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Al-Ahram Weekly
Firmer than the Berlin Wall1995), a Japanese Shohei Imamura (1983, 1997), two Belgians, Luc and Jean-Pierr
Firmer than the Berlin Wall
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
1995), a Japanese Shohei Imamura (1983, 1997), two Belgians, Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne (1999, 2005) and an Austrian. Michael Haneke (2009, 2012). Though his work has appeared regularly at Venice and Berlin, Loach has maintained a special... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
At midway point, highlights of 2016and Ken Russell's divisive (but truly frightening) The Devils (1971). It also p
At midway point, highlights of 2016
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
and Ken Russell's divisive (but truly frightening) The Devils (1971). It also put me in mind of a couple of disturbing Michael Haneke movies, Cache (2005) and The White Ribbon (2009). As I wrote in my review, "this is a significant film,... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016: 10 essential films to seeCorbet has crafted a fascinating career, eschewing mainstream blockbuster fare
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016: 10 essential films to see
Scotsman / Posted 13 days ago
Corbet has crafted a fascinating career, eschewing mainstream blockbuster fare as a teenager to work with the likes of Michael Haneke, and going on to form a close allegiance with the New York-based Borderline Films collective in his early 20s... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film seriesbelieves one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors lik
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film series
Connecticut Post / Posted 13 days ago
believes one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors like Spain’s Pedro Almodovar and Germany’s Michael Haneke, who have built U.S. followings for their foreign language productions. “I’m always reading about interesting... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film seriesbelieves one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors lik
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film series
Darien News-Review / Posted 13 days ago
believes one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors like Spain’s Pedro Almodovar and Germany’s Michael Haneke, who have built U.S. followings for their foreign language productions. “I’m always reading about interesting... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film seriesbelieves one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors lik
Greenwich Indian cultural center launches film series
Stamford Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
believes one of the reasons is the lack of highly publicized star directors like Spain’s Pedro Almodovar and Germany’s Michael Haneke, who have built U.S. followings for their foreign language productions. “I’m always reading about interesting... Read more
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New Kerala
Would love to work with Irrfan Khan, Nawazuddin: Raam Reddy - newkerala.com #72713that it is hard to list a few. I learnt the language of filmmaking mostly from
Would love to work with Irrfan Khan, Nawazuddin: Raam Reddy - newkerala.com #72713
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
that it is hard to list a few. I learnt the language of filmmaking mostly from watching the world cinema of masters like Michael Haneke, Wong Kar-Wai and Emir Kusturica. At the moment, I have great admiration for many filmmakers from my... Read more
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Salon.com
Forget “Captain America”: This amazing Korean thriller is the summer’s first great movieslides from “Nightmare on Elm Street” more into the terrain of “Silence of the
Forget “Captain America”: This amazing Korean thriller is the summer’s first great movie
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
slides from “Nightmare on Elm Street” more into the terrain of “Silence of the Lambs” and “The Exorcist,” with a touch of Michael Haneke and a lot more of the Bible than you’d expect. “The Wailing” builds slowly but inexorably toward the moment... Read more
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dna
Diary of a first-timer at Cannes 2016: Palme d’Or Ken Loach and the French languagethat everyone expected it to win something. The same goes for Elle. With this
Diary of a first-timer at Cannes 2016: Palme d’Or Ken Loach and the French language
dna / Posted 1 months ago
that everyone expected it to win something. The same goes for Elle. With this Palme d’Or, Ken Loach joins the club of Michael Haneke, Billie August, the Dardenne brothers and Francis Ford Coppola who have two awards under their belt. Loach had... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
British veteran Ken Loach wins Cannes’ top Palm d’Or for I, Daniel Blakehis brilliant Irish civil war drama, The Wind that Shakes the Barley. Loach no
British veteran Ken Loach wins Cannes’ top Palm d’Or for I, Daniel Blake
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 1 months ago
his brilliant Irish civil war drama, The Wind that Shakes the Barley. Loach now joins the likes of Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Haneke, Shohei Imamura, Bille August, Emir Kusturica and brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne -- who had also... Read more
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NBC News
Ken Loach's 'I, Daniel Blake' Wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film FestivalWind That That Shakes the Barley" landed the prize. Loach now joins an elite g
Ken Loach's 'I, Daniel Blake' Wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival
NBC News / Posted 1 months ago
Wind That That Shakes the Barley" landed the prize. Loach now joins an elite group of two-time Palme champs, including Michael Haneke, Francis Ford Coppola, Emir Kusturica, Bille August, Shohei Imamura, Alf Sjoberg and Belgian brothers... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Isabelle Huppert: ‘I’d love to work with Woody Allen or Noah Baumbach’women, rather than the characters she’s often most closely associated with – su
Isabelle Huppert: ‘I’d love to work with Woody Allen or Noah Baumbach’
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
women, rather than the characters she’s often most closely associated with – such as the emotionally damaged musician in Michael Haneke’s harrowing The Piano Teacher, or the murderous women of Chabrol’s films (Violette Nozière, La Cérémonie)?... Read more
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CTV News
From Cannes to the Academy: Can festival wins signal Oscars success?Claude Lelouch, "The Tin Drum" by Volker Schlöndorff, "Pelle the Conqueror" by
From Cannes to the Academy: Can festival wins signal Oscars success?
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
Claude Lelouch, "The Tin Drum" by Volker Schlöndorff, "Pelle the Conqueror" by Bille August and, more recently, "Love" by Michael Haneke are all Palme d'Or winners that went on to bag the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Shirley Booth ("Come... Read more
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