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DIE KINDER DER TOTEN - World Premiere and Q&A with Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska

  (Delphi Filmpalast, Ulrich Seidl with Kelly Copper, Pavol Liska and members of their film team, © Lindsay Bellinger 2019)  By LINDSAY R. BELLINGER   Berlinale 2019 Forum Section opened tonight at Delphi Filmpalast with the world premiere of the Ulrich Seidl-produced Die Kinder Der Toten (The Children of the Dead), a loose adaptation of Austrian playwright and novelist Elfriede Jelinek's 666 page novel that she penned in 1995. Filmmakers Kelly Copper, Pav...

Ich Seh Ich Seh, Goodnight Mommy, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

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Ulrich Seidl Molodist photo gallery

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19.10. OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHY FROM CINEMATIC TRILOGY "PARADISE: LOVE, FAITH, HOPE" ...

Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise photo exhibit and retrospective opens Molodist IFF

    Ulrich Seidl brought to Kiev 42 photographs (rints from screenshots) dedicated to his «paradisal» trilogy. The very same trilogy will be shown at the Molodist IFF as a part of the world's first complete retrospective of the director: Ulrich Seidl. Total Retrospective. Sexuality, spirituality, physicality - three women from a European family are looking for different ways of how to satisfy their hidden desires. 42 original photographs on the verge of vo...

A retrospective and an exhibition on Ulrich Seidl in Molodist

    The 43rd IFF Molodist will be held on October 19-27, 2013. Kiev cinema hall is its festival centre. The festival will also be held inZhovten and Kinopanorama cinema halls and Master Class cultural and educational center. Ukraine palace will host the opening ceremony on October, 19. Andrzej Wajda's Wałęsa  is announced the opening film of Molodist. The film will be prem...

Paradise: Faith - Paradies: Glaube director Ulrich Seidl, Nabil Saleh, W.Thaler, Maria Hoffstratter. Sketch by Nesta.

Paradise: Faith - Paradies: Glaube director Ulricht Seidl, Nabil Saleh, W.Thaler, Maria Hoffstratter. Daylight, Day after rushes. Man has a function and responsibility as a power. Spontaneity. Religion and Marriage. Woman has too much power. Ein Frau. Sketch by Nesta 31/08/12 Venice.

Ulrich Seidl At New York's Anthology Film Archives

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  by Sandy Mandelberger, North American Editor Not nearly as well known as his countryman Michael Haneke, the Austrian film director Ulrich Seidl has his own individual signature as a chronicler of human truth. His films are, in turns, disturbing and paradoxical, difficult and dispassionate and not easy to classify. Mixing documentary realism with a kind of poetic neo-realism, the director mainly uses non-professional actors to give his film essays an essential core of...

« Import Export » d’Ulrich Seidl

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Import Export, présenté en Compétition, marque le retour d’Ulrich Seidl à Cannes, cinq ans après qu’il ait dévoilé son sulfureux Dog Days à la Semaine Internationale de la Critique. Son nouveau long-métrage évoque deux trajectoires opposées : celle d’une jeune infirmière ukrainienne se rendant en Autriche pour trouver un emploi et celle d’un jeune Autrichien s’installant en Ukraine afin, lui aussi, de gagner sa vie. Tourné dans des conditions extrêmes, par des températur...

"Import Export" by Ulrich Seidl

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Import Export, presented in Competition, marks the return of the Austrian director Ulrich Seidl to Cannes, five years after having presented his startling Dog Days. His new film tells the story of two characters on opposite tracks: a young Ukrainian nurse who goes to Austria to find employment, and a young Austrian man who settles in Ukraine, also to earn a livelihood. Shot in extreme conditions, at temperatures of 20°F below zero, Import Export features the work of two amateur actors, Ekateryb...
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