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September 23, 2021


Katia Pascariu stars in Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn

Berlinale 2021 Review: “Bad Luck Banging, Loony Porn”

(Review from the Berlinale 2021, 2021-03-03, by Cirina Catania, Sr. Editor) With respect to the insightful and important curation of the Berlinale’s Competition Films, I watched this one from start to finish. Here’s my review: My parents taught me that, “If you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” ###

Berlinale Review: “Memory Box,” Brilliant Story-Telling

(Berlin, Germany, 2021-02-28, film review by Cirina Catania, Sr. Editor, US Times.) If the film, “Memory Box,” is any indication of what is to become available for viewing during the 71st Berlin International Film Festival, it will be a banner year. Unexpected, insightful, tough, triste, joyful and full of love, this film is a must-see.

The 71st Berlin International Film Festival begins March 1st, 2021

Berlinale 2021 – All New Format, Just as Exciting

(Berlin, Germany, February 15, 2021) Mariette Rissenbeek, Executive Director of the Berlin International Film Festival, and Artistic Director, Carlo Chatrian, welcome us to another year at the Berlinale (the 71st), explain the new virtual format for the Fest and present the films that have been selected for this year’s Competition and Berlinale Special sections. The

LA Post Fest 2016: Fun, Fresh and Full of Inspiration

Wendy and Woody Woodhall, Co-Founders of the LA Post Fest, a competition for short films with a slant towards post production, enjoyed a successful run in their inaugural year and set the high bar for the future. Over 200 entries came in from many corners of the world, including Canada, France, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Qatar,

The Art of Short Films: Rode Reel Competition Deadline is June 1

The Annual RODE REEL Short Film Competition ends tomorrow. Maybe this video will inspire you to finish up and get it submitted: Here’s the link to enter. The RODE Reel was established in 2014 to encourage and promote independent filmmakers. Since then, over 2,000 entries have been received from 89 countries and over $500,000 in