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The nation.s biggest and one of the largest in the world, The Golden Elephant 17th International Children.s Film Festival, came to a close Sunday amidst much fanfare in this historic city of Hyderabad.Over six days, close to 154 films from 38 countries were screened across 13 theatres in the city. At the final count, over 175,000 children from the nooks and corners of India and hundreds from across the world watched films, attended workshops and interacted with filmmakers who had come from the world over.The festival was organised by the Children.s Film Society, India (Cfsi) and the Andhra Pradesh government.Speaking to Ians, Cfsi chairperson Nandita Das said: .The festival has raised the bar when it comes to children.s film festival anywhere in the world. It will be a tough act to follow even for us..The festival was not bereft of its share of problems, mostly with the screenings. »
The lights are about to go down, and the stars are getting ready to shine.
The 20th Annual Stella Artois St. Louis International Film Festival (Sliff) will be held Nov. 10-20. Sliff will screen nearly 400 films: 257 shorts, 89 features and 53 documentaries. This year.s festival features a record 205 programs, with 43 countries represented. The fest will host more than 100 filmmakers and related guests.
The festival opens with the St. Louis premiere of .The Artist,. the major hit of the festival circuit, a black-and-white silent romance about the arrival of the sound era in Hollywood that costars St. Louis native son John Goodman.
Other prominent films featured in the festival include .The Descendents,. .Jeff, Who Lives at Home,. .A Dangerous Method,. .Shame,. .Coriolanus,. .In Darkness,. .Butter,. .We Need to Talk About Kevin,. and .I Melt With You. »
- Michelle McCue
Issues #1-5 of Sweet Tooth introduced us to an innocent young boy with antlers, who was thrust into a world he didn’t know to face a fate he didn’t ask for. It’s an Ugly Duckling story set in a world mixed between Children of Men and The Walking Dead. However, this story is anything but cliché post-apocalyptic tale. Jeff Lemire created something bold and unique when he mixed his expressively grizzled artwork with a suspenseful, page-turning story. Oh, and the dialogue is outstanding too.
Sweet Tooth Vol. 2: In Captivity collects issues #6-11 of the Vertigo comic series. In Vol. 1, we were introduced to Gus, the boy with antlers who lost his loving father –the only person he ever knew. Shortly after breaking into the wild, he is discovered and rescued by a hardened man named Jepperd. He had a rifle and a fighter’s spirit. Gus »
3 items from 2011
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