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ELENA at Skopje, Macedonia.

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 The acclaimed Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev (mostly known for his internationally acclaimed film THE RETURN, 2003) held the world premier of his latest film ELENA (2011) at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival in the 'Un Certain Regard' category, where it won the Special Jury Prize. The film screened last week to audiences in Skopje, Macedonia at the 10th annual 'CINEDAYS'. -Vanessa McMahon photos by Dimitra FourkalidouAndrey Zvyagintsev ...

Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev at 52nd TIFF

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 The acclaimed Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev (mostly known for his internationally acclaimed film THE RETURN, 2003) presented his latest film, ELENA (2011) last week at the 52nd Thessaloniki Film Festival (TIFF). ELENA held its world premier at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival in the 'Un Certain Regard' category, where it won the Special Jury Prize.-Vanessa McMahon  "Elena and Vladimir are an older couple, each one from a different social background. Vladimir is a wealthy and ...

Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev at 52nd TIFF

The acclaimed Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev (mostly known for his internationally acclaimed film THE RETURN, 2003) presents his latest film, ELENA (2011) at 52nd TIFFphoto by Dimitra Fourkalidou  

Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev at 52nd TIFF

 The acclaimed Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev (mostly known for his internationally acclaimed film THE RETURN, 2003) presents his latest film, ELENA (2011) at 52nd TIFFphoto by Dimitra Fourkalidou 

Cannes 2011 winners: watch the trailers

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Click to view the trailers of the winning films. Palme d'Or THE TREE OF LIFE by Terrence MALICK The Tree of Life - Official Trailer [VO-HD] par Eklecty-City Grand Prix BIR ZAMANLAR ANADOLU'DA (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) by Nuri Bilge CEYLAN THE KID WITH A BIKE by Jean-Pierre & Luc DARDENNE Award for the Best Director Nicolas WINDING REFN for DRIVE Jury Prize POLISS by MAÏWENN Best Performance for an Actor ...

Cannes 2011 Winners, watch the trailers

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Click to view the trailers of the winning films. Palme d'Or THE TREE OF LIFE by Terrence MALICK The Tree of Life - Official Trailer [VO-HD] par Eklecty-City Grand Prix BIR ZAMANLAR ANADOLU'DA (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) by Nuri Bilge CEYLAN THE KID WITH A BIKE by Jean-Pierre & Luc DARDENNE Award for the Best Director Nicolas WINDING REFN for DRIVE Jury Prize POLISS by MAÏWENN Best Performance for an Actor ...

'Tree of Life' wins Palme d'Or, best actress for (absent) Lars van Triers' movie

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The official Jury of this 64th Festival de Cannes, presided over by Robert De Niro, revealed this evening the prizes winners during the Closing Ceremony. Mélanie Laurent hosted Jane Fonda on the stage of the Grand Théâtre Lumière to award the Palme d'or to the best film among the 20 in Competition. Christophe Honoré's closing film Beloved starring Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni,  Ludivine Sagnier, Louis Garrel and Milos Forman, was screened at the end of the...

'Tree of Life' wins Palme d'Or, best actress for (absent) Lars van Triers' movie

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The official Jury of this 64th Festival de Cannes, presided over by Robert De Niro, revealed this evening the prizes winners during the Closing Ceremony. Mélanie Laurent hosted Jane Fonda on the stage of the Grand Théâtre Lumière to award the Palme d'or to the best film among the 20 in Competition. Christophe Honoré's closing film Beloved starring Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni, Ludivine Sagnier, Louis Garrel and Milos Forman, was screened at the end of the ceremony in the presence ...

Un Certain Regard 2011 presented its awards

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Un Certain Regard 2011 presented 21 films directed by 22 directors hailing from 19 different countries. Two of the works were first films. Presided over by Emir KUSTURICA (Director, actor and musician - Serbia), the Jury was comprised of: Elodie BOUCHEZ (Actress - France), Peter BRADSHAW (Critic-The Guardian - United Kingdom), Geoffrey GILMORE (Chief Creative Officer-Tribeca Enterprises - USA), Daniela MICHEL (Director of the Morelia Festival - Mexico). PRIZE OF UN CERTAIN REGARD Ex-æ...

20th film in Cannes competition

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  Competition The Artist, directed by Michel HAZANAVICIUS, is joining the Official Competition, now composed of 20 feature films. It is "OSS 117" director Hazanavicius's latest film - a French production in English language - starring John Goodman, Jean Dujardin,  Berenice Bejo, Missi Pyle and James Cromwell. The film was previously announced as screening out of competition, but Cannes programmers made the switch today. The black and white silent film tells...

“The Banishment” by Andrey Zvyagintsev

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It has been four years since Andrey Zvyagintsev was honoured with the Golden Lion at the Venice Festival for his first film, The Return. His second film, The Banishment, screening in Competition brings the Russian director to Cannes for the first time. This drama was more or less adapted from the novel by William Saroyan, The Laughing Matter, which tells of how a birth can upset an entire family. The director chose to work with the same “father” as seen in The Return, Konstantin Lavronenko. ...

Cannes Competition: “The Banishment” by Andrey Zvyagintsev

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It has been four years since Andrey Zvyagintsev was honoured with the Golden Lion at the Venice Festival for his first film, The Return. His second film, The Banishment, screening in Competition brings the Russian director to Cannes for the first time. This drama was more or less adapted from the novel by William Saroyan, The Laughing Matter, which tells of how a birth can upset an entire family. The director chose to work with the same “father” as seen in The Return, Konstantin Lavronenko.Q...
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