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OFFICIAL LINEUP & SCHEDULE 2017

August 30, 2017 — Hollywood, California — This year’s lineup of Brasov Int’l Film Festival & Market, the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world, has been announced.

The festival takes place 14 – 24 September and all films will be screened on the Festival’s Vimeo On Demand channel exclusively:

Brasov Int’l Film Festival – Vimeo Channel

Thirty films have been selected from twenty countries. There are feature and short films and documentaries and one docudrama. Here is the Official Lineup and the Schedule:

DAY 1 – Thursday, September 14

IGUAQUE SONG
Feature Film – 87 Min. – Colombia
Directed by Juan Manuel Benavides Fajardo

DAY 2 – Friday, September 15

ONE ROCK THREE RELIGIONS
Feature Documentary – 84 Min. – USA
Directed by Isaac Hertz

DAY 3 – Saturday, September 16

PET (An Oscar Qualifying Film 2017)
Short Film – 11 Min. – Greece
Directed by Chris Moraitis

MARY MOTHER
Short Film – 19 Min. – Afghanistan
Directed by Sadam Wahidi

FATHER
Short Film – 13 Min. – Colombia
Directed by Alberto Serrano

IN WHITE
Short Film – 15 Min. – USA
Directed by Dania Bdeir

DAY 4 – Sunday, September 17

KUPAL
Feature Film – 81 Min. – Iran
Directed by Kazem Mollaie

EQUILIBRIUM OF DIVING
Short Documentary – 5 Min. – Bulgaria, Croatia
Directed by Alexandros Barpayianis

DAY 5 – Monday, September 18

JOHNNY ON THE MOON
Short Film – 30 Min. – Canada
Directed by Eva Everett Irving

COCOON
Short Film – 25 Min. – China
Directed by Mei Liying

A BROKEN EGG
Short Film – 7 Min. – USA
Directed by Tushar Tyagi

DAY 6 – Tuesday, September 19

CONGRATULATIONS
Short Film – 21 Min. – Lebanon
Directed by Cynthia Sawma

SUBTERRANEAN LOVE
Short Film – 19 Min. – USA
Directed by Robert Haufrecht

BROTHER (HERMANO)
Short Film – 19 Min. – Mexico
Directed by David Zonana

ROCK AND A HARD PLACE
Short Film – 15 Min. – USA
Directed by Felix Burgan

DAY 7 – Wednesday, September 20

A CAFE IN THE SKY
Docudrama – 21 Min. – Hungary
Directed by Scott Alexander Young

THE SIMON’S WAY
Short Film – 30 Min. – Armenia
Directed by Edgar Baghdasaryan

THE JACKSTONES
Short Documentary – 7 Min. – Canada, Philippines
Directed by Tim Riedel

DAY 8 – Thursday, September 21

THE SECRET LOVE LIFE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I
Short Documentary – 14 Min. – USA
Directed by Shihyun Wang

BLIND AMBITION
Short Documentary – 16 Min. – USA
Directed by Shihyun Wang

RUNNING
Short Documentary – 30 Min. – USA
Directed by Lorena De Miranda Marques

MARTIEN
Short Film – 9 Min. – Switzerland
Directed by Maxime Pillonel

RITUALS
Short Documentary – 15 Min. – Germany
Directed by Irina Arms

DAY 9 – Friday, September 22

NEVER STOP
Short Film / Music Video – 4 Min. – U.K.
Directed by Josephine Halbert

WHITE HOUSE
Short Film – 20 Min. – Iran
Directed by Arastoo Mafakheri

MOKUM ALEPH
Feature Documentary – 40 MIN. – Netherlands
Directed by Berenike Rozgonyi

RED LIGHT
Short Film – 21 Min. – Bulgaria
Directed by Toma Waszarow

DAY 10 – Saturday, September 23

TEN YEARS OF LOVE
Feature Documentary – 96 Min. – Slovakia
Directed by Adam Hanuljak

HE SAID “MOMMY”
Short Film – 17 Min. – Russia, Georgia
Directed by Arsen Agadjanyan

DAY 11 – Sunday, September 24

PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: THE STORY OF S. BRIAN WILLSON
Feature Documentary – 98 Min. – USA
Directed by Bo Boudart

Visit the Festival’s Vimeo On Demand Channel to watch the trailers and read details about each one of the films: HERE

The full versions of the films and documentaries will become available on the Festival’s Vimeo On Demand Channel beginning on September 14 and until September 24.

The organizers of Brasov Int’l Film Festival like to thank it’s partners: Global Film Studio, Toronto Pictures, Daria! magazine, InkTip, iPitch.tv, The Film Festival Doctor and Spanish Public Media from Chicago.

Daria! magazine will be published on September 6 and it will feature articles about the films and interviews with some of the filmmakers. Daria! will be available HERE.

Brasov Int’l Film Festival is Open for Submissions and Announces 2017 Dates

Hollywood, California — October 8, 2016 — Brasov Int’l Film Festival & Market, the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world, opens for submissions to its 6th annual edition to be held 14 – 24 September 2017.

The Festival accepts features, documentaries, shorts and animation films.

The Submission deadline is August 11, 2017.

The Festival is being held exclusively on-line and on its Vimeo Channel where all films selected to participate are screened for the duration of the event at:

VIMEO-ON-DEMAND

Filmmakers may submit their movies via:

FilmFreeway
Withoutabox
FestHome
Click For Festivals
Film Festival Life

The Festival, founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012, showcases nonviolent films and demonstrates how those movies are not only capable of great international success, but are also in high demand by the public.

The Festival has been recognized by the IMDB and all the awards handed each year are listed there.

Visit the Festival’s IMDB profile.

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is owned and organized by Global Film Studio Inc.

CONTACT:
http://www.brasovfilmfestival.com
info@brasovfilmfestival.com
USA Tel: (1) 646-300-9232

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Official Lineup and Schedule 2016

Official Lineup of Brasov Int’l Film Festival 2016

August 14, 2016 — The 2016 lineup of Brasov International Film Festival & Market, the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world, has been announced. The event takes place 1 – 11 September and all films will be screened on the Festival’s Vimeo channel exclusively:

Brasov Int’l Film Festival – Vimeo Channel

The following films will be screened In Competition:

THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 1

01 Mountain Nuns World DARIANOT EVEN THE MOUNTAIN STAYS THE SAME (2015)
Short Documentary – 21 min. – Romania
Directed by Diana Nicolae

 

 

 

 

 

02 Voyage DARIAVOYAGE (2015)
Animation Short Film (3D) – 8 min. – Romania
Directed by Marian Poiana

 

 

 

 

 

 

03 Flutulus DARIAFLUTULUS (2016)
Short Film – 30 min. – Moldova
Directed by Igor Sadovski

 

 

 

 

 

 

04 The Glove DARIATHE GLOVE (2015)
Short Film – 12 min. – Romania
Directed by Vlad Dorofte

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY – SEPTEMBER 2

05 Beijing New York 1 DARIABEIJING NEW YORK (2015)
Feature Film – 108 min. – USA, China, UK
Directed by Rain Li

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY – SEPTEMBER 3

06 Sauropod 1 DARIAA SAUROPOD ABROAD (2016)
Feature Documentary – 97 min. – Canada
Directed by Anna Cooley

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY – SEPTEMBER 4

07 Sozopol 1 DARIATHE SINKING OF SOZOPOL (2014)
Feature Film – 100 min. – Bulgaria
Directed by Kostadin Bonev

 

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY – SEPTEMBER 5

08 Menla 1 DARIATHE LEGACY OF MENLA (2016)
Feature Documentary – 64 min. – Hungary
Directed by Adam Miklos

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 6

09 Night Train DARIANIGHT TRAIN (2015)
Feature Documentary – 62 min. – Japan
Directed by Yuichi Minamiguchi

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY – SEPTEMBER 7

10 Courage DARIACOURAGE (2015)
Feature Documentary – 72 min – Brazil
Directed by Sebastião Braga

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 8

11 Out of Order 1 DARIAOUT OF ORDER (2015)
Feature Film – 99 min. – UAE, Egypt
Directed by Mahmoud Kamel

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY – SEPTEMBER 9

12 Beauty Save World DARIABEAUTY WILL SAVE THE WORLD (2014)
Short Documentary – 27 min. – Spain
Directed by Juan del Santo and Javier Figuero

 

 

 

 

 

13 He & She DARIAHE AND SHE (2016)
Short Film – 15 min. – Germany
Directed by Marco Gadge

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 Tween Stars DARIATWIN STARS (2016)
Short Film – 17 min. – Turkey
Directed by Mehmet Tığlı

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 Tattooed DARIAI WOULD LIKE TO BE ENRAPTURED, MUZZLED AND ON MY BACK TATTOOED (2015)
Short Film – 16 min. – Brazil
Directed by Andy Malafaia

 

 

 

 

 

16 Arrivederci Rosa 1 DARIAARRIVEDERCI ROSA (2015)
Short Film – 18 min. – UK
Directed by Flaminia Graziadei

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY – SEPTEMBER 10

16A Women Answer DARIAWOMEN ARE THE ANSWER (2015)
Feature Documentary – 90 min. – Australia
Directed by Fiona Cochrane

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY – SEPTEMBER 11

18 1942 DARIA1942 (2015)
Short Film – 10 min. – Switzerland
Directed by Valentin Pittard

 

 

 

 

 

 

19 Heron Flyes DARIAWHEN THE HERON FLIES (2015)
Short Film – 18 min. – France
Directed by Lionel Laget

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 Fill Blanks DARIAFILL IN THE BLANKS (2016)
Short Film – 9 min. – France
Directed by Chloé Marçais

 

 

 

 

 

 

21 Light Thief 1 DARIATHE LIGHT THIEF (2015)
Short Film – 19 min. – Bahrain, Spain
Directed by Eva Daoud

 

 

 

 

 

 

All films are featured in the 2016/2017 edition of Daria! magazine that will be published on August 26 and it will be available online here: Daria! 2016

The Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012 to showcase nonviolent, main stream motion pictures and to show that those movies are not only capable of great international success but they are also in high demand by the public.

The Festival has been recognized by the IMDB and all the awards handed each year are listed. Visit the Festival’s IMDB profile.

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is owned and organized by Global Film Studio Inc.

CONTACT:
http://www.brasovfilmfestival.com
info@brasovfilmfestival.com
USA Tel: (001) 646-300-9232

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Brasov Film Festival is moving ONLINE!

Starting this year, in 2016, on it’s 5th edition, the Festival is moving ONLINE! All films selected this year will be screened on the Festival’s VIMEO Channel that will be revealed soon.

“The great success of the Festival has brought us to take it online and to make it a truly international event that can be enjoyed by everyone worldwide” – said Daria Trifu, Director of the Festival.

The 5th annual edition of Brasov International Film Festival & Market is opened for submissions. The Festival takes place from September 1 to 11, 2016.

The Festival has been recognized by the IMDB and all Awards from previous years have been listed. Visit the Festival’s IMDB Profile!

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world. The Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012 to showcase nonviolent, main stream motion pictures and to show that those movies are not only capable of great international success but they are also in high demand by the public.

For four years, the Festival was held in the beautiful resort city of Brasov located in Transylvania, in the heart of Romania.

Starting this year, in 2016, on it’s 5th edition, the Festival is moving ONLINE! All films selected this year will be screened on the Festival’s VIMEO Channel that will be revealed soon.

Festival’s dates are: 1 – 11 September 2016

Submission deadline: July 29, 2016

All submitted films (that adhere to the Festival’s guidelines) will be certified as an “Official Selection” and will receive the Official Selection Certificate.

The selected films will be screened (on the programmed date and time) via Brasov International Film Festival & Market’s VIMEO channel and they will be awarded.

Film Director Bruno Pischiutta, the Artistic Consultant of the Festival, had this to say: “Today, there are thousands of Film Festivals everywhere and many people are not used anymore to view films in cinemas but on their TV and on their computer’s screens. Many see films on gadgets and on their phone. These are the facts.

Considering the above, considering the importance and the meaning of our Festival, the most important and renowned nonviolent Film Festival in the world and considering that today, in the era of the internet, there are other ways to reach a big number of viewers, a number that no cinema can contain, I have decided to modify the formula of our Festival.

The next edition, the fifth edition of the Brasov Film Festival will be available to all the world’s viewers via the internet. Everybody will be able, for a few Euros per ticket price, to follow our Festival everywhere in the world. Brasov International Film Festival & Market is the world vanguard of on-line Film Festivals and it is making history. Our Festival will bring to the viewers’ screens feature films, feature documentaries, short films, short documentaries and related presentations”.

Live action feature films, feature documentaries, feature animation films, short documentaries and live action short films may be submitted. From all the films submitted, those selected to receive an Award will be the only ones screened during the Festival (all films screened during the Festival will receive an Award).

All films submitted MUST BE NONVIOLENT ONLY. The films submitted must be available in English or in the original language with English subtitles. Entrants are responsible for obtaining any necessary licenses, royalties, release forms, clearances, permits necessary to present their work. Brasov International Film Festival & Market is not responsible for any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, or royalty infringement related to the work.

Once a submission is completed, no film can be withdrawn from participating in the Festival should the Festival select it.

The Festival accepts submissions in the following categories only:

Live Action Feature Film (minimum 40 minutes or over)
Feature Animation Film (minimum 40 minutes or more)
Documentaries – Feature (minimum 40 minutes of over)
Documentaries – Short (under 40 minutes)
Live Action Short Film (under 40 minutes)

The submission deadline is: July 29, 2016

Awards & Prizes

– Best Feature Film
– Best Animation Film
– Best Documentary
– Best Short Film
– Best Film Out Of Competition

The following are awarded to feature films only:

– Best Director
– Best Cinematography
– Best Lead Male Actor
– Best Lead Female Actor
– Best Screenplay
– Best Music Score
– Best Art Direction
– Best Costumes

The winners receive an Award Certificate and an original handmade Trophy (valued at $600) that is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

For the second year in a row, in partnership with the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund, the Festival is also handing out the ‘MMBF Rising Star Award’ to an emerging filmmaker. The Award consists of a $250 cash prize and other perks offered by the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund of London, UK.

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is privately owned and organized by Global Film Studio Inc., Canadian company headquartered in Toronto.

Filmmakers may submit their movies via

FilmFreeway

Withoutabox

ClickForFestivals

FilmFestivalLife

CONTACT:
http://www.brasovfilmfestival.com
info@brasovfilmfestival.com
USA Tel: +1-646-300-9232

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Animation films are now accepted at Brasov International Film Festival & Market

Image courtesy of Animation Fascination
Image courtesy of Animation Fascination

Brasov, Romania — March 29, 2016 — For the first time this year, Brasov International Film Festival & Market accepts animation films. All movies must be nonviolent.

In its 5th edition, the Festival is being held September 1 – 11 in the beautiful resort city of Brasov, Transylvania. BRIFF is the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world.

The submission deadline is:

July 29, 2016

Filmmakers may submit their movies via:

FilmFreeway
Withoutabox
ClickForFestivals

Awards & Prizes:

– Best Feature Film
– Best Documentary
– Best Short Film
– Best Short Documentary
– Best Film Out Of Competition

The following are awarded to feature films only:

– Best Director
– Best Cinematography
– Best Lead Male Actor
– Best Lead Female Actor
– Best Screenplay
– Best Music Score
– Best Art Direction
– Best Costumes

The winners receive an Award Certificate and an original handmade Trophy (valued at $600) that is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

For the second year in a row, in partnership with the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund, the Festival is also handing out the ‘MMBF Rising Star Award’ to an emerging filmmaker. The Award consists of a $250 cash prize and other perks offered by the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund of London, UK.

Brasov International Film Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012 to showcase nonviolent, main stream motion pictures and to show that those movies are not only capable of great international success but they are also in high demand by the public.

Over the years, some of the filmmakers awarded here include: Nicole Kidman, Woody Allen, Richard Gere, Keira Knightley, Robert Redford, Sarah Jessica Parker, Woody Harrelson and Cameron Diaz among many others.

Some of the films that have been awarded at Brasov International Film Festival gained access to theatrical releases and have competed for Academy Award®’s nomination consideration.

CONTACT:
http://www.brasovfilmfestival.com
info@brasovfilmfestival.com
USA Tel: +1 646-300-9232

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Shorts and documentaries are now screened at Brasov International Film Festival

Submit your feature film, short or documentary!

Brasov Film Festival 1 banner 2016
Brasov, Romania — March 5, 2016 — Starting this year, in addition to feature films, Brasov International Film Festival & Market welcomes feature documentaries, short documentaries and live action short films. All movies must be nonviolent.

In its 5th edition, the Festival is being held September 1 – 11 in the beautiful resort city of Brasov, Romania. BRIFF is the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world.

 

The submission deadline is:

July 29, 2016

Filmmakers may submit their movies via:

FilmFreeway
Withoutabox
ClickForFestivals

 

Awards & Prizes:

– Best Feature Film
– Best Documentary
– Best Short Film
– Best Short Documentary
– Best Film Out Of Competition

The following are awarded to feature films only:

– Best Director
– Best Cinematography
– Best Lead Male Actor
– Best Lead Female Actor
– Best Screenplay
– Best Music Score
– Best Art Direction
– Best Costumes

The winners receive an Award Certificate and an original handmade Trophy (valued at $600) that is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

BRIFF Trophy copy

For the second year in a row, in partnership with the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund, the Festival is also handing out the ‘MMBF Rising Star Award’ to an emerging filmmaker. The Award consists of a $250 cash prize and other perks offered by the Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund of London, UK.

Filmmakers may submit their movies via:

FilmFreeway
Withoutabox
ClickForFestivals

Brasov International Film Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012 to showcase nonviolent, main stream motion pictures and to show that those movies are not only capable of great international success but they are also in high demand by the public.

Over the years, some of the filmmakers awarded here include: Nicole Kidman, Woody Allen, Richard Gere, Keira Knightley, Robert Redford, Sarah Jessica Parker, Woody Harrelson and Cameron Diaz among many others.

Films that have been awarded at Brasov International Film Festival gained access to theatrical releases and have competed for Academy Award®’s nomination consideration.

CONTACT:
http://www.brasovfilmfestival.com
info@brasovfilmfestival.com
USA Tel: +1 646-300-9232

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Brasov Film Festival 2015 – DAY 6

The fifth film In-Competition, from Iran, had its European premiere at the Brasov International Film Festival on Tuesday evening, September 8. The film was OBLIVION SEASON, directed and produced by Abbas Rafei and written by Ali Asghari. The movie is starring Sareh Bayat and Amin Zendeghani.

An ex-prostitute (Sareh Bayat) starts a new life by marrying her loved one (Amin Zendeghani) but leaving the shadow of her dark past is not as easy as it seemed before. Now she is the prisoner of her husband and in order to earn her freedom she should fight with the chauvinistic society of Iran.

Director’s view:

Abbas Rafei (2)“I tried to show a woman behind bars and fences all over today’s Tehran, who is trying to overcome all the intolerance and traditional and religious dogmatism in her society in order to live and stay alive. A society which doesn’t wish to let her forget the past.”

 

Once again, following the success of the film at the Festival, filmmakers and guests have gathered at the restaurant Die Stube – the second location of the event.

Brasov Film Festival 2015 – Day 2

The first film In-Competition was screened yesterday evening in front of a full house made out primarily of children and their parents. The film screened was FIDDLESTICKS, directed and produced by Veit Helmer, from Germany.

In the audience there were also present actor Florin Opritescu from Madrid, producer Miguel Baretto from Paris, producer and cinematographer Edward Button from New York, producer Elio Dell’Unto from Toronto, actress Andreea Dumitru and actor Andrei Neamtu from Brasov.

FIDDLESTICKS is an amazing film for children. It is a very sophisticated and elaborated production. The cast is composed by both adults and children.

Bollersdorf town is average. Its citizens take great pride in being average and go to great lengths to remain average. The children of Bollersdorf have had a bellyful of average and with the help of their pet coati they set about freeing their grandparents from the local old folks’ home. A hilarious caper ensues to create a new world record to put Bollersdorf on the map and make it a centre of technology.

The film is starring Benno Furmann, Fritzi Haberland, Alexander Scheer and Rolf Zacher. Brasov International Film Festival has screened the Romanian version of the movie (dubbed in Romanian language).

Following the screening, Daria Trifu and actress Denisa Barvon have interviewed some of the kids present.

Daria Trifu and Denisa Barvon are interviewing some of the kids who have attended the screening of the feature film for children, FIDDLESTICKS (directed by Veit Helmer). This movie is presented at the Festival, In-Competition.

Brasov Film Festival 2015 – Day 1

The 4th and 2015 edition of Brasov International Film Festival & Market, the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world, opened its doors yesterday evening with the screening of the Goan film entitled “Dance to the Rhythm”.

The film is directed by Bardroy Baretto. The film’s producer, Joao Miguel Baretto, came from Paris to attend the Festival. Also present was Edward Button who arrived earlier in the day from New York; he is the producer and cinematographer of the feature film OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN which will be screened, In-Competition, on Monday evening.

The audience received the film with enthusiasm and they congratulated Miguel Baretto following the screening.

Miguel Baretto received the award given by the organizers of the Festival for the “Best Film Out Of Competition”.

Miguel Baretto, the producer of the feature film LET’S DANCE TO THE RHYTHM is interviewed by producer and director of the Festival, Daria Trifu, after he received the Special Award given by the organizers to the “Best Film Out Of Competition” (www.brasovfilmfestival.com)

LET’S DANCE TO THE RHYTHM:

This movie follows the story of a bitter sweet relationship between a young singer and her musician mentor set against the backdrop of the jazz clubs of Bombay and the musicians from Goa during the 60s.

Based on actual events this quasi-biographical film is a tribute to one of Goa’s greatest, yet barely acknowledged legacy – its musicians, who once upon a time set the jazz clubs of Bombay on fire and actually shaped the music of Bollywood cinema.

The film is written directed and produced by Bardroy Barretto and it is starring Vijay Maurya and Palomi Ghosh.

Director’s Statement

Goa is the smallest state in India. Very little about Goan culture and their way of life is known to the outside world. This film lets one take a peek into this unknown world, a state which contributed immensely to what we call today as Bollywood music. This film is a tribute to these unsung heroes of Goa- its musicians.

Variety and International Media Report on THE GLOW OF THE FIREFLY’s Success Post Winning ‘Best Director’ at the Brasov International Film Festival

Brasov, Romania — October 14, 2014 — The international media everywhere report about the feature film THE GLOW OF THE FIREFLY that had it’s World Premiere and won the ‘Best Director’ award for Khalid Mahmood Mithu at the Brasov International Film Festival & Market last month and that went on to become Bangladesh’s entry in the Foreign Language Film category at the 87th Academy Awards.

• VARIETY:

Variety – Oscar Race: Bangladesh Selects ‘Firefly’ for Foreign-Language Contention

Yahoo Movies – Oscar Race: ‘Firefly’ for Foreign-Language Contention

• LATIN POST:

Oscar 2015 Predictions, Best Foreign Film

• YAHOO NEWS – MALAYSIA:

Asian films submitted for Oscars 2015

• RMN STARS MAGAZINE – INDIA:

Brasov Film Festival Film Goes for the Oscars

 

BRASOV INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL & MARKET 2015:

The 4th edition of the Annual Brasov International Film Festival & Market will be held September 2 – 16, 2015.

The Brasov International Film Festival & Market has opened submissions. The Festival welcomes submissions of feature-length, nonviolent films only.

About the Festival:

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world. It has been listed by the British Film Council in their ‘Festival Directory’. The Festival takes place in the beautiful resort city of Brasov located in the heart of Romania.

A total of eleven films are presented each year; of these, nine films are screened in-competition and two are screened out-of-competition on the opening and closing gala nights. Each film in-competition is awarded in one of the nine Official Awards categories.

More information about Brasov Film Festival: www.brasovfilmfestival.com

About Global Film Studio:

Global Film Studio Inc. has been federally incorporated in Canada. It is a financing, holding and film distribution company with a world spectrum. Global Film Studio is financing Brasov Film Center.

More information about Global Film Studio: www.globalfilmstudio.com

News about Global Film Studio: www.briffnews.wordpress.com

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