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Rotterdam Closing Night Film: The Hunter trailer

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The International Film Festival Rotterdam closes its 41st edition on Saturday February 4 with a screening of The Hunter. The Hunter is a powerful psycholigical drama that tells the story of Martin (Willem Dafoe) a mercenary sent from Europe by a mysterious bio-tech company to the Tasmanian wilderness on a hunt for the last Tasmanian tiger. Next to Willem Dafoe (Spiderman, The English Patient, Platoon), The Hunter stars Frances O’Connor (Blessed, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Mansfield Park) ...

FFR opens with 38 Témoins and closes with The Hunter

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Wednesday January 25, the world premiere of Lucas Belvaux’s 38 Témoins (38 Witnesses, France), starring Yvan Attal, Sophie Quinton and Nicole Garcia, opens the 41st edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam; the festival closes on February 4 with the screening of Daniel Nettheim’s The Hunter (Australia) – a former CineMart project - starring Willem Dafoe, Frances O’Connor and Sam Neill. Opening Night Film for invited guest: 38 Témoins In 38 Témoins, Louis...

Our hunt is just about over for the Australian premiere of 'The Hunter'.

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  Our hunt is just about over for the Australian premiere of 'The Hunter'.: Eva Rinaldi Photography Sydney might not be home to the Tasmanian Tiger, but it's hard to argue with the choice of Dendy Opera Quays being the venue for tonight's Aussie premiere. Willem Dafoe was most generous in his time with Australian press. Defoe portrays a mercenary on the trail of the now extinct Tasmanian Tiger. "It's true," Dafoe concedes in his ins...

The Antichrist Preview: More than a Smattering of Blood

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 Brian Johnson of Macleans.ca blog said it best that "This is not your daddy's chain-saw massacre."  Walking into The Antichrist, Danish bad-boy Lars Von Trier's latest shocker for Cannes audiences, no one expects a fairy-tale.  What you get however pushes the limits of gruesomely disturbing. [warning: spoiler alert. bigger warning: really gruesome  and pardon me but fucked-up movie] The film tells the story of an unnamed couple- played by Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbour...

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Masterclass William Dafoe (11/22/2008)

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MASTERCLASS WILLEM DAFOE On Saturday the 22nd of November in the John Cassavetes Theatre, the Thessaloniki Festival Director, Despina Mouzaki, awarded Willem Dafoe with an honorary plaque for his contribution to the film world. The renowned American actor thanked the Festival for this honour and then proceeded with his Masterclass on acting, in the presence of Mrs Mouzaki, Festival President Georges Corraface, the Internationa...

Willem Dafoe Masterclass from Thessaloniki

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On Saturday the 22nd of November in the John Cassavetes Theatre, the Thessaloniki Festival Director, Despina Mouzaki, awarded Willem Dafoe with an honorary plaque for his contribution to the film world. The renowned American actor thanked the Festival for this honour and then proceeded with his Masterclass on acting, in the presence of Mrs Mouzaki, Festival President Georges Corraface, the International Jury and a huge audience. Dafoe discussed his numerous collaborations with significant direct...

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Willem Dafoe honored at San Sebastian

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Willem Dafoe honored with Donostioa Prize at 53th San Sebastian Festival.With a face of sharply cut angles and restless eyes, this peculiar actor could well have found himself typecast in villainous roles like the one he played in David Lynch’s Wild at Heart. But he has in fact achieved enormous popularity for characters having nothing in common with this stereotype, such as Sergeant Elias in Oliver Stone’s Platoon, Paul Schrader’s sleepy New York night-time dealer in Light Sleeper or Jesu...
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