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Awards to the 38th Deauville

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AWARDS  President of the Feature Films Jury of the 38th edition of the Deauville American Film Festival, Sandrine Bonnaire, and jury members Sami Bouajila, Clotilde Courau, Philippe Decouflé, Anaïs Demoustier, Christophe Honoré, Joann Sfar, Florent-Emilio Siri and Alice Taglioni, has given the following awards: GRAND PRIZELES BÊTES DU SUD SAUVAGE (Beasts of the Southern Wild) de/by Benh ZEITLINDistribution France: ARP - Sortie le 12 décembreJURY PRIZEUNA NOCHE de/by Lucy MULLOYVentes à ...

2009 CMJ Film Festival Closing Night Premiere of THE MESSENGER in Theatres Now

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By Maria Esteves - November 27, 2009 The 29th CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival 2009  (CMJFF09) Closing Night Premiere of THE MESSENGER, written and directed by Oren Moverman, was held at the Chelsea Clearview Cinema, New York, Friday, October 23, 7:30 pm. A special Q&A session with director Moverman and actor Woody Harrelson immediately followed. THE MESSENGER , winner of 2009 Berlin Film Festival for Best Screenplay, and Best Peace Film awards, 2009 Deauville American Film Festiv...

Oh say can you see by the Normandy light?

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While somewhat of a departure from the glamorous star-studded fest of yesteryear, the 2005 Deauville Film Festival brought a series of independent films to the Normandy coast in celebration of American cinema. Religion, the banality of daily life and hardship in the ghetto were among the more popular subjects explored by the directors who came to sunny Deauville to present their labors of love. Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown, Paul Haggis' Crash and Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride were among the m...
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