Tue, 18 May 2021
Moving Images – Open Borders champions European film and festival culture
The young international film festival network MOVING IMAGES - OPEN BORDERS (MIOB) offers a diverse program for the film industry and audience: topics of the future such as audience building, environmental and climate protection, gender and diversity programming and digital communication issues are tackled by seven member-festivals as well as supporting filmmakers through two specially created awards.
Languages: ENG & DE
Mon, 01 May 2023
MIOB New Vision Award 2023 goes to Icelandic Beautiful Beings
Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson’s feature film Beautiful Beings won the MIOB New Vision Award at the 20th Crossing Europe Film Festival Linz. Supporting a new generation of filmmakers in Europe, the Moving Images – Open Borders (MIOB) network consists of 7 film festivals dedicated to European cinema – Trieste, Seville, Linz, Les Arcs, Cottbus, Palić and Scanorama in Vilnius. The winning coming-of-age drama from Iceland will be screened at all the network’s festivals, annually gathering over 250,000 viewers.
Languages: ENG & DE & LT
Thu, 21 July 2022
THE 2022 MIOB NEW VISION AWARD GOES TO MURINA
On Wednesday, July 20, as part of the European Film Festival Palić, on the Summer Stage, the MIOB New Vision Award was assigned to "Murina" by director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović. This award is aimed to European films by promising new directors, with an exceptional cinematographic approach and artistic handwriting that deserve wider international attention.
LANGUAGES: ENG & SER
Wed, 20 July 2022
European Film Festivals Join Forces to Go Green
The MIOB – Moving Images Opening Borders, a network of seven European film festivals with the support of the MEDIA program of Creative Europe, is further expanding its Green Charter for Film Festivals online platform. The latest presentation of the ongoing initiative inviting film festivals to reduce the consumption of energy and waste took place at the 29 European Film Festival Palić in Serbia.
Sun, 13 November 2022
MIOB IN SHORTS AWARD 2022 GOES TO AMYGDALA
MIOB in Shorts Award 2022 was presented to Amygdala (2021) directed by Maria Hatzakou from Greece during the 32nd FilmFestival Cottbus. The MIOB in Shorts Award, first introduced by the network in 2021, aims to present a variety of selected short films to a wider European audience and encourage their active participation by allowing them to vote for their favorite film.