7. French Film Week in Berlin

7. French Film Week in Berlin

7. French Film Week in Berlin

  Getting in contact with the slogan “The most beautiful French from New York,” advertises the New National Gallery in Berlin for its big summer exhibition of French masterpieces of the 19th Century from the New York Metropolitan Museum. With the slogan: “The most beautiful French come from Paris” holds the French Film Week in Berlin with her this year’s program, however – not quite as bold but just as exciting. An absolute must for fans of French cinema.

The French Film Week will this year in

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Special to the Short Film Festival Oberhausen – TV-Tip of the Week

Special to the Short Film Festival Oberhausen - TV-Tip of the Week
               Genre: Short
Tuesday 5 May 2009, 3sat, 23:00 Clock

The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen open, 30 April to 5 May 2009 to 55 Times their doors – an essential event of the long film festival landscape, traveling to this year some 1,000 accredited visitors from over 50 nations in the Ruhr. Advertised in the five contests, in which are 132 films from 36 countries at the start, their short position 120 directors treasures in person. Then there is the great again in Oberhausen time for small films,

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A film should be complicated – Interview with Christian Petzold to “Yella”

A film should be complicated - Interview with Christian Petzold to Yella

A film should be complicated – Interview with Christian Petzold to “Yella”

  Christian Petzold is one of the most important German directors. His film Yella was shown at this year’s Berlinale. For her role as Yella Nina Hoss won the Silver Bear. The film is about a young woman who sets off from a small East German town to seek their fortune in the West. What ghost stories, Hitchcock and a certain man’s world have to do with Christian Petzold said in an interview with Katrin Knauth.

How did you come to the movie?
It has

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Film websites of the month – www.fehler-in-film.de

Film websites of the month - www.fehler-in-film.de

Film websites of the month – www.fehler-in-film.de

  Okay, we have long plagued this time to elect a film site of the month, but now it is ready. And because we are not gloating less than ordinary petrol, we present this time, a site that makes repeatedly clear that not even the great Hollywood directors can guard against the devil, who is well known in the detail.

( #) www.fehler-in-film.de is a fan site dedicated exclusively to the little mishaps and inconsistencies, the sweeten many a movie theater. Alphabetical order

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Trailer – A Film with Me in It

Trailer - A Film with Me in It

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Dominance, control, Irony – reflections on the work of the Danish film director Lars von Trier

Dominance, control, Irony - reflections on the work of the Danish film director Lars von Trier

Dominance, control, irony – Reflections on the work of the Danish film director Lars von Trier

  Hardly any of the current director invents himself and his films as radically over again, like Lars von Trier does. From the weight of his first work somnambulistic The Element of Crime (1984) on artificial artificiality of Europe (1991), the proximity to the object of naturalistic observation in Breaking The Waves (1996), the radical simplicity of Idiots (1998) to the theatrical production in Dogville (2003) there is hardly a cinematic

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Francois Ozon talks about his film 5×2

Francois Ozon talks about his film 5x2

Francois Ozon talks about his film 5×2

5×2, the story of a couple relationship backwards. Was this unusual form the starting point for the movie?

No, that was the basic idea to make a slightly different film about a couple. I have this issue already in Drops on Burning Rocks (Gouttes d’Eau Sur Pierres Brulant) treated on the basis of a text by Fassbinder. He wrote it at age 19, and this view of a teenage boy on a pair of cruel and already full of disillusion, I liked it somehow. With 5×2, I wanted to return to the topic with

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If the mother does not want happiness adapt … – Emily Atef talks about her film “The Stranger in Me”

If the mother does not want happiness adapt ... - Emily Atef talks about her film The Stranger in Me

If the parent does not want happiness adapt … – Emily Atef talks about her film “The Stranger in Me”

  Cannes Film Festival was her film The Stranger in Me, which was seen in the collateral lines “Semaine de la Critique” to enthusiastically. Now Emily Atef start drama about a woman, who suffers from postpartum depression, in the German Cinema and touches on one of the last social taboos of our time: What happens when the hard-luck mother after the birth not just want to post? Joachim Kurz spoke with the director about her film.

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Babelsberg: decline of a Film Legend

Babelsberg: decline of a Film Legend

Babelsberg: decline of a film legend

  Six months is the newly established Studio Babelsberg AG old, already she wants to have fresh money. Germany’s film production company with the great past now announced that it intends to increase its capital by issuing additional shares. Company spokeswoman Michaela Niemeyer said: “We hope this will provide further 4.5 million euros in new capital.” The capital increase is being organized by the Weser bank from Bremerhaven. Only the week before the Studio Babelsberg AG, the film technical services

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Cannes Film Festival announces competition films

Cannes Film Festival announces competition films

Cannes Film Festival competition films are known

  Paris – The 59th Cannes Film Festival has announced the official competition entries. Having in recent years, contributions such as the fat years are over the world were completed by Hans Weingartner, or Do not Come Knocking by Wim Wenders, a decades-lasting abstinence from important German film festival, is this year do not see a German film in competition at the Croisette .

An amazing eighth time attends the Briton Ken Loach Cannes. In 2006, he shows The Wind That Shakes

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