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In Conversation
NewMusicBox & dublab present: Warp Composers' Sen Moreira & Casey MQ in Conversation (01.12.23)

In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 35:50


Warp Composers' Sen Moreira is joined by producer and composer Casey MQ in a conversation about the current landscape in the world of composition, film scoring, and publishing in an ever changing music industry. Sen Moreira is the North America Licensing & Composer Manager for the newly established Warp Composers, representing composers across Warp Publishing and Warp Records rosters from their offices in Los Angeles and London. Casey Manierka-Quaile is an artist, producer and composer from Toronto, now based in Los Angeles. He is classically trained as a pianist and has written and produced under the artist name of Casey MQ, collaborating with the likes of Oklou, Christine & The Queens, Flume and more. Winner of the 2021 Canadian Screen Award for Best Original Song, Manierka's scores have premiered at TIFF, SXSW, Berlinale, Sundance and Rotterdam Film Festival. This program is part of New Music USA's web magazine NewMusicBox “Guest Editor series”, which aims to celebrate a plurality of voices from across the nation and will feature exclusive content written, produced, or commissioned by a rotating artist or organization. The series kicks off with dublab. NewMusicBox, edited by Frank J. Oteri, amplifies creators and organizations who are building a vibrant future for new music in all its forms, and has provided a vital platform for creators to speak about issues relevant to them in their own words since 1999. The dublab partnership will feature new weekly content from at least 15 different voices through January 2023, presented in conversations, DJ mixes, articles, and live performances all exploring the current landscape of music composition. The Guest Editor is the first such series in the magazine's 23-year history and reflects New Music USA's aim to deepen its impact across the many diverse music communities across the United States. This aim is also demonstrated by NewMusicBox's ongoing “Different Cities, Different Voices” feature that spotlights music creation hubs across the nation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support

Estrenos y Razones
"Alcarràs", un drama familiar desde el mundo rural

Estrenos y Razones

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 8:56


La desaparición de las actividades agrícolas obliga a una familia a volver a encontrarse. Carla Simón dirige su segundo largometraje, premiado con el Oso de Oro a mejor película en el Festival de Berlín, en que involucra sus memorias de niñez en la Cataluña rural en que se ambienta esta obra. Disponible actualmente en salas de cine, y desde fines de febrero en la plataforma MUBI.

COSMO Radio po polsku
Koktajl filmowy ze Słomką

COSMO Radio po polsku

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 22:10


Grazyna Słomka przypomina najlepsze obrazy europejskie ubiegłego roku oraz posumowuje 2022 rok w niemieckich kinach. Jakie filmy zadebuitują w 2023 roku i na które z nich warto wybrać się do kina? na podcast zaprasza Monika Sedzierska cosmopopolsku@rbb-online.de Von Monika Sedzierska.

Cultura
Retrospectiva: em 2022, setor da cultura voltou a funcionar após dois anos de pandemia

Cultura

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 13:17


Em 2022, teatros, cinemas e festivais voltaram a funcionar a todo vapor, após dois anos sofrendo os impactos da pandemia de Covid-19. A crise do cinema, a morte do diretor francês Jean-Luc Godard e da cantora Gal Costa e os vários prêmios conquistados por cineastas brasileiros em festivais europeus estão entre os fatos que marcaram o mundo da cultura.  O cinema foi a atividade cultural mais abalada pelo Covid-19. O setor começou a perder espaço para as plataformas digitais durante a pandemia e o movimento continuou em 2022, tanto que, pela primeira vez, o Oscar foi concedido a uma produção feita por um serviço de streaming. Mas o que realmente entrou para a história da comedida e ensaiada cerimônia não foi a premiação de "No ritmo do coração", da Apple TV+, na categoria Melhor Filme, mas o polêmico tapa na cara dado por Will Smith em Chris Rock, que fez uma brincadeira sobre a mulher do ator, Jada Pinkett Smith.  Outra premiação americana de cinema que perdeu o brilho foi o Globo de Ouro. Sob acusação de corrupção, a festa foi boicotada. Ao invés do tapete vermelho repleto de celebridades sorrindo, a cerimônia descontraída que sempre marcou a premiação, promovida pela Associação de Correspondentes Estrangeiros em Hollywood, se reduziu a um evento fechado.  Cinema brasileiro brilhou Já o cinema brasileiro não perdeu tempo, aproveitou a relativa volta ao normal, saiu das fronteiras e brilhou nos festivais europeus.  Em Locarno, na Suíça, um dos mais importantes da Europa, o filme “Regra 34”, da cineasta Julia Murat, ganhou o prêmio principal, levando às telas o tema do prazer feminino.  Outro brasileiro, Carlos Segundo, ficou com o prêmio de melhor curta-metragem autoral por "Big Bang", no mesmo festival.  Já no Cinélatino de Toulouse, dedicado ao cinema latino-americano na França, foi a vez da cineasta Carolina Markowicz levar o Prêmio dos Distribuidores Europeus com o filme "Quando minha Vida". Na competição oficial, o primeiro longa-metragem do diretor pernambucano Fellipe Fernandes, "Rio Doce", recebeu o prêmio do Sindicato Francês da Crítica de Cinema.  Também foi em Toulouse que Gabriel Martins lançou seu filme "Marte Um", que vai representar o Brasil no Oscar no ano que vem. O cineasta disse à RFI que via o longa como "uma carta de amor aos brasileiros". Ainda entre os brasileiros premiados em Toulouse, estão o curta "Fantasma Neon", do diretor Leonardo Martinelli, e o filme "Deus me Livre", de Carlos Henrique de Oliveira e Luis Ansorena Hervés. "Fogaréu", longa de ficção da goiana Flávia Neves, com Bárbara Colen no elenco, venceu o prêmio de audiência no Festival de Berlim, e o curta  "Manhã de Domingo" recebeu o Urso de Prata, o segundo Prêmio do Júri oficial da Berlinale. Em Veneza, o brasileiro Pedro Harres levou o Grande Prêmio do Júri na seção paralela Venice Immersive, dedicada à Realidade Virtual, com o curta “From the main square".  Despedidas  Mas não só de prêmios viveu a sétima arte, que chorou a morte de um dos criadores da nouvelle vague. Jean Luc Godard morreu em setembro e deixou como legado filmes icônicos como “O Desprezo”, com Brigitte Bardot, “Week-end à francesa” e "Acossado".   Hollywood perdeu Sidney Poitier, primeiro ator negro a ganhar um Oscar, e o ator francês Gaspard Ulliel morreu aos 37 anos vítima de um acidente de esqui. O mundo da música perdeu Pablo Milanés, um dos maiores nomes do cancioneiro cubano e internacional, e também Gal Costa. A imprensa do mundo inteiro homenageou a artista, falecida em novembro. "Uma das maiores cantoras do mundo", "musa eterna da Tropicália", "uma carreira rica e densa", disseram os principais jornais europeus. "Essa cantora de carisma excepcional e voz cristalina marcou toda uma geração", resumiu o jornal francês Le Figaro.   Também foi destaque nos principais jornais americanos e europeus a morte da cantora e compositora Elza Soares, aos 91 anos. "Elza Soares ultrapassou as fronteiras da música brasileira", disse o New York Times.  Música e na literatura Em 2022, a cantora Anitta lançou disco e realizou uma turnê europeia durante um mês. A garota do Rio transformou o tradicional Festival de Jazz de Montreux em um baile funk, sacudiu o Rock in Rio de Lisboa, foi um dos destaques do festival de Roskilde, na Dinamarca, e se apresentou em duas versões do Lollapalooza, em Estocolmo e Paris, entre outros shows que marcaram o ano da cantora.  Mas foi Liniker que ganhou o prêmio de Melhor Album de Música Popular Brasileira por seu trabalho em Índigo Borboleta Anil, seu primeiro disco solo. Ela se tornou a primeira artista trans a ganhar um Grammy Latino.  Na literatura, uma vez mais o Nobel foi para a França, e para uma mulher, Annie Ernaux, a mestre da autobiografia impessoal que se transformou em ícone feminista.  No principal festival de histórias em quadrinho do mundo, o Festival de Angoulême, na França, o prêmio foi para o quadrinista e escritor brasileiro Marcello Quintanilla, pelo álbum "Escuta, Formosa Márcia".  Soft power Em 2022, o cancelamento de artistas pró-Putin e a solidariedade a ucranianos marcaram a "guerra cultural" na França, contra a invasão da Ucrânia pela Rússia. Da Ópera Nacional de Paris ao Festival de Avignon, instituições culturais francesas expressaram seu apoio "ao povo e aos artistas da Ucrânia".  Os ucranianos da banda Kalush Orchestra se consagraram vencedores do Eurovision — o maior concurso musical do mundo — com a canção "Stefania", Em uma das edições mais políticas deste evento tradicional. A conquista foi festejada pelo presidente ucraniano, Volodymyr Zelensky, para quem a façanha simbolizava um presságio da vitória da Ucrânia também no campo de batalha.  Celebração O ano que passou também teve momentos de celebração. Gilberto Gil e a família decidiram em 2022 fazer uma turnê na Europa, lotando os lugares por onde passaram e levando o que o Brasil tem de melhor: a música, a alegria e o otimismo. Avô, filhos e netos no mesmo palco, celebrando a vida e o cantor, que fez 80 anos recentemente, como explicou Preta Gil em entrevista à RFI. Os 100 anos da Semana de Arte Moderna de 22 também foram celebrados. O movimento, que influenciou a arte em toda a América Latina, foi homenageado com uma série de exposições no Museu de Arte Latino-Americana de Buenos Aires e pelo Teatro Municipal de São Paulo, principal palco da manifestação que buscava romper com o conservadorismo da época. No próximo ano, o maior desafio da cultura brasileira será o de se reconstruir. O novo governo de Lula vai recriar o Ministério da Cultura, extinto durante os anos de Jair Bolsonaro. E, assim como no resto do mundo, será preciso atrair de volta o público às salas de cinema, teatro e exposições. 

Cannes I Kick It
The Second Manktacular

Cannes I Kick It

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 113:06


You've all been begging for it, and so finally here it is The Second Manktacular. Two years ago, the Twelve Guests of Mankmas helped us to explore every nook and cranny of David Fincher's brand new film Mank. But now, in 2022, Mank has acquired enough age as to be transformed. What will we find? Will Mank's rind have gotten funky? Will it have the good type of mold or the bad type of mold? How many guests will be on the Second Manktacular? (zero) Should Zach Galifianakis have played Mank? Does the cheese metaphor make it into the episode? Who will be the jury president for the competition of the 2023 Berlinale? All there is, is Mank. Have a happy holiday. Our twitter is @CannesIKickIt Our instagram is @CIKIPod Our letterboxd is CIKIPod Enjoying the show? Feel free to send a few bucks our way on Ko-fi. Thanks to Tree Related for our theme song Our hosts are @andytgerm @clatchley @imlaughalone @jcpglickwebber

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast
Adopt and Adapt: Solutions for Smart Producing

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 53:35


Wed, 21 Dec 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://efm-industry-insights.podigee.io/31-smart-producing 11b4a617adcdc55ce905b683d2f9cd84 Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by strategist, conference curator, moderator & speaker AC Coppens, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. In this episode, an international group of forward thinkers will put their entrepreneurial instincts on display as we take a look at the new realities and unfolding opportunities for “smart producing” coming out of the intersecting worlds of tech and media. Join EFM Startups Alumni Maria Tanjala, Fiona Gillies, Max Hermans and Alex Serdiuk who discuss the innovative production tools they have developed and honed and the creative ways technology can be used to empower the future of film production. Maria Tanjala, Co-founder, FilmChain Maria Tanjala is a UK-based producer and entrepreneur, passionate about tech solutions that bring transparency and automation to the creative industries. She co-founded FilmChain alongside Irina Albita. The platform is transforming how producers, financiers, and sales agents get paid. With Digital collection agent (CAM) for indie films and royalties management solution for content distributors, FilmChain brings transparency to the process and modernises royalties. They have won awards such as ‘Startup of the Year' London Business Awards 2020, Startup Challenge at San Sebastian Film Festival 2020, BAFTA's Makers and Shakers 2020, Unchain Fintech Festival 2022, to name a few. Before co-founding FilmChain, Maria was producing for film, television and digital and was nominated ‘Rising Star' Screen International 2018. Fiona Gillies – Co-founder and CEO, SMASH Fiona Gillies is an independent film producer and co-founder of My SMASH Media. Fiona produced The Beat Beneath My Feet which was in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival. Prior to producing, Fiona worked extensively as an actor in film, tv & theatre. She has been a mentor for Women in Film & TV and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. SMASH is an IP marketplace for film & TV which connects diverse, innovative content creators with decision-makers. SMASH provides creators with a Pitch Builder and an IP Pitch Protector enabling them to securely share and track their projects. SMASH was one of the European Finalists at this year's San Sebastian Zinemaldia Startup Challenge, as well as for Investing Women's Accelerator HER and in the Digital TV Group's TV Transformers competition. Alex Serdiuk, Co-founder and CEO, Respeecher Alex Serdiuk co-founded Respeecher in 2018. Respeecher is an Emmy-award winning voice cloning company, enabling one person to speak in the voice of another particular person (speech-to-speech voice conversion). A primary focus of the company is the democratization of the technology to allow sound professionals and creators worldwide have access to the tool. Respeecher is the only synthetic speech tech used in Hollywood studio movies, including in the Star Wars universe, creating the voice of young Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett, and Darth Vader in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series. Max Hermans, Co-founder and COO, TheGreenShot Max is a self-made entrepreneur who started his own company in 2012 focusing on organising events and promoting artists. In 2016 his career took a turn towards the film industry as he worked as a supervising location manager and production coordinator on many international productions across Europe. From his hands-on experience, he lived through wastefulness on productions which was the impetus to create a new solution involving crews in making productions greener. TheGreenShot is the 1st green production management app for films, TV Series, shorts and commercials designed to embed the CO2 footprint right inside the production process. It delivers a singular solution that empowers each crew member to act and decrease the environmental impact of a production. Its open interfaces, its capability to adapt to different carbon calculators and certification programmes delivers uniquely efficient workflows. This multi-awarded startup was the recipient of BAFTA's 2021 Makers and Shakers Tech Production Innovation of the year. The host AC Coppens is a strategist, conference curator, host, moderator & speaker. They founded THE CATALYSTS, an agency for innovative & creative players working at the crossing of Digital Tech, Film/XR, Music/Sound, Design & Culture, to turn conferences into sites of knowledge exchange and co-creation. The Berlinale's European Film Market is the first international film market of the year, where the film industry starts its business. Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast puts a spotlight on highly topical and trendsetting industry issues, thereby creating a compass for the forthcoming film year. The year-round podcast is produced in cooperation with Goethe-Institut and co-funded by Creative Europe MEDIA. full no Industry Insights,Smart Producing,Film Industry,EFM,AC Coppens,The Green Shot,FilmChain,My Smash Media,Respeecher,Film Market European Film Market

Radio Nordés
Vivindo a Costa da Morte (16/12/2022)

Radio Nordés

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 77:39


Felicitamos aos responsables de SICA, a película rodada na Costa da Morte estrearase na Berlinale.Pilar Iglesias, candidata á alcaldía de Cee polos Independentes.Sorteo dos décimos de lotaría de Nadal,Saúde auditiva, Mascotas, Angustias...

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros
Exponer una voz. Lola Arias y Valeria Luiselli

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 66:00


En este episodio, se habla de la íntima relación que puede existir entre las obras de arte y la vida misma cuando sus protagonistas ponen en escena sus propias experiencias.Lola Arias es una artista argentina residente en Berlín. Su obra se ha desarrollado orgánicamente entre los campos del cine, el teatro, la literatura y las artes visuales. Sus proyectos se han caracterizado por reenactments que parten de fenómenos políticos y las biografías de sus protagonistas, con el fin de provocar importantes reflexiones sobre temas como la migración, la violencia estatal y el pasado histórico de Chile y Argentina. En 2018 estrenó en el Forum de la Berlinale su primer largometraje Teatro de guerra, una obra que forma parte de un proyecto artístico con el que suscitó el encuentro de antiguos enemigos argentinos e ingleses de la Guerra de las Malvinas.Por otro lado, Valeria Luiselli es una reconocida escritora mexicana, cuya obra se ha inspirado en su propia biografía, las fronteras lingüísticas y una gran preocupación por las políticas migratorias de los Estados Unidos, país en el que reside actualmente. Además de hacer referencia a grandes autores de la literatura mundial, sus obras de ficción y no ficción se centran en reflexiones en torno a la lengua y a los procesos de escritura, evidenciando así la palabra como un dispositivo para documentar la realidad.Lola y Valeria se reúnen para hablar del cine, el teatro y la literatura como medios para dar forma a relatos individuales y colectivos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Regional Diagonal
Regional Diagonal vom 10.12.2022

Regional Diagonal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 15:12


Auf der Traumastation der psychiatrischen Klinik Littenheid hat ein Oberarzt eine Verschwörungserzählung von «ritueller Gewalt» verbreitet. Darüber hatte die SRF-Sendung «rec.» berichtet. Nun hat der Kanton Thurgau Strafanzeigen gegen die Verantwortlichen eingereicht. (00:00:53) Trauern im Jura - nicht wegen der Bundesratswahlen Vor 50 Jahren wurden die Kavallerie aus der Armee ausgemustert. Auch heute noch herrscht darüber grosse Trauer im Kanton. (00:03:30) Verschwörungserzählungen in der Klinik Littenheid Auf der Traumastation der psychiatrischen Klinik Littenheid hat ein Oberarzt eine Verschwörungserzählung von «ritueller Gewalt» verbreitet. Nun fordert der Kanton Thurgau Massnahmen. (00:08:00) Stausee-Gift - auf ewig? Im Klingnauer Stausee hat es bis heute mit PCB vergiftete Sedimente im Boden. Diese Altlast wollte der Kanton vor einigen Jahren ausbaggern und in den Rhein leiten. Mit dieser Sanierung wurde bis heute nichts. (00:11:45) Urner Architektin schnuppert Oscar-Luft Der Film «Drii Winter» feiert grosse internationale Erfolge. Das katapultierte die Urner Architektin und Laiendarstellerin Michèle Brand auf den roten Teppich der Berlinale. Weitere Themen: - Das Magazin - Verschwörungserzählungen in der Klinik Littenheid

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros
Actuar es deformarse. Verónica Llinás + Vladimir Durán

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 68:05


En este episodio, se habla de la actuación como un acto creativo en el que no siempre es conveniente mantener el control. Verónica Llinás es una actriz argentina de teatro, cine y televisión, reconocida especialmente por su maestría en la comedia, dos veces ganadora del Premio Martín Fierro y un Cóndor de Plata. Fue integrante del mítico grupo teatral Gambas al Ajillo, parte del gran movimiento cultural que emergió tras la caída de la dictadura en su país. En su larga trayectoria cinematográfica, ha trabajado con importantes realizadores argentinos como Martín Rejtman, Sebastián Borensztein y El Pampero Cine. En 2015, protagonizó y codirigió con Laura Citarella La mujer de los perros, un autorretrato ficcionado y contemplativo estrenado en el Festival de Rotterdam, en el que exploró de manera admirable las posibilidades del lenguaje no verbal.Vladimir Durán es un actor y director colombiano radicado en Buenos Aires desde hace varios años. En 2011 compitió por la Palma de Oro de Cannes con su cortometraje Soy tan feliz y en 2018 estrenó en el Forum de la Berlinale su primer largometraje, Adiós entusiasmo. Ha actuado en películas de Franco Lolli, Alejo Moguillansky, Mariano Lllinás y Melisa Liebenthal. En su filmografía ha sido central el trabajo actoral como un proceso de investigación desde el cuerpo y un uso no informativo de la palabra, así como el examen de vínculos ambiguos, especialmente en contextos familiares. Tras colaborar en Adiós entusiasmo, Vladimir y Verónica se reúnen de nuevo aquí para hablar de la actuación como un misterioso oficio en el que la búsqueda de la verdad es esencial, pero sin temer al error o al fracaso. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Unica Radio Podcast
Intervista a Luciano Cauli – Passaggi d’Autore – Intrecci Mediterranei 2022

Unica Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 7:11


Dal 3 all'8 dicembre a Sant'Antioco si terrà la diciottesima edizione del festival Passaggi d'Autore - Intrecci Mediterranei. Ne abbiamo parlato insieme a Luciano Cauli, direttore artistico della manifestazione. Passaggi d'Autore diventa maggiorenne: dal 3 all'8 dicembre, il festival dei cortometraggi del Mediterraneo festeggia infatti la sua edizione numero diciotto, naturalmente a Sant'Antioco, la cittadina del Sud Sardegna, sulla costa del Sulcis, dove è nato nel 2005 e dove ha sede il Circolo del Cinema "Immagini" che lo organizza con la direzione artistica di Dolores Calabrò e del regista bosniaco Ado Hasanović. In arrivo sei giornate fitte di proiezioni, incontri con autori e registi, laboratori e altri appuntamenti che si snoderanno attraverso le sezioni in cui si articola abitualmente il festival: Intrecci mediterranei, con una selezione dei migliori cortometraggi provenienti dai Paesi del Mediterraneo; Focus, dedicata a un Paese ogni anno diverso: in questa occasione la Francia; Intrinas, con alcuni tra i migliori corti di autori sardi; e poi ancora le sezioni dedicate alle Web serie, alle tematiche ambientali, ai videoclip musicali d'autore, e un omaggio a Pier Paolo Pasolini nel centenario della nascita. Più di cinquanta i corti in visione (in lingua originale, con sottotitoli in italiano e in inglese) nel consueto spazio dell'Aula Consiliare del Comune di Sant'Antioco: lavori che spaziano tra i generi - dalla fiction al documentario, dal cinema d'animazione fino a quello sperimentale - selezionati tra quelli che hanno ricevuto premi e riconoscimenti o partecipato a importanti rassegne nazionali, come Alice nella città, e internazionali come i festival di Clermont-Ferrand e di Sarajevo, che rinnovano ancora una volta la loro collaborazione con Passaggi d'Autore. Nate nell'edizione di due anni fa in lockdown, ritornano anche le passeggiate in live streaming dell'attrice Marta Bulgherini che dialogherà con alcuni degli ospiti del festival da una località o da un luogo caratteristico di Sant'Antioco di volta in volta diverso. E, a suggello della sei giorni, l'immancabile concerto conclusivo del Mediterranean Ensemble, formazione "aperta" che nasce in occasione del festival e che, negli anni, ha ospitato artisti provenienti da diversi Paesi e aree del Mediterraneo: coordinato dal musicista e compositore sardo Emanuele Contis, l'appuntamento vedrà stavolta la collaborazione con una band francese, Levita. Al via sabato 3 dicembre La diciottesima edizione di Passaggi d'Autore prende il via con la sua sezione più emblematica, Intrecci mediterranei, che nell'arco di tre pomeriggi – sabato 3, lunedì 5 e mercoledì 7 dicembre - presenterà ventitré cortometraggi di dodici Paesi diversi, prodotti negli ultimi due anni e selezionati dal festival di Sant'Antioco per qualità tecnica, tematica e valore artistico. Spiccano, tra i titoli scelti, cinque lavori: "Maestrale", film di animazione di Nico Bonomolo, vincitore quest'anno del David di Donatello nella sezione cortometraggi; "El sembrador de estrellas", dello spagnolo Lois Patiño, candidato agli European Film Awards; targato Spagna anche "Tótem loba", diretto da Verónica Echegui, Premio Goya 2022 per il migliore cortometraggio di fiction; "Il barbiere complottista", di Valerio Ferrara, vincitore de La Cinef, la sezione del Festival di Cannes dedicata ai film realizzati dagli studenti delle scuole di cinema; e "The Monkey", dell'italiano Lorenzo Degl'Innocenti e dello spagnolo Xosé Zapata, Premio Goya 2022 per il miglior cortometraggio di animazione. Completano il programma della sezione Intrecci mediterranei"My Girlfriend", di Kawthar Younis (Egitto, 2022, 16'), "AirHostess-737", di Thanasis Neofotistos (Grecia, 2022, 17'), "The place that is ours", di Zena Agha e Dorothy Allen-Pickard (Palestina/UK, 2022, 13'), "Warsha", di Dania Bdeir (Libano, 2022, 16'), "Guerra tra poveri", di Kassim Yassin Saleh (Italia, 2022, 15'), "Ice Merchants", di João Gonzalez (Portogallo, 2021, 14'), "Shpija", di Flaka Kokolli (Kosovo, 2022, 7'), "Swimming Lesson", di Vardit Goldner (Israele, 2021, 5'), "Bahçeler Put Kesildi", di Ali Kabbar (Turchia, 2022, 20'), "Memoir of a Veering Storm", di Sofia Georgovassili (Grecia, 2022, 14'), "The Garbage Man", di Laura Gonçalves (Portogallo, 2022, 11'), "Sur la tombe de mon père", di Jawahine Zentar (Marocco/Francia, 2022, 24'), "Tria - del sentimento del tradire", di Giulia Grandinetti (Italia, 2022, 17"), "L'Ombre des papillons", di Sofia El Khyari (Marocco/Francia, 2022, 9'), "Hafra'at Hitmotetut Hamoshava", di Amos Holzman (Israele, 2021, 16'), "Reginetta", di Federico Russotto (Italia, 2022, 20'), "Le variabili dipendenti", di Lorenzo Tardella (Italia, 2022, 15') e "Frida", di Mohamed Bouhjar (Tunisia, 2021, 21'). Appuntamento ormai di rito di Passaggi d'Autorte è una serie di film che arrivano dalla più grande manifestazione internazionale dedicata ai cortometraggi nonché secondo festival cinematografico in Francia, dopo Cannes: il Festival du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand. Sabato 3, dalle 21.30, alla presenza di Roger Gonin, membro del comitato di selezione internazionale del festival di Clermont-Ferrand, saranno proiettati sei lavori: "Bestia", di Hugo Covarrubias (Cile, 2021, 15'); "Birds", di Katherine Propper (USA, 2021, 14'); "Concatenation 2 - Olympic Game", di Donato Sansone (Italia, 2020, 1'); "Partir un jour", di Amélie Bonnin (Francia, 2021, 26'), Premio del pubblico competizione nazionale; "Titan", di Valéry Carnoy (Belgio/Francia, 2021, 19'); "Trois grains de gros sel", di Ingrid Chikhaoui (Francia, 2021, 28'). Dalla Francia arrivano anche i film in programma sotto l'insegna Focus, la sezione di Passaggi d'Autore dedicata alla cinematografia di un Paese del Mediterraneo diverso a ogni edizione. Sette i cortometraggi in visione il pomeriggio di martedì 6: "Au revoir Jérôme!", film di animazione di Gabrielle Selnet, Chloe Farr e Adam Sillard (2021, 8'), premio speciale della Generation 14plus International Jury per il miglior cortometraggio alla Berlinale 2022, "Les humains sont cons quand ils s'empilent", di Laurène Fernandez (2021, 4'), "Caillou", di Mathilde Poymiro (2021, 25'), "A.O.C.", di Samy Sidali (2021, 18'), "Ibiza", di Hélène e Marie Rosselet-Ruiz (2021, 21'), "Planète triste", di Sébastien Betbeder (2021, 29'), e "Les Larmes de la Seine", altro film d'animazione firmato a più mani da Yanis Belaid, Eliott Benard, Alice Letailleur, Étienne Moulin, Hadrien Pinot, Lisa Vicente, Nicolas Mayeur, e Philippine Singer (2021, 9'). Domenica 4, la chiusura di una serata densa di incontri e proiezioni è, dalle 21.30, con la selezione di cortometraggi dall'edizione 2022 del Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF), uno dei più importanti eventi cinematografici dei Balcani, che si tiene nella capitale della Bosnia-Erzegovina dal 1995, e che a Passaggi d'Autore ha una propria sezione dal 2019. Con la partecipazione della selezionatrice per le sezioni Competition Programmes del SFF Asja Krsmanovic e di alcuni registi e autori dei film scelti per rappresentare il festival bosniaco, è in programma la visione di cinque cortometraggi: "Nije Zima Za Komarce", di Josip Lukic e Klara Sovagovic (Croazia, 2022, 29'), premio Heart of Sarajevo for best student film; "Amok", di Balázs Turai (Romania, 2021, 15'), premio Heart Of Sarajevo For Best Short Film, qualificato per gli Academy Award®; "Boja", di Ana Fernandez De Paco (Bosnia Erzegovina, 2022, 15'), menzione speciale della giuria del festival; "Ribs", di Farah Hasanbegović (Bosnia Erzegovina, 2022, 8'); "Babajanja", di Ante Zlatko Stolica (Croazia, 2022, 13'), menzione speciale Programma documentari. Nella sezione del festival Intrinas si fa invece il punto sulla produzione di cortometraggi di autori sardi, negli ultimi anni cresciuta in qualità e in numero, e sul lavoro di tanti nuovi registi isolani che con le loro opere hanno partecipato a festival nazionali e internazionali. Sei i cortometraggi selezionati con la collaborazione della Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission, in visione lunedì 5 dicembre alle 10 per le scuole superiori e alle 21.30 per tutto il pubblico: "Mammarranca", di Francesco Piras (2022, 15'), vincitore quest'anno della nona edizione di Visione Sarde; "Fradi miu", di Simone Contu (2022, 21'); "Senza te", di Sergio Falchi (2022, 18'); "Santamaria", di Andrea Deidda (2021, 13'); "Dalia", di Joe Juanne Piras, (2022, 17'); "Pensaci", di Peter Marcias (2022, 9'). In occasione del centenario della nascita, Passaggi d'Autore dedica un omaggio a Pier Paolo Pasolini, con la proiezione, domenica 4 alle 16.30, di tre episodi firmati dal grande intellettuale e regista per altrettanti film: "La ricotta",da "Ro.Go.Pa.G." (1963), "La Terra vista dalla Luna", da "Le streghe" (1967) e "Che cosa sono le nuvole?",da "Capriccio all'italiana" (1968). Ad inquadrare l'evento, un incontro con lo sceneggiatore, scrittore, filmmaker, formatore e critico cinematografico Francesco Crispino. Si è aggiudicato il premio del pubblico alla Settimana Internazionale della Critica della settantanovesima Mostra del Cinema di Venezia: è "Margini" (Italia, 2022, 91'), il film in prima visione per la Sardegna nella giornata di chiusura del festival, giovedì 8 dicembre, alle 18. Ideato da Nicolò Falsetti, regista, e Francesco Turbanti, sceneggiatore e attore protagonista, che sarà presente alla proiezione, il lungometraggio trasporta lo spettatore a Grosseto nel 2008: al centro del racconto tre giovani membri di un gruppo punk che, stanchi di suonare tra sagre e feste dell'Unità, hanno finalmente l'occasione di riscattarsi aprendo la data bolognese di una famosa band americana. Due ospiti di casa a Passaggi d'Autore tornano a Sant'Antioco per proporre altrettante sezioni sulle nuove forme del cortometraggio. Domenica 4 dicembre alle 18.30 spazio a Videoclip – Music Video d'Autore, un approfondimento sul videoclip musicale, italiano e internazionale a cura del teorico dei media e studioso di sperimentazione audiovisiva Bruno Di Marino. Novità del festival, che si arricchisce di nuove collaborazioni, è una selezione di cortometraggi presentati lo scorso ottobre alla ventesima edizione di Alice nella Città, il festival cinematografico internazionale dedicato alle giovani generazioni, sezione autonoma e parallela della Festa del Cinema di Roma. L'appuntamento è martedì 6 dicembre alle 21.30 alla presenza di Niccolò Gentili, selezionatore del festival capitolino. Si parla anche di Web serie, mercoledì 7 dicembre dalle 16.30, nell'omonima sezione curata dalla critica Giusy Mandalà, quest'anno intorno al tema Tra satira e web, attraverso l'esperienza personale e professionale raccontata da Gero Arnone. Il fenomeno seriale digitale viene affrontato cercando di sottolinearne punti di forza, criticità ed evoluzioni attraverso i lavori del regista e autore di contenuti webnativi, televisivi e cinematografici. Al centro dell'incontro due dei suoi ultimi progetti seriali realizzati in collaborazione con Giovanni Scifoni: "La mia Jungla" e "Pro Terra Sancta". Sensibilizzare i giovani alle tematiche ambientali attraverso il mezzo cinematografico e così creare i presupposti per un futuro eco-sostenibile sono gli obiettivi di CortoAmbiente. Per la sezione del festival dedicata alle scuole, martedì 6 dicembre alle 10 si proietta il docufilm "Arbores", alla presenza del regista Francesco Bussalai. Con lui interviene lo scrittore Fiorenzo Caterini, autore del libro "Colpi di scure e sensi di colpa", storia del disboscamento selvaggio e speculativo in Sardegna. Come da tradizione nel festival, una parte importante del suo programma è dedicata alla formazione in ambito cinematografico. È ormai alla tredicesima edizione il laboratorio La traduzione audiovisiva: i sottotitoli per il cinema e la televisione. Tenuto da Luca Caroppo di Raggio Verde Srl, vede coinvolti gli studenti del licei linguistici del territorio e gli studenti dei corsi di Lingue della Facoltà di Studi Umanistici dell'Università di Cagliari. È invece alla nona edizione Critica il Corto – La critica radiofonica, a cura di Claudio De Pasqualis e Francesco Crispino, realizzata in collaborazione con l'emittente cagliaritana Unica Radio. I partecipanti al laboratorio seguiranno gli eventi del festival e ogni giorno racconteranno la manifestazione con una diretta radiofonica, ma anche con contributi scritti - recensioni classiche e approfondimenti più vasti - che verranno pubblicati sul sito di Passaggi d'autore: intrecci mediterranei. Novità dell'edizione di quest'anno è l'istituzione di un premio ai migliori lavori delle sezioni Intrecci Mediterranei e Intrinas assegnato dalla Giuria Giovani composta dauniversitari che seguono il laboratorio di critica cinematografica radiofonica e studenti delle scuole superiori. Giovedì 8 dicembre alle 16.30 la proclamazione dei film vincitori. Nel corso della serata sarà proiettato il documentario "L'Ulisse", di Marta Massa e Patrik Varsi, sullo scultore Antonio Cauli, autore delle sculture/premio al miglior cortometraggio. Mercoledì 7 dicembre alle 9si presentano invece i risultati dellaboratorio con gli studenti della scuola primaria dell'I.G. Sant'Antioco-Calasetta "Stamps – ridisegniamo la natura", a cura dell'illustratrice Francesca Massai con la collaborazione della Cineteca di Bologna. Le sei giornate del festival saranno scandite dagli appuntamenti quotidiani di Passeggiando con gli autori, con l'attrice Marta Bulgherini in dialogo in live streaming con alcuni registi ospiti del Festival, da una località o luogo caratteristico di Sant'Antioco. Giovedì 8 alle 21.30 ritorna Intrecci musicali, l'appuntamento ormai consueto di Passaggi d'Autore che suggellerà anche questa edizione del festival: il Mediterranean Ensemble diretto dal sassofonista, compositore e direttore musicale del festival Emanuele Contis torna a Passaggi d'autore con un progetto che quest'anno vede la collaborazione con la Francia. A essere ospitata sarà un'intera band che risponde al nome di Levita, con la cantante di origine lituana Vita Levina, Arthur Links alla chitarra, il contrabbassista sardo (ormai da anni a Parigi) Maurizio Congiu, e Bruno Marney alla batteria, affiancati per l'occasione dallo stesso Emauele Contis al sassofono che curerà gli arrangiamenti; un concerto che si annuncia all'insegna delle intramontabili "chansons francais", tra jazz, manouche e musica popolare, per trasportare il pubblico in un viaggio ideale a bordo dei bateaux mouches tra le acque della Senna. Tutti gli appuntamenti sono a ingresso gratuito. Informazioni e aggiornamenti sul sito www.passaggidautore.it e alla pagina www.facebook.com/passaggidautore. La diciottesima edizione di Passaggi d'Autore - Intrecci mediterranei è organizzata dal il Circolo del Cinema "Immagini" con il contributo del Ministero della Cultura – Direzione Generale Cinema e Audiovisivo, del Comune di Sant'Antioco, della Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission, della Fondazione di Sardegna, e di Sardegna 2030 - Strategia Regionale di Sviluppo Sostenibile, con il patrocinio della Presidenza della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna, di UNICEF Italia e del Touring Club Italiano; media partner Unica Radio, Fred Film Radio, TeleSardegna, Shift 72, Festival Scope, Film Tv, Vybress, OrangeFactory; partner Sarajevo Film Festival, Festival du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand, Brandon Box, Visioni da Ichnussa, Clorofilla Film Festival, Welcome To Sant'Antioco, Cineteca Bologna, Coop Med, F.I.C.C. - Federazione Italiana Circoli del Cinema, con la collaborazione di Calabrò, Assistech, Boost,TuttoSantAntioco e Cantine Sardus Pater.

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros
Otra forma de la memoria. Carla Simón + Dominga Sotomayor

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 68:03


En este episodio, se habla de la memoria y del cine como espacios propios de la imaginación.Carla Simón es una directora española ganadora del Oso de Oro de la Berlinale por su segundo largometraje, Alcarràs. Cinco años atrás, Simón había conseguido en ese mismo festival el Premio a Mejor Ópera Prima por Verano 1993, posteriormente reconocida con tres premios Goya y otras cinco nominaciones. Su filmografía, compuesta también por cortometrajes de documental y ficción, se caracteriza por retratar delicados y entrañables dramas familiares inspirados en episodios de su propia vida y relacionados especialmente con la vida rural en Cataluña, la infancia, la muerte y el VIH.Por su parte, Dominga Sotomayor es una directora y productora chilena. Tras haber conseguido el Tiger Award de Rotterdam con su ópera prima De jueves a domingo, en 2018 se convirtió en la primera directora de la historia en obtener el Premio a Mejor Dirección del Festival de Locarno por su tercer largometraje, Tarde para morir joven. En sus trabajos, la infancia y la adolescencia ocupan un lugar tan central como el paisaje, lo que produce exploraciones formales alejadas de cualquier convención narrativa. También es cofundadora de Cinestación, empresa con la que no solo ha desarrollado sus propios proyectos, sino los de otros realizadores de su país y de Latinoamérica como Manuela Martelli, Alejandro Fadel y Pablo Lamar.Tras colaborar en 2020 en el cortometraje Correspondencia, Carla y Dominga se reúnen de nuevo para hablar de la íntima relación que existe entre su memoria personal y sus filmografías. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Erben der Nerdheit
NERDKELLER PODCAST #458 - Sonne, Mond und Sterne

Erben der Nerdheit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 63:27


Wir planen ein neues Projekt, “Nerdkeller - Der Film”, oder doch nicht?Need for Speed Underground, ähm… Unbound, haben wir auch gezockt!Viel Spaß mit dieser Episode!Euer nerdkeller.eu Team

24 horas
24 horas - Carla Simón: "Alcarràs reivindica una manera de vivir en pequeño"

24 horas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 9:06


La cineasta Carla Simón, directora y coguionista de Alcarràs, visita el informativo 24 horas de RNE. La historia de la familia Soler y sus melocotones sigue abriéndose paso en los principales festivales internacionales y sigue su camino hacia la nominación a los Óscar, después de ganar el Oso de Oro en la Berlinale. Además, la primera producción catalana nominada a los Premios del Cine Europeo, que se entregarán el 10 de diciembre en Reikiavik (Islandia). Entre los galardones, Carla Simón habla con especial cariño del Premio Especial de Excelencia a la Innovación para Mujeres Rurales del Ministerio de Agricultura, que ha permitido que su film llegue a muchos rincones: "Incluso se han reabierto algunas salas de cine". Define su película como una "reivindicación de esta forma de vivir y hacer agricultura en familia, en pequeño", que ahora mismo está en peligro. Escuchar audio

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast
Sustainable Leadership: From Me Perspective To We Perspective

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 35:30


Thu, 24 Nov 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://efm-industry-insights.podigee.io/30-sustainable-leadership feb3f8cb2c09af47b158c85e6de0827a Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by Curator and Impact Producer Nadia Denton, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. In this episode, guest speaker Helene Granqvist dives deep into the subject of Sustainability. Explaining the limits of our current system, she shows how discovering our impact can lead to new possibilities. In this context, she reflects on the role of leaders and collaboration, and highlights the importance of the creative industry on building a sustainable future. Helene Granqvist is a prizewinning producer who has worked with film and television for more than 30 years, with films represented at festivals - like Cannes, Toronto and Sundance. She also works as an international pitch coach and is since 2018 the president for Women in Film & Television International. Nordic Factory produces documentaries and features with a strong narrative and a feministic approach. Nordic Factory also initiated New Nordic Narrative Labs in 2022 with the aim to inspire creators to use sustainability, inclusion and outreach as inspiring input for story development and success. The host Nadia Denton is a film industry specialist with over a decade of experience as a Curator, Impact Producer and Author. Her focus has been on cinema of the African diaspora, she specialises in Nigerian Cinema and is author of two books The Black British Filmmakers Guide to Success and The Nigerian Filmmaker's Guide to Success: Beyond Nollywood. Nadia is also an official V&A African Heritage Tour Guide. This podcast episode has been developed in partnership with Industry@Tallinn and Baltic Event. The Berlinale's European Film Market is the first international film market of the year, where the film industry starts its business. Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast puts a spotlight on highly topical and trendsetting industry issues, thereby creating a compass for the forthcoming film year. The year-round podcast is produced in cooperation with Goethe-Institut and co-funded by Creative Europe MEDIA. full no Sustainability,Leadership,EFM,Nadia Denton,Helene Granqvist,Sustainable Leadership,Film Industry,Industry Insights,Industry at Tallinn,Baltic Events European Film Market

Del Tingo al Tango con Edgar Estrada
Grupo Firme, Aladdin, Karol Sevilla, Steven Spielberg, Berlinale y Michelle Williams

Del Tingo al Tango con Edgar Estrada

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 1:54


Edgar Estrada nos cuenta todo sobre el mundo del entretenimiento; espectáculos, cultura, cine, televisión, teatro y muchas recomendaciones a tu alcance. ¡Estamos "Del Tingo al Tango"!Una producción original de Audio Centro

Hora América
Hora América - 25N: 'Alis', una amiga imaginaria para superar los traumas - 23/11/22

Hora América

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 32:28


El 25 de noviembre es el Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la violencia contra la Mujer. Una de cada tres mujeres y niñas en el mundo sufre violencia de género desde muy joven, según la ONU, bien sea física, sexual, psicológica o económica. Nos detenemos en las consecuencias de esa violencia a través del documental Alis, el segundo de los directores colombianos Clare Weiskopf, con quién conversamos, y Nicolás van Hemelryck. A través de un juego que le proponen a un grupo de chicas de una casa de acogida de Bogotá, que consiste en cerrar los ojos e imaginar la vida de una compañera ficticia llamada Alis, conocemos sus vivencias personales en las que están presentes los malos tratos, los abusos sexuales, las drogas o la vida en la calle. Ha recibido más de 15 premios internacionales, entre ellos el Oso de Cristal Generation 14 plus, en la Berlinale de este año.Después, el chef estadounidense Mattew Scott nos da su receta para preparar el pavo en el Día de Acción de Gracias, incluida en su libro Nola, la cocina de Nueva Orleans.Escuchar audio

Seventh Row podcast
Highlights from the fall film film festivals (Excerpt)

Seventh Row podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 19:53


This is an excerpt of a members only episode. To listen to the full episode, become a member at http://seventh-row.com/join Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith discuss the highlights of the fall film festival circuit, the new and troubling dominance of Netflix (and other streamers') films, and exciting (or not-so-exciting) first features. We discuss favourites like The Eternal Daughter, Saint Omer, Other People's Children — many of which will get a full-length episode of their own in the coming months. We also discuss some of the biggest disappointments. Orla shares her experience at the London Film Festival. Alex shares her experience attending the Toronto International Film Festival. Follow Seventh Row on Twitter and Instagram @SeventhRow. Follow Alex Heeney @bwestcineaste and Orla Smith @orlamango on Twitter.  On this episode excerpt: 00:00-5:24 - Intro to the episode and the festivals we've covered 5:24-18:55 Rebecca Zlotowski's Other People's Children and a new film grammar for women as multitaskers in Other People's Children, Mia Hansen-Løve's One Fine Morning, and Joanna Hogg's The Eternal Daughter  FREE EXCERPT ENDS HERE Become a member to listen to the rest o the discussion, which includes: 18:55-20:55 How many films we saw, and some of the downsides 20:55-25:45 Orla's favourites including Laura Poitras's All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and  Verena Paravel's De Humani Corporis Fabrica, Jamie Dack's Palm Trees and Power Lines 25:45-31:14 Alex favourites including Alice Winocour's Paris Memories and Darlene Naponse's Stellar 31:14-50:34 The dominance of Netflix and streamers, Matthew Warchus's Matilda, Causeway 50:34-56:50 The festival circuit: great festival films from earlier this year that disappeared (My Small Land, Lullaby, 32 Sounds), screened only at local festivals (Nelly and Nadine, Framing Agnes) and films that keep coming back. We also discuss the London Film Festival's problematic approach to programming and why we love the Berlinale's programming. 56:50-1:00:24 The lack of live cinema experiences at festivals (like 32 Sounds) in a year when we are being forced to return to cinemas for festivals. 1:00:24-1:05:50 Directors' first features, Charlotte Wells's Aftersun, the rise of Paul Mescal, Georgia Oakley's Blue Jean 1:05:50-1:16:15 Depressing trends in British cinema and the British film industry and how that relates to the country's funding practices. We also draw comparisons to the Canadian film industry. Why is it so hard to get a second feature made? And why do first features have to conform so much to industry standards? We discuss Francis Lee's films, Hope Dickson Leach's film, and several Canadian filmmakers. 1:16:15-1:25:29 Thinking about National Cinema at film festivals, especially Canadian cinema and British cinema 1:25:29-1:31:36 Plan 75, Palm Trees and Power Lines, and other great under-seen first features that keep screening everywhere 1:31:36 Sign offs and related episodes Related episodes Women at Cannes Season: Listen to our five-episode 2022 season on the history of Women directors at the Cannes Film Festival. We highlight some of the best films by women and women filmmakers to screen at the festival. We also discuss the festival's ongoing poor track record of programming films directed by women. Ep. 125: Berlinale 2022: On this omnibus episode, we discuss the highlights of the Berlin Film Festival screening in the festival's under-discussed and under-appreciated (but excellently programmed) sidebars. Ep. 109: TIFF 2021 Part 1: In last year's counterpart to this episode, we discussed the highlights of the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), including Terence Davies's Benediction and Joachim Trier's The Worst Person in the World Ep. 111: TIFF 2021 Part 2: Continuing our discussion on the fall film festivals in 2021, with a focus on TIFF, we discussed Power of the Dog, Ali & Ava, and more highlights from TIFF. Ep. 49: Split screen storytelling in Lungs and Conversations with Other Women: Listen to our episode on Matilda director Matthew Warchus's fantastic live-recorded theatre production of Lungs, (Members only) Ep 60: Old Vic In Camera Productions: Three Kings and Faith Healer: Listen to our podcast on Matthew Warchus's two follow-up live-broadcasted productions of Three Kings and Faith Healer (Members only) Show Notes Read all of our TIFF 2022 coverage Read all of our film festival coverage from this fall here Read Alex Heeney's review of Matilda: The Musical on stage Read Alex Heeney's review of Stellar Read Alex Heeney's review of Eo Read our review of Matilda director Matthew Warchus's Pride Read Alex Heeney's review of Palm Trees and Power Lines Read Alex Heeney's interview with Sam Green on his live documentary 32 Sounds Read Alex Heeney on Canadian immigration stories at TIFF 2022.

City Breaks
Berlin Episode 13 Film and Cinema

City Breaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 32:56


An exploration of Berlin as a city of film and cinema.  Two museums, a look back at Berlin cinema history and a visit to the Berlinale, the city's annual highly influential film festival. Plus tips on which Berlin cinemas to try out and suggestions for films set in Berlin, some German language (available with English subtitles) and some in English.  Film suggestions                                                                                                                    In German (all available with English subtitles) The Blue Angel Wings of Desire Run Lola Run  Goodbye, Lenin Downfall The Lives of Others In English Cabaret  Bridge of Spies Alone in Berlin   Useful links   The Museum for Film and Television   The Film Park Babelsberg          Berlinale Festival Programme         General Information on Berlin Cinemas        CinemaxX          Odeon         Kulturbrauererei Cinema        Spandau Open Air Cinema      Berlin Tourist Information Offices Inspiring Germany Tourist Information City Breaks: all the history and culture you'd research for yourself if you had the time! Check our website to find more episodes from our Berlin series or to browse our back catalogue of other cities which are well worth visiting: https://www.citybreakspodcast.co.uk We love to receive your comments and suggestions!  You can e mail us at citybreaks@citybreakspodcast.co.uk And if you like what you hear, please do post comments or a review wherever you downloaded this episode.  That would be very much appreciated!     

TheMummichogBlog - Malta In Italiano
"‘Alcarràs' Review: A Farming Family Faces Change in a Beautifully Observed, Richly Inhabited Ensemble Drama Catalan writer-director Carla Simón confirms the promise of her debut 'Summer 1993' in t

TheMummichogBlog - Malta In Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 8:36


"‘Alcarràs' Review: A Farming Family Faces Change in a Beautifully Observed, Richly Inhabited Ensemble Drama Catalan writer-director Carla Simón confirms the promise of her debut 'Summer 1993' in this poignant, rippling study of an extended family being forced off their farm. You can practically sme" "--START AD- #TheMummichogblogOfMalta Amazon Top and Flash Deals(Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://amzn.to/3CqsdJH Compare all the top travel sites in just one search to find the best hotel deals at HotelsCombined - awarded world's best hotel price comparison site. (Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://www.hotelscombined.com/?a_aid=20558 “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets."" #Jesus #Catholic. END AD---" "ll the midsummer fatigue that wafts through “Alcarràs” on the faintest and most occasional of breezes: a mixture of sweat, baked earth and ripe, plump peaches, inviting in the moment but suggestive of future spoiling. All simple seasonal pleasures are on borrowed time in Carla Simón's lovely, bittersweet agricultural drama, and not just because winter is inevitably coming. For the large, garrulous Solé clan, who have spent every summer of their lives picking fruit from their familial orchard, this looks to be the last in that tradition, as they face imminent eviction from their patch of land in Catalonia. Yet as they squabble over their uncertain future — and plenty else besides — the sun shines and peaches droop voluptuously from endangered branches. There's nothing for it but to complete the final harvest. Related Stories VIP+ The Most Anticipated Streaming Titles of 2023 Hot Marrakech Project ‘Pigeon Wars' Lands International Producers, Readies Atlas Workshop Pitch (EXCLUSIVE) In her second feature, Catalan writer-director Carla Simón returns to the rural region that served as the backdrop to her remarkable, autobiographical debut “Summer 1993,” and the film once more benefits from her warm affinity for this alternately parched and verdant landscape. That “Alcarràs” has been granted a Competition slot at this year's Berlinale — four years after “Summer 1993” bowed at the same festival in the far lower-profile Generation sidebar — is indicative of the global impression made by Simón's unassuming but utterly winning debut. Her follow-up shares and builds on many of that film's virtues, from her subtly textured, fully inhabited evocation of place to her sure hand with non-professional actors, who this time make up the entire ensemble. A more drifting sense of narrative drive than the already mellow “Summer 1993” might make “Alcarràs” a slightly harder arthouse sell, but it confirms the strength and consistency of Simón's directorial voice. If “Alcarràs” isn't as much of a memoir, it's still rooted in Simón's personal history, with the title referring to the small village where her family has maintained a peach farm across multiple generations. But from that native location, her latest spirals into fiction, contemplating the worst case scenario for most traditional independent farmers being crowded out by industrial development. The film balances a bristling political conscience against its tenderly observed domestic drama. As the opening scene observes young children playing games of make-believe in the rusted shell of a vintage car — incongruous against sprawling farmland — Simón briefly wrongfoots us into thinking she has again assumed the child's-eye perspective of her debut. As turns out, “Alcarràs” deftly hopscotches between points of view in the close but conflict-inclined Solé family. None of those is purer or more upbeat than that of six-year-old Iris (Ainet Jounou), who still sees the the farmstead, with its climbing roses and gnarled grapevines and long, inviting groves of feather-leaved peach tree

TheMummichogBlog - Malta In Italiano
"‘Alcarràs' Director Carla Simón On Harvesting Peaches, Learning From Each Film Carla Simón's first feature “Summer 1993” was a knockout; a Generation Kplus and Best First Feature award winner at

TheMummichogBlog - Malta In Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 7:36


"‘Alcarràs' Director Carla Simón On Harvesting Peaches, Learning From Each Film Carla Simón's first feature “Summer 1993” was a knockout; a Generation Kplus and Best First Feature award winner at the 2017 Berlinale and Spain's 2018 Oscars submission, winning three Spanish Academy Goya Awards. The di" "--START AD- #TheMummichogblogOfMalta Amazon Top and Flash Deals(Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://amzn.to/3CqsdJH Compare all the top travel sites in just one search to find the best hotel deals at HotelsCombined - awarded world's best hotel price comparison site. (Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://www.hotelscombined.com/?a_aid=20558 “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets."" #Jesus #Catholic. END AD---" "rector has since become a reference within a new wave of Catalan women filmmakers that have broken out to considerable box office and festival success. Now, Simón competes in Berlin's main competition with her sophomore effort “Alcarràs,” exploring her own roots through her adoptive mother's family. Set in the so-called Catalan Far West, in a small village near Lleida, the film is shot entirely using non-professional actors. “Alcarràs” tells the story of a family who make their living harvesting peaches and are forced to abandon the lands they have been taking care of for sixty years under a perpetual verbal agreement with the landowner. After the landowner's death, his heirs no longer recognize the agreement and want to change the situation. “Alcarràs” is sold by MK2 and produced by Elástica Films, Avalon, Vilaüt Films and Kino Produzioni. How is “Alcarràs” a follow-up of “Summer 1993,” and a step forward in your career? The continuity is in the tone, in looking for a special realism in the actors, in this case non-actors, with the aim to keep them all “alive.” However, “Alcarràs” needed much more structure, especially for the work on the point of view. Whereas in “Summer 1993” we just followed the protagonist continuously, here we have twelve separate characters. As far as camera planning, “Alcarràs” required a very different effort. Beyond the tone and structure, can you talk about the visual proposal of the film's rural environment? For me, the camera must tell the story for the characters; love them, caress them without the viewer perceiving other stylistic details. In the end, the visual proposal has its own poetry, but it's deeply rooted in the land, which is what the film is about. Where do I put the camera? For me it should go where the character and their emotions dictate. This has been my philosophy, although I realize that I like long shots, because it keeps the feeling of being with the characters. In times of gentrification, you tackle a family's attachment to the land… Agriculture is the theme of the film and was a key reason for me to make the film. My uncles grow peaches in Alcarràs and, like them, there are many other people who are really screwed, because it is very difficult to engage in family farming at present. I would certainly like to raise awareness about this. The severe changes that are being suffered and why this type of agriculture is not protected. Ultimately, it is this form of agriculture that is most respectful to the earth. In a rural environment and being a film with so many characters, the work with sound must have been another decisive element… When you're working with many people, a lot of things happen at once and the cinema becomes two-dimensional. You can play with perspective, but what really gives you the feeling that there's a lot going on at the same time is the sound, and we worked on this thoroughly. “Summer 1993” was remarkable for the performances of its non-pro actors. Did you change your directing methods in “Alcarràs”? It was a similar process but m

Vollbild - das Filmmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Kinokrise am Potsdamer Platz - Bonjour Tristesse

Vollbild - das Filmmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 5:34


Um die Jahrtausendwende sollte der Potsdamer Platz einmal Hotspot der Kinokultur werden. Alljährlich zur Berlinale geht der Plan auf. Doch immer mehr Kino-Institutionen ziehen weg. Das stellt auch die Berlinale vor Probleme.Von Christian Berndtwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, VollbildDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast
Audience Strategies: Empowering Tools For Producers

Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 47:01


Fri, 11 Nov 2022 14:58:00 +0000 https://efm-industry-insights.podigee.io/29-audience-strategies 8f89e357aac25d47f5a6212943da5b47 Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. In this episode guest speakers Isona Admetlla, Valeria Richter and Paola Wink explain what audience design, audience development and audience strategy mean to them. They share their experience with Audience Development Strategy and demonstrate how it can become an essential tool throughout the development and distribution of a film, making the whole process more creative, efficient and sustainable. Scriptwriter and coach Valeria Richter works internationally since 2006, where she writes and consults on feature films/TV series, develops lab/script concepts, and specialises in pitch coaching. She has headed 50+ workshops since she in 2008 was part of creating renowned training outfit, TorinoFilmLab (TFL) where she created the outreach approach, Audience Design in 2011, writing a free e-book on this strategic concept in 2018. She premiered an 8-part TV drama series Next of Kin as head writer/creator in Finland 2022 (on Elisa Viihde Viaplay). With Helene Granqvist, she runs a sustainability, inclusion and leadership focused project lab and network concept, New Nordic Narratives, through their joint outfit, Nordic Factory. Paola Wink is a CEO and producer at Vulcana Cinema (Brazil). She produced features such as El Empleado y El Patrón premiered at Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes, Castanha and Rifle, both premiered at Berlinale Forum. She's a member of EAVE. Isona Admetlla is a Sociologist and Cultural Manager. Lecturer and Audience Design Consultant. Born in Barcelona, she is based in Berlin since 2001 and is the coordinator of the Berlinale-World Cinema Fund. Additionally she works for festivals, funds, universities and training initiatives and her areas of expertise include audience design strategies, evaluation of feature film and documentary projects as well pitch training and project development in the form of lectures, workshops, master classes or tailor-made programmes mostly in Europe and Latin America. She is also EAVE and TorinoFilmLab Alumni. The host Johanna Koljonen is a media analyst, broadcaster, and experience designer based in Sweden. She is co-founder of boutique consulting firm Participation Design Agency, and the author of the Göteborg Film Festival's annual Nostradamus Report. This podcast episode has been developed in partnership with the World Cinema Fund. The Berlinale's European Film Market is the first international film market of the year, where the film industry starts its business. Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast puts a spotlight on highly topical and trendsetting industry issues, thereby creating a compass for the forthcoming film year. The year-round podcast is produced in cooperation with Goethe-Institut and co-funded by Creative Europe MEDIA. full no Audience,EFM,Industry Insights,World Cinema Fund,Audience Strategy,Film Market,Goethe Institut,Producers,Johanna Koljonen,Film European Film Market

Seventh Row podcast
Bonus 31: My Small Land

Seventh Row podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 9:18


In this episode, Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith discuss the Japanese hidden gem My Small Land, the first feature film from Emma Kawawada. We fell in love with the film at the Berlinale earlier this year, and are excited that it's finally getting a Canadian release this week. My Small Land, is the story of a Kurdish teenage girl, Sarya (Lina Arashi) who is an immigrant in Japan. She grew up just outside of Tokyo and has no memories of her home, which was colonised Kurdish territory in Turkey. Sarya ends up in an impossible situation when her family loses their work visas, and travel permission, and she suddenly becomes responsible for her younger siblings with no way to earn money legally. My Small Land follows in the tradition of social realism, and the style of filmmaking owes much to Kore-eda's small scale character dramas. My Small Land will be screening at TIFF in Toronto from November 9 to 16 and in Charlottetown PEI until November 8. The film has also screened at VIFF in Vancouver and the Montreal Cinematheque. Watch for it on VOD soon if it's not coming to your city.

Das Gespräch | rbbKultur
Natalia Sinelnikova - Angst, dass die Gesellschaft kippt

Das Gespräch | rbbKultur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 47:21


Natalia Sinelnikova (33) beschreibt sich selbst als russisch-jüdische Filmregisseurin, die in Deutschland aufgewachsen ist. Mit ihrem Abschlussfilm an der Filmuniversität Babelsberg Konrad Wolf hat sie es in diesem Jahr sofort auf die Berlinale geschafft. Und nicht nur das: „Wir könnten genauso gut tot sein“ steht auch auf einer der Shortlists für den Oscar. Der Film ist eine düstere Sozialsatire über Angst und Identitäten. „WIR GESUCHT Was hält uns zusammen?“ Zum Auftakt der ARD Themenwoche spricht Natalia Sinelnikova über eine der zentralen Fragen ihres Films: Was braucht es, um eine Gemeinschaft zum Kippen zu bringen?

Vollbild - das Filmmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Die schleppende Aufarbeitung der Berlinale: der Fall Alfred Bauer

Vollbild - das Filmmagazin - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 5:54


Berndt, Christianwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, VollbildDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

CinemaScope's podcast
11/04/2022 with Filmmaker Nina Menkes

CinemaScope's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 27:00


In this episode, we're speaking with pioneering filmmaker Nina Menkes, who's one of the first women to present a feature film at Sundance and the filmmaker behind documentary BRAINWASHED: Sex-Camera-Power, which premiered at Sundance 2022 and has since screened at other prominent festivals worldwide. BRAINWASHED was released theatrically in October 2022 by Kino Lorber.   Considered a cinematic feminist pioneer and one of America's foremost independent filmmakers, Nina has shown widely in major international film festivals including multiple premieres at Sundance, Cannes, the Berlinale and Toronto.   Nina has an MFA with high honors from the UCLA Film School (1989). She's taught film directing at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and is currently a faculty member at California Institute of the Arts. She is a directing member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).   Nina synthesizes inner-dream worlds with harsh, outer realities. She was called “brilliant, one of the most provocative artists in film today” by the Los Angeles Times, and her body of work was described as “controversial, intense and visually stunning” by Sight and Sound. Nina has referred to herself as a witch; and Dennis Lim, writing in The New York Times, called her a “cinematic sorceress.”   

Close Up. Ein Podcast übers Filmemachen
Regisseur Burhan Qurbani & Toks Körner — Folge 3

Close Up. Ein Podcast übers Filmemachen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 90:24


Burhan Qurbani hat mit seinem kreativen Team aus Hochschulzeiten (Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg) Partner:innen fürs Leben gefunden. Seither gestaltet er mit seiner „Filmfamilie“ gesellschaftsrelevante Stoffe von großer sinnlicher Qualität, wie „Berlin Alexanderplatz“ oder „Wir sind jung. Wir sind stark.“. Sein erster Film „Shahada“ war nach über 20 Jahren der erste Abschlussfilm der im Wettbewerb der Berlinale lief. Mit unserem Gast-Moderator Toks Körner teilt Burhan Qurbani offen und schonungslos die Höhen und Tiefen seiner Kariere, spricht über das Hadern und Zweifeln genauso wie über seine unabdingbare Leidenschaft fürs Filmemachen und sein Bestreben mit seinen Filmen Worte zu finden wofür wir keine Worte haben, nur Gefühle.Handwerk, Hausaufgaben und Struktur sind ihm dabei genauso wichtig wie der rote Faden einer Geschichte, den er gemeinsam mit allen Teammitgliedern entwickelt und er beschreibt die Herausforderung, diesen roten Faden nie zu verlieren. Eindrücklich schildert er wie eigene Rassismuserfahrungen die Entwicklung seiner Stoffe geprägt haben und hält ein Plädoyer für die Förderung und eine bessere, breitere Ausbildung von Autor:innen.Präsentiert wird Close-up von MUBI, einem globalen, kuratierten Streaming-Service, der großartige und visionäre Filme aus der ganzen Welt zeigt.Jeden Tag stellt MUBI einen neuen Film vor, der handverlesen und mit großer Sorgfalt von Kurator:innen ausgewählt wird. Von neuen Regietalenten und Festival-Perlen bis hin zu den preisgekrönten Meisterwerken der Kinogeschichte: Auf MUBI gibt es immer etwas Neues zu entdecken.Close-up-Hörer·innen können MUBI jetzt exklusiv 30 Tage kostenlos ausprobieren: Unter mubi.com/close-upEin Podcast der Deutschen Filmakademie.Podcast Homepage · Facebook · InstagramMehr zum Gast:Auf www.agenturhomebase.de/clients/burhan-qurbani/Mehr zum Host:www.trinitymovie.de/toks-koerner/Foto: Malika Zouhali-Worrall / Urban RuthsSchnitt: Nicolai ZielAufnahme: SonnenstudioMusik: Martin TodsharowProduktion: Deutsche Filmakademie e.V. / Inga Goossens, Jule BartramTechnische Umsetzung: Sophie NietheKapitel00:01:30 Biografie Burhan Qurbani00:04:32 Gretchenfrage00:08:19 Flucht, Rassismus und Selbstverständnis als PoC00:20:39 Das Handwerk/die Kunst des Geschichtenerzählens00:27:19 Arbeit mit den Schauspieler:innen00:32:05 Entwicklung des visuellen Konzepts00:37:00 Durch die Höhen und Tiefen des Berufs, gemeinsam mit der „Filmfamilie“00:43:15 Verarbeitung eigener Erlebnisse von rechtsextremer Gewalt in „Wir sind jung. Wir sind stark.“00:55:38 Umgang mit Verletzungen/Kritik01:03:53 Handwerk, Hausaufgaben, Struktur01:08:54 „Berlin Alexanderplatz“01:16:30 Selbstverpflichtung gegenüber dem Publikum gesellschaftlich relevant und gleichermaßen sinnlich zu erzählen01:21:43 Was wünscht Du dem deutschen Kino?

APUNTESdeCINE con Felipe Flores
APUNTESdeCINE con los ganadores del FICM Pt1

APUNTESdeCINE con Felipe Flores

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 19:09


Primera parte de tener a la gente que transformó el cine este año 2022. En esta primera parte, tenemos a dos mujeres que marcaron pauta, la ganadora del “Oso de Plata” de la pasada Berlinale, Natalia López Gallardo con su “Manto de Gemas”, además de Laura Mora, ganadora de la “Concha de Oro” en SSIFF con “Los Reyes del mundo”.

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Production
IFH Film Production Archive: Jason Michael Berman - Producing 5 Sundance Films & Making it in Hollywood

Indie Film Hustle® Podcast Archives: Film Production

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 22:12


Jason Michael Berman - Producing 5 Sundance Films & Making it in HollywoodSPECIAL SUNDANCE EDITION of the Indie Film Hustle PodcastI had the honor of speaking to Jason Michael Berman at Sundance this year. He's a Sundance vet. He has premiered 5 features at Sundance over the years and has the record for the highest selling film at Sundance ever, The Birth of a Nation which sold for $17.5 million. Crazy! This year he premiered the remarkable film Burning Sands at the festival. The film is about the intensifying violence of underground hazing on a college campus.Jason dropped some great knowledge bombs in our interview with my co-host Sebastian Twardosz. Here's a bit on Jason Michael Berman:Jason Michael Berman is the Vice President of Mandalay Pictures, where he is responsible for developing and structuring financing for Mandalay's slate of independent films, in addition to packaging projects.Berman has produced feature films that have debuted at premiere film festivals around the globe, including the Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW, Tribeca, Berlinale, and Edinburgh. Berman was named by Variety in 2011 as one of the Top Ten Producers to Watch, and by Deadline Hollywood in 2012 as one of the Top Ten Producers to Watch at Sundance.Berman produced Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation, starring Parker, Armie Hammer, Jackie Earle Haley, Gabrielle Union, and Penelope Ann Miller, about the true life story of Nat Turner's slave rebellion. The Birth of a Nation premiered in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. - WikipediaAll of these Sundance Series episodes are co-produced by Sebastian Twardosz from Circus Road Films and Media Circus.Right click here to download the MP3Download on iTunes DirectLINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEMandalay PicturesJason Michael Berman - IMDBSebastian TwardoszCircus Road FilmsMedia Circus PRSPONSORSDirecting Actors Master Course – (30% OFF – CODE: HUSTLE)Get Your Film on Netflix, Hulu & Amazon & Keep 100% off the Revenue - DistribberHollywood Camera Work: Mastering High-End Blocking and Staging (30% OFF – CODE: HUSTLE)Aaron Sorkin Screenwriting Master ClassHans Zimmer Film Scoring MasterClassKevin Spacey Acting Master ClassFreeFilmBook.com (Download Your FREE Filmmaking Audio Book)KILLER RESOURCES!!!INDIE FILM SYNDICATE Filmmaking Community

Blissful Spinster
Nina Menkes - Independent Filmmaker & Director

Blissful Spinster

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 22:33


Meet, Nina Menkes! Nina lives in Los Angeles and is considered a cinematic feminist pioneer and one of America's foremost independent filmmakers. Nina's work includes, the narrative films “Queen of Diamonds”, “The Bloody Child”, “The Great Sadness of Zohara”, “Magdalena Viraga”, and “Phantom Love”. Nina's work has been shown widely in major international film festivals including Sundance, the Berlinale, Cannes, Locarno, AFI, BFI-London, the New York Film Festival to name a few. Nina's honors include a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Creative Capital Awardand a Berlinale FIPRESCI Prize for her first feature documentary MASSAKER. Most recently, Nina premiered her second documentary and fourth feature, BRAINWASHED: SEX-CAMERA-POWER at Sundance this year, and it's how I discovered her and this amazing and impactful documentary which explores the sexual-politics of cinematic shot design. BRAINWASHED has screened widely at A-list festivals and was awarded the 2022 Female Empowerment Seal by the Critics' Choice Association. But most importantly, it's now being distributed by Kino Lorber. I was so happy to see BRAINWASHED receive a theatrical release, in Los Angeles & New York City to begin with, this little film that could with a powerful message has been held over due to demand & is also gaining screenings in other cities. I'll leave the link to the film's screening page in the show notes. Trust me, you want to head to the theatre and watch BRAINWASHED in a communal setting. I was thrilled when I saw that BRAINWASHED was going to play at my local art house theatre the Laemmle Royal, but the best part of the evening was getting to meet Nina after the screening and having her agree to chat with me on Blissful Spinster! Her time was limited but our chat is full of her insight and inspiration. I'm so excited to bring you my conversation with Nina! Connect with Nina on: Instagram, Twitter & FacebookConnect with Kino Lorber on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & TikTokFollow Brainwashed Movie on: Instagram & FacebookFind a screening of Brainwashed near you at: Kino MarqueeLearn more about the Blissful Spinster Podcast and connect with Cris on the website, Instagram & Twitter

Kulturnytt i P1
Ny avhandling undersöker hur kändisar som Carolina Gynning och Måns Zelmerlöw skildras

Kulturnytt i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 5:55


En av världens största filmfestivaler, Berlinale, offentliggör nu hela rapporten om festivalens grundare Alfred Bauers bakgrund och Kirsty Armstrong och Carl Stanley kan numera titulera sig årets kvinnliga respektive manliga komiker. Producent: Minna GrönforsProgramledare: Maria Askerfjord Sundeby

Trek am Dienstag - Der wöchentliche Star-Trek-Podcast
Trek am Freitag #30: Star Trek anno 1992 (DbPdW92)

Trek am Dienstag - Der wöchentliche Star-Trek-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 80:12


Unser Netzwerk "Die besten Podcasts der Welt" begeht den großen Crossover-Themenmonat 92! Da lassen sich Simon und Sebastian natürlich nicht lumpen und unternehmen mit euch im Raumschiff Edelweiss eine Zeitreise ins Star-Trek-Jahr 1992. Als jede Menge brandneues und großartiges TNG auf dem ZDF lief, als zum bisher einzigen Mal ein Star-Trek-Film auf der Berlinale seine Deutschlandpremiere feierte, als im Augsburger Hotelturm die allererste FedCon stattfand – und als ein in vielerlei Hinsicht grenzüberschreitender Fanclub-Krieg zwischen Deutschland und Österreich ausbrach.

Stichwort Drehbuch - Der Podcast vom Verband Deutscher Drehbuchautoren (VDD)

Der Passfälscher feierte seine Weltpremiere bei der Berlinale 2022 und läuft nun in den Kinos. Der Film beruht auf dem autobiografischen Erzählung von Cioma Schönhaus, die nun von Maggie Peren als Drehbuch geschrieben und verfilmt wurde.  Wir haben mit der Kollegin über ihre vielfältige Karriere und den Werdegang dieses Projekts gesprochen. Denn die Wurzeln des Drehbuchs liegen schon viele Jahre zurück. 

Eins zu Eins. Der Talk
In memoriam Wolfgang Kohlhaase, Filmemacher

Eins zu Eins. Der Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 39:47


Für seinen "knappen, lakonischen Ton", seinen "Dialogwitz" und seinen "melancholischen, manchmal bitteren" Stil bekam der Filmemacher Wolfgang Kohlhaase 2010 den Goldenen Ehrenbären der Berlinale. Als Autor von Filmen wie "Sommer vorm Balkon", "Ich war neunzehn" und "Berlin - Ecke Schönhauser..." ehrte die Deutsche Filmakademie sein Lebenswerk mit der "Lola". Jetzt ist der Drehbuchautor im Alter von 91 Jahren gestorben - wir wiederholen ein Gespräch von 2013. Moderation: Daniela Arnu

FNI Wrap Chat
#173 | Antonia Campbell-Hughes | Actor/Writer/Director

FNI Wrap Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 40:21


Antonia Campbell-Hughes is a striking presence on screen and now it seems in the Directors chair with her debut feature "It's in us all" featuring Cosmo Jarvis. Our Host Georgina McKevitt chatted to her about her close attention to character and her journey from Script to screen. (@itsgeorginamckevitt) Named a Screen Star of Tomorrow and a Shooting Star at the Berlinale, her acting credits include films such as Jane Campion's BRIGHT STAR, KELLY+VICTOR, 3096DAYS, and most recently Colum Eastwood's BLACK MEDICINE. TV acting credits include comedy LEAD BALLOON, BBC's MY MOTHER AND OTHER STRANGERS, and new series DANGEROUS LIAISONS for Playground/Starz. As a writer/director Antonia has just finished her debut feature IT IS IN US ALL a complex psychological drama starring Cosmo Jarvis and Claes Bang. As well as her own projects she is co-writing dramedy, GOOD GRIEF, with Dolly Wells for Out of Orbit, LUCIA, a biopic of Lucia Joyce, with Alexandra McGuiness, and will direct LYNOTT, a feature inspired by My Boy, the story of Philomena and Phil Lynott, for Shy Punk Productions. Why not Join us THIS SATURDAY for our inaugural all day event at our Members Fni Expo at Griffith College Dublin on Sat 24th September.   Visit:  link.wearefni.com/unmasked for tics. IT WILL BE GREAT!!! FNI Wrapchat is Produced by PBL, Paul Webster and Edited and Mixed by Mark Monks in the heart of Dublin City Centre at the Podcast Studios. https://www.thepodcaststudios.ie/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check out Film Network Ireland at https://wearefni.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/filmnetworkireland https://twitter.com/fni_film https://www.instagram.com/filmnetworkireland ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support Film Network Ireland at BuyMeACoffee.com/fni ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join our mentors initiative with Film Network Ireland at https://wearefni.com/mentors/

The afikra Podcast
AHD KAMEL | Sanctity | Movie Night

The afikra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:50


Ahd spoke about her film, "Sanctity."Ahd Kamel is an actress, filmmaker from Saudi Arabia. She is most well known for her starring role in “Wadjda” (2012) which is Saudi Arabia's first feature film. She is multi-lingual and speaks English fluently. She launched her film career in 2005 with a string of internationally successful short films, all three of which have won festival awards. Kamel moved to New York City in 1998 to study law at Columbia University, then completed her BFA in Animation & Communication from Parsons School of Design, after which, she further diversified her education, obtaining a directing degree from the New York Film Academy. Still not satiated, Kamel then went on to study acting under the personal tutelage of William Esper at the Esper Studio. Her first lead role earned her the Golden Gate Award for Best Actress at the San Francisco International Film Festival. “La Sainteté”, her 2nd directorial short, in which she also starred, received a Golden Bear nomination at the Berlinale in 2013 and won the Golden Aleph at the Beirut International Film Festival in 2013. Her move into the world of English-language features began with a position as technical adviser on Peter Berg's “The Kingdom”. Kamel was presented with a Cloeween Connection Award from Spike Lee, by the Abu Dhabi Authority of Culture and Heritage as an emerging Arab filmmaker.Created & hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Edited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Movie Night: Movie Night is an interview series that calls for afikra community members who are interested in movies and films to spend time watching along with the entire community. Movies will be announced on afikra's watching list. This interview series will host filmmakers and actors who are featured in the announced movie. Community members will be asked to watch the film on online streaming platforms or online film festivals before the series and join the conversation with the creators of the film. Movie Night is an opportunity for members to ask questions about the plot, behind the scenes, themes, and information about the movie.Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience ‎on Zoom.‎ Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp   FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:‎afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on  afikra.com