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Shakespeare's Coriolanus to open FEST

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British actor and now film director Ralph Fiennes opens Belgrade 39th International Film Festival FEST 2011. After the second premiere of Fiennes’ directorial debut of Shakespeare's adaptation of Coriolanus, Belgrade’s 50 000 people of Sava Centar Hall sighed frantic by the very fact that the film was all done in Belgrade. Fiennes here stars next to Brian Cox, Gerard Butler, James Nesbitt,  Vanessa Redgrave and couple of Serbian actors Dragan Micanovic and Slavko Stimac. The film, as I sa...

Belgrade Film Festival 2011

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    This year's Belgrade International Film Festival 2011 which runs from 25 February till 06 March will open with the film Coriolanus, the directorial debut of British actor Ralph Fiennes, starring the actor himself alongside Gerald Butler and Vanessa Redgrave. The film was shot last year in Belgrade.   Other films to be shown at the festival include: Darren Aronofski's Oscar nominated film Black Swan, Tom Hopper's Oscar nominated The King's Speech,...

Letters to Daniel Baldock

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                                    Here's just a tiny wee staccato interview with... Daniel Baldock, the Italian acting sensation who appeared in the blockbuster hit Letters to Juliet (2010) is about to take the acting world by storm and stars in the upcoming Italian production, Bloody Sin (2011). ...

Industry Mourns Connecticut Resident Lynn Redgrave

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  One of Connecticut's most illustrious residents, English-born actress Lynn Redgrave died in her Kent, Connecticut home last evening, surrounded by family members. She had been battling breast cancer for the past seven years, bravely documenting her journey in a photo essay published with her daughter and performing in a one-woman show last year about her health battles.   Redgrave , the youngest sibling of the Redgrave acting dynasty, was a double Oscar nominee over a caree...

Vanessa Redgrave and Bille August at Ischia Fest

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Actress Vanessa Redgrave and director Bille August announced their participation in the Social Cinema Forum of Ischia devoted to “human rights” that will be held from July 13th to 20th within the 6th Global Film & Music Fest of Ischia. The event, supported by the United Nations through UNRIC – the United Nations Regional Information Centre- will be officially presented during the upcoming Cannes Film Festival at Spazio Italia on May 22nd. Mrs Redgrave, who has always been in the forefront ...

Atonement : a film that stands out from the pack

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SYNOPSIS:In the English summer of 1935, 13-year-old fledgling writer Briony Tallis (Saoirse Ronan), irrevocably changes the course of several lives when she accuses her older sister Cecilia's (Keira Knightley) lover, Robbie (James McAvoy), a servant's son, of a crime he did not commit. The trauma follows them through World War II. Review by Andrew L. Urban:Ian McEwan's Booker-listed novel provides the kind of high value romantic drama as did The English Patient (which won the Booker). This comes...

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 ...

Screenwriters Discuss Their New Film At Lincoln Center

 Monday, June 11-------Acclaimed novelists and screenwriters Michael Cunningham and Susan Minot will appear at a special advanced screening of the film EVENING tomorrow evening at the Walter Reade Theater, the flagship of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The writers will join Film Society of Lincoln Center Associate Director of Programming Kent Jones onstage for the special preview screening and to discuss their screenwriting partnership. EVENING, which is based on Minot’s bestsellin...

Savannah Film Festival Awards winners

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The Savannah Film Festival presented the 2005 awards for student and professional competition films tonight at 7 p.m. at Trustees Theater, 216 E. Broughton St. The awards ceremony capped off the eight-day festival, which screened more than 50 films.Awards winners are as follows:HBO Films Producer Award: «Plagues and Pleasures» Producer, Christopher MetzlerBest Director: Doug Sadler, «Swimmers»Best Narrative Feature: «Swimmers» Director, Doug SadlerBest Documentary: « Plagues and Pleasu...

Savannah Film Festival honors Lumet and Falk

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Lumet and Falk among honorees at 2005 Savannah Film FestivalFestival, hosted by Savannah College of Art and Design, scheduled for Oct. 29-Nov. 5 in historic downtown Savannah, Ga.The eighth annual Savannah Film Festival, hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, has named legendary director Sidney Lumet and actor Peter Falk the recipients of the festival’s annual Lifetime Achievement Awards. Actress Natasha Richardson will also be honored during the weeklong festival.Lumet, known for a...
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