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FESTIVAL DE TORINO 2012: SHELL DE SCOTT GRAHAM

Por Vassilis Economou

Durante los últimos años, una nueva generación de cineastas británicos ha emergido. Muchos de ellos han sido aclamados en festivales de  cine, con películas  enfocadas en problemas sociales y familiares. El último miembro de esta nueva ola es Scott Graham, cuyo debut se estrenó en la competencia del Festival de Cine de Torino, y que está basado en su corto homónimo del 2007.

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Film Festival Reports

TORINO FESTIVAL 2012: SU RE BY GIOVANNI COLUMBU

By Vassilis Economou

The Italian fiction films that have participated in the Torino Film Festival have failed to impress. Some of them will probably have box office success but they are not films suited for a big film festival. The Italians also have the largest part of the official international competition with three films out of sixteen.

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Film Festival Reports

TORINO FESTIVAL 2012: AM HIMMEL DER TAG BY POLA BECK

By Vassilis Economou

The only German film in the Official Competition of Torino Film Festival is Pola Beck’s first feature film Am Himmel Der Tag (Breaking Horizons). The film is also the first from a new institution called Leuchtstoff, which is a branch of RBB (Berlin Brandenburg Broadcasting).

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En español

FESTIVAL DE TORINO 2012: AGE IS… DE STEPHEN DWOSKIN

Por Narda Liotine

Senilidad. El concepto ha ido cambiando de manos: Cicerón, Svevo, Simone de Beauvoir, Bergman, Ozu y Dwoskin. La personal De Senectute es una joya de reflexión contemporánea sobre la vejez. Afectiva y sutil, y aparentemente lineal, Age Is… es una expresión de la sabiduría del autor sobre la edad adulta, visión madura y desarrollada a partir del ensayo de Simone de Beauvoir “La vieillesse”.

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Film Festival Reports

TORINO FESTIVAL 2012: I.D. BY KAMAL K.M.

By Vassilis Economou

For the majority of the western audience, films from India are usually related with Bollywood themes, musicals, romantic comedies and silly action films. Fortunately there still exists a different way of filmmaking that will appeal to more eclectic tastes. I.D. is the debut film by the Indian director Kamal K.M. and it participated in the official competition of the 30th Torino Film Festival.

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