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Seminci

NEWSLETTER N° 488: December 11, 2010

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Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor, Advertise on the sites.  Our newsletter reaches 82 000 film professionnals every week. _______________________________________  FESTIVAL NEWS FROM THE CIRCUIT Masterclass with Apichatpong Weerasethakul at Thessaloniki This year's winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival...

Seminci International film Festival was the first. Now we launch the run for the rest of film festivals across the globe!!

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Here we come, i the run to send anddiscover festival to be sent our Spanish documentary My Paths Through Dance. Take a look at the trailer: www.danseusefilms.com/mariemma/eng ...

My Paths Through Dance

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Director: Daniel G. Cabrero.
Paris, 1926: the precocious skill and talent for dance of 6 yearold Spanish-emigrate Emma’s leads her to perform in front of Madame Gontcharowa, a former dancer of the Ballets Ruses and current teacher of Classical Dance at the well-known Théâtre du Châtelet. Madame Gontcharowa harnesses Emma’s raw talent helping her into the Petite Etoile du Châtelet but, at her artistic childhood’s pinnacle, and with all chances to become a great Classical dancer, Emma’s mother withdraws her from the theatre - shattering her dreams of becoming a professional dance-star. My Paths Through Dance is a coming-of-age, rags to artistic riches story which follows Emma’s journey to become the unique Spanish dancer Mariemma, and later the creator of the “Mariemma – Ballet de España”, the greatest Spanish Ballet ever. Mariemma’s paths through dance helped launching the careers of internationally renowned artists such as Antonio Canales, Enrique Morente, Elvira Andrés, Elio Berhanyer, Aída Gómez, Joaquín Cortés and Lola Greco amongst many others. All of her protégées appear in the film recounting their experiences alongside Mariemma and describe her invaluable contributions to dance, Spanish culture and history.

Valladolid International Film Festival

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Representative panorama of current worldwide cinema. Competitive Official Section for features and shorts. Competitive parallel showcase - Meeting Point. Competitive documentary section. Different sidebars and tributes. Section on latest Spanish cinema.

Documenta

105 films from 38 countries will compete in DOCUMENTA MADRID 08 • DOCUMENTA MADRID 08 presents its International Jury, who will select the best of the 105 films participating in the five competitive sections.• In its fifth year, the festival is celebrating the fortieth anniversary of May 68 as seen in its epicenters: France, the USA, Latin America and Eastern Europe.• The series What a Movement! brings back to

105 films from 38 countries will compete in DOCUMENTA MADRID 08

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Madrid, April 7, 2008 In its fifth year, DOCUMENTA MADRID continues it strong commitment to the Official Section.Out of the 999 films received—nearly a hundred more than last year (570 full-length films and 429 short films), 105 have been selected to participate in the different categories. The total prize-winnings this year have gone up to 73,000€. By category, they will compete in: 53 in the Original Documentary Section (19 full-length films and 34 short films); 27 in the Documentary Repor...

The Valladolid Film Festival celebrates half a century

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The Valladolid Film Festival --"SEMINCI" -- ("Semana Internacional de Cine", or International Film Week), which was launched in 1956 and has been held every year since without interruption, this year celebrates its Golden half-century Anniversary. As usual the emphasis will be on non-mainstream features, auteur directors, and a wide variety of shorts and documentaries. The opening film tonight at the elegant Teatro Calderon will be the latest offering from Constantine Costa-Gavras, "Couperet",...
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