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Director: Ruy Veridiano.
A teenager dabbles in witchcraft, which doesn’t work out, escapes from the cemetery and meets Death in a dark pinball arcade. Amidst pinball records and metaphysical dialogs, he tries to cheat Death and negotiate for another chance.

Aspen Film Announces Aspen Filmfest 2011 Festival Program

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The 33rd Annual Aspen Filmfest, will run September 21-25,  Aspen Film announces today the line-up for Aspen Filmfest, a five-day feast of film and fall color for movie lovers of all ages and inclinations. The 33rd annual edition will be held September 21 - 25, 2011. With an emphasis on independent productions from around the world and a uniquely intimate scale, Aspen Filmfest champions filmmaking at its finest. Positioned at the start of the awards season, the festival will showcase pre...

HERMANO at AIFF 2011

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One of the films to screen on opening night at AIFF 2011 was HERMANO (Venezuela, 2011). Marcel Rasquin's film, 'Hermano' (2010) conjures up reminiscence to the Brazilian hit film, 'City of God' (2002), not because it is similar, but because it is THAT GOOD! We start with a baby boy (Daniel) left to die in a dumpster. A mother picks the baby out of the dumpster and takes him home with her young son, Julio. Then we jump to years later when both boys- Daniel and Julio- are grown up to young me...

NYIFF will honor multi award-winning documentary film about Colombian classical composer Blas Atehortúa.

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  "NYIFF TO HONOR MULTI-AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY ABOUT MAESTRO COMPOSER BLAS ATEHORTÚA AT THE 64TH ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL" "A captivating look at one of the finest modernist composers in the world."  Nicole Holland (Independent Film Quarterly)   The New York International Film Festival (NYIFF) will honor multi award-winning documentary film about Colombian classical composer Blas Atehortúa. Filmmakers involved with BLAS: The Man a...

NYIFF will honor multi award-winning documentary film about composer Blas

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"NYIFF TO HONOR MULTI-AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY ABOUT MAESTRO COMPOSER BLAS ATEHORTÚA AT THE 64TH ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL" "A captivating look at one of the finest modernist composers in the world." Nicole Holland (Independent Film Quarterly)   The New York International Film Festival (NYIFF) will honor multi award-winning documentary film about Colombian classical composer Blas Atehortúa. Filmmakers involved with BLAS: The Man and...

'HERMANO' at PSIFF 2011

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 This was the third film I saw on my first day at PSIFF 2011...I mean, I really did pick the best for the first day... Marcel Rasquin's film, 'Hermano' (2010) conjures up reminiscence to the Brazilian hit film, 'City of God' (2002), not because it is similar, but because it is THAT GOOD!  We start with a baby boy (Daniel) left to die in a dumpster. A mother picks the baby out of the dumpster and takes him home with her young son, Julio. Then we jump to years later when both boys- Daniel an...

From Cuba to Gotham: Havana FF Comes To New York

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  The Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) launches its second decade, April 16-23, with a program of award-winning films, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions with noted international filmmakers, actors and producers. Over 40 highly anticipated and influential films from and about Latin America, the Caribbean and Latinos in the U.S. will be screened. A variety of genres and themes from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru...

International Three Continents Documentary Film Festival

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The relationship of documentalists from Latin America with their colleagues from Asia and Africa has been through festivals and markets organised in Europe. But the time has come for us to create direct links with our colleagues from those continents.

Caracas Film Festival, Latina American Short Films & Video

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The purpose of de Festival will be the appraisal and diffusion of short film and video works produced in Latin America. Filmmakers from other countries may also participate so long as theme is related to Latin America.

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Official Selection Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg

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Official Programme: 06 – 16 November 200814 Kilometros / 14 Kilometers95 Min. by Gerardo Olivares, SpainOnly 14 kilometres short is the distance between North Africa and Spain. Yet, the real distance for African emigrants to get to Europe is unconceivable to European coevals. This moving film accompanies two young Africans on their way to Europe.German PremiereAmanecer de un sueño / Awaking from a Dream96 Min. by Freddy Mas Franqueza, SpainMarcel was left by his mother when he was eight years...

In Kino Veritas: Tango Odissey Wine Country Opener

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Tango Odyssey Leads Filmmaker Back Home to Bay AreaWhen local filmmaker Joshua Dylan Mellars got the idea to film his first documentary Tango Illusions in Buenos Aires, he had no idea that it would take a seven-year journey to complete it. Like good wine, filmmaking can take time. Tango Illusions premieres at the Napa-Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival on Saturday, August 13 at 6 pm at the Nicholson Ranch Winery in Sonoma.“My desire to film Tango Illusions has taken me to some strange places. S...

Edinburgh Film Festival Awards shortlist announced

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The Michael Powell Award for Best New British Feature Film Named in homage to one of Britain˜s most original filmmakers, the Michael Powell Award is sponsored by the UK FILM COUNCIL and LOVEFiLM. Rewarding imagination and creativity in British filmmaking, the Award is judged by an international jury and carries a substantial cash prize.2003 Winner: Young Adam directed by David McKenzie - Previous Winnersare: 2002 Out Of Control directed by Dominic Savage; 2001 Gas Attack directed by Kenny Glen...

MIFF Moscow line up announces an open competition

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The 26th MIFF Competition Films program will include: ANGULIMALADirector: Sutape Tunnirut, Thailand, 2003Cast: Nopachai Jayanama, Stella Malucchi, John Rattanaveroj, Caterina Grosse A parable based on the code of Buddhist morality. The story allegedly happened in India more than 2,500 years ago. Ahimsaka was born of Brahmin parents, the social group of high virtue in the Hindu caste system. Despite his noble birth, Ahimsaka was predestined to become a murderous bandit killing those people to who...

Destination Margarita festival launches in Cannes

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1st Margarita International Film FestivalVenezuelaOctober 29 to November 7, 2004THE WORLD CINEMA MEETING IN THE CARIBBEANFinally the Caribbean area will have a really universal film encounter when, from October 29 to November 7, the first edition of Margarita International Film Festival, will takes place in Venezuela. Approximately forty-five new movies will meet in this beautiful island to compete and to participate in a World Cinema “fiesta”. On May 12 in Caracas a cooperation agreement am...
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