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144 articles available in total starting from 03/01/2008. Last article published on 28/05/2008.

Johnny Mad Dog, raw film on child soldiers

Johnny Mad Dog, raw film on child soldiers

Small killing machines. Possessed robots, perfectly trained for the revolution, drugged and fearless. They are the Liberian child soldiers of Un Certain Regard title Johnny Mad Dog by French...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Un Certain Regard/France

Memento get sales off to a kicking start for Entre les murs

On Saturday, Laurent Cantet’s Entre les murs (“Between the Walls”, see news) will be the last film to screen in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival. Meanwhile, it is already proving...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Market/France

Mundruczó’s captivating Delta

Mundruczó’s captivating Delta

At 33, he is the youngest director in competition this year at the Cannes Film Festival, but Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó is certainly not the least talented. Delta, his third feature,...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Competition/Hungary

In the land of the Lehotsky’s blind, love is king

Juraj Lehotsky’s Blind Loves is the only Slovakian film selected at Cannes and is the first film from Slovakia to screen in the Directors’ Fortnight for 37 years. Incidentally, it is the only...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Directors’ Fortnight

Three lost kings in Serra’s radical landscapes

Three lost kings in Serra’s radical landscapes

Presented today in Cannes’ Directors' Fortnight, Bird Song confirmed Albert Serra’s reputation as one of Catalonia’s most radical filmmakers. After playing around with the myth of Don Quixote in...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Directors’ Fortnight

Strong interest in Intramovies’ Girl

Andrea Molaioli’s The Girl by the Lake is one of the strongest titles on Intramovies’ Cannes 2008 line-up, which includes four new films produced by Cattleya. Molaioli’s surprise hit in Italy has...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Market/Italy

Little mistakes and big consequences in Involuntary

Little mistakes and big consequences in Involuntary

Following in the footsteps of his role model Roy Andersson, Ruben is Östlund is this year’s Swedish touch in Un Certain Regard, delivering with his second feature film Involuntary, shown yesterday...  

20/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Un Certain Regard/Sweden

Giordana back with bloody melodrama

Giordana back with bloody melodrama

Marco Tullio Giordana is back at Cannes in a Special Screening tonight of a film about renowned actors Luisa Ferida and Osvaldo Valenti (Monica Bellucci and Luca Zingaretti). Sanguepazzo (“Mad...  

19/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Out of competition/Italy

European Commission wants to extend public monies for cinema

European Commissioners Neelie Kroes (Competition) and Viviane Reding (Information, Society and Media) are proposing that the European Commission extend public monies allocated for cinema in Europe...  

19/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Legislation

Viviane Reding launches Media Mundus

The European Union is studying a new programme, entitled Media Mundus, to reinforce film and audiovisual partnerships between Europe and countries from other continents. It was announced this...  

19/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Events

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