director Kyle Henry
screenplay Kyle Henry
duration 83 minutes
producer Jesse Scolaro, Allen Bain, Darren Goldberg
production The 7th Floor
Kenneth Wayne Bradley
cinematography PJ Raval
sound Justin Hennard, Chris Keyland
editor Pete Beaudreau
music Fritz Robenalt
2 Rue Turgot
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Julia Barker is late for work at the Paradise Bingo, again. Struggling to make ends meet and to raise her daughters, Julia suppresses her own needs and desires to support her family. But the headaches, excruciating migraines, keep coming.Inside her splitting mind, disturbing visions erupt: water, rafters and then the blinding white windows of a warehouse sized room. The space is menacing, mysterious and seductive. The visions intensify and soon there are signs. Julia knows that she must find the room. Desperate, she robs the Bingo hall, abandons her family and flies to New York. Her pilgrimage has begun.
Kyle has directed two documentaries: AMERICAN COWBOY, a ?98 Student Academy Award winner, and UNIVERSITY INC. (?99), a doc about the corporatization of the largest university in America. Kyle is also the editor of the Sundance award-winning film MANITO (?02), and the PBS documentaries ARE THE KIDS ALRIGHT (?04) and LEARNING TO SWALLOW (?05).. He calls Austin, Texas home, and ROOM marks his feature narrative film debut.
director Christophe Honor
screenplay Christophe Honor
duration 92 minutes
producer Jean-Christophe Colson
production Gemini Films William Jehannin, Laure-Aphiba Kangha 34, bd B?bastopol 75004 Paris Frankreich Fon: +33 1 44 88 25 26 Fax: +33 1 40 39 05 90 email@example.com
cinematography Jean-Louis Vialard
sound Fr?d?ric de Ravignan
editor Chantal Hymans
music Alex Beaupain
Elisabeth Perli?, Juan Torres
34, bd S?bastopol
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director Andreas Horvath
duration 35 minutes
media Digibeta PAL
production "Schwarzenberg Promenade 60 Andreas Horvath 5026 Salzburg ?sterreich Fon: +43 662 623 162 Fax: +43 662 623 162 firstname.lastname@example.org"
cinematography Andreas Horvath
editor Andreas Horvath
music Marek Grechuta
"Schwarzenberg Promenade 60
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In the legendary documentary A NIGHT PORTER?S POINT OF VIEW, filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski wanted to expose the Polish totalitarian state by creating a portrait of a night porter who in former times was a well known icon of social realism. Austrian filmmaker Andreas Horvath, inspired by Kieslowski?s film, tries to get to the core of the true person inside the porter by revisiting him in his follow-up documentary VIEWS OF A RETIRED NIGHT PORTER. Horvath initially sets out to learn more about the night porter?s path in life, but, guided by unerring intuition, he also manages to make important statements about the Polish people and the effects of recent historical developments as well as filmmaking and Kieslowski himself.
The Silence of Green (2002)
This ain?t no Heartland (2004)"
director Nong Ke, Zhang Huancai, Zhou Cengjia, Shao Yuzhen, Ni Lianghui, Cili Zhuoma, Jia Zhitan, Fu Jiachong, Wang Wie, Yi Chujian
duration 95 minutes
production Caochangdi Workstation Wenguang Wu 105 Caochangdi Chaoyang District Beijing 100015 China Fon: +86 10 6433 7243 Fax: +86 10 6433 6143
cinematography Nong Ke, Zhang Huancai, Zhou Cengjia, Shao Yuzhen, Ni Lianghui, Cili Zhuoma, Jia Zhitan, Fu Jiachong, Wang Wie, Yi Chujian
editor Caochangdi Workstation
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"For the first time public and political lives of Chinese villages are captured through the lens of the people who belong there. Villages can never be so real if filmed by an outsider.
This video is a collection of ten short documentary films, each of ten minutes in length, made by ten villagers (ages ranging from 24 to 59 at the time of filming) from around China. The ten filmmakers were the successful candidates selected among villagers who sent in their proposals for the competition. Each of them was awarded a DV camera (which ?is worth something like at least an equivalent of the costs of raising 15 handsome pigs back home?) by the EU project. They are eager to rediscover their home villages through the DV lens and to tell stories and be heard, for the first time in their lives.
It is the first time that Chinese villagers took up a DV camera to shoot a documentary of their own on the changing rural public lives and the changing countryside dynamics in their home villages within the developing democratic system known as ?village selfgovernance.? The interaction between the villagers in front of the DV camera and the one who is holding it from behind can never be the same if the film were to be shot by a ?professional? from outside the village."
The selected villager filmmakers are diverse in their background: their ages range from 24 to 59; two of them are women; the eldest man in the group is an ethnic Zhuang from Guangxi and the youngest filmmaker is an ethnic Tibetan girl from Yunnan; eight of the ten filmmakers live and work in their home village, while the other two are currently making a living in the city; the villagers come from nine different provinces, ranging from the impoverished Northwestern province of Shaanxi to the prosperous coastal province of Zhejiang.
None but two of the ten villagers had ever touched a video camera before they received the awarded digital video (DV) camera from the project. One of the two who did have some previous experience is the 24-year-old Tibetan girl and the 26-year-old man who left his home village a few years ago to earn a living doing camerawork for a wedding company in a nearby town.
director Amram Jacoby
screenplay Amram Jacoby
duration 60 minutes
media Beta SP PAL
producer Amram Jacoby
production "Sapir Academic College Mobile Post Ashkelon Coast ? 79165 Israel Fon: +972 8 995 8330 Fax: +972 8 995 5638 email@example.com"
cinematography Amram Jacoby
sound Yuri Priymenko
editor Amram Jacoby
Jean Michel Tr?ves
20, Bialik st.
Tel Aviv 63324
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"Nobody sees and nobody is aware, a tremendous man is living in our midst.
""Remembering the past is also a dream"" ? Grandfather
""My grandfather Abraham, my mother's father, has been part of my life since infancy. I rediscovered my grandfather three years ago when making a film about my mother. He was 90. Since then I want to be close to him, part of him. I see my grandfather as a universal human character, ""aged and old"" to use his words, far removed from all definitions of time and place, while at the same time well grounded in the reality of present day life, living it and feeling its pain.
His face is like an engraved stone, with an eternal smile that never falters or is never eroded by the negativities of life in this world. My grandfather is big on blessings. He's always making some kind of blessing, even for those for whom he feels no love. Everyone is holy, even if we cannot see it, even if they themselves are unaware.
My grandfather is a man of words, and that's why he speaks very little. He knows and understands the value of words, be they written and signed or spoken, which may detract from their power. But when my grandfather says something, it really resonates. His words come from entirely different places, that are unknown, so content with themselves, precise and accurate, that it is hard to believe that human lips have uttered them.
For over three years now, I have been following my grandfather Abraham. I have been documenting my journey and our common journey out into the world in writing, photography, and most importantly, thirstily gulping it down into my soul.
The film is a journal in which I see my grandfather, my grandfather's journal, through which I let his voice be heard.
His voice has almost never been heard. His story has almost never been told. "
"""Reminding the forgotten, arousing the dormant""
3 years ago, Grandfather and I departed on a journey of revealing his forgotten self.
A journey of a man to his own self, to a part which even he, is unaware of its existence.
Grandfather, who was born in Iraq and had experienced countless transitions, had completely assimilated in Israeli western secular society.
?It is not the same man, it is a reincarnation.?
Grandfather is my spiritual guide.
The film reveals the hidden treasure within him and reconnects both him and his audience to the timeless human essence which is us. "
"Canadian/ Israeli filmmaker.
Graduate of the Film & Television department at the Sapir Academic College.
As a Filmmaker, he won many grants and prizes, among them the America?Israel Cultural Foundation special award, IRC Scholarship Committee (Canada?Israel) and he won the David Perlov Grant for the film ""SABA"".
Amram practices stills Photography as well as Cinematography and one of his main works was the catalogue for Dorit Jacoby's Exhibition ""Gate of Tears, Rain of Roses"",that was shown in the Vatican in 2001.
As well as having his photographs published in various travel and art magazines, he was awarded a Prize at the Dead Sea Photo Contest in October 2002."
director Henry Jaglom
screenplay Henry Jaglom, Victoria Foyt
duration 106 minutes
producer Judith Wolinsky
production Rainbow Film Company
editor Henry Jaglom
Rainbow Film Company
9165 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Tel: 310/271/0202 Fax: 310/271/2753
Holly G. (played by Victoria Foyt), is a successful clothing designer with her own boutique. In the course of a tumultuous Mother?s Day weekend she is confronted with deceit, elation, desperation, kleptomania, rebellion, addiction and passion. All this while under pressure to save her business and her family in just two days! In addition to a compelling story line, the film is peppered with poignant testimonials (documentary style) from the women within the film who 'confess' the real and all too often unacknowledged role that shopping plays in their lives. Jaglom has created a film which deals with the often overlooked phenomenon of women?s addiction ?? both good and bad ? to shopping. A sister film to his earlier ?Eating? and ?Babyfever? it co-stars, Victoria Foyt, Lee Grant, Rob Marrow, Bruce Davison, Mae Whitman and Jennifer Grant.
Henry Jaglom. American actor/director/writer Henry Jaglom studied acting at the University of Pennsylvania, then completed his training at the Actors Studio in New York. Jaglom acted on stage and in TV, marking time in small roles until 1967, when Jaglom found a project that could provide his big break: a marathon documentary of the Israeli six-day war, which he filmed, wrote and edited, but which was never generally released. Back in the U.S. as an actor in 1968, Jaglom was able to attain backing for his first film directorial job, A Safe Place (1971). While capable of turning out a "safe" commercial film like Always (1985), Jaglom has preferred to work in a European-style cinema verite fashion, encouraging his actors to improvise within a "party" framework. The director's Someone to Love (1987), set during a birthday celebration, allowed Orson Welles in his last screen appearance to expouse his philosophies to his heart's content. Jaglom's Eating (1990), which took place during another birthday bash, contained an incredibly self-revealing scene featuring Frances Bergen, Candice Bergen's mother.
director Damir Nemir Janecek
screenplay Damir Nemir Janecek
country Bosnia and Herzegovina
duration 30 minutes
media Beta PAL
producer Zijad Mehic
production Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo
cinematography Srdan Kovacevic
sound Damir Nemir Janecek
editor Asmir Muratovic
music Medih Sakic - Dajd?a
This is a documentary film about Halid, who was born in the cinema. Halid did everything for the movie. This is the story about the life of Halid, my best friend.
Damir Nemir Janecek was born in 1982 in Sarajevo. Beafore the war he lived in Sarajevo and during the fucking war he lived in Split in Croatia, in Granada in Spain and Italy. In Split he was actor in Youth Theatre and short play writer. He finished school for the ailors! He finished 2 years of programing on computers. But he excape from that universyti and come to Sarajevo. In 2003 he entered the Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts and has made several short film exercises and theatre plays. In 2004. he was invited to workshop on Zagrebdox film festival. In 2004,2005 he attended Motovun Film Festival Summer Film School where he completed a short film A STORY FOR CHILDREN. He just won the scholarship of the renowned Karim Zaimovic Fund helping young upcoming artists. Damir Nemir Janecek is currently attending his third year of directing and preparing his final exam theatre play and future movie. Televison is calling him to work on two very important new documentarys. Firsth Sarajevo Human Rights festival invited him to make a workshop of documentary movies to youth people and artist. He is workin volontary (without paying) in KINOTEKA in Sarajevo (movie archive) and he is very angry on autoryties because they do not take care of that film museum! He have more than 600 pirates dvds of clasic and cult movies at his flat (Wim Wenders movies too :). He have two movie projectors, but only one movie for them (Charlie Chaplin - "The Boxer") and he invites his friends to drink and eat and whatch that silent movie. He is also bed poet. He look like a romantic caracter from trash horror movie from Czech Republic.
2002 HIPERPOLIEGOIST / HYPERPOLYEGOIST - personal movie
2004 PRICA ZA DJECU/STORY FOR CHILDREN - short
2005 KJ7U / CLUB OF LOVERS OF 7th ART - documentary music video for the bar of Club
2005 HALID BUNIC ? VJECNI / HALID BUNIC - THE ETERNAL - documentary
2006 DOGODILO SE NA GROBLJU / IT HAPPEND ON A GRAWEYARD - short erotic movie
director Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris
screenplay Michael Arndt
duration 100 minutes
producer Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa
production Big Beach/Bona Fide
cinematography Tim Suhrstedt
editor Pamela Martin
music Mychael Danna
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Little Miss Sunshine is an American family road comedy that shatters the mold.
Brazenly satirical and yet deeply human, the film introduces audiences to one of the most endearingly fractured families in recent cinema history: the Hoovers, whose trip to a pre-pubescent beauty pageant results not only in comic mayhem but in death, transformation and a moving look at the surprising rewards of being losers in a winning-crazed culture. A runaway hit at the Sundance Film Festival,
where it played to standing ovations, the film strikes a nerve with everyone who?s ever been
awestruck by how their muddled families seem to make it after all.
JONATHAN DAYTON and VALERIE FARIS
Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris make their feature film directorial debut with LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE. However, the married team has already built an impressive body of innovative projects as directors and producers in a variety of mediums, collaborating together on over 75 projects in film, television, commercials and music videos.
Jonathan and Valerie began their careers creating and directing the pioneering MTV show, ?The Cutting Edge.? They continued to work at the leading edge of music television, directing awardwinning videos and documentaries for artists including REM, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane?s Addiction, The Smashing Pumpkins, Macy Gray, Janet Jackson, Oasis, Weezer and The Ramones.
Their music productions ultimately earned them two Grammy Awards, nine MTV Music Video Awards and a Billboard Music ?Director of the Year? Award.
In addition, Jonathan and Valerie have worked extensively in television, including directing episodes of the groundbreaking sketch comedy series ?Mr. Show with Bob and David? for HBO. They also produced two feature films: the documentary THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION PART II: THE METAL YEARS for New Line Cinema and Jane?s Addiction?s GIFT for Warner Bros. Music.
In 1998, Jonathan and Valerie co-founded Bob Industries, one of the country?s leading commercial production companies, where they have directed high profile television ads for VW, Sony Playstation, Gap, Target, Ikea, Apple and ESPN, among many others. In 2004, Boards Magazine placed Dayton and Faris among the top ten directors working in commercials today.
director Yoon Jong-bin
screenplay Yoon Jong-bin
country South Korea
duration 126 minutes
producer Lee Dong-joon, Lee Young-ki
production A&D Pictures
cinematography Kim Byung-chul
sound Sung Ji-young
editor Kim Woo-il
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One hot summer night, Tae-jung receives a call from Seung-young, an old junior high classmate. They were reunited when Seung-young entered the army under him. Though Tae-jung has since been discharged, Seung-young is still serving. Out on leave, Seung-young asks to meet. However, Tae-jung seems uncomfortable around him. Near the end of his army service, Tae-jung, a sergeant, took Seung-young under his wing because he was an old classmate when he entered the army as a private. Seung-young was having a hard time adjusting to army life where it is all about orders and obedience. But even as time passes, Seung-young is unable to adjust to army routine and he becomes more and more isolated from his fellow soldiers. Even Tae-jung is constantly put in an awkward spot because of him. Then Tae-jung is discharged and with it goes his safety net. So Seung-young slowly starts to change?
Mr. Yoon Jong-bin was born in 1979 in Pusan, Korea. He graduated from Film Studies Dept., Chung-Ang University. His short film <Identification of a Man> was awarded Best Comedy Award from The 3rd Mise-en-scene Short Film Festival(2004).
This film ?The Unforgiven? is his debut feature film.
2004 Identification of a Man 16mm/ color/ 32min./ short fiction
The 3rd Mise-en-scene Short Film Festival, Best Comedy Award
director Bong Joon-Ho
screenplay Chul-hyun Baek, Joon-ho Bong
country Japan/South Korea
duration 119 minutes
producer Yong-bae Choi
cinematography Hyung-ku Kim
sound Tae-young Choi
editor Seon Min Kim
music Byung-woo Lee
From the director of ?Memories of Murder? comes Bong Joon-Ho's THE HOST, fresh from success in Cannes where Variety dubbed it ?arguably the hit of the festival?. This fantasy monster movie, which expertly mixes humour and horror, has broken box office records in its native Korea, taking the opening weekend record and the highest single-day admissions ever. THE HOST recently showed in the Director's Fortnight section of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival and has been compared in its scare-quotient to both ?Jaws? and ?Alien?
Gang-du is a dim-witted man working at his father's tiny snack bar near the Han River. One day, Gang-du's one and only daughter Hyun-seo comes back from school irritated. She is angry at her uncle, Nam-il, who visited her school shamelessly drunk. Ignoring her father's excuses for Nam-il, Hyun-seo is soon engrossed in her aunt Nam-joo's archery tournament on TV.
Meanwhile, outside the snack bar, people are fascinated by an unidentified object hanging onto a bridge. In an instant, the object reveals itself as a terrifying creature turning the riverbank into a gruesome sea of blood. Amid the chaos, Hyun-seo is snatched up by the creature right before Gang-du's eyes. These unforeseen circumstances render the government powerless to act. But receiving a call of help from Hyun-seo, the once-ordinary citizen Gang-du and his family are thrust into a battle with the creature to rescue their beloved Hyun-seo.
Bong Joon-ho, born October 1969 is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. He is a graduate of the Korean Academy of Film Arts. Bong directed multiple critically-acclaimed short films before his feature film debut Barking Dogs Never Bite in 2000. He is probably best known for his 2003 film Memories of Murder, for which he won the South Korean film industry's Grand Bell Award for best film director.