The Current Situation and the Future of Film Criticism
We know that the situation of journalists working in cultural sections, among them film critics, is getting worse every year. But how does it look in different countries? Is it global tendency? Who are we? Whom should we be? What do we think about the current situation of film critics? And how do we see the future of film criticism?
We wanted to have an objective look at these problems. We arranged a sociological survey. The project
was managed in Poland, with the help of the Polish Filmmakers Association. Approx. one thousand people took part in this survey.
St. Petersburg Colloque III on Russian Cinema Postponed
Venice Film Festival 2021: Critics’ Poll
Grand Prix 2021 to "Nomadland"
Karlovy Vary 2021: Critics' Poll
General Assembly 2021 Agenda
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
Letter from the President
FIPRESCI on Social Media
Grand Prix 2019: "Roma"
General Assembly 2019 Agenda
St. Petersburg Colloque II on Russian Cinema
The Los Cabos Festival (Mexico) finishes to host our jury
Reminder General Assembly 2019
Grand Prix 2019 - Final Call
Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread Chosen Best Film of the Year