Viennale 2007 – Curtain up for great cinema

Viennale 2007 - Curtain up for great cinema

Viennale 2007 – Curtain up for great cinema

  Tonight, on 19 October 2007, opened the VIENNALE, already the 45th Times held in Vienna. As the opening film of the 12-day film festival of the classics Klute by Alan J. Pakula is shown through the year 1971. Jane Fonda, which is seen in the lead role of call girl Bree, will be present at the opening. For the first time in the history of the festival will be shown at the beginning so that no current film. On 31 October 2007, the festival will end with the closing film Yellavon Christian

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Berlinale 2007: Golden Bear to “Tuya’s Marriage”

Berlinale 2007: Golden Bear to Tuyas Marriage

Berlinale 2007: Golden Bear to “Tuya’s Marriage”

  Berlin – In Berlin, in the evening, the 57th International Film Festival of Berlin with the ceremony ended. Surprisingly, the Chinese production has been awarded Tuya’s Marriage, directed by Wang Quan’an the Golden Bear for Best Film.

A German actress was pleased with a Silver Bear: Nina Hoss was honored for her performance in Christian PetzoldsYella for Best Actress. The Silver Bear for Best Actor went to Julio Chavez for his performance in “El otro by Ariel Rotter. Argentinean

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No Country for Old Men – Cannes 2007

No Country for Old Men - Cannes 2007

No Country for Old Men – Cannes 2007

  With great anticipation, the new Coen brothers film in competition at the Cannes Film Festival was expected – it should be able to follow up after a few disappointments with the new movie No Country For Old Men back on old successes? It seems as if the Coens succeed this mission in full.

In the hot and arid south-west of Texas is located Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin), hunting for antelope, but soon he is the hunter the hunted. Reason for this is 2.4 million U.S. dollars in a suitcase, Moss

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Paranoid Park – Cannes 2007

Paranoid Park - Cannes 2007

Paranoid Park – Cannes 2007

  Indie icon and Golden Palm winner Gus Van Sant (Last Days, Elephant) is different with his new film, Paranoid Park is not even from trodden path from. As in its predecessors, Van Sant directs the spotlight on a world of youthful outsider, in this case, a group of skaters. Based on the novel by the writer Blake Nelson, who grew up in Portland, Oregon, where Van Sant lives today, is characterized Van Sant another gloomy picture of the lives of American young people set apart from society.

Paranoid

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