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From Analogue to Digital - Cinema in the Digital Age

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The Association of Independent Film Exhibitor's First Annual Conference:>From Analogue to Digital - Cinema in the Digital Age The Birmingham Screen Festival will behosting the Association of Independent Film Exhibitor¹s first Annualconference on the 4th and 5th of March 2004. The Association of Independent Film Exhibitors, the specialist tradeassociation committed to supporting independent venues, is looking to thefuture with their first Annual conference by offering a beginner¹s guide tothe n...

Crossing Europe Linz Fest

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CROSSING EUROPE: Filmic Forays Through EuropeLinz Film Festival with Tributes to Matteo Garrone and Priit PärnThe program of the new Linz film festival CROSSING EUROPE (4 – 9 May 2004) is taking shape under the direction of the former artistic director of the Diagonale Christine Dollhofer. Simultaneously with the expansion of the EU, the first edition of the annual festival invites viewers to discover less familiar film landscapes. In addition to the European Competition and the European Pano...

HIFF fest director shopping film in Berlin

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HAWAII INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RETURNS FROM IRAN AND BERLIN FILM FESTIVALS WITH NEW FILMSChuck Boller, Executive Director of HIFF, secures new films from Iran and Berlin film festivalsChuck Boller, Executive Director for the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival just returned from two major film festivals, Fajr International Film Festival held in Iran and the Berlin International Film Festival held in Germany. “Our focus at the Louis Vuitton Hawaii Internation...

SAG awards: what does it takes to...

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10th ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS®The 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® airs on Turner Network Television (TNT) on Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 8 pm ET/PT, 7 pm Central, 6 pm Mountain. To create a dramatic arrivals area and intimate dinner setting at the Shrine Exposition Center this is what it takes to organise a glamorous event:Ø Lay 7300 square feet of red carpet in the arrivals area, edged by 550 feet of green hedging and 10,000 square feet of black carpet the showroom.Ø ...

Vesoul awards Vodka Lemon

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Tuesday 17th February 2004 on the closing ceremony at Edwige Feuillère Theatre of Vesoul with the screening of "In the Wild Mountains" by Yan Xueshu (China)at 8.30 PM the following awards have been given out.GOLDEN CYCLO Award of the International Jury with Iranian director Jafar Panahi as chairman and with Ashoka Handagama, Sophie Lee, Ling Fei and Véronique Prost: "VODKA LEMON" by Hiner Saleem (Kurdistan) With humour and with an innovative and poetic cinematic language, the film depicts th...

Tarantino to Head Cannes Jury 2004

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This year Quentin Tarantino will head the jury at Cannes and he'sthrilled. "For a film maker and film lover, there's no greater honourthan to be on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival--the crowningachievement of a lifetime spent in cinematic obsession - a magnificentobsession". Tarantino is sure to take to the task with relish. But whatever happened to Jodie Foster, who was 'mortified' two years ago that she had to cancel being the head of the jury in order to be in "Panic Room: by David Finch...

Weinstein Likes Evil

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Miramax co-chair Harvey Weinstein who was at the Berlinale for the opening film Cold Mountain said he was impressed by Swedish director Mikael Håfström, enjoyed the visual style in Evil and what the young director got out of his actors. He recently spent time speaking with Håfström while on a visit to Sweden to promote Cold Mountain. Evil is one of the nominated best foreign language films for an Academy Award. When Håfström is in Hollywood later this month he will be speaking with prod...

Imagina awards

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IMAGINA AWARDS 2004 PRIZE LISTING In a universe invaded by video clips, video games and advertising, a growing number of image connaisseurs are attracted to computer artwork that is progressively transcending reality. In the domain of computer image creation certain works stand out as artistic and visual masterpieces. For this 2004 edition, IMAGINA will bring together the best of worldwide digital creationGrand Prix Imagina « Annie & Boo » - Germany / AllemagneShort / Court MétrageDirection /...

9th Seattle Jewish Film Festival

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2004 Seattle Jewish Film Festival March 13-21The ninth annual Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) will be held March 13-21, 2004 at the Cinerama and Pacific Place Theatres in downtown Seattle. SJFF has developed from modest beginnings in 1995 to attract an annual audience of over 10,000 people, establishing itself as one of the countries premiere Jewish Film Festivals.A weeklong celebration of film and culture, the Seattle Jewish Film Festival will feature over 20 films from all over the world. ...

Viva Espana in Manchester

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With Manchester's most prolific export now settled in Madrid, Spain returns the favour this March with some of the very finest Spanish films and filmmakers coming to Manchester to celebrate the 10th birthday of ¡Viva! the UK's only Spanish Film Festival. Held annually at Manchester's internationally acclaimed cinema, Cornerhouse, the festival features the best of recent Spanish cinema, a themed section, archive screenings, and special events. This year the programming will expand to encompass f...

NSI invites young canadians to attend

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NSI FILMEXCHANGE LAUNCHES OUTREACH PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTSThe National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) in association with Human Resources Development Canada is pleased to announce the return of its two popular outreach programs for students and young adults, during NSI FilmExchange Canadian Film Festival – Canada’s Coolest Film Festival, March 2 to 6 in Winnipeg.NSI invites young Canadians aged 18 to 29, interested in pursuing a career in the film industry and who are not c...

St. Clair Bourne gets DVFF Documentarian Award

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St. Clair Bourne to Receive DVFF Documentarian AwardOssie Davis has been confirmed as award presenter at the 5th Director's View Film Festival taking place February 12-16 at locations throughout Fairfield County, CT.On Monday, February 16, Ossie Davis will present the Director's View Documentarian Award to St. Clair Bourne. Having produced, directed, and written over 40 films during a period spanning 25 years, Bourne has explored African life both in the United States and internationally. Stan...

Joanne Woodward & Paul Newman in honor to Lumet

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Director's View Film Festival, Fairfield County, Conn.Another luminary has joined the ranks paying tribute to the legendary filmmaker, Sidney Lumet, Joanne Woodward will join husband Paul Newman, "Get Smart's" Barbara Feldon, Oscar winner Celeste Holm, Lucie Arnaz, Lawrence Luckinbill and a host of other stars to salute five-time Oscar nominee Sidney Lumet (maker of such films as "Network" and "Dog Day Afternoon.") last Friday, February 13th in Stamford.The evening started with Stamford Mayor Da...

Quentin Tarantino will preside Cannes Jury

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Quentin Tarantino will preside over the Jury of the 57th Festival de Cannes, to be held May 12-23, 2004. Selected for the first time in 1992 with Reservoir Dogs, he's back in Cannes 10 years after receiving the Palme d'Or for Pulp Fiction (1994).Quentin Tarantino stated : “For a filmmaker and film lover there's no greater honour than to be on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival. To be President is both a magnificent honour and a magnificent responsibility. And also the crowning achievement of...

Did you say Bollywood? pay a visit to Beaubourg

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Bollywood Dream factory, a mass phenomenon that is staggering in its sheer scale and impact... Although popular Indian cinema has overspilled into many other countries, it is still largely unknown in France. And yet these lavish movies which throb to music and dance, and sparkle with hero-worshipped stars, have a thematic and artistic richness that is far removed from the simplistic vision we might have of them.Beaubourg Center is showing a retrospective on Bollywood playing about 50 films (2 sc...

BAFTA Awards Reward Lost in Translation and Return of the Kings

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Billy Murray and Scarlet Johansson both picked up best acting awards at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), Return of the Kings, best film and best director to Peter Weir for Master and Commander. Cold Mountain won for Zelleweger and best music.The BAFTA awards were announced on February 15 with Bill Murray and Scarlet Johanson winning the best acting awards and five awards for The Return of the King. Bafta awards 2004:Best filmLord of the Rings: The Return of the KingBest British film(Alex...

Tarantino to Head Jury at Cannes

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This year Quentin Tarantino will head the jury at Cannes and he's thrilled."For a film maker and film lover, there's no greater honour than to be on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival--the crowning achievement of a lifetime spent in cinematic obsession - a magnificent obsession"....

Talent Campus prizes Year 2

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The second time was twice as nice - it's raining prizes at the conclusion of the Berlinale Talent Campus"This is one of the most important initiatives for the future of the Berlinale" - commented Director Anthony Minghella (The English Patient, Cold Mountain) about the second Berlinale Talent Campus. Yesterday the Campus concluded with a large Farewell Party at which two prizes were awarded: The Argentinian Martin Romanella won the Talent Movie of the Week with his film Funeral Etiquette. The w...

Gegen Die Wand wins Golden Bear in Berlin

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Following a 9 day long festival the members of the International Jury headed by Frances McDormand (USA), Maji-da Abdi (Ethiopia), Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (Italy), Samira Makhmalbaf (Iran), Peter Rommel (Germany), Gabriele Salvatores (Italy) and Dan Talbot (USA) have awarded the following prizes for feature films screening in the Competition to:The Golden Bear toGEGEN DIE WAND / Head On by Fatih AkinThe Jury Grand Prix - Silver Bear toEL ABRAZO PARTIDO /Lost Embrace by Daniel BurmanThe Silver Bea...

All the awards and prizes in Berlin

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The short film awards from the Competition and Panorama sections:INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILMThe International Short Film Jury awards prizes for short films screened in the Competition and Panorama sections.The members of the jury Christine Dollhofer (Austria), Sophie Maintigneux (France) and Vinca Wiedemann (Danmark)award the following prizes: Golden Bear for Best Short Film toUN CARTUS DE KENT SI UN PACHET DE CAFEA Cigarettes and Coffeeby Cristi Puiu Jury Prize, Silver Bear, to the short film...

Miami Film Fest:: Treasures in the Dark

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MIAMI FILM FESTIVAL: TREASURES IN THE DARK (WHILE THE SUN IS SHINING) "The sun is still shining", a visiting filmmaker groaned. "Will anyone come to sit in the dark and see my film?" The answer was a resounding YES, as the Miami Film Festival wrapped its most successful session in years this past weekend. Re-energized by the leadership of former Sundance topper Nicole Guillemet, the Festival clearly has tapped into a winning formula of international premieres, American independent films and an i...

Sweden's Shooting Star

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Andreas Wilson is Sweden's Shooting Star that participated in the "Shooting Star" Event at the Berlinale February 8th. He was born in 1981 and attended the Tibble Gymnasium, where he was trained in both acting and singing. Andreas began his professional career at a young age, having been cast in several productions at the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm while still in school. On stage, he held the lead roles in several musicals, including West Side Story and Grease. In 2003, he made an auspi...

Weinstein Proud of "Cold Mountain"

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Miramax co-chairman Harvey Weinsten was in Berlin for the opening of Cold Mountain at the Berlinale February 5. Recipient of seven Oscar nominations, Weinstein came with Anthony Minghella and actors Brendan Gleeson and Philip Seymour Hoffmann - but without Jude Law and Renee Zellwegger who were shooting in London, and Nicole Kidman in Australia attending to family business. The Miramax executive discussed with the press why Cold Mountain had not gotten key Oscar nods for best film and director....

Q&A with a new-festival director Action/Cut

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Q&A with director/writer/producer Guy Magar, Founder of Action/CutAn Interview by Bruno ChatelinBruno Chatelin:What is the mission of your new shorts competition and what motivated its launch? Guy Magar: Since for filmmakers the most important result of their work is to receive recognition/awards at film festivals and contests to launch their film careers, we received overwhelming requests from filmmakers worldwide and from our Action/Cut Filmmaking Seminar Graduates to start our own competitio...

Miami Film Fest:: Treasures in the Dark

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MIAMI FILM FESTIVAL: TREASURES IN THE DARK (WHILE THE SUN IS SHINING) "The sun is still shining", a visiting filmmaker groaned. "Will anyone come to sit in the dark and see my film?" The answer was a resounding YES, as the Miami Film Festival wrapped its most successful session in years this past weekend. Re-energized by the leadership of former Sundance topper Nicole Guillemet, the Festival clearly has tapped into a winning formula of international premieres, American independent films and an i...
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