MoMA & Film Society of Lincoln Center Announce New Direct. By Zack Sharf | Indiewire January 21, 2015 at 2:04PM The nine official selections for the 44th edition of New Directors/New Films includes filmmakers from France, Austria, India and more. Drafthouse Films "The Tribe" With the 44th edition of the New Directors/New Films festival set for March 18-29, the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have announced the first official nine selections for the event dedicated to the discovery of new works by emerging and dynamic filmmaking talent. Representing 11 countries from around the world, the initial nine selections include: "Christmas, Again"Charles Poekel, USA (79 min)A forlorn Noel (Kentucker Audley) pulls long, cold nights as a Christmas-tree vendor in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
As obnoxious, indifferent, or downright bizarre customers come and go, doing little to restore Noel’s faith in humanity, only the flirtatious innuendos of one woman and the drunken pleas of another seem to lift him out of his funk. The 25 Best Films About Character’s Descent Into Madness. ‘Whom God wishes to destroy, he first turns mad.’ For many years both director and viewer have shared an attraction to watching ongoing battles between characters and their subconscious, with the latter more often than not, the victor. Losing one’s mind is one of the most frightening prospects as within this; we lose our perception of the world around us, thus setting up a confusing and sometimes disturbing journey to those dark places. The following films, in chronological order, all contain a character that at some point takes a turn to madness, some more than others. Some viewers may be disappointed that One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is not included but for this reviewer, it was rather too obvious an inclusion.
So read on and enjoy the ride. 1. Easily one of the most widely known and influential films of all time, Fritz Lang’s M is a German crime thriller released in 1931. 2. Why did they fail? 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Pages: 1 2 3. Independent film. 20 Essential French New Wave And Left Bank Films. Post-WWII France was a different environment for French cinema. Government funding and lighter cameras provided new opportunities for aspiring filmmakers, whose innovations – along with the general climate of European arthouse cinema – would help usher in a new modernist phase of filmmaking.
Critics appropriated the term “Nouvelle Vague” – a phrase coined by L’Express journalist Françoise Giroud to describe French youths – to describe a particular faction of these modernist French filmmakers, but it did not come to represent all of the French filmmakers at the time. It is a common belief that any French filmmaker from 1958 to 1969 was a part of the Nouvelle Vague, but the truth is that the movement only consisted of five critics-turned-directors: François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Eric Rohmer, Claude Chabrol, and Jacques Rivette.
The Left Bank and the New Wave were never in opposition, but they co-existed, and often times intermingled with one another. 20. La réligieuse (Dir. 19. 18. Get Accepted Into Film Festivals. There isn't a one-size-fits-all festival plan, so we'll look at the different elements to consider when creating a festival strategy for your film. Evaluating Your Film Festival Goals Is there a story you just need to tell or share? Or a cause that you're passionate about that would make a great documentary? Every filmmaker has their own muse; likewise, they have their own reason for submitting to film festivals. Film festival awards can look great in your video production office and help build client trust. Learning More About The Festivals Every weekend, you can find a film festival going on somewhere.
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With the advent of mass home cinema in the last decade, and the increasing availability of pretty much anything and everything on DVD, Blu-ray, or streaming services like Netflix, world cinema has finally crossed the divide of being the preserve of the connoisseur, or the type of thing you’d stumble on late at night on TV. In the last ten years, world cinema has made a massive impact on film-of-the-year lists, and many people’s personal favourites.
Starting from 2002 and ending here in 2012, it’s safe to say that you’ll have seen many of the films below, and enjoyed them simply as great pieces of filmmaking, regardless of where they came from. If, however, you are in any doubt of the utter brilliance of world cinema, then take your time to read the list below, and pick a few to watch that interest you. I guarantee you won’t be disappointed. 50. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. 44. 43. Creative Media Production (Film Making) - Summary. Why study this course Is your future in film? This degree-level filmmaking course will teach you the practical elements of digital and film, editing and cinematography and will give you the skills and confidence to progress as either an independent filmmaker, freelancer or onto higher education. The Filmmaking HNC (Higher National Certificate) is the equivalent to the first year of a degree and this is a fantastic opportunity to study film and filmmaking at a respected training and education institution.
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TSPDT - 1,000 Greatest Films (Full List) Brighton Film School. The 25 Most Visually Stunning Films of The Past 5 Years. When someone mentions “visually stunning films”, it’s easy to associate this with films that lack real content, and instead are based mainly on images without portraying anything truly significant. The fact that these films are so relevant visually doesn’t mean that they don’t still tell a great story. In fact, most of the films here are also considered some of the best from the last four years, and with reason. The wonderful collaborations between these directors, cinematographers, production, art and costume designers, colorists, etc., are most often built around a story, working towards the best ways to capture and express it in order to make fantastic and overwhelming visual experiences.
Over the last few years, a lot of filmmakers have been coming up with completely distinct storytelling formats, experimenting and toying with unusual mediums and styles. 1. Her (2013) The color scheme is one of the most interesting features he brought to the film. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Pages: 1 2 3. Funding for film training - Creative Industries - Creative Skillset. The Creative Skillset Film Skills Fund is the largest fund in the UK dedicated to supporting film-specific training. You can benefit directly through funding for training - grants of money towards the costs of courses. The Film Skills Fund is invested in training in priority skills that are identified by the film industry through our research and by the senior employers on the Film Skills Council. These schemes are currently open for applications - remember to read the funding guidelines to check whether you're eligible before you apply: Other funding sources If the training for which you wish to find funding does not fall within these priorities, there are other funding organisations that may be able to help.
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Jim Jarmusch's 5 Golden Rules (or non-rules) of Moviemaking by Jim Jarmusch. Jim Jarmusch is a major proponent of independent cinema, directing features such as Dead Man, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Coffee and Cigarettes, Broken Flowers, and The Limits of Control . His latest film, Only Lovers Left Aliv e, premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for the prestigious Palme d’Or. Only Lovers Left Alive stars Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as two vampires in love. Last week’s Wisdom Wednesday brought you 13 (Lucky) Golden Rules of Moviemaking from Steve Buscemi. The man himself directed readers to “Find the back issue of MovieMaker that lists the rules (or non-rules) of Jim Jarmusch.” Buscemi quickly added his admiration for Jarmusch, saying “He rules. Rule #1 : There are no rules. Rule #2 : Don’t let the fuckers get ya. Also, avoid sycophants at all costs. Rule #3 : The production is there to serve the film.
Rule #4 : Filmmaking is a collaborative process. Rule #5 : Nothing is original. Share the MovieMaker love! Reality Bites: The 25 Best and Worst Biopics Pictures. Sundance Institute. Sparkcharts.sparknotes.com/film/film/section7.php. By the 1960s, Hollywood was in decline, unable to keep up with the radical political and cultural developments transforming American society. European films, however, fueled by government funding of film production, achieved unprecedented levels of critical acclaim and box-office success. The sophistication and creativity of these films led to the recognition of cinema as an artistic medium, not simply a form of mass entertainment.
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