sábado, 18 de septiembre de 2010

Haifa-Israel: 26 Festival Internacional de Cine - 26th Haifa International Film Festival-23-30.9.10-SUCOT








touscoprod August 27, 2009




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DEL DIARIO 'HAARETZ'

Eight Israeli movies running for best feature film as Haifa festival launches
A.B. Yehoshua book adaptation among movies to be screened at this year's film festival.
By Nirit Anderman

Eight movies are in the running for this year's best Israeli feature film award at the Haifa International Film Festival, which opens on September 23. Two of the eight are also being considered for the Ophir Award for best picture.

"The Human Resources Manager," a film adaptation of a book by A.B. Yehoshua and directed by Eran Riklis, and "Mabul," which was directed by Guy Nattiv and stars Ronit Elkabetz, Tzachi Grad and Michael Moshonov, are being screened at the festival and are also candidates for the top prize in Israeli film.

At the festival's opening ceremony in Haifa, Elkabetz will be presented a lifetime achievement award for her contribution to Israeli film. The Israel Film Fund will also receive an award to mark its 30th anniversary.

The other six movies competing for the title of best feature film are "Man Without a Cell Phone," directed by Sameh Zoabi; "Dusk," which was directed by Alon Zingman; "Naomi," which was directed by Eitan Zur and based on the book by Edna Mazi; "Je t'aime, I love you terminal," a film directed by Dani Menkin; "Nika," directed by Arnon Tzadok; and "Black Bullet," which was directed by Haim Bouzaglo.

In addition, 12 films will be considered for the best Israeli documentary. They include "One on One," by director Dori Rivkin; "The Lady of the Court," which was directed by Amnon Binyamin; "In Third Person," which was directed by Artur Yakobov and Sharon Atias; "When Israel Went Out," which was directed by Meni Elias; "The Hangman," which was directed by Netalie Braun; "23 Naphtali St.," which was directed by Vered Yeruham and Oren Reich; "Mirale," which was directed by Vered Berman; "Women of Hamas," which was directed by Suha Arraf; "Aisha," which was directed by Oshri Hayun and Hila Cohen; "Edges," which was directed by Tal Avitan; "The Human Windmill," which was directed by Danny Verete; and "Remember His Name," which was directed by Yair Raveh, Nir Bergman, Dover Kosashvili, Joseph Cedar and Gili Ganon.

Three films will be screened as part of the festival's Jewish identity category: "One of Seven," a movie written by former Haaretz reporter Goel Pinto; "Jewish Niggers," which was directed by Moran Ifergan; and "Jewish Now," which was directed by Galia Oz.

In the best television drama category, the nominees are "Guest," which was directed by Roy Krispel; "My Problems with Women," which was directed by Rani Saar and Alon Benari; "Another Life," which was directed by Arik Rotstein; "Lenin in October," which was directed by Evgeny Ruman; "Consolation," which was directed by Edit Sheratzki; and "Hametz," which was directed by Alon Levi.


Kosmos est un voleur qui fait des miracles. L'arrivée de cet homme mystérieux aux abords d'une ville hors du temps, à la recherche de l'amour, amènera une succession d'incidents merveilleusement surprenants et déplaisants en même temps et bouleversera les vies pacifiques de ses habitants.






charliestcloud May 14, 2010

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'Charlie St. Cloud' is a romantic drama starring Zac Efron as a young man who survives an accident that lets him see the world in a unique way. In this emotionally charged story, he begins a romantic journey in which he embraces the dark realities of the past while discovering the transformative power of love.

'Charlie St. Cloud' stars Zac Efron, Amanda Crew, Donal Logue, Charlie Tahan, with Ray Liotta and Kim Basinger.

Songs used in the trailer:
1. Electric Owls - Magic Show
2. The National - So Far Around The Bend
3. Snow Patrol - Run

Playlist for songs: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list...




E1FilmsCanada May 13, 2010

BARNEY'S VERSION
In theatres Winter 2010

Starring: Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman, Scott Speedman, Rosamund Pike, Minnie Driver, Rachelle Lefevre

Poised between laughter and tears, "BARNEY'S VERSION" is the picaresque and touching story of the politically incorrect, fully lived life of the impulsive and irascible Barney Panofsky (Paul Giamatti) and his three wives: Clara (Rachelle Lefevre), the wild and troubled artist; the annoyingly loquacious 2nd Mrs. "P" (Minnie Driver); and the incomparable, serene and beautiful Miriam (Rosamund Pike). He worships his father Izzy (Dustin Hoffman) and is himself a devoted father of two but he is also a "person of interest" in the mysterious disappearance of his bosom buddy Boogie (Scott Speedman). The centerpiece of "BARNEY'S VERSION" is the unforgettable love story between him and his true love, his third wife Miriam, a relationship born in unusual circumstances: At Barney's wedding to his second wife Mrs. P.



MovieManiacsDE May 21, 2010

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2010 - IN COMPETITION
trailer from "Hors-la-loi"
Genre:
Regie / directed by: Rachid Bouchareb (Indigènes - Days of Glory)
Darsteller / cast: Jamel Debbouze, Sabrina Seyvecou, Sami Bouajila, Roschdy Zem, Assaad Bouab, Samir Guesmi, Jean Reynès

Verwendung mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Festival de Cannes Press Office
used with authorization