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This year, Jameson Dublin Film Festival commemorates Latin American cinema


This year, JDIFF commemorates Latin American cinema with a wonderful season including Daniel and Diego Veda Vidal‘s October and the part-documentary, part cinematic essay Nostalgia for the Light.

26/01/2011 at 9:00 pm Leave a comment

BFI London Film Festival: A World Away From the Mundane Mainstream


With so few features from outside of the United States and Europe securing a theatrical release in this country, it is vital that festivals continue to showcase pictures from Latin America, Asia and Africa. No British event is as committed to world cinema as the BFI London Film Festival and the 54th selection is typically diverse and distinguished.
From Quebec to Patagonia, the contribution from the Americas is particularly strong this year, with Xavier Dolan’s Heartbeats confirming the good impression that he made at the tender age of 21 with How I Killed My Mother (2009). Indeed, he also takes the lead in this Montreal variation on François Truffaut’s Jules et Jim (1961), as he competes with gal pal Monia Chokri for the affections of new-in-town Niels Schneider. Seething with catty lines and camply hip visuals that owe as much to Wong Kar-wai, François Ozon and Christophe Honoré as the nouvelle vague, this achingly stylish paean to unrequited lust peppers the action with vox pops to emphasise its dramatic points. However, it’s the fond rivalry between Dolan and Chokri (that eventually brings them to blows during a stay in the (more…)

25/10/2010 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Three films from Peru to be screened in Washington film festival


La Teta Asustada

Three award-winning Peruvian films will be screened in Washington DC, United States, reports Peru.com.

These films are: The Milk of Sorrow (2009 Berlin Golden Bear winner, by Claudia Llosa), Undertow (Sundance Festival Audience Award, by Javier Fuentes-Leon) and October (awarded in Cannes with “Un Certain Regard” prize, by Daniel and Diego Vega), which will be shown at the Washington Latin American Film Festival opening today, Sept. 21, in Silver Spring, a suburb near Washington D.C.
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23/09/2010 at 4:09 pm Leave a comment

AFI Latin American Film Fest Opens with “Revolution;” Closes in and with “October”


An image from Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas's "Linha de Passe."

AFI has announced their complete lineup for the 2010 AFI Latin American Film Festival in Silver Spring, MD.
The fest will open on September 21 with “Revolution,” a shorts compilation commissioned by Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz, featuring some of Mexico’s leading contemporary directors (among them, Fernando Eimbcke, Carlos Reygadas, Rodrigo Garcia, Bernal, and Luna) exploring themes and stories inspired by the Mexican Revolution, in honor of its 100th anniversary.
The festival will close on October 13 with “October,” Daniel and Diego Vega Vidal’s film that won the Jury Prize in the 2010 Canne Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard section.  “October” follows Clemente, a moneylender, who enters his office to find a baby girl in a basket.  He must search among the prostitutes he frequents to find the baby’s mother, as his neighbor looks after the baby and his office.  (more…)

20/09/2010 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment


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