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How I Ended The Summer, Youssouf Djaoro, Liana Liberato: Chicago Film Festival 2010 Winners

19 October 2010 3:52 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Stellan Skarsgård (second from right) in Hans Petter Moland's A Somewhat Gentle Man Chicago Film Festival 2010 Winners: How I Ended The Summer, We Are What We Are Main Competition The Gold Hugo for Best Film: How I Ended the Summer (Russia), directed by Aleksei Popogrebsky The Silver Hugo – Special Jury Award: A Somewhat Gentle Man (Norway), directed by Hans Petter Moland The Silver Hugo – Special Jury Award: We Are What We Are (Mexico), directed by Jorge Michel Grau The Silver Hugo – Best Actor: Youssouf Djaoro of A Screaming Man (France/Belgium/Chad) The Silver Hugo – Best Actress: Liana Liberato of Trust (USA) The Silver Hugo: Brother & Sister (Argentina), directed by Daniel Burman The Silver Hugo – Best Screenplay: Mahamat-Saleh Haroun of A Screaming Man (France/Belgium/Chad) Gold Plaque: Márta Mészáros in recognition of her career in international cinema, on the occasion of Last Report on Anna (Hungary) Silver Plaque: »

- Steve Montgomery

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The Award Winners: 2010 Chicago International Film Festival

17 October 2010 12:23 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – The 2010 46th Annual Chicago International Film Festival and Michael Kutza, Founder and Artistic Director, announced the competition award winners at a ceremony at the Pump Room in Chicago on October 16th. The Gold Hugo for Best Film went to “How I Ended the Summer,” from Russia.

Kutza made the announcements, along with Mimi Plauché, Head of Programming, and Associate Programmers Joel Hoglund and Penny Bartlett. The Pump Room is the legendary restaurant inside the Ambassador East Hotel in Chicago. The Festival’s highest honor is the Gold Hugo, named for the mythical God of Discovery.

International Feature Film Competition

’How I Ended The Summer’

Photo Credit: Chicago International Film Festival

The Gold Hugo for Best Film: “How I Ended the Summer” (Russia), directed by Aleksei Popogrebsky

The Silver Hugo – Special Jury Award: “A Somewhat Gentle Man” (Norway), directed by Hans Petter Moland

The Silver Hugo – Special Jury Award: “We »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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46th Chicago International Film Festival Award Winners

17 October 2010 10:16 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Best Actress award winner Liana Liberato

The 46th Chicago International Film Festival (Ciff 2010) Award Winners Announced

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Russia, Mexico, Norway, Germany and USA win top awards in Chicago …

Chicago, October 16, 2010 – Michael Kutza, Founder and Artistic Director of the

Chicago International Film Festival, Mimi Plauché, Head of Programming, and Associate

Programmers Joel Hoglund and Penny Bartlett proudly announce the winners of the 46th

Chicago International Film Festival competitions. The Festival’s highest honor is the

Gold Hugo, named after the mythological God of Discovery.

International Feature Film Competition

Gold Hugo for Best Film to How I Ended The Summer (Russia) for the brilliantly

acted and dynamically staged exploration of human nature under pressure. Director:

Aleksei Popogrebsky

Special Jury Prize shared by:

Silver Hugo Special Jury Prize to A Somewhat Gentle Man (Norway) for a

hilarious and deeply serious adventure into crime and, »

- Jeff Bayer

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46th Chicago International Film Festival – 1st 20 films announced

10 September 2010 9:20 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

The 46th Chicago International Film Festival is coming, and The Scorecard Review will be there will exclusive interviews, movie reviews and red carpet events beginning October 7, 2010.

Here’s the first 20 films announced for the festival. Below is the news release.

October 7 – 21, 2010

Chicago, August 25, 2010 – Cinema/Chicago is proud to announce the first 20 new films that will appear at this year’s Chicago International Film Festival. Among them are some of the most anticipated domestic and foreign films featuring well-respected talent and directors as well as the work of exceptional newcomers. From Slumdog Millionaire and Resevoir Dogs to Martin Scorsese and Werner Herzog, The Chicago International Film Festival has consistently brought the brightest and boldest new films and filmmakers to Chicago first. Audiences will be delighted to find that this year’s Festival will be no different. Below is just a taste of the more than 150 films that will be shown at »

- Jeff Bayer

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Movie News: 2010 Chicago International Film Festival Announces First 20 Films

25 August 2010 11:59 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Cinema/Chicago is proud to announce the first 20 new films scheduled to appear at the 2010 Chicago International Film Festival, October 7th – 21st. The Chicago festival continues to combine the films of established directors/talent with promising newcomers. Expect some foreign and domestic film surprises.

Screenings will take place at the AMC River East Theater in downtown Chicago during the October festival run. Festival passes are on sale now and individual tickets go on sale September 24th.

Gemma Arterton in ‘Tamara Drewe’

Photo Credit: Sony Pictures Classic

Here are the first 20 films slated for the Chicago International Film Festival in the announcement made on August 25th.

UK – ‘Tamara Drewe’

Director: Stephen Frears

When former ugly duckling Tamara Drewe sashays back into her hometown, life for her neighbors is thrown upside down. Now a devastating beauty, Tamara sets a contemporary comedy of manners into play using the oldest magic in the book: sex appeal. »

- PatrickMcD

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This week's new DVD and Blu-ray releases

18 June 2010 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Profound Desires Of The Gods

Eureka, Blu-Ray

With most films you can guess when they were made, to within five years, just by looking at them. Some films, however, are so locked into their own little world, so perfectly and unwaveringly delivered, that you'd be hard-pressed to date them with any accuracy. This near-forgotten classic from Shohei Imamura (better known for Pigs & Battleships and the incredible 1979 serial killer film Vengeance Is Mine) slides easily into the latter category. Released to mass bafflement and public indifference in 1968 after an indulgent 18-month production schedule, it looks and feels as if it could have been made any time within the past five decades. Set on a fictional island near Okinawa, the tale concerns a Tokyo engineer sent to oversee the construction of a well for a sugar mill. His encounters with a shamed local family provide a story that touches on both farce and allegory. »

- Phelim O'Neill

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