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35 th INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA 29 November 9 December 2004 GOA IFFI-2004 PRESS RELEASE INTRODUCTION THE 35 th INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA 2004 is to be held in Goa, from 29 th November
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35 th INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA 29 November 9 December 2004 GOA IFFI-2004 PRESS RELEASE INTRODUCTION THE 35 th INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA 2004 is to be held in Goa, from 29 th November to 9 th December This is being organised by Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India in collaboration with Government of Goa and Indian Film Industry. FESTIVAL VENUE The festival offices will be located at Old GMC Complex, Campal, Goa. Film festival in Goa would be held in an ultra modern Cineplex with 4 theatres and a majestic 1000 seat auditorium - Kala Academy. Main ceremonies would be held at Kala Academy. In addition to these theatres, the films would be screened for public at open air venues. The Festival Venues for both Press and Delegates would be Kala Academy and Old GMC Multiplex (4 Screens) at Campal, Panaji, Goa. The Inaugural Function of this event will be held at Kala Academy on 29th November Jury Screening: Jury Screening & Market Screening are being arranged in two small theatres in Kala Academy. FESTIVAL LOGO AND POSTER The festival Logo is based on the National Bird Peacock and it maintains the essential theme of the festival, Vasudhaiva Kutumbakom (The Whole World is One Family). The poster on display for this year was designed by DAVP depicting the scenario of Goa beach. FESTIVAL PROGRAMME The festival would feature 7 major sections. This includes Asian Competition, Cinema of the World, Indian and Foreign Retrospectives, Tributes and Homages, Indian Panorama and Mainstream Indian Cinema. More than 200 films and 400 screenings would be spread over 10 days of Festival. The Programme of the festival will be divided into the following broad categories: 1. INAUGURAL FUNCTION The Inaugural Function of the 35 th International Film Festival of India (IFFI 2004) will be held on the evening of 29 th November 2004 at Kala Academy, Goa. The Opening Film will be VANITY FAIR by Mira Nair. Mira Nair Accomplished Film Director/Writer/Producer Mira Nair was born in India and educated at Delhi University and at Harvard. Her debut feature film, Salaam Bombay! was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1988; it won the Camera D'Or (for best first feature) and the Prix du Publique (for most popular entry) at the Cannes Film Festival and 25 other international awards. Subsequent films include Mississippi Masala, The Perez Family, Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love, My Own Country and Monsoon Wedding, winner of the Golden Lion at the 2001 Venice Film Festival. The film Vanity Fair was premiered in the Venice Film Festival, competition section this year. 2. ASIAN COMPETITION SECTION The highlight of this festival would be the Asian Competition Section. This will present the latest cinematic trends in Asia and would be screened before an International Jury of five members. The Golden Peacock Award will be given for the Best film by an Asian Director while the Silver Peacock will be given to the most promising Asian Director. A Special Jury Award will be given to the director of a film for his individual artistic contribution. This Section will consist of attractive cash prize of Rs 500,000 (Golden Peacock), Rs 250,000 (Silver Peacock) and Rs 250,000 (Special Jury Award) respectively, a medal & a certificate. The jury is headed by the noted Indian film Director, Mr Mani Ratnam. JURY MEMBERS FOR ASIAN COMPETITION 1 Mr. Mani Ratnam Chairperson Director/Producer and winner of National and International awards. 2 Mr. Florian Gallenberger Member Young German film maker (Director, Screenplay writer, actor, editor, and producer). Winner of Student Oscar for his film Quiero Ser. 3 Mr. Mahmoud Kabil Member Leading actor from Egypt and UNICEF Regional Goodwill Ambassador and social activist 4 Ms. Irene Bignardi Member An Italian national, she is Director of Locarno Int. Film Festival. She has also worked as a curator for Mostra di Venezia. Author of many cinema books. 5 Mr. Moussa Sena Absa Member Award winning director (won an award for feature film in Berlin 2003), writer and actor from Senegal. LIST OF FILMS UNDER ASIAN COMPETITON SNO FILM DIRECTOR 1. LALON BY TANVIR MOKAMMEL 2. ENDLESS WAY (GUI QU LAI) BY SHEN WENSHENG 3. SHANGHAI STORY BY XIAOLIAN PENG COUNTRY BANGLADESH CHINA FESTIVAL PARTICIPATION 48 TH LONDON FF-2004 CHINA SHANGAI IFF MORE IFFs AWARDS SHANGHAI IFF - BEST ACTRESS , SHANGHAI FILM CRITICS AWARD, BEST PICTURE, BEST DIRECTOR 4. BUTTERFLY (HU DIE) HONG KONG 61 ST VENICE FF, BY YAN YAN MAK 9 TH PUSAN IFF TOYKO IFF 5. BOW BARRACKS FOREVER INDIA BY ANJAN DUTT 6. SHWAAS BY SANDEEP SAWANT INDIA OFFICIAL ENTRY TO OSCAR GOLDEN LOTUS AWARD-2004, NATIONAL FILM AWARDS, INDIA. -SCREEN WEEKLY AWARD BEAUTIFUL CITY BY ASGHAR FARHADI IRAN 2003-BUDAPEST, COPENHAGEN, SCHLINGE IFF. BEST SOUND AT BUDAPEST BEST FILM AWARD AT THE 8TH CELEBRATION OF IRANIAN CINEMA. 8. TURN LEFT AT THE END OF THE WORLD ISRAEL- FRANCE KARLOVY VARY GRANDPRIX AUDIENCE AWARD AT TAOR A. BY AVI NESHER -WON AWARD OF THE ISRAELI FILM ACADEMY FOR COSTUME AND ART DESIGN. 9. WALK ON WATER BY EYTAN FOX ISREAL BERLIN, MONTREAL, NY + 7 MORE IFFs -WON AWARD OF THE ISRAELI FILM ACADEMY FOR BEST MUSIC, BEST SOUND AND ORIGINAL SONG. 10. PUTERI GUNUNG LEDANG MALAYSIA -MALAYSIA S ENTRY TO OSCAR BY SAW TEONG HIN 11. OLD WOMEN RUSSIA -ANGERS EUROPEAN FF -WON EUROPEAN JURY BY GENNADY SIDOROV AND NIKA AWARDS MOLODIST IFF AWARD WON SCYTHIAN DEER IN MOLODIST IFF THE RIDER NAMED DEATH RUSSIA MOSCOW, MONTREAL, VANCOUVER + 8 IFFs BY KAREN SHAKHNAZAROV 13. AGAINST THE TIDE SRI LANKA BY SUDATH DEVAPRIYA 14. FIRE FIGHTERS (SOORIYA ARANA) BY SOMARATNE DISSANAYAKE SRI LANKA COMMONWEALTH FF, HOUSTON, GREECE, ZIMBABWE, FUKUOKA SILVER REMI AWARD CINE AWARD AT GREECE 15. BEAUTIFUL BOXER BY EKACHAI UEKRONGTHAM THAILAND BERLIN 2004, THAILAND + 8 MORE IFFs THAI BEST ACTOR AWARD 3. CINEMA OF THE WORLD About 60 films from around 40 countries, made in the last two years, will be presented in this section. These include films, which have won international awards or have earned critical acclaim. SNO FILM DIRECTOR COUNTRY FESTIVAL PARTICIPATION AWARDS J ARGENTINA SAN SEBASTIAN, 10 DIFFERENT DIRECTORS 2. FINALLY, THE SEA JORGE DYSZEL ARGENTINA VENICE, VINA DEL MAR, TRIESTE, LONDON, HEULVA, HAVANA 2004-SANTO DO GO, MAR DEL PLATA, LLEIDA, DILAT, MARSELLE, MAIMI LATINO, CHAICAGO LATINO, SHANGHAI, LOS ANGELES LATINO BEST SOUNDTRACK AT TRIESTE BEST MOVE - STUDENTS AWARD AT SANTO DO GO OPENING FESTIVAL, MIAMI LATINO 3. SOMERSAULT KATE SHORTLAND AUSTRALIA CANNES, SYDNEY, LOS ANGELES, TORONTO, KARLOVY, EDINBURGH NO ATED FOR 15 AUSTRALIAN FILM INSITUTE AWARDS 2004, 4. GORI VATRA (FUSE) PJER ZALICA BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA LACARNO, SARAJEVO, TORONTO, FLANDERS, THESSALONIKI, AMIENS, ROTTERDAM SILVER LEOPARD IN LOCARNO, BEST BOSNA, + 12 MORE IFFs GOLDEN STARS AT KOSOVA BEST FILM AT RAINDANCE BEST ACTOR AT AMIENS EUROPEAN FILM AWARD 5. SUMMER IN THE GOLDEN VALLEY SRDJAN VULETIC 6. CELESTE & ESTRELA BETSE DE PAULA 7. DAUGHTERS OF THE WIND (FILHAS DO VENTO) JOEL ZITO ARAUJO 8. UNDER THE SURFACE - A JOURNEY UP THE SAO FRANCISCO RIVER MARCUS VINICIUS CEZAR BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA BRAZIL TORONTO, SARAJEVO, PUSAN, ROTTERDAM, PARIS, BRUSSELS, JERUSALEM + 8 IFFs CHICAGO LATIN AMERICAN FF, BRASILIA, CINESUL 2003, BUENOS AIRES, MIAMI, URUGUAY, BEST FILM VPRO, TIGER AWARD AT ROTTERDAM AWARDS AT BRUSSELS, HONGKONG, ETC BEST PICTURE - PEOPLE'S CHOICE CINESUL 2003 AND CINEPE, BEST BRASILIA'S PICTURE AT BRASILIA BRAZIL BRAZIL, BEST FILM BY CRITICS, BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTOR, BEST ACTRESS, BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, AND BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS BRAZIL MIAMI, BELEM, BRASILIA, INTL. FESTIVAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL FILM AND VIDEO (FICA) BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR AND ACTRES AT THE RECIFE FF, BEST PHOTOGRAPHY AND SOUND AT MIAMI ESPECIAL TAM AIRLINES FOR THE BEST FICCION FILM AT MIAMI 9. MILA FROM MARS ZORNITSA SOPHIA BULGARIA WARSAWFF, MANNHEIM, PUSAN, THESSASLONIKI, HAIFA FF, MAR DEL PLATA, BRIBECA IFF, KODAK AWARD FOR BEST BULGARIAN FILM AT SOFIA IFF, BEST FILM AWARD, SPECIAL JURY AWARD, AWARD FOR BEST FILM GOLDEN ROSE AT BULGARIA, GOLDEN ROSE FOR BEST ACCRESS VULO RADEV AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING 10. HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT DENIS BOIVIN CANADA 2003-MONTREAL, JAKARTA, 2004-REEL WORLD INTL FF-2004 (TORONTO) DIRECTOR, DEBUT AWARD & JOURNALISTS FACULTY AWARD 'BITTER CUP' 11. MANNERS OF DYING JEREMY PETER ALLEN 12. ON THE CORNER NATHANIEL GEARY 13. SABADO MATIAS BIZE 14. RUNNING FOR SON NING JING WU CANADA 2004-VENICE, CINEM AVVENIC AWARD FOR BEST FILM, PASINETTI AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR, SERGIO TRASATHI AWARD CANADA 2004-VALENCIA IFF, VANCOUVER IFF VANCOUVER NO ATED GOLDEN LION GOLDEN MOON OF VALENCIA AT VALLENCIA IFF VFCC AWARD AND BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR - CANADIAN FILM 2003-BEST WESTERN CANADIAN FEATURE FILM AT VANCOUVER CHILE HEIDELBURG WON FOUR AWARDS IN MANNHEIM, HEIDELBURG CHINA 15. THE HORSEMAN (KONJANIK) BRANKO IVANDA CROTIA 2003-PULA FF, 2004-MARDEL PLATA (OFF.COMPE) 2 GOLDEN ARENAS, KODAK AWARD FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHY 16. TERKEL IN TROUBLE STEFAN FJELDMARK, DENMARK CANNES, NY, VANCOUVER, TORONTO, WARSAW + 6 MORE IFFs 17. TVILLING(GE I) HANS FABIAN WULLENWEBER DENMARK ROBERT FESTIVAL BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS AT ROBERT FESTIVAL 18. VILLA PARANOIA ERIK CLAUSEN DENMARK TAOR A, WARSAW, MONTREAL + 5 MORE IFFs WON FIPRESCI PRIZE AT TAOR A 19. A REAL MAN (UN HOMME UN VRAI) LARRIEU JEAN MARIE FRANCE LONDON, PRAGUE, BOSTON, TURIN, YOKOHAM BOSTON, NATFILM 20. FRENCH MEN (LE COEUR DES HOMMES) ESPOSITO MARC FRANCE 2003-SYDNEY, FRENCH, MONTREAL, SEOUL, YOKOHAM 2004-ATHENS, CESAR 21. HIS BROTHER (SON FRERE) CHEREAU PATRICE FRANCE 2003-BERLIN, GHENT, LOS ANG., MONTEAL, MOSCOW, SAN FRANCISCO, SAN BEBASTIN, YOKOHAM 2004-LUMIERE AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR, 2003-SILVER BEAR AT BERLIN 2004-CESAR, LUMIERE, VIENNA, 22. NICKEL AND DIME (A LA PETTITE SEMAINE) FRANCE 2003-CAIRO, FRENCH, LONDON BEST ACTRESS AWARD AT CAIRO KARMANN SAM 2004-RICHMOND FRENCH, SHANGHAI, BERLIN, 23. ONLY GIRLS (FILLES UNIQUES) FRANCE SHANGHAI-2004, CAIRO, LONDON, RICHMOND BEST ACTRESS AWARD IN CAIRO JOLIVET PIERRE 24. THE BUTTERFLY (LE PAPILLON) PHILIPPE MUYL 25. 5X2((5X2 CINQ FOIS DEUX) FRANCOIS OZON FRANCE ST LOUIS IFF. AUDIENCE CHOICE, BEST INTL FEATURE FILM AT ST. LOUIS IFF. FRANCE VENICE FF PASINETTI AWARD, FOR BEST ACTRESS- VENICE FF NO ATED, GOLDEN LION FOR DIRECTION- VENICE FF 26. FLOWER OF EVIL (FLEUR DU MAL, LA) CLAUDE CHABROL 27. TO THE INN GEORGE BAKOLAS 28. DANCING FIGURE (TANCALAK) FERENC GRUNWALSKY 29. HUNGARIAN BEAUTY(MAGYAR SZEPSEG) PETER GOTHAR 30. THE OUR OF HAPPINESS(A BOLDOGSAG SZINE) JOZSEF PACSKOVSZKY FINGERS MANIA AKBARI FRANCE GREECE BERLIN IFF GOYA AWARDS. NO MATED FOR GOYA AWARD IN 2003 NO ATED FOR GOLDEN BERLIN BEAR AWARD IN 2003 BERLIN FF. HUNGARY 2003-HUNGARIAN FF 2003-SPECIAL PRIZE AT HUNGARIAN FF HUNGARY HUNGARY IRAN 2003-COPENHAGEN, HUNGARIAN FILM WEEK HOUSTON WORLD FEST-2004, BUDAPEST, VENICE, VANCOUVER, SAO PAULO, AF IFF, LOS ANG. IFF GOLDEN SWAN AT COPENHAGEN BEST SOUND & GRAND PRIZE AT HUNGARIAN FW GOLDEN REMI AWARD SPECIAL PRIZE OF GOLDEN REMI JURY BEST SOUND AWARD AT BUDAPEST WON AWARD IN DIGITAL SECTION AT VENICE ALSO BEST FILM. 32. BUTTERFLY IN THE WIND ABBAS RAFEI 33. KHAB-E-KHAK (DREAMS OF DUST) 34. MAIDEN MS. SEPIDEH FARSI MOHAMMAD DOURMANESH 35. THE SYRIAN BRIDE (HACALA HASURIT) ERAN RIKLIS IRAN IRAN IRAN ISRAEL 53 RD MANNHEIM- HEIDELBERG IFF OSLO IFF FJAR FILM FEST-2004 MONTREAL-2003, ROTTERDAM-2004 MORE THAN 8 IF Fs MONTREAL, VANCOUVER, HONGKONG, BANGKOK, LOCARNO +8 MORE IFFs BEST FILM, AUDIENCE AWARD, FIPRESCI AWARD, ECUMENICAL AWARD AT MONTREAL AUDIENCE AWARD AT LOCARNO 36. THE PROMISED LAND ISRAEL VENICE FF 'CINEMAVVENIRE' AWARD(CINEMA FOR AMOS GITAI 37. PATER FAMILIAS FRANCESCO PATIERNO 38. SECRET FILE (SEGRETI DI STATO) PAOLO BENVENUTI 39. THE HEART IS EVERYWHERE(II CUORE AL TROVE PUPI AVATI 40. BRIGHT FUTURE KUROSAWA KIYOSHI ITALY BERLIN , ITALY ITALY JAPAN TORONTO, VANCOUVER, LONDON, PARIS, 2003: SELECTED TO THE VARIETY CRITICS CHOICE & EUROPEAN FILM PROMOTION MORE IFFs VENICE-2003, TORONTO, LONDON, NY, THESSOLONIKI + 10 MORE IFFs CANNES-2003, NY, TORONTO, CHICAGO, LONDON + 12 MORE IFFs 2004-ROTTERDAM IFF 2004-CANNES FF ND SAN FRANCISCO IAAFF PEACE AWARD), VENICE FF NOMINATED GOLDEN SPUR AWARD AT FANDERS IFF DAVID AWARD, SILVER RIBBON AWARD NOMINATED GOLDEN LION AT VENICE WON DAVID AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR WON SILVER RIBBON AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR. 41. LA TREGUA (THE TRUCE) ALFONSO ROSAS PRIEGO MEXICO CHAMIZAL INDEPENDENT FF ARIAL AWARDS, MEXICO, 2 ND LATINO FF WON AWARD FOR PRODUCTION IN CHAMIZAL INDEPENDENT FF. 42. KEES DE JONGEN ANDRE VAN DUREN NETHERLAND NETHERLANDS FF WON GOLDEN CALF AWARD FOR BEST MUSIC AT NETHERLANDS FF. 43. MOONLIGHT PAULA VAN DER OEST NETHERLAND HOLYWOOD FF, MOSCOW IFF, NETHERLANDS FF, 2003-HOLLYWOOD DISCOVERY AWARD, BEST EUROPEAN FEATURE AT HOLLYWOOD FF GOLDEN ST GEORGE AWARD AT MOSCOW IFF YOUTH JURY AWARD AND GOLDEN CALF AT NETHERLANDS FF BEST ACTRESS, BEST DIRECTION. 44. SHOUF SHOUF HABIBI ALBERT TER HEERDT NETHERLAND OFFICIAL SELECTION AT BERLIN-2004, LOUVAIN, KARLOVY VARY, FESTROIA, JERUSALEM, BRISBANE, SALE, VANCOUVER, RIO DE JANEIRO, TBILISI, CHICAGO, DUBAI AUDIENCE AWARD AT AFRICA FF, VARIETY'S CRITICS CHOICE, 45. FRACTURE LARRY PARR NEW ZEALAND 2004-ST TROPEZ FF HOF FF 2004-WON BEST ACTRESS AWARD AT ST TROPEZ FF. 46. CHLOROX, AMMONIA AND COFFEE( SALTO, SALMIAKK OG KAFFE) NORWAY MONA J.HOEL 47. UTOPIA NORWAY 10 DIRECTORS 48. DIAS DE SANTIAGO JOSUE MENEZ PERU EDINBURG IFF, LIMA LATIN AMERICAN FF, ROTTERDAM IFF 2004-WINNER BEST FILM, FIPRESCI JURY AWARD, ECUMENICAL JURY AWARD, E- CHANGER YOUTH JURY AWARD AT FRIBOURG, BEST ACTOR AT BUENOS AIRES, BEST DIRECTOR, AUDIENCE AWARD, SIGNIS CATHOLIC MEDIA AWARD, AT ALBA, BEST FILM AT TRANSYLVANIAIFF, BEST FILM AT INNSBRUCK, BEST FILM AT MONTREAL, CRITICS AWARD AT LLA, TIGER AWARD AT ROTTERDAM IFF, 49. PRZEMIANY (CHANGES) LUKASZ BARCZYK 50. THE RETURN (VOZVRASHCHENIYE) by POLAND POLISH FF NO ATED EAGLE AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS AT POLISH FILM AWARDS. RUSSIA COTTBUS, GIJON, LJUBLJANA, LOCARNO, THESSALONOKI, 2003-SIGNIS AWARD AND SERGIO TRASATTI AWARD ( VENICE IFF). ANDREI ZVYAGINTSEV THESSALONOKI, VENICE IFFs BUSTER, FJAR, PALM SPRINGS, TROMSO IFFs. AWARD ( VENICE IFF). - AWARD OF THE ECUMENICAL JURY AND SPECIAL PRIZE (COTTBUS), -EUROPEAN DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR(EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS), -SPECIAL JURY AWARD AND GRAND PRIX ASTURIAS(GIJON), -KINGFISHER AWARD (LJUBLJANA), -'CINEM AVVENIRE' AWARD, GOLDEN LION, -LUIGI DE LAURENTIIS AWARD, AUDIENCE AWARD(TROMSO), -FIPRESCI PRIZE(PALM SPRINGS), -CRYSTAL SIMORGH (FAJR) AND NIKA AWARDS. 51. MASHA SERGEY TKACHEV 52. MEMO MILOS JOVANOVIC RUSSIA SERBINA AND MONTENEGRO TAOR A BNL FF-2004 ROMA GRANDE, PALIC IFF, LONDON RAINDANCE FF 2004-RAINDANCE FF 53. YESTERDAY DARRELL JAMES ROODT 54. DOS TIPOS DUROS JUAN MARTINEZ MORENO SOUTH AFRICA VENICE SOUTH AFRICA'S OFFICIAL ENTRY FOR THE BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM FOR THE 2006 ACADEMY AWARDS, SPAIN MALAGA SPANISH FF CINEMA WRITERS CIRCLE AWARDS. WON THE INAUGURAL HUMAN RIGHTS FILM AWARD AT VENICE 2004-WON AUDIENCE AWARD FOR FEATURE FILM AND SPECIAL MENTION AWARD AT MALAGA SPANISH FF. 55. JE N' AIME QUE TOI CANADA CLAUDE FOURNIER 56. MACHUCA ANDRES WOOD SPAIN FLANDERS AND LIMA LATIN AMERICAN FFs WON GEORGES DELERUE PRIZE IN FLANDERS FF WON ELCINE FIRST PRIZE IN LIMA LATIN AMERICAN FF. 57. SINDROME SPAIN MONTRIAL FF LIBERTO RABAL 58. STRANGE CRIME (SOTTO FALSO NOME) SPAIN AVIGNON FF COPENHAGEN FF WON UCMF AWARD AT AVIGNON FF. ROBERTO ANDO 2004-CANNES FF TH SEOUL EUROPEAN FF. 59. DREAMY VISIONS (RUAA HALEMA) SYRIA WAHA ALRAHEB 60. WONDROUS OBLIVION PAUL MORRISON U.K GIFFONI AND EDINBURGH DINARD BRITISH FF WON GOLDEN GRYPHON AWARD AT GIFFONI FF. 61. TAKE 3 GIRLS UNITED KINGDOM BAZ TAYLOR 62. LA ESPERA ALDO GARAY URUGUY MIAMI, ROSARIO, LOS ANGELES, BOGOTA, TRIESTE FIPRESCI PRIZE + BEST IBEROAMERICAN FILM AT MIAMI, BEST DIRECTOR, ACTRESS AND SPECIAL PRIZE AT ROSARIO, OPERA PRIMA PRIZE AT LA, GOLD FOR BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR AT BOGOTA, BEST FILM AND BEST SCRIPT AT TRIESTE. 63. A CLOSER WALK ROBERT BILHEIMER USA DURBAN, TRIBECA, DENVER, QUEENS, TEXAS, MAINE, AMNESTY HUMAN RIGHTS IFFs. -WORLD PREMIER COVERAGE- JOHANNESBURG- SA, -FIRST MAJOR PREVIEW SCREENING AT LOS ANGELES COUNTY, -CANADIAN PREMIERE TORONTO, - GALA OPENING NIGHT AT ASIA PREMIERE 2004 FF. 64. CUBA LIBRE(DREA G OF JULIA) USA BRATISLAVA IFF NOMINATED FOR GRAND PRIX AWARD AT JUAN GERARD BRASTISLAVA FF. 65. FINDING HOME LAWRENCE DAVID FOLDES USA MONTREAL, SARASOTA, SANTA BARBARA, MONACO, OFFICIAL SELECTION AT MONTREAL, SARASOTA, SANTA BARBARA, BEST DIRECTOR AND BEST ACTRESS AWARD AT MONACO. PREMIERES 1. AMERICAN DAYLIGHT 2004/98MIN/ 2. FINDING NEVERLAND 2004/90MIN/COL/35MM 3. THE FORGOTTEN 2004/96MIN/COL/35MM 4. THE INCREDIBLES 2004/115MIN/COL/35MM ROGER CHRISTIAN MARC FORSTER JOSEPH RUBEN BRAD BIRD INDIA UK / USA USA USA SPECIAL SCREENINGS 1. HARI OM 2004/108MIN/COL/35MM 2. CHAI PANI 2004/92MIN/COL/35MM GANAPATHY BHARAT MANU REWAL INDIA INDIA 4. RETROSPECTIVES/ COUNTRY FOCUS / WORKSHOP This section will include various packages of films that will try to reflect the rich cultural flavors arising from the social milieus of different countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia & Canada. I. FILMS OF ASHOK AMRITRAJ. Amritraj is one of the most successful film producers of Indian origin in Hollywood and IFFI is honoring him by screening five of his films. The film RAISING HELEN will be a premiere show in India. 1. WALKING TALL by KEVIN BRAY 2. RAISING HELEN by GARRY MARSHALL 3. MOONLIGHT MILE by BRAD SILBERLING 4. BANDITS by BARRY LEVINSON 5. BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE by ADAM SHANKMAN II. GASSMAN S FILMS. One of the most popular and versatile stars in Italy for over 40 years, handsome, flamboyant Vittorio Gassman has found tremendous success on stage and screen as an actor. Known as the Olivier of Italy, whose credits include The Big Deal on Madonna Street, The Easy Life, and Profumo di Donna, for which he won a Best Actor award at the Cannes International Film Festival in the year The actor Gassman passed away in As a homage to him IFFI, is screening six of his films. 1. THE EASY LIFE (II SORPASSO) by DINO RISI 2. FOR LOVE AND GOLD (L'ARMATA BRANCALEONE) by MARIO MONICELLI 3. C'ERAVAMO TANTO AMATI (WE ALL LOVED EACH OTHER SO MUCH) by ETTORE SCOLA 4. PROFUMO DI DONNA (SCENT OF A WOMAN) by DINO RISI 5. THE FAMILY (LA FAMIGLIA) by ETTORE SCOLA 6. THE DESERT OF THE TARTARS (II DESERTO DEI TARTARI) by VALERIO ZURLINI III. GASTON FILMS. Jean-Marie Gaston Kaboré is a Director, Producer and Scriptwriter from Burkina Faso. Kaboré 's first feature, Wend Kuuni (1982) was a breakthrough for African cinema notable for the way it translated African oral tradition to the screen. IFFI is screening four of his films. 1. RABI 2. ZAN BOKO 3. WEND KUUNI 4. BUUD YAM IV. Retro of Jerzy Stuhr. A retro to JERZY STUHR from Poland, actor and director of theatre and cinema, professor and rector ( ) of the National Academy of Theatre in Krakow, four selected films will be screened in 35 th IFFI 2004, Goa. 1. CAMERA BUFF by KRZYSZTOF KIESLOWSKI 2. TOP DOG (WODZIREJ) by FELIKS FALK 3. LOVE STORIES (HISTORIE MILOSNE) by JERZY STUHR 5. A WEEK OF THE LIFE OF THE MAN (TYDZIEN Z ZYCIA MEZCZYZNY) by JERZY STUHR V. Films funded by HBF. The Hubert Bals Fund is designed to bring remarkable or urgent feature films and feature length creative documentaries by innovative and talented filmmakers from developing countries closer to fulfillment. Since the Fund started in 1988, well over 470 projects (films, post production and distribution) from independent filmmakers in Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America received support. As a honor to this organization 35 th IFFI 2004, Goa is screening seven HBF films: 1. LEILA by DARIUSH MEHRJUI, Iran 2. NA CIDADE VAZIA (HOLLOW CITY) by Maria Joao Ganga, Angola 3. HOW I KILLED A SAINT by TEONA MITEVSKA, Macedonia 4. WAITING FOR HAPPINESS (HEREMAKONO) by ABDERRAHMANE SISSAKO, Maurit
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