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The Budapest Filmweek Prizes

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The feature competition winner for Best Picture was a film called “Delta” by a young director, Kornél Mundruczó, which was also awarded the traditional Gene Moskowitz prize by the foreign press delegation. However, due to my unfortunately vast degree of geographical separation from the festival grounds I didn’t get to see it, and therefore am not in a position to comment critically one way or another. This year’s Best Director Prize went to Elemer Ragalyi, for the film “Nincs Kegye...

New Estoril Festival tribute to David Lynch

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Paulo Branco, one of Europe’s most prolific film producers, has been appointed artistic director of the new Estoril European Film Festival, which will hold its first edition Nov. 8-17 in Estoril, Portugal. The festival will oragnaise a tribute to David Lynch (and to Pedro Almodovar) David Lynch's Filmography: 1966 Six Figures Getting Sick (curta-metragem) 1968 The Alphabet (curta-metragem) 1970 The Grandmother (curta-metragem) 1974 The Amputee (curta-metragem) 1977 Eraserhead...

Brian De Palma’s Black Dahlia Venice opener

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Brian De Palma’s eagerly anticipated “BLACK DAHLIA”, which will officially open the 63rd Venice Film Festival this evening, was screened for the press this morning with the screening immediately followed by a packed house press conference. Principal actors, Josh Harnett, Scarlett Johansson, Aaron Eckhart, and Mia Kirshner (who plays the gruesomely murdered Elizabeth Short of the title) were present as well as director De Palma and writer James Ellroy, on whose novel regarding the famo...

Brian De Palma’s Black Dahlia Venice opener

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Brian De Palma’s eagerly anticipated “BLACK DAHLIA”, which will officially open the 63rd Venice Film Festival this evening, was screened for the press this morning with the screening immediately followed by a packed house press conference. Principal actors, Josh Harnett, Scarlett Johansson, Aaron Eckhart, and Mia Kirshner (who plays the gruesomely murdered Elizabeth Short of the title) were present as well as director De Palma and writer James Ellroy, on whose novel regarding the famo...
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