No Film School interviews Alexander Nanau

No Film School sat down to do an interview with Alexander Nanau, the director of the film, Toto and his Sisters.

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Variety review of 'We Come as Friends'

You can read Variety's review of Herbert Sauper's documentary, We Come as Friends, here.

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Edinburgh cycles to Bike vs Cars screening

On the occasion of the Scottish premiere of Bikes vs Cars, Scottish Documentary Institute organised a 'cycle on cinema' with the film's director, Fredrik Gertten.

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Even Variety is inspired by Good Things Await

Another addition to Moving Docs, Good Things Await by Phie Ambo, has even managed to inspire the oft-cynical Variety magazine. This is from their review:

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We've got the Sugar Blues

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Sugar Blues tells the story of one mother's fight against the global sugar mafia, and has just been added to the line-up for Moving Docs, coming to a European screen near you later this year.

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The Forecaster confirmed for Moving Docs

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We're happy to announce that The Forecaster has been confirmed for participation in Moving Docs.

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Bikes vs Cars first-ever film to tour Europe as part of Moving Docs

Bikes vs Cars by Swedish Filmmaker Fredrik Gertten (of Bananas!* fame) has been selected as the first film to tour Europe as part of the new Moving Docs initiative.

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Moving Docs announced

May 2015 to March 2016, around Europe

Moving Docs is a new EDN initiative supported by Creative Europe. Its aim is to create innovative outreach strategies and provide opportunities for urban and rural European audiences to enjoy regular screenings of documentary films through a wide variety of media and platforms.

Moving Docs is a partnership founded for the simultaneous distribution of documentaries across Europe. Through the joint action of eight pioneering and successful partners across Europe including: CineDoc (Greece), DocLounge (Sweden), DocsBarcelona-The Documentary of the Month 40 (Spain and South America), APORDOC (Portugal), DocIt (Italy), Lemessos International Documentary Festival (Cyprus), Planete Doc (Poland) and the Scottish Documentary Institute (UK), Moving Docs will create a common marketing and distribution strategy to enable and facilitate the pan-European release of documentaries.

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