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Hide Your Smiling Faces

dir. Daniel Patrick Carbone
USA/2013 /81 min./1.78:1
World Premiere: Berlinale (2013)
US Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival (2013)
Distributor: Tribeca Film

Signaled boldly and evocatively by a cold-blooded clash of fauna in the opening frame of Carbone’s debut feature, predation and mortality cast long shadows over the course of events that unfolds for a pair of brothers during the languor of a formative summer vacation. 155 more words

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Listen again: 17th February 2015

Musical performer Tim McArthur chats to Rosie about his debut album Don’t Be Anything Less. He also tells us about getting his kit off in the revival of… 269 more words

Listen Again

A Portrait of the Hero as a Human

Film review: Selma (Director: Ava DuVernay)

By Sascha Krieger

No, this doesn’t seem right: words of doubt are the first we hear in this film centering on the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize winner and leader if the United States civil rights movement of the 1950s and 60s Martin Luther King. 722 more words

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Everything is as bad as possible: Exploring dystopic spaces at the Berlinale

Often, when cinema imagines dystopic realities — imaginary worlds where things are as bad as they can get — we’re talking about post-apocalyptic pictures. From the blasted, grey world of The Road to the fight-to-the-death theatrics of… 1,348 more words

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Robert Pattinson banner: The Childhood of a Leader

While I’m here rounding up my look back at February, I thought I’d share this site banner for RobertPattinsonau.com to celebrate Rob filming this new project earlier in the month.  83 more words

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Robert Pattinson wallpaper: Berlinale Film Festival

And here’s my celebration of all things Rob at the Berlinale Film Festival last month for the world premiere of LIFE – it’s already been quite a year!! 78 more words

Robert Pattinson

Ein Regenbogen auf der Berlinale 2015

2015 war die indische Präsenz auf der Berlinale im Vergleich zum Vorjahr gering. „Dhanak“, der Langfilm bei den Kindern und zwei Kurzfilme waren zu sehen. Darüber hinaus war Madhusree Dutta, Filmemacherin aus Mumbai, Mitglied in der dreiköpfigen Kurzfilmjury. 519 more words

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