Call for Entries: Sino-European Production Seminar

Bridging the Dragon and the European Film Market will present the 4th Sino-European Production Seminar on the 21 February 2018 at the EFM Producers Hub, in the Martin-Gropius-Bau during the Berlinale. Like every year the event will gather European film producers with a specific interest in China and help them increase their knowledge on this exciting and more and more relevant film market. The seminar will include panels introducing the latest updates on the Chinese film market and a hands-on workshop. For  more info, please visit the website

“Coffee” released in China

After the partecipation at the Beijing and Shanghia Film Festival, “Coffee” directed by Cristiano Bortone will be released on the 30th December in China in over 7.000 theaters. In the film play actors as Zhuo Tan, a star at home thanks to great art films such as “Spring Fever” by Lou Ye , (Palme d’Or for Best Screenplay at Cannes Film Festival) or “Hello , Mr. Tree” and  Fangsheng Lu very popular at home thanks to a number of successful television series such as “1980 ‘s Love”, “Sweet city”, “Unpredictable happiness” and “The second life”. The film will be released in China by Bao Feng.


The habit of beauty in competition at David di Donatello Awards

“The habit of beauty”, debut film by the director Mirko Pincelli, is in competition at the 2018 edition of  David di Donatello Awards. The feature film marks the return to the big screen of actress Francesca Neri, flanked by actors like Vincenzo Amato (“Respiro”), Noel Clarke (“Star Trek – Into the darkness”) and the very young but promising British actor Nico Mirallegro. The film, set between London and Trento, tells the story of the estrangement and rapprochement of a couple after the dramatic loss of their only child. “I wanted to make a very personal film – says the director – on themes that I feel on my skin, telling them without compromise. The characters, through the painful comprehension of their fragility, discover the bond that unites them and understand that the personal relationships and the human warmth of a family are what they really lack. “

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