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Chrysalis

Director: Tony Clark.
Peter and his parents arrive on their holiday hut in the idyllic Tyrolean Alps. Although seemingly a happy family, not everything is well under the picture-perfect surface. Peter's parents are unusually quiet, father seems tense and mother is becoming more and more distant. Something is wrong, yet Peter isn't let in on the cause. One fine day his father sets out for an unexpected hike in the mountains, taking the boy with him. As they walk towards the snowy peak of the mountain, the truth that has been carefully kept from Peter is slowly revealed...

International spotlights once again to shine on the highly anticipated festival in Udine!

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2010 edition will begin on 23 April and will present around sixty titles and two major retrospectives: one on the glorious Shin-Toho - which is to Japanese cinema what Roger Corman's Factory is to American film - and the other on Patrick Lung Kong, who inspired John Woo's masterpiece A Better Tomorrow  (Golden Lion, 2010). UDINE - 9 days of programming, from 23 April to 1 May, and over 60 films on their way from China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, ...

Triumph and Intrigue in Cambodia at CAMBOFEST: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia

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:: Producing a 3rd World Movie Festival: A Behind the Scenes Look at The Challenges ::: HEREWITH: a behind the scenes look at the incredible challenges in producing a movie festival in Cambodia at CAMBOFEST 2009 Edition - including, ironically, attempts at *** SABOTAGE *** by foreigners (non-Cambodians)! http://bloggeradocamerado.blogspot.com/2010/01/cambofest-story-part-1.html This year's festival met or exceeded most achievement goals set from the previous editions: the all-digit...

Bush was most dangerous president in history: Oliver Stone

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BANGKOK ~ Oliver Stone said he’d seen the lies of the Reagan administration in the ‘eighties, and how the USA had intervened in 60 or 70 countries, but nothing had prepared him for the Bush years. “This has been the worst decade of my life” Stone told reporters in Bangkok yesterday. The film-maker, in Thailand to deliver a series of talks organised by the International Peace Foundation, said “Bush was the most dangerous president in history,” because of his policy on ...

Call for Entries - BANGKOK INDIEFEST!

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Call for Entries BANGKOK INDIEFEST! SAVE B300 + ($10 and up) when submitting to BANGKOK INDIEFEST... *** Special Discounts Now Available *** ...when submitting offline [via PDF] ) ==> Direct Link http://www.bangkokfest.com/files/2010_INDIEFEST.pdf ...or pay more for submitting online through our festival support partners :: BANGKOK INDIEFEST :: Launching June 4-6 (and beyond...)  2010 Bangkok, Thailand http://www.bangkokfest.com PRODUCED by CAMERADO SE Asia ...

Bangkok filmfest organizer Juthamas could face 20 years in jail

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BANGKOK ~ A former Thai tourism official and her daughter have been indicted on charges that they accepted bribes from a Los Angeles filmmaking couple in exchange for running the Bangkok International Film Festival. An indictment unsealed Tuesday in Los Angeles charges Juthamas Siriwan, the ex-governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and her daughter, Jittisopa Siriwan, with conspiracy and eight other counts. If convicted, they each face up to 20 years in prison, according t...

The Global Film Village: The Last Station opens and The Lightkeepers Closes PSIFF


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by Marla LewinThis January marks the 21st anniversary year of the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF). Today Festival Director Darryl Macdonald announced the program and said, "Our film line-up this year is a strong reflection of the current zeitgeist in world cinema. Sixty-seven first-time feature film directors will screen this year, representing a surge of new filmmaking talent on the world stage. In addition, we'll showcase a vintage crop of new works by established master...

Thai Film Pioneer At POFF

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The 13th edition of POFF, the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held in the Estonian capital, kicked off a 10-day marathon of film premieres, special events and industry meetings with the premiere of the American indie hit (500) DAYS OF SUMMER last night. Today, Pen-ek Ratanaruang, Thai film director and jury member of the EurAsia Competition program, will hold a press conference prior to the presentation tomorrow evening of his latest film NYMPH. The director has been one of the innovators in...

Thai Film Pioneer At POFF

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  The 13th edition of POFF, the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held in the Estonian capital, kicked off a 10-day marathon of film premieres, special events and industry meetings with the premiere of the American indie hit (500) DAYS OF SUMMER last night. Today, Pen-ek Ratanaruang, Thai film director and jury member of the EurAsia Competition program, will hold a press conference prior to the presentation tomorrow evening of his latest film NYMPH. The director has been on...

Asia Pacific Screen Awards announced

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  Acclaimed Australian film Samson & Delilah has won the Best Feature Film Award at the third annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards, announced tonight on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Produced by Kath Shelper and written and directed by Warwick Thornton, Samson & Delilah previously won the Camera d'Or prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, six major awards at the recent Inside Film Awards in Australia and has been nominated for 13 Australian Film Ins...

Film festivals in Thailand

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Are you looking for film festivals in Thailand? Use our country festival search engine to search by Call for entry, Date and Submission Fee. http://www.fest21.com/en/festivals?filter0=&filter1=&filter2=Thailand&filter3=**ALL**&filter4=**ALL** You can also search festivals accepting film submission on fest21.com If your festival is not yet listed in our festivals directory, please click here. ...

Testimonials from Rome Business Street / New Cinema Network

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723 accreditated professionals took part in the five-day-long Roman film market, The Business Street | Mercato Internazionale del Film, which opened on Thursday, October 15 in Via Veneto. Market venues included the Terrace at the Hotel Bernini Bristol; the Spazio Cinema at the Hotel Majestic, where conferences were held; the Casa del Cinema, the Levi'sҭov, and the Green House at the Auditorium.The Business Street is growing, with an increase in the number of countries represented and a 16%...

The 7th World Film Festival of Bangkok

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The 7th World Film Festival of Bangkok is held from 6th November to 15th November 2009. This year's festival will introduce a record number of film premieres from Thailand and Asia, as well as a full schedule of films and shorts with many outstanding surprises for local film lovers. The festival opens with Mundane History by Anocha Suwichakornpong and closes with Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae, a musical journey back to the golden age of Jamaican reggae. Reflect...

Phangan Film Festival

Now in its third year, Thailand's Phangan Film Festival 2010 is beginning to attract an audience from further afield.

Bangkok's 7th World Film Festival dubbed "7th Heaven" for film lovers

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With around 100 movies screening over 10 days, the 7th World Film Festival of Bangkok is set for November 6 to 15, 2009 at Paragon Cineplex, opening with the new independent Thai drama “Jao Nok Krajok” (“Mundane History”) and closing with Jamaican rhythms in an outdoor screening of the documentary “Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae”. “The seventh year of the World Film Festival of Bangkok could be recognized as the seventh heaven of film lovers,” says festival director Kriengsak Vi...

Bangkok's 7th World Film Festival dubbed "7th Heaven" for film lovers

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WITH around 100 movies screening over 10 days, the 7th World Film Festival of Bangkok is set for November 6 to 15, 2009 at Paragon Cineplex, opening with the new independent Thai drama “Jao Nok Krajok” (“Mundane History”) and closing with Jamaican rhythms in an outdoor screening of the documentary “Rocksteady: The Roots of Reggae”. “The seventh year of the World Film Festival of Bangkok could be recognized as the seventh heaven of film lovers,” says festival director Krie...

Hammerhead

Director: Sam Donovan.
Oddball Boris tries to reunite his parents on a shark-spotting trip off the North Yorkshire coast. Only, his biggest enemy is along for the ride… his mother’s girlfriend, Lilah. Only once Boris accepts Lilah can he unite his family in his own unique way, through his obsessive love of sharks.

Nine movies in Bangkok's BIFF 2009 competition

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THERE are nine movies in the main competition of the Bangkok International Film Festival 2009: Across the River (Iran); Adrift (Vietnam); Altiplano (Belgium); Breathless (South Korea); Everyone Else (Germany); Huacho (Chile/ France/ Germany); I Killed My Mother (Canada); Inland (Algeria / France), and The Search (China).   Across the River, by the prolific US-based Iranian director Abbas A. Motlagh, has barely been shown outside Iran, but is bound to attract attention here. In ...

Nine movies in Bangkok's BIFF 2009 competition

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THERE are nine movies in the main competition of the Bangkok International Film Festival 2009: Across the River (Iran); Adrift (Vietnam); Altiplano (Belgium); Breathless (South Korea); Everyone Else (Germany); Huacho (Chile/ France/ Germany); I Killed My Mother (Canada); Inland (Algeria / France), and The Search (China). Across the River, by the prolific US-based Iranian director Abbas A. Motlagh, has barely been shown outside Iran, but is bound to attract attention here. In the wake of a majo...

SIGNIS World Congress 2009: Workshops on Media for a Culture of Peace

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The SIGNIS World Congress 2009 to be held in Chiang Mai will include 16 workshops for media professionals from different audiovisual areas. In accordance with the Congress’ theme «Media for a Culture of Peace – Children’s Rights, Tomorrow’s Promise », some of the workshops will be directed towards the theme of media for peace and social transformation.Jan Servaes will organise an interactive session on the means of Making community Media Work; in Media in the Internet Age, Steven Gan w...

My Films Are Independent

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The Swedish blockbuster film director Lukas Moodysoon reveals, on Sarajevo Film Festival why he is so different, from the image that other people normally have of him. Moodyson also make films, that no one expect of him. Such as case with his new film „Mammoth”, shown on Sarajevo Film Festival two nights ago. This film, his first film on English, starring with Gael Garcia Bernal, talks about relationship of one couple that neglects their child. The 8 years old Jackie spends most of the tim...

BANGKOK INDIEFEST - ** Call for Entries Opens **

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BANGKOK INDIEFEST - ** Call for Entries! ** Featuring the Best Thai and International Independent Movies! Bangkok IndieFest is newly launched independent movie festival in Bangkok, Thailand, showcasing the work of international and local Thai filmmakers.   Entries Now OPEN through WithoutaBox or with PDF Entry Form at: WWW.BANGKOKFEST.COM >> Categories Include: Fiction Features & Feature Documentaries Shorts * Animation * V...

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Feel Good Festival Highlights

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THE FEEL GOOD FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO EGYPTIAN THEATRE FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 2009 ROCK SLYDE ANNOUNCED AS OPENING NIGHT GALA PRESENTATION FULL FESTIVAL LINEUP ANNOUNCED ED ASNER WILL BE SUBJECT OF TRIBUTE LOS ANGELES, CA July 17, 2009 - The 2009 Feel Good Film Festival (FGFF) announces it will return to the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood Friday, August 7 through Sunday, August 9. The three-day event once again will feature films aimed at both adult and family audience...

Trip to Cannes back and forth, day 20 and wrap up piece

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  DAY TWENTY The flight was uneventful. It was a good thing I had some cookies from the Edinburgh train. I paced myself through-out the trip. I had ordered two meals, but there is a good 9-10 hours in between them. Upon arrival, I was surprised to see ALL Malaysian workers with face masks. We had to go through a single-file line with a heat-sensing camera aimed at us. They were taking no chances with passengers arriving from countries which have had cases of H1N1 flu, and London f...
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