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Uranium Film Festival - Yellow Oscar Awards to Rainer Ludwigs, Bill Keisling & Marko Kattilakoski

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The 2012 Uranium Film Festival’s Yellow Oscars go to Germany, Sweden, USA and Ukraine Saturday, July the 14th ended the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival in the Cinemateca Rio de Janeiro’s Modern Art Museum MAM. Three films from USA, Sweden and Germany were honoured with the Festival’s Yellow Oscar Awards. Bill Keislings "Not for Public Release: a Nuclear Incident in Lock Haven", USA, received the Best Feature Award and Swedish Filmmaker Marko Kattil...

An Exciting Job Offer

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Scott Hillier, President of ÉCU – The European Independent Film Festival and Oscar award-winning independent filmmaker is offering a credit on his latest documentary in exchange for transcription and translation work (Arabic – English). We have been shooting in Libya and have 10 interviews (maximum 30 mins long). This is an unpaid position but you will gain a valuable credit of which you can use in your future filmmaking career opportunities or job prospects. This is a heartf...

Peter Greenaway´s "Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth" nominated for "Yellow Oscar"

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Press Release: Peter Greenaway´s "Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth" nominated for "Yellow Oscar" 8 Nominees selected for Rio de Janeiro Uranium Film Festival Awards 2012 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, (May, 02, 2012) – The 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro has nominated eight films representing eight countries for its Award, the Yellow Oscar, in three categories: Best Short, Best Feature and Best Animation. The Festival starts 6 d...

Peter Greenaway´s "Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth" nominated for "Yellow Oscar"

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Press Release: Peter Greenaway´s "Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth" nominated for "Yellow Oscar" 8 Nominees selected for Rio de Janeiro Uranium Film Festival Awards 2012 Rio de Janeiro, RJ, (May, 02, 2012) – The 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro has nominated eight films representing eight countries for its Award, the Yellow Oscar, in three categories: Best Short, Best Feature and Best Animation. The Festival...

NIKOLA CHAPELLE WORKSHOP AT ÉCU 2012

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Nikola Chapelle: The role of sound, from pre-production to post-production, is a vital aspect of filmmaking and Nikola Chapelle is here to help in a specifically designed workshop! It will focus on good quality sound mixing to boost the overall impression of a film and provide useful tips and suggestions. So do you dream of establishing a strong director and sound mixer relationship? If so, this workshop is not to be missed! Be sure to head to the Grand Salle at the Action Christine on Sunday ...

Contract With the Devil

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Tucaković reconstructs his story, yet not much as it is known, as chapter of Ray Nicholas´ life.   The film is quite diverse and eclectic: there are poetic sequences that evoke old Nicholas’ movies, which is in general more or less cinematic poetics. Central subject is the arrival of Ray in Belgrade at the beginning of 60s, and the ambition of Yougoslav communist leader Dražević to make his own communist Hollywood and get hold of Oscar Award for the film done by Nicholas....

The BUFF Blog (March 2011)

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Some people call it a newsletter, most delete it from their inbox, others try to emulate it, and for the rest of you – well, going online isn’t quite the same until you’ve received it... its’ the BUFF Blog!!! Until recently, most BUFF blogs were written by the BUFF ghostwriter. In the 2 years since the advent of the UK’s 1st ever film festival monthly blog, a variety of voices from the world of film and TV have been invited to offer their own unique voice on the industry by whi...

One week to go to Bergman week at Fårö

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The 7th edition of the Bergman Week starts June 29 on Fårö. The Masterclass with Liv Ullmann and screenings in Bergman's private cinema on the island have generated great interest. But with one week to go until the Bergman Weeks kicks off there are still tickets available. Among the new additions featured this year is the cooperation with The Bergman Estates, which has resulted in a number of joint events within the framework of the Bergman Week. The Bergman Lecture will be the first in ...

SAG Awards: Actors In The Spotlight

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  NINE (directed by Rob Marshall) The Screen Actors Guild, the most important union of actors and actresses working in film and television, have announced their award nominees for this year. With the focus squarely on the acting arts, the list of those tapped for possible awards makes another pit stop in the road to the Oscars (which will be given out this year on March 7). As expected, lead and supporting actors in the films as UP IN THE AIR, PRECIOUS and INGLORIOUS BASTERDS ...

B-EST second editions awards

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Awards • Hell, directed by Danis Tanovic, Oscar award for the best foreign movie, screened in the official competition in Cannes got The TROPHEE of B-EST IFF 2006 • Garpastum, directed by Alexei Gherman Jr.; FIPRESCI Award, Venice, 2006, Special Prize of the Jury of B-EST IFF 2006 • Shanghai Dreams, directed by Xiao Shuai Wang; The Big Prize of Critics, Cannes, 2006; awarded for the Best Direction, B-EST IFF 2006. Special Guests of the second edtion B-Est 2nd edition enj...

Interview with Ralph Fiennes for The Guilt and Shame

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Ralph Fiennes InterviewFEST-International Film Festival, Belgrade A year 2009 has got a great honor for FEST-Belgrade International Film Festival www.fest.rs to have such a distinguished guest Ralph Fiennes to open the festival. Ralph Fiennes has visited Belgrade firstly to look for a convenient location where he is going to direct his first film, Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus”, the same time next year. Among the rest the film directed by Stephen Daldry “The Reader” opened the festival i...

FEST09-The Guilt and Shame

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  Ralph Fiennes 20th of February 2009, FEST-International Film Festival, Belgrade   A year 2009 has got a great honor for FEST-Belgrade International Film Festival www.fest.rs to have such a distinguished guest Ralph Fiennes to open the festival. Ralph Fiennes has visited Belgrade firstly to look for a convenient location where he is going to direct his first film, Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus”, the same time next year. Among the rest the film directed by Stephen Daldry “The Reader...

Portland International Film Festival's Audience Awards

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The 30th Portland International Film Festival wrapped up its 16 day run Sunday, February 25 after screening 82 features and 34 shorts from 35 countries to more than 31,000 Festival attendees. Enthusiastic audiences voted this year's Oscar winner Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck's THE LIVES OF OTHERS (Germany) Best Feature and Best New Director Award. Florian was on hand at the Opening Night Party sponsored by Hollywood Video.Portland filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky's HEAR AND NOW (US) emerged wi...

A Host of Pre-Oscar Award Winners

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Wednesday, February 21----In the run-up to the Independent Spirit Awards (Saturday) and the Academy Awards (Sunday), the industry's big weekend, a number of crafts and guilds announced their award winners. The 57th Annual ACE Eddie Awards, presented by the American Cinema Editors, held last  Sunday evening at the Beverly Hills Hotel, honored a number of films, most of which are also in the running for Oscars.In an unusual occurence, there was a tie for Best Edited Feature Film between BABEL...

Christmas Is Oscar Hell Week

Monday, December 25----While most industries take a rare respite during Christmas week, for the film industry it is a frenzied period that is not the least bit sleepy or relaxed. For film distributors, the Christmas-New Year's holiday period has become one of the most essential make-or-break weeks of the year, with Americans (and presumably others) adding movie-going as part of their Holiday celebrations. In other words, after the spate of last minute Christmas shopping, going out to the movie...

Oscar award not allowed to board plane

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Academy Award Winner and Her Friend Oscar Not Allowed to Board PlaneRecent Academy Award Winner and Durango Film Festival Winner Maryann DeLeo and her Oscar Award tried to leave Durango early this morning. La Plata County Airport officials had different plans though for DeLeo's friend Oscar. Officials felt that Oscar could have been used as a weapon in flight and would not allow DeLeo and Oscar to board. After some careful packaging and long discussion DeLeo and Oscar were allowed to board th...
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