NICOSIA: Producer Stavros Papageorghiou and director Yeliz Shukri, who worked together on the documentary Missing Fetine (Tetraktys Films Ltd), plan to start a mobile cinema and have it travel across the entire island of Cyprus. They plan to screen documentaries and fiction films by Cypriot filmmakers.
NICOSIA: Why Talk Feminism? and The Olive Tree at the Border shared the prize for best short film in the national competition of the Paphos International Film Festival. The awards, selected by the audience, were announced on 28 June 2016.
NICOSIA: The Paphos International Film Festival (PIFF), which opens on 24 June 2016, will screen 26 international short films, 11 national short films, 13 student short films and eight special themed short films.
NICOSIA: The Republic of Cyprus has become the 37th member country to join European Film Promotion (EFP) following the decision by the General Assembly of EFP members at the Cannes Film Festival.
NICOSIA: The Gulls by Russian director Ella Manzheeva won the grand prize of the Glocal Images Best Film Award at the The 14th Cyrus Film Days International Festival held in Limassol and Nicosia from 15 to 24 April 2016.
NICOSIA: Nicoletta Demetriou's documentary The Cypriot Fiddler will have its premiere in Nicosia on 7 April 2016.
NICOSIA: Constantinos Patsalides‘s documentary Beloved Days will be the first domestic documentary to screen in the commercial cinemas of Cyprus starting on 7 April 2016.
NICOSIA: Ten films will compete in the Glocal Images competition of the 14th Cyprus Film Days International Festival, which will run from 15 to 24 April 2016.
NICOSIA: The 60-minutes social/human rights documentary Missing Fetine by Yeliz Shukri has been pre-bought by the Hellenic Parliament TV and Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation from the film’s distribution and sales handler, Tetraktys Films Ltd.
NICOSIA: Cypriot writer/director Christos Georgiou is currently shooting his feature film Happy Birthday. The project was selected for the Berlinale Coproduction Market 2014.
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