Unveiled – Interview with Jasmin Tabatabai

Unveiled - Interview with Jasmin Tabatabai

Unveiled – Interview with Jasmin Tabatabai

  It is one of the last beautiful summer days. Jasmin Tabatabai, 38, sitting in a Berlin hotel, the air conditioner does a thorough job. For six hours she gives interviews, no trace of fatigue.

Mrs. Tabatabai, in her new film Unveiled play an Iranian woman who is persecuted for their homosexuality and wants to start a new life in Germany. How is this movie?
The idea was already there eight years ago. At the time (director) Angelina Maccarone and Judith Kaufmann started to write

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“Please, no vanity” – Interview with Dominik and Benjamin Reding “for the unknown dog”

Please, no vanity - Interview with Dominik and Benjamin Reding for the unknown dog

“Please, no vanity” – Interview with Dominik and Benjamin Reding “for the unknown dog”

  In the Reding brothers situation is rather like when the brothers Bobby and Peter Farrelly, who once said: “Making movies is like raising children: This is just better in pairs”. Also in the Reding, the director seems to work in pairs just better to go out of hand. After her successful debut Oi! Warning (2000) is now her second film for the unknown dog to be seen in the movies.

How is that for twin brothers to work together so closely?

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Life is a miracle – Interview with director Emir Kusturica

Life is a miracle - Interview with director Emir Kusturica

Life is a miracle – Interview with director Emir Kusturica

  On 16 6. 2005 will start Life is a Miracle by Emir Kusturica in German cinemas. In an interview, Kusturica, one of the great European art-house Regiseur his latest film.

The love of which it is told in The Life is a miracle under an unlucky star. Luka and Sabaha are the descendants of Romeo and Juliet?
In a way, yes. Back when I went underground, said Peter Handke is very enthusiastic about my project, and he said that with this film would be made impossible attempt

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Trailer – Interview

Trailer - Interview

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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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“The television has become a dangerous drug” – Interview with Hans Weingartner about his movie “Free Rainer – Dein Fernseher liar”

The television has become a dangerous drug - Interview with Hans Weingartner about his movie Free Rainer - Dein Fernseher liar

“The television has become a dangerous drug” – Interview with Hans Weingartner about his movie “Free Rainer – Dein Fernseher liar”

  Even before its release in German cinemas, Hans Weingartner’s new film makes Free Rainer – Dein Fernseher liar! for plenty to talk about in the press and among those viewers who have seen the film already. www.kino zeit.de met the director-in preview of his film in Mannheim to talk about his new film, the power of quotas and the difficulty in turning.

I know that the comparison with (# ) The Edukators

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The Kick – An Interview with Andres Veiel

The Kick - An Interview with Andres Veiel

The Kick – An Interview with Andres Veiel

  In an idiosyncratic synthesis of film and theater staged Andres Veiel The kick in an analytical psychological profile of a brutal murder in 2002 sparked nationwide horror: In Potzlow, a village in the Uckermark three young men from the extreme right milieu maltraitierten a friendly 17-year-old. One of them killed him along the lines of a scene from the U.S. film “American History X.

Why this film was the trigger for action?

Andres Veiel: American History X is a film of his

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Gone – Interview with Paul Zoltan

Gone - Interview with Paul Zoltan

Gone – Interview with Zoltan Paul

Gone – an English title for a film shot in Germany? The ambiguity of the participle irritated the filmmaker Zoltan Paul: Flitsch, past, hopeless, dead Gone is on 25 March to the cinema, according to the international festival success and participation as the only German film in competition at the Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires.

In Gone met David, a cloistered author, publisher suicidal Alma. The author makes the main character Alma his new novel, whose story in the double suicide of two lovers

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The Lives of Others – An Interview with Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

The Lives of Others - An Interview with Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

The Lives of Others – An Interview with Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

  With The Lives of Others, the young director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck an impressive debut film has turned. The oppressive work of the Stasi spy system that can be resurrected, and asks fundamental questions about morality and humanity in totalitarian systems.

How did you come on this subject that has attracted you to it, it is a personal motivation?

There were two things that have brought me over the years into the film. Once the many

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A tribute to Ozu Yasuhiro – Interview with Wayne Wang on “A Thousand Years of Good Prayers”

A tribute to Ozu Yasuhiro - Interview with Wayne Wang on A Thousand Years of Good Prayers

A tribute to Ozu Yasuhiro – Interview with Wayne Wang on “A Thousand Years of Good Prayers”

  Wayne Wang is one of the most important representatives of American independent cinema. In addition to major Hollywood films such as The Joy Luck Club (1993), he turned and small independent films such as Smoke (1995) and Blue in the Face (1995). His first feature, he turned 1975th Wayne Wang was born in Hong Kong, which he left in the early 1980s, U.S. gen. In his new film A Thousand Years of Good he Zikadenbeschäftigt with Chinese immigrants

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