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Nagesh Kukunoor’s, Dhanak bags the top award at Sneakers Children's Festival

After bagging two awards at the Berlinale, Dhanak (Rainbow) co-produced by Manish Mundra (Drishyam Films) and directed by Nagesh Kukunoor has won the best film award in the main category, ‘Children’s Feature Film Competition’ at the Cinema in Sneakers Children’s Festival, Poland. 183 more words

Indie & Fest

'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence': Andersson's dark humour and humanist touch are a rare delight

Roy Andersson’s final installment in his trilogy about being a human being (“You, The Living” and “Songs from the Second Floor”), “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence,” begins with a comedic bang of twisted humour: a series of three vignettes that detail “meetings with death.” In… 1,058 more words

Film Reviews

Late author/filmmaker Paul Almond bequeaths a final gift with The Inheritor

Next week was to have been particularly special for Paul Almond — one he had been looking forward to for years.

The legendary Quebec filmmaker was to have been on hand Sunday for a special Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) presentation of Almond’s 1968 classic Isabel, starring the director’s first wife, Geneviève Bujold, in her screen debut. 1,127 more words

Movies

Kaaka Muttai Preview

Expectations are sky high for ‘Kaaka Muttai’

Tamil movies are always known for their realistic treatments and approach, and films from this Southern state has mesmerized the audience who live in this vast country an umpteen numbers of times in the past. 279 more words

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François Ozon turns crime story into love story with Une nouvelle amie

François Ozon drew inspiration from master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock for his latest film, Une nouvelle amie, but he also looked to the seediness of American director Brian De Palma, known for films including Scarface, Carrie and the transvestite slasher flick Dressed to Kill. 827 more words

Movies

Toronto Film Fest Vs Telluride Heats Up As TIFF Holds Top Theaters For Exclusives

Word during last month’s Cannes Film Festival was that September’s upcoming Toronto International Film Festival had changed course about insisting — as it did last year — that all movies shown during the first four days of the festival be either World or North American Premieres. 727 more words

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Summer Dates: Halifax, Pan Am Games, TIFF, Hamilton...

Hey Friends,

If allergies are any indication, summer is here! Team Ginger is busy putting together a bunch of projects, including a run of Ginger Nation in… 140 more words