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Irish genre film ‘Wolf’ set to star Barry Keoghan receives Screen Ireland backing

Irish genre film ‘Wolf’ set to star Barry Keoghan receives Screen Ireland backing
The film is written and directed by Nathalie Biancheri.

Irish actor Barry Keoghan, whose credits include The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, American Animals, and the Emmy-nominated series Chernobyl, is in talks to star in Nathalie Biancheri’s Wolf, a high-concept arthouse drama about a boy who believes he is a wolf.

It is being produced by Ireland’s Feline Films with Polish outfit Lava Films.

Wolf will be the third feature by Irish writer-director Biancheri following her documentary I Was Here, co-directed with Ola Jankowska, which debuted at Cph: Dox earlier this year, and the drama Nocturnal, starring Sadie Frost and Cosmo Jarvis,
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Irish genre film ‘Wolf’ starring Barry Keoghan receives Screen Ireland backing

Irish genre film ‘Wolf’ starring Barry Keoghan receives Screen Ireland backing
The film is written and directed by Nathalie Biancheri.

Irish actor Barry Keoghan, whose credits includeThe Killing of a Sacred Deer, American Animals, and the Emmy-nominated series Chernobyl , is in talks to star in Nathalie Biancheri’s Wolf, a high-concept arthouse drama about a boy who believes he is a wolf. It is being produced by Ireland’s Parallel Films with Polish outfit Lava Films.

Wolf will be the third feature by Irish writer-director Biancheri following her documentary I Was Here, co-directed with Ola Jankowska, which debuted at Cph: Dox earlier this year, and the drama Nocturnal, starring Sadie Frost and Cosmo Jarvis,
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Irish genre film ‘Wolf’, set to star Barry Keoghan, receives backing from Screen Ireland in latest funding round

Irish genre film ‘Wolf’, set to star Barry Keoghan, receives backing from Screen Ireland in latest funding round
The film is written and directed by Nathalie Biancheri.

Irish actor Barry Keoghan, whose credits includeThe Killing of a Sacred Deer, American Animals, and the Emmy-nominated series Chernobyl , is in talks to star in Nathalie Biancheri’s Wolf, a high-concept arthouse drama about a boy who believes he is a wolf. It is being produced by Ireland’s Parallel Films with Polish outfit Lava Films.

Wolf will be the third feature by Irish writer-director Biancheri following her documentary I Was Here, co-directed with Ola Jankowska, which debuted at Cph: Dox earlier this year, and the drama Nocturnal, starring Sadie Frost and Cosmo Jarvis,
See full article at ScreenDaily »

Berlinale co-production market to host Boo Junfeng, Uberto Pasolini projects

Berlinale co-production market to host Boo Junfeng, Uberto Pasolini projects
Total of 37 feature film projects headed to Berlin.

The Berlin International Film Festival’s annual co-production market has unveiled the 37 feature film projects that will form this year’s selection.

There are 22 projects taking part in the Official Selection, including new films from Boo Junfeng, whose The Apprentice premiered at Cannes in 2016, and Uberto Pasolini, whose credits as a director include Still Life and Machan, and as a producer include The Full Monty.

Also attending with a new project is Carla Simón, the director of Summer 1993, which was a hit at the Berlinale in 2017, and brothers Arab and Tarzan Nasser,
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Christian Schwochow, Shira Geffen, Santiago Mitre & Uberto Pasolini Line Up Berlinale Co-Pro Projects

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Films from Nsu German History X director Christian Schwochow, BeTipul star Shira Geffen, 7 Days in Havana director Santiago Mitre and The Full Monty producer Uberto Pasolini are among the titles set for this year’s Berlinale Co-Production Market.

The co-pro market, which will see 600 international producers and financiers to come together to explore new partnerships, will host 37 feature film projects. Notably, 20 female filmmaker, 49% of selected titles, are represented.

Schwochow is hosting Je Suis Karl, which is produced by Germany’s Pandora Film Produktion; Geffen has A Responsible Adult, a family drama set against the backdrop of Israel’s mythical Masada plateau with Israel’s Marker Films; Mitre is shopping Petite Fleur from France’s Maneki Films and Argentina’s La Uniòn de los Rìos, and Pasolini is directing Nowhere Special from UK’s Red Wave Films.

The 20 female filmmakers include Marcela Said from Chile, Elina Psykou from Greece, Júlia Murat from Brazil,
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Emily Atef, Fernando Coimbra projects to pitch at Rome's Mia Market (exclusive)

20 feature films, 17 documentaries and 20 TV dramas set for pitching forum.

A slate of 20 feature films, 17 documentaries and 20 TV dramas have been selected for the pitching session at the fourth edition of the Mia Market in Rome (October 17-21).

Feature Film

This year’s feature film projects, which come from 16 different countries, were selected by Jason Ishikawa (international sales at Cinetic Media), Anne Lai (cirector of creative producing and artist support for the feature film program at the Sundance Institute) and Sophie Mas (producer at Rt Features). Half the projects are directed by women.

Among these are productions that passed through the Sundance Screenwriting lab,
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Italian-Irish project 'Wolf' triumphs at 2018 Sofia Meetings

Italian-Irish project 'Wolf' triumphs at 2018 Sofia Meetings
Sofia Film Festival winners also announced.

Dublin-based Italian writer-director Nathalie Biancheri’s second feature film project Wolf was awarded the Danny Lerner Grand Prix for best international project at the 15th edition of the Sofia Meetings co-production market this weekend.

The Nu Boyana Film Studios’ CEO Yariv Lerner handed over a prize of €50,000 in services and a cheque for €5,000 to Biancheri and her producer Jessie Fisk for what the director describes as “a high concept, absurdist arthouse drama”.

Budgeted at €1.2m, Wolf is set to be the first project to go into production by Fisk’s production company Feline Films.
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2015 Soho International Film Festival – The Winners

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With submissions ranging from countries like Italy and Nepal to as short as several minutes to feature length films, every aspect of storytelling has been covered within the 2015 Soho International Film Festival . It only seems fitting that the festival wraps up its sixth annual festival with a number of prominent presenters including The AvengersRobert Clohessy and Rescue Me’s James McCaffrey. With awards given to the best of the best at the festival, it was a great close to another successful year for the festival.

There was an even greater presence among the jurors of the festival, with people have worked as actors on shows like Dexter to writers and directors having worked on films like On Golden Years. The jurors included Emmy Award nominee journalist and educator Ernabel Demillo, or ABC Network Casting Head Marci Phillips. David Zayas, an actor on Gotham and Donna McKenna, a casting director and producer,
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