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Filming Italy best movie Award

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 20 giugno 2021

Venezia, domenica 5 settembre 2021 avrà luogo la nuova edizione del FILMING ITALY BEST MOVIE AWARD, in cui Tiziana Rocca, Direttore Generale Filming Italy Award e Vito Sinopoli, Amministratore Unico Duesse Communication e Presidente onorario del Premio, annunceranno tutti i premiati di quest’anno. Il FILMING ITALY BEST MOVIE AWARD conta sulla collaborazione e il supporto della Biennale di Venezia e del Direttore Artistico della Mostra internazionale d’arte cinematografica di Venezia Alberto Barbera, e gode del patrocinio della Direzione Generale Cinema e Audiovisivo del MIC, di ANEC, di ANICA e del Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. La Madrina del premio sarà l’attrice Gabriella Pession. Il FILMING ITALY BEST MOVIE AWARD è un premio importante che già da diversi anni è parte della Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica di Venezia. Si tratta di un riconoscimento che viene assegnato ai titoli e alle serie TV italiane ed internazionali ed anche ai migliori talent – oltre che all’industry e professional – dell’ultima stagione cinematografica, in collaborazione con Duesse Communication. Il premio, oltre a sostenere la lotta contro la violenza sulle donne, è dedicato a tutte le donne che lavorano nell’industria cinematografica, davanti e dietro la macchina da presa. Il voto della giuria di qualità, che si esprimerà sulle quattro categorie principali del premio, andrà ad affiancare l’ampio voto del pubblico, che tramite Best Movie assegnerà anche il premio dedicato ai Maestri del Cinema attraverso i lettori di Best Movie e http://www.bestmovie.it.

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The movie you will never see

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 7 Maggio 2016

Billboard LOUISXIII 100 YEARS

Billboard LOUISXIII 100 YEARS

“100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See” is an original film, starring actor John Malkovich and directed by Robert Rodriguez, which envisions Earth one hundred years from now and will not be released until 2115. It was inspired by the century of careful craftsmanship and patience it takes to create each decanter of LOUIS XIII Cognac – an intricate alchemy of up to 1 200 eaux-de-vie, the youngest of which is at least 40 years old. To ensure that ‘100 Years’ remains secure until its official premiere on November 18, 2115, the movie is held in a special safe that will open automatically in 100 years when the timing is complete. “100 Years starring John Malkovich is clearly an innovative cinematographic project. I hope that our descendants will consider the movie ‘100 Years’ for the Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival in 2116,” said Thierry Frémaux, general delegate of Cannes Film Festival.
The safe in which the one and only copy of the film “100 Years” is in, has been created in partnership with the world leading manufacturer of safes & vaults : Fichet-Bauche established in 1825 in France – a brand of the Gunnebo security group. “We wanted a safe box that can be opened like never before: with nothing else but time. Once the door is shut, the countdown begins and there is no way of opening it until the one hundred year countdown is complete on November 18, 2115. Since the system that could guarantee we hold our promise didn’t exist, we invented it,” says Ludovic du Plessis, LOUIS XIII Executive Global Director. After its travels from L.A to Tokyo through Hong-Kong, London, New York before coming back to LOUIS XIII cellars in Cognac, for a century, LOUIS XIII is glad to showcase the safe in its natural setting during Cannes Film Festival, in The LOUIS XIII SUITE, at Hôtel Le Majestic Barrière Cannes. (photo: 100-YEARS)

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Movie screening and debate on migration

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 24 giugno 2015

bruxellesThe debate will take place on Thursday 25 June, from 8.45 to 11.00, in room Paul-Henri Spaak (PHS) 1A002, in Brussels. It will be webstreamed on EP Live.
The Civil Liberties Committee will hold the fifth debate on the strategic own-initiative report on migration on Thursday 25 June, from 8.45 to 11.00. Tackling criminal smuggling, trafficking and labour exploitation of irregular migrants, developing adequate legal economic migration channels, and border management and visa-policy are the topics to be addressed in this meeting.A series of debates on the portrayal of migration through cinema will also take place in the framework of the preparation of this report, followed by a sequence of screenings focussing on this topic. The second movie will be shown in room Paul-Henri Spaak (PHS) 3C050 on Wednesday 24 June, from 19.00: “Every face has a name”. Tackling criminal smuggling, trafficking and labour exploitation of irregular migrants – debate with Tsvetlin Yovchev, former Minister of Home Affairs of Bulgaria and former Director of the State Agency on National Security, and Wolfgang Bauer, International Reporter for the ZEIT, weekly newspaper, Germany Developing adequate legal economic migration channels – debate with Luca Visentini, Confederal Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), and Prof. Iván Martín, Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, FlorenceBorder management and visa-policy, including the role of Frontex and other relevant agencies – debate with Prof. Steve Peers, University of Essex; Swiss humanitarian visas – debate with H.E. Roberto Balzaretti, Ambassador, Head of the Mission of Switzerland to the EU The next two hours session on the strategic report on migration is scheduled for the meeting of 2 July. These discussions will feed into the report that is being prepared by Roberta Metsola (EPP, Malta) and Kashetu Kyenge (S&D, Italy). The EU Fundamental Rights Agency’s (FRA) annual report 2014 will be presented in the Civil Liberties Committee on Thursday, from 11.30 to 12.30. Its key message is that migrant tragedies is one of the fundamental rights challenges that needs to be addressed. FRA asks Member States to consider offering more legal possibilities for people in need of international protection to enter the EU, as viable alternatives to risky irregular entry.

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Worldwide premiere movie event

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 4 settembre 2011

Venice 7th september from 10.30pm hosted by Rocco Ancarola and noblesse oblige red carpet terrace – lido di Venezia, 68t venice film festival 2011 in competition at the 444 last day on earth directed by Abel Ferrara starring willem Dafoe.

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A Border Night con Piemonte Movie

Posted by fidest press agency su martedì, 26 ottobre 2010

Torino 26 ottobre, ore 20.45, Cineporto – sala Il Movie (Via Cagliari, 42 –)  Ospiti della serata i registi Enrico Verra e Giacomo Ferrante   Ingresso libero fino ad esaurimento posti.
Una serata dedicata a The Border, al tema del “confine e della frontiera” inteso come ricerca e apertura a nuove prospettive e non solo come limite, per lanciare la campagna iscrizioni ai concorsi Spazio Piemonte e Panoramica Doc del Piemonte Movie gLocal Film Festival, in programma a Torino dal 3 al 10 marzo 2011.  Il progetto The Border, fil rouge dell’11° edizione del festival, verrà introdotto dal direttore Alessandro Gaido attraverso le immagini del cortometraggio Benvenuto in San Salvario (Italia, 1999, 25’) di Enrico Verra – uno sguardo all’integrazione e alla diversa percezione di sè dentro e fuori i propri confini – e un dialogo con il regista border liner Giacomo Ferrante, a cui verrà dedicato un omaggio durante il prossimo Piemonte Movie. “The Border, come spiega Alessandro Gaido, correrà sul ‘confine’ tra il concreto e l’astratto. Concreto, come le frontiere che emigranti e immigrati hanno affrontato e superato nel corso della storia – su questo tema è previsto un approfondimento direttamente legato all’anniversario dei 150 anni dell’Unità d’Italia -. Astratto, come i    confini mentali che separano gli uomini e il continuo tentativo di superare le frontiere della conoscenza. Argomenti, questi ultimi, che speriamo trovino spazio anche nelle opere in concorso”.  Nel corso della serata saranno presentati i due concorsi 2011:
– Spazio Piemonte, consolidato contest per cortometraggi made in Piemonte e osservatorio della produzione locale “in corto”. I lavori concorreranno per aggiudicarsi un premio di 1000 euro che verrà assegnato il 10 marzo all’interno del Piemonte Movie gLocal Film Festival, dopo una prima selezione che si svolgerà presso il Cineporto tra l’ 1 e il 7 febbraio 2011.
– Panoramica Doc, nuova sezione competitiva dedicata alla ricca produzione documentaristica regionale, che mette in palio il Premio Maurizio Collino di 2500 euro per il miglior lavoro.
Per partecipare ai concorsi Spazio Piemonte e Panoramica Doc, gli interessati dovranno iscriversi e inviare le loro opere entro il 31 dicembre 2010 (Info: http://www.piemontemovie.com).
In chiusura di serata verrà proiettato lo spot di Piemonte Movie 2011, collage di animazione e di immagini live della passata edizione, vincitore del concorso “Fuori in 90 secondi”, promosso in collaborazione con l’Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti. (benvenuto)

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Fani Zguro In A Blind Of An Eye

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 25 Maggio 2009

faniTirana (Albania) until 25/6/2009 Raum Gallery  Rr. Vaso Pasha 8, Ish Blloku, curated by Heldi Pema  U Turn- is a new version of filmmaker Oliver Stone’s homonymous movie. This remake sports the artist and the film’s sole protagonist sharing the same goddamned dialogue lines, even before Columbus’ arrival. The video was shot in a border town between Greece and Albania, where both the artist and the film’s sole protagonist grew up together. Ten years later, upon a new meeting, -U Turn- was shot, and what could pass as the usual fucking interview is nothing but the character’s touristic camera, at work at enlarging his travelogue. The only difference being that within this mini-dvd lurks a trip back through time, as happens within Oliver Stone’s original -U Turn-. The return holds each time an epilogue straight out of Burroughs: America has always been a doomed place, even before Columbus’ arrival. -U Turn- operates and recycles analogous stories and places. The video isn’t simply a minimal version of Stone’s film: it tries all along to reach the fulcrum of history, that history continuosly repeating over the same interview or dialogue as in that fucking afternoon, always out there waiting for us.  -Pushing An Elephant Upwards- was shot during a night car trip. -Street By Street– Each time I come back home I’m struck by the difference between my city and the places I’ve been.  -In A Blind Of An Eye- has a camera fixed for a few minutes on a still plane, with no audio nor movement,seeking any single point of reference. -Broken Threads- is the manipulation of a -70s Albanian noir movie so as to transform it into its trailer, by collating footage and using as a soundtrack Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ -The Curse of Millhaven-, from album Murder Ballads.  -Nox- is a latin word for -night-; the video’s title comes from a poem by Victor Hugo the artist’s grandmother was reading during Summer 2007. (foto fani)

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