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American Film Market
The American Film Market (AFM) is an event of the industry of the film takes place each year in early November in Santa Monica, California. About 8,000 people attend the eight-day networking event and sell, finance and acquire films. Participants from more than 70 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, Festival directors, financiers, Commissioners from movies, producers, screenwriters, etc. Founded in 1981, the AFM has quickly become one of the first market in the world for the film industry, where the difference of a festival film, production and distribution deals are the main target of the participants.   The AFM is held in Santa Monica at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel and Beach Hotel Le Merigot, which becomes therefore a busy office market. In addition to offering choices that occurs in the AFM are not projections, conferences, events and networking evenings.   The AFM uses all 15 cinemas in the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica (and in the surrounding community) and nine cinemas HD built to accommodate 700 projections for over 400 movies (often world or first US). The films presented range from big budget blockbusters that will be released by the major studios in the United States, of the decline of budget art films and genre recognized in festivals films international, all looking Film and television distribution worldwide.   8 December 2011, the AFM has announced that he would stay in Santa Monica at least until 2017, putting an end to months of speculation that he would switch to LA Live in downtown Los Angeles dates in the future are the following: 4-11 November 2015; 2 to 9 November 2016 1 a November 8, 2017   The AFM is produced by the Alliance of Independent Film and Television (IFTA), the professional association that represents the producers and distributors of independent films and television programs in the world. 
Toronto Film Festival
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF, stylized as tiff). It is a film festival which was attended by the public each month of September in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In 2012, 372 films from 72 countries will be screened on 34 screens in downtown Toronto venues, hosting approximately 400 thousand people, more than 4,000 of them were professionals. TIFF begins the Thursday night after labour day (the first Monday in September to the Canada) and lasts 11 days.   Founded in 1976, TIFF is today one of the most prestigious events of its kind in the world. In 1998, Variety magazine acknowledged that TIFF "is the second to Cannes in terms of high profile pictures, stars and market activity." In 2007, time noted that TIFF had "spent its place as the most influential fall film for the film festival festival the most influential, period." This is partly the result of production capacity and reputation "Oscar buzz" TIFF.   Notable films that have had their world or North American premiere in Toronto include Dallas Buyers Club, Chariots of Fire, The Big Chill, husbands and wives thirty-two short films about Glenn Gould, the sinking aside, Silver Linings Playbook, of the word King, Argo, Moneyball, and Crash.   The international film Festival of Toronto, originally known as the Festival of Festivals, founded by William Marshall, Henk van der Kolk and Dusty Cohl. Piers Handling has been Director and general director of the festival since 1994, while Noah Cowan became co-director of TIFF in 2004. At the end of 2007, Cowan became the artistic director of the TIFF Bell Lightbox, as a programmer for a long period time Cameron Bailey succeeded as Co-Director; from 2013, Bailey is also the artistic director.   TIFF times focused on the Yorkville area, but the Toronto entertainment district later earned a higher level of prominence. TIFF is known for celebrity buzz that it brings to the region with the international media creating near the restaurants and shops of photos and interviews with the stars. With the opening of the fall 2010 TIFF Bell Lightbox, permanent seat TIFF in the entertainment district, TIFF seems likely to continue to expand outside its traditional Center to embrace other parts of the city.   From 2013, the main objective of TIFF is independent film, and the festival presents retrospectives of national cinemas and the individual directors, the highest point of the Canadian cinema, and a variety of Africa, America and South Asian films. In particular, the first world a number of Indian films have been produced in the TIFF.  
Berlin International Film Festival
Berlin International Film Festival (in German: Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin), also called the Berlinale, is one of the most reputable media events and one of the "big three" film festivals in the world (with Venice and Cannes). It takes place in Berlin, Germany. Founded in West Berlin in 1951, the festival is held annually in February since 1978. With 320 000 tickets sold around 500 000 admissions and is considered the largest festival of cinema from around the world attended the public on the basis of the attendance rates. Up to 400 films are presented in several sections, representing a full range of cinematic world. A score of films in competition for the award called the Golden and Silver Bears. Since 2001, the festival Director Dieter Kosslick has been.   The European Film Market (EFM), a trade fair held simultaneously filming the Berlinale, is an element important industry gathering for the international film once circuit annually. The fair serves distributors, buyers of movies, producers, financial and co-agents. The Berlinale Talent Campus, a series of a week of conferences and workshops, gathers young filmmakers from around the world. It is associated with the festival itself and is considered to be a forum for new artists.   The festival, Federated States of Micronesia and other satellite events are attended by approximately 20,000 professionals in more than 130 countries. [9] more than 4,200 journalists are responsible for media exposure in over 110 countries. [10] in characteristic high-profile premieres of films, movie stars and celebrities are present on the red carpet. [11] the Berlinale has established a cosmopolitan integrate art, glamour, commerce and media global attention.   The most recent festival, the 65th Berlinale took place from 5 to 15 February 2015. No one wants Isabel Coixet evening open film festival. German director Wim Wenders has received the honorary Golden bear. The Golden bear was awarded to an Iranian film directed by Jafar Panahi taxi.   History The International Berlin Film Festival was founded in West Berlin in 1951. [14] Rebecca of Alfred Hitchcock opened the first Berlinale. Although the film was released in 1940, many Germans had seen until after the end of the war. Since 1978, the festival is held every year in February.   Program of the Festival Places of the Festival throughout the central districts of the city   The Berlinale Palast is the venue for the first of the competition The festival consists of seven sections of different movies. The films are selected in each category by a head of section with advice from a Committee of experts on film. The categories include:   Competition - includes not yet released films outside their country of origin. Movies section of the competition compete for several awards, including the best film Golden bear and silver bear top action series, writing and production.   Panorama - comprises of new independent films and arthouse dealing with controversial topics and unconventional "aesthetic styles". Films in the category are intended to provoke discussion and subjects participated historically than LGBT issues.   Forum - includes films documentaries from around the world, with special emphasis on the works of the detection of young filmmakers and experimental. No format or genre restrictions and movies on the Forum are not competing for prizes.   Generation - including a mixture of short and feature films for children and young people. Films in competition in the Generation section into two subcategories: Generation Kplus (directed to four years or more) and Generation 14plus (aimed at fourteen and more). section awards are determined by three independent boards - Board for children, the Board of youth and of an international jury of experts - whose decisions are independent of each other.   Perspektive Deutsches Kino - includes a wide variety of German films, with an emphasis on highlighting current trends in German cinema. It is a few entry requirements, allowing filmmakers emerging to show their work to a national and international audience.   Berlinale Shorts - including short films national and international, in particular those that demonstrate innovative approaches to cinema. Films in the category in competition for the best short film Golden bear and a proposed silver bear jury.   Retrospective — includes films classic, previously presented at the Berlinale, with collected films for competition, Forum, Panorama and Generation category. Each year, the retrospective section devoted to themes or important filmmakers. 
Telluride Film Festival
Submit your screener (Movie, Video, Film) to all festivals by one click:   Telluride Film Festival is a Telluride, Colorado, Labor Day weekend film festival in the United States in September every year.   The project was started in 1974 by Bill and Stella Pence, Tom Luddy, and James Card and Telluride Council of Arts and letters. It is operated by the National Preserve film. Pennies retired in 2007. Julie Huntsinger and Gary Meyer were hired to run the festival with Tom Luddy. Huntsinger is the Executive Director. In 2013, the festival celebrates its 40th anniversary with a new place, the Teatro Werner Herzog and one additional day. The festival should not be confused with Mountainfilm in Telluride, another film festival held annually in Telluride Memorial Day weekend.   Telluride Film Festival Programm The bulk of the programme consists of new movies, and it is an informal tradition that new films should be presented for the first time in North America to be eligible for the festival. Telluride is conveniently located in the international calendar of the festival the film for this: shortly after the Cannes Film Festival, but just before the international film Festival and the Toronto, New York film Festival. This emphasis on first made Telluride be associated with the discovery of a number of new films and filmmakers. This is particularly true of Michael Moore (whose first film Roger and me, he showed for the first time in 1989) and Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi including the first film won its first festival screening it in 1992). The festival also had the American premiere of movies like My Dinner with Andre (Louis Malle, 1981), Stranger Than Paradise (Jim Jarmusch, 1984), Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986), the civil war (Ken Burns, 1990) The Crying Game (Neil Jordan, 1992), Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001) and Le Secret de Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee, 2005). Since 1995, a special medallion is also awarded annually, usually in a non-cineaste which had a great impact on American and international film culture. Among above include them Milos Stehlik (founder of facets Multi-Media), HBO, the magazine positive french cinema, Ted Turner, and Janus Films.