General Assembly 2017 April 23 and 24, in Bari, Italy
1. Opening, presentation of the delegates.
2. Activities of the Federation
The General Secretary presents the report of activities and the financial report. The members of the board report about their activities. Reports of the departments.
3. Projects 2015/2016: Juries, Special Events
4. Membership fees: State of affairs, discussion of how the fees can be adapted to the requirements of a modern international organization
5. Any other business
6. Italian cinema: Seen from abroad
Reports given by delegates;
Meeting with Gianni Amelio and Giuliano Montaldo
Our board requests all delegates to the assembly to kindly send a text on Italian cinema. It might be a text they have written and published on Italian cinema in general, or on certan aspects, or on single films. It can be an already published text, it can of course be a new text; it could also be an interesting text published in their countries. An English version is asked, by April 7, to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. The texts will be uploaded to the members’ area of our site www.fipresci.org only, for internal purpose (unless the rights would be available for a publication on the public area of the site).
A detailed material on the main points of the agenda will be filed to the national sections and to the delegates around one week before the assembly.
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Call for "Golden Globe" Voters
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Critics’ Poll Karlovy Vary 2022
Critics' Poll Cannes 2022
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Grand Prix 2021 to "Nomadland"
Karlovy Vary 2021: Critics' Poll
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Grand Prix 2021 – Don't Forget to Cast Your Vote
Grand Prix 2021 - Final Vote
FIPRESCI Grand Prix 2021
Cannes Critics Poll 2021
Berlin 2021 – Conference on Film Criticism
Juries in Pandemic Times
FIPRESCI to Skip Grand Prix 2020
The Corona Virus: Letter from the Board
Berlinale Calling - The Critics Poll