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2014 | 2010 | 2009

7 items from 2014


Line-up announced for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014

28 May 2014 9:45 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

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The full line-up has been announced for this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival, which runs from Wednesday 18th to Sunday 29th June. In total, 156 features from 47 countries will be screened, with 11 world premieres, 7 European premieres and 95 UK premieres.

The festival opens with the world premiere of British drug trafficking thriller Hyena from writer-director Gerard Johnson, starring Peter Ferdinando, Stephen Graham, Neil Maskell, and MyAnna Buring. The closing night gala is the international premiere of romantic comedy We’ll Never Have Paris, directed by husband and wife team Jocelyn Towne and Simon Helberg (best known for The Big Bang Theory). Written by and also starring Helberg, it features Melanie Lynskey, Maggie Grace, Zachary Quinto, and Alfred Molina in its cast.

We’ll Never Have Paris

The American Dreams strand highlights cutting-edge new works from American independent cinema. Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring featured last year, and now Gia Coppola »

- Josh Slater-Williams

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Berlin Film Review: ‘Cathedrals of Culture’

12 February 2014 6:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Wim Wenders was bitten by the 3D bug when he made his 2011 dance docu, “Pina,” and he expands the possibilities of the format still further with “Cathedrals of Culture.” Giving all new meaning to the expression “if these walls could talk,” this conceptual six-part omnibus invites half a dozen international helmers to imagine the personalities of various cultural institutions, lending voices to their unique designs while allowing cameras to explore the buildings’ unique architectural features in all their multidimensional glory. Such an overlong and only intermittently absorbing project wouldn’t suffer in the slightest if broken up across several nights for non-3D arts TV, where the otherwise taxing presentation will likely find its broadest audience.

If Walt Disney can delight children by making forest animals talk, who’s to stop Wenders from entertaining adults by anthropomorphizing six of the world’s most magnificent modern structures? The German director kicks »

- Peter Debruge

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Berlin: Download THR's Day 6 'Daily'

10 February 2014 9:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Hollywood Reporter's sixth issue from the Berlin Film Festival features a lively interview with seven directors attending this year's festival, plus more reviews and news from the market. Directors Roundtable This year's director roundtable featured: Michel Gondry, Volker Schlondorff, Stuart Murdoch, David Wenham, Fisher Stevens, Feo Aladag and Margreth Olin. They sat down with The Hollywood Reporter to discuss heartbreak, histrionics and learning to trust your gut. Aquamen Entertainment A collective run by Internet mogul Robin Li -- China's richest man -- is backing a new film production venture that will be run by Korean filmmaker Jeongjung Kim and Chinese producer

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- Rebecca Ford

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Kosslick talks Berlinale challenges

20 January 2014 3:47 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The return of the Zoo-Palast cinema to the Berlinale’s roster of screening venues is “the greatest challenge facing us this year,” according to festival director Dieter Kosslick.

Kosslick spoke exclusively to ScreenDaily less than three weeks before the 64th edition (Feb 6-16) kicks off with the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel on Feb 6, explaining that the festival will now have three centres throughout the city: at the Zoo-Palast where the Berlinale was based until 1999; at the Berlinale-Palast at Potsdamer Platz; and at the Friedrichstadtpalast in the former East Berlin.

“We now have a focus in the Western part of the city which is something we had always wanted: the Berlinale is back in the West! We have a balanced cinema situation in the whole of the city,” he said.

“We had to abandon the original idea of having the Friedrichstadtpalast only as a temporary venue while the Zoo-Palast was being »

- screen.berlin@googlemail.com (Martin Blaney)

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Berlinale 2014. Panorama and Special

18 January 2014 8:22 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

 Hoàng Phi in Nước (2030) by Nghiêm-Minh Nguyễn-Võ

The following titles join the previously announced films screening as part of the Panorama section:

Asabani Nistam! (I'm Not Angry!), (Reza Dormishian), Iran - International Premiere

Blind, (Eskil Vogt), Norway / Netherlands - European Premiere

Difret, (Zeresenay Berhane Mehari), Ethopia - European Premiere

Fieber (Fever), (Elfi Mikesch), Luxembourg / Austria - World Premiere

Güeros, (Alonso Ruízpalacios), Mexico - World Premiere

Highway, (Imtiaz Ali), India - World Premiere

Ieji (Homeland), (Nao Kubota), Japan - World Premiere

In Grazia di Dio (Edoardo Winspeare), Italy - World Premiere

Love Is Strange, (Ira Sachs), USA - International Premiere

Mo Jing (That Demon Within), (Dante Lam), Hong Kong, China - World Premiere

Na kathese ke na kitas (Standing Aside, Watching), (Yorgos Servetas), Greece - European Premiere

Night Flight, (LeeSong Hee-il), Republic of Korea - World Premiere

Nước (2030), (Nghiêm-Minh Nguyễn-Võ), Vietnam - World Premiere

Patardzlebi (Brides), (Tinatin Kajrishvili), Georgia / France

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Berlinale Special nabs nine world premieres

17 January 2014 3:33 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

World premieres include A Long Way down, starring Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul and Pierce Brosnan, and The Two Faces of January, the directorial debut of Drive screenwriter Hossein Amini starring Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.

The Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 6-16) has unveiled the 18-strong line-up for its Berlinale Special strand, including nine world premieres.

Stand-outs in the list include the world premiere of A Long Way Down, an adaptation of Nick Hornby’s bestseller about four people who meet on New Year’s Eve and form a surrogate family to help one another weather the difficulties of their lives. It stars Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette and Imogen Poots.

Also receiving its world premiere will be con artist thriller The Two Faces of January, the directorial debut of Drive screenwriter Hossein Amini, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Inside Llewyn DavisOscar Isaac.

Mexican actor Diego Luna »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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Berlin Film Festival Unveils Berlinale Special Lineup

17 January 2014 3:24 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — The Berlin Film Festival has unveiled its Berlinale Special program, which contains 18 pics, including nine world premieres.

As previously announced, the selection includes the world premiere of comedy “A Long Way Down” (picture), directed by Pascal Chaumeil, who had a breakout hit with “HeartBreaker.”

A Long Way Down,” which toplines Pierce Brosnan and Toni Collette, starts with a chance encounter between several people who plan to commit suicide on New Year’s Eve. It is adapted from the novel by Nick Hornby, and produced by Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey, who also produced “An Education.”

Also world premiering is World War II drama “Diplomacy” from director Volker Schlondorff, who won an Oscar with “The Tin Drum.” It centers on the efforts of Swedish diplomat Raoul Nordling, played by Andre Dussollier, to persuade German general Dietrich von Choltitz, played by Niels Arestrup, to ignore Adolf Hitler’s orders to destroy »

- Leo Barraclough

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