LFF09 Tag Archive

DN LFF09: Up in the Air – Jason Reitman

Film Festival, Live Action

23rd October, 2009

Jason Reitman (Juno, Thank You for Smoking) is back with another modern day tale of life, love and frequent flyer miles with Up in the Air. George Clooney

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DN LFF09: Still Bill – Damani Baker & Alex Vlack

Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts

23rd October, 2009

Today’s LFF afternoon tea interview is a doubleheader with co-directors Damani Baker and Alex Vlack, who after over 11 years of patient persistence,

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DN LFF 09: Father of my Children – Mia Hansen-Løve

Film Festival, Live Action

23rd October, 2009

From the opening titles, before even a word is spoken, you can tell this is a French film. From the simple shots of unmistakably French streets and the

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DN LFF09: 45365 – Bill and Turner Ross

Documentary, Film Festival

23rd October, 2009

Brothers Bill and Turner Ross tell the story of Sydney, Ohio (zip code 45365) and it’s 20,000 population of small town Americans.

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DN LFF09: Balibo – Roger Connolly

Film Festival, Live Action

22nd October, 2009

Balibo is a political thriller of sorts, focusing on the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975 and in particular the involvement of a group of

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DN LFF09: Enter The Void – Gaspar Noe

Film Festival, Live Action

21st October, 2009

There is a particular kind of critic that points at the work they’re reviewing and says ‘Yeah, well, if I had done it, I would have done it like

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DN LFF09: The Double Hour – Giuseppe Capotondi

Film Festival, Live Action

21st October, 2009

The thing I love most about cinema is how much it constantly surprises me. I was making the dash across London, from the BFI to the Vue Leicester Square,

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DN LFF09: The Whites Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights – Emmett Malloy

Documentary, Film Festival

20th October, 2009

If The White Stripes were movie characters, they’d be pretty unrealistic and as a viewer you’d have a hard job believing all their quirks and oddities.

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DN LFF09: Trimpin: The Sound of Invention – Peter Esmonde

Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts

20th October, 2009

Hailing from Germany’s Black Forest region, the artist simply known as Trimpin is a sonic experimenter, who combines the roles of inventor, engineer

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DN LFF09: The Road – John Hillcoat

Film Festival, Live Action

20th October, 2009

The Road is a rare commodity in today’s movie industry, an apocalyptic film that relies on subtlety and imagination, instead of CGI and special effects.

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DN LFF09: The Informant! – Steven Soderbergh

Film Festival, Live Action

19th October, 2009

I’m not a big fan of Steven Soderbergh, there I’ve said it, it’s out in the open now……please don’t kill me!! I think I always kidded myself that

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DN LFF09: Men on the Bridge – Asli Özge

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

19th October, 2009

Today’s LFF interview comes from Asli Ozge whose debut feature Men on the Bridge began as a documentary concept to explore the distinct lives of three

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