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Japan is big winner in Moscow

29 June 2014 1:17 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Japan was the big winner at this year’s Moscow International Film Festival which ended on Saturday evening with the Golden St. George trophy for best film going to Kazuyoshi Kumakiri’s My Man (Watashi-No Otoko) [pictured].The film, which also received the Silver St. George best actor honours for Tadanobu Asano, had its international premiere in Moscow and was the first Japanese film to win the grand prix since Kaneto Shindo’s Will To Live received the honour

Japan was the big winner at this year’s Moscow International Film Festival which ended on Saturday evening with the Golden St. George trophy for best film going to Kazuyoshi Kumakiri’s My Man (Watashi-No Otoko) [pictured].

The film, which also received the Silver St. George best actor honours for Tadanobu Asano, had its international premiere in Moscow and was the first Japanese film to win the grand prix since Kaneto Shindo’s Will To Live received the honour in 1999.

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- screen.berlin@googlemail.com (Martin Blaney)

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BFI backs two feature docs

28 January 2014 4:09 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Panel selects two documentaries for support from the BFI Film Fund.

The BFI Film Fund has announced support for two feature documentaries following its latest pitching round in London.

The projects were selected from a short list of the strongest projects submitted to the BFI for support through the second round of the Film Fund’s documentary pitch meetings, in partnership with Sheffield Doc/Fest, which took place on Dec 9.

Five applications were shortlisted by a team of senior executives from the BFI and Doc/Fest, and selected to present to a panel including representatives from the BFI, Sheffield Doc/Fest, leading documentary distributor Dogwoof and Dutch Public Broadcaster Vpr.

In line with the panel’s recommendations, the Film Fund has committed to supporting two films:

Tomer and Barak Heymann’s Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?, which is co-directed and co-produced with Alexander Bodin Saphir, follows the journey of an Israeli man rejected by his community »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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