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Nuri Bilge Ceylan: "I watch all kinds of films, but as a viewer I love films for children most"

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You chose to go with your team to some villages near Sofia. Did you find any interesting places? We toured several villages across the gorge of the Iskar River. I think the most interesting place we found was an old, completely deserted railway station. There were no people and the small building was full of remnants of past life. Among the waste, bird nests and broken things, I found a very old writing desk. It was astonishing that on the inner side of one of its doors were post...

TORN FROM THE FLAG? Klaudia Kovacs' Film is Torn from History

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by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent   Documentary films are supposed to wake us up -- usually to some strange sub-culture (read: the world of Baby Beauty Pageants or Professional Eating Contests) -- to give a glimpse at how remarkably bizarre human beings can be. Typically with films, we're allowed to become voyeurs, stare agape at the amusing spectacle of mankind. Not so with TORN FROM THE FLAG, filmmaker Klaudia Kovacs' chronicle of the 1956 October Revolution in Hungary that...

The New Media Film Festival announced today the complete line-up of films

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  The New Media Film Festival announced today the complete line-up of films to screen at its 2010 edition. The event runs from June 11-3 at the Downtown Independent theatre in Los Angeles. The full catalog of programs and events can be downloaded here: http://www.jxarchive.org/NMFF_Schedule.pdf Focusing on work by and about emerging technologies, the New Media Film Festival will host the Los Angeles premieres of several films that screened at Sundance 2010 as well as numerous other work...
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