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24.04.2019
Celebrating the 50th Festival Anniversary. By Marianne Ejdersten, WCC Director of Communication
On the occasion of the reception of INTERFILM and SIGNIS for the Interreligious Jury of the Visions du Réel on Sunday, 7th April, 2019, Marianne Ejdersten, Director of Communication of the World Council of Churches, directed a message reflecting the connections between culture, film, politics and church to the visitors of the festival.
10.11.2007
Milja Radovic, member of the Ecumenical Jury in Cottbus 2007, highlights the outstanding films of the international competition, and presents in detail the films of the focus section on former Yugoslavia.
13.08.2007
Jury member Robin Gurney reports about the festival
22.07.2007
Ron Holloway recalls his first visit to Karlovy Vary in 1968, and contrasts it to the festival in 2007.
21.07.2007
In his comprehensive report jury member Peter Malone describes the character of the festival and his experiences as member of the first ecumenical jury in Yerevan.
20.06.2007
By all counts, the 60th Festival de Cannes (16-27 May 2007) will go down as one of the best in its distinguished history as the queen of international film festivals. Festival report by Ron Holloway
27.04.2007
"State Legislature", a film by the celebrated American filmmaker Frederick Wiseman, has won the John Templeton Foundation Special Prize worth 5’000 Swiss Francs, at the International Film festival "Visions du Réel", 20-26 April, in Nyon, Switzerland.
18.03.2007
Now in his sixth year as director of the Berlin International Film Festival, Dieter Kosslick takes particular pride in changing the image of the festival each time around. Festival report by Ron Holloway
20.08.2006
The Locarno Film Festival is not Cannes. There are no red carpets and grand entries and no photographers vying for the attention of stars. In fact, stars are not the highlight of the event. Actors and actresses—many of them famous — do attend the Locarno festival but manage to blend into the crowd and not create commotion. Unlike Cannes, the festival screenings are open to the public. Maggie Morgan, Cairo, member of the Ecumenical Jury Locarno 2006, reports about the festival
20.06.2006
Film critic Ron Holloway in his report reviews the competition entries of the Festival de Cannes 2006, and portrays the event as a whole.
30.05.2006
Ron Holloway reviews the accessory sections of the Festival de Cannes 2006.