Archive for ottobre, 2011

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Audrey in Rome Audrey a Roma – Esterno Giorno 26th October – 4th December 2011   To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ during the Rome International Film Festival, the Ara Pacis in Rome hosts the tribute-exhibit to Audrey Hepburn’s Roman days. The exhibition will raise funds to fight child malnutrition, an issue  [ Read More ]

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Set in 1930s Paris, an orphan who lives in the walls of a train station is wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton. Based on Brian Selznick’s book, Director Martin Scorsese at his very best first time in approaching the 3D technologies, in a movie featuring stars Christopher Lee, Sasha  [ Read More ]

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Presented at RFF 2011, “From Up On Poppy Hill” is the brand new masterpiece by Miyazaki family & Studio Ghibli, directed by son Goro. Set in Yokohama in the year 1963, “From Up On Poppy Hill” is a love story whose main characters are the high school students who were to become the first generation  [ Read More ]

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Anna (Noomi Rapace) and her 8-year-old son, Anders, are on the run from Anders’ violent father. They move to a secret address in a giant apartment building. Anna is terrified that her exhusband will find them and buys a babycall to make sure Anders is safe while he sleeps. But strange noises echoe in the  [ Read More ]

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Isabelle Huppert in the role of an icy carreer woman of the upper class of Paris: a work in art-management, a lovely husband, a beautiful boy. All perfect, apparently, till the arrive of Patrick. A comedy so realistic and contemporary that Lady Anne Fontaine, headmaster of direction art in France, has created with elegant ambitions  [ Read More ]

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Great event in the collateral section of the Rome Film Festival 2011, Focus Uk, the retrospective “Punks vs Patriots” is an huge study, through cinema, on british society and culture over the last decays, thanks to a selection of movies chosen by today’s well-known artists, from Terence Davies to David Hare, Douglas Gordon and Michael  [ Read More ]

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The Eye of the Storm

Based on the novel by Patrick White, an aging matriarch controls everything in her life-including her time to die. Directed by Fred Schepisi, and starring Charlotte Rampling, Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis, the movie reveals the story of matriarchal family by Mrs Elizabeth Hunter, at the end of her long life nearby Sidney. A movie  [ Read More ]

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Left to right: Anton Yelchin plays Jacob and Felicity Jones plays Anna in LIKE CRAZY, from Paramount Vantage and Indian Paintbrush. .

              Centers on a long-distance relationship between a young American man and a young British woman who meet while in college, the romantic drama “Like Crazy” will give you all a jump into romance and tenderness like nothing else in the last years. Starring Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin, the  [ Read More ]

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  Yann, a cook, and Nadia, a waitress and mother of 9-year-old boy, decide to risk everything on the purchase of a restaurant. With plenty of talent, energy, love and dreams, but no finance of their own, they find themselves pushed into a jungle of financing and bank loans that quickly overwhelms them. To bail  [ Read More ]

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I wish you a Sparkling Christmas You better watch out, You better not cry, Better not pout, I’m telling you why… Because this Christmas you could receive ‘Champagne for Life’ This is the introductory jingle to the glamorous ‘Champagne for Life’ Christmas membership gift. Well-established Gentlemen Clubs are just a small example of the prestigious  [ Read More ]

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