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From today it's online a selection of short films fro the ones chosen for this year's Future film Festival.

From today it's online a selection of short films fro the ones chosen for this year's Future film Festival.

Watch them online and vote your favourite! You can evaluate them with stars (1 to 5) and every user will evaluate the shorts once per day. The voting will end on Saturday 6 of May at 6 p.m.

#characterwow #FFF2017 #futurefilmshort

NEWS del 26/04/2017 - 15:34

The waiting has ended!

The waiting has ended!

Here shown all the film in competition and out of competition, the events, the masterclasses, the workshops! You can find all the informations here or dowload the PDF.

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The FFF will start the 2 of May, we are waiting for you!

NEWS del 19/04/2017 - 17:27

The Future Film Festival is proud to announce another great film in the main competition this 2017,

The Future Film Festival is proud to announce another great film in the main competition this 2017, Ethel and Ernest by Roger Mainwood.

Based on the award-winning book by acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film tells the true story of Raymond’s own parents – Ethel and Ernest - two ordinary Londoners living through a period of extraordinary events and immense social change.  

Heart-warming, humorous and bittersweet, the film follows the lives of lady’s maid Ethel and milkman Ernest from their first chance meeting in 1928, through the birth of their son Raymond in 1934, to their deaths, within months of each other, in 1971.  

From the socially stratified 1920s to the moon landing of 1969, the film depicts, through Ethel and Ernest’s eyes, the most defining moments of the 20th Century: the darkness of the Great Depression, the build up to World War II, the trials of the war years, the euphoria of VE Day and the emergence of a generation from post war austerity to the cultural enlightenment of the 1960s.

A multi-generational team of top British talent breathes life into the characters headed up by Oscar® winner Jim Broadbent and Golden Globe winner Brenda Blethyn in the title roles and Olivier Award winner Luke Treadaway as Raymond.  They are joined by leading actors Virginia McKenna, June Brown, Pam Ferris, Simon Day and Roger Allam, with young actor Harry Collett as young Raymond.

Echoing the lives and concerns of the London working classes through momentous social and political change, Ethel & Ernest is a heartfelt and affectionate tribute to an ordinary couple and an extraordinary generation. 

 

NEWS del 12/04/2017 - 11:35

A new precious film is enriching the lineup of the 2017 Future Film Festival!

A new precious film is enriching the lineup of the 2017 Future Film Festival! It's the documentary Floyd Norman - An Animated Life, directed by Michael Fiore and Erik Sharkay and dedicated to the life and career of the first afroamerican animator working for Walt Disney.

Animator, storyteller, troublemaker. At 80 years old, the legend Floyd norman keeps on working hard in spite of his forced pre-retirement at 65 years old.

"A delicious documentary on a man that has brought much joy in your life, even though you probably don't even know".

 

 

NEWS del 12/04/2017 - 10:42

This year the Future Film Festival is enriched by a brand new space dedicated to comic book artists and live sketchin

This year the Future Film Festival is enriched by a brand new space dedicated to comic book artists and live sketching: the Comics Zone!
A space where comics artists and drawers will draw their fabolous characters or create new ones just for the FFF.


Everyday at 18:00 an italian comic book artist will draw for (and with) the audience of FFF.


During the rest of the day all the illustrators, drawers or amateurs will be able to add their creations to the zone.

From the 2 to the 7 of May, in the Piazzetta Pasolini.

Free entrance

NEWS del 10/04/2017 - 16:45

In its XIX edition the Future Film Festival will bring again on its screens the best animated and sp

In its XIX edition the Future Film Festival will bring again on its screens the best animated and sp fx shorts from all around the world.

Soon we will announce the time and date of the six programs, but you can already see the list of the selected shorts:

Future Film Short Program  1

Les Animaux Domestiques di J. Lecointre, Francia, 2017; Among the black waves di A. Budanova, Russia, 2016; Down by love di J. Corral, Spagna, 2016; The absence of Eddy Table di R. Spaars, Norvegia, 2016; Time Rodent di A. Svedlana, Repubblica Ceca, 2016; Deus di A. Battault e R. Essler, Francia, 2016; The sled di O. Shhchukina, Russia, 2016; Disco di B. Seewald, Germania, 2016; Summer’s puke is winter’s delight di K. Sawako, Giappone, 2016; Envor di L. Courtillon, Francia, 2016; Slowville di A. Meunier, Canada, 2017; Here winter di L. Kyutae, Sud Corea, 2017; Once upon 3 times di J. Rembauville e N. Bianco-Lévrin, Francia, 2016; Different di D. Rustav e H. Belousova, Uzbekistan, 2016; Overload di K. Suhyun, Sud Corea, 2015; Framed di M. Jemalo, Italia, 2016; La Cour di E. Costedoat, A. Engels, J. Fradin, F. Gourdin, F. Merien e O. Rovier, Francia, 2016; Second to none di V. Gallagher, Irlanda, 2016; Indice 50 di J. Guené, A. Belmudes, D. Clef, S. Amblard, M. Fumel e M. Peters-Houg, Francia, 2016.

 

Future Film Short Program 2

Love is a sting di V. Gallagher, Ireland, 2015; (Otto) di M. Blaauw, J. Oprins e J. Roggereen, Holland, 2015; Two trams di S. Andrianova, Russia, 2016; Locus di V. Antoniv, Poland, 2016; 24 days of torture di Vik&Nes, UK, 2016; Wild Animals di Y. Taube, Israel, 2016; Blue Unnatural di M. Bolognesi, Italy, 2017; About Coati di A. Slepchuck, Russia, 2016; The lingerie show di L. Harrison, USA, 2015; Camino de agua para un pez di M. Marro, Spain, 2016; Sirocco di A. hug, L. Madec, K. Tarpinia e T. Lopez, France, 2016; Before&After di K. Minji, South Corea, 2016; Preston di G. Amar, L. Doucerain, J. Heu, W. Marcere, T. Tieu e M. Vaast, France, 2016; Darrell di M. Briones e A. Carabantes, Spain, 2016; The person with the broadest shoulders in the world di K. Misu, South Corea, 2016; Asteria di A. Arpentinier, M. Blanchys, L. Granl, T. Lamarca, T. Lamaille e J. Lusseau, France, 2016; Swiff di A. Agliata, T. Cambier, T. Bonora, A. Bellour, J. Berckmans e R. Lavoine, France, 2016; Everything Changes di P. Luciani, Italy, 2017; Kukuschka di D. Velikovskaya, Spain, 2016; En vol di B. Le fevre, France, 2016; Merletti e Borotalco di R. di Mario, L. Miceli, A. Peronetto e S. Tarquini, Italy, 2016; Corp. di P. Polledri, Spain, 2016.

 

Future Film Short Program 3

A town called panic: back to school di S. Aubier e V. Patar, Belgium, 2016; L’oiseau pleureur di C. Ledru, France, 2016; Lupus di C. Gomez Salamanca, France, 2016; Oh, Matko! Di P. Ziolkowska, Poland, 2017; 9 ways to draw a person di S. Svirsky, Russia, 2016; Johnno’s dead di C. Shepard, France, 2016; La grande histoire d’un petit trait di A. Robert, France, 2016; Selfie Cat di G. Assie, E. Bernard e E. Divet, France, 2016; Age of obscure di M. Mizue, Japan, 2016; Hadarim di S. Yosef, Israel, 2016; U scriusciu du mari di F. Collet, F. De Carvalho, A. Douzal, J. Nardelli, L. Rossi e Z. Towey, France, 2016; Arzena Velenifera di L. Ottaviani, A. Sireci e M. Testa, Italy, 2016; Bug di F. Marinelli e D. Trovato, Italy, 2016; Wendell’s advantageous adventure di L. Findlay, Uk, 2016; Cop Dog di B. Plympton, USA, 2017; Oh my di T. Martin, Holland, 2016; The passenger di O. Brouillet, C. d’Intorni, A. Mariez, L. Martinetto, R. Mehleb e E. Seyoux, France, 2016; Close the shutters di Y. Lan, Israel, 2016; Peter’s forest di M. Mestrovic, Croatia, 2016; Lutra di D. Merello, Italy, 2016.

 

Future Film Short Program 4

The advisors of King Hydrops di N. Brozynska, Poland, 2016; Catherine di B. Raes, Holland, 2016; Drifting Away di C. Clement-Delmas, Germany, 2016; Iahmes et la grande devorouse di C. Sichez e M. Rivoal, France, 2016; Fim da linha di A. Pinto e P. d’Alva, Portugal, 2016; Knight to meet you di A. Fromager, L. Bogdel, L. Resplandy, L. Godineau, M. Astruc e N. Canot, France, 2016; Jubilee di C. Soudet, C. Piogé, M. Duvert, M. El Kadiri e A. Marnion, France, 2016; Hot Trahison di Q. Barutart, France, 2016; Loneliest Stopnight di B. Plympton, USA, 2016; Johanne di A. Volozh, UK, 2017; We wash di T. Knipf e A. Kronberk, Germany, 2016; Go to city Ele di W. Li, South Corea, 2015; Pigments di C. Leroux, Z. Risser, P. Schapp e S. Youssef, Franea, 2016; Invasion Day di V. De Bellis, M. Erastotene, T. Guilpin, L. Lefebre, R. Leylavergne, A. Loiseau, M. Oumand e D. Trouvé, France, 2016; Pyjama suicide di R. Cicero e A. Chabrier, France, 2016; Flip di A. Hirsch, V. Patout, F. Puchois, L. Renard e F. Sauvage, France, 2016; Nez en moin disait Cleopatra di C. Chitou, C. Lebreton, L. Loiseau, M. Meah, M. Monier, M. Razafindralambo, A. Rondol, J. Salvi e A. Trefleze, France, 2016; La parfumerie de Monsieur Pompone di A. de Lafforest, C. Ferrari, F. Ratte, Y. Demettre e T. Weyland, France, 2016.

 

Future Film Short Program 5

Beast! Di P. Coudyzer, Belgium, 2016; I want Pluto to be a planet again di M. Amachoukeli e V. Mavounia Kouka, France, 2016; Made in Spain di C. Riobòo, Spain, 2016; Ships passing in the night di E. Zwimpfer, Germany, 2016; Travelling country di I. Bogdanov e V. Dantcheva, Croatia, 2016; Farewell di C. Yong Hsu, A. Jacquot, P. Jourdain, A. Sorio e E. Trahey, France, 2016; Gusla or the spirits di A. Nowak, France, 2016; Kebab romance di H. Guilleum, C. Huard e E. Musa, France, 2016; The goats di Y. Filippova, Russia, 2016; Spiderweb di N. Chernysheva, Russia, 2016; No offense di K. Borghs, Belgium, 2016; Gokurosama di C. Frére, A. Gal, Y. Meignnien, A. Mertz, R. Migliorelli e R. Salvini, France, 2016; Isabella d’Este virtual studiolo di G. Bellavia, Italy, 2016; Meli-metro di A. Blain, L. Germain, C. Gigot, J. Guillot, A. Muller e S. Puculek, France, 2016; My deer friend di S. Ko, South Corea, 2016; The laughing spider di K. Tanaami, Japan, 2016; Pokey Pokey di J. Zhang, Switzerland, 2015; Poilus di G. Auberval, L. Dozul, S. Gomez, T. hek, H. Lagrange, A. Laroye e D. Lashcari, France, 2016; Sendas di R. Felgueiras, Portugal, 2016.

 

Future Film Short Program 6

The wizard of U.S. di B. Bruszewska, Poland, 2016; Decorado di A. Vazquez, Spain, 2016; Even Horyzon di M. Orzechowski, Poland, 2017; Old Bear di C. Chen, France, 2016; Revelation – the city of haze di M. Quinchao, China, 2016; Garden Party di T. Dufresne, F. Babikien, G. Grapperon, L. Navarro, V. Bayouz e V. Claire, France, 2016; Moonlight Gravity di Y. Song, South Corea, 2015; The cats di A. Rios, Mexico, 2016; Merlot di M. Gennari e G. Martinelli, Italy, 2016; Nonsens di M. Strand Mourier e D. Skold, UK, 2016; Le promeneur di T. Challet, France, 2016; Malgrin Debotté di C. Brodelle, C. Kinedjian, M. Marinos e C. Valex, France, 2016; Les courgettes de la resistence di M. Idri,B. Leciltel, I. Ngamou e C. Balguerie, France, 2016; Hypertrain di E. Kampis e F. Bellotto, Switzerland, 2017; Kastaars di J. Elsen, Belgium, 2016; Night Shadows di I. Viaranchyk e B. Rivlin, USA, 2016; Phone di H. Holman-Penney, UK, 2016; Resistence di A. Chauvet, A. LeDanois, Q. Foulon, F. Glasse, J. Jean e J. Narrat, France, 2016; Napier Daltic di L. Hau Ying e M. Ngai Wan, Hong Kong, 2017.

 

 

NEWS del 10/04/2017 - 15:50

Blood! Violence! Pulp!

Blood! Violence! Pulp!

After the great success of movies like Dead Sushi and Zombie Ass Midnight Madness is back with Bloody Chainsaw Girl by Hiroki Yamaguchi!

Young bully Giko Nokomura weilds the chainsaw like no one else, a talent inherited by his deceased father. At school Giko has a rival named Nero Aoi that is turning all her classmates in cyborg zombies at her command. Giko find herself targeted by envious Nero and the dangerous transgender Hanzo frm the school's Ninja Club.

From the splatter manga by Rei Mikamoto, a delirious film with zombies, cyborgs, mutants and obviusly sharp chainsaws!

#FFF_2017 #characterwow

NEWS del 10/04/2017 - 12:02

It’s time to announce a new guest of the XIX edition of the Future Film Festival: Victor Perez, spec

It’s time to announce a new guest of the XIX edition of the Future Film Festival: Victor Perez, special effects supervisor and spfx artist  with over 20 years of production experience in computer graphics and visual effects and many Oscars collaborations.

Among the films in which he collaborated  we can list The dark knight rises by Christopher Nolan, Harry Potter and the deathly hallows by David Yates and the more recent Rogue One: a Star Wars story. In Italy he is the visual director of the movie Il ragazzo invisibile 2 by Gabriele Salvatores, currently under work.

 

Victor Perez will hold a masterclass on the creation of visual effects for the cinema.  

NEWS del 05/04/2017 - 18:26

The italian preview of A Monster Calls, the new movie by J.A.

The italian preview of A Monster Calls, the new movie by J.A. Bayona - author of The Orphanage and The Impossible - with Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, Toby Kebbell, Lewis MacDougall and Liam Neeson, is going to open the XIXth edition of the Future Film Festival the 2 of May.

Premiering in italian cinemas next 18 May, A monster Calls is a movie of a great emotional impact, based on the famous and awarded novel by Patrick Ness  (also screenwriter of the film), published in 2011 and translated in over 40 languages after receiving a worldwide success.

Synopsis

A monster Calls tells the moving story of the encounter between twelve years old Conor, bullied and forced to live with his cold and detached grandmother due to his mother's illness, and the fantastic creature that the boy evoques in his dreams to escape the solitude of his real world. And the creature manifests itself every night 7 minutes after midnight, to tell Conor stories, fragents of an emotional journey in seek of the thruth.

NEWS del 05/04/2017 - 12:45

Two brand new entries for all the family in the lineup of the 2017 Future Film Festival, Richard the stor

Two brand new entries for all the family in the lineup of the 2017 Future Film Festival, Richard the stork by Toby Genkel and Reza Memari and Chieri and Cherry by Makoto Nakamura.

Richard Missione Africa tells the story of a sparrow adopted by a family of storks and his incredible adventure across Europe accompanied by an eccentric owl and a parakeet full of himself.

Chieri and Cherry is the stop-motion path of a young girl facing the difficulties in her life building her future.

 

Richard the stork

(USA, 2016)

by Toby Genkel, Reza Memari

84’, italian

Richard has been adopted by a family of storks, but is a sparrow. This condition causes him many problems whe his family, as winter comes, sets off for the usual migration to Africa. Richard would like to g with them but his small wings can't sustain him for a journey this long. To reach his family and shw them he's a real stork, Richard will begin a journey that will make him cross Europe with the help of an eccentric owl and a narcisistic parakeet. It's the beginning of a great adventure.

 

Chieri and Cherry

(Japan, 2015)

by Nakamura Makoto

54’, O.V. w\ italian subtitles

Sixth grader Chiery lost her father when she was little and now lives only with her mother. With her mother busy at work, there is no one to keep Chiery company. The only friend to Chieri is Cherry, a stuffed toy found in a storeroom at the time of her father's funeral: it talks and plays with Chieri, and helps her go through her life in place of her late father. When she visits the grandmother’s place for the father’s memorial, they find a stray dog giving birth to puppies, but a mean crow and strange monster come trying to get the baby dogs. Can Chieri and Cherry save their lives?

 

#FFF2017 #characterwow

NEWS del 05/04/2017 - 12:10

Bill Plympton, one of the FFF favourite authors and autarchic animator, already homaged with a retrospective

Bill Plympton, one of the FFF favourite authors and autarchic animator, already homaged with a retrospective in 2004 and winner of the Platinum Grand Prize in 2014 with his masterwork Cheatin. This year he overcome himself gifting us with a movie, Revengeance, and two shorts, The Loneliest Stopnight and Cop Dog, last chapter of the puppy awarded saga started in 2004 with Guard Dog.

Revengeance, co-directed with another master of the underground animation, Jim Lujan, is an irreverent and wild noir western, that gives a caustic and grotesque view of America, magnificently up to the times of the Trump government.

Stay tuned, the countdown just started: everyday you'll get news on the #FFF2017 program! #characterwow

NEWS del 05/04/2017 - 10:57

A new and important announcement is going to enrich next Future Film Festival's lineup: following last year's success

A new and important announcement is going to enrich next Future Film Festival's lineup: following last year's success of Alienween by Federico Sfascia, this year we decided to explore the rich universe of italian indepedent cinema with a focus on 6 movies and 8 short films, unknown yet of undoubtable quality.

Black cats, cowboys seeking for justice in deep space, cardboard spaceships, dreamy feasts, Lovecraft&Poe, endless nights, ancestral legends and post-apocaliptic scenaries; in the last twenty years italian cinema created imaginary, fantastic and weird worlds, rich in inventive and poor in budget. An hidden world that could make "the system" tremble.

Get ready, Bologna. It's time for vengeance.

FILMS

  • Vigasio Sexploitation (Italia, 2010) di Sebastiano Montresor
  • Apollo 54 (Italia, 2007) di Giornao Giulivi
  • Dorme (Italia, 1994) di Eros Puglielli
  • I rec u (Italia, 2012) di Federico Sfascia
  • Custodes Bestiae (Italia, 2004) di Lorenzo Bianchini
  • Il mistero di Lovecraft – Road to L. (Italia, 2005) di  Federico Greco, Roberto Leggio

SHORTS

  • Ultracorpo (Italia, 2010) di Michele Pastrello
  • The Black Cat (Italia, 2012) di Paolo Gaudio
  • Bandits on Mars (Italia,2015) di John Snellinberg
  • Il pranzo onirico (Italia, 1996) di Eros Puglielli
  • Last Blood (Italia, 2003) di Guglielmo Favilla, Alessandro Izzo
  • Olivia (Italia, 2016) di Alessandro Izzo
  • I dinj de lune (Italia, 1999) di Lorenzo Bianchini
  • Versipellis (Italia, 2011) di Donatello Della Pepa

 Program curated by Raffaele Meale, from an idea and with the collaboration of Carlo Tagliazucca

NEWS del 29/03/2017 - 12:37

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