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The Daily 2001

19 May
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  • The Winners of the Cinefondation Awards Are :

    the 19.05.2001 at 6:40 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:04 PM

    The Short Film and Cinefondation Jury, presided over by President Erick Zonca and composed of directors Samira Makhmalbaf, Lynne Ramsay and Rithy Panh and the actress Valéria Bruni-Tedeschi awarded the following prizes to the films in the Cinéfondation competition (Official Selection of the Cannes Film...
  • "Millenium Mambo"

    the 19.05.2001 at 5:00 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:04 PM

    Considered the figure-head of the Taiwanese Nouvelle Vague, Hou Hsiao-hsien returns to Cannes for the Fourth time to present a film in competition. His latest feature "Millenium Mambo" portrays Vicky, a young woman living with her jealous, obsessive boyfriend Hao Hao. One day she meets Jack, a bizarre man with several shady...
  • "Warm Water Under a Red Bridge" : Imamura 's Tribute to Strong Women

    the 19.05.2001 at 4:53 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 1:58 PM

    The fourth Japanese film in the official program, "Warm Water Under a Red Bridge" from Cannes regular Shohei Imamura openes tonight at the Palais des Festivals. One of a select group to have won the Palme d'Or twice ð for "The Ballad of Narayama" in 1983 and "The Eel" in 1997, 74-year-old Imamura joins...
  • "Avalon" : The Virtual Thrill of Killing

    the 19.05.2001 at 4:50 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:13 PM

    Japanese cult director Mamoru Oshii will be presenting his much-awaited "Avalon" today, shot in Poland with local actors, mixing real, virtual, and animated worlds. The fifth competing Japanese movie, "Avalon" is a story set in a near future, in a country in ruins. Dangerous games spread, which bring disorder to everything......
  • The Festival Pays Tribute to Melanie Griffith

    the 19.05.2001 at 3:48 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:16 PM

    The 54th International Film Festival pays tribute today to actress Melanie Griffith. There will be a screening of the 43-year-old actress's hit movie "Working Girls" at the salle Bunuel (Palais des Festivals) at 7.30 pm. Griffith, who will be accompanied tonight by her husband Antonio Banderas, starred in 53 films so far,...
  • Subhash Awchat, illustrator of this year's "Un Certain Regard" poster

    the 19.05.2001 at 3:03 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:17 PM

    This year's "Un Certain Regard" poster is the work of Indian painter and illustrator Subhash Awchat. The artist's pictorial universe is dominated by reflections of his childhood memories, portraits of clowns and actors, witnessing his attraction for the meanders of the human soul. Awchat's work is a fire-work of reds, indigo...
  • The Cinefoundation Awards

    the 19.05.2001 at 1:28 PM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:02 PM

    In 1998, the Film Festival created a new competing section, the "Cinefondation". Its aim is to reveal talented young directors from all over the world who have just finished their film school. Since the "Cinefondation"'s creation, the Festival has received about 2000 short films. At yesterday's awards, an eclectic selection of...
  • "Un Certain Regard" Exhibition

    the 19.05.2001 at 8:09 AM - Updated on 12.06.2003 at 2:19 PM

    A selection of photographies from the "Un Certain Regard" selection is currently on show at the Foyer Debussy (Palais des Festivals). The exhibition recalls the most striking moments of stars walking up the blue cartpet of the théâtre Debussy.

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