All Screen articles in 25 February 2008 – Page 6

  • Reviews

    Drifting Flowers (Piao Lang Qing Chun)


    Dir: Zero Chou. Taiwan, 2007. 97 mins.Following on from last year's Spider Lilies and seemingly catering for the same market - gay festivals and specialised distribution - Zero Chou's episodic drama about unrequited love through childhood, adolescence and old age is another step in her 'Rainbow Colours' project about finding ...

  • Reviews

    Motherland (La Terramadre)


    Dir: Nello La Marca. Italy. 2008. 120mins.Italian director Nello La Marca's first narrative feature Motherland (La terramadre) is a neorealist drama about economic disenfranchisement that explores the intertwined fates of two radically different people trying to survive in the dirt-poor southern Sicilian city of Palma di Montechiaro .La Marca has ...

  • Reviews

    Before The Fall (3 Dias)


    Dir: Francisco Javier Gutierrez. Spain 2008. 93 mins.The buzz surrounding this Spanish sci-fi thriller at Berlin was fuelled by both the co-production involvement of Antonio Banderas and the news that Euro genre giant Filmax had picked up international rights. It's difficult to see what all the fuss is about: for ...

  • News

    Fine Cut seals slew of deals for The Chaser, Hansel And Gretel


    Seoul-based sales agent Suh Young-joo's newly launched Fine Cut has announced a raft of deals from the European Film Market (EFM). Na Hong-jin's action thriller The Chaser did sales to Haut et Court for France, Cineart for Benelux, Seven Group for Greece, and Golden Scene for Hong Kong.At its opening, ...

  • News

    Grant Thornton promotes Brion, Page to partner


    UK-based accounting/financial services firm Grant Thornton has promoted Liz Brion and Nick Page to become partners in the firm's Media and Entertainment team.Brion joined GT in 2001 and is head of media tax.Page joined GT in 1996 and has been a specialist in the Media and Entertainment Team since 2004, ...

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    Dir: Andrzej Wajda. Poland 2008. 122 mins.