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DVD Review: ‘Young Goethe in Love’ Enchants With Bittersweet Romance

3 May 2012 6:37 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – “Young Goethe in Love” is not the sort of title guaranteed to send American audiences to the theater in droves. For one thing, the title sounds too much like “Shakespeare in Love,” though its original German title, “Goethe!” sounds like a giddy musical along the lines of “Oliver!” Perhaps Goethe’s name should’ve been cut from the title altogether and relegated to a snappy tagline like, “Love Can Cometh and Goethe in an Instant.”

Thankfully, a poorly titled and under-marketed cinematic gem can find the audience it deserves with the help of good critical buzz, and here’s hoping that will happen to Philipp Stölzl’s irresistible 2010 period romance upon its DVD realease. The future master of Weimer Classicism was a mere 23-year-old when he first penned 1774’s “The Sorrows of Young Werner,” which heavily influenced the subsequent Romantic literary movement, as well as inspire a wave of »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Daily Briefing. Sf Int'l Asian American Ff 2012 + More

8 March 2012 3:42 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, opening today and running through March 18, turns 30 this year. "Highlights of 2012's anniversary line-up include an in-person tribute to Joan Chen, a pair of world premieres from the talents behind Colma: The Musical, and Patrick Wang's In the Family, one of the most acclaimed American indies from last year," writes Michael Hawley in an extensive overview. And Michael Guillén interviews Wang at the Evening Class.

For the Bay Guardian's Kimberly Chun, Sfiaaff "seems to be in the throes of a youth movement." More previews come from Peter Martin (Twitch) and Kelly Vance (East Bay Express).

Los Angeles. The Beauty of the Long Day: An In-Person Terence Davies Tribute happens Sunday and Monday at the Aero Theater and Doug Cummings has a preview in the La Weekly.

Seattle. In the Stranger, Charles Mudede argues (briefly) that the Dreileben trilogy, Christian Petzold's Beats Being Dead, »

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A Separation, Tom Cullen: International Cinephile Society Awards

22 February 2012 11:48 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Chris New, Tom Cullen in Andrew Haigh's Weekend Anna Paquin, Terrence Malick: Cinephile Society Winners Best Picture 01. A Separation  02. The Tree of Life  03. Mysteries of Lisbon  04. Certified Copy  05. Weekend  06. Margaret  07. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives  08. Drive 09. Meek's Cutoff 10. Hugo 11. Melancholia Best Director Terrence MalickThe Tree of Life Runner-up: Asghar Farhadi – A Separation  Best Film Not In The English Language  01. A Separation 02. Mysteries of Lisbon 03. Certified Copy 04. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives  05. The Skin I Live In 06. Poetry  07. House of Pleasures 08. Le Havre  09. Le Quattro Volte  10. Of Gods and Men  Best Actor Tom CullenWeekend  Runner-up: Peyman Moaadi – A Separation  Best Actress Anna PaquinMargaret Runner-up: Juliette BinocheCertified Copy Best Supporting Actor  Brad PittThe Tree of Life Runner-up: Shahab Hosseini – A Separation  Best Supporting Actress J. Smith-CameronMargaret Runner-up: Jessica ChastainTake Shelter Best Original Screenplay  A Separation – Asghar Farhadi »

- Andre Soares

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Matthew Lee's 2011 In Film: Fashionably Late

16 January 2012 4:40 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

What's that? It's been 2012 for weeks already? Christ, I'd better get this list finished, hmmm?It was a strange year for film, to be honest, at least from my point of view. I don't think I saw a single mainstream release in the cinema, and most of the recent films I saw were when I was playing catchup for everything I missed in 2010. Still, it was an eventful twelve months - I might not have rated this top ten quite as highly as previous years, but whether through festival screenings or import DVDs it still featured some unforgettable movies.Matthew Lee's Top Ten of 201110: The Mill and the Cross (Lech Majewski, Poland, 2011)It's all too easy for filmmakers to get carried away with exploring »

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GoDigital Ramps Up Digital Distribution Plans

11 January 2012 12:00 PM, PST | Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal | See recent Speakeasy/Wall Street Journal news »

Digital and video-on-demand distribution company GoDigital said Tuesday it was acquiring one of their primary VOD competitors, Might Entertainment.

As part of the deal, GoDigital will absorb Might Entertainment’s library, as well as the company’s cable, satellite and and broadband VOD distribution deal with Lionsgate Entertainment, giving the company a combined library catalog of over 1,000 films.

GoDigital currently distributes over 300 titles a year through its distribution relationships with platforms that include iTunes, Hulu, Netflix, Playstation and Vudu. It »

- Michelle Kung

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Daily Briefing. New Journals and Lists

3 January 2012 1:53 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Marthe Keller in Black Sunday (1977)

Catherine Grant's post-holiday return to blogging and tweeting has reminded me that some of her invaluable pointers to online resources over the past couple of weeks slipped right on past me during the year-end crunch. High time to catch up:

The new World Picture, #6, bears the ominous title "Wrong."

"The Disgust Issue" of Film-Philosophy. In her introduction, guest editor Tina Kendall notes an increasing interdisciplinary "concern with thinking through the relations between bodily sensation, emotion, and cognition (especially as these are mediated by films and other cultural forms), and with probing the political, moral, and ethical implications that arise from those particular conditions of embodiment."

The second issue of Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image.

Stoffel Debuysere has collected and posted hours of video from Goodbye Cinema, Hello Cinephilia, an event that took place in October in Brussels. The talks and discussions are led by Adrian Martin, »

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Cinema Eye And Filmmaker Announce 2012 Heterodox Award Nominees

3 January 2012 8:34 AM, PST | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Here’s the just issued press release announcing the nominees for the 2011 Heterodox Award, given by Cinema Eye Honors and sponsored by Filmmaker.

New York – The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking today announced the five nominees for its second annual Cinema Eye Heterodox Award, sponsored by Filmmaker Magazine. The 2012 Heterodox Award will be presented at the Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking on January 11 at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, New York.

The Cinema Eye Heterodox Award honors a narrative film that imaginatively incorporates nonfiction strategies, content and/or modes of production. These films illuminate the formal possibilities of nonfiction filmmaking while raising provocative questions about on-going documentary orthodoxy and the perceived boundaries between narrative and nonfiction filmmaking. Last year’s inaugural Heterodox Award went to Matt Porterfield’s Putty Hill.

“As more and more nonfiction films integrate artistic fictional devices and narrative structures, and »

- Scott Macaulay

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