‘You Can’t Just Come With a Camera and Shoot’: Ulrike Ottinger Reflects on Life as a Nomad Director

‘You Can’t Just Come With a Camera and Shoot’: Ulrike Ottinger Reflects on Life as a Nomad Director German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger has been making films for nearly 50 years now, creating experimental and often transgressive work that frequently walks the line between documentary reality and ...

Lightdox Snags Rights to IDFA Frontlight Player ‘Arica’ (Exclusive)

Lightdox Snags Rights to IDFA Frontlight Player ‘Arica’ (Exclusive) Swiss sales company Lightdox has acquired international rights to Lars Edman and William Johansson Kalén’s legal documentary “Arica” ahead of its IDFA world premiere in the Frontlight section. ...

Calendar Girl - Anne-Katrin Titze - 16380

Calendar Girl - Anne-Katrin Titze - 16380 Christian D Bruun's Calendar Girl on Ruth Finley, the creator of the Fashion Calendar, is a Doc NYC highlight. Other feature films of note include Chris McKim’s Wojnarowicz (on David Wojnarowicz); ...

Berlinale doc ‘Paris Calligrammes’ set for UK-Ireland release (exclusive)

Berlinale doc ‘Paris Calligrammes’ set for UK-Ireland release (exclusive) Director Ulrike Ottinger received the Berlinale Camera at this year’s festival. Contemporary Films has acquired UK and Ireland rights to Ulrike Ottinger’s Berlinale 2020 feature documentary Paris ...

Doc NYC 2020 Full Lineup: Films by Errol Morris, Alex Gibney, Judith Helfand, and More

Doc NYC 2020 Full Lineup: Films by Errol Morris, Alex Gibney, Judith Helfand, and More Doc NYC, America’s largest documentary festival and staple of the New York film community, announced the lineup for its 11th edition, running online November 11-19 and available to viewers across the ...

‘MLK/FBI’, ‘Gunda’ lead 18-title Idfa Masters programme

‘MLK/FBI’, ‘Gunda’ lead 18-title Idfa Masters programme Experimental doc section Paradocs has also added 11 titles. The European premiere of Sam Pollard’s MLK/FBI, and Victor Kossakovsky’s buzzy Berlin title Gunda are among the 18 titles selected for the ...

Rithy Panh’s ‘Irradiated,’ Victor Kossakovsky’s ‘Gunda’ Among 47 Films Added to Idfa Lineup

Rithy Panh’s ‘Irradiated,’ Victor Kossakovsky’s ‘Gunda’ Among 47 Films Added to Idfa Lineup Leading documentary festival Idfa has added 47 films to its program, which run as part of its Masters, Paradocs and Best of Fests sections. In the Masters section, Idfa has selected 18 titles from ...

‘Paris Calligrammes’ directed by Ulrike Ottinger

‘Paris Calligrammes’ directed by Ulrike Ottinger ‘Paris Calligrammes’ premiered at the Berlinale 2020. The Berlinale also awarded its filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger with the Camera Award with the attribution that “she has always regarded cinema as a form ...

Rushes: Wong Kar-wai's "Chungking Express 2020," Bela Tarr's Rediscovered Student Film, New William Greaves Website

Rushes: Wong Kar-wai's Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.NEWSDisney has announced that Barry Jenkins will helm the live-action The Lion King sequel, which ...

Rushes: "In the Mood for Love" in 4K, Venice Awards and Trailers, 100 Years of Black Cinema

Rushes: Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.NEWSAbove: Bong Joon-ho's Memories of Murder. This year's Venice Film Festival has come to an end, and ...

New to Streaming: The Assistant, Yes, God, Yes, The Rental, Metrograph Digital & More

New to Streaming: The Assistant, Yes, God, Yes, The Rental, Metrograph Digital & More With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options—not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves–each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit platforms. Check ...

Metrograph Announces New Membership-Based Programming, Available Digitally Nationwide

Metrograph Announces New Membership-Based Programming, Available Digitally Nationwide Opening four years ago in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Metrograph has been a bastion for cinephiles. Since the pandemic hit in mid-March, causing all movie theaters in the city and beyond to shut ...

NYC Arthouse Metrograph Expands Online Via Live, Curated Screening Program

NYC Arthouse Metrograph Expands Online Via Live, Curated Screening Program The Metrograph, the four-year old New York City arthouse that established itself as a tastemaking film venue before being knocked sideways by Covid-19, has launched an ambitious online expansion. ...

Metrograph Launches Digital Membership Program to Preserve ‘Communal Movie Watching’

Metrograph Launches Digital Membership Program to Preserve ‘Communal Movie Watching’ As a “normal” moviegoing world continues remains uncertain, quick-thinking adaptation has become the name of the name. New York City’s Metrograph, both a beloved boutique theater and growing ...

Online Festival ‘We Are One’ Sets More Than 100 Films to Screen Free on YouTube

Online Festival ‘We Are One’ Sets More Than 100 Films to Screen Free on YouTube We Are One: A Global Film Festival, a 10-day collaboration between 21 different international festivals that will bring features and short films to YouTube for 10 days of free programming, has ...

‘Paris Calligrammes’: Film Review

‘Paris Calligrammes’: Film Review It would be a great mistake, sight unseen, to pigeonhole Ulrike Ottinger’s “Paris Calligrammes” as just another nostalgia-filled personal documentary about how amazing life was in Paris in the 1960s. ...

Variety Presents ‘Ten Europeans to Watch’ at Medienboard Party in Berlin

Variety’s “10 Europeans to Watch” were feted Saturday night at a party held by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg at Berlin’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Co-hosting the evening were Kirsten Niehuus and Helge ...

Berlinale To Fete Ulrike Ottinger; UK Creative Companies Harmed By Late Invoice Payments; Cartoon Movie Line-Up – Global Briefs

Berlinale To Fete Ulrike Ottinger; UK Creative Companies Harmed By Late Invoice Payments; Cartoon Movie Line-Up – Global Briefs This year’s Berlin International Film Festival will host a tribute program to German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger. She will attend the festival to receive the prize on February 22, prior to the world ...

Joanna Hogg on ‘The Souvenir: Part II,’ Resisting Nostalgia, and Losing Robert Pattinson

Over just four feature films to date, London-born writer-director Joanna Hogg has become a distinct voice in contemporary cinema, crafting quietly austere and deeply personal works that observe the ...

Weird Weekend returns by Amber Wilkinson - 2019-07-10 11:18:46

Bill Murray in Nothing Lost Forever Long-unavailable Bill Murray science-fiction comedy Nothing Lost Forever will be among the films screening when Matchbox Cineclub's Weird Weekend cult film festival ...

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