Friday, March 27, 2015
Ninety years ago, in 1925, some film journalists from Paris and Brussels founded a Professional Association of the Film Press, which only in a bit more than a year became the International Federation of Film Press during the Congress of Cinema held in Paris from September 27 to October 3, 1926. But was until June 1930 that the Federation as we know it was founded. Still the idea of a worldwide film press has 90 years and FIPRESCI is celebrating its anniversary with some activities.
Perhaps the most interesting is the one that has eight (8) master classes by renown filmmakers. Here is the info from a FIPRESCI press release.