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Untold Scandal replaces 2046 as EIFF closing film

The 58th Edinburgh International Film Festival has announced a new Closing Night film for 2004 ­ the UK Premiere of Untold Scandal ­ E J-yong˜s magnificent South Korean remake of Dangerous Liaisons, replacing Wong Kar-Wai˜s 2046, which will not finish editing until the beginning of September. In addition to forfeiting its UK premiere at EIFF˜s Closing Night, 2046 is also unavailable to screen at Toronto, Vancouver and San Sebastian Film Festivals, and will now be released in the UK in Janua...

Documentary trailer

Filmfestivals Entertainment Group announces the delivery of the Half Hour show international version "Cannes I Do!". Ready june 30 in its International version.The program will bring to film fans a selection of Cannes 2004 best moments, red carpet, interviews and behind the scenes activities, including major talents such as Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, kevin Bacon, Andy Garcia, Sean Penn, Sean Bean, Neil Jordan, Asia Argento, Wolfgang Petersen, Eric Bana, Wong Kar Wai, Tony Leung, Zang Ziyi and man...

Breaking News Trailer

Screening out of competition, Johnnie To's Breaking News mixes hostage taking and media manipulation. When a TV station transmits the images of a humiliating defeat of a group of police officers as they fail to capture a gang of five criminals, the credibility of the forces of order begins to be seriously questioned. The gang later finds itself stuck in a building and Inspector Rebecca decides to turn the Special Forces assault into a TV show. To help out, a huge media "show" is put in place to ...

2046 is Here!

The 2046 press screening was delayed. The entire jury showed up for the premiere screening. And the Palme goes to....or, maybe not...The long anticipated cinematic masterpiece of Wong Kar Wai's 2046, delayed by the outbreak of SARS, and rumored to be among last year's films at Cannes did not live up to its expectations. Tension mounted with the delay of film arriving to Cannes and press screening, and then a grand premiere turnout.'2046'has three excellent cinematographers. The narrow corridors ...

Asia in the spotlights

The ninth day of this year's Festival (May 20) turned its eyes towards Asia. First up in competition was animated film Innocence from Japanese director Mamoru Oshii, the sequel to his Ghost in the Shell. Following on was the arrival on the red carpet of Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai and actors Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Gong Li and Zhang Ziyi for 2046. Three features from different countries were screened in the Un Certain Regard section: Poids Léger, a drama from French director Jean-Piere Améris...

Celestial's Shaw Brothers gets distrib in Spain

CELESTIAL’S SHAW BROTHERS MARTIAL ARTS MOVIES TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY MANGA FILMS IN SPAIN The Spanish film industry is viewed by many these days as the critical link between Europe, the US and Latin America cinema. In recent years, a wave of young, Spanish directorial talents have surfaced, such as Pedro Almodovar, Alejandro Amenabar, Fernando Leon de Aranoa and Cesc Gay. Between them, they have helped to gradually develop Spain as a film-making powerhouse. Similarly, when the Hong Kong film ind...