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Belgrade co-pro event foregrounds women

9 March 2016 5:27 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Belgrade hosts co-pro meeting dedicated to women filmmakers as study reveals industry progress on gender equality in region.

Belgrade was the focus of a co-production meeting with a difference last weekend when the Fest Forward Industry Meetings (March 4-6) focused its public pitchings on projects by and about women.

“We decided that the focus should be on the situation of women in the film industry and gender equality because this issue is of particular importance for us in ex-Yugoslavia as well as other parts of the Balkans,” said the event’s managing director Miroslav Mogorovic.

Ten projects were selected for public pitchings ranging from Serbian first-time director Milica Tomovic’s The Last Goodbye, a romantic love story about a young urban couple in a long-distance relationship between Belgrade and Berlin, to Croatian directorial duo Marina Andree Skop and Drazen Zarkovic’s children fantasy adventure My Grandpa Is An Alien and Macedonian filmmaker Marija Dzidzeva’s drama The Victim »

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

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Belgrade co-pro event puts women in the spotlight

9 March 2016 5:27 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Belgrade hosts co-pro meeting dedicated to women filmmakers as study reveals industry progress on gender equality in region.

Belgrade was the focus of a co-production meeting with a difference last weekend when the Fest Forward Industry Meetings (March 4-6) focused its public pitchings on projects by and about women.

“We decided that the focus should be on the situation of women in the film industry and gender equality because this issue is of particular importance for us in ex-Yugoslavia as well as other parts of the Balkans,” said the event’s managing director Miroslav Mogorovic.

Ten projects were selected for public pitchings ranging from Serbian first-time director Milica Tomovic’s The Last Goodbye, a romantic love story about a young urban couple in a long-distance relationship between Belgrade and Berlin, to Croatian directorial duo Marina Andree Skop and Drazen Zarkovic’s children fantasy adventure My Grandpa Is An Alien and Macedonian filmmaker Marija Dzidzeva’s drama The Victim »

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

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Best Classical Albums of 2015, Part Two

11 January 2016 9:17 PM, PST | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

This concludes my look back at 2015 with the newer new albums -- the ones with new, or at least contemporary, compositions, most by living composers.

1. Soloists/Warsaw Boys' Choir/Warsaw Philharmonic Male Choir/Warsaw Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra/Antoni Wit Penderecki: Magnificat; Kadisz (Naxos)   Naxos' invaluable Krzysztof Penderecki (b. 1933) project continues to bring us conductor Antoni Wit's impeccable renderings of the Polish composer's complex and challenging music, especially excelling in the choral works, as here.  One of the longer settings of this text (here nearly 45 minutes), Penderecki's Magnificat (1973-74) is also epic in sound, written in a high-avant style similar to his iconic St. Luke Passion, with extended singing effects (especially long glissandi, but also speaking and whispering), highly disjunctive melodies, extremely dense dissonance, and colorful cluster interjections by the orchestra, especially the winds.

It has a prominent if intermittent role for solo bassist (here Wojtek Gerlach), surprising »

- SteveHoltje

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See How the Stars Are Kicking Off Golden Globes Weekend!

10 January 2016 3:30 PM, PST | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

The Golden Globes are on Sunday, and if this year's show is anything like last year's, then we're in for a good night. Stars kicked off the big weekend by popping up at a series of preparties in La, including the BAFTA Tea Party, the Art of Elysium Heaven Gala, and Sean Penn's Help Haiti Home event. Over at the Spirit Awards Nominee Brunch, which was hosted by Uzo Aduba and Rami Malek, Cate Blanchett stunned in a navy-and-orange ensemble, while Rooney Mara kept things classy in black and white. Meanwhile, a smiley Jason Segel posed for photos on the red carpet along with Ed Westwick, Alicia Vikander, and Jeffrey Tambor, who was accompanied by his wife, Kasia Ostlun, at the BAFTA Tea Party. At Sean Penn's bash, former couple Madonna and Sean reunited and looked as happy as can be while walking the red carpet, and over »

- Monica Sisavat

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Golden Globes 2016: The Ultimate Party Guide

4 January 2016 11:47 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

While this awards season’s front-runners are less concrete, the week-long roster of ritualistic parties leading up to the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday will follow a tried-and-true formula — with a few exceptions.

Audi and W Magazine will join revelry forces, rather than throwing rival cocktail bashes on Thursday; Art for Amnesty joins the party with a first-time brunch fostering free speech on Friday; Showtime will be celebrating solo, rather than teaming up with partners CBS and the CW; and Amazon — which landed its first Golden Globe last year, and has both winner “Transparent” and newcomer “Mozart in the Jungle” in the running this year — will throw an inaugural post-Globes celebration (having gained some practice, with its first-time Emmy bash last fall). The move seems fitting, in a year when digital (namely, Netflix) surpasses networks with the most nominations, breaking HBO’s 14-year streak of domination and leading the TV race. »

- Jasmin Rosemberg

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Golden Globes 2016: The Ultimate Party Guide

4 January 2016 11:47 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

While this awards season’s front-runners are less concrete, the week-long roster of ritualistic parties leading up to the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday will follow a tried-and-true formula — with a few exceptions.

Audi and W Magazine will join revelry forces, rather than throwing rival cocktail bashes on Thursday; Art for Amnesty joins the party with a first-time brunch fostering free speech on Friday; Showtime will be celebrating solo, rather than teaming up with partners CBS and the CW; and Amazon — which landed its first Golden Globe last year, and has both winner “Transparent” and newcomer “Mozart in the Jungle” in the running this year — will throw an inaugural post-Globes celebration (having gained some practice, with its first-time Emmy bash last fall). The move seems fitting, in a year when digital (namely, Netflix) surpasses networks with the most nominations, breaking HBO’s 14-year streak of domination and leading the TV race. »

- Jasmin Rosemberg

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