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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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The amazing artist-photographer Mark Seliger, well known alla round the World for having captured lots of the most important cinema-music-ballet-art heroes in the last decades, has already finished his personal exhibition named “Listen”, at Steven Kasher Gallery, New York. Adding to his famous photos, personal and public ones, the exhibition included about 30 reprints of  [ Read More ]

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And, in the end, like every year, the Oscars went to: Best Picture: The King’s Speech Best Actor: Colin Firth Best Actress: Natalie Portman Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo Best Director: Tom Hopper – The King’s Speech Animated Feature Film: Toy Story 3 Animated Short Film: The Lost Thing Art  [ Read More ]

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Darren Aronofsky – the interview: the “Black Swan”, mirrors, dance and duality The psychological evolution of a fragile dancers introduces you into a kaleidoscopic world of mirrors, choices, ambition, perfection, sexuality, attraction and repulsion, pleasure and subconscious, never ending chilhood, dramatic duality and pathos. With Natalie Portman (excellent), Vincent Cassel, Winona Ryder and Mila Kunis,  [ Read More ]

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Successful movie for public and critics, also recently awarded at the Golden Globes 2011, “The King’s Speech” emerges from this year’s BAFTA ceremony with a royal inning. From the award for best actor for Colin Firth, to the hot title Best Film and also the added bonus of Best British Film. Inception, Black Swan, The  [ Read More ]

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  Mostra del Cinema di Venezia day 1 1.09.2010 Lido di Venezia Azione, psicologia e storia. Questi i tre elementi cardine che hanno caratterizzato la prima giornata della 67^ Mostra del Cinema di Venezia (1-11 settembre 2010), aperta con gli onori del caso da una folgorante conferenza stampa di presentazione della kermesse, presieduta come da  [ Read More ]

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