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Marie-France Dupagne

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293 articles available in total starting from 05/02/2003. Last article published on 06/02/2006.

German cinema seduces audiences

German cinema seduces audiences

The 35th Rotterdam International Film Festival (January 25 – February 5) awarded its three coveted Tiger Awards to two European minority co-productions and an American film, despite a strong...  

06/02/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Awards

Soft light on father-son relationship

Screened in World Première at the Rotterdam Festival, Langer licht (Northern Light) represented Holland in Official Competition. After acclaimed shorts (The Last day of Alfred Maassen winner of...  

06/02/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Official Competition

In search of the Legend of Time

In search of the Legend of Time

Screened in official competition at the Rotterdam Film Festival, The Legend of Time (La Leyenda del tiempo) pays tribute to legendary flamenco singer Camerón de la Isla. While Jaime Chávarri has...  

03/02/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Official Competition

A little trip to Reykjavik

A little trip to Reykjavik

In the rich section Cinema of the Future: Sturm und Drang, the Rotterdam Festival screened a new version of A little trip to heaven, re-cut and shortened since the Toronto Film Festival. This is...  

02/02/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Cinema of the Future

Land of the blind, land of universal dictators

Screened in official competition at the Rotterdam Festival, Land of the blind though a work of fiction, does not miss the opportunity to make references to real political situations. In an...  

01/02/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Competition

Poland reflects on its future

Poland reflects on its future

Polish candidate in official competition at the Rotterdam Festival, Ode to Joy (Oda do radosci) is the collective work of three students from the famous film school at Lodz : Anna Kazejak-Dawid,...  

31/01/2006 | IFFR 2006 | Competition

After Cannes, Michael Haneke restarts in the European Film Awards

After Cannes, Michael Haneke restarts in the European Film Awards

After the last year’s ceremony in Barcelona, the 18th Ceremony of the European Film Awards took place in the huge Berlin Arena on Saturday December 3rd, in front of about 1200 professionals coming...  

05/12/2005 | Prizes | Europe

Hidden sweeps EFA awards

Hidden sweeps EFA awards

French thriller Hidden(o.t. Caché)swept the 18th European Film Awards in Berlin on Saturday. The film, directed by Michael Haneke, won six awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor...  

03/12/2005 | European Films Awards

Zim and Co : a sharp and coloured film

"It wasn’t really a love story between Cannes and I. Everything has changed today thanks to Thierry Frémaux" announced the French filmmaker Pierre Jolivet, delighted to present one of his film in...  

18/05/2005 | Cannes 2005 | Un Certain Regard

L’Enfant:  welcome to the real world

L’Enfant: welcome to the real world

Considering their reputation in Cannes, Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne are amongst the most awaited contestants. Indeed, they already have quite a fancy carrier on the Croisette : in 1996, their film...  

17/05/2005 | Cannes 2005 | Official competition

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