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To preserve the language of Shakespeare and to follow as closely as possible the original text of 1606 while at the same time offering a modern reading of the play: such is the challenge that British producers Iain Canning and Emile Sherman have set themselves, judging that it was time that a new generation of  [ Read More ]

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McQueen’s “Shame” on sex and freedom interviewing Michael Fassbender and Steve McQueen What a “Shame”, Mr. McQueen! The British artist & filmmaker, already director for his “Hunger”, has gifted common people with his brand new masterpiece, “Shame”, in competition at the Venice Film Festival 2011, Toronto Film Festival 2011, NY FF2011 and London FF 2011.  [ Read More ]

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from Variety.com (http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118046434) © Variety ‘Shame’ “There is a heavy use of classical music to make the New York atmosphere feel heavier, the sets are generally pristine and sterile, and the lighting is dark and moody, but most of all, Michael Fassbender’s regal presence is at the center of everything in ‘Shame.’ That is the  [ Read More ]

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Closed with a huge ceremony, consecrating the winners, the Venice Film Festival 2011 with the official jury (from Darren Aronofsky to David Byrne, Mario Martone  and Todd Haynes) has awarded  the most interesting movies and actors of the entire sections of the kermesse itself. Here the list of the winners: GOLDEN LION for Best Film:  [ Read More ]

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What a “Shame”, Mr. McQueen! The British artist & filmmaker, already director for his “Hunger”, has given the Venetian critic and public his brand new masterpiece, “Shame”, in competition at the Venice Film Festival 2011. Again with actor Michael Fassbender (at the festival also with Cronenberg’s movie), this creative couple have presented a violent movie  [ Read More ]

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      Creating a movie on psychoanalysis must not have been easy for David Cronenberg, the top director of the third day of Venice Film Festival 2011. In his “A Dangerous Method” (featuring Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightley and Vincent Cassel, based on Christopher Hampton’s script and with production by Jeremy Thomas), the  [ Read More ]

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