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Make Me Man

Director: Dmitriy Rozin.
Make Me a Man is about a Russian immigrant family where the husband (and a father) is trying to prove his manhood, his ability to control the hardship the family is facing. Upon arrival to Brooklyn, USA, the father and the son are forced to look for work. Trying to “make a man” out of his son, the father takes him along to the gathering at the daily laborer location. Shortly, a Hassidic Jew, who needs his pool washed, drives in. The father suspects that the employer tries to molest his son at the poolside, but when they get home, it turns out otherwise.

Nominations for cinema eye awards: vote online

Nominations for the inaugural CINEMA EYE AWARDS FOR NONFICTION FILMMAKING were announced January 20, 2008 by 2008 Award Co-Chairs Thom Powers, Documentary Programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival, and filmmaker AJ Schnack, director of “Kurt Cobain About A Son”. Powers and Schnack were joined in the presentation of the nominations by filmmaker Margaret Brown, director of “Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt” and the 2008 Sundance Documentary Competition entry ...

Big Sky Documentary Festival Announces Award Winners

The 5th Annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is pleased to announce its festival award winners, each of which will be screened during a special encore presentation Wednesday, February 20, 2008 at Missoula's historic Wilma Theatre.Best Feature:JIMMY ROSENBERG: THE FATHER, THE SON, AND THE TALENT, Directed by Jeroen BerkvensBest Short:CONVICTION: THE TRUE STORY OF CLARENCE ELKINS, Directed by Mike West & Bill WardBig Sky Award:CLASS C, Directed by Justin Lubke & Shasta GrenierArtistic Vision:W...

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival opens this week

The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival opens Thursday, February 14 at Missoula's Wilma Theatre for the first of seven consecutive days and nights of world-class documentary cinema. The fifth annual event boasts 106 films from more than 40 countries, including many world premieres. In addition to screenings, the festival includes panel discussions, a Retrospective Series, Q&A sessions with dozens of filmmakers, as well as VIP events, receptions and parties. Since its 2004 debut, the Big Sky Docum...

Point of view café panels in Park City

The Wall Street Journal brings you the Point of View Café, a three-day program co-produced by Classic Entertainment Group during the 2008 Sundance Film Festival that is open to the public.  Point of View Café offers panels and core conversations on films, live acoustic performances, and complimentary food and beverage service and cocktail receptions throughout the day.  The programFriday, January 18- 10-11 am: Complimentary breakfast- 11-11:30 am: Lauren Ianuzzi acoustic session- 11:30-12...