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What will Nanni Moretti like?

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  What will Nanni Moretti like? This is the question everybody is asking. It seems like everyone knows how grumpy and bad-tempered this great Italian movie-maker is, and we are sure that his last decision will be a surprise. Nanni Moretti, the president of the Jury at 65th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, always confirms the rumors about his taste and character. Actually, he has already declared that he didn’t share at all, the enormous enthusiasm around “...

The Jury Un Certain Regard 2012

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Alongside the films in Competition, the Official Selection Un Certain Regard also welcomes its own Jury which will announce his awards during a ceremony on stage at the Debussy Theater, on Saturday, May,26.The Jury, presided over by British actor and director Tim Roth, is composed of five personalities of cinema. They will have to choose among the twenty films in Un Certain Regard Selection.   Tim Roth (actor and director), President of the Jury Leïla Bekhti (actress) Tonie Marshall...

Grossmann Returns to Cannes

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Thanks to kind invitation of the Slovenian Film Centre, Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival is once again heading for Cannes International Film Festival where our already traditional film and wine party will take place on the 17th of May at 17h at the South-East European Pavilion. We will merily great you with sweet sounds of our ferocious DJ program and even more merrily toast with you with excellent wines at our special wine tasting. We are looking forward to meeting our old friends an...

Yes we Cannes!

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As the hype starts to pick up momentum, the Urban Culturalist is primed to find the gems of Festival de Cannes 2012. Finishing off my breakfast of bloody mary's and egg and sausage sandwich, I wonder... Will I meet the great Wes Anderson, or get to shake the hand of the phenomenal Philip Kaufman and silver screen legend Norman Lloyd...? Will my business hero of all time, Sir Richard Branson, invite me to the Virgin Goes to Space Party? Probably not... but you never know. Anyone who has been will...

CANNES FILM SELECTION 'ONE FOR THE ROAD' TO PLAY PFF

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CANNES FILM SELECTION 'ONE FOR THE ROAD' TO PLAY PFF April 7, 2012 Phenom Film Fest 2012 Phenom Film Fest (PFF) will be screening the Stephen King short adaptation "ONE FOR THE ROAD", directed by Paul Ward and produced by cult horror director Tim Sullivan. A sequel to Stephen King's "SALEM'S LOT", the film, starring Reggie Bannister of PHANTASM fame, was accepted into this years CANNES FILM FESTIVAL. In addition, PFF will be screening Tim Sullivan's other festival h...

ÉCU at Cannes Film Festival

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The countdown has started, only five days to go until an event with one of the biggest media coverage in the world begins. The 2012 Cannes International Film Festival will commence May 16th, and conclude on May 27t. Our team from ÉCU will be there bringing our independent flavour, so be sure not to miss this prestigious annual event. The Cannes Film festival is an excellent opportunity for ÉCU to bring to light both our strong commitment towards quality cinema, our skilled filmmakers,...

2012 Queer Palm Jury selected for the Cannes Film Festival

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Queer Palm President Julie Gayet   The 2012 Queer Palm Jury was announced this week - which will bestow the LGBT Cannes Film Festival Queer Palm award on the best film with a gender, and LGBT perspective on May 27 in Cannes. The films are selected from the Official selection, Un Certain Regard, Semaine de la Critique, Quinzaine des Réalisateurs and ACID (selection of independents film-makers) -  about 100 films. Last year that prize was given to Oliver Herma...

27th Midnight Sun Film Festival celebrates screen gems

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The 27th Midnight Sun Film Festival (13.-17.6.2012) will be graced by the presence of two female actors who began their career in the 1950s: Finland's only Hollywood star Taina Elg, and Ingmar Bergman's protégé Harriet Andersson. Of directors, together with their productions, the American cult movie maker Alan Rudoph, Hungarian Béla Tarr, whose quite personal films never fail to cause a stir, two Swedish talents of a younger generation - Ruben Östlund and Axel Petersén - and the Portugues...

Tracey Moffatt A 12-Film Retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art May 4-13, 2012

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The Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53rd Street | www.moma.org Tracey Moffatt is highly regarded for her formal and stylistic experimentation in film, photography and video; her work draws on history of cinema, art and photography as well as popular culture and her own childhood memories and fantasies. Born in Brisbane, Australia, Tracey Moffatt first gained significant critical acclaim for her film work when the short film NIGHT CRIES was selected for official competion a...

Cannes Classics 2012 welcomes cannes legends

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                                                      Agnès Varda, Universal Pictures, Robert De Niro, John Boorman, Andrei Konchalovsky, Roman Polanski, the World Cinema Foundation, Jerry Lewis, Lawrence of Arabia, Claude Miller, Nastassja Kinski, Alfred Hitchcock, Keisuke Kinoshita, The Dance Cinematheque, Roberto...

Claude Miller’s last film will close the Festival de Cannes

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Eddy Brière © Les Films du 24 - UGC Distribution Thérèse Desqueyroux by Claude Miller, with Audrey Tautou in the title role, Gilles Lellouche and Anaïs Demoustier, will be screened at the closing ceremony of the 65th Festival de Cannes on 27 May in the Grand Théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals. Claude Miller’s final film is an adaptation of François Mauriac’s novel “Thérèse Desqueyroux”. On the 4th of April of this year, shortly after finishing t...

Tim Roth to be preside of the Un Certain Regard Jury

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English actor and director Tim Roth will be the president of the Un Certain Regard Jury, part of the Festival de Cannes Official Selection, for which twenty films will be announced at the same time as those for the Competition during the press conference on April, 19th. He is an English actor who began his career in television before moving on to cinema with The Hit directed by Stephen Frears, Tim Roth made his first appearances at Cannes with Reservoir Dogsand Pulp Fiction b...

Short films featured at the 65th Festival de Cannes

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Whereas the Official Selection for feature films will be presented on Thursday 19 April, the Official Selection for short films is being unveiled in an exclusive preview. The Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury, presided over by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, will reward the best films from the Short Film Competition and the Cinéfondation Selection. Short Films Competition   Competing for the 2012 Short Film Palme d'or, ten films have been selected from among the 4,500 films that were submitted...

Half Price Marché du Film registration through filmfestivals.com and Marché du Film offer reserved for festivals organizers

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      Filmfestivals.com and Marché du Film are happy to suggest this half price registration fee for Marché du film, an offer reserved to our festival friends WHO WOULD BE FIRST TIME VISITORS. DISCOVER THE MARCHE DU FILM IN A IDEAL SETTING Join Marché du Film 11 000 participants and maximize your opportunities to make new contacts and discoveries worldwide. The Marché badge allows you ...

JP Dardenne to head the Jury for the Cinéfondation and Short Films

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 © Christine Plenus   On 23rd May, the Festival de Cannes will welcome the jury for the Cinéfondation and short films, presided over this year by Jean-Pierre DARDENNE (Belgian director, scriptwriter and producer), who shared the honours of the Grand Prix with his brother Luc for The Kid with a Bike in 2011, after winning two Palmes d'Or, first in 1999 for Rosetta and then in 2005 for The Child, and the prize for best screenplay in 2008 for Lorna's Silence. The ...

This must be the place closed B-Est Fest with the awards ceremony

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THIS MUST BE THE PLACE, director Paolo Sorrentino’s first English language film (awarded the Jury Prize at Cannes 2008, for Il Divo), will be presented, in absolute premiere and exclusively in Romania, within the Bucharest International Film Festival Closing Gala, March 25, 2012. "Anchored" by Sean Penn’s unbelievable performance ("flawless…transcending the masklike qualities of eyeliner and lipstick with deadpan, childlike candor." - Variety), THIS MUST BE THE...

Your Marché du Film Badge at half price through filmfestivals.com and Marché du Film offer

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    Filmfestivals.com and Marché du Film are happy to suggest this half price registration fee for Marché du film, an offer reserved to our festival friends WHO WOULD BE FIRST TIME VISITORS. DISCOVER THE MARCHE DU FILM IN A IDEAL SETTING Join Marché du Film 11 000 participants and maximize your opportunities to make new contacts and discoveries worldwide. The Marché badge allows you to benefit from a network and tools tailored to meet your ...

Marché du Film Badge half price offer

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  Filmfestivals.com and Marché du Film are happy to suggest this half price registration fee for Marché du film, an offer reserved to our festival friends WHO WOULD BE FIRST TIME VISITORS. DISCOVER THE MARCHE DU FILM IN A IDEAL SETTING Join Marché du Film 11 000 participants and maximize your opportunities to make new contacts and discoveries worldwide. The Marché badge allows you to benefit from a network and tools tailored to mee...

MOONRISE KINGDOM by Wes Anderson to open Cannes may 16th

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  MOONRISE KINGDOM by Wes Anderson is the opening film of the 65th Festival de Cannes and in all the cinemas in France   MOONRISE KINGDOM, the new film by American Wes Anderson, will open the 65th Festival de Cannes on Wednesday, 16 May in the Grand théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals, with the Jury presided over by Italian filmmaker Nanni Moretti in attendance.   Produced by Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson for Focus Features a...

Marilyn Monroe, selected as the icon of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival

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On the occasion of its 65th anniversary, the Festival de Cannes pays tribute to Marilyn Monroe, selected as the icon of the 2012 Festival. Fifty years after her death, Marilyn is still a major figure in world cinema, an eternal icon, whose grace, mystery and power of seduction remain resolutely contemporary.  Each of her screen appearances sparks the imagination. The Festival poster captures Marilyn by surprise in an intimate moment where myth meets reality – a moving t...

Kornél Mundruczó President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film

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Sarajevo Film Festival has the pleasure of announcing that this year's President of the Jury for Competition Programme – Feature Film will be Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó. Mundruczó was born in 1975. He is one of Hungary's young, progressive directors, described by film critics as initiators of the New Wave in Hungarian, as well as in European film.  Mundruczó is rightly considered one of the most renowned European film authors, having made four feature-length and five...

European Children’s Film Association Awards

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ECFA AWARD 2012 In 2011 ECFA (European Children’s Film Association) launched the first edition of the ECFA Award, the election of the Best European Children’s Film of the year. Throughout  the year 9 different children’s film festivals (from Oulu to Pyrgos, from Bucharest to Gifonni) have hosted an ECFA Award jury, adding one title to ECFA’s shortlist. The 9 shortlisted films competed for the final ECFA Award: the Best European Children’s Film 2011.  More than...

WINNERS OF THE 27TH ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL (SBIFF 2012)

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WINNERS OF THE 27TH ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL (SBIFF 2012) With closing film of festival, the Lebanese hit film by actress/writer/director Nadine Labaki, WHERE DO WE GO NOW? (Arabic: وهلّأ لوين؟ w halla' la wayn‎, French: Et maintenant, on va ou?, 2011) which held its world premier during the 2011 Cannes Film Festival as part of 'Un Certain Regard'. It was the Lebanese 2011 Oscar submission this year. The film held its North American premier in Toronto at TIFF...

WINNERS OF THE 27TH ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL (SBIFF 2012)

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  WINNERS OF THE 27TH ANNUAL SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL (SBIFF 2012) With closing film of festival, the Lebanese hit film by actress/writer/director Nadine Labaki, WHERE DO WE GO NOW? (Arabic: وهلّأ لوين؟ w halla' la wayn‎, French: Et maintenant, on va ou?, 2011) which held its world premier during the 2011 Cannes Film Festival as part of 'Un Certain Regard'. It was the Lebanese 2011 Oscar submission this year. The film held its North American premier in Toronto at TIF...

Argentinean filmmakers from internationaly acclaimes "Las Acacias" visit Lithuania

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On the 4th of October Kaunas International Film Festival premiered the Argentinian film “Las Acacias” from the Cannes International Film Festival earlier this year. During the screenings of the film in Kaunas and Vilnius the festival audience had the opportunity to meet both the director Pablo Giorgelli and the editor Maria Astrauskas. The director Pablo Giorgelli debut film “Las Acacias”was awarded with the Camera D’or award at the Cannes Film Festival 2011 and selected as the ...
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