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- August Winds, Directed Laura Amelia Guzmán, Israel Cárdenas
- Black Orpehus, Directed Marcel Camus
- Casa Grande, or the Ballad of Poor Jean, Directed by Fellipe Barbosa
- Castanha, Directed by Davi Pretto
- The Exercise of Chaos, Directed by Frederico Machado
- Futuro Beach, Directed by Karim Ainouz
- The Game, Directed byPedro Coutinaho
- If God Comes Let Him Bring a Gun, Directed by Luis Dantas
- Jonathas' Forest, Directed by Sergio Andrade
- The Man of the Crowd, Directed by Marcelo Gomes, Cao Guimarães
- Rhythms of Resistance, Directed by Jason O'Hara
- Riverrun, Directed by Paulo Sacramento
- The Sun Called Blind, Directed by Toti Loureiro
- The Unfamiliar, Directed by Diogo Cronemberger
- Castanha, Directed by Davi Pretto
- Futuro Beach, Directed by Karim Ainouz
- Limited Partnership, Directed by Thomas G. Miller
- I Am A Girl, Directed by Rebecca Barry
- I Believe In Unicorns, Directed by Leah Meyerhoff
- Light Fly, Fly High, Directed by Susann Østigaard and Beathe Hofseth
- Little Accidents, Directed by Sarah Colangelo
- The Midnight Swim, Directed by Sarah Adina Smith
- Mile High Magic, Directed by Karen Cruz
- Thou Wast Mild And Lovely, Directed by Josephine Decker
- Touch the Wall, Directed by Grant Barbeito and Christo Brock
- Viktoria, Directed by Maya Vitkova
- Walking Under Water, Directed by Eliza Kubarska
- Welkome Home, Directed by Angelina Nikonova
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- The Maildog, Directed by Ryan Charmatz
- Man On Devils Head, Directed by Daniel Fickle
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- 10/28/14--09:55: Black Nights announces three competitions
- 10/29/14--03:37: Camerimage reveals Main Competition lineup
- 10/29/14--05:19: Bruno Chatelin joins the The jury at Bahamas Film Fest 2014
- 10/29/14--07:45: Tyre International Short-films Festival in Lebanon
- 10/29/14--07:48: Los Angeles Music Video Festival returns to LA next week
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HollyShorts is teaming up with the Humans in Space Art Program and Waterstone Entertainment as an official Film Festival partner for the Humans in Space Art Video Challenge. The Humans in Space Art Program is working with NASA’s International Space Station Program to encourage the creation of videos focused on the future of space, science and technology, and its impact on Earth. The Challenge is currently accepting film submissions and inviting filmmakers and students around the world to send in their creative videos, 3 minutes long or less, that explore “How will space, science, and technology benefit humanity.”
The video artwork can be of any style featuring original animation, sketches, music, live action, poetry, dance, drama, apps, etc. The winning project wins a cash prize of $5,000 courtesy of the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS). The winning video will also take a trip into orbit on the Space Station, and NASA will provide montages with flown patches for the winners. In addition, the winning film will be showcased at the 11th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival (TCL Chinese Theater August 13-22, 2015).
Artwork must be submitted online by November 15, 2014.
Eligibility & Requirements
Individuals or teams of participants should include at least one clear reference to the International Space Station in their videos, address the thematic question, be creative and capture their views in their best quality video product.
There are no fees associated with submitting to the Humans in Space Art Video Challenge.
The projects will be judged by a panel of astronauts noted below; also joining this panel will be a group of celebrities and award winning filmmakers who will be announced in the coming weeks.
Humans in Space Art Video Challenge Jury-Astronaut Members
Nicole Stott, NASA astronaut
Chris Hadfield, CSA astronaut
Luca Parmitano, ESA astronaut
Andreas Mogensen, ESA astronaut
Thomas Pesquet, ESA astronaut
Humans in Space Art Video Challenge Information
Competition closes Nov. 15. Announcement of winners March 2015.
Celebrity Judges to be announced soon.
$5000 award and video flown in space.
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Camerado's original supernatural Asian historical dramatic movie, FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky, set along the Cambodia-Vietnam border in 1970 during the Vietnam conflict, continues to enjoy popular support and appreciation internationally - and on the ground in Cambodia in well.
A series of October 2014 sidewalk and street screenings in Phnom Penh and in the rural Cambodian countryside, demonstrated conclusively a striking level of popular local support for this pioneering onscreen supernatural historical drama.
|FREEDOM DEAL J "Jack RO" Rosette in Cambodia, Oct 2014|
Utilizing a network of volunteers operating battery powered Pico projections systems, and supported by two Beta-stage, CUDA accelerated PILGRIM media player systems (*designed by J "Jack RO" Rosette, director of CAMERADO and co-producer of FREEDOM DEAL - read more HERE), the successful October 2014 Cambodia screenings of FREEDOM DEAL conclusively demonstrated that the movie exhibits strong international crossover potential - bridging the gap between a local populist Asian sensibility and an international and Western moviegoing experience.
FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky, is based on a section of the expanded FREEDOM DEAL feature and episodic project currently in development. Following over half a decade of research in Cambodia, where writer-director J "Jack RO" Rosette lived and worked between 2005 and 2013, the FREEDOM DEAL story takes place at a critical juncture of Western-Asian history, during the little explored 1970 'Cambodia Incursion'.
This military operation, launched jointly by US and Army of South Vietnam forces, drove into Cambodia to seek and destroy hidden North Vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries.
The Cambodia Incursion was widely considered to be a military success, in that it effectively reduced rearguard and flank activity on forces planning to depart Vietnam while providing the beleaguered Cambodian Lon Nol regime a ready supply of (captured) weapons. However, the operation was a political disaster for the Nixon administration which had previously articulated a plan to exit the Indochina conflict via a process of 'Vietnamization'.
In response to the Cambodian Incursion, protests erupted across the USA, culminating in the shooting deaths of students at Kent State and Jackson State Universities.
Yet....what was happening on the ground in Cambodia? What was the local Asian experience during this time?
For the first time ever onscreen, this pivotal moment in history is dramatized in FREEDOM DEAL from a local Cambodian point of view. The movie also features a supernatural folkloric twist, in the form of startling appearance of a spectral, vampiric floating head being known as an 'ARB' - appearing for the first time ever in a movie intended for international audiences.
Internationally, FREEDOM DEAL: Story of Lucky continues to ply the festival circuit, captivating many who know little about the 20th century conflicts in Indochina; a programmer at the USA based Highway 61 Film Festival sums up the reaction of many Westerners who encounter the FREEDOM DEAL project for the first time:
Find out more about ' The Story of Lucky' and the feature and episodic components of the FREEDOM DEAL project at http://www.freedomdealmovie.com ~ International co-production inquiries regarding the FREEDOM DEAL feature and episodic projects, kindly contact firstname.lastname@example.org
AFI FEST 2014 presented by Audi, a program of the American Film Institute, announced today the films that will be featured in the New Auteurs, Shorts and American Independents sections at this year’s festival.
The New Auteurs and Shorts sections both showcase filmmakers from around the world; the New Auteurs section highlights first and second-time feature film directors and the Shorts selections represent diverse and varied international perspectives. The Shorts program this year features a full program of animated films in addition to a program of midnight shorts. Both sections are juried and are available for the Grand Jury Awards. This year’s New Auteurs jury features Alonso Duralde (The Wrap), Tim Grierson (Screen International), Eric Kohn (IndieWire) and Anne Thompson (Thompson on Hollywood). The Shorts jury features Kahlil Joseph (filmmaker), Sara Murphy (producer), Mike Ott (filmmaker), Matthew Takata (Sundance Institute) and Brian Udovich (producer).
“These sections are where you will see some of the most exciting movies from around the world from filmmakers who take risks,” said Lane Kneedler, Associate Director of Programming of AFI FEST. “Our competition this year could not be finer with debuts from countries all over the globe including Vietnam, Ukraine, Korea and the Ivory Coast. These extraordinary filmmakers are making their mark on modern cinema with their genuinely distinctive voices."
The American Independents section represents the best of independent filmmaking this year. Pushing boundaries with form and content across both narrative and documentary cinema, these films feature fresh voices, as well as filmmakers returning to AFI FEST with their latest work.
”We hope that the audience goes on a journey of discovery at the festival and experiences the creative visions of the talented and audacious filmmakers in our New Auteurs, American Independents and Shorts sections,” said Jacqueline Lyanga, Director, AFI FEST, “These sections are not curated to focus on premiere status, but rather, to showcase the best new films and filmmakers of the year.”
Free individual tickets to AFI FEST screenings and Galas will be available to the general public online at AFI.com beginning Friday, October 24, but only the Cinepass Express pass will provide priority entry to all regular screenings including the New Auteurs, Shorts and American Independents selections, as well as access into the Cinema Lounge. These and other AFI FEST Passes are on sale now at AFI.com/AFIFEST, and AFI Members receive special discounts. The American Film Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational and cultural organization, and Patron Packages are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
AFI FEST will take place November 6 through 13 in Hollywood, CA, at the Dolby Theatre, the TCL Chinese Theatres, the Egyptian Theatre and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. As previously announced, the Opening Night Gala will be the World Premiere of A MOST VIOLENT YEAR (DIR J.C. Chandor) on Thursday, November 6; INHERENT VICE (DIR Paul Thomas Anderson) will be the Centerpiece Gala on Saturday, November 8; the World Premiere of THE GAMBLER (DIR Rupert Wyatt) will be the Centerpiece Gala on Monday, November 10; Sophia Loren will be honored with a special Tribute on Wednesday, November 12; and FOXCATCHER (DIR Bennett Miller) will be the Closing Night Gala on Thursday, November 13. The full festival lineup will be unveiled later this month.
For the 11th year, Audi is the festival’s presenting sponsor. Additional top sponsors include AT&T, Coca-Cola, VIZIO, American Airlines (the official airline of AFI), Dunkin’ Donuts, Netflix and Stella Artois. The festival’s venue sponsors include the Dolby Theatre, the TCL Chinese Theatres, the Hollywood & Highland Center, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and the Egyptian Theatre.
NEW AUTEURS SELECTIONS (10 titles)
ALIVE (SANDA) - A poor mountain laborer finds himself caught between harrowing dramas playing out at work and at home. DIR Park Jungbum. SCR Park Jungbum. CAST Park Jungbum, Lee Seungyeon, Park Myunghoon, Shin Heatbit. South Korea. US Premiere
BLIND - A recently blinded woman handles the loss of her sight by writing stories about the world she’s beginning to forget. DIR Eskil Vogt. SCR Eskil Vogt. CAST Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Henrik Rafaelsen, Vera Vitali, Marius Kolbenstvedt. Norway, Netherlands.
FLAPPING IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE (ÐAP CÁNH GIUA KHÔNG TRUNG)- When Huyen dabbles in prostitution to earn money for an abortion, she meets a mysterious client who takes a tender yet obsessive interest in her pregnancy. DIR Nguyen Hoang Diep. SCR Nguyen Hoang Diep. CAST Nguyen Thuy Anh, Tran Bao Son, Hoang Ha, Pham Tran Thanh Duy. Vietnam, France, Norway, Germany. US Premiere.
GÜEROS - In this playfully energetic debut, three young pranksters embark on a road trip adventure to pay their last respects to their musical hero. DIR Alonso Ruizpalacios. SCR Alonso Ruizpalacios & Gibrán Portela. CAST Tenoch Huerta, Sebastián Aguirre, Ilse Salas, Leonardo Ortizgris. Mexico.
RUN - This West African mystic fable follows a young man’s trajectory from rainmaker-in-training to fugitive political assassin. DIR Philippe Lacôte. SCR Philippe Lacôte. CAST Abdoul Karim Konaté, Isaach de Bankolé, Reine Sali Coulibaly. Ivory Coast, France.
SELF MADE (BOREG) - When two young women – one Palestinian and one Israeli – cross paths at a border checkpoint, they experience a magical identity exchange. DIR Shira Geffen. SCR Shira Geffen. CAST Sarah Adler, Samira Saraya. Israel.
THE TRIBE (PLEMYA) - This daring film, acted entirely in sign language without the aid of subtitles or voiceover, follows a new student at a corrupt Ukrainian school for the deaf. DIR Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy. SCR Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy. CAST Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova. Ukraine.
VIKTORIA - Young Viktoria, born without an umbilical cord, is exalted as Bulgaria’s “Child of the Future.” But when the Communist Party falls, she faces a crisis. DIR Maya Vitkova. SCR Maya Vitkova. CAST Irmena Chichikova, Daria Vitkova, Kalina Vitkova, Mariana Krumova, Dimo Dimov, Georgi Spasov. Bulgaria.
VIOLET - In this visually stunning debut, teen Jesse must readjust to the world and cope with grief after witnessing his friend’s murder at a local shopping mall. DIR Bas Devos. SCR Bas Devos. CAST César De Sutter, Raf Walschaerts, Mira Helmer, Brent Minne. Netherlands, Belgium. North American Premiere.
THE WONDERS (LE MERAVIGLIE) - When a television competition comes to the Italian countryside, farmer’s daughter Gelsomina sees a way to assert her independence in this mesmerizing tale. DIR Alice Rohrwacher. SCR Alice Rohrwacher. CAST Alexandra Lungu, Sam Louwyck, Alba Rohrwacher, Sabine Timoteo, Monica Bellucci. Italy, Switzerland, Germany.
SHORTS SELECTIONS (45 titles)
8 BULLETS (8 BALLES) - A grief-stricken expat hunts the man he believes is responsible for killing his family in this mixed-media fever dream. DIR Frank Ternier. SCR Frank Ternier. France.
130919 • A PORTRAIT OF MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ - This one-take 3D film majestically documents legendary performance artist Marina Abramović in a manner befitting her art. DIR Matthu Placek. SCR Matthu Placek. CAST Marina Abramović. USA.
AFRONAUTS - Inspired by true events, It's July 16, 1969: America is preparing to launch Apollo 11. Thousands of miles away, the Zambia Space Academy hopes to beat them to the moon. DIR Frances Bodomo. SCR Frances Bodomo. CAST Diandra Forrest, Yolonda Ross, Hoji Fortuna. USA.
BATH HOUSE (SIMHALL) - The mice are going after the bath house safe in this droll stop-motion puppet short. DIR Niki Lindroth von Bahr. SCR Niki Lindroth von Bahr & Jerker Virdborg. Sweden.
BUFFALO JUGGALOS - There is a secret land in upstate New York, where the Juggalos roam free... DIR Scott Cummings. SCR Scott Cummings. USA.
THE CHAPERONE 3D - More than 10,000 drawings intersect with a series of animation techniques to tell the true story of a lone teacher's stand against a motorcycle gang in the 1970s. DIR Fraser Munden. SCR Fraser Munden & Neil Rathbone. CAST Ralph Whims, Stefan Czernatowicz. Canada.
CHILDREN'S SONG - Children sing a song. DIR David O'Reilly. USA.
THE CUT (LA COUPE) - A father and daughter fluctuate between proximity and detachment during the course a haircut. DIR Geneviève Dulude-De Celles. SCR Geneviève Dulude-De Celles. CAST Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau, Alain Houle. Canada.
DAY 40 - Sinister forces take hold in the untold sordid story of what really happened on Noah's Ark. DIR Sol Friedman. SCR Evan Morgan. CAST John Boylan, Rowie Spodek. Canada.
THE DIGGERS - These are the grave diggers. This is their day. DIR Robert Machoian & Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck. USA.
THE DRAGON IS THE FRAME - This experimental detective film explores the enigma of depression and its subtle interplay between presence and absence. DIR Mary Helena Clark. USA.
EXCHANGE AND MART - An unorthodox self-defense class at a remote Scottish boarding school yields unusual results. DIR Cara Connolly & Martin Clark. SCR Cara Connolly. CAST Ewen Bremner, Grace Chilton. United Kingdom.
FUNNEL - A man's car breaks down and sends him on a quest across town that slowly turns into the most fantastically mundane adventure. DIR Andre Hyland. SCR Andre Hyland. CAST Andre Hyland. USA.
GARY HAS AN AIDS SCARE - Gary might have a bit of a problem... DIR Joe Callander. USA.
HACKED CIRCUIT - This circular study of the Foley process portrays sound artists at work constructing complex layers of fabrication and imposition. DIR Deborah Stratman. USA.
THE HAIRCUT - In 1976, Amy defies expectations and joins the first class of female cadets accepted for military service. She'll have to prove to all that she has what it takes. DIR Alexis O. Korycinski. SCR Julia Cox. CAST Bailey Noble, Molly Quinn, David Starzyk, Walter Fauntleroy, Chad Michael Collins. USA.
HAZE - A well-intentioned young man struggles to explain last night. DIR Chloe Domont. SCR Chloe Domont. CAST Casey Drogin, Hannah Gross. USA.
HERE I AM...THERE YOU ARE... - When a married couple’s foreplay veers into domination, reality is stronger than the imagination. DIR Dikla Jika Elkaslassy. SCR Dikla Jika Elkaslassy. CAST Ohad Knoller. Israel.
HOLE - A fearless portrait of a disabled man in search of intimacy. DIR Martin Edralin. SCR Martin Edralin. CAST Ken Harrower, Sebastian Deery, April Lee. Canada.
HUMAN VOICE (VOCE UMANA) - Sophia Loren stars in this spirited adaptation of Jean Cocteau's one-woman play. DIR Edoardo Ponti. SCR Erri De Luca & Edoardo Ponti. CAST Sophia Loren, Virginia Da Brescia, Enrico LoVerso. Italy.
LIGHT - After suffering a devastating loss, a Lebanese man is challenged by a mother's request. DIR Yassmina Karajah. SCR Yassmina Karajah. CAST Ahmed Muslimani, Soad Karim, Timothy J O'Leary. Canada, Lebanon.
MAN ON THE CHAIR (L'HOMME SUR SA CHAISE) - Does the man on the chair exist? DIR Dahee Jeong. SCR Dahee Jeong. France, South Korea.
MASTER MUSCLES - Veronica and Efren take an explosive road trip through a strange America. DIR Efrén Hernández. SCR Efrén Hernández. CAST Jehina Malik, Efrén Hernández. USA.
MI NINA MI VIDA - The bustling crowds and noisy rides of the amusement park won't be enough to make Jack smile today. DIR Yan Giroux. SCR Yan Giroux. CAST Joël Henriques. Canada.
MIGRATION - Observe the migration patterns of a most unusual herd. DIR Fluorescent Hill. SCR Mark Lomond. Canada.
NDA - Man enacts legal fantasy. DIR David O'Reilly. USA.
THE OBVIOUS CHILD - Somebody broke the girl's parents. The rabbit was there when it happened. It was an awful mess. DIR Stephen Irwin. SCR Stephen Irwin. CAST Ron Masa. United Kingdom.
ONE YEAR LEASE - Brian and Thomas document one year's worth of their communication from their landlady, who has an itchy speed-dial finger and much to say. DIR Brian Bolster. CAST Brian Bolster, Thomas Harrington. USA.
PERSON TO PERSON - A stranger passed out on his floor after last night's party. Now she won't leave. At least it will make a good story. DIR Dustin Guy Defa. SCR Dustin Guy Defa. CAST Bene Coopersmith, Deragh Campbell. USA.
THE PRESENT - An Eastern ghost story with haunting implications. DIR Joe Hsieh. SCR Joe Hsieh & Ching-Chwang Ho. CAST Yu-Jane Liu, Pi-Li Yeh, Ming-Shiou Tsai. Taiwan.
RABBITLAND - Those brainless rabbits are completely fulfilled. Why should their votes matter? DIR Ana Nedeljkovic & Nikola Majdak Jr. SCR Ana Nedeljkovic. CAST Masa Mileusnic. Serbia.
RAT PACK RAT - Even Sammy Davis Jr. impersonators have it tough. DIR Todd Rohal. SCR Todd Rohal. CAST Steve Little, Eddie Rouse, Margie Beegle. USA.
SEND - The Internet can be a dangerous place for teenage girls. DIR Peter Vack. SCR Peter Vack. CAST Julia Garner, Jake Cannavale. USA.
SHIPWRECK - A tour de force rumination on the terrible tragedy that befell a boat carrying 500 Ethiopian refugees on October 3, 2013. DIR Morgan Knibbe. SCR Morgan Knibbe. Netherlands.
SILENT - A magical contraption brings the history of the movies to life! DIR Brandon Oldenburg & Limbert Fabian. SCR Limbert Fabian & Brandon Oldenburg. USA.
SLAP - A teenage boxer comes to terms with his true self. DIR Nick Rowland. CAST Joe Cole, Elliott Tittensor, Skye Lourie, Stephen Bent. United Kingdom.
SLEEPING GIANT - The chaotic nature of boys is captured in this lyrical coming-of-age journey. DIR Andrew Cividino. SCR Andrew Cividino. CAST Isaac Wiebe, Nick Serino, Reece Moffett, Zoey Sawdo. Canada.
SLUT - A young girl with love in her heart unwittingly attracts the attention of a murderous sociopath. DIR Chloe Okuno. SCR Chloe Okuno. CAST Molly McIntyre, James Gallo, Sally Kirkland, Kasia Pilewicz, Cody Beverstock. USA.
SOUND THAT - A few minutes spent looking for leaks in the infrastructure with the employees of the Cleveland Water Department. DIR Kevin Jerome Everson. SCR Kevin Jerome Everson. CAST Kaulee Miller, Mark Pottinger, Terrance Martin. USA.
WASHINGTONIA - The Washingtonia is the only palm tree whose heart is not devoured by the red beetle, because its heart is small and dry and no one likes small, dry hearts. DIR Konstantina Kotzamani. SCR Konstantina Kotzamani. CAST Mamadu Dialo. Greece.
WHITE MORNING - The violent little boys become violent little men. DIR Paul Barritt. SCR Paul Barritt. United Kingdom
WRONG NUMBER - Girl can't throw up. DIR David O'Reilly. USA.
YEARBOOK - A man is hired to compile the definitive history of human existence before Earth blows up. DIR Bernardo Britto. SCR Bernardo Britto. USA.
YES WE LOVE (JA VI ELSKER) - Four generations, each in crisis on Norwegian Independence Day. DIR Hallvar Witzø. SCR Hallvar Witzø. CAST Edvard Hægstad, Terje Ranes, Hanne Skille Reitan, Johan Fredrik Bergflødt-Johannessen. Norway.
YOUNG LIONS OF GYPSY (A CIAMBRA) - Over the course of one long night, a young Romani boy grows up. DIR Jonas Carpignano. SCR Jonas Carpignano. Italy, France.
AMERICAN INDEPENDENTS (8 titles)
10,000 KM - Alexandra and Sergi’s deeply passionate relationship is tested when it becomes long distance, with computer technology their only medium for communication. DIR Carlos Marques-Marcet. SCR Clara Roquet & Carlos Marques-Marcet. CAST Natalia Tena, David Verdaguer. Spain, USA.
BUZZARD - Slacker temp-worker Marty goes into hiding following a slew of self-designed scams in this acidic dark comedy from AFI FEST alum Joel Potrykus. DIR Joel Potrykus. SCR Joel Potrykus. CAST Joshua Burge, Joel Potrykus. USA.
FAULTS - A washed-up expert on mind control accepts an offer to kidnap a young woman from a cult in this assured indie thriller. DIR Riley Stearns. SCR Riley Stearns. CAST Leland Orser, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Beth Grant, Chris Ellis, Lance Reddick, John Gries. USA.
FELT - Amy, haunted by a recent trauma, plunges into the world of her art to create an alter ego as a coping mechanism. DIR Jason Banker. SCR Jason Banker & Amy Everson. CAST Amy Everson, Kentucker Audley, Roxanne Knouse, Alanna Reynolds. USA.
HAPPY VALLEY - The Penn State child sex-abuse scandal, and subsequent downfall of local heroes Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky, is examined in this insightful documentary. DIR Amir Bar-Lev. USA.
HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT - The Safdie brothers’ third narrative feature explores the lives of three heroin junkies living on the streets of New York City. DIR Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie. SCR Ronald Bronstein & Josh Safdie. CAST Arielle Holmes, Caleb Landry Jones, Buddy Duress, Necro. USA.
THOU WAST MILD & LOVELY - In this psychosexual drama, a young farm worker’s attraction to his boss’s daughter unearths dark secrets. DIR Josephine Decker. SCR Josephine Decker & David Barker. CAST Joe Swanberg, Sophie Traub, Robert Longstreet, Kristin Slaysman, Geoff Marslett. USA.
THE VANQUISHING OF THE WITCH BABA YAGA - This essay film finds a fertile metaphor for Eastern Europe’s changing relationship with the natural world in the Slavic folktale of witch Baba Yaga. DIR Jessica Oreck. SCR Jessica Oreck. USA, Ukraine, Russia, Poland.
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It is less than four weeks away to the beginning of the annual celebration of cinema - the 22nd edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE! Everything will start on Saturday, November 15th, with the grand Opening Gala that will go down in the Festival's history, for among various other attractions we will screen two amazing motion pictures that has already been named major cinematic events of 2014 and generating huge awards buzz. It gives us an immense pleasure to announce thatBirdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (dir. Alejandro G. Iñárritu, cin. Emmanuel Lubezki) and The Imitation Game (dir.Morten Tyldum, cin. Óscar Faura) will be the opening films of Camerimage 2014, adding splendor to the Opening Gala! Both screenings will be the official Polish premieres.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is a black comedy directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu, the filmmaker behind Amores Perros, Babel and 21 Grams. The film tells the story of an actor (Michael Keaton) – famous for portraying an iconic superhero – as he struggles to mount a Broadway play. In the days leading up to opening night, he battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career, and himself. The film stars Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton, Andrea Riseborough, Amy Ryan, Emma Stone and Naomi Watts.
Still from "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)",
Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures
The Imitation Game
The creative team behind Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) includes Academy Award® winning cinematographerEmmanuel Lubezki (Gravity, The Tree of Life), two time Academy Award® winning costume designer Albert Wolsky (All That Jazz,Bugsy), production designer Kevin Thompson (Michael Clayton, The Bourne Legacy) and two editors, Douglas Crise (Academy Award®nominee for Babel) and Stephen Mirrione (Academy Award® winner for Traffic).
The Imitation Game is based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing. The film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II. The films stars the phenomenal Benedict Cumberbatch (August: Osage County, TV series Sherlock) and Academy Award® nominee Keira Knightley (Pride and Prejudice).
Still from "The Imitation Game",
Courtesy of Forum Film Poland
The creative team behind The Imitation Game includes European Film Award nominated cinematographer Óscar Faura (The Orphanage,The Impossible), Academy Award® winning editor William Goldenberg (Argo, Zero Dark Thirty), six time Academy Award® nominated composer Alexandre Desplat (The Queen, Fantastic Mr. Fox) and BAFTA Award nominated production designer Maria Djurkovic(Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Hours).
The premiere Camerimage screenings will be held on 15th November in Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz. The screening of Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), which will also take part in the Camerimage Main Competition, will have its premiere at the Festival only a month after the U.S. wide release, and over a month before European wide releases. The special screening of The Imitation Game will take place only one day after the wide release in the U.K.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) will have its Polish release on 27th February 2015. Polish distributor: Imperial - CinePix Sp. z o. o.
The Imitation Game will have its Polish release on 16th January 2015. Polish distributor: Forum Film Poland
Both screenings will be a part of Camerimage 2014 Opening Gala, to which you need an invitation. However, subject to availability of free seats, we will admit holders of festival passes.
Montréal, Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014– Doc Circuit Montreal, North America’s only bilingual market is pleased to announce the programming for its 10th anniversary, taking place from November 15th to the 19th. This edition will offer a slate of new creative and professional development initiatives, including the Eurodoc pitch session and grant, a 3-day Talent Lab, and a day-long Transmedia Think Tank.
This edition begins with the pan-Canadian Doc Circuit MontrealTalent Lab, bringing together the most notable guest filmmakers and decision-makers for three days of informal conversations, workshops and skills exchange with emerging filmmakers. Seven participants will also be chosen for a tailor-made mentorship program, and a Peter Wintonick travel grant will be awarded to an out of province participant, courtesy of Films We Like. This initiative is made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
Eurodoc Pitch & Grant
Doc Circuit will collaborate with Eurodoc, one of Europe’s most pre-eminent training programs, to offer a Québec producer with a project in development showing international potential, a spot. Five finalists will be chosen for a live pitch at Doc Circuit Montreal on November 19th. Presented with the support of the Ministère de la culture et des communications, Doc Circuit Montréal will be awarding the pitch winner a $4000 grant (to be used towards registration and travel). In addition, Eurodoc will cover up to 60% of travel and accommodation costs.
Transmedia Think Tank
This year, in light of the undeniable influence of digital technologies on documentary practice, Doc Circuit Montreal will inaugurate a daylong interdisciplinary Transmedia Think Tank. Co-curated with Crossoverlabs, and presented in collaboration with the British Consulate-General in Montreal and the Canada Media Fund, the program will include a day-long story hack and short presentations exploring the tools, concepts and new approaches to collaborative and interactive creation. Mentors and speakers include: Hughes Sweeney (NFB), Boris Razon (France Télévision: Nouvelles Écritures), Opeyemi Olukemi (Tribeca Film Institute) and Gerald Holubowicz (Storycode, Paris).
Get In Sync!
Doc Circuit has undertaken a new collaboration with M pour Montréal, to present Get in Sync!, a master-class with three international music supervisors that will re-imagine the musical landscape of a documentary film using a bank of music put together from artists participating in both M for Montreal and RIDM’s Beat Box repertoire. The session will welcome Lynn Fainchtein, Heather Gardner Adamo and Jocelyn Brown.
Doc Circuit Montreal will once again present three intensive days of conferences, bringing our guests onto panels and into discussions looking at the possibilities and challenges at hand for the documentary community. This year’s themes will look to the future role of broadcasters, leveraging new technologies, impact producing, digital and alternative distribution strands as well as an overview of private and alternative funding. Hot Docs will also present a French-language focus of its audience study, while Doc Québec will hold its latest installation of “Assemblée de cuisine“ looking at the relationship between producers and directors.
For our 10th edition, we are pleased to welcome more decision-makers than any year previous, including many newcomers to the festival: Jeremy Boxer (Vimeo), Hannah Horner (Doc&Film), Jake Craven (GATHR), Livia Bloom (Icarus Distribution), Kornelia Theune (ARTE), Phillipe Muller (ARTE GEIE), Eddy Moretti (VICE Media), Tina Apostolopoulos (Bell Media), Charlotte Madsen (SVT), Mads Mikkelsen (CPH-DOX), Cíntia Gil (Doc Lisboa), Luciano Rigolini (ARTE, La Lucarne), Boris Razon (France Télévision : Nouvelles Écritures), Opeyemi Olukemi (Tribeca Film Institute), Annick Jakobowicz (France Télévision, Documentaire International), Marc Schiller (BOND consultants), Alice Apley (DER), Mark Atkin (Crossoverlabs). We are also happy to welcome many returning key decision-makers including representatives from: Sundance Film Institute, POV, MoMA, Union Docs and ITVS, Kino Smith/Blue Ice Docs, Blue Ant Media, Shaw Media, Knowledge Network and Superchannel.
Also new this year, will be a series of five “focus sessions”, allowing for more in-depth coverage of specific topics in smaller groups, such as: a master class on documentary series (with Knowledge Network and Canal D), legal aspects of music clearance (Willa Marcus, ARAC) and producing for the internet (case study with Remy Khouzam and Catbird Productions), producing with Latin America (with producers from Mexico and Columbia) and finally, a special theatrical distribution on demand workshop with GATHR (Jake Craven, Director or Acquisitions).
Some of our most popular activities from last year have also found their way back for another edition, including: micro-meet sessions allowing delegates to have small-group informal meetings with decision-makers, rough cut sessions where a project at rough-cut stage will have a private screening with a panel of decision-makers, and of course the Cuban Hat Pitch, back for another edition of pitching, crowdfunding and community building.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
North America’s only bilingual documentary market, Doc Circuit Montreal organizes an intensive schedule of business meetings and professional-development workshops that help directors, producers, distributors and broadcasters update their skills and launch new partnerships. Every year, more than 300 industry professionals gather at Doc Circuit Montreal to explore their shared interest in innovative projects and the issues facing documentary filmmakers.
The 10th annual DOC CIRCUIT MONTREAL will take place from November 15th to 19th, 2014.
More information: doccircuitmontreal.ca
Framed Film Festival returns to the Barbican for its third year over the weekend of 22 & 23 November with a packed line-up of fantastic films, events, workshops and activities for young cinema goers aged 4-11.
The stories in this year’s festival capture the world through childhood experiences: making friends, having adventures, looking after animals, being naughty and hoping not to get caught; as well as the desperate desire to be grown up and the frustration of being a kid in an adult world.
Ploddy the Police Car on the Case
Building on the festival’s reputation of bringing international cinema to children, Framed is excited to feature three films from Norway: Hocus Pocus, Alfie Akins, a delightful adventure film starring the famous Swedish children’s character created by Gunilla Bergström (who many youngsters will know from the popular App); Ploddy the Police Car on the Case, who feeds hot dogs to a newborn eagle; and The Christmas of Solan & Ludvig, in which inventor Theodore creates the world’s most powerful snow gun. From Holland, a chocolate-milk-loving moose in A Christmoose Story crashes Santa’s sleigh; and from France a new adaptation of Belle and Sebastian retells the story about the charming relationship between a boy and a wild dog, set along the Swiss-French border in 1943.
As ever the Framed Film Festival offers much more than a showcase of films, taking over the Barbican cinema foyer with creative learning opportunities through special events, activities and workshops, giving children the chance to watch, make and talk about films.
Opening Film - Sat 22 Nov 11am, Cinema 2
Watch this space… Title to be confirmed.
Ploddy The Police Car On The Case (Pelle Politibil pa sporet) (U*) (Norway 2013 72 min) - Sat 22 Nov 2pm, Cinema 2
Ploddy is assigned to guard the biggest attraction in the brand new wildlife park: an endangered eagle mother and her egg. However, when two thieves steal the eagle mother, Ploddy ends up hatching the egg under his hood whilst tracking down the thieves. Ploddy comes to the rescue in this brand new adorable animation.
Norwegian with English subtitles. Headsets with English translation available.
Age range 5+
A Christmoose Story (Midden in de winternacht) (PG*) (Netherlands 2013 81 min) - Sat 22 Nov 4.15pm, Cinema 2
Max is convinced Christmas will be extremely boring, but when a giant talking Moose crashes through his roof he is not so sure. The moose claims he was on a test-run with Santa, who he has to find otherwise nobody will receive their Christmas presents. Will Max help Moose and Santa fly again? A wonderfully funny family adventure.
Dutch with English subtitles. Headsets with English translation available.
Age range 7+
The Christmas Of Solan & Ludvig (Solan og Ludvig – Jul I Flaklypa) (U*) (Norway 2013 76 min) - Sun 23 Nov 11.30am, Cinema 2
Christmas is approaching, and what Ludvig wants most of all is snow. But when mad-cap inventor Theodore creates the world’s most powerful snow gun, it ends up in the wrong hands, and a raging blizzard ensues and Soren and Ludvig have to straighten things out all on their own. A charming family film.
Norwegian with English subtitles. Headsets with English translation available.
Age range 4+
Hocus Pocus, Alfie Atkins (Hokus Pokus, Albert Aberg) (U*) (Norway 2013 72 min) - Sun 23 Nov 2pm, Cinema 2
When he is not playing pirates, Alfie Atkins dreams of owning a dog but his dad doesn’t think he is old enough. Alfie is convinced he can use magic to make his dream come true but it is not as easy as he thinks. A delightful adventure film starring the famous Swedish children’s character created by Gunilla Bergström.
Norwegian with English subtitles. Headsets with English translation available
Belle And Sebastian(Belle et Sébastien) (PG*) (France 2013 104 min) - Sun 23 Nov 4pm, Cinema 2
A stunning new action adventure adaptation of Cécile Aubry’s Belle and Sebastian set along the French-Swiss borders in 1943, which explores the charming relationship between a boy and a wild dog. Threatened by Germans trawling the hills for members of the French Resistance and villagers hunting down a so-called ‘beast’, Belle and Sébastien must protect each other from harm in this thrilling children’s adventure.
French with English subtitles. Headsets with English translation available.
Age range 8+ (contains mild peril and threat)
Hocus Pocus, Alfie Atkins
Animation Station - Sat 22 & Sun 23 Nov 10.30am - 5pm, Beech Street Cinema Foyers
Children can come to this free drop-in with animator Reza Ben Gajra to create their own animated scene using stop-motion techniques. The station will be open all day in the festival for anyone to enjoy.
Recommended for 4-11 year olds
Green Screen Trailers - Sat 22 & Sun 23 Nov 10.30am - 5pm,Mezzanine Level, Main Barbican Centre
Calling all budding film stars. Children are being given the chance to star in their own film trailer. They can choose their adventure, get into costume and act out the scene of their dreams. Plots include travelling to alien planets, stopping an evil genius detonating a bomb or saving the world from a terrible curse, without leaving the Barbican! Participants can also take home acopy of the trailer which will give them the chance to show off their film and re-live their movie experience at home again and again.
Bookable slots from 11am - 5pm. Sign up on the day. Recommended for 4-11 year olds
Free to take part. Optional DVD £6.
With the Young Film Academy
Pop Up Media Studio - Sat 22 & Sun 23 Nov 12-4pm, Beech Street Cinema Foyers
A free, drop-in film studio bringing you creative media techniques on the latest digital film kits, time-lapse animation and a Vox Pops Booth where you can add your ideas to 1000 Londoners, one of the largest digital portraits of a city ever undertaken.
Under 18s £3
Over 18s £5
Prices vary. Please see individual events for details.
Younger audiences may find it difficult to keep up with reading subtitles, so the festival provide a voice-over artist who reads out the subtitles live via headsets.
The original language version of the film will be played in the auditorium. Children usually get so absorbed in the story that the translation does not obstruct their viewing pleasure. The films selected for the festival are screened in their original language with English subtitles. The films for younger children are not heavy on dialogue and are very watchable and have been chosen for their universal appeal that children will relate to.
Framed Flash Review sticky notes will be stuck around the festival cinemas so that audience members can write a flash review of all the films they see and stick them on special review boards.
Supported by City of London
With thanks to programming partner BAFTA
The Starz Denver Film Festival (SDFF), sponsored by Starz Entertainment and produced by the Denver Film Society, announced today its Red Carpet and Special Presentations for its 37th edition: November 12-23, 2014. Recognized as the Rocky Mountain Region's premier film event, SDFF attracts nearly 58,000 filmgoers and is widely recognized for presenting Academy Award® and Independent Spirit Award-winning films, such as The Artist, Black Swan, Brokeback Mountain, Nebraska, No Country for Old Men and Silver Linings Playbook - well before their collective accolades.
The Starz Denver Film Festival opens Wednesday, November 12 with 5 to 7, directed by Victor Levin and starring a standout cast of Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe, Jocelyn DeBoer, Glenn Close and Frank Langella. Morten Tyldum's World War II thriller, The Imitation Game, will be center stage for Big Night on November 15. Like Sunday, Like Rain directed by Frank Whaley and starring Leighton Meester, Julian Shatkin, Debra Messing and Billie Joe Armstrong will close the festival on November 22. The Red Carpet Matinee's will highlight documentaries Touch The Wall directed by Grant Barbeito and Christo Brock and Keep On Keepin' On directed by Alan Hicks.
"We are thrilled to invite audiences to 'step into the story' and experience each of these outstanding films," said Festival Director Britta Erickson. "From the romance of New York City and the suspense of World War II to two powerful documentaries with Colorado ties, the Red Carpet is not to be missed at the 37th Starz Denver Film Festival."
SDFF Special Presentations include: '71, Clouds of Sils Maria, Little Accidents, The Look of Silence, Red Army, Seymour: An Introduction, Two Days, One Night and WildLike.
RED CARPET PRESENTATIONS
Opening Night, November 12 (8pm), Buell Theatre
5 to 7 - (DIRECTOR Victor Levin PRODUCERS Bonnie Curtis, Sam Englebardt, David S. Greathouse, William D. Johnson, Julie Lynn WRITER Victor Levin CAST Anton Yelchin, Bérénice Marlohe, Jocelyn DeBoer, Glenn Close and Frank Langella) - Writer/director Victor Levin's debut is a complex look at a modern affair that offers insight into the unpredictable nature of life and the equally unexpected consequences of love. Outside the Manhattan St. Regis Hotel, Brian (Anton Yelchin), a young and single aspiring writer, inadvertently comes upon Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe), the elegant wife of a French diplomat and mother of two. Despite the brevity of their meeting and Arielle's marital status, Brian can't help but be drawn to her sophisticated allure, and the two become embroiled in a cinq-a-sept affair. But what begins as a casual encounter quickly develops into a deeper attraction, facing the couple with a complicated future and leaving them with the realization that love that cannot be contained between 5 and 7. Courtesy of IFC
Matinee, November 15 (2pm), Buell Theatre
Touch the Wall - USA - (DIRECTOR Grant Barbeito, Christo Brock PRODUCERS Grant Barbeito, Christo Brock WRITER Christo Brock CAST Missy Franklin, Kara Lynn Joyce) - Touch the Wall is the story of two Olympic swimmers - Gold-Medalist Missy Franklin and Silver-Medalist Kara Lynn Joyce - and their journey to the 2012 London Olympics. When the veteran Joyce joins teenager Franklin and her age-group swim club, everything changes. The veteran Kara finds a new start and a world-class training partner; Missy finds a veteran and older sister to learn from. Together they train, compete, and support each other until the pool becomes too big for the two of them. Thrown apart by coach and circumstance, they reunite at Olympic Trials to redefine what it means to win.
Big Night, November 15 (8pm), Buell Theatre
The Imitation Game - USA - (DIRECTOR Morten Tyldum PRODUCERS Nora Grossman, Ido Ostrowsky, Teddy Schwarzman WRITERS Andrew Hodges (book), Graham Moore (screenplay) CAST Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode) - Benedict Cumberbatch (TV's Sherlock) dominates in this biopic of Alan Turing, the British mathematician who broke the Germans' Enigma code, playing a major role in ending World War II. Imagine The Social Network set in 1930s England: a team of geniuses headed by the savant Turing, who must race against the clock to curb Nazi power. Norwegian director Morten Tyldum (Headhunters) gets a boost in his English-language debut from a strong performance by Keira Knightley. The story is told through flashback. We meet Turing toward the end of his life, reflecting on his impact on the war effort. At 27, he lands a job at a top-secret agency that's in the early stages of breaking the code. Turing, obviously beyond brilliant for the job, begins butting heads with everyone up the chain of command, until ultimately cracking the code. But the inspired mathematician's personal life eventually becomes his demise, through no fault of his own. Courtesy of The Weinstein Company
Matinee, November 22 (2pm), Buell Theatre
Keep On Keepin' On - USA - (DIRECTOR Alan Hicks PRODUCERS Paula DuPré Pesmen, Quincy Jones WRITERS Davis Coombe, Alan Hicks CAST Clark Terry, Justin Kauflin, Quincy Jones) - From his impoverished childhood in St. Louis in the '20s and '30s to a career that crossed paths with nearly every great jazz musician of the last 70 years, Clark "CT" Terry has amazing stories to tell. Deemed by Dizzy Gillespie to have the "happiest sound in jazz," Terry is featured on over 900 recordings, and counts as his students Miles Davis and Quincy Jones. At 93, Terry still teaches, plays music, and tells great stories. The film's emotional core is the moving relationship between young pianist (Kauflin), who lost his sight at age eleven, and Terry, who is losing his own. Keep on Keepin' On is directed by first-time filmmaker Alan Hicks, a drummer who was a student of Terry's and played in his band. This inspiring documentary is written and edited by Colorado's leading editor, Davis Coombe, who will be participating in a one-on-one conversation during the festival. Courtesy of RADiUS-TWC
Closing Night, Saturday, November 23 (8pm), Buell Theatre
Like Sunday, Like Rain - USA - (DIRECTOR Frank Whaley, PRODUCERS Fabio Golombek, James Jones, Jimi Jones, Danny Sherman, Uri Singer, Josh Kesselman WRITER Frank Whaley CAST Leighton Meester, Justin Shatkin, Debra Messing, Billie Joe Armstrong) - Actor/writer/director Frank Whaley shows a gentle and sensitive side in his latest feature, Like Sunday, Like Rain. The tale of isolation-turned-doubtful-friendship across age and class stars Leighton Meester (TV's Gossip Girl), Debra Messing (TV's Will & Grace) in a serious role, and Green Day's Armstrong. Reggie (newcomer Julian Shatkin) is a 12-year-old musical prodigy who has a hard time forming bonds with kids his age. He thwarts his mothers' pressure to normalize him. Living in an Upper East Side mansion, he's isolated from most of the world with nothing but his music to occupy his time. Eleanor (Leighton Meester) finds herself jobless and homeless after a drastic breakup with her rocker boyfriend (Billie Joe Armstrong). By chance she becomes Reggie's au pair, and through a bond of music the duo form a close relationship, altering both their lives.
'71 - UK - (DIRECTOR Yann Demange PRODUCERS Robin Guch, Angus Lamont WRITER Gregory Burke CAST Jack O'Connell, Sam Reid, Sean Harris) - A British soldier finds himself lost behind enemy lines one night after a riot in Belfast during the Northern Ireland conflict in 1971. Rising star Jack O'Connell (300: Rise of an Empire) bravely must find his way to safety while trying to distinguish friend from foe.
Monday, November 17 (7pm), Sie FilmCenter
Tuesday, November 18 (9:45pm), Sie FilmCenter
Clouds of Sils Maria - France/Switzerland/Germany - (DIRECTOR Olivier Assayas PRODUCERS Charles Gillibert WRITER Olivier Assayas CAST Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart, Chloë Grace Moretz) - Maria (Juliette Binoche), traveling to receive an award on behalf of the director who made her famous, learns he's died. She agrees to star in a revival of the play that launched her career. When a young actress gets the seductress role, Maria is cast as the doomed older woman and life's imitation of art becomes reality.
Friday, November 14 (9:30pm), UA Pavilions
Sunday, November 23 (1:45pm), UA Pavilions
Little Accidents - USA - (DIRECTOR Sara Colangelo PRODUCERS Jason Michael Berman, Anne Carey, Thomas B. Fore WRITER Sara Colangelo CAST Boyd Holbrook, Elizabeth Banks, Chloë Sevigny, Josh Lucas) - The lone survivor of a coal mining accident, Amos is caught between a rock and a hard place: speak truth or stay quiet and keep the town's economy alive. One accident leads to another, entangling three families in tragedy and ultimately in the liberating power of truth.
Sunday, November 16 (4pm), UA Pavilions
The Look of Silence - Denmark/Indonesia/Norway/Finland/UK - (DIRECTOR Joshua Oppenheimer PRODUCERS Werner Herzog, Signe Byrge Sørensen, Errol Morris, Andre Singer) - In Joshua Oppenheimer's sequel to his 2012 documentary The Act of Killing, about Indonesia's massacres in the 1960s, we follow Adi, whose brother was assassinated, as he probes former death-squad leaders about their roles. He seeks closure, but the perpetrators deny responsibility and relish in the horrors.
Friday, November 14 (6:15pm), Sie FilmCenter
Saturday, November 15 (9:30pm), Sie FilmCenter
Red Army - USA/Russia - (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/WRITER Gabe Polsky) - This incisive documentary about the dominating ice hockey program of the Soviet Union from 1954 until its collapse provides insight into a historical chapter that continues to inform Russia's leadership. Archival footage and contemporary interviews reveal the personal cost its stars paid for success.
Monday, November 17 (6:15pm), UA Pavilions
Seymour: An Introduction - USA - (DIRECTOR Ethan Hawke PRODUCERS Ryan Hawke, Greg Loser, Heather Smith) - Ethan Hawke's documentary paints a warm and inspirational portrait of Seymour Bernstein, the esteemed classical pianist, composer, author, and teacher. Describing his experiences through observations, recollections, and stories, Bernstein offers a glimpse into his intricate views on life and art.
Saturday, November 22 (4pm) Sie FilmCenter
Sunday, November 23 (4:45pm), UA Pavilions
Two Days, One Night - Belgium/France/Italy - (DIRECTORS/WRITER Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne PRODUCERS Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne, Denis Freyd CAST Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione, Pili Groyne) - Acclaimed Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, two-time winners of the Palme D'Or at Cannes, team up with Academy Award® winner Marion Cotillard for the highly anticipated Two Days, One Night. A timely, compassionate meditation on unemployment and the global financial crisis, the film depicts one woman's struggle to escape the jaws of the capitalist machine.
Saturday, November 22 (1:30pm), Sie FilmCenter
Sunday, November 23 (11:15am), Sie FilmCenter
Sunday, November 23 (4:45pm), Sie FilmCenter
WildLike - USA - (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/WRITER Frank Hall Green PRODUCERS Julie Christeas, Joseph Stephans, Schuyler Weiss CAST Ella Purnell, Brian Geraghty, Bruce Greenwood) - After running away from an abusive home in Alaska, fourteen-year-old Mackenzie (Ella Purnell) joins another lone traveler (Bruce Greenwood) in an unlikely alliance, helping to guide each other better than any map could. Director Frank Hall Green offers a story of salvation in his feature debut.
Thursday, November 20 (7pm), UA Pavilions
TICKET & PRESS INFORMATION
Advanced tickets ($12 DFS member/$15.50 non-member) for Touch the Wall only are on sale now at denverfilm.org or the SDFF main box office location at the Sie FilmCenter (2510 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80206). Individual tickets for all remaining films will go on sale to Denver Film Society members on Wednesday, October 29 and to the general public on Friday, October 31. The full 12-day festival program will be announced on Monday, October 27.
Advanced Red Carpet packages are on sale now and six pack tickets to any regularly priced films are on sale through October 26 at denverfilm.org.
Patron Packages are available for advanced ticket selection and to ensure seating at Red Carpet and Special Presentations. Contact Alison Greenberg to purchase a Patron Package at (303) 595-3456 ext. 229 or email@example.com.
Red Carpet Presentations will take place at the Buell Theatre. Special Presentation screenings will take place at UA Denver Pavilions Stadium 15 and the Sie FilmCenter.
To keep up to date with the Starz Denver Film Festival on social media: like the SDFF Facebook page, follow @DenverFilm on Twitter and join the conversation by using the hashtags: #SDFF37 and #stepintothestory.
The Starz Denver Film Festival (SDFF), sponsored by Starz Entertainment and produced by the Denver Film Society, announced today its full Festival schedule. The complete lineup of films for the 37th edition, which runs November 12-23, is available at denverfilm.org/festival.
Recognized as the Rocky Mountain Region's premier film event, SDFF attracts nearly 58,000 filmgoers and is widely recognized for presenting Academy Award® and Independent Spirit Award-winning films, such as The Artist, Black Swan, Brokeback Mountain, Nebraska, No Country for Old Men and Silver Linings Playbook - well before their collective accolades.
SDFF will screen more than 250 features, shorts, student films and music videos representing over 40 countries along with selections under Denver Film Society's signature programs such as Cinema Q, Stanley Film Festival and Women+Film. This year, SDFF shines a spotlight on cinema from Brazil, known for its widly diverse range of cinematic treasures. The annual "Focus On a National Cinema" program features 14 Brazilian films. Foxcatcher directed by Bennett Miller and Wild directed by Jean-Marc Vallée were added as Gala Presentations. As previously announced, Red Carpet Presentations are 5 to 7, The Imitation Game, Keep On Keepin' On, Like Sunday, Like Rain and Touch the Wall. Special Presentations include: '71, Clouds of Sils Maria, Little Accidents, The Look of Silence, Red Army, Seymour: An Introduction, Two Days, One Night and WildLike.
"Every November we launch what we think is a collection of the year's best films; American independents, insightful documentaries, world cinema selections and enlightening short works," says Artistic Director, Brit Withey. "The 2014 program, anchored by an incredibly diverse 14-film focus on Brazil, is one we are all proud of."
THE 37TH STARZ DENVER FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Foxcatcher - USA - (DIRECTOR Bennett Miller, PRODUCERS Bruna Papandrea, Reese Witherspoon WRITERS E. Max Frye, Dan Futterman CAST Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Sienna Miller) - Foxcatcher, the highly anticipated film from Bennett Miller, the Oscar®-nominated director of Capote and Moneyball, presents an unrelenting glimpse into the dark underbelly of the American Dream. The disturbing, psychological crime drama relays the true account of events leading up to the murder of Olympic wrestling champion Dave Schultz's in 1996. After famed wrestling brothers Mark and Dave Schultz fall under the influence of the wealthy John E. du Pont, they soon find he is a benefactor turned butcher. The film features an eclectic ensemble cast with Mark Ruffalo as Dave Schultz, Channing Tatum as Mark Shultz, and an unrecognizable Steve Carell as the sinister and schizophrenic John E. du Pont.Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
Wednesday, November 19 ( 7:00pm), UA Pavilions
Wild - USA - (DIRECTOR Jean-Marc Vallée, PRODUCERS Bruna Papandrea, Reese Witherspoon WRITERS Nick Hornby, Cheryl Strayed CAST Reese Witherspoon, Gaby Hoffman, Laura Dern) - This follow-up to Dallas Buyers Club from director Jean-Marc Vallée offers a uniquely female perspective on the human-versus-nature genre. Reese Witherspoon proved she could tackle a biographical role with her Oscar-winning 2006 portrayal of June Carter in Walk the Line. In Wild, she plays Cheryl Strayed, on whose best selling-autobiography the film is based. The story of why Strayed chose the lonely path is slowly revealed. The death of her mother, her divorce, and heroin abuse lead her to the 1,100-mile Pacific Crest Trail, where she learns the hard way how ill-prepared she is. All the while she presses on, furiously scribbling her experiences in her journal. As her character survives the elements and the potential threat of strangers, Witherspoon shines again.
Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures
FOCUS ON A NATIONAL CINEMA: BRAZIL
Each year the festival shines the spotlight on one particular country in order to illuminate its range of onscreen treasures. In the summer of 2014 as the world turned its attention to the spectacle that was the World Cup, we carefully explored the country's cinematic coffers and were delighted to unearth a robust, multi-faceted and history-laden collection of works that are imbued with the Brazilian spirit. A country that contains two of the largest metropolitan populations in the world yet holds the majority of the Amazon rainforest within its borders, Brazil's filmmaking community is as diverse as its landscape.
Queer Voices. Queer Visions. Queer Lives. Experience the best in films that convey every angle of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer rainbow through the Cinema Q program during the festival, as well as year-round.
Special DéjàQ Presentation:
Back by popular demand, Cinema Q Film Festival's Audience Award-winning doc returns with an extended panel featuring filmmaker Thomas Miller, former Boulder County Clerk Clela Rorex, current Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall and the History Colorado Museum.
Women+Film is a year-round program of the Denver Film Society that not only celebrates the art and achievements of female filmmakers around the world but also brings together an array of scholars, civil and human rights advocates, community leaders, and concerned members of the public to shine the spotlight on social issues through cinema and the dialogue it stimulates.
SPOTLIGHT ON COLORADO
Colorado's filmmaking scene continues to grow as a diverse and collaborative effort; each year increasing the number of films produced, and continuing to expand across the country both theatrically as well as receiving national and international festival berths. This year's Starz Denver Film Festival features a whole host of locally produced feature-length films and shorts.
ENVIRONMENT IN FOCUS
Environmental advocacy has become a powerful cultural touchstone; as such, it is a core concern for the 2014 Starz Denver Film Festival. The Environment in Focus program features six cutting edge documentaries that have the ability to inspire audiences to make a difference through their interactions with the natural world.
MUSIC VIDEO MIXTAPE
The Music Video Mixtape returns this year louder than ever. Featuring a selection of the best new music videos from around the world, this compilation features funny, provocative, and mesmerizing work within a wide range of music genres. In a post-MTV era, music videos are seldom seen outside of a computer screen. The Music Video Mixtape strives to rectify this loss if only for two evenings with surround sound and a big screen to jam out to.
This past year the Denver Film Society partnered with the Stanley Hotel to produce the Stanley Film Festival. This unique four-day event showcases classic and contemporary independent horror cinema all set at the haunted and historic Stanley Hotel in beautiful Estes Park, CO. To continue this spooky fun year round, SDFF presents Stanley Nights, an offering of horrific, bizarre, and at times darkly comedic fare throughout the festival. Save the date for next year's Stanley Film Festival, April 30-May 3, 2015.
The Denver Film Society's Filmmaker Focus offers a robust series of programs to support filmmaking in Colorado. Filmmaker Focus is in partnership with Colorado Film and Video Association and Colorado Office of Film Television Media.
Financing Your Project
Our series of industry-related panels continues with an informative look at organizations that help filmmakers realize their visions. Robert Denerstein will moderate a panel featuring Mynette Louie of GameChanger, a for-profit film fund devoted to financing narrative features by women; Jenni Wolfson of Chicken & Egg Pictures, a nonprofit film fund dedicated solely to supporting women documentary film directors; and Jason Berman and Molly O'Brien of Catalyst Films, which develops and produces nonfiction feature films, television and web content.
Saturday, November 15 (3:00pm), RedLine
The Business of the Art: A Conversation with Michael Beugg and Irwin Rappaport
Join Producer Michael Beugg (Up in the Air, Thank you for Smoking) and Entertainment Lawyer Irwin Rappaport (Zero Dark Thirty, The Grand Budapest Hotel) for an in-depth conversation on producing and packaging films.
Sunday, November 16 (12:30pm), RedLine
Music Composition Intensive with Charles Denler
Join Emmy®-winning composer Charles Denler for an in-depth look at composing the music that makes movie magic happen. Music is the unspoken narrative, a voice that guides the viewer into a deeper understanding of the director's vision. With nearly 200 film and television scores, and over 2,000 concerts to his credit, Denler's multiple Emmy® Award-winning music can be heard all over the world.
Sunday, November 16 (3:30pm), RedLine
Davis Coombe: The Editor's Art
Davis Coombe is the creative director of milkaus, an award-winning Denver-based production company and post-production house that specializes in documentary content. Coombe has worked as a producer, director, cinematographer, and editor. Robert Denerstein will highlight Coombe's role as an editor in a lively and informative program designed to enhance audience appreciation of the editor's art. Among the films Coombe has edited: Iron Ladies of Liberia, They Killed Sister Dorothy, the Oscar®-winning short Saving Face, and the eagerly anticipated Keep on Keepin' On. Coombe will show clips and discuss the editing choices that go into telling stories.
Thursday, November 13 (7:00pm), UA Pavilions
Prolific, influential and beloved by his audience, Roger Ebert became the best-known film critic in cinema history. Robert Denerstein moderates a panel that will examine Ebert's work, and his unique status as a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper critic who achieved fame and success on television, the popular Siskel & Ebert at The Movies. Our panel, which includes National Public Radio's Howie Movshovitz, critic David Thomson, critic Joe Leydon and perhaps a surprise or two, won't be turning thumbs up or down on Ebert, but trying to evaluate Ebert's criticism, posing questions about his role and discussing how celebrity can impact the critical enterprise.
Saturday, November 15 (11:30am), Sie FilmCenter
David Thomson Presents: The Drop
One of the most entertaining and provocative authors to write about film, Thomson brings sharp-edged insight to everything he does. In addition to contributing to major publications, Thomson is the author of numerous books, including "Moments That Made the Movies," "The Big Screen: The Story of Movies," and the incomparable "New Biographical Dictionary of Film: Fifth Edition." Thomson, who reviews for The New Republic, will present a special screening of The Drop, calling attention to the work of Tom Hardy, the British actor who Thomson regards as "one of the most dynamic and turbulent actors of the new century."
Saturday, November 15 (1:45pm), Sie FilmCenter
Women+Film: Film Fatales
This year, SDFF is proud to showcase some of the best rising talent among American independent female directors. In an area of storytelling traditionally considered a "boys club," these bold stories about women, made by women, use re-imagined genre elements to entrance the audience. I Believe In Unicorns, The Midnight Swim and Thou Wast Mild And Lovely juxtapose nature with female sexuality, be it entering into adulthood or child rearing, to visually explore the uniqueness or sometimes fear that goes along with womanhood. These three films boldly rethink narrative genre: I Believe In Unicorns; a fantasy, day-dreaming, road trip movie (using the beautiful play of light on 16mm and super 8mm film); The Midnight Swim, a family drama with a supernatural twist that follows three daughters reconciliation after their mother's death; and Thou Wast Mild And Lovely, a surrealist take on the horror genre where a farmer's daughter and the summer hired hand prove private thoughts, nightmares and the silences in between are the truly unnerving elements in a pastoral environment.
Sunday, November 16 (11:30am), UA Pavilions
25 Years Post Cassavetes
Hard to believe, but it has been 25 years since the Starz Denver Film Festival gave the first Cassavetes Award to director Steven Soderbergh, whose breakthrough sex, lies, and videotape transformed the world of independent films. Robert Denerstein moderates a panel that will look at the changes that have rocked the independent film world in the 25 years since the Cassavetes Award made its debut.
Sunday, November 23 (11:30am), Sie FilmCenter
EFP strongly boosts marketing and sales of European films at the AFM
European Film Promotion (EFP) is backing marketing measures of 38 films from 14 European countries at the American Film Market (AFM), which runs from November 5 - 12. 38 European sales companies are earmarked to receive Film Sales Support (FSS) totalling €120,000 for the marketing of each one film which has not yet been sold to North America.
Moreover, as an established and well attended European meeting point, EFP's Umbrella Office is being run for the 16th time at the AFM. Here, 23 European production and sales companies from 11 countries are setting up shop this year. The office is again located at Suite #863 at the market's headquarters in the Loews Hotel. In particular, small and medium-sized companies use the office as a base for their daily business.
>>> Read full press release on www.efp-online.com
Here is a video showing the best of the 62nd San Sebastian International Film Festival.
30 minutes of what the best moments at the Festival celebrated last September.
Video includes Donosti Award winners Denzel Washington and Benicio del Toro and great artists like Willem Dafoe, Jessica Chastain, John Malkovich, Pedro Almodóvar, Ricardo Darín, etc...
Please have a look and enjoy
Alejandro G Ińárritu,Yimou Zhang, Tate Taylor, Mike Leigh, Stephen Daldry and Jean-Marc Vallée are Among Distinguished Filmmakers with Works Screening in Competition at the 22nd International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography
CAMERIMAGE, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, now in its 22nd edition, today revealed the lineup of films selected for the festival’s Main Competition.
This year’s main competition boasts a distinguished and robust slate of acclaimed films from around the globe. The entries are:
· Alejandro G Ińárritu’s Birdman(The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance); USA, 2014; Cinematographer: Emmanuel Lubezki
· Yimou Zhang’s Coming Home (Gui lai); China, 2014; Cinematographer: Zhao Xiaoding
· Richard Raymond’s Desert Dancer; UK, 2014; Cinematographer: Carlos Catalán Alucha
· Lech J. Majewski’s Field of Dogs - Onirica (ONIRICA - Psie pole); Poland, 2014; Cinematographers: Paweł Tybora and Lech J. Majewski
· Krzysztof Zanussi’s Foreign Body (Obce cialo); Poland, Italy, Russia, 2014; Cinematographer: Piotr Niemyjski
· David Ayer’s Fury; USA, 2014; Cinematographer: Roman Vasyanov
· Tate Taylor’s Get on Up; USA, 2014; Cinematographer: Stephen Goldblatt
· Łukasz Palkowski’s Gods (Bogowie); Poland, 2014; Cinematographer: Piotr Sobociński Jr.
· Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan; Russia, 2014; Cinematographer: Mikhail Krichman
· Xavier Dolan’s Mommy; Canada, 2014; Cinematographer: André Turpin
· Mike Leigh’s Mr. Turner; UK, 2014; Cinematographer: Dick Pope
· Peter Brunner’s My Blind Heart; Austria, 2013; Cinematographer: Franz Dude
· Hany Abu-Assad’s Omar; Palestine, 2013; Cinematographer: Ehab Assal
· Stephen Daldry’s Trash; UK, Brazil, 2014; Cinematographer: Adriano Goldman
· Jean-Marc Vallée’s Wild; USA, 2014; Cinematographer: Yves Belanger
CAMERIMAGE’s prestigious Golden Frog, Silver Frog and Bronze Frog awards will be bestowed upon main competition titles representing the greatest achievements in cinematography. The festival runs from November 15th – 22nd in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
For additional details on the films and to view the Festival’s full competition lineup, please visit http://www.camerimage.pl/.
It was previously announced that Oscar® nominee Philip Kaufman (“Quills,” “The Right Stuff,” “Henry & June”) will receive the Festival’s coveted ‘Lifetime Achievement Award for Directing’ and five-time Academy Award® nominated cinematographer Caleb Deschanel (“The Right Stuff,” ‘The Natural,” “The Patriot,” “The Passion of the Christ”) will be the recipient of the Festival’s prestigious ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the 22nd edition of Camerimage, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography.
Now in its 22nd Edition, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE is the most recognized festival dedicated to the art of cinematography and is the biggest international film festival in Poland. The unconventional format of the Festival, which awards films according to their visual, aesthetic and technical values, is a unique alternative to traditional film festivals.
CAMERIMAGE proves to be a great forum not only for presentation but also for further development of international moviemaking and provides a platform for young filmmakers to explore new artistic areas.
In addition to the main competition, the Festival offers a Polish Films Competition, Student Etudes Competition, Documentary Films Competition, Feature Debuts Competition, Music Videos Competition, Camerimage Market, Camerimage Forum, special screenings and premieres, various reviews, retrospectives, meetings and also accompanying events such as art exhibitions and music performances.
Various presentations of modern film equipment and of the latest production and postproduction technologies (both traditional and digital) are also an inherent aspect of the Festival and have been organized with cooperation from companies such as Arri, Panavision, Kodak, Hawk, K5600, J.L. Fisher, Sony, Panasonic, KinoFlo, Technicolor, Canon and Zeiss.
CAMERIMAGE is an extraordinary event where art and technology meet, creating a unique and unforgettable atmosphere. Please visit http://www.camerimage.pl/ for more information.
Australian Revelations is a celebration of Australian film through a year-round, ongoing series of screenings and Geoffrey Wright’s 1992 classic Romper Stomper will headline the first screening on Monday 24 November.
Romper Stomper was nominated for nine Australian Film Institute Awards. A younger Russell Crowe won Best Actor in a Lead Role for his portrayal of Hando and the film also picked up AFI Awards for Best Achievement in Sound and Best Original Music Score.
The film will be introduced by The West Australian’s film editor Mark Naglazas.
We’re really happy to be launching this series with such a ground-breaking film” says Revelation Director Richard Sowada. “It’s lost none of its raw energy and nerve and is truly unique on the Australian film landscape – which is what we’re dedicated to celebrating.”
December’s screening will be the 1979 dystopian classic Mad Max and will feature a skype Q+A session with actor Steve Bisley, who played Jim Goose in this landmark Australian production.
Each Australian Revelations feature screening will be accompanied by a Western Australian made short film, providing opportunities for local filmmakers to have their work seen by new audiences.
Australian Revelations will screen at the new The Backlot Perth facility in West Perth and tickets are available via trybooking.com
SPIRIT OF FREEDOM: NARRATIVE & DOCUMENTARY
BIFF has held Spirit of Freedom as one of its themed categories since it's very first festival, eight years ago. Each film in this program explores the potential of the human spirit and how freedom affects - or is absent from - our lives.
NEW VISIONS - SPONSORED BY JETBLUE AIRWAYS
Our New Visions competition is a showcase for emerging artists, providing festival audiences with the opportunity to discover the next generation of visionary filmmakers. A Grand Jury Prize will be presented to the New Vision film category.
A short film is 31 minutes or less and often the only place where young filmmakers have the chance to explore story telling through cinema. Film Festivals are one of the few venues where multiple short films can experienced. BIFF is pleased to present one of the most interesting and diverse lineups of short films. A Grand Jury Prize will be presented to the Short film category.
Joel Zito Araujo
Juror | Spirit Of Freedom Narrative & Documentary
JOEL ZITO ARAÚJO is an award-winning Brazilian filmmaker. For over two decades, he has produced documentaries and narrative shorts dealing with social issues in Brazil, particularly the nation’s Afro-Brazilian population. His feature-documentary Cinderellas, Lobos e um Príncipe Encantado about sexual tourism in Brazil enjoyed a strong theatrical and community release. His documentary Negação do Brasil about the participation of black actors in Brazilian telenovelas won Best Documentary at the E Tudo Verdade film Festival. His feature-length narrative, Filhas do Vento brought together the largest black cast in the history of Brazilian cinema. The Gramado Festival award-winning film generated intense media attention and screened widely in Brazil and internationally including New York’s Film Forum and MoMA. Joel is the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation fellowship and has a PhD in Communications from the University of São Paulo and was a visiting scholar at the University of Texas, Austin.
Juror | Spirit Of Freedom Narrative & Documentary
Juror | New Visions / sponsored by JetBlue Airways
Lisa Kleiner Chanoff is co-founder of Catapult Film Fund (catapultfilmfund.org), which awards development grants to help launch documentary film projects covering a broad spectrum of issues, topics, and perspectives. Lisa, together with filmmaker Bonni Cohen, started Catapult in 2010 to provide impactful funding for documentary filmmakers with compelling stories to tell, and who are ready to begin fundraising for their projects. Catapult grants enable filmmakers to develop their films at an early but crucial stage, where funding can be otherwise hard to find.
Catapult grantees include: E-TEAM, Cinematography Award winner at Sundance 2014; THE OVERNIGHTERS, winner of the Special Jury Award for Intuitive Filmmaking at Sundance 2014; THE LAST SEASON, winner of the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival; CALL ME KUCHU, which took top prizes at Berlinale; Oscar-winner Freida Mock's ANITA, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival; THE GENIUS OF MARIAN, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival; REMOTE AREA MEDICAL, which premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Festival; and THE KILL TEAM, winner of the award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Festival. With Bonni Cohen, Chanoff Executive Produced ART AND CRAFT, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Lisa is a Co-Executive Producer of FRUITVALE STATION, which won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award for U.S. Dramatic Film at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, and is an Executive Producer of the documentary WATCHERS OF THE SKY.
Before founding Catapult, Lisa practiced law in San Francisco and with the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice in Washington, DC. After leaving law practice, Lisa received a master’s degree in Museum Studies and worked with several museums in the San Francisco Bay Area, including the Contemporary Jewish Museum, to design exhibitions and education programs.
Lisa has a long history of philanthropic involvement in education and the arts, as well as health and poverty issues. Lisa’s passion for early venture support has led to pivotal first funding of projects, ranging from poverty alleviation and education work in the San Francisco area to a school for girls and community center in the Kibera slum of Nairobi.
Lisa currently serves on the boards of Working Films and the San Francisco Film Society.
Filmmaker Residency Program
Bruno Chatelin’s background: Business School, Ad Agencies Director, Film Distributor, and digital pioneer and entrepreneur. Founder of filmfestivals.com
Bruno Chatelin, HEC 1977 alumni, began his marketing career with large international Advertising Agencies: Intermarco - Publicis, DMM Masius and JWT. He became a film distributor in 1985 working in France for Sony then for UGC 20 TH Century Fox from 1995 (Marketing Director and Managing Director) he has launched over 200 films.
He co founded filmfestivals.com web portal and social network listing festivals worldwide anc connecting film to festivals. He runs a consulting boutique Major Buzz Factory specialized in online and festival marketing for film. Prior to this he ran a Film School and Film Studio in Cherbourg, a TV production company in Tunisia where he produced “Who wants to be a Millionaire”, for ENTV the national TV in Algeria.
Filmmaker Residency Program
Laurie was born in Montreal, Canada and is of Hungarian heritage. She holds a fine arts integrative music studies with a focus on film and communication from Concordia University. Laurie is a film producer director, media entrepreneur and president of Musivision Films and director of The Montreal International Animation Film Festival – ANIMAZE. Laurie became the "accidental" film producer while working with the late animator Oscar nominee Ryan Larkin subject of the Oscar winning film Ryan. The result was Spare Change, Ryan's first film after 35 years of drug addiction and homelessness. This experience is the story of Ryan’s Renaissance produced by Musivision Films for CTVBellMedia. Laurie has produced animation and documentary films and has worked with Oscar winner Co Hoedeman and 3x Oscar nominee Gerald Potterton. Laurie is a multi-media artist with a practice as music composer, writer, and film director. Laurie is a regular contributor and videographer forfilmfestivals.com covering festivals such as Berlin, Annecy, Cannes and has worked as a producer and undercover reporter for Canada’s longest running investigative TV show The FIFTH ESTATE. Years as a vocal coach Laurie has mentored professional musicians and actors and ran a recording studio and has more than 246 songs in her catalogue. She is in development with her latest documentary film I Spy My Father and a documentary series The Icons of Animation while writing a treatment for feature film.
Filmmaker Residency Program
is a media entrepreneur and film producer based in Los Angeles. Overseeing projects ranging from micro-budgets to multi-million dollar productions, Helderman has produced 100+ hours of feature, television, commercial & music video productions. Educated at Lake Forest College in film, philosophy, & economics - Helderman brings a wealth of academic, practical and business knowledge to each project. In 2010, Helderman formed Buffalo 8 Productions to produce his feature film "The Alumni Chapter" which sold it's international rights to a boutique distributor and can be found on sale at Walmart, Target, Amazon and Best Buy. From there Helderman & Buffalo 8 oversaw feature productions while developing unique distribution strategies directly with sales agents. During this time Helderman joined Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions at Paramount Studios as a co-producer while continuing producing a slate of independent films under Buffalo 8. With a background in finance, technologies and entertainment - Helderman fosters development and perfected productions on a regular basis. Buffalo 8 Productions oversees features, commercials and television productions — from development, financing & distribution.
Juror | Short Film
A former President of The College of The Bahamas, Janyne Hodder is a leader in higher education, in education and in public administration. A Canadian citizen with permanent residency in The Bahamas, she began her professional career as a primary school teacher in The Bahamas, and has since effectively led institutions in Canada and in the Bahamas and worked with staff, students, community and volunteer groups, administrative boards, the private sector and governments with a focus on developing a shared vision, establishing performance goals, creating effective management teams and ensuring sound financial management. She currently works as an independent consultant with a strong interest in strategic planning, accountability, programme evaluation and the development of a culture of philanthropy. She has served on many boards in the sectors of education, health, arts and culture and the environment. She is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Bishop’s University in Canada and the Queen’s Jubilee medal in recognition of her service to communities. Throughout her career, she has maintained a major interest as hobby photographer and is an enthusiastic film viewer.
Filmmaker Residency Program
Juror | Spirit Of Freedom Narrative & Documentary
He started working with film in 1962, taking a film education at Laterna Studios in Denmark. He graduated in 1965, and after 10 years in the fashion industry, Tivi Magnusson returned to film as President of HTM Film (1975-1984). In 1984 he became President for Metronome Production, and was names Head of DR Television International in 1988. From 1990-1994 he was Executive Vice President in Egmont Audio Visual Group. In 1994 Tivi founded M&M Productions, where he is still President. Tivi has produced more than 50 films and TV-series, and has won numerous prizes and awards. Among others – 2 Oscars, 5 Emmys, 2 Silver Bears and numerous Danish Academy Awards “Robert”. He is a voting member of both The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, USA and The European Film Academy, and is a member of several film boards, ranging from funds to festivals.
Juror | Short Film
Ryan Scott Stubbs
Juror | New Vision / Sponsored by JetBlue Airways
Visual art has been a long standing passion for Duser. His distinct style is heavily influenced and rooted in street art, illustration and graphic design. While active in the graffiti world he attended Whittier College on an art scholarship, followed by a MA program at NYU and a Post Baccalaureate program at the San Francisco Art Institute. Upon completion at SFAI, Duser realized the true beauty of San Francisco. He set up a home base and studio where he continues to work. His work can be seen in many major cities through out the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. From outdoor murals to cafe's, restaurants, nightclubs, galleries and the odd museum appearance.
for more info: www.dusermania.com
Filmmaker Residency Program
A Los Angeles based film producer and co-founder of Buffalo 8 Productions. Taylor began his film career in 2005, at New York based Mannic Media, before moving to Los Angeles to study business, music, and film at the University of Southern California. Having also spent time in the corporate entertainment industry at Columbia Records and Interscope Records - Taylor brings both a creative and practical approach to business. In 2010, Taylor focused his energies to the independent film world and joined forces with Matthew Helderman to produce the feature "The Alumni Chapter" under the Buffalo 8 Productions banner, and oversaw the final distribution sale in Los Angeles. Taylor then shifted his focus to physical production as an Assistant Director and Production Manager for independent feature films. This production track enabled him to build a firm platform of practical set knowledge leading to superior management tactics and communication skills. Taylor's efficient, organized and passionate approach is crucial to building and maintaining innovative business models for Buffalo 8. Overseeing projects from development through sales, Taylor continues to manage company operations and sales outreach.
Tyre International Short-Films Festival will take place next November 8-11 at El Hamra Cinema, Tyre, Lebanon.
An event that will bring to Sour of Lebanon the work of artists coming from more than 12 countries, Arabic and European, aiming to promote culture and creativity and to create a space for the people to meet and exchange experiences on cinema.
Following the path, El Hamra Cinema activities continue with a new milestone, after the International Theatre Festival that took place last June at Tyre, it is the time for the First International Short-Films Festival of Tyre, an event that aims to promote culture and creativity and to create a space for the people to meet and exchange experiences on cinema.
Kassem Istanbouli, actor and director now managing El Hamra Cinema of Tyre, is organizing with his team at El Hamra a Festival that wants to bring a space where the work of independent film makers coming from different realities will be shown.
25 October is the time-limit for participants to send their pieces,not exceeding 30 minutes duration, post-produced in the last three years.Selected films shall be published by end of October 2014.
El Hamra Cinema was built in 1952, hosting the Culture of Tyre since then until the war abandoned the place. The Cinema had been closed for 30 years when Kassem Istanbouli and his team re-opened El Hamra and organized an International Theatre Festival that took place in the beginning of June 2.014.
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Dear filmmakers friends do not miss these Festivals in Focus. The next Blast is November 15 with more festivals to watch
Cash prizes are awarded to winning filmmakers; as well as a PARTIAL REIMBURSEMENT for those that are Officially Selected into the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival. Filmmakers from around the world are invited to submit films.
The coveted JDIFF "Feather" award, as well as CASH PRIZES are given in the following categories:
Submit in one of the Following Categories: Grand Jury $10,000 Cash Prize Best Documentary Feature $2,000 Cash Prize Best of Iowa $500 Cash prize Best Short $1,000 Cash Prize Best Feature $2,000 Cash Prize. Submit
03/26/2015 - 03/28/2015
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The Maryland International Film Festival is organized by filmmakers and marketing executives who understand the power of film and support the talent of the independent filmmaker. Our goal is to fill theaters to capacity, encourage the development of filmmaker networks including media, distribution and the association with other artists. MDIFF believes in the importance of giving back to the community and will be donating a portion of the proceeds to charities around the globe. - See more at: http://marylandiff.com I SUBMIT
The Nashville Film Festival 46th Annual April 16 - 25, 2015
The Nashville Film Festival is proud to bring the world to Nashville through a celebration of the diversity of the human spirit expressed through the art of film. In year-round programs, NaFF helps build a more informed, collaborative and alive community.
The call for entries for the 2015 Nashville Film Festival is now open. Make sure to enter your film today. We offer cash and prizes valued at over $54,000 and qualify Live Action, Animated and Documentary Short Films for Academy Award™ consideration. SUBMIT VIA WAB or use the Call for Entry 2015 .
The Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) March 25 - 29, 2015
Final deadline is January 30th 2015. Please submit via "Withoutabox"
The Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) is presented by the Sonoma Film Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, as a welcoming, entertaining and inspiring cinematic experience that supports and promotes independent films, celebrates the cultural diversity in the Sonoma Valley through film, and funds visual arts in education.
"2014" - 220 Filmmakers - 14 countries - 114 films
Named one of America's "Top Ten Destination Film Festivals," Sonoma prides itself on giving every filmmaker the royal treatment. Celebrated as one of the friendliest and most uplifting festivals on the circuit. SUBMIT
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival April 23 - May 3, 2015
EARLY-BIRD DEADLINE – November 19, 2014
Hot Docs (www.hotdocs.ca), North America’s largest documentary festival, conference and market, will present its 22nd annual edition from April 23 – May 3, 2015. An outstanding selection of approximately 200 documentaries from Canada and around the world will be presented to Toronto audiences and international delegates. Hot Docs will also mount a full roster of conference sessions and market events and services for documentary practitioners, including the renowned Hot Docs Forum, Hot Docs Deal Maker and The Doc Shop. In partnership with Blue Ice Group, Hot Docs operates the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, a century-old landmark located in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood.
New York Int'l Children's Film Festival February 27 - March 22, 2015
New York Int'l Children's Film Festival is North America's film festival for children and teens. Each year the Festival presents 100 animated, live action and experimental shorts and features from around the world plus retrospectives, filmmaker Q&As, workshops, audience voting, and an annual Awards Ceremony.
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The Cut, 2014, Fatih Akin
The Open Horizons section of the 55th Thessaloniki International Film Festival comprises films that, although varied in their thematic concerns and aesthetic approaches, create a multi-faceted portrait of the most recent and noteworthy international film production. Running in parallel, the Special Screenings section presents the newest additions in the work of renowned auteurs.
Some of this year’s most impressive films will be screened as part of the Special Screenings section: The Dardenne Brothers sharpen their unique style with Two Days and One Night, which is led by the formidable Marion Cotillard. From Russia, Andrey Zvyagintsev returns with his ambitious social drama Leviathan; while virtuoso Abderrahmane Sissako’s Timbuktu addresses Northern Mali’s occupation by Jihadists.
A Thessaloniki regular, Fatih Akin will visit the Festival to present his epic drama The Cut, that narrates the Armenian genocide and concludes the director’s “Love, Death and the Devil” trilogy. An enigmatic coming-of-age story of two teenagers lies at the heart of Naomi Kawase’s Still the Water that dwells on life, death and true love. Susanne Bier watches a young detective’s life collapse when a tragedy presents him with a serious moral dilemma in her powerful drama A Second Chance. Post-war Berlin becomes the setting for Christian Petzold’s Phoenix, a suspenseful tale of identity and betrayal with Petzold’s muse Nina Hoss in another extraordinary performance. Ole Christian Madsen also turns to the past to follow a turbulent love story from the 60s in his film Itsi Bitsi.
Ariane Labed stars in Lucie Borleteau’s Fidelio, Alice’s Journey (for which she won the Best Actress award in Locarno) as a sailor adrift in the ocean of her emotions, while Rinko Kikuchi sets on a treasure hunt with the film Fargo as her compass in David Zellner’s Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter. Multi-award winning A Street in Palermo by Emma Dante delves into the female psyche as two women’s egos (and cars) clash, whereas the female leads of 1001 Grams (by Bent Hamer), I Won’t Come Back (by Ilmar Raag) and August Winds (by Gabriel Mascaro) go through life-changing experiences.
Sexuality, love and relationships are, as usual, present in the Open Horizons program: In Sophie Fillieres’ If you Don’t I Will, Emmanouelle Devos and Mathieu Amalric go through a painful divorce, while 18th century poet Heinrich von Kleist inspires the dark romantic comedy Amour fou by Jessica Hausner. Love me by Hanne Myren, Something Must Break by Ester Martin Bergsmark and All Yours by David Lambert also contribute with different views on the themes of desire and identity, while Ruben Östlund’s revelation of a film Force majeure dissects a family to their moral bone.
The Currents section returns for a second year with a selection of experimental offerings. Based on a Guillermo Arriaga idea and curated by Mario Vargas Llosa, the portmanteau film Words with Gods links together nine films (directed by, among others, Guillermo Arriaga, Mira Nair, Emir Kusturica and Amos Gitai) that ponder over religion and faith. Christophe Honoré tackles the ambitious task of translating Ovid’s poem Metamorphoses into a film, Jose Alayon follows the adventure of a group of immigrant friends in the atmospheric Slimane, while Alexander Kott comments on nuclear tests without uttering a word in his silent film Test.
THE FILMS (the full list will be announced at the Festival’s press conference, date TBA):
A Second Chance / En Chance Til, 2014, 105’, Denmark, Susanne Bier
Leviathan, 2014, 141’, Russia, Andrey Zvyagintsev
Itsi Bitsi, 2014, 107’, Denmark, Croatia, Sweden, Ole Christian Madsen
Phoenix, 2014, 98’, Germany, Christian Petzold
Still the Water / Futatsume No Mado, 2014, 119’, France, Japan, Spain, Naomi Kawase
Timbuktu, 2014, 100’, France, Mauritania, Abderrahmane Sissako
The Cut, 2014, 138’, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, Canada, Poland, Turkey, Fatih Akin
Two Days, One Night / Deux jours, une nuit, 2014, 95’, Belgium, France, Italy, Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
1001 Grams / 1001 Gram, 2014, 88’, Norway, Germany, France, Bent Hamer
All Yours / Je Suis A Toi, 2014, 103’, Belgium, Canada, David Lambert
Amour Fou, 2014, 96’, Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, Jessica Hausner
Angels of Revolution / Angely Revolucii, 2014, 113’, Russia, Aleksey Fedorchenko
Artic / Artico, 2014, 78’, Spain, Gabriel Velazquez
August Winds / Ventos de Agosto, 2014, 77’, Brazil, Gabriel Mascaro
Between 10 and 12 / Tussen 10 en 12, 2014, 67’, Netherlands, Peter Hoogendoorn
Black Souls / Anime Nere, 2014, 103’, Italy, France, Francesco Munzi
Buzzard, 2014, 97’, USA, Joel Potrykus
Charlie's Country, 2014, 108’, Australia, Rolf De Heer
Difret, 2013, 99’, Ethiopia, Zeresenay Berhane Mehari
Dust on the Tongue / Tierra en la lengua, 2013, 90’, Colombia, Ruben Mendoza
Fidelio, Alice's Journey / Fidelio, l'Odyssιe d'Alice, 2014, 96’, France, Lucie Borleteau
Five Star, 2014, 83’, USA, Keith Miller
Force Majeure / Turist, 2014, 118’, Sweden, Ruben Ostlund
Free Range / Balaad Maailma Heakskiitmisest, 2013, 104’, Estonia, Veiko Ounpuu
The Gold Bug / El Escarabajo De Oro, 2014, 102’, Argentina, Denmark, Sweden, Alejo Moguillansky
I Won't Come Back / Ya Ne Vernus, 2014, 110’, Russia, Estonia, Finland, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ilmar Raag
If You Don't, I Will / Arrκte ou je continue, 2014, 102’, France, Sophie Fillieres
In Her Place, 2014, 115’, Canada, South Korea, Albert Shin
In Silence / V Tichu, 2014, 84’, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Zdenek Jirasky
The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq / L'enlevement de Michel Houellebecq, 2014, 92’, France, Guillaume Nicloux
Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, 2014, 105’, USA, David Zellner
Land of Storms / Viharsarok, 2014, 105’, Hungary, Germany, Adam Csaszi
Listen Up Philip, 2014, 105’, USA, Alex Ross Perry
The Little Death, 2014, 96’, Australia, Josh Lawson
Love Is Strange, 2014, 98’, USA, Ira Sachs
Love Me / Elsk Meg, 2013, 72’, Norway, Hanne Myren
Nagima, 2013, 80’, Kazakhstan, Zhanna Issabayeva
Quiet Bliss / In Grazia di Dio, 2014, 127’, Italy, Edoardo Winspeare
Refugiado, 2014, 93’, Argentina, Poland, Colombia, France, Diego Lerman
Silent Heart / Stille Hjerte, 2014, 98’, Denmark, Bille August
Something Must Break / Nanting Maste Ga Sonder, 2014, 82’, Sweden, Ester Martin Bergsmark
Speed Walking / Kapgang, 2014, 108’, Denmark, Niels Arden Oplev
A Street in Palermo / Via Castellana Bandiera, 2013, 94’, Italy, Emma Dante
Tales / Ghesseha, 2014, 88’, Iran, Rakhshan Banietemad
The Third Side of the River / La tercera orilla, 2014, 92’, Argentina, Germany, Netherlands, Celina Murga
Today / Emrouz, 2014, 88’, Iran, Reza Mirkarimi
The Way Out / Cesta Ven, 2013, 102’, Czech Republic, France, Petr Vaclav
Bypass, 2014, 103’, United Kingdom, Duane Hopkins
The Goob, 2014, 86’, United Kingdom, Guy Myhill
Memphis, 2013, 78’, USA, Tim Sutton
Métamorphoses, 2014, 102’, France, Christophe Honoré
The Princess of France / La Princesa de Francia, 2014, 65’, Argentina, Matías Piñeiro
Slimane, 2013, 60’, Spain, France, Morocco, José A. Alayón
Test, 2014, 95’, Russia, Alexander Kott
Words With Gods, 2014, 135’, Mexico, USA, Bahman Ghobadi, Emir Kusturica, Warwick Thornton, Guillermo Arriaga, Hector Babenco, Amos Gitai, Hideo Nakata, Alex De La Iglesia, Mira Nair
-TIFF Press Release-
Edited by Vanessa McMahon