miércoles, 30 de enero de 2013

Poster de la edición 66 de Locarno

Del 7 al 17 de  de octubre se llevará a cabo la edición 66 del Festival de Cine de Locarno, acá la página del festival.

Paperman, corto animado nominado al Oscar



Paperman de John Kahrs, es uno de los cinco cortos animados que se encuentra nominado para la entrega 85 de los Oscar, que será el próximo 24 de febrero. Acá dejo el corto en cuestión.  

martes, 29 de enero de 2013

Filmes de la Sección Oficial del FICCI


El Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias, que llevará a cabo su edición 53 del 21 al 27 de febrero próximos, anunció su sección oficial que se compone de quince filmes. Entre ellos están Blancanieves de Pablo Berger y Tabu de Miguel Gomes, dos de las favoritas.


7 CAJAS / 7 BOXES  Paraguay / 2012 / Guaraní y español, con subtítulos en español e inglés / /
Dirección / Direction:   Juan Carlos Maneglia, Tana Schémbori
Producción / Production:   Estefania Ortiz, María Victoria Ramírez, Carlos González, Juan Carlos Maneglia, Richard Careaga









AQUÍ Y ALLÁ / HERE AND THERE  España / Estados Unidos / México / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 110 / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Antonio Méndez Esparza
Producción / Production:   Tim Hobbs, Ori Dov Gratch, Pedro Hernández Santos









BLANCANIEVES / BLANCANIEVESEspaña / 2012 / Silente. / 104 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Pablo Berger
Producción / Production:   Jerome Vidal
Guión / Screenplay:   Pablo Berger
Cinematógrafo / Cinematographer:   Kiko de la Rica
CARNE DE PERRO / DOG FLESH Chile / Francia / Alemania / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 81 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Fernando Guzzoni
Producción / Production:   Adrian Solar
Guión / Screenplay:   Fernando Guzzoni
Cinematógrafo / Cinematographer:   Bárbara Álvarez
CIELO OSCURO / DARK HEAVEN Peru / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 75 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Joel Calero
Producción / Production:   Joel Calero









CORES / COLORS Brasil / 2012 / Portugués con subtítulos en español e inglés / 95 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Francisco Garcia
Producción / Production:   Andre Gevaerd, Sara Silveira









DESHORA / DESHORA Colombia / Argentina / Noruega / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / /
Dirección / Direction:   Bárbara Sarasola-Day
Producción / Production:   Jhonny Hendrix, Federico Eibuszyc , Dag Hoel, Barbara Sarasola-Day









EL FARO / THE LIGHTHOUSE Colombia / 2013 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 85 min / 35 Mm
Dirección / Direction:   Luis Fernando Pacho Bottía
Producción / Production:   Juan Manuel Buelvas Díaz









EL FUTURO / IL FUTURO Chile/ España / Italia / Alemania / 2013 / Inglés e italiano con subtítulos en español e inglés / 95 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Alicia Scherson
Producción / Production:   Bruno Bettati, Christoph Friedel, Mario Mazzarotto, Claudia Steffen, Emanuele Nespeca, Luis Angel Ramirez, Alvaro Alonso









INFANCIA CLANDESTINA / CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD Argentina / España / Brasil / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 110 Min / 35 Mm
Dirección / Direction:   Benjamín Ávila
Producción / Production:   Luis Puenzo









LAS LÁGRIMAS / THE TEARS  México / 2012 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 66 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Pablo Delgado Sánchez
Producción / Production:   Henner Hofmann, Karla Bukantz









SEÑORITAS / SEÑORITAS Colombia / Canadá / 2013 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 87 min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Lina Rodríguez
Producción / Production:   Lina Rodríguez, Brad Deane









TABÚ / TABU Portugal / 2012 / Portugués con subtítulos en español e inglés / 110 Min / 35 Mm
Dirección / Direction:   Miguel Gomes
Producción / Production:   Luís Urbano, Sandro Aguilar









TANTA AGUA / TANTA AGUA Uruguay / 2013 / Español con subtítulos en inglés / 102 min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge
Producción / Production:   Agustina Chiarino










VIOLA /
Argentina / 2012 / / 65 Min / Digital
Dirección / Direction:   Matías Piñeiro
Producción / Production:   Melanie Schapiro









Ganadores de los SAG Awards


Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
Supporting actor: Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
Supporting actress: Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Cast: Argo
Stunt ensemble: Skyfall
TELEVISION
Actor in a movie or miniseries: Kevin Costner Hatfields & McCoys
Actress in a movie or miniseries: Julianne Moore, Game Change
Actor in a drama series: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”
Actress in a drama series: Claire Danes, Homeland
Actor in a comedy series: Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Actress in a comedy series: Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Drama series cast: Downton Abbey
Comedy series cast: Modern Family
Stunt ensemble: Game of Thrones
LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Dick Van Dyke

domingo, 27 de enero de 2013

Filmes en la sección Panorama de la Berlinale


Panorama

- "Boven is het stil" (Holanda, Alemania), de Nanouk Leopold
- "Concussion" (EEUU), de Stacie Passon
- "Flores Raras" (Brasil), de Bruno Barreto
- "Hayatboyu" (Alemania), de Asli Ozge
- "Interior. Leather Bar." (EEUU), de Travis Mathews, James Franco
- "Kai PO Che" (India), de Abhishek Kapoor
- "Djassa" (Costa de Marfil, Francia), de Lonesome Solo
- "Lose Your Head" (Alemania), de Stefan Westerwelle, Patrick Schuckmann
- "Maladies" (EEUU), de Carter
- "Mes séances de lutte" (Francia), de Jacques Doillon
- "Soğuk" (Turquía), de Uğur Yücel
- "Something in the Way" (Indonesia), de Teddy Soeriaatmadja
- "Upstream Color" (EEUU), de Shane Carruth
- "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" (Taiwan), de Arvin Chen
- "Workers" (México, Alemania), de José Luis Valle González
- "Youth" (Israel, Alemania), de Tom Shoval
- "Die Legende von Paul und Paula" (Alemania), de Heiner Carow
- "Baek Ya" (Corea), de Hee-il LeeSong
- "Chemi Sabnis Naketsi (Georgia), de Zaza Rusadze
- "Dduit-dam-hwa: Gam-dok-i-mi-cheot-eo-yo" (Corea), de E J-Yong
- "Deshora" (Argentina, Colombia, Noruega), de Bárbara Sarasola-Day
- "Don Jon’s Addiction" (EEUU), de Joseph Gordon-Levitt
- "Frances Ha" (EEUU), de Noah Baumbach
- "Habi, la extranjera" (Argentina, Brasil), de María Florencia Alvarez
- "Inch´Allah" (Canadá), de Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette
- "Kashi-ggot" (Corea), de Don-ku Lee
- "La piscina" (Cuba, Venezuela), de Carlos Machado
- "Lovelace" (EEUU), de Rob Epstein y Jeffrey Friedman
- "Meine Schwestern" (Alemania), de Lars Kraume
- "Rock the Casbah" (Israel), de Yariv Horowitz
- "Tanta agua" (Uruguay, México, Holanda, Alemania), de Ana Guevara y Leticia Jorge
- "The Broken Circle Breakdown" (Bélgica), de Felix van Groeningen

Berlinale Special

- "The Best Offer" (Italia), de Giuseppe Tornatore
- "The Look of Love" (GB), de Michael Winterbottom
- "Los Miserables" (GB/EEUU), de Tom Hooper.
- "Tokyo Kazoku" (Japón), de Yoji Yamada
- "Top of the Lake" (Australia, Nueva Zelanda), de Jane Campion

Entrevista a Ryan Coogler



Entrevista con Ryan Coogler, director de Fruitvale, cinta ganadora del Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic y el Dramatic Audience Award, del festival de Sundance, que cierra su edición de 2013 este domingo. La cinta cuenta con las actuaciones de Chad Michael Murray, Kevin Durand y Octavia Spencer

Ganadores de Sundance


Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic:
"Fruitvale," directed by Ryan Coogler
Grand Jury Prize, Documentary:
"Blood Brother," directed by Steve Hoover
World Cinema Jury Prize, Dramatic:
"Jiseul," directed by Muel O
World Cinema Jury Prize, Documentary:
"A River Changes Course," directed Kalyanee Mam
Dramatic Audience Award:
"Fruitvale," directed by Ryan Coogler
Documentary Audience Award:
"Blood Brother," directed by Steve Hoover
World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award:
"Metro Manila," directed by Sean Ellis
World Cinema Documentary Audience Award:
"The Square," directed by Jehane Noujaim
The Best of NEXT Audience Award:
"This Is Martin Bonner," directed by Chad Hartigan
Directing Award, Dramatic:
Jill Solloway, "Afternoon Delight"
Directing Award, Documentary:
Zachary Heinzerling, "Cutie and the Boxer"
World Cinema Directing Award, Dramatic:
Sebastián Silva, "Crystal Fairy"
World Cinema Directing Award, Documentary:
Tinatin Gurchiani, "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear"
Waldo Scott Screenwriting Award:
Lake Bell, "In a World"
World Cinema Screenwriting Award:
Barmak Akram, "Wajma (An Afghan Love Story)"
Documentary Editing Award:
Matthew Hamachek, "Gideon's Army"
World Cinema Documentary Editing Award:
Ben Stark, "The Summit"
Excellence in Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
Bradford Young, "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" and "Mother of George"
Excellence in Cinematography Award, Documentary:
Richard Rowley, "Dirty Wars"
World Cinema Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
Michal Englert, "Lasting"
World Cinema Cinematography Award, Documentary:
Marc Silver & Pau Esteve Birba, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"
Special Jury Prize: Dramatic (Acting):
Miles Teller & Shailene Woodley, "The Spectacular Now"
Special Jury Prize: Dramatic (For Sound Design)
Shane Carruth & Johnny Marshal, "Upstream Color"
Special Jury Prizes: Documentary:
"Inequality For All," directed by Jacob Kornbluth
"American Promise" directed by Joe Brewster & Michèle Stephenson

World Cinema Special Jury Prize: Documentary
"Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," directed by Mike Lerner & Maxim Pozdorovkin
World Cinema Special Jury Prize: Dramatic
"Circus" directed by Srdan Golubovic
Alfred P. Sloan Prize
"Computer Chess," directed by Andrew Bujalsi


Y esa nube blanca vaporosa indecisa que nos cubre un instante


Quiero ser todo en el amor
el amante
la amada
el vértigo
la brisa
el agua que refleja
y esa nube blanca
vaporosa
indecisa
que nos cubre un instante.


(Quiero ser todo en el amor, de Claribel Alegría)

sábado, 26 de enero de 2013

viernes, 25 de enero de 2013

Diálogo de Moonrise Kingdom


Suzy: These are my books. I like stories with magic powers in them. Either in  kingdoms on Earth or on foreign planets. Usually I prefer a girl hero,  but not always.

Hollywood Stardom by Way of Doughnuts -NYT-

The cinema is truth


Photography is Truth. The Cinema is Truth Twenty-four Times Per Second.

Jean-Luc Godard

L'écume des jours, lo nuevo de Michel Gondry

Hace unos años que Michel Gondry viene experimentando sobre su propio estilo, en lo personal desde 2008 con Be Kind Rewind, no me entusiasmaba demasiado lo que venia haciendo, el caso es que este año regresa con algo que a todas luces parece ser el Gondry más clásico y fantástico, se trata de L'écume des jours, historia basada en la novela homónima de Boris Vian, con Audrey Tautou, Romain Duris y Omar Sy.

Acá el trailer




Women Filmmakers Panel at Sundance


Marion Cotillard


Marion Cotillard fotografiada por Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

miércoles, 23 de enero de 2013

Django Unchained bounty hunter

No de Pablo Larraín inaugurará el BAFICI


La cinta chilena No, de Pablo Larraín, protagonizada por Gael García Bernal y que desde su nominación como mejor película extranjera en los Oscar a experiementado una explosión mediática, será la encargada de inaugurar la edición 15 del BAFICI, que se llevará a cabo del 10 al 21 de abril próximo. Marcelo Panozzo, nuevo director del festival anunció también el cambio de sede del Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Buenos Aires, que ahora tendrá lugar en diez salas del Village Recoleta y dos del Village Caballito, además de algunas sedes alternas. La otra novedad será que la sección Work in Progress de BAL (Laboratorio de proyectos de BAFICI) seleccionará cuatro trabajos para que participen en el Marché du Film del Festival de Cannes, donde tendrán una proyección.

Escena de Looking for Eric



Looking for Eric es una de las películas que más me gustan de Ken Loach, recuerdo que la vi en Cannes en 2009, cuando competía por la Palma de Oro, acá dejo una escena memorable con Steve Evets y Eric Cantona

Lo dijo Don Draper


“Why does everybody need to talk about everything?

martes, 22 de enero de 2013

Filmes en la competencia de Rotterdam 2013



Mañana incia la edición 42 del festival de Rotterdam, que este año en su competencia se encuentran por parte de México la cinta Penumbra, de Eduardo Villanieva Jiménez y Halley de Sebastián Hofmann. Por la Argentina se está Noche, de Leonardo Brzezicki, y por Brasil, Eles voltam, de Marcelo Lordello. En total 16 cintas competirán por el Hivos Tiger Award, acá la lista completa.

  • 36, Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, Thailand, European premiere
  • Silent Ones, Ricky Rijneke, Netherlands/Hungary, World premiere
  • Chunmeng (Longing for the Rain), Yang Lina, Hong Kong, World premiere
  • Dummy Jim, Matt Hulse, United Kingdom, World premiere
  • Eles voltam (They'll Come Back), Marcelo Lordello, Brazil, International premiere
  • Gozetleme Kulesi (Watchtower), Pelin Esmer, Turkey, European premiere
  • Halley, Sebastián Hofmann, Mexico, European premiere
  • It Felt Like Love, Eliza Hittman, USA, International premiere
  • Larzanandeye charbi (Fat Shaker), Mohammad Shirvani, Iran, European premiere
  • Môj pes Killer (My Dog Killer), Mira Fornay, Slovakia/Czech Republic, World premiere
  • Noche (Night), Leonardo Brzezicki, Argentina, World premiere
  • Penumbra, Eduardo Villanueva Jiménez, Mexico, World premiere
  • Sao karaoke (Karaoke Girl), Visra Vichit Vadakan, Thailand, World premiere
  • Soldate Jeannette (Soldier Jane), Daniel Hoesl, Austria, European premiere
  • Su Re (The King), Giovanni Columbu, Italy, International premiere
  • De wederopstanding van een klootzak (The Resurrection of a Bastard), Guido van Driel, Netherlands, World premiere

Competencia Oficial de la Berlinale 2013


Lo nuevo de Bruno Dumont, Hong Sang-soo, Gus Van Sant y Steven Soderbergh, entre otros estará en la competencia de la edición 63 de la Berlinale, que inaugura con The Grandmaster, de Wong Kar Wai el próximo 7 de febrero.


Competencia Oficial de la Berlinale 2013

Camille Claudel 1915, de Bruno Dumont (Francia)
Elle s'en va, de Emmanuelle Bercot (Francia)
An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker, de Danis Tanovic (Bosnia Herzegovina/Francia/Eslovenia)
Gloria, de Sebastián Lelio (Chile/España)
Gold, de Thomas Arslan (Alemania)
La Religieuse, de Guillaume Nicloux (Francia/Alemania/Bélgica)
Layla Fourie, de Pia Marais (Alemania/Sudáfrica/Francia/Países Bajos)
Paradise: Hope, de Ulrich Seidl (Austria/Francia/Alemania)
Child's Pose, de Călin Peter Netzer (Rumanía)
In the Name of, de Małgośka Szumowska (Polonia)
Harmony Lessons d'Emir Baigazin (Allemagne/Kazakhstan)
A Long and Happy Life, de Boris Khlebnikov (Rusia)
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, de Fredrik Bond (Estados Unidos)
Nobody's Daughter Haewon, de Hong Sang-soo (Corea del Sur)
Pardé, de Jafar Panahi y Kambozia Partovi (Irán)
Promised Land, de Gus Van Sant (Estados Unidos)
Side Effects, de Steven Soderbergh (Estados Unidos)
Prince Avalanche, de David Gordon Green (Estados Unidos)
Vic+Flo ont vu un ours, de Denis Côté (Canadá)

Películas fuera de concurso:
The Grandmaster, de Wong Kar Wai (Hong Kong/China) – Película de apertura
The Croods, de Kirk De Micco y Chris Sanders (Estados Unidos), película de animación en 3D
Night Train to Lisbon [tráiler], de Bille August (Alemania/Suiza/Portugal)
Before Midnight, de Richard Linklater (Grecia/Estados Unidos)
Dark Blood, de George Sluizer (Países Bajos)

Raymond Chandler cameo in Double Indemnity


Diez personajes memorables de Heath Ledger


Hoy se cumplen cinco años de la muerte de Heath Ledger, el martes 22 de enero de 2008 fue encontrado por su ama de llaves en su departamento en SoHo, Manhattan. Ese día la noticia corrió rápido y un mes después nos enteraríamos que la causa fueron los efectos combinados de varios fármacos, entre ellos diazepan, temasepan, oxicodona y otros tantos más. El caso es que a los 28 años murió un gran actor que tenía ya algunos años mostrando su gran capacidad interpretativa. Acá pongo diez personajes memorables de este carismático actor australiano.

1 Joker en The Dark Knight. Dirigida por Christopher Nolan (2008)

2 Ennis Del Mar en Brokeback Mountain. Dirigida por Ang Lee (2005)

3 Sonny Grotowski en Monster's Ball. Dirigida por Marc Forster (2001)

4 Robbie en I'm Not There. Dirigida por Todd Haynes (2007)

5 Ned Kelly en Ned Kelly. Dirigida por Gregor Jordan (2003)

6 Tony en The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. Dirigida por Terry Gilliam (2009)

7 William Thatcher en A Knight's Tale. Dirigida por Brian Helgeland (2001)

8 Patrick Verona en 10 Things I Hate About You. Dirigida por Gil Junger (1999)

9 Jacob Grimm en The Brothers Grimm. Dirigida por Terry Gilliam (2005)

10 Gabriel Martin en The Patriot. Dirigida por Roland Emmerich (2000)

Otros personajes de Ledger
Dan en Candy
Casanova en Casanova
Alex Bernier en Devorador de pecados
Harry Feversham en Las cuatro plumas
Jimmy en Two Hands

A Talk With Ben Affleck and Tony Mendez


lunes, 21 de enero de 2013

10 Things Cinematographers do that Annoys the Rest of the Crew


1. Re Lighting Every Shot

It has always bothered me when DOPs do this. Not because I don’t want to do the extra work, but because it’s a waste of time and in a lot of cases the lighting will not match.
Once things are set in the master shot, is it actually necessary to change everything around completely?
Tweaks, cheats, additions or subtractions make sense, but I have experienced Cinematographers that literally swap out every single light for something else.
Do not waste the crews time, think about all your coverage while you are lighting your master shot and then make decisions based on that.
DO NOT tackle each shot individually.

2. Asking for Every Toy

This one isn’t so bad for the technicians on set since we love to play with toys, but the production team will hate you.
Inexperienced DOPs will ask for absolutely everything as if they can’t make a scene work without all the fancy gear.
It is the truly talented and professional Cinematographers that understand what tools they need to aid in the telling of the story and make their decisions based on that.

3. Setting up Lighting or Grip Gear

It is one thing to help out when things are going nuts and the technicians desperately need a hand, but I have worked with DOPs that will just walk away from the camera and just start randomly setting up a light as if it’s no big deal.
Why Is This Annoying?
1.  It is just not your job, plain and simple. The lighting technicians are paid to do this, the cinematographer is paid to direct those technicians.
2. Chances are you are going to set up that piece of gear incorrectly which a tech will then have to correct. This wastes everyone’s time and the technicians will resent you.
3. If something goes wrong with that piece of gear who do you think everyone will assume is to blame?
Don’t be one of those Cinematographers, allow your crew to do their jobs.

4. Not Communicating Their Goal

The more experience you gain as a technician the less you will need to be walked through things. You will just know what needs to happen and why things are being asked of you.
At the start of your career it can be quite frustrating though.
Often times on smaller sets the DOP and/or AD will decide that a crew blocking is unnecessary or a waste of time (don’t get me started on how moronic that is, but it happens).
Because of this many DOPs will just call out positions of lights and technicians will be left having no idea what these lights are doing and what you are trying to achieve.
This very frustrating and in many cases causes the technicians to hate working for certain DOPs.

5. Talking Down to PAs or Inexperienced Technicians

This is just bad set etiquette in general, but it happens often.
There definitely is a certain amount of hazing that happens to new people on film sets, but it is all in good fun.
What isn’t cool is when people treat Production Assistants like they are useless, or expendable.
That PA can be producing a project a couple of years later and they sure as hell will remember you yelling at them or embarrassing them in front of the whole crew.
I myself have been guilty of this, but not to the extent of some people.
I have witnessed someone make a PA cry! Later that same production assistant was questioning whether or not they wanted to continue a career in the film industry.

6. Using the Wrong Tool for the Job

There are some recurring jokes in the lighting technician word. I never really thought much about them until I sat down to write this post.
The Joke: What do you call a light with two doubles and a single in it?
Answer: The Wrong Light.
Personally I don’t believe in that joke. I’m a firm believer in using bigger light sources scrimmed down, just in case you end up doing high speed.
That brings up a good point though. Use the right tool for the job! I have been asked to do some pretty odd things in my time and it can get very frustrating.
Some situations require a source 4 over a fresnel or a book light over a diffused kino flo.
Study the gear and know what tools you will need to achieve the look you are going for. It is your job!

7. Asking the Wrong Person to do Something

This one drives me crazy!
Occasionally I will work with someone who has no regard for job roles or just doesn’t know any better and will constantly ask people to do things they have no business doing.
It is ignorant, insulting and can make the set a very dangerous place.
I have had DOPs ask the Key Grip to run power for something while I’m standing three feet away from them.
I might have been busy at that moment, but it is still my responsibility and when something goes wrong, a cable is in shot or a breaker pops everyone is going to look at me, not the Cinematographer and Key Grip.

8. Deciding a Crew Blocking is Unnecessary or a Waste of Time

This one is as much the 1st AD’s fault as it is the Cinematographer, but I see it happen all the time.
There are very few times where allowing the crew to see a blocking is unnecessary or a time waster and if you think otherwise – you are wrong, plain and simple.
Technicians need to know what is being seen, not seen and what the planned coverage is. How are we expected to light and run cable if we have no idea what is going on?
Don’t be an ignorant Cinematographer, there are enough out there already!

9. Making Tweaks to Gear with out Letting Anyone Know

I believe in communication on set, sometimes to a fault.
People need to know what is going on, what has happened and what will happen.
Often times if I tweak a light I will let the people under me know what I have done.
Why? Think about it like this: The more information people have the better and faster everyone will work.    If several changes are made and no one is aware but the cinematographer, what happens when that cinematographer asks for a light to be reset?
If they don’t communicate tweaks the technicians will hate working with them because they spend their whole day in a state of confusion and always feeling like they are trying to catch up.
It is no way to work and build relationships with your crew members.

10. Not Being Grateful for People’s Work

A big part of set etiquette is just shaking someones hand and thanking them for the work they did for you that day.
There are hundreds of cinematographers that don’t care about that and actually treat you like you’re a piece of meat. There is this sense of entitlement, like they are the end all be all of film making.
They are not and neither are you!

Entre la noche y el día se estrena en la Cineteca Nacional


El viernes pasado se estrenó en la Cineteca Nacional y su circuito de salas, la cinta Entre la noche y el día, de Bernardo Arellano, producida por el CCC y distribuida por Vendo Cine. Acá dejo la imagen de la rueda de prensa con Arellano, Arcelia Ramírez, Francisco Cruz y la productora Abril Shannon.

Entre vistas con Bernardo Arellano acerca de la película 

Horarios 

You talk to me like that, You knew I was slowly falling in love with you



 Little Green Cars - The John Wayne

miércoles, 16 de enero de 2013

Competencia Oficial FICG Largometraje Iberoamericano de Ficción


Las mariposas de Sadourní (Argentina)
Nosilatiaj. La Belleza        (Argentina)
Infancia clandestina       (Argentina, España, Brasil)
Era uma vez eu, Verônica (Brasil)
Xingu       (Brasil)
El naza    (Chile)
La noche de enfrente   (Chile, Francia)
La pasión de Michelangelo  (Chile, Francia)
La playa DC   (Colombia, Brasil, Francia)
Blancanieves   (España)
El efecto K, el montador de Stalin   (España)
Invasor    (España)
Besos de azúcar  (México)
Tercera llamada     (México)
The boy who smells like fish   (México, Canadá)
El limpiador   (Perú)
Virgem Margarida   (Portugal, Mozambique, Francia)
Tanta agua     (Uruguay, México, Holanda)

jueves, 10 de enero de 2013

Noomi Rapace en el Set de Prometheus


Nominaciones al Oscar 2013

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

Best Achievement in Directing

Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published

Best Animated Feature Film of the Year

Best Foreign Language Film of the Year

Nominees:

Amor (2012)(Austria)
Rebelle (2012)(Canada)
No (2012/I)(Chile)
Un asunto real (2012)(Denmark)
Kon-Tiki (2012)(Norway)

Best Achievement in Cinematography

Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score

Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song

Nominees:

Chasing Ice (2012): J. Ralph("Before My Time")
La vida de Pi (2012): Mychael Danna, Bombay Jayshree("Pi's Lullaby")
Skyfall (2012): Adele, Paul Epworth("Skyfall")
Ted (2012): Walter Murphy, Seth MacFarlane("Everybody Needs a Best Friend")

Best Documentary, Features

Nominees:

The Gatekeepers (2012): To Be Determined
How to Survive a Plague (2012): To Be Determined
The Invisible War (2012): To Be Determined
Searching for Sugar Man (2012): To Be Determined

Best Short Film, Live Action