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Alonso Ruizpalacios’ “Gueros,” Rigoberto Perezcano’s “Carmin Tropical” and Max Zunino’s “Open Cage” will compete in the exquisitely curated Feature Film Program at Mexico’s 6th ArteCareyes Film and Arts Festival.
“A cultural festival” and “multidiscipline platform” promoting “the artistic content” of films and presenting new talents in music and contemporary art, per fest founder-director Filippo Brignone, ArteCareyes unspools March 4-8.
It also features a Careyes Creation Lab led by legendary New German Cinema director Volker Schlondorff and attended by some of the boldest contemporary talents in Mexican filmmaking. Another highlight, Direct From Fest, sees a special screening of Jim Strause’s “People, Places, Things,” chosen and presented by Sundance Festival director John Cooper.
Famed as a composer (“The Draughtsman’s Contract,” “The Piano”), Michael Nyman will receive fest’s 2015 Tane Tribute and introduce an anthology of his video work as well as an exhibition of his photos.
- John Hopewell
Fernando Eimbcke, Olga Kurylenko and Joshua Oppenheimer will make up the Best First Feature Award jury at this year's Berlinale. More announcements today: Forum Special Screenings will include Tatiana Brandrup's Cinema: A Public Affair, Alejandro Galindo's Cuatro contra el mundo (Four Against the World, 1950), Leo Hurwitz's Strange Victory (1948), Louis de Witt's Joe Bullet (1973) and three newly restored films by Kon Ichikawa. Generation Kplus has added "Sonthar Gyal’s touching story of a family," Gtsngbo (River), "set in the Tibetan steppe," to its lineup. Also added is Levan Akin's Cirkeln (The Circle). » - David Hudson »
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