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Dogs triumph in Cannes as canine thriller wins prestigious prize
Dogs triumph in Cannes as canine thriller wins prestigious prize

Dogs triumphed in Cannes Friday as Hungarian canine thriller "White God" won the film festival's prestigious prize for innovative work, just hours after its four-legged stars scooped up the unofficial Palm Dog award for pooch talent.

Dogs triumph in Cannes as canine thriller wins prestigious prize
Syrian woman's siege of Homs film gets standing ovation at Cannes
Syrian woman's siege of Homs film gets standing ovation at Cannes

A Syrian woman whose horrifying footage of the siege of Homs was turned into a film by an exiled director was on Friday given a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival, a few hours after the pair met for the first time.

Syrian woman's siege of Homs film gets standing ovation at Cannes
Cannes film fest opens with 'Grace of Monaco' mauling
Cannes film fest opens with 'Grace of Monaco' mauling

The world's biggest film festival opened in Cannes Wednesday with a blast of controversy as critics mercilessly savaged the opening movie about Hollywood-darling-turned-princess Grace of Monaco.

Cannes film fest opens with 'Grace of Monaco' mauling
Actress Nicole Kidman (L) and actor Tim Roth. ©Reuters/Yves Herman
Biopic hits and flops: film-makers grapple with great lives

A great or glittering life is no guarantee of a gripping biopic, say film-makers, as the Cannes Film Festival prepares to open Wednesday with the first big screen adaptation of the life of Monaco's Princess Grace.

Biopic hits and flops: film-makers grapple with great lives
Snapshot from The Owners.
Kazakhstani film The Owners in Cannes' Official Selection

Kazakhstani film director Adilkhan Yerzhanov’s The Owners will premier in the Special Screenings of the 67th Cannes Film Festival.

Kazakhstani film The Owners in Cannes' Official Selection
Serik Aprymov. Photo ©filmfestival-goeast.de
Little Brother wins Honourable Mention at Nashville Film Festival

Serik Aprymov’s Little Brother (Bauyr) has received an Honorable Mention at the 45th Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) in the USA.

Little Brother wins Honourable Mention at Nashville Film Festival
Aruzhan Dzhazilbekova. Photo courtesy of Margulan Kapashev
Kazakhstan movie in Cannes Festival programme

Kazakhstan's Free Birds movie by Margulan Kapashev has been entered into the Short Film Corner programme of Cannes Film Festival.

Kazakhstan movie in Cannes Festival programme
Serik Aprymov. Photo  ©filmfestival-goeast.de
Kazakhstan's Little Brother takes Federal Foreign Office award at goEast

Serik Aprymov’s Little Brother (Bauyr) won an award at the Central and Eastern Europe film Festival goEast from the German Federal Foreign Office.

Kazakhstan's Little Brother takes Federal Foreign Office award at goEast
'The Grandmaster' dominates Hong Kong Film Awards
'The Grandmaster' dominates Hong Kong Film Awards

Martial arts fantasy "The Grandmaster" enjoyed a bonanza Sunday with 12 wins at the Hong Kong Film Awards including best movie and best director for Wong Kar-wai.

'The Grandmaster' dominates Hong Kong Film Awards
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Cannes film festival prepares to unveil its A-list

Cannes film festival organisers will on Thursday fire the starting gun for this year's Riviera movie extravaganza when they unveil the films chosen to compete for its top Palme d'Or prize.

Cannes film festival prepares to unveil its A-list
French Film Today in Almaty

French Film Today festival will take place in Almaty on April 17.

French Film Today in Almaty
Photo ©kaz.korean-culture.org
Korean Film Festival in Kazakhstan

Attention all the K-Pop and Korean film addicts, the South Korean Film Festival will take place in Almaty, Astana and Aktobe starting on April 11 to May 3rd.

Korean Film Festival in Kazakhstan
Film festival explores post-communism in eastern Europe
Film festival explores post-communism in eastern Europe

The One World Romania international human rights documentary film festival which opened in Bucharest on Monday reviews the struggles of eastern Europe since the collapse of communism 25 years ago.

Film festival explores post-communism in eastern Europe
The winners of the Film Festival in France. ©Guy Isaac
Kazakhstan film Nagima by Zhanna Issabayeva wins Grand-Prix at Film Festival in France

Kazakhstan film Nagima directed by Zhanna Issabayeva has won the Grand-Prix at the Deauville Asian Film Festival in France.

Kazakhstan film Nagima by Zhanna Issabayeva wins Grand-Prix at Film Festival in France
Tarantino, Scarlett Johansson to attend French Oscars
Tarantino, Scarlett Johansson to attend French Oscars

Quentin Tarantino is to attend France's equivalent of the Oscars -- its Cesar awards -- in Paris on Friday along with actress Scarlett Johansson.

Tarantino, Scarlett Johansson to attend French Oscars
Bayur. Photo  ©kazakhfilmstudios.kz
Kazakh Little Brother wins Cine Junior film festival in France

Serik Aprymov’s Bayur (Little Brother) film won the International Confederation of Art Cinemas (CICAE) prize at the Cine Junior children and youth film festival in France.

Kazakh Little Brother wins Cine Junior film festival in France
Bauyr (Little Brother)
Kazakh film Bauyr captures hearts at Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Kazakh Bauyr (Little Brother) film directed by Serik Aprimov won The Best Eastern European Film Award at the 29th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

Kazakh film Bauyr captures hearts at Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Pride and puzzlement as unreleased Chinese film wins in Berlin
Pride and puzzlement as unreleased Chinese film wins in Berlin

A top European prize for Chinese movie "Black Coal, Thin Ice" provoked curiosity and questioning Monday with the film not yet released at home and some asking whether political sensitivity might block it.

Pride and puzzlement as unreleased Chinese film wins in Berlin
Nagima
Poignant Kazakh film shocks Berlin audience

Nagima embraces the poignant reality of loneliness becoming an epitome of helplessness and anguish. Issabayeva’s film engulfed the viewers at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival with its grim reality.

Poignant Kazakh film shocks Berlin audience
German film director and artist Wim Wenders. ©Reuters/Herwig Prammer
If buildings could talk? Berlin film fest asks in 3-D

If buildings could talk, what would they tell us?

If buildings could talk? Berlin film fest asks in 3-D