In French, this very interesting interview from Mud director Jeff Nichols, as well as short and witty reviews for i.e. Ulrich Seidl's Paradies: Hoffung or Gondry's L'Écume des Jours. Thanks to our friends from Cinéma du Palais for publishing the link.
(click on the picture below to listen to France inter podcast, "On aura tout vu")…Continue
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...is out ! We've been following live Thierry Frémaux and Gilles Jacob revealing the names of the movies and directors which will be shown in the official selection of the 66th Cannes Festival, from the 15. to 26. May.
In his introduction, Thierry Frémaux…Continue
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For Game of Thrones fans, the knowledge that our favourite epic-acting bards are hitting the big screen in a big way. Check out this Indiewire article about how Starks, Lannisters even those 'north of the wall' are appearing in other full-length…Continue
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One month to go before the 66th edition of ze Festival de Cannes opens on the…Continue
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I am not a film critic therefore I tend to completely let go during a screening and it is mostly moments after the closing credits, when I am back to reality, that I can say why I liked a film or not. However, while watching To The Wonder, I could tell right after the first scenes of Malick’s latest opus that this film was annoying me.…Continue
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The 8th annual festival du cinéma d'europe centrale et orientale is…Continue
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It is with great sadness that I learnt of the passing of the legendary film critic Roger Ebert.
Undeniably one of the world's most prolific and respected film critics, Ebert passed away April 4th
after his long battle with thyroid cancer.
Ebert, the first Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, became…
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Steven Spielberg is without a doubt a titan in the movie industry. With various Academy Awards to his name, his long and certainly not-yet-ending career has produced many a worldwide classic.
Not an easy task for the folks over…Continue
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New York welcomes in positive spring vibes with the 11th annual Tribeca Film Festival, this April 17 - 28. Following on the coattails of the Texan SXSW festival, but no less innovative in its own right, this year's Tribeca is a …Continue
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SXSW (South by Southwest) has come full circle (and should we say full compass!?) with a mega-batch of creative media bursting out onto the silver screen.
Following on from the film component of the Austin, Texas-based festival, (March 8-16), the…Continue
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Top of the morning to you! Berlin will decked out in green as the Irish national holiday, Paddy's Day, or Saint Patrick's Day, brings all things Irish to the German capital!
Bring your four-leaf…
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Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams | Take This Waltz (2011) | Canada | 116 mins | Sarah Polley
Two equations in a single unknown
Oh dear. Take This Waltz is god damn sweet. The storyline is a…
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For anyone interested.
I am actually looking to make a fact sheet about all the cinemas in this network.
I am a independent movie produce and director and would like to initiate (or become part of) a distribution network for independent and small production movies that works on a person to person basis.
If you are interested or know of something like this please contact me.
The first thing would be to have a fact sheet about the…Continue
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Hi, my name is Verena,
i work in a big sociocultural centre in erlangen, bavaria. We have our own small cinema,
with 45 seats. a group of volunteers, one person in part time work and me are running it.
the group is always open for new volunteers. we show arthouse movies (often original sound), movie specials like a polish filmweek, spanish movieweek, documentaries with nature and social themes, movies for kids, festival with inclusion themes ("aktion mensch"), special…Continue
Image from Hitchcock's North by Northwest, in German Der unsichtbare Dritte, 1959…Continue
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With his Romanian social drama Child's Pose Calin Peter Netzer wins the Golden Bear at the 63rd Berlin Festival.
Almost Documentary-styled, the film,…Continue
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La Religieuse (2012) | France | 114 mins | Guillaume Nicloux
Ich mag bei religiösen Filmen etwas sensibel sein. Es mag an meinem eigenen christlichen Glauben liegen, dass mir Die Nonne a.k.a. La Religieuse a.k.a. The Nunnicht besonders gut gefallen hat. Basierend auf den Gesprächen mit den Kritikerkollegen halte ich es jedoch ebenso für möglich, dass der Film einfach nicht…Continue
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