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Nobody Knows Where the Bullet Goes

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It has now been confirmed that besides Regina Jackson, Director of the venerable East Oakland Youth Development Center, Oakland Chief of Police, Chief Batts, will speak at the Premiere of "Nobody Knows Where the Bullet Goes."More Details to follow. Film Back-Story:This film frames the tragic dynamic of people who have been shot/killed by bullets never intended for them. The film's back-story is about a teen who has lost adear friend to a random bullet. He has shut himself off from the...

Nobody Knows Where the Bullet Goes

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“Nobody Knows Where the Bullet Goes” brings attention to the tragic events in Oakland, CA, in which innocent people, many times teens, are shot-injured-or killed by a bullet that missed its intended target. The message is simple: When you fire a gun nobody knows, for sure, where that bullet will eventually land.  Anything can happen. Story Backdrop:A teenage girl has sequestered herself from life, reduced her world to inside living. She lost a dear friend who was shot and killed for no appa...

Un certain regard: "Air Doll"

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Screening on the Certain Regard program, Air Doll brings Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda to the Cannes Festival for the third time. He first attracted attention in 2001 with Distance, and in 2004 his feature Nobody Knows was the winner of the Best Actor award. After Still Walking, recently released in France, Hirokazu Kore-eda continues his exploration of the mores of Japanese society. This time, however, the point of view is that of an inflatable doll, who suddenly takes on l...

Cannes soft awards

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The Palme d'Or of this 57th edition of the Festival de Cannes was presented by Charlize Theron to Michael Moore for his film, Fahrenheit 9/11."I can't begin to express my appreciation and my gratitude to the jury, the Festival, to Gilles Jacob, Thierry Frémaux, Bob and Harvey at Miramax, to all of the crew who worked on the film. [...] I have a sneaking suspicion that what you have done here and the response from everyone at the festival, you will assure that the American people will see this f...

Cannes Lances Troy

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Cannes lanced the battlefield world of 'Troy' set for worldwide release on Friday, following suit with "Matrix Revolutions" of last year. The event of the day was of course the arrival of Brad Pitt, nicely snagged, with the woman who snagged him Jennifer Aliston. It is Brad Pitt's first time in Cannes, and he hoped to visit 'the haunts of old artists". Question from a critic at the press conference: "is your Greek wife as difficult as fighting a Trojan war?" "She liked the pith helmet and asked ...

Films Day 2

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Today's films from the official selection are:Nominees for the Golden PalmNobody Knows (Daremo Shiranai) is by Kore-Eda Hirokazu (Japan), and his film Distance was in the official selection in 2001. His fourth feature treats the true story that took place in 1988 "Affair of the Four Abandoned Children of Nishi-Sugamo" where four children fathered by different men and abandoned by their mother learn how to survive and talk care of each other.Consequences Of Love (Le Conseguenze Del...
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