In an ideal world we wouldn’t exist
Posted on December 5, 2019
Lisa Wolfe is the Marketing Manager at Carousel and in this blog she talks about Oska Bright Film Festival, the world's biggest learning disability film festival; how it champions those who make great work and builds audiences who want to see it.
The role of eco-festivals in the age of Greta Thunberg
Posted on November 6, 2019
Davide Abbatescianni (Cineuropa) spoke to seven European members of the Green Film Network (GFN), one of the world’s largest networks of environmental film festivals. They shared some useful tips to engage audiences, promote positive values and be environmentally sustainable.
Promoting progressive and experimental film culture today. The experience of the Radical Film Network
Posted on October 3, 2019
Davide Abbatescianni (Cineuropa) had a chat with Steve Presence, one of the founding members of the Radical Film Network (RFN). The RFN is among the largest international organisations involved in the promotion of politically-engaged and aesthetically innovative film culture. The boundaries of what is ‘radical’ are often blurry and can describe a number of cultural practices. Nonetheless, the RFN prides itself on supporting progressive and experimental film culture and promoting social justice, equality and environmental sustainability.