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Beyond Eruv

THE MITCH SHOW mixes film and comedy

Saturday, October 14----One of the more unusual and highly anticipated programs of the Woodstock Film Festival will be tonight's special event, THE MITCH SHOW, a retrospective of comedic short films spanning the oeuvre of Hollywood-based filmmaker Mitchell Rose. The program includes several audience-participation segments, humorous performance pieces and short comic gems by this professional wisenheimer. Highlights of the program include MODERN DAYDREAMS, a suite of four Chaplinesque films t...

The Mitch Show

Tales of the Rat Fink

Volver Press Conference New York Film Festival

New York Film Festival Press Conference for: VOLVER Series: The 44th New York Film Festival [Sept 29 - Oct 15 2006] Director: Pedro Almodóvar, Country: Spain, Release: 2006, Runtime: 120 Centerpiece Over the last twenty years, the name Pedro Almodóvar has become virtually synonymous with cinematic pleasure. This latest movie (his seventh to screen at the NYFF) is sheer bliss, a supernatural tale of murder, adultery and family happiness.

Journals of Knud Press Conference New York Film Festival

Press Conference New York Film Festival for: THE JOURNALS OF KNUD RASMUSSEN Series: The 44th New York Film Festival [Sept 29 - Oct 15 2006] Director: Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn, Country: Canada, Release: 2006, Runtime: 112 Between 1920 and 1924, the Danish/Inuit explorer and scientist Knud Rasmussen led five expeditions through Arctic North America from his trade station in Thule, Greenland. Along the way, he and his team befriended the great shaman Aua and his family, and documented what was in the end a pivotal moment in Igloolik culture: Slowly encroaching foreign trade, the impending murder investigation of a white man, and the unstoppable spread of Christianity converged to alter customs and shatter taboos that had been in place for centuries.

Little Children Press Conference New York Film Festival

Press Conference New York Film Festival for: LITTLE CHILDREN Series: The 44th New York Film Festival [Sept 29 - Oct 15 2006] Director: Todd Field , Country: USA, Release: 2006, Runtime: 136 First with In the Bedroom and now with his haunting, sensual adaptation of Tom Perrotta’s novel, Todd Field proves himself to be one of the most perceptive and provocative filmmakers on the American scene. The restless adults in this unnervingly sexy, faintly menacing, and coolly wise drama who look after their kids (in settings of deceptive innocence), turn out to be children themselves, all too apt to stray off the playground path in their hunger for love, sex, and a temporary freedom from responsibilities.

Mafioso Press Conference New York Film Festival

New York Film Festival Press Conference for: MAFIOSO Series: The 44th New York Film Festival [Sept 29 - Oct 15 2006] Director: Alberto Lattuada, Country: Italy, Release: 1962, Runtime: 99 A long-lost comic classic from the Golden Age of Italian cinema, lovingly restored to its original glory. The incomparable Alberto Sordi gives one of his finest performances as Antonio Badalamenti, a punctilious factory supervisor in Northern Italy who takes his blonde wife (Norma Bengell) and their two adorable children to meet his family in Sicily. As vast meals are consumed and suspicious looks exchanged, Antonio sinks back into the rhythms and customs familiar from childhood. But then local bigwig Don Vincenzo (Ugo Attanasio) and his “people

Woman on the Beach Press Conference New York Film Festival

Press conference for the New York Film Festival film: WOMAN ON THE BEACH Series: The 44th New York Film Festival [Sept 29 - Oct 15 2006] Director: Hong Sang-soo, Country: South Korea, Release: 2006, Runtime: 127 Even for those who already recognize Hong Sang-soo (Tale of Cinema NYFF ’05) as a filmmaker of great psychological sensitivity and refinement, his latest offering comes as an unexpected delight: It is the most sheerly enjoyable and satisfying film of his career. Chang-wook won (Seung-woo kim) is a film director trying to complete his script who stumbles into relationships with two women he meets at an off-season seaside resort. In the process, he lays bare the destructive patterns of his behavior and generates material for his new film.

Idrissou Mora-Kpaï

Arlit

Mercedes de Yousri Nasrallah

The Short Life of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes

Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes Thursday, October 12---Music is the message for the 2nd annual Turks and Caicos International Film Festival, which launches next Tuesday with an ambitious program of film premieres, information seminars and live concert events...all set on the beautiful Caribbean archipelago of the Turks and Caicos Islands. One of the films having its International Premiere at the event is generating big buzz. A profile of the short and tumultuous life of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of the all-...

Marie Antoinette

Cleo From 5 to 7

Poison Friends

The 400 Blows

The French Are Coming, The French Are Coming

Thursday, October 12----New Yorkers have long had a love affair with French cinema. Each year for the past 44, the New York Film Festival has peppered its program with intriguing films from French talents, old and new. This year, the love affair continues with four films in the main section, as well as seven film classics in the 50 YEARS OF JANUS FILMS retrospective sidebar. As the Festival enters its final weekend, lovers of French cinema still have an opportunity to sample some tasty hors d...

Divine Trash

Boys Don't Cry

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