 100 greatest foreign-language films: who voted? (30 October 2018)
 

We polled 209 critics representing 43 countries – here are their ballots in full.

 

We approached hundreds of film experts - critics, industry figures, academics - and 209 from 43 countries responded by filling in an online poll in August and September 2018. Each critic voted for 10 films, ranking them 1 (favourite) to 10 (10th favourite). We awarded 10 points per first ranked film, 9 per second ranked film, and so on down to 1. We then summed the points. 

 

 
Today in VB: Review about a new film by Marat Sarulu - Maria
Today in VB: Review about a new film made by Marat Sarulu - "MARIA"
 
Title of the film: "Maria"
Year of production: 2018
Studio of production: Kyrgyzfilm, producer - Aibek Djangaziev
Duration: 149 min.
Date of National premiere: October 18, 2018
Place: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Cinema: Ala-Too
Time: 16.30
Entry: Free
 
 
Today in VB: Today in VB: The latest cinematic gem from the vast continent
Today in VB: The latest cinematic gem from the vast continent
 
Zhuo-Ning Su written about Aurora: "As Asia’s premier film festival, Busan offers a comprehensive look at the latest cinematic gems from the vast continent, including the often neglected region of Central Asia. Hailing from Kyrgyzstan, writer/director Bekzat Pirmatov’s feature debut Aurora is an at times profoundly strange, at times simply profound postmodern parable. It marks the arrival of a potent new voice and deserves to be included in any festival lineup – Asian or beyond."
 
I found Zhuo-Ning (Tony) Su, he is living in Berlin, author of many reviews.
 
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