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Dimitar Kotsev – Shosho: The debates over Bulgarian cinema are heading in a strange direction

Dimitar Kotsev – Shosho: Dimitar Kotsev – ShoshoWhy did you choose to adapt your own novel to the screen, rather than someone else’s? My novel is tied to my own life. As a debutant I thought that it would be better to work with something that I know well because it was obvious that I was going to have every possible obstacle come in my way. It was important to have my own story, one which I am comfortable and familiar with. And 20 years later I can spend the taxpayer’s mone...

Dimitar Kotsev – Shosho

Dimitar Kotsev – Shosho

Nick Whitfield and the ancient Bulgarian technics to drive away the ghosts

Nick WhitfieldA brilliant British dark comedy or to be more specific: a sad story about our world and the world beyond disguised as a comedy; a story of a family and of a broken family and a story about the past that holds a grip on the present (as the director puts it). Nick Whitfield’s feature film debut Skeletons most definitely will touch a lot of people because it is a deeply emotional story told on the verge of economy and extravagance. One of the strongest titles in th...

Nick Whitfield

Nick Whitfield

Ben Berkowitz: We had been working with some really unique underground artists

Ben Berkowitz 10 years ago Ben Berkowitz made his debut as a film director with a movie called Straightman (Benzfilm, 2001). The story in the film is about the friendship between a straight guy and a gay, but without any Hollywood clichés about falling in love, having sex, ect. ‘Just the story about two friends – one of them likes women, the other likes men – that’s it’, as the director describes it. Berkowitz’s intention in this film was to show the possible relationship bet...

Ben Berkowitz

Ben Berkowitz

Sylvia Kristel: I have no unfulfilled dream

Sylvia Christel, photo by Studio Fo  Could you tell us about the storyline and especially your part in 2 Sunny Days? Did you know the director before? In 2 Sunny Days a small group of tourists get loose in the  mountains. I play a weird woman belonging to a sect, Christian Marain (82) played my Alzheimer stricken husband. But Maya Sansa and Bristol Pomeroy are the main characters and they play a couple in trouble. The film is about relationships. H...

Sylvia Christel, photo by Studio Fo

Sylvia Christel, photo by Studio Fo

Yves Marmion: I feel the good vibes around Sofia International Film Festival

Yves MarmionYves Marmion is one of the leading European producers with titles such as Arizona Dream, The Apartment, I Loved You for So Long, among others in his biography. He is also the Chairman of the European Film Academy (EFA) and as such he came to Sofia during the 15th edition of Sofia International Film Festival along with his colleagues from the EFA’s managing board for one of their working meetings.   - Could you tell me how did your session go today? Are you able to di...

Tinsel & Tine interview with Morgan Spurlock "Greatest Movie Ever Sold"

Jerry: ...Over the balcony, bounced off some respirator thing into the patient! George: What do you mean "into the patient"? Jerry: Into the patient, literally! George: Into the hole? Jerry: Yes, the hole! George: Didn't they notice it? Jerry: No! George: How could they not notice it?!? Jerry: Because it's a little mint. It's a Junior Mint. George: What did they do? Jerry: They sealed him up with the mint inside. George: They left the Junior Mint in him? Jerry: Yes! Geor...

54th San Francisco International Film Festival Presents New Series of Master Classes and Salons

Conversations Offer Opportunities for Deeper Audience Engagement with Festival Films and Filmmakers The 54th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 21–May 5) will present two new Conversations series designed to deepen and enhance the Festival experience, giving filmgoers the opportunity to go a step beyond the post-screening Q&A. An extension of the Film Society’s year-round Film Craft & Film Studies program, Master Classes are an opportunity to engage with special ...

Puerto Rico International Film Festival Vieques Island

An Interview with Award Winning Actress Celia Weston

By Maria Esteves – March 12, 2011 Actress in film, television, and theatre Celia Weston (CW) is known as the Southern type character. CW began performing on stage at the age of four in South Carolina. She has performed in numerous on and off Broadway productions including Loose Ends (1979), The Lady from Dubuque (1980), Garden District (1995), and True West (2000). She appeared as cast member of the CBS television sitcom “Alice.” She has starred in countless feature films such as Honky ...

Murphy Brown's Diane English Asks CBS for A Few Good Episodes to Take On Sarah Palin

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent   If you haven't seen Candice Bergen lately, she remains an elegant force to be reckoned with. This was made clear recently when she presented "Murphy Brown" show-runner Diane English with the WGA's Paddy Chayefsky Award.    Together they earned 62 EMMY nominations, with 18 wins, over the 10-year run of "Murphy Brown." Diane also won a Golden Globe for the show in 1990.    Candice and Diane...

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EXCLUSIVE: WGA Award Winners Aaron Sorkin & Christopher Nolan On How They Work (Complete Win List Follows)

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent   Aaron Sorkin. The Social Network: Wins Best Adapted Last night, writers Aaron Sorkin and Christopher Nolan took top wins at the 2011 WGA Awards in Best Adapted and Best Original Screenplay respectively. While the show at the Renaissance Hollywood Grand Ballroom included special awards for Diane English and Steve Zaillian, the wins by Sorkin for SOCIAL NETWORK and Nolan for INCEPTION ring the bell for the upcoming Oscar race. (Although THE...