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David Lean Season at the Irish Film Institute

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Undeniably one of cinema’s master storytellers and an inspiration to generations of filmmakers, the Irish Film Institute is proud to announce a two-part retrospective of the work of David Lean. The sixteen films showing throughout July and August demonstrate his achievements as a chronicler of the British imagination and as one of the greatest creators of cinematic epic in film history.In a BFI poll of the 100 best British films of the century, David Lean had 3 in the Top 5, Brief Encounter, L...

Réminiscences de Cannoises...

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 Prix d'Interprétation Masculine au Festival de Cannes 1946 - 19491946: Ray Milland pour Le Poison (The Lost Week-end) de Billy Wilder1947: Pas de prix d'interprétation masculine cette année 1949: Edward G. Robinson pour La Maison des étrangers (House of Strangers) de Joseph L. Mankiewicz1950-1959 1951: Michael Redgrave pour L'Ombre d'un homme (The Browning Version) de Anthony Asquith 1952: Marlon Brando pour Viva Zapata de Elia Kazan 1953: Charles Vanel pour Le Salaire de la ...

Dialogues With Cinema Greats

Wednesday, September 5--------While high potency celebrities making their way on the red carpet capture the bulk of media attention here (hey Brad, take off those sun glasses, we want to see your fabulous face.....), the Festival has assembled a group of true cinema greats for a program it calls DIALOGUES: Talking With Pictures. This is the rare opportunity for film buffs (comme moi) to hear from some of the most illustrious names of the past half century in film in an intimate setting. This is ...
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