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A conversation with Bela Tarr - the famous Hungarian filmdirector.

On the margin of the 39th Budapest Film Week a conversation with Bela Tarr - the famous Hungarian filmdirector.Brigitta Bokor (Q): Recently when people are talking about Hungarian films, they usually mention your name - Bela Tarr. How do you deal with the fact there was no Tarr movie at the 39th Budapest Film Week competition and even the opening film - which supposed to be your "The Man from London" -- was cancelled? Béla Tarr (A):In fact we would have liked to be part of the Week, ...

A conversation with Bela Tarr, Hungarian filmdirector

On the margin of the 39th Budapest Film Week: a conversation with Bela Tarr - the famous Hungarian filmdirector.BudapestBrigitta Bokor (Q): Recently when people are talking about Hungarian films, they usually mention your name - Bela Tarr. How do you deal with the fact there was no Tarr movie at the 39th Budapest Film Week competition and even the opening film – which supposed to be your “The Man from London” -- was cancelled? Béla Tarr (A):In fact we would have liked to be part of the We...

Golden Reel is Spinning Fast in Hungarian Capital

In the final countdown of the Budapest Film Week, both the ordinary audience and professional film people are getting a clearer and clearer picture in their heads concerning the films of the event. So far, so good we might as well say; with an estimated number of nearly 30,000 viewers until now the overall feedback is very positive due to the good organization presented. Professionals say that this year’s documentary line-up is very strong, although the quality of feature films is not somethin...

Latin American Film Festival highlights

Sizzling, this year’s Latin American Film Festival has everything you need to start the autumn. Held at the Curzon cinemas Renoir and Mayfair, and other outstanding West End venues. As always, Cuban-born Eva Tarr Kirkhope, the director and founder of the Festival, will guarantee the showcasing of the latest releases from some of Latin America’s foremost features.With her knowledge, long-time experience in film distribution and Latin spirit Eva plunges the Festival into the right atmosphere. ...

Anthony Artis Bio: author of The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide

Anthony Q. Artis originally hails from Baltimore, Maryland, and has made his home in New York City for most of the last 15 years. There he has honed his skills as a straight up digital guerrilla. He has worked professionally in positions as diverse as producer, gaffer, cinematographer, and narrative projects and survived more low-budget shoots than he cares to admit. His feature films and TV shows have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the IFP Market, Slamdance, Cinequest, as well as on MTV...

Spicy autumn in London at the 17th Latin American Film Festival

The 17th Latin American Film Festival9 - 18 November 2007 Spicing up London’s autumn, this year’s Latin American Film Festival comes with a mind-blowing and breathtaking programme of Latin America’s latest and most daring films ensuring that Britain’s film enthusiasts will enjoy the maximum Latin experience. Presenting the world premiere EL Brindis (The Toast), a dazzling yet startling Chilean/Mexican co-production by the Chilean director Shai Agosin and UK premieres such as La Antena (T...

A Spanish Film Weekend

 Sunday, June 3-------Audiences and visitors to the FESTROIA: Festival Internacional de Cinema have been treated to a Spanish film weekend. Not only did the Festival open on Friday evening with the documentary film INVISIBLES followed by the historical epic ALATRISTE, there have been celebrations of Spanish cinema all weekend long. On Saturday, the Argentine/Spanish co-production EL CAMINO DE SAN DIEGO (The Road To San Diego, 2006), by director Carlos Sorin, screened to great audience acclaim a...

Andy Garcia Special Guest of Karlovy Vary Fest

Andy Garcia Special Guest of Karlovy Vary Fest and a Touch of Class with Jacqueline Bisset Andy Garcia, Cuban born actor (Havana, 1956) will be honored with a career award and will also present his hotly awaited new film "Lost City" this week in Karlovy Vary. The film, which deals with the rise of Fidel Castro, has raised hackles in certain circles because of the less than sympathetic light in which Counter-Culture and perennial youth hero, Che Guevara, is shown among other things. However, And...

Che Guevara comes alive: Interview with Fernando Vergas Villazon

Fernando Vergas Villazon talked to Danie Jacobs, arts and culture reporter of the Klerksdorp Record, about his first feature film and the City of Durban.The Bolivian film, Say good morning to dad (Di buen dia a papa), made a good impression on the Durban crowds during the 27 th Durban International Film Festival.Fernando was present at the screenings of his first feature film and the crowds loved it.The film is very long. Why? "Time passes slowly in Bolivia."You said the actors are the residents...

Durban cannes do

Film is my life... That sums up how I feel about the movies.I don't care much for the big budget blockbuster American films and don't see many of them. I live for the small films with small budgets where you still see people and hear stories about people. They also have no car chases and big explosions which I don't see as art.I discovered the Durban International Film Festival in 2005 by accident when I read on the Internet that they will be premiering Paradise Now and the two main actors and d...

Cannes Classics on the Beach is a classic experience

Throughout the festival people have the opportunity to attend screening of old school, aka "former", Cannes film festival winners while enjoying the beautiful scenery of the plage at night time. Low-sitting beach chairs provide a casual and comfortable viewing experience, but if you need to read the sub-titles, I recommend getting there early in order to get front row seats, otherwise they are hard to see. Fortunately, even people who do not have any film festival badge can still have a...

The Search For (Some, Any) News on Cannes......

During my current experiment of trying to "do" Cannes while not actually being there (in others words, virtually if not physically), it is quite astonishing to me that so little actual coverage is available to the average American consumer. Yes, we did catch a glimpse of Tom Hanks on the red carpet, and read much speculation about the fate of THE DA VINCI CODE, but it seems that anything that is not part of the tyranny of celebrity gossip finds scant space in American newspapers or television s...

CHE by Mahmoud Reza Sani

The filmmaker goes to Cuba to make a picture about Che and finds a look-alike but discovers new things about the youth and country. Contact :

Interview with IFC Media Lab Director

Interview with Evan Fleischer IFC MEDIA LAB Director Please explain to our audience the mission of your venture and what motivated its launch initially, and what is your role there? The purpose of Media Lab is to enable aspiring filmmakers to showcase their works to a worldwide audience on our web site. This is in many ways the ultimate fulfillment of IFC's mission to provide a voice to independent filmmakers. Our brand tagline is "TV, Uncut.” and Media Lab is...

Tiburon ready to kick

4th Annual Tiburon International Film Festival March 10-18, 2005Tiburon (California): At its 4th edition, the Tiburon International Film Festival will screen 270 films from over 60 countries, including four tributes: One to great Orson Welles (Citizen Kane) with F For Fake (Saturday, March 12, 2005 @ 07:30 PM) and a special program with his longtime cameraman, Gary Graver, who will show never seen film clips with lots of anecdotes (Saturday, March 12, 2005 at 2:40 pm). Second, to S...

Waterfront Film Festival ambiance

The streets of Saugatuck, Michigan were deceptively empty during the first couple days of the 2004 Waterfront Film Festival, which began June 10. The steady rain kept the usual stream of weekend tourists away from all the specialty shops and gourmet restaurants in this West Michigan town of just over a thousand permanent residents, but poor weather’s apparently not a major deterrent when films are screened indoors, as the opening night presentation – a restored print of Clara Bow’s celebra...

Cinema and Exile

By now it should be clear that the selections in the official selection are carefully chosen for matching themes each day. 'Motorcycle Diaries' and 'Exils' both deal with returning to the past through landscape and cinema, mentalities of the time. For Walter Salles, its a return to 1952 and the diaries of Che Guavara, but also a way of looking at the exploited and underdeveloped Latin America of today. Tony Gatlif returns to present day Algeria as a way of coming to terms with his life in France...

Final rumors of line up

The following movies are expected to compete for this year's "Palme d'or" according to French press reports: "The Ladykillers" (Coen Brothers), a remake of a comedy from 1955 "Shrek 2" by Dreamworks - the first part was already in competition three years ago "La vie est un miracle" (Emir Kusturica, Yugoslavia) a festival regular."Diaros de Motocicleta", an adaptation of Che Guevara's autobiography by Brazilian director Walter Salles covering Guevara's motorcycle adventures in the South America o...

Panorama Up Against Them All director's interview

From the same producers of City of God CONTRA TODOS (UP AGAINST THEM ALL)A film by ROBERTO MOREIRAShowing in Panorama sectionIn a barren district on the outskirts of São Paulo we find Teodoro and his teenage daughter, Soninha, living with Claudia, Teodoro’s second wife. But the daily life of this low middle-class family is built upon lies. Behind a mask of religiosity, Teodoro makes a living as a hired gun, beats his rebellious daughter Soninha and has an affair with Terezinha, his church-goi...


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