After a tremendous year where Nisimazine was present in almost 20 film festivals across Europe and the world, the time to resettle into the rhythm has finally arrived.
2014 will once again be a year of massive coverage of the film festival scene and be sure to count on us to find out all the details on the films coming up on screens near you in the future. Many changes will be announced soon as well.
Meanwhile we are beginning the year with a full coverage of the famous Tiger Shorts competition of this year´s edition of the Rotterdam International Film Festival,. Before we even get a chance to breath, we will immediately begin to share content on another of Europe´s most influential film festivals, the Gothenburg International Film festival. And the Berlinale is just around the corner, where we will once again be covering the Shooting Stars project, the competition of best new European actors, alongside a series of film reviews on display in the many sections of the German super film event. There is no rest for the Nisimazine troops indeed.
So be sure to stop by our website to get to know all about these 3 festivals and much more.
Interview with GEORGE MACKAY
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|George Mackay is unquestionably one of the most promising young actors to have come out of Great Britain in the last few years. His astonishing performances in Paul Wright´s For those in peril and Kevin Macdonald´s "How i live now" have put him under the spotlight. We sat down with him at the Hotel du Rome to understand how he is taking all these experiences at such an young age.
Dominga Sotomayor and Katarzyna Klimkiewicz
|Dominga Sotomayor and Katarzyna Klimkiewicz were the great winners of this year’s edition of the Tiger Shorts competition of the Rotterdam Film Festival, with their short film "The island". We caught up with them after the premiere of their film to learn more about this story of an unusual (...)
Steven Spielberg in Cannes : A festival under the influence
|It is a warm evening at the Croisette during the 66th edition of the Festival de Cannes. Nobody is expecting any harm. Suddenly a threatening melody appears. Everyone knows it. It is the horror-motive of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws which is shown at the Cinema on the Beach.
The Trojan Horse is in (...)