San Sebastián a celebration of shorts

Whilst known for its features, the renowned Spanish festival has a healthy focus on shorts

20 September 2017, by Sabine Kues

Clermont-Ferrand Unveils poster for 40th edition

Poster pays homage to the past and also promises surprises

20 September 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Two German films amongst student Academy Award winners for 2017

Film schools from Netherlands and Switzerland also receive Academy recognition

14 September 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Winterthur prepares packed line-up

Swiss festival unveils special programmes

11 September 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Encounters to launch with Best of BUG

British comedian Adam Buxton to open UK festival with a selection of comedy and music videos

19 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Curtas Vila do Conde 2017 comes to Festival Scope

Chance to see free selection of films from Portuguese festival

14 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Future Frames 2017 Interview: Liene Linde (Director of Seven Awkward Sex Scenes. Part One)

Our final interview of the 10 Future Frames participants from 2017 takes place with Latvian director Liene Linde who talks influences and biting the hand that feeds her.

10 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Future Frames 2017 Review: Seven Awkward Sex Scenes. Part One

Cineuropa Shorts concludes it's Future Frames coverage with a review of Liene Linde's brave and raw exploration of sexuality and creativity.

06 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Future Frames 2017 Interview: Elsa María Jakobsdóttir (Director of Atelier)

Cineuropa Shorts speak to the Icelandic director about living in Denmark and finding the perfect space.

05 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Future Frames 2017 Review: Atelier

Cineuropa Shorts finds out that Icelandic director Elsa María Jakobsdóttir's film is a brittle yet haunting affair.

05 July 2017, by Laurence Boyce