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Natasha Senjanovic


115 articles available in total starting from 20/10/2005. Last article published on 19/02/2011.

Tarr, Köhler snag morsels among Iranis' bear’s shares of honours

Tarr, Köhler snag morsels among Iranis' bear’s shares of honours

While not always the case, this year’s festival buzz proved true: Iranian film Nader and Simin, A Separation by Asghar Farhadi has won the Golden Bear of the 2011 Berlinale. The film also picked...  

19/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Awards

Europe prominent among Foreign-Language Film nominees

Europe figures prominently across the board among the freshly announced nominees for this year’s Academy Awards – thanks in large part to British director Tom Hooper’s worldwide hit The King's...  

25/01/2011 | Oscars 2011

Europe prominent among Foreign-Language Film nominees

Europe prominent among Foreign-Language Film nominees

Europe figures prominently across the board among the freshly announced nominees for this year’s Academy Awards – thanks in large part to British director Tom Hooper’s worldwide hit The King's...  

25/01/2011 | Oscar 2011

King's Speech leads British invasion at Golden Globes

King's Speech leads British invasion at Golden Globes

The British invasion continues during this year’s awards season, with Tom Hooper’s The King's Speech scooping up seven Golden Globes nominations in top categories, including Best Film Drama. It is...  

14/12/2010 | Awards | Europe

First-ever Croatian film series kicking off in Rome

First-ever Croatian film series kicking off in Rome

Tomorrow, November 11, sees the start of Encounters with Croatian Cinema, the first showcase of contemporary and historical Croatian cinema in Italy. The free event runs four days at Rome’s Sala...  

10/11/2010 | Events | Croatia

Yüce tackles his country’s macho culture in Majority

Seren Yüce’s slow-paced, feature debut Majority is a critique of Turkey’s misogynistic culture, in which the victim of social oppression is a young man who doesn’t have the courage to get out from...  

10/09/2010 | Venice | Venice Days/Turkey

Caccia looks at life/death dichotomy in his first feature-length doc

Prolific documentary filmmaker Andrea Caccia’s first feature-length Life in the Time of Death, is an interesting, three-act and five-years-in-the-making meditation on life through its very...  

10/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Venice Days/Italy

Stokman shows a different Naples in Scena del Crimine

Stokman shows a different Naples in Scena del Crimine

Walter Stokman set out to make a film about a Neapolitan forensics expert when he first got the idea for the documentary Venice Days title Scena del Crimine (“Scene of the Crime”). Once he got to...  

10/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Venice Days/Netherlands

First-time directors offer impressive slices of life in Peace on Earth

Matteo Botrugno and Daniele Coluccini have made an impressive feature debut with their ensemble story Peace on Earth, all the more impressive for the fact that it was made for under €100,000....  

09/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Venice Days/Italy

Bouyain’s feature debut masterfully captures The Place in Between

Halfway through The Place in Between, main character Amy (Dorylia Calmel) observes passersby on the streets of Bobo (Burkina Faso), in a scene that encapsulates Sarah Bouyain’s delicate yet...  

08/09/2010 | Venice 2010 | Venice Days/France

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