Reopening cinemas: Uránia and Béke Cinemas, Hungary

Reopening cinemas: Uránia and Béke Cinemas, Hungary

In this article, we have the feedback of Uránia and Béke Art Cinema Screens' team in Hungary on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reo ...

Reopening cinemas: Cinéma Le Studio, France

Reopening cinemas: Cinéma Le Studio, France

In this article, we have the feedback of Cinéma Le Studio's team in France on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reopening. Curious to ...

Reopening cinemas: CinéMadart, Tunisia

Reopening cinemas: CinéMadart, Tunisia

In this article, we have the feedback of CinéMadart's team in Tunisia on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reopening. Curious to know ...

Reopening cinemas: Beltrade in Milano, Italy

Reopening cinemas: Beltrade in Milano, Italy

In this article, we have the feedback of Cinema Beltrade's team in Italy on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reopening. Curious to k ...

Reopening cinemas: Cinema Rosebud in Reggio Emilia, Italy

Reopening cinemas: Cinema Rosebud in Reggio Emilia, Italy

In this article, we have the feedback of Cinema Rosebud's team in Italy on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reopening. Curious to kn ...

Joint Statement: Investing in Europe’s next generation by investing in culture

Joint Statement: Investing in Europe’s next generation by investing in culture

As the EU has started discussing the proposed recovery plan, 99 organisations from across Europe’s cultural and creative sectors are uniting their voices to alert EU leaders: our s ...

Reopening cinemas: Chassé Cinema in Breda

Reopening cinemas: Chassé Cinema in Breda

In this article, we have the feedback of Chassé cinema's team in the Netherlands on how was their reopening experience. Cinemas across the world have slowly started reopening. Curi ...

The Calming by Song Fang wins the Art Cinema Award at the Berlinale Forum 2020

The International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas is proud to announce that the Art Cinema Award at the Berlinale Forum goes to The Calming (Ping jing) by Song Fang. Film information The Calming (Ping jing) China, 2020, 89 minutes Written and directed by: Song Fang Cast: Qi Xi, Ye Yuzhu, Song Dijin, Makiko Watanabe, Chen Yadi Production : Fabula Entertainment, Huanxi Media Group International Sales: More ...

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Digger by Georgis Grigorakis wins the Art Cinema Award at the Berlinale Panorama 2020

The International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas is proud to announce that the Art Cinema Award at the Berlinale Panorama goes to Digger by Georgis Grigorakis. Film information Digger Greece / France, 2020, 101 minutes Director: Georgis Grigorakis Script: Georgis Grigorakis, Maria Votti, Vangelis Mourikis Cast: Vangelis Mourikis, Argyris Pandazaras, Sofia Kokkali, Theo Alexander, Michalis Iatropoulos, Va ...

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Network with Arthouse Cinemas at the 70th Berlinale

The 70th edition of the International film festival of Berlin will take place from 20th February to 1st of March 2020. It will offer a full programme of collateral events, conferences, receptions and meetings. The agenda of meetings for Arthouse cinemas is: Saturday, 22 February 2020 « Meet the Arthouse Cinemas » cocktail, co-organised with AG Kino-Gilde and Film New Europe. 13:00 – 15:00 at Oxymoron Restau ...

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Call by the CICAE to secure Iceland’s only arthouse cinema

Arthouse cinemas are united by their commitment to preserving cinema’s cultural heritage, producing excellent theatrical experiences, and serving their communities. Exceptional exhibitors bring international, independent, and critically acclaimed films to their neighbourhoods. Arthouse cinemas are vital cultural spaces for communities: as meeting points and places of free speech, they foster democratic valu ...

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Antigone by Sophie Deraspe wins the Art Cinema Award at the 30th Ciné Junior

The International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas is proud to announce that the Art Cinema Award at the 30th Ciné Junior goes to Antigone by Sophie Deraspe. Film information Antigone Québec / Canada, 2019, 109 minutes Director: Sophie Deraspe Script: Sophie Deraspe (a contemporary adaptation of the work of Sophocles) Cast: Nahéma Ricci, Rawad El-Zein, Antoine DesRochers Production: ACPAV , +1 514 849-2281 ...

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Open letter to EU leaders from Europe’s cultural and creative sectors

CICAE is one of the 90 European organisations to sign an open and joint letter calling on EU leaders to support the European Parliament’s proposed budget for the Creative Europe Programme 2021-2027. "Today, Creative Europe represents a mere 0,15% of the overall EU Budget. This is by no means proportionate to our sectors’ contribution to the EU economy, which stands at €509bn in value added to GDP and over 1 ...

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Art Cinema Awards 2019: all the winners

This is a recap of all the films who won the Art Cinema Awards in 2019. Thanks to all the festivals for hosting our CICAE jurors and to all the jurors for having spent some of their time to watch many films and to choose the winners (we know it's not an easy job to choose among so many good independent films). February Ciné Junior: Supa Modo, by Likarion Wainaina Berlinale Panorama: 37 Seconds, by HIKARI Be ...

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CICAE welcomes new member networks from Sweden and the Netherlands and opens debate on Future perspectives of arthouse cinemas in a globalized media world

International Arthouse network is growing: CICAE welcomes new member networks from Sweden and the Netherlands and opens debate on Future perspectives of arthouse cinemas in a globalized media world The International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas CICAE welcomed 3 new members at its board meeting in Lisbon: the Swedish National Arthouse Cinema Network "Riksfoereningen Biograferna", the Dutch Association o ...

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Nourishing Enthusiasm for Cinema-going and European Films – The 4th European Arthouse Cinema Day

The 4th edition of the European Arthouse Cinema Day has united on Sunday, the 13th of October, 70.000 spectators in 620 cinemas across 37 countries. Workshops, screening marathons, sweets, talks or special guests have accompanied most of the programmes of the EACD in a weekend marked by an Indian summer. Collaboration was the keyword of the international event promoted by the artistic ambassadors Céline Sci ...

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Take me somewhere nice by Ena Sendijarevic wins the Art Cinema Award at the Seville Film Festival

The International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas is proud to announce that the Art Cinema Award at the 16th Seville Film Festival goes to Take Me Somewhere Nice by Ena Sendijarević. Film information Take Me Somewhere Nice Netherlands and Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2019, 90 minutes Director: Ena Sendijarević Director of photography: Emo Weemhoff Script: Ena Sendijarević Cast: Sara Luna Zorić, Lazar Dragojević, E ...

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