Jury select award recipients at FranceScreen Shorts

FranceScreen Shorts Festival hosted official selection screenings for filmmakers on Thursday 10th June, at Cinema 3 Luxembourg, in Paris. Jury members: Caroline Benjo, (Haut et Court), Charlotte Mickie, (Celluloid Dreams) and Thierry Cheze (Editor-in-Chief, magazine, PREMIERE) were pleased to award ‘Best Short’ to Nathalie Giraud (pictured), for Wild Seasons.

In other categories, Elina Kastler was awarded ‘Best Cinematography’ for Sosuke, Paul and François Guerin received ‘Best Sound’ for their short Reflect and Zhao Gang won ‘Best Editing’ for Why We are Unhappy in Cities.

2021-09-14T16:22:01+02:00June 11th, 2021|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

FranceScreen Shorts announces new June date

FranceScreen Shorts Festival is pleased to announce a new date – now taking place on Thursday 10th June, at Cinema 3 Luxembourg, in Paris. Official Selection Screenings will play on Screen 3 from 6pm – 8pm. Between Screenings the festival will host, via Zoom, a Meet the Jury Q&A with two Jury members: Caroline Benjo, (Haut et Court) and Charlotte Mickie, (Celluloid Dreams). The conversation will be moderated by Zef Cota, Director, GlobeScreen Podcasts.

An Award Ceremony, from 8pm, concludes FranceScreen Shorts for this year, hosted by Dara Naficy, Festival Director. For more information visit: www.globescreen.fr. Ticketing available now on Eventbrite.

2021-06-10T13:28:06+02:00May 20th, 2021|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

Amir Rashidian promoted to Director, Sales & Programming

The Company is pleased to promote Amir Rashidian to Director, Sales & Programming, based in London. In his new role he will lead all sales and programming activities for our two festivals in Europe, GlobeScreen Shorts and FranceScreen Shorts.

Previous roles at GlobeScreen include Senior Programming Manager and Programming Manager. He joined us in September 2019.

2021-05-10T13:42:53+02:00May 10th, 2021|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

GlobeScreen Shorts : 2021 Call for Entries & Jury

GlobeScreen Shorts is pleased to announce a new Call for Entries and Jury for 2021. Live-action and animated shorts, 20 mins or under, will be eligible for entry on FilmFreeway, through the submission deadline of Friday July 30th. GlobeScreen Shorts has also announced its first two jury members: Gabrielle Stewart, (Managing Director, HanWay Films) and Danny Leigh (Chief Film Critic, Financial Times).

The festival will run from 19th – 20th October at Curzon Sea Containers in London, over 2 days of official selection screenings. Learn more about GlobeScreen Shorts on the festival website: www.globescreenshorts.com

2021-05-10T13:36:27+02:00April 8th, 2021|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

13th GlobeScreen LA: Digital Conference

From March 8 to 30 on our website, Kent Sanderson (President, Acquisitions & Ancillary Distribution, Bleecker Street), JJ Nugent (VP, International Sales & Distribution, Millennium Media) and Fabien Westerhoff (CEO, Film Constellation) joined us for in-depth podcast Q&A conversations about the current market for US & UK film distribution & international sales at major recent markets and festivals, including Online AFM in November 2020. Moderated from NY, by our Director of Podcasts, Zef Cota.

All conversations from the conference are now available here.

2021-05-05T13:42:54+02:00March 30th, 2021|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

FranceScreen announces Official Selection

FranceScreen congratulates all directors representing films in the official selection of FranceScreen Shorts Festival, now to be held in Paris in 2021, at Cinema Les 3 Luxembourg: Zhao Gang (Why We are Unhappy in Cities), Nathalie Giraud (Wild Seasons), Paul & François Guerin (Reflect), Kinyua Kamau (Fear), Elina Kastler (Sosuke) and Sepehr Qeshmi (Take 7). Filmmaker bios and synopsis of each short will soon be available on www.globescreen.fr/selection.

Screenings will take place in the new year, together with an award ceremony with PREMIERE’s Thierry Cheze in attendance and a ‘Meet the Jury’ Q&A over Zoom with Jury members Caroline Benjo and Charlotte Mickie.

2021-09-14T16:35:46+02:00December 17th, 2020|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

GlobeScreen introduces new Podcast service

GlobeScreen has launched a new audio service, GlobeScreen Podcasts, from NYC. Monthly guests will feature on several upcoming seasons, each to comprise between four to six episodes. Learn more about these podcasts here. Guest inquires can be directed to our Director of Podcasts, Zef Cota: zef@globe-screen.com

Unlike several other recent podcasts about the entertainment industry, GlobeScreen Podcasts are often, although not always, in-depth conversations with true artisans working in film and television. Guests will share insights on their key contribution to creative departments such as cinematography, casting, VFX, production design and editing. Listeners will benefit from a detailed information exchange about the art and science behind moviemaking.

Among the episodes rolling out during Season 1 (and running through late November), we will chat to up-and-coming LA based Cinematographer Alonso Homs (pictured above, left) as well as Dogwoof CEO, Anna Godas (pictured, center), as she talks to Variety International Editor, Manori Ravindran, (pictured right), about the current market for documentaries.

2020-12-17T09:48:46+01:00September 24th, 2020|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

FranceScreen Shorts announced in Paris

GlobeScreen has launched a new film festival in Paris, as it continues rolling out events in Europe. FranceScreen Shorts Festival will take place on 10th December at Les 3 Luxembourg in Paris. 6 shorts will be in the official selection, picked by the jury. A Call for Entries opens today and will run through 6th November. To submit a short via Film Freeway, click here. Learn more about the festival on the FranceScreen website: www.globescreen.fr

Jury President will be Caroline Benjo, Producer at Haut et Court. Her extensive producing credits include Paolo Sorrentino’s THE YOUNG POPE on HBO, COCO BEFORE CHANEL starring Audrey Tautou and TONI ERDMANN, nominated for Best Foreign Film at the 2017 Academy Awards. She will be joined by two other jury members: Thierry Cheze, Editor-in-Chief at PREMIERE Magazine and Charlotte Mickie, VP at Paris based sales company Celluloid Dreams.

2020-09-10T14:59:47+02:00September 10th, 2020|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

GlobeScreen Shorts: Award Winners

GlobeScreen Shorts congratulates all filmmakers who won awards at the festival’s awards ceremony last night at Curzon Sea Containers, in London:

Best Short, This Perfect Day, Directed by Lydia Rui

Best Cinematography, Nailed, Directed by Nickolas Gilbert

Best Editing, Down, Directed by Garry Crystal

Best Sound, This Perfect Day, Directed by Lydia Rui

Pictured above: Lydia Rui with her guest Michael Filocamo and Dara Naficy, Festival Director.

2020-08-14T13:44:39+02:00August 7th, 2020|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments

GlobeScreen Shorts: Meet the Jury Panel

Dara Naficy, Festival Director, was joined by Clarisse Loughrey, Chief Film Critic, The Independent, who along with eOne‘s Kezia Williams and ODEON Cinemas‘s Tanya Easterman, rounded off the jury in 2020. In a panel conversation between screenings, they discussed the overall market for short films, the decision making behind this year’s official selection and some thoughts on the film industry and entertainment journalism in general.

2021-01-05T15:05:06+01:00August 6th, 2020|GlobeScreen News|0 Comments
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