Both Venice and Locarno Film Festivals will feature an array of films cast by ICDA members. What a great achievement! Congratulations to all of our members, who are having their work shown both in and out of competition this year. Please see a full list below. VENICE FILM FESTIVAL Venezia 80 Competition Bastarden (The Promised Continue reading
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The 2023 Emmy nominations have been announced and we are proud to report that several ICDA members are amongst the nominees: Succession – casting by Avy Kaufman and Lilia Hartmann-Trapani – has been nominated for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series, as well as for an array of other categories, including Outstanding Lead Actor in Continue reading
The International Casting Directors Association (ICDA) was heavily involved in the Berlinale and EFP Shooting Stars programme this year. 41 of our members participated in events from 18th to 20th February in Berlin. Meet & Greet with Ukrainian Actors On 18th February, ICDA organised a speed-dating event for Ukrainian actors who are registered in the Continue reading
The 2022 Semiramis Award for Excellence in Casting was presented at Torino Film Festival on 26th November. We would like to share a few impressions of the award ceremony itself, as well as the surrounding events with you below. On 25th November, the ICDN welcomed its members, as well as the 2022 Semiramis Award nominees Continue reading
The Casting Society (CSA) has announced the TV, theatre, short films and short-form series nominations for its 38th annual Artios Awards. We are proud to report that several ICDN members are amongst this year’s nominees. Congratulations to: Victoria Thomas with THE HARDER THEY FALL, nominated in the category film, non-theatrical release and THE MORNING SHOW, Continue reading
ICDN member Lilia Hartmann-Trapani remembers her mother, casting director Isa Bartalini, one of the first Italian women to work in cinema. In Italy, the casting director’s craft started in the 1960s, very slowly and almost incognito. In Italy, casting had always been left partly to pure chance, partly to the personal relationships between directors and Continue reading