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Crossing Bridges, Review: Country Roads, take me home

Crossing Bridges: Country Roads, take me to home, to Arunachal If you are likely to be moved to deep emotions and tears by the idea of a Mumbai-based IT professional rediscovering his remote countryside roots in North-East India, and making the life-defining move of permanent homecoming, you will most likely feel you have a seen a minor classic. On the other hand, if you distance yourself and assess the film on merit, you are more likely to feel that it is a well-intentioned film which draws ...

A Week in Festivals. Newsletter 654 -

                                       This weekly newsletter reaches 176 465  subscribers.             &n...

There is a Garden Interview with Masoud Raouf

2014, Colour, Canada, Documentaries of the World  Production Team Director : Masoud Raouf Screenwriter : Masoud Raouf, Robin Gorn Cinematographer : Masoud Raouf Editor : Arian Aryan Music : Claude Maheu, Michel Reinhart Film production and Sales : Prod. & Ventes/Sales: Masoud Raouf, Ciné 3 Productions, 29, 7e Avenue, Lasalle, Québec H8P 2L8 (Canada), tél.: 514-824-2341,     Directo...

Interview with Connor Gaston Norman McLaren Award Winner for Best short film

MONTREAL FILM F. 38o Connor Gaston Norman McLaren Award  Best short film Intervew by Leopoldo Soto   'TIL DEATH 2014, Couleur, Canada, Festival du film étudiant - compétition nationale    Équipe de production Réalisation : Connor Gaston Scénarisation : Ryan Bright Direction photo : Daniel Hogg Montage : Betty Lu, Erin McElvaine Interprètes : Cameron Little, Shani Pichette-Voung, Just...

Interview with best canadian animation winner YOSHINO AOKI, unordinary Journey in a an ordinary day.

BEST CANADIAN ANIMATION. YOSHINO AOKI, unordinary Journey in a an ordinary day. Inspired by Isaac Newton’s absolute time and space, the film is about a chain of unordinary events occurs in one old woman’s ordinary day. ...

Interview with Marta Serrano, The Memory of the Olive Trees

Interview by Leopoldo Soto LA MEMORIA DE LOS OLIVOS / THE MEMORY OF THE OLIVE TREES 2013, B/W, Spain, Focus on World Cinema    Production Team Director : Raúl Romera Morilla Screenwriter : Raúl Romera Morilla Cinematographer : Raúl Romera Morilla Editor : Raúl Romera Morilla Cast : Marta Serrano, Victor Lamas, Mireia Muguiondo, Max Blanco, Marisa D. Rivas, Antonio Augusto Music : Alberto Bracero Film p...

MONTREAL FFM Vanessa Quintanilla, "La ultima cena"

interview by Leopoldo Soto LA ULTIMA CENA / THE LAST SUPPER 2014, Colour, Mexico, World Competition      Production Team Director : Vanessa Quintanilla Cobo Screenwriter : Vanessa Quintanilla Cobo Cinematographer : Gerardo Montiel Klint, Fernando Montiel Klint Editor : Clementina Mantellini Cast : Rouzanna Lissovskaya Music : Pepe Stephens Film production and Sales : Prod. & Ventes/Sales: César Moheno Pl&aac...

Interview with Mike Camoin from

  ABOUT CAPITAL CINEMA CULTURAL EXCHANGE The Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange (CCCE), nicknamed "Triple C E", aims to   support dynamic cross-cultural exchange through film. Established in 2014, the Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange is a non-commercial initiative aimed at providing filmmakers with added skills, resources, and opportunities to enhance marketability and help them reach international audiences for their character-driven work. Whether the work is a shor...