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The Lucky 13th Edition of the LA Scandinavian Film Festival

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by Ron Gilbert Now it in its thirteenth year this Film Festival .offers a Scandinavian Cinema combined with a Smorgasbord treat starting on January 7, 8, 14, 15 at Writers Guild Theater (135 S. Doheny/at Wilshire) in Beverly Hills. I have been very fortunate to be in attendance at this film festival and have chosen this fest instead of Palms Springs and Sundance on my weekends. The five Nordic Oscar submissions plus additional current feature films, shorts, and documentaries...

Irregular Seasoning

Director: Adrien Beau.
Irregular Seasoning is loosely inspired by the life of the French Marchioness de Brinvilliers (1630-1676). The Marchioness is a depressed woman of the French aristocracy who leads a dull life in her castle, dominated by her husband, an "important" man, her small daughter and the servants. Attempting to end her days with rat poison, she resolves to test it on one of her maids. Rather sucessfully. She discovers a passion for poisoning, and she considers it an art. One by one, she kills her husband, her daughter and the greater part of the well-bred people that come around for a visit. She finds her life’s purpose, yet her life ends with her being burned at the stake. In her finest garments, she happily meets her end having finally done something with her life. But even the Marquise knows, all good things must come to an end.

AWARDS OF THE 15th SOFIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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Dragomir SholevThe main programme of the 15th edition of Sofia International Film Festival ended on the 13th of March with a gala screening of Aleksei Uchitel’s film The Edge. The festival presented a total of 205 films from 53 countries from all over the world. Over 260 was the total number of international guests, amongst which were directors, producers, festival directors as well as media and film experts. The main Award Ceremony took place on the 12th of March in Hall 1 of the Nat...

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson and Ola Simonsson, Sound of Noise (2010)

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INTERVIEW with director Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, SOUND OF NOISE (2010)   THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010) screened at the 2011 Copenhagen Film Festival. Co-directed by directors Johannes Starne Nilsson and Ola Simonsson, this film is a one of a kind experiment of music on film. Many have compared the lively inventive percussionists in the film to the traveling band STOMP but as Johannes explained, ‘well, maybe it’s a bit similar but our band will make music out of...

30th IFF... THE CLOSING PARTY

DOP Birgit Gudjonsdottir (OUR GRAND DESPAIR, 2011) and Director Johannes Stjarne Nilsson (SOUND OF NOISE, 2010)photo by Vanessa McMahon

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sound of Noise (2010)

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sound of Noise (2010) at 30th IFF. Takes a Turkish coffee break in the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sound of Noise (2010)

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INTERVIEW with director Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, SOUND OF NOISE (2010)   THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010) screened in competition at the 30th Istanbul Film Festival IFF. Co-directed by directors Johannes Starne Nilsson and Ola Simonsson, this film is a one of a kind experiment of music on film. Many have compared the lively inventive percussionists in the film to the traveling band STOMP but as Johannes explained, ‘well, maybe it’s a bit similar but our band will ...

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Interview from Istanbul Fest!

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INTERVIEW with director Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, SOUND OF NOISE (2010)   THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010) screened in competition at the 30th Istanbul Film Festival IFF. Co-directed by directors Johannes Starne Nilsson and Ola Simonsson, this film is a one of a kind experiment of music on film. Many have compared the lively inventive percussionists in the film to the traveling band STOMP but as Johannes explained, ‘well, maybe it’s a bit similar but our band will ...

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sound of Noise (2010)

Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Sound of Noise (2010) in Istanbul. We hike from Taksim to Sultanahmet.

Bosphorus River Tour at 30th IFF

Swedish Director Johannes Stjärne Nilsson of SOUND OF NOISE (2010) thinks pensively about life on the Bosphorus River Tour at 30th IFF :-) LOL

IFF APRIL 14, 2011

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• AWARDS TIME IN MEETINGS ON THE BIRDGE The winners will be announced at Meetings on the Bridge, the sixth of which takes place this year and which aims to create a platform for the cinema industry to meet. The awards ceremony, which will start at 19.00, will take place in Cezayir. • A BRIDGE OF FILMS BETWEEN ITALY AND TURKEY Italian Chamber of Commerce and Roma MedFilm Festival will hold bilateral meetings in Lütfi Kırdar Congress Center under the scope of the 30th Istanbul Film Fes...

SIFF 2011 PHOTOS

And the winner of the 15th SIFF FIPRESCI award goes to...Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjarne Nilsson for THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010)  

SIFF 2011 PHOTOS

Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjarne Nilsson present the main character of their film, THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010), the infamous Metronome at 15th SIFF

SIFF 2011 PHOTOS

Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjarne Nilsson present their film, THE SOUND OF NOISE (Sweden, 2010) at 15th SIFF

26th Warsaw Film Festival - Summary

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The 26th Warsaw Film Festival ended on Sunday, 17 October 2010. “I feel great satisfaction after this year’s festival. Our programme included about twenty European and international premieres. More than a hundred filmmakers from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas visited us to present their films in person in Warsaw. We had waited for some of them for years, to mention Jan Sverak, double Oscar winner, or Alexei Uchitel, whose new film The Edge is Russia’s Oscar candidat...

The Audience Award of the 26th Warsaw Film Festival

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The following films won the Audience Poll at the 26th Warsaw Film Festival:   Winner – Fiction Feature Films category: Sound of Noise, dir. Ola Simonsson, Johannes Stjärne Nilsson Winner – Documentary Feature Films category: Keep Surfing, dir. Björn Richie Lob Winner – Short Films category: That Thing You Drew, dir. Kerri Davenport-Burton Winner – Films for Children: Noémie, The Secret / Noémie, Le Secret, dir. Frédérik D...

WINNERS of the 26th WARSAW FILM FESTIVAL

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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION The Jury: Antonia Bird, director (UK) – Chairwoman, Francois DaSilva, producer (France), Mike Downey, producer (UK), Andrzej Jakimowski, director/producer (Poland), Wolfram Skowronnek-Schaer, consultant/sales agent (Germany) gave the following awards: Warsaw Grand Prix, funded by the City of Warsaw: INCENDIES (Canada / France), dir. Denis Villeneuve; A rich, complicated story about sectarian hatred and family bonds that cannot be broken, a devastat...

26th Warsaw Film Festival - Summary

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The 26th Warsaw Film Festival ended on Sunday, 17 October 2010.“I feel great satisfaction after this year’s festival. Our programme included about twenty European and international premieres. More than a hundred filmmakers from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas visited us to present their films in person in Warsaw. We had waited for some of them for years, to mention Jan Sverak, double Oscar winner, or Alexei Uchitel, whose new film The Edge is Russia’s Oscar candidate this...

The Stockholm International Film Festival unveils new Festival Program

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Today, October 26, the program for the 21st edition of the Stockholm International Film Festival will be revealed. Tomorrow, October 27 at 11 AM, the ticket sales begin online and at Kulturhuset. This year's festival program presents 180 films from more than 50 countries, 108 Nordic premiers, and 16 world premiers. We look forward 12 exciting days of quality film. - The Stockholm International Film Festival is the meeting point for next generation's film creators. Our 21st program is fully l...

Clermond Ferrand Shorts program highlights

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31st CLERMONT-FERRAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVALMusical and Netherlands...January 30 - February 7, 200931st Edition: Safe as HousesComing up on its thirty-first edition, the Clermont-Ferrand film festival proves, once again, that short films are safe as houses. Whether you’re talking about our three competitions or the numerous panoramas and retrospectives, cut-rate is not in our vocabulary. Short films remain a long-term guarantee for living, imaginative cinema, and in that regard, Cl...

Molodist-2010. The results

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MOLODIST ANNIVERSARY XL EDITION AWARDS (2010) INTERNATIONAL JURY 2010 AWARDS Marc Caro (director, France) – Head of Jury    Elena Yatsura (producer, Russia)    Rainer Frimmel (director, Austria)    Grzegorz Kedzierski (director of photography, Poland)    Bohdan Batrukh (distributor, Ukraine)    Serhiy Proskurnya (theatre director, producer Ukraine) The Grand Prix "My Joy" (Schastye moyo), dir. Serhiy Loznytsya, Ukraine-Germany-Netherl...

Uppsala Short Film Festival Grand Prix Winner

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The Russel Tribunal, by Staffan Lamm, a documentary short from Sweden took home the grand prix at the 23rd Uppsala International Short Film Festival. The film is documentary footage of the 1967 Russel Tribunal which took the United States government to task for atrocities against Vietnam civilians during the Vietnam War. The tribune consisted of artists and activists such as Jean Paul Satre, Simone De Beauvoir, Stokely Carmichael, author Sara Lidman from Sweden, and dramatist and filmmaker Pete...
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