“The Theory of Everything,” by British director, producer, James Marsh, known for Man on Wire (2008), Project Nim (2011) and Shadow Dancer (2012), had it’s World Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September, 2014, and will premiere in New York City, tomorrow night.
Opening scene: Modern day, Stephen Hawking, born January 8, 1942, is driving his motorized wheelchair in circles on an oriental rug in a collegiate room.
The film depicts a college aged Stephen...
By Liza Foreman
KYOTO - The first Kyoto International Film and Art Festival (October 16-19, 2014) came to a close on Sunday, with an awards ceremony in Gion with its cobbled lanes and Geisha.
The festival celebrated Kyoto both as the birth place of Japanese cinema and for the refined craftsmanship the former capital is known for.
The main award, one of several here, was presented by Japanese talent on stage during the ceremony.
Pseudonym has its world premiere in Tubingen in Horizons Section (October 29, November5, 2014) Then followed by a selection in Fantasporto one of the oldest genre film festival in Europe (Early March
Face à face est la devise du 31ème Festival International du Film Francophone de Tübingen | Stuttgart.
Von Angesicht zu Angesicht: Le plus grand (et le plus beau!!!) festival cinématographique francophone d’Allemagne est un lieu pour des rencontres uniqu...
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World Premier of a Brave New Magyar Comedy "NO MAN'S ISLAND" IS A WINNER
by Alex Deleon <filmfestivals.com>
The peak of the week was reached early on Wednesday, day number 3, with the World Premiere of a brand new Hungarian film entitled SENKI SZIGETE, in English "No Man's Island". There are other very recent Films on view this week but all have already been in commercial circulation whereas this film is the only...
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The Queen of England Stole my Parents
Milda is a seven-year-old girl who was left by her emigrated parents several years ago. She is raised by her aunt Angele and lives in her small fantasy world, believing that one day her mother and father will come back, and waiting to get a postcard from them every once in a while.
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By Liza Foreman
Kyoto International Film and Art Festival Launches with Maiko Dancing
In the midst of the high season with its beautiful autumn colors, the Kyoto International Film and Art Festival launched Thursday, scheduling 48 new and classic films as part of a program which includes art events and performances from music to dancing, as could be seen at the opening night event when the Maiko danced in beautiful kimonos.
This is the first edition of the festival.
Halloween deadline extended to 24th October 2014.
OTHER WORLDS AUSTIN announces Closing Night Film, Full Line-Up
The future lies just outside our front door at the inaugural Other Worlds Austin, Austin’s first festival dedicated to science fiction filmmaking. Less than six months after its founding, Other Worlds Austin proudly announces its line-up for the December 4-6th festival, including the World Premiere of thriller APT 3D, and the US Premiere of The Reconstruction of William Zero starring Amy Seimetz. In total, ...