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Interview with Producer Steve Lee Jones for “Bigger” (2018) at 71st Cannes Film Festival

Producer | Writer | Director Steve Lee Jones’ latest film “Bigger” (2018) held market screenings at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. “Bigger” tells the story of brothers Joe and Ben Weider, founders of the modern fitness and work out gym phenomena. In this rags to riches story, with just a few dollars in their pocket and a fight against anti-Semitism and racism, the Weider brothers set out to revolutionize the world of physical fitness and build an empire.   …

Interview with Filmmaker Ben Zolno for “Status Pending” (2018)

Director/writer Ben Zolno’s breakthrough film ‘Status Pending’ (2018) is a roller coaster love story between American, Ryan, and Kiwi, Lizzie, living in New Zealand. They met on Tinder and exist posting their personal lives on social media, as most millenials do. At first, their hook up is a lot of fun, until it’s time to either move forward or move on. Starring Ben Zolno and actress Ivana Palezevic, the film is currently traveling international film festivals, including most …

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Jurassic World-A Fallen Kingdom: Tyrannosaurus, Baryonyx, Indoraptor, Pterosaurs Carnotaurus, Mosaurus, Thesaurus and some human

Jurassic World-A Fallen Kingdom: Tyrannosaurus, Baryonyx, Indoraptor, Pterosaurs Carnotaurus, Mosaurus, Thesaurus and some humans You’ve got to give it to them. Since the film is about dinosaurs, they filled the screen with myriad variations on the thematic anima/bird. Problem is, they all do almost the same thing, except with the handler, and that too when he pretends to be sad. The ‘same thing’ is making ferocious calls, and then getting into the seek-and-destroy anything …

Stars sparkle for World Environment Day in Mumbai

Aditi Govitrikar and Asif Bhamla Stars sparkle for World Environment Day in Mumbai Sparkles Diamond Jewellery joined hands with Bhamla Foundation to observe World Environment Day on June 05. Present on the occasion were actors Tanisha Mukerji, Sidhhant Kapoor (son of Shakti Kapoor), Aditi Govitrikar, singer composer Armaan Malik and playback singer Shaan (real-name Shantanu Mukherjee). Shaan and Tanisha Sparkles Diamond Jewellery is a brand of Poddar Diamonds Limited and Asif Bhamla is a p…

CommunicAsia 2018, 01: Intro

CommunicAsia 2018, 01: Intro CommunicAsia is back at the Marina Bay Sands and SunTec City, in Singapore. The dates for this edition are June 26, 27, 28. Free shuttle bus services will ply through the day, connecting the two venues. Inspired by the radical changes in the ICT industry, the refreshed CommunicAsia continues to be Asia’s most established and relevant event for industry professionals in the telecommunications sector. It brings together thought-leaders, decision makers, and i…

Dad’s Girl-friend, Play review: Giggles, chuckles and a tear for your tissue

Dad’s Girl-friend, Play review: Giggles, chuckles and a tear for your tissue It’s not as shocking as it seems. Dad’s a widower. He is an acclaimed novelist and the girl- friend is someone who begins as a protégée and ends up being her mentor’s soul-mate. The feelings are completely mutual, but how do they convince author’s daughter and son-in-law about their plans, and how can you choose between your daughter and your girl-friend, who, incidentally,…

फेmous, Review: Nothing famous infamous

फेmous, Review: Nothing famous infamous Some fellow critics, when emerging from the screening of a film that tests your patience and insults your intelligence, often mutter quite audibly, “Why do they make such films?” The context, quite obviously, is not existentialist, as codified by Jean Paul Sartre and other European scholars in the 1930s and 40s. Rather, it is angst that is vented out at being taken for a royal ride. A few of those who have seen such films do not review t…

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Jeff Bridges presents his film at Bozeman Film Celebration

Jeff Bridges and Susan Kucera will do a Q and A after the film presentation June 8, 8pm at Emerson’s Crawford Theatre, Bozeman Montana tickets here: http://bozemanfilmcelebration.com/…/living-in-features-past/ Bozeman Film Celebration is at the forefront in building bridges of understanding between diverse points of view and is in the vanguard in restoring media literacy among our youth. The vision behind BZN is to highlight movies that make a positive impact on audie…

The Israel Film Festival in LA honors Netflix’s Larry Tanz, Star Wars: The Last Jedi producer Ram Bergman and Stanley Black

The Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles, the largest showcase of Israeli films in the U.S., is launching its 32nd edition by hosting a Sponsor Luncheon celebrating Israel’s 70th anniversary and honoring Netflix’s Larry Tanz, Star Wars: The Last Jedi producer Ram Bergman and philanthropist Stanley Black, it was announced by Festival Founder and Executive Director Meir Fenigstein. Tanz, Vice President, Global Television at Netflix, has been named the 2018 IFF Achievement …

Extended Deadline for NYC 2 Paris Film Fest: June 20th!

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The Extended Deadline to submit your film to the NYC 2 Paris Film Festival is June 20th, 2018!  NYC 2 Paris International Film Festival honors the Best in Category which includes Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short Documentary, Best Short Narrative, Best Super Short, Best Music Video, as well as Best Director.  The NYC 2 Paris International Film Festival provides a showcase for the best in independent cinema, including short films, feature films and music vi…

2018 Consensus New York Photo Coverage

By Maria Esteves The 2018 Consensus New York (4th Annual Blockchain Technology Summit) presented by CoinDesk was held at the Hilton Midtown, May 14-16, 2018. The Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) and Cryptocurrency annual global conference included the launch of the first decentralized open source Bitcoin Blockchain Smart Contract platform by RSK, Security Token Standard 2.0 by Polymath, hardware wallet Ledger Blue by Ledger, workshops, panel discussions, exhibitors show, special presentations a…

Consensus 2018 New York Coverage

By Maria Esteves The 2018 Consensus New York (4th Annual Blockchain Technology Summit) presented by CoinDesk was held at the New York Hilton Midtown, May 14-16. The International Blockchain as a Service and Cryptocurrency annual conference featured keynote presentations, panel discussions by global leaders in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency space, special presentations, workshops, exhibitor hall and network receptions. This year’s successful record breaking attendees of over 8,000 fr…

Interview with Two Among the Righteous Few Author Marty Brounstein

By Maria Esteves – May 28, 2018 Marty A. Brounstein (MAB) is an author, consulting business manager and adjunct faculty member of the MBA Program at St. Mary’s College, CA. In 1993, his Practical Solutions Group provided leadership and organizational effectiveness to clients, from executives to managers and staff members in profit and non-profit sectors. His books included Coaching and Mentoring For Dummies, Communicating Effectively For Dummies, and Managing Teams For Dummies…

Interview with Producer Steve Lee Jones for “Bigger” (2018) at 71st Cannes Film Festival

Producer | Writer | Director Steve Lee Jones’ latest film “Bigger” (2018) held market screenings at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. “Bigger” tells the story of brothers Joe and Ben Weider, founders of the modern fitness and work out gym phenomena. In this rags to riches story, with just a few dollars in their pocket and a fight against anti-Semitism and racism, the Weider brothers set out to revolutionize the world of physical fitness and build an empire.   …

See-Saw Films name Nicky Earnshaw as Head of Production

See-Saw Films’ joint Managing Directors Iain Canning and Emile Sherman today announced the appointment of Nicky Earnshaw as Head of Production for their UK film and television divisions. Effective July 9, Earnshaw will be responsible for the production and day to day operations of See-Saw’s expanding film and TV slate developed and produced out of the UK office.  In addition, she will oversee productions greenlit through the recently announced first look deal with New Regency,…

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CLIPPED Music Video Festival 2018 happened Saturday June 2nd

CLIPPED Music Video Festival 2018 happened Saturday June 2nd and was an overwhelming success. Run in conjunction with Vivid Ideas, over 400 attendees passed through the Carriageworks doors to experience the exhibitions, panel discussions, premieres and awards throughout the day. The panels boasted immense talent including Jesse Kanda (UK – Bjork, FKA Tiwgs, Arca), Nash Edgerton (Gringo, Bob Dylan, Brandon Flowers), Sarah Blasko, Mclean Stephenson, Eero Heinonen (Finland), and industry experts i…

2018 Short Film Fund Winner announced

We are happy to announce that NORA KIRKPATRICK & DENNIS MCNICHOLAS have won this year’s Short Film Fund with their winning short BEST SELLER. They will be been awarded with a $10,000 Grant to make their short film. …

18th Nippon Connection Film Festival Award Winners

Awards go to documentaries and a tragicomedy with this year’s Nippon Honor Award recipient Shinobu TERAJIMA as the leading actress   After six days with more than 100 short and feature length films, the 18th Japanese Film Festival Nippon Connection in Frankfurt am Main ended on June 3. Numerous film screenings, concerts, performances, and workshops were quickly sold out. Over 120 directors, actors, producers, and artists from Japan came to Frankfurt in order to present their works…

Here are the Award Winners of the 9th Annual NYC Independent Film Festival

Congratulations to the winners, nominees, and all the participants of the NYC Independent Film Festival this year!      …

EIGHTH GRADE wins MUBI Audience Favourite Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival: London

Amy Adrion awarded the Picturehouse #WhatNext Prize for Half the Picture    Bo Burnham (director of Eighth Grade) and Amy Adrion (director of Half The Picture)     Picturehouse Central, 3 June 2018 — Sundance Institute and Picturehouse announced tonight that the 2018 Sundance Film Festival: London’s Audience Favourite award, sponsored by MUBI, was presented to Eighth Grade directed by Bo Burnham.  Director Amy Adrion was awarded a special…

Seattle ShortsFest Jury Award winners,

The 2018 Seattle International Film Festival is proud to announce this year’s ShortsFest Jury Award winners, with three women filmmakers ta…

Living in the Furure’s Past wins two Accolade Global Film Competition Awards!

Season: May 2018 Susan Kucera (USA), Living in the Future’s Past Award of Excellence Special Mention: Documentary Feature Award of Excellence Special Mention: Nature / Environment / Wildlife     http://accoladecompetition.org/ The Accolade Global Film Competition is unique in the industry.  Attracting both powerhouse companies as well as talented new filmmakers it is an exceptional, truly international awards competition, not a traditional film festival …

 

Winners of the 58th Krakow Film Festival

 The winners of the 58th Krakow Film Festival were announced. The international jury awarded the best documentary, short and animated films, which during the whole festival week were trying to woo the experts and the audience in 7 cinemas in Krakow.   The outright winner of this year’s edition of the Krakow Film Festival is an acclaimed film “Over the Limit”, directed by Marta Prus. The film received the Silver Horn for the best feature film in the International…

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The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA), returns Down Under in 2018 for its 9th year. Taking place in Sydney (9-18 Aug), Brisbane (15-16 Aug), Melbourne (6-13 Sept) and Canberra (21-23), the Festival brings Korea’s hottest new films to audiences Down Under. Presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, KOFFIA showcases the wonder of Korean culture through film.  From big budget Blockbusters, gripping indie flicks, rom-coms, pop culture musings and more, the Festival prese…

The 3rd Malaysia International Film Festival (MIFFest) and Malaysia Golden Global Awards 2019 are back!

  Malaysia International Film Festival (MIFFest) and Malaysia Golden Global Awards (MGGA) are returning for the 3rd consecutive year! This year, MIFFest and MGGA have chosen ‘Humanity’ as the main theme and key message for the …

Illuminate Film Festival It’s a Wrap breaking records

  ILLUMINATE is the world’s premier film festival for conscious cinema. Films for all of us. To bring out the best in us.   Michael Franti’s STAY HUMAN&…

TIFF 2018: Teens Meet Cinema

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  Special Project of 31st Tokyo International Film Festival Youth Section The Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF), in collaboration with Children Meet Cinema, whi…

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Film Fest Gent celebrates 50th anniversary of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ with film music concert

In 2018, Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking masterpiece ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ is exactly fifty years old and that is worth celebrating. On 18 October, Film Fest Gent will be organising a concert, under the title ‘2001 and Beyond: A Symphonic Odyssey’ with a wide variety of scores from films taking place in space on the programme. The concert explores the musical richness of different generations of composers who gave their own sound to traveling through the universe. The…

Netherlands Film Production Incentive invests € 4.7 million in 13 new productions

In the second round of 2018, 13 film projects have been granted a t…

Jeff Goldblum joins Michael Sheen and Michelle Monaghan in the dramedy PRICE OF ADMISSION

Jeff Goldblum joins Michael Sheen and Michelle Monaghan in the dramedy PRICE OF ADMISSION for producers Neda Armian and Alex Foster. Radiant is handling foreign rights. Academy Award Nominee Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Isle of Dogs, Thor: Ragnarok) is joining Golden Globe nominees Michael Sheen (Nocturnal Animals, Passengers, Showtime’s “Masters of Sex”) and Michelle Monaghan (Mission: Impossible Fallout, HBO’s “True Detective”, Hulu’s&…

FROM ON HIGH wins the SOLIDARITY PRIZE at Festival Pasinetti in Venice!

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“From On High” was awarded the PREMIO SOLIDARIETA’, Vetrina del Volontariato (Solidarity Prize) at the 15th annual Festival Pasinetti in Venice, Italy on June 2nd, 2018. The film deals with a Syrian refugee girl who finds a better life in Europe. Filmed on location in Catalunya by Imatge Barcelona’s Pol Carrizo Vilarroig, the piece marks the professional acting debut of 11-year-olds Zoe Pinell Lopez and Esteve Serra Coll. GC Johnson of Acoustic Labs, a 2016 Peer Raben Music Aw…

Dad’s Girl-friend, Play review: Giggles, chuckles and a tear for your tissue

Dad’s Girl-friend, Play review: Giggles, chuckles and a tear for your tissue It’s not as shocking as it seems. Dad’s a widower. He is an acclaimed novelist and the girl- friend is someone who begins as a protégée and ends up being her mentor’s soul-mate. The feelings are completely mutual, but how do they convince author’s daughter and son-in-law about their plans, and how can you choose between your daughter and your girl-friend, who, incidentally,…

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Thailand Short Film Competition


DEADLINE – 15th June – Midnight Bangkok time

Make a short film exploring  “Thailand through the eyes of foreigner (Way of Life/Culture/Tourism)”. We are looking for a fresh approach, using imagination, dramatic technique, and creative vision. You will have to find locations, actors, and use your talent to show your perspective on Thailand within the context of the region you have chosen. The character of your region may be found in unique geographical features, the culture, the people, the food, or the local products.The winning team will receive 300,000 Thai Baht, and there are eight runner up prizes of 30,000 Baht each. The Thailand Film Office will provide…

One return air ticket to Thailand for every film-maker.
Total of four nights accommodation in Bangkok to cover the start and end of your trip.
One van with driver for your time while not in Bangkok
30,000 Thai Baht for expenses during your mission.
One local assistant, who will travel with you and support you with translation.
Travel insurance.
Mission briefing in Bangkok.

 

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Palm Springs Intl. Animation Festival & Expo
August 22 – 26, 2018 

 

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May 16, 2018 Earlybird Deadline

PSIAF 2018 Palm Springs Intl. Animation Festival & Expo is a global competition in animation and exhibition of the worlds most talented artists in the world. Each year there are awards going to 37 categories including Best Animated Feature and Best Animated Short in over 20 different styles of animation from 2D, 3D, Hand Drawin, Painted, Watercolor, Sand, Paper, Experimental, Stop-Motions, VFX, and more.
The festival is expected to screen over 250+ award wining short and 5 feature-length animated films from over 103 countries including Oscar® Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences , Emmy® and Grammy® wining artists from around the world. The festival and expo also includes VR experiences, live animation demonstrations, character and model sculptors, animation panel discussions, seminars, and educational programming will be held in conjunction with an international poster contest.

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In 2018, the 5th edition of WoFF aspires to bring more audiences, filmmakers and industry professionals together, creating a platform to exchange ideas, showcase their work and most importantly talk on film and new trends in the industry, women filmmakers of today and independent film production in Europe, the US and beyond. Our focus remains on independent cinema from all around the globe, by showcasing the work of first feature filmmakers, women directors and eastern European cinema in our three main sections, First Features, The Female Perspective & Focus on Balkan Cinema, respectively.

Films can be exclusively submitted via Film Freeway by clicking on the link below.

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Filmfestivals com has an eye for SciFi: check our fantastic selection

Films we curate for festivals Check our selection of ‘Best for Fests’ in the SciFi genre!   “Ones to Watch for fests’ by filmfestivals.com“…

Secrets of Outer Space: Into the Great Beyond, a short film festival dedicated to exploring outer space

A Festival Contemplates the Beyond   The historic Gene Frankel Theatre (24 Bond Street Art Center), one of only a few surviving vest-pocket theaters left in Manhattan, is hosting Secrets of Outer Space: Into the Great Beyond, a short film festival fully dedicated to exploring outer space, space travel, time travel, extra-terrestrial life, and alternative dimensions.  Ten films, each between 5 and 10 minutes long, will be selected among narrative, music video, documentary, and exper…

 

Epic Pictures launches 5th Passenger in Theaters & On Demand July 10th, 2018

    On July 10th, 2018, Epic Pictures will release the sci-fi thriller, 5th Passenger, produced by Scott Baker, Morgan Lariah, Mike Phillips and directed by Scott Baker. The film stars Doug Jones (The Shape of Water, Star Trek: Discovery, Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, Hellboy 2) Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Generations), Armin Shimerman (…

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Filmfestivals com has an eye for Eco, Transition, Green and Conservationism cinema: check our fantastic selection

Films we curate for festivals: Check our selection of ‘Best for Fests’ in the eco green genre!   “Ones to Watch for fests’ by filmfestivals.com“…

35th Autrans International Mountain Film Festival – France – Calling for entries

35th Autrans International Mountain Film Festival – France 5 – 9 December 2018 Call for entries! All films taking place in mountains or dealing with this natural environment: expeditions, mountaineering, portraits and ethnological films, ecology, sciences and arts. A professional jury for 5 awards (financial or technical prizes) for documentary competition. Audience awards for best documentary film. Others jurys according to partnerships and dedicated prizes. A special comp…
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ANIMATION CALLING

Michel Ocelot, Mark Osborne and many more to attend Annecy

    They’re coming to Annecy!     Once again, the Festival is welcoming big names to Annecy: directors, producers and actors are all coming to have their voices heard.​     Personalities This year’s Festival include the following, in “order of appearance”: Michel Ocelot, for the screening event of Dilili in Paris with the young actress XXX who performed the voice of Dilili (Monday, 8:30 pm, Bonlieu Grande salle – invitation o…

Simple Animation, the first cloud-based virtual studio focused animation and VFX studios will be revealed at Annecy.

SIMPLE ANIMATION WILL BE UNVEILED AT MIFA 2018 ANNECY     MIFA 2018 is coming up this year as one of the biggest edition ever and SummuS Render will unveil the first release of Simple Animation, the first cloud-based virtual studio focused animation and VFX studios. Along these four days,  all who visit our booth 2.011 (New Technologies Area), will be able to attend live demo sessions where we will showcase the full potential of our cloud-…

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Films we curate for festivals Check our selection of ‘Best for Fests’ in the Horror SciFi genre!   “Ones to Watch for fests’ by filmfestivals.com“…

Spotlight on Swiss fantasy at the NIFFF !

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This year, A Slice of Fright is launching a horror festival for shorts. It’s in Bay City, MI on October 13th

  A Slice of Fright is a horror anthology series produced by film collective CinemaSlice, a group of indie filmmakers who are joined in their love of making, watching, and sharing independent cinema.  The collective is scouring US to find the creepiest, most twisted and terrifying short films out there!   This year, A Slice of Fright is launching a festival. It’s in Bay City, MI on October 13th and will feature the top four short film submissions followed by the world p…

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Filmfestivals com has an eye for Docs: check our selection

Films we curate for festivals Check our selection of ‘Best for Fests’ documentaries.  “Ones to Watch for fests’ by filmfestivals.com“.  LIVING IN THE FUTURES PAST by Susan Kucera, produced and presented by Jeff Bridges. USA

Young European Film-makers Ready to Get Off to a Flying Start

  EFP FUTURE FRAMES presents ten exceptional young directors at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2018 THE LEGIONNAIRE by Hleb Papou (Italy) ­ Istituto Luce Cinecittà  Putting outstanding young directing talents from Europe in the spotlight, EFP FUTURE FRAMES presents ten film students and graduates and their award-winning work at the 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) in the Czech Republic (June 29 – Ju…

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TAIPEI by Jason Lester Romance under influence – USA, first feature film 96 minutes

“Think Romeo and Juliet meets Trainspotting” – Filmfestivals.com Bruno Chatelin

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Taipei is an adaptation of Tao Lin’s critically-acclaimed, cult favorite novel of the same name.

Two young New York writers fall in and out of love amidst a whirlwind of drugs, parties, technology, and travel. As one relationship collapses, another blooms for Erin, swept into the world of Paul Chen, a mysterious, charismatic author. When he proposes documenting every aspect of their new romance in an epic laptop-filmed “documentary”, the couple enter into a performative bad romance, fueled by substances and sleepless nights. Tracking the pair through a shotgun Niagara Falls wedding, an LSD trip in a New Jersey mansion, and to Taiwan, the country of Paul’s birth where the couple comes to confront their individual alienation, Taipei is a visually stunning, extremely contemporary portrayal of what it means to be young, alive, and in love in a digital world.

Taipei wins at The Mexico International Film Festival

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Taipei won 2018 Bronze Palm Award at The Mexico International Film Festival   The Mexico International Film Festival and Awards has become an important awards event within the film industry and a centerpiece for promoting and growing the thriving arts and culture community of Mexico. Founded on the premise that the language of film is universal and a dynamic force in bridging cultural understanding, the event celebrates and recognizes the very best of international inde…

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Cut Off’ by Jowan Carbin

Struggling with his new life in New Orleans, Clive follows Trevor, a former professor to his country home on the bayou in Cut Off, LA to gain a new perspective.  While Trevor helps Clive deal with his demons, Clive is sucked into a mission to kill.

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LIVING AMONG US by Brian Metcalf  – Vampire Found Footage Thriller Ocober 2017 80 minutes

A family of Vampires hire some filmmakers to bring their story to the world with devastating results.  STARRING: John Heard (Home Alone), Esmé Bianco (Game of Thrones), Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie), William Sadler (Iron Man 3), Andrew Keegan (10 Things I Hate About You).

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LIVING IN THE FUTURES PAST by Susan Kucera, A documentary presented by Jeff Bridges.
USA October 2017 – 83 minutes

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DEAD ON ARRIVAL D.O.A. by Stephen Sepher – Thriller  – USA  – June  2017 –  96 minutes

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Emmy nominated Billy Flynn stars in an ensemble cast as Sam Collins, a pharmaceutical sales rep who visits a small town in Louisiana to close the business deal of a lifetime. He finds himself in a dark world of sex, corruption and murder as he is poisoned with no antidote to save his life. Desperate for answers, with less than 24 hours to live, Sam turns to a local girl Jesse. Their path leads to a voodoo priestess who only confirms Sam’s doomed fate. On the run, caught in a deadly vertigo with no one to trust, Sam and Jesse find themselves running from police detectives, the Mob and a dirty sheriff who wants him dead.

Inspired by the 1950 classic noir thriller D.O.A.

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Revolution by Rob Stewart 
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over 40 festival wins so far

Eco Documentary feature film by Rob Stewart April 2015, 82 minutes (Sharkwater)
Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed SHARKWATER (36 festival wins) documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he’ll discover that it’s not only sharks that are in grave danger — it’s humanity itself.

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Vivre (Ikiru) d’Akira Kurosawa (1952, Japon)

      Vivre est un film magnifique, le préféré de Kurosawa, dans la veine du néoréalisme des années d’après-guerre. Un vieux fonctionnaire, Kenji Watanabe (Takashi Shimura) vient consulter un médecin sur ses maux d’estomac. Dans la salle d’attente, il rencontre un autre patient qui lui décrit les symptômes du cancer de l’estomac et les réactions des médecins qui, dans ce…

Ray de Taylor Hackford (2004, USA)

Je ne vais pas présenter l’ensemble du film sur le célèbre jazzman Ray Charles, film qui a valu à l’acteur principal, Jamie Foxx, un oscar. Il faut dire que son interprétation était très convaincante. Mais une séquence m’a particulièrement touché (à 1h 06’), comme il arrive parfois lorsqu’on regarde un film, et je dois préciser qu’il s’agit d’une interpr&e…

La Tempête qui tue (The Mortal Storme) de Frank Borzage (1940, USA)

  Frank Borzage (1894-1962) est un cinéaste qu’on a parfois qualifié de romantique et de spiritualiste. Avec The Mortal Storme, il signe un film qui montre la montée du nazisme dans une petite ville universitaire du sud de l’Allemagne, sans autre précision, à la frontière de l’Autriche. C’est un des films les plus antinazis avant l’entrée en guerre des États-Unis. Il adapte le roman de Phyllis Bottome d…

La beauté au cinéma (conférence)

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Cette conférence a été donnée à l’abbaye cistercienne sur l’île Saint-Honorat, Lérins, dans la baie de Cannes, pendant le Festival de Cannes 2018 dans le cadre du Festival sacré de la beauté. Il s’agissait de mettre en relief la dimension de la beauté au cinéma, en posant quelques questions-clés, et en illustrant le propos par des extraits de films. Il s’agissait aussi à mettre en valeur la …

Le Sacrifice (Offret) d’Andrei Tarkovski (Suède, 1986)

C’est peu après le festival de Cannes de 1983, que Tarkovski, venu présenter Nostalghia, signe avec Anna-Lena Wibom (directrice à l’époque de la Cinémathèque de Stockholm) un contrat sur un film qui devait s’intituler : La Sorcière. Il en changera rapidement le titre pour : Le Sacrifice. Comme le dira Larissa Tarkovski, son épouse, le scénario final est issu de la fusion de deux scénarios origina…

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La SODEC et DOC CIRCUIT MONTRÉAL collaborent pour créer le SODEC_LAB Coproduction documentaire

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    Les six producteurs participants sont annoncés       Montréal, le jeudi 7 juin 2018 – Initiative de la Société de développement des entreprises culturelles (SODEC), en partenariat avec Doc Circuit Montréal, le SODEC_LAB Coproduction documentaire permettra à six producteurs et productrices du Québec de participer au marché international du documentaire Sunny Side of the Doc de La Rochelle du 25 au 28…

La programmation du Festival International de Cinéma de Marseille 10-16 Juillet 2018

    Voici l’ensemble de la programmation du Festival International de Cinéma de Marseille (10-16 juillet 2018),  Plus de 150 films seront projetés, 37 pays seront représentés lors de cette 29ème édition. http://fidmarseille.org/pdf/DossierPresseFID2018.pdf LA SELECTION OFFICIELLE COMPETITIONS INTERNATIONALE, FRANCAISE, PREMIER FILM, GNCR LES TEMPS FORTS ELLE, ISABELLE HUPPERT, invitée d’honneur Rétr…

En juin aux Escales Documentaires

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En ce mois de juin, la Croisière continue avec au programme : – Mardi 5 juin à 19h45 au Lycée Dautet : projection du Prix des Jeunes 2017 : Chaque mur est une porte de Elitza Gueorguieva Séance organisée en partenariat avec le Lycée Dautet et dans le cadre de la sélection du Prix des Jeunes par le Lycée Echange à l’issue du film en présence de membres du Jury du Prix des Jeunes 2017 Visionner la bande
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