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Sandy Mandelberger lives and works in New York. Writing from the most European city in North America, he keeps us up-to-date with news about film events that focus on European films and their directors.
Italian and European film industry seen by the journalist and film critic Pedro Armocida . He is the managing director of the Pesaro International Festival of the New Cinema, Armocida collaborates with the newspaper "Il Giornale" and the monthly newspaper "50 & more", he is also the director of the online magazine close-up.it and is an assistant professor of History and film review at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
27 young film lovers from the 27 Member States of the European Union are taking part in the 67th Venice International Film Festival. They are invited to watch and reflect upon films, attend daily discussions and to share their thoughts on the overal experience. 27 Times Cinema is promoted by the European Parliament film award LUX Prize in partnership with Venice Days and Europa Cinemas and with the support from Cineuropa.
James Drew and Colin Moors of Picturenose.com review the European Film Awards nominees and winners - every year, in December, the various activities of the European Film Academy culminate in the presentation of the European FIlm Awards, with more than 50 films selected by the Academy for acclaim. Awards are bestowed for direction, acting, screenwriting, cinematography - but do the films pass muster with our critics? See for yourself...