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Thursday, August 09, 2007

31st World Film Festival - Still More Movies


Focus on World Cinema - Feature films

20,13, Joaquim Leitão, Portugal
53 Días de Invierno (53 Winter Days), Judith Colell, Spain
A Cada Lado (On Each Side), Hugo Grosso, Argentina
A Casa de Alice, Chico Teixeira, Brazil
A Via Láctea (The Milky Way), Lina Chamie, Brazil
A Winter Tale, Frances-Anne Solomon, Canada
Actrices (Actresses), Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, France
Akharin Malakeye Zamin (The Las Queen of The Earth), Mohammad Reza Arab, Iran
Autopiloten (Autopilots), Bastian Guenther, Germany
Avant Que J’Oublie (Before I Forget), Jacques Nolot, France
Ba-Ram Pi-gi Jo-Eun-Nal (A Day For An Affair), Jang Moon-il, South Korea
Baliw (Crazy), Redd Ochoa, Philippines
Batismo De Sangue (Baptism of Blood), Helvécio Ratton, Brazil
Beautiful Bitch, Martin Theo Krieger, Germany and Romania
Bestiar (Bitch’s Diary), Irena Pavlásková, Czech Republic
Beynelmilel, Sirri Surreyya Önder, Muharrem Gülmez, Turkey
Blodsbånd (Mirush), Marius Holst, Norway
Body/Antibody, Kerry Douglas Dye, Jordan Hoffman, USA
Buntat Na L (L’S Revolt), Kiran Kolarov, Bulgaria
Ciudad en Celo (City in Heat), Hernán Gaffet, Argentina and Spain
Köld Slód (Cold Trail), Björn Björnsson, Iceland
Corpo (Body), Rossana Foglia, Brazil
Cow-boy (Cowboy), Benoît Mariage, Belgium and France
Das Sichtbare Und das Unsichtbare (The Visible and The Invisible), Rudolf Thome, Germany
Dear Friends, Kasuyuki Morosawa, Japan
Dol (Dol (The Valley of Tambourines)), Hiner Saleem, Iraq, Kurdistan, Germany and France
Eduart, Angeliki Antoniou, Greece and Germany
Ein Freund Von Mir (A Friend of Mine), Sebastian Schipper, Germany
El Menor de los Males (The Lesser Evil), Antonio Hernández, Spain (Stars Carmen Maura)
Eskimosim Ba Galil (The Galilee Eskimos), Jonathan Paz, Israel
Family Motel, Helene Klodawsky, Canada
Fatima, Ricardo Lobo, Iraq and USA
Férfiakt (Men in the Nude), Károly Esztergályos, Hungary (Gay Interest)
Foster Child, Brillante Mendoza, Philipiines
Fragile(s) (By The Way), Martin Valente, France
Franz + Polina, Mikhaïl Segal, Russia
Full Breath, Valery Pendrakovsky, Russia
Proshaj, Yuzhny Gorod (Good Bye, Southern City), Oleg Safaraliyev, Azerbaijan and Russia
Greetings From The Shore, Greg Chwerchak, USA
Gun of Mercy, Xiao Feng, China
Héros (Heroes), Bruno Merle, France
Je Crois que Je L’Aime (Could This Be Love?), Pierre Jolivet, France
Juju Factory, Balufu Bakupa-Kanyinda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, France and Belgium
Kicks, Albert ter Heerdt, Netherlands
Killing Zelda Sparks (Barstool Words), Jeff Glickman, Canada
Klass (The Class), Ilmar Raag, Estonia
Koning Van De Wereld (King of The World), Guido Henderickx, Belgium
Kunsten Å Tenke Negativt (The Art of Negative Thinking), Bård Breien , Norway
L’Autre Moitié (The Other Half), Rolando Colla, Switzerland and Belgium
L’Écart (The Gap), Franz Josef Holzer, Switzerland
La Influencia (The Influence), Pedro Aguilera, Spain and Mexico
Las Cruces… Poblado Proximo (Las Cruces), Rafael Rosal, Guatemala, Norway, Netherlands and Cuba - During the Guatemalan civil war of the late 1980s, the village of Las Cruces is targeted for destruction by military forces. Seven guerrillas passing through decide to stay and defend the village. It is an unequal but heroic battle.
Le Chien (The Dog), Christian Monnier, France
Le Nouveau Monde (The New World), Étienne Dhaene, France
Lezioni Di Volo (Flying Lessons), Francesca Archibugi, Italy, UK, India and France
Liscio, Claudio Antonini, Italy
Lola, La Película (Lola, The Movie), Miguel Hermoso, Spain
Love… and Other Reasons to Panic, Alberto Diamante, Canada
Malaïkatou Achaytan (The Satanic Angels), Ahmed Boulane, Morocco
Mamiya Kyoudai (The Mamiya Brothers), Yoshimitsu Morita, Japan
Mansfeld, Andor Szilágy, Hungary and Canada
Marrakech Inshallah, Steffen Pierce, USA and Morocco
Masala, Salvador Calvo, Spain
Monsieur Max (Sir Max), Gabriel Aghion, France
Morituri, Okacha Touita, France and Algeria
Mukhsin, Yasmin Ahmad, Malaysia
Neben Der Spur (Tour Excess), Detlef Bothe, Germany
Ores Kinis Is Yhias (False Alarm), Katerina Evangelakou, Greece
Pazachut Na Murtvite (Warden of the Dead), Ilian Simeonov, Bulgaria
Pleasure Factory, Ekachai Uekrongtham, Singapore and Thailand
Podo-Namulul Be-A-Ra (Pruning The Grapevine), Min Boung-hun, South Korea
Pok-Ryuk Circle (Gangster High), Park Ki-hyung, South Korea
Preussisch Gangstar (Prussian Gangsters), Irma-Kinga Stelmach, Germany
Pudor, David Ulloa, Spain
Quién Dice Que Es Fácil? (Who Says It’s Easy?), Juan Taratuto, Argentina and Spain
Regresados (Graduated), Flavio Nardini, Cristian Bernard, Argentina
René Bousquet ou Le Grand Arrangement, Laurent Heynemann, France
Revolution Summer, Miles Matthew Montabalno, USA
River, Mark Wihak, Canada
Riza, Tayfun Pirselimoglu, Turkey
Sakuran, Mika Ninagawa, Japan – Seems interesting: An elegant red light district flourished in 17th century Edo, as Tokyo was then known. Sakuran tells the story of one woman living in the lustrous world who was determined to stand on her own two feet and live life as she pleased.
Sea Horses, Rahman Milani, Germany, Norway and Iran
Soñar No Cuesta Nada (A Ton of Luck), Rodrigo Triana, Colombia and Argentina
Tana-No-Sumi (The Dark Corners of The Shelves), Hajime Kadoi, Japan
Terra Sonambula (Sleepwalking Land), Teresa Prata, Portugal and Mozambique
The Go-Getter, Martin Hynes, USA
The Insurgents, Scott Dacko, USA
The Postman in Shangri-la, Yu Zhong, China
To Speak, Craig Ower, Cambodia, Australia and Singapore

Okay is official, if you think Locarno, Venice and Montreal film festivals you will conclude that there are way too many movies and so little time… hope we can see some of them.

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