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Chicago – We’re back with week two of the 13th Annual EU Film Festival at the Siskel Film Center, one of the best film events of the year in the Windy City. If you missed part one of our coverage, and want to relive highlights of last week, check it out here. On to week two…
This year’s edition, running from March 5th to April 1st, includes high profile films from world renowned filmmakers like Peter Greenaway, Jacques Rivette, Neil Jordan, Catherine Breillat, Amos Gital, Bruno Dumont, Jan Hrebejk and Caroline Link. Moviegoers should take note of the fact that several of these titles won’t be screened outside of the EU festival in Chicago, making their appearance here all the more priceless.
The 13th Annual European Union Film Festival includes 59 feature films, all of which are making their Chicago premiere. If you’ve had your fill with Hollywood, »
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Aleksandra grew up in small town Slovania but at 23, she was ready for a new life. She packs up and moves to Ljubljana in hopes of starting her life amongst the hustle and bustle of the big city but it’s not easy. In an attempt to further her new life she answers an ad that leads her down the road of the sex trade. Now a high-priced call girl servicing tourists who come into town on short visits, she becomes entrenched in trouble when a politician client dies of a heart attack on her watch.
Damjan Kozole’s thriller A Call Gil (“Slovenka”) had it’s international premiere at Tiff last year and since then has been making the rounds to various other film festivals and critical acclaim. So much so that the thriller has been picked up for Us distribution later this year by Film Movement.
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Film Movement are re-teaming with Slovenia helmer Damjan Kozole on a contemporary drama about the world's oldest profession. After including his 2003 short Spare Parts on one of their DVD releases, the company has picked up Kozole's "Slovenian Girl" - a title that received a North American debut at Tiff last September, and which will receive a second quarter release going by the title of A Call Girl. - Film Movement are re-teaming with Slovenia helmer Damjan Kozole on a contemporary drama about the world's oldest profession. After including his 2003 short Spare Parts on one of their DVD releases, the company has picked up Kozole's "Slovenian Girl" - a title that received a North American debut at Tiff last September, and which will receive a second quarter release (here is what they have on tap in 2010) going by the title of A Call Girl. Growing up in small-town Slovenia, 23 year-old »
3 items from 2010
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