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Isabelle Huppert presents her latest film at the Ghent Film Festival

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French art-house cinema star, Isabelle Huppert will be in Ghent on October 18th to present her latest film at the Ghent Film Festival. Huppert stars in Mon Pire Cauchemar alongside Belgian national treasure, Benoît Poelvoorde (C’est Arrivé Près de chez Vous, Rien à Déclarer). The director is Anne Fontaine, who previously wrote and directeCoco Avant Chanel as well as writing the script for Atom Egoyan’s thriller, Chloe. Huppert has played in over ninety films since the start of her...

Arthus –Bertrand says “Free distribution doesn’t work” and launches Appeal to World Leaders at MIPCOM

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                    French filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand chose MIPCOM to show excerpts from his latest warning on climate change, an offshoot of his project titled ‘6 Billion Others.” The umbrella project is a compilation of 5000 interviews shot in 74 countries over four years where ordinary people testify as to what it is to be part of the human race. It was first presented at the Grand P...

Yann Arthus Bertrand Home

Arthus –Bertrand Launches Appeal to World Leaders at MIPCOM

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Cineaste also says “Free distribution doesn’t work” French filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand chose MIPCOM to show excerpts from his latest warning on climate change, an offshoot of his project titled ‘6 Billion Others.”The umbrella project is a compilation of 5000 interviews shot in 74 countries over four years where ordinary people testify as to what it is to be part of the human race. It was first presented at the Grand Palais in Paris in January 2009.Using the same technique of direct-...

Coming Soon to a 'Youtube' Near You...

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 Youtube is expanding? ...What's new?We're particularly intrigued and excited by the latest expansion of youtube, its first full-length film.  Luc Besson's and Yann-Arthus Betrand's 90-minute environmental awareness film Home will be the first full-length film to be available on youtube in its entirety.  The youtube release date will occur simultaneously with the theatrical and DVD release dats on June 5, World Environment Day.  All releases will be free of charge except for DVDs, which...

Film Starring Isabelle Huppert To Close Montreal World Film Festival

Monday, September 1--------The Montreal World Film Festival closes this evening with the North American Premiere screening of Home, the newest film from French/Swiss director Ursula Meier. The film will screen at the Theatre Maisonneuve following the announcement of the juried awards. Home, which had its world premiere at the Cannes Critics Week, is a Franco-Swiss-Belgian co-production, starring Isabelle Huppert and Olivier Gourmet as a husband and wife whose family's peaceful existence in an...

Eskişehir -- Diary of a High-rise Zombie, other films, and a real Master Class - Part 3

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The final film of the day was a most off-beat and slightly off-the-wall Swiss-French feature entitled "1 Journée" (One Day) by Swıss-French-English director Jacob Berger, with the director in attendance to field audience questions. Although the action of this film is compressed into a single 24 hour period a lot more happens here than in Zeynep's eight days mentioned earlier, in fact, so much happens that there is nearly enough material for two films.  The compressed synopsis is...

Cannes 2006: selection for l'Atelier

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The 2006 Atelier has selected 18 projects by filmmakers from 17 different countries (2 from the United States) spanning the 5 continents.The scripts (for the most part original subjects) deal with themes testifying to a shared awareness of the state of the planet. This generation, born into a world of globalisation, shares the same fears and hopes, over and beyond their cultural differences.Their universal and singular worldview is expressed through the eyes of two Latino teens in the United Sta...
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