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The International Film Festival of India (Iffi) today announced that music maestro A. R. Rahman will be the Chief Guest of closing ceremony of Iffi 2015. The festival also announced Argentina‘s Oscar entry and this year’s biggest Argentinean box office hit-The Clan (El Clan) as the Closing Film of Iffi 2015. Directed by Pablo Trapero, The Clan has set new record for the best opening ever of an Argentinean movie. Directed by Academy Award winner Tom Hooper, Danish Girl will be the mid fest film.
With each edition, the biggest film festival of India is creating new benchmarks of content, films, and achievements. The 46th edition of the film festival will be held from November 20 to 30 in Goa. The festival will screen a variety of brilliant national and international films in different sections including World Cinema section that will present 187 films from 89 countries and Indian Panorama section, which will bring »
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The full content listing for the upcoming WWE DVD and Blu-ray set on the life and death of Owen Hart has been revealed, courtesy of the Wrestling DVD Network. The list includes all chapter titles for the documentary feature on disc one, as well as all extras, including the full list of matches selected for the package.
Bret Hart recently commented on the documentary portion of the set, sounding very pessimistic about the chances that the documentary will do a good job telling the full story of his brother’s life. Bret believes that WWE is having to walk on egg shells to cater to Owen’s widow, Martha, who is not supporting the DVD release.
Bret told the Fight Network:
“I’m looking forward to it but I’m not really optimistic that it’s going to be a great job. Martha handcuffed them so much. I »
- Ryan Droste
He was the Dogme auteur who had the world at his feet, then it all fell apart. Thomas Vinterberg talks about hitting rock bottom, splitting up with Lars Von Trier – and what a ‘Danish handshake’ really means
Two decades ago, Thomas Vinterberg came roaring out of Denmark, a precocious, brilliant brat whose second feature, Festen, electrified audiences worldwide and put the Dogme movement on the map. But Festen is ancient history now – Vinterberg has since experienced the bitter taste of failure, both artistic and personal. But against all odds, he is returning as a confident, comfortable lion, with a big fat period adaptation under his belt. Far From the Madding Crowd, based on the Thomas Hardy novel – by way of a script by David Nicholls – stars Carey Mulligan and is produced by British film industry titans Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich. Born and bred in Denmark, Vinterberg might be a »
- Andrew Pulver
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