Pinoy Indie Cinema 101 Edward Paciano Cabagnot
Pinoy Indie Cinema 101 by Edward Paciano Cabagnot For nearly twoAkiraKurosawa and India's Satyajit Ray in the running in the best of competitions.;Carambolage: The cabaret festival in Heidelberg’s Karlstorbahnhof train station offers satirical cabaret, musical interludes and readings.;Museums. Heidelberg has a good range of museums for a city of its size--some worth visiting at any time, and others good for a rainy day.;How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Monday.Sozzani Award during the 74th Venice Film FestivalGuillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is ;35 Limited Releases To See This Summerthe Berlin Film Festival,Red Band Trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ Mixes Romance ;Oct 10, 2013A shift is starting to take place in Philippine cinema, as independent films madewithout studio backing begin to stake more of a claim, says the
Venice film festival: Philippines drama wins top prize
Philippines film The Woman Who Left, a black and white drama by director Lav Diaz, wins the Golden Lion for best film at the Venice Film Festival.;* * * 2017 Edition. * * * The Chase Festival is all about digging into the vintage clips and drawing inspiration from them.;The Finnish drama beat out higher profile films from Kore-eda Hirokazu and David Mackenzie to be placed at the top of the festival sidebarFinnish drama The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki;Aug 4, 2016Award-winning Asian indie films will be showcased in the “Visions of Asia” starting August 5 to 14 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.“River Road” ( China) by Li Ruijun, “Child of Debt” (India) by;Venezuelan film Desde Alla by Lorenzo Vigas wins the top Golden Lion prize at the Venice International Film Festival.