Film Socialisme

Film Socialisme

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Jud Suss – film without conscience

Jud Suss - film without conscience

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A film Unfinished

A film Unfinished

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German Short Film Award on the road – the one hand: impetuous

German Short Film Award on the road - the one hand: impetuous

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Venice Film Festival begins

Venice Film Festival begins

Venice Film Festival begins

  Venice – The world premiere of British film Atonement with Keira Knightley in the lead tonight open on the 64th Venice Film Festival.

Another highlight of this year’s competitive program is the premiere of Ang Lee’s new film Lust, Caution. Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain won in 2005 with the Golden Lion in Venice. Otherwise, Venice seems to be down this year, however, in American hands. Alone nine of the 22 films in competition are from the United States. The dominant theme is the war in Iraq. Both

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Cannes Film Festival 2008 – Films at a Glance

Cannes Film Festival 2008 - Films at a Glance

Cannes Film Festival 2008 – Films at a Glance

  From 14.5. – 25.5.2008 proposed in Cannes again the heart of the film world. In the 61st Film Festival once again enter the film world’s most respected directors in the struggle for the coveted Palme d’Or at.

Competition Films at a Glance

Adorationvon Atom Egoyan
Clint Changelingvon Eastwood
Che by Steven Soderbergh
Deltavon Kornél Mundruczó
Blindness / Blindness by Fernando Meirelles
Entre les Murs / The Class by Laurent Cantet
He

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Cannes Film Festival: Palme d’Or to Ken Loach

Cannes Film Festival: Palme dOr to Ken Loach

Cannes Film Festival: Palme d’Or to Ken Loach

  Cannes – The Wind That Shakes the Barleydes British director Ken Loach has won the Palme d’Or at Cannes. Loach, who took part for the eighth time at the Cannes Film Festival, was the first to receive the coveted trophy for his portrayal of the Irish struggle for independence in the 20s of last century. Loach thanked the jury for “the best film festival in the world” and described his film as “a very small step in dealing with our (the British, editors note) imperialist past.”

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A nature film of superlatives: The production of Deep Blue

A nature film of superlatives: The production of Deep Blue

A nature film of superlatives: The production of Deep Blue

  DEEP BLUE has been produced by BBC Worldwide and Greenlight Media, a film production company based in Berlin. The BBC has created for himself, not least with outstanding documentation has a worldwide reputation. With a budget of more than 17 million U.S. dollars for the TV series and the movie together, have the directors Alastair Fothergill (Life in the Freezer) and Andy Byatt (Monsters We Met paid) ordinary. They hired twenty specialized camera teams, exposed more than

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6. French Film Week in Berlin

6. French Film Week in Berlin

6. French Film Week in Berlin

  The French cinema is rooted in a tradition that began over 100 years ago with the first public screening of the Lumière brothers in a small Parisian café, and has ever since been renowned filmmakers out. Unforgettable important innovative silent film directors such as Jean Vigo, René Clair, the stars of the French sound films like Jean Renoir, Marcel Carné and Jean Cocteau, or the great revolutionary Francois Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard and Claude Chabrol. Nowhere else than in France developed so early

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Berlin Film Festival goes into the third round of contempt

Berlin Film Festival goes into the third round of contempt

Achtung berlin film festival goes into the third round

  Berlin – poor, but sexy. Think again. When turning and Films production for the German capital is more popular than ever. A representative selection of films from and about Berlin brings the third time the film festival achtung berlin – new berlin film award at the screen. Of 18 to 22 April 2007 im Kino Babylon Berlin there to see: lots of mid-substance Berlin film: feature films, documentaries, short films, children’s and youth films and a retrospective of films from the beginnings

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