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24.09.2022
Report from the 18th CineFest Miskolc 2022
Every September, the CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival opens its cinemas to professionals and audiences to show the most significant and critically acclaimed films. It seems like a small, family film festival, but CineFest has become the most important international film festival in Hungary.

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12.09.2022
The awards ceremony of the 79th Venice Festival ended with a surprise. The Golden Lion went to the documentary "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed" by Laura Poitras.
10.09.2022
What was striking this year in Venice was the abundance of family stories telling of separated and remarried couples, of the relationship between parents and children, of tragic strokes of fate, of loss and grief.
09.09.2022
Political films are not an easy genre. They run the risk of falling into clichés, dividing their characters into heroes and villains, and reducing complex political contexts to simple formulas.
07.09.2022
Peter Paul Huth reports on the films of Luca Guadagnino, Frederic Wiseman and Paul Schrader
05.09.2022
For this year festival director Alberto Barbera had announced a selection of attractive but also controversial films that do not turn a blind eye to a world full of conflicts. In the competition there are a number of features that take up political themes, but also films that deal with family constellations.
18.07.2022
Annette Gjerde Hansen, member of the Ecumenical Jury at the 56th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, writes about her experience.
16.07.2022
International Church media and film organisations denounce attack on artistic creation by Iranian authorities.
30.06.2022
"No illusions! That could be the motto of this year's Sheffield Documentary Festival," says Peter Paul Huth in his appreciation of the festival programme.
25.06.2022
Every two years leading scholars in the field of religious studies and film gather to celebrate the International Conference on Religion and Film. This year the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam hosted the event. INTERFILM member Jonas Simmerlein reports.
16.05.2022
Joël Friso, member of the Ecumenical Jury in Oberhausen 2022 and Board Member of INTERFILM, writes about his experience at the festival.

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