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Key Players in the Cannes Market: Celluloid Dreams

The French sales/production company is supplying this year's Cannes fest with a trio of titles, but you might find me doing cartwheels more for a project that hasn't even began lensing in Marjane Satrapi's Waiting for Azrael. - The French sales/production company is supplying this year's Cannes fest with a trio of titles, but you might find me doing cartwheels more for a project that hasn't even began lensing in Marjane Satrapi's Waiting for Azrael. Red, white and green helmer Daniele Luchetti returns to the French festival for the umpteenth time with La Nostra Vita (see pic above) and Takeshi Kitano will break decibel levels with Outrage --- the film's trailer says it all. Celluloid Dreams' is also repping something for doc enthusiasts and tourists who love Paris: Fred Wiseman's Crazy Horse. If I Want To Whistle I Whistle by Florin Serban - Completed La Nostra Vita
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Key Players in the Cannes Market: Celluloid Dreams

The French sales/production company is supplying this year's Cannes fest with a trio of titles, but you might find me doing cartwheels more for a project that hasn't even began lensing in Marjane Satrapi's Waiting for Azrael. Red, white and green helmer Daniele Luchetti returns to the French festival for the umpteenth time with La Nostra Vita (see pic above) and Takeshi Kitano will break decibel levels with Outrage --- the film's trailer says it all. Celluloid Dreams' is also repping something for doc enthusiasts and tourists who love Paris: Fred Wiseman's Crazy Horse. If I Want To Whistle I Whistle by Florin Serban - Completed La Nostra Vita by Daniele Luchetti - Completed Outrage by Takeshi Kitano - Completed REVOLUCIÓN by Carlos Reygadas - Completed We Are The Night by Dennis Gansel - Post-Production A Prophet (Un Prophete) by Jacques Audiard - Completed Apart Together (Tuan Yuan
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Red Carpet Lineup, Foxy Julianne and Berlinale Winners

With Berlinale wrapped, let's take one last looksie at random celebs working the premieres and photo ops. Part of our irregular red carpet lineup tradition. And then the awardage.

From left to right: I didn't know what Michael Winterbottom looked like, so I've included him here. He's a boyish 48. I think his career is pretty fascinating because it covers so much global ground and differing genre terrain. He's so prolific while still making intelligent films. I'm impatient so prolific works for me. That said, his new noir The Killer Inside Me might be one I'll have to skip. If festival types are so horrified by the violence I'm sure it's more than I can take.

Julianne Moore looking foxy on her way to fifty. She's gone a bit goth here with smoky eyes, black dress and black fingernails. More on her in a bit.

Two-time Oscar nominee Isabelle Adjani, who hasn't been working much,
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Turkish film wins Berlinale's top honours

Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu's film Bal (Honey) won the Berlin Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bear prize Saturday.

The movie, about about a young boy who goes in search of his father after his father fails to return home was one of 20 films competing for the 60th anniversary Berlinale's top honours.

Relating how a bear smelling honey approached the production team as they were shooting the film, Kaplanoglu said "the bear is now back".

The festival's main programme included 18 world premieres, with three debut features.

Romanian director Florin Serban won two prizes for "Eu cand vreau sa fluier, fluiere" (If I Want To Whistle, I Whistle), about a young man in a youth detention centre who is facing up to the new realities that have emerged in the wake of the fall of Communism across Eastern Europe.

In addition to the Alfred Bauer prize for opening up new perspectives in cinema,
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Kaplanoglu's 'Honey' Claims Golden Bear

What do Central Station (1998), The Thin Red Line (1999) and Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia (2000) all have in common? They were awarded the top honor at the Berlin Film Festival and you can add Honey, the final leg in Semih Kaplanoglu's trilogy which commenced with Egg and last year's Milk, to that grouping. - What do Central Station (1998), The Thin Red Line (1999) and Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia (2000) all have in common? They were awarded the top honor at the Berlin Film Festival and you can add Honey, the final leg in Semih Kaplanoglu's trilogy which commenced with Egg and last year's Milk, to that grouping. Florin Serban's If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle, which won Alfred Bauer Prize, also claimed 2nd place prize in the Silver Bear - The Jury Grand Prize - thus continuing the wave of film festival winning Romanian cinema.
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Turkish film wins Berlinale's top honours

Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu's film Bal (Honey) won the Berlin Film Festival's prestigious Golden Bear prize Saturday.The movie, about about a young boy who goes in search of his father after his father fails to return home was one of 20 films competing for the 60th anniversary Berlinale's top honours.Relating how a bear smelling honey approached the production team as they were shooting the film, Kaplanoglu said 'the bear is now back'.The festival's main programme included 18 world premieres, with three debut features.Romanian director Florin Serban won two prizes for 'Eu cand vreau sa fluier, fluiere' (If I Want To Whistle, I Whistle), about a young man in a youth detention centre who is facing up to the new realities that have emerged in the wake of the fall of Communism across Eastern Europe.In addition to the Alfred Bauer prize for opening up new perspectives in cinema,
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