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MAMI 22, 02: Entries invited

MAMI 22, 02: Entries invited Mumbai Academy of Moving Image is holding its 22nd Mumbai Film Festival during March 11-15, 2022. Entries are now open. You can submit your film in the following sections: India Gold / Spotlight Completed after 1st December 2020 Made by directors who are either an Indian citizen/Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)/Person of Indian Origin (PIO) At least one of the producers is an Indian citizen At least 50 minutes in length Not screened publicly in India before ...

ECU Spotlight on Elisabeth Moss

“Acting is not stupid, but it’s a very strange profession, honestly,” confessed Elisabeth Moss more than three years ago, when the last season of Mad Men was about to air. “My job is to get up, and get dressed in someone else’s clothes, and go and pretend that I’m someone else. Who does that?” It’s a funny observation, but if anything is certain, it’s that Moss is better at it than almost anyone. She’s a master of “pre...

Spotlight: Guillaume Canet

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  Guillaume Canet’s sensational, highly diverse acting career has garnered him a reputation rendering him a household name in his native France, as well earning him significant recognition internationally. The celebrated film figure has also thrived in forging the notoriously tricky transition from acting to directing, a delicate evolution that takes as much brazen pluck as it does sensitive astuteness. Indeed, Canet’s gradual shift into directorial wor...

Golden Globes 2016 Noms: So What Did You Think Would Happen?

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent Raise your hand if you saw Al Pacino in "Danny Collins." Raise your hand if you saw Al Pacino in "Danny Collins" and actually liked it. Okay, kidding aside, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced their nominations today at 5:15 am PST, which left a few of us critics cranky. But not without the usual clear-eyed objections to the Golden Globes' mash-up of categories. Is "Joy" a comedy? Is "T...

The Film Catalogue, The American Film Market, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   The Film Catalogue, The American Film Market, By Adrienne Papp     Now in Pre-Production Life on the Road Pre-Production (20...

SPOTLIGHT OF THE WEEK: Lena Dunham

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This week we’re spotlighting Lena Dunham, a New York filmmaker who has made her debut into mainstream cinema with her indie comedy “Tiny Furniture”. (Image of Lena Dunham in the TV series “Girls”) Lena Dunham seems to be the girl that everyone is talking about at the minute. She has recently released the critically acclaimed series “Girls”, which has hit the roof in popularity and gained fans worldwide.  The show is about a group of twenty-something year old girls wh...

Spotlight at the Short Film Corner, Cannes 2010

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Spotlight is a short 6'18" of some live animated moments of reel time at Cannes Film Festival.   I have caricatured the festival live over the last few years, and the film Spotlight draws together some of these highlights with an introduction to a game of Boules ... live recordings of Cannes Piano music... and with lights the characters move into the spotlight...  Spotlight is the first in Nesta's Spotlight collection of film, art, and lighting; from Cannes,to Ve...
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