17 septembrie 2009

Time goes by

N-am mai avut timp sa vad filme bune, de unde si seria de copy-paste despre festivaluri. Are o consistenta apoasa, incolora si destul de insipida timpul meu fara filme. Noroc ca mai apuc sa citesc cate ceva noaptea. Dar imi revin in scurt timp.

14 septembrie 2009

Leul de Aur pentru LEBANON

Autobiografia LEBANON, care vorbeste despre razboiul din Liban, in regia israelianului Samuel Maoz, a luat marele premiu.

Iata si lista celorlalte distinctii acordate la a 66-a editie a Festivalului de la Venetia, asa cum apare pe site-ul oficial.

- Golden Lion for best film: Lebanon by Samuel MAOZ (Israel, France, Germany)
- Silver Lion for best director: Shirin NESHAT for the film Zanan Bedone Mardan (Women Without Men) (Germany, Austria, France)
- Special Jury Prize: Soul Kitchen by Fatih AKIN (Germany)
- Coppa Volpi for Best Actor: Colin FIRTH in the film A Single Man by Tom FORD (USA)
- Coppa Volpi for Best Actress: Ksenia RAPPOPORT in the film La doppia ora by Giuseppe CAPOTONDI (Italy)
- “Marcello Mastroianni” Award for Best New Young Actor or Actress: Jasmine TRINCAin the film Il grande sogno by Michele PLACIDO (Italy)
- "Osella" for Best Technical Contribution: Sylvie OLIVÉ for the film Mr. Nobody by Jaco VAN DORMAEL (France)
- "Osella" for Best Screenplay: Todd SOLONDZ for the film Life during Wartime by Todd SOLONDZ (USA)

O cronica despre castigator scrie Eugenia Voda pentru Jurnalul National.

7 septembrie 2009


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