VCU/University of Richmond French Film Festival Richmond, Virginia, 2729 March 2009 A report by Tim Palmer
Africa in Motion (AiM) film festival, 23 October to 2 November 2008 A report by Lizelle Bisschoff
International Film Festival Workshop, 4 April 2009, University of St Andrews A report by Serazer Pekerman
Keywords: African cinema; AiM; Australian; Belgian; Bouli Lanners; British film audiences; Christopher Weekes; CineFest; Cliente (2008); Dominique Abel; Fiona Gordon; French cinema; Icelandic; Iranian; Josiane Balasko; Marko Mandic; Nollywood; Pejman Bazegi; Slovenian; Swedish films; animation; art cinema; distribution; dynamics of world cinema; experimental film; film exhibition; film festival; film festival studies; film studies; industry; short film competition; tradition-versus-modernity theme
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: University of North Carolina Wilmington. 2: University of Stirling, Scotland. 3: Film Studies Department, University of St Andrews.
Publication date: 01 June 2009
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