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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > 1992 in film
See also: 1991 in film, other events of 1992, 1993 in film, list of 'years in film'.
March 17 - Lawrence Welk, musician, television and film actor
Unforgiven, starring Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, and Richard Harris.
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 Magnum Search results for: 1992 - 2006. Film Work
Film Director John SINGLETON, Rap artist, ICE CUBE, and actor Laurence FISHBURNE.
Steve BUSCEMI in a scene during the filming of Kansas City.
Filming of Mighty Times: The Children's March, directed by Robert HOUSTON.
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  La Sentinelle / The Sentinel / Arnaud Desplechin / 1992   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The film is as much a portrait of contemporary student life – albeit in a rather elitist circle – as it is a conspiracy thriller.
Indeed, one of the reasons why the film has such an impact is because it switches seamlessly from the world of the familiar to the world of the distinctly unfamiliar, occasionally catching us off guard and shocking us with images which appear, at first glance, surreal, until they assume a frightening reality.
The film is also far more character-oriented than most thrillers, and for much of the film there doesn’t seem to be much of a plot to speak of.
frenchfilms.topcities.com /nf_La_Sentinelle_rev.html   (649 words)

  Political Film Society - Carandiru
On October 2, 1992, some 111 inmates of the House of Detention at Carandiru, São Paulo, were brutally gunned down by a riot squad called in to break up a fight between rival gangs.
When the film begins, the physician is on his first day as a member the staff of the facility in the late 1980s, when the specter of AIDS pervades prison life.
In each case, what stands out, though unarticulated in the film, is that they are poor and have no attorneys to defend their actions, which in some cases may be justifiable; indeed, many are being detained indefinitely until their cases come up before a judge.
www.geocities.com /~polfilms/carandiru.html   (592 words)

 Harvard Film Archive: Global Visions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Films about folk hero Wong Fei-hung are a staple of Hong Kong popular cinema, and Jet Li's embodiment of the character in Once Upon a Time in China provides the most recent in a long line of cultural models.
Maggie Cheung was awarded Best Actress at the 1992 Berlin Film Festival and inspired director Olivier Assayas to cast her as the great silent French film actress Musidora in his film Irma Vep.
The film is told from the viewpoint of a lonely videographer who studies the human traffic that passes through the streets below his balcony.
www.harvardfilmarchive.org /calendars/03_fall/china.html   (1094 words)

 The Film Producer by FilmMakers Magazine
Because the producer has been with the film from start to finish, their knowledge of the film is much greater than that of the marketing agent.
Studios normally have numerous films in the works and gaining support for a film even after it is made may be difficult.
Films that are considered major blockbusters will be released in greater quantities and in more theaters across the country on opening weekend to try and bring in the maximum gross possible.
www.filmmakers.com /stories/Producer8.htm   (1291 words)

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 Redefining Film Preservation: A National Plan - National Film Preservation Board (Library of Congress)
Film is a fragile medium, intended for brief commercial life; preservation aims at slowing its inevitable decay through environmentally controlled storage and duplication onto newer filmstock.
Film reproduction in scholarship is beginning to move from frame enlargements in print publications to frames, sounds and sequences in educational multimedia.
As noted in the 1993 hearings and interviews, avant-garde and independent films are today among the most in need of preservation attention--due to the conditions under which the films were made, the limited number of release prints, and the inability of filmmakers to pay for adequate storage.
www.loc.gov /film/plan.html   (11433 words)

 Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Armed with $30,000 and a 16mm camera, Quentin Tarantino was all set to make the film with a bunch of friends, including his producing partner Lawrence Bender who was going to play Nice Guy Eddie.
It was then that Tarantino received an answerphone message from Harvey Keitel, asking if he could not only be in the film but help produce it.
The crux of the movie is the portrayal of the rainbow of characters who find themselves involved in a life of crime.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0105236   (931 words)

 Planet-Bollywood - Film Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Today, however, the film's prospects look bleak, which is a shame, because in spite of it's stale look Karobaar is definitely worth watching.
The film's pivotal plot twist arrives when, after marriage to Amar, circumstances throw Seema back into Rajiv's life, causing distrust between Amar and Seema, ultimately leading to their separation.
The film's one main drawback is it's staleness, which is, unfortunately, all too apparant, in spite of some breathtaking locations.
www.planetbollywood.com /Film/karobaar.html   (629 words)

 Singles (1992)
These are the themes obviously explored in Cameron Crowe's early movie Singles, which revolve around the love lives of singles (naturally) living in a common apartment.
As we know early in the film, each have problems and their own peculiar viewpoints on the dating scene.
We see Linda meeting and breaking up with a Spanish student she was so into, after seeing through his lies and sweet talk.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0105415   (793 words)

 Telluride Film Festival
Those slots are saved for the Cinderella films that invariably emerge over the course of the weekend- films whose popularity the festival directors could never have predicted.
The new film marks an opportunity for fans of Moore's previous films to see how many of the characters have fared over the past three years.
Moore decided his film had to be funny, the kind of picture people would go out and see on a Friday night.
www.dogeatdogfilms.com /films/telluride.html   (1845 words)

 Film Industry/Latinas   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Due to the fact that silent film only "spoke" through images to all nations, non-Anglo ethnic groups were able to play a major role in early filmmaking.
The reason why Latina actresses during the silent film era did not have to change their names was because they attained prior "recognition" or were at least known for the roles they played on stage (Noriega, 1992).
Although racial attitudes were reflected in films since the silent era, systematic discrimination took time to develop.
www.skidmore.edu /~g_bluemi/film_industry.htm   (530 words)

 Hinduism Today | Apr 1992
Remarkably, he not only produced and directed the films, but sometimes single-handedly designed the sets and costumes, wrote the script, composed the theme music and edited the film.
When that film was released, he would compare his treatment with the finished work.
The writer of the film's theme, Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee, expresses this beautifully in Creative Unity: 'What I have felt in the women of India is the consciousness of an ideal - their simple faith in the sanctity of devotion lighted by love which is held to be divine.
www.hinduismtoday.com /archives/1992/04/1992-04-02.shtml   (1305 words)

 British Film Institute Film Classics
Each entry focuses on a single great film of world cinema, presenting an essay by a prominent critic, novelist, academic, or filmmaker.
Such a spectrum of critics, covering an equally diverse selection of films, emphasizes the diversity of ways in which people experience cinema.
Film Classics showcases a breadth of styles and approaches to contemporary film criticism, offering informed and lively critiques of some of the most notable works in the history of film.
www.routledge-ny.com /filmclassics   (117 words)

 Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a 1992 comedy film about a "Valley Girl" cheerleader.
The film also led to a darker and much more popular TV series of the same name, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, also created, and sometimes written and directed by Whedon.
Whedon went on to state that the TV series was a much closer rendering of his vision than the movie, which was compromised by commercial concerns.
www.cswap.com /1992/Buffy_the_Vampire_Slayer   (140 words)

 Russian Film Symposium 2005: Yellow House
The two previous films meditated on the meaning and shape of evolution, and featured heroic scientists prepared to sacrifice life and sanity to achieve a more perfect human being.
Soon, however, his children unearth in the house's cellar a treasure trove of dusty film reels, primate skulls and bones, research reports, and photographs—the archives of their grandfather, a top biologist whose work on eugenics had been co-opted by the Soviet military and secret police.
The slapstick chases and fistfights, the mock-homosexual orgies, and the crudely made-up undead of the earlier films have been replaced by a nuclear family and a female voice-over narrator, perhaps reflecting the lonely king of necrorealism's newfound status as husband and father.
www.rusfilm.pitt.edu /2005/pn/bipedalism.htm   (615 words)

In the first six and half years after “JESUS” premiered in 1992, the film was shown a total of 4,000 times in the nation’s 357 communities with at least 250 residents.
A ministry supervisor, who launched and supervised the film’s use in that nation for a decade, tells of a team that drove several days to one corner of Mongolia.
As we pulled up alongside, the young men were resting in the shade of their camels and looking at booklets the Gospel of Luke, the ‘script’ of the “JESUS” film.
www.jesusfilm.org /progress/asia.html?type=regular&id=63   (207 words)

 Fun with Film
Imagine shooting nearly 200 rolls of film of the same subject: a corkboard with towels in varying colors that correspond with a grey scale.
It is a symbol of our commitment to traditional photography, FILM, that my former husband and I braved the close quarters of a darkroom for untold hours to try and make sense of the changes Kodak and Ilford have made to their products over the last few years.
After months of shooting and processing film in all these developers, comparing shadow and highlight detail, grain structure and effective film speeds, it was finally enough to get my teatotalling former husband to share a bottle of champagne with me. Everything looked much better after that.
www.chrisjohnsonphotographer.com /funfilm.shtml   (1279 words)

 Homepage di Film
Benvenuti su questo nuovo progetto dedicato al cinema, ai film ed a tutti i persnaggi che formano questo mondo.
Questo sito ha l'ambizione di essere uno dei progetti più completi nel panorama italiano se non mondiale, infatti abbiamo oltre 50 mila film e 100 mila personaggi recensiti.
Al momento questa è una versione beta quindi non troverete tutte le informazioni complete, ma stiamo lavorando affinché con il passare del tempo possiate trovare tutto quello che, sia agli appassionati sia ai normali utenti, interessa su questo mondo.
film.pubblicitaonline.it   (205 words)

 Sneakers (1992), A Film Commentary
The “box” everyone is seeking is a McGuffin, although one that is probably more carefully developed than Alfred Hitchcock had in mind when he identified plot ploys as McGuffins.
The musical score is an eclectic mix of music which might possibly seem unimaginative if listened to apart from the film.
But as a part of this film, the music advances and retreats at the perfect places to reinforce the movement of the characters through the story.
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 Woodstock Film Schedule 2002 - 845 679-4265
Her 1992 short film “Speech Less” was shown at film festivals all over the world and won several international awards.
Filmed in the Souk Al Hamidiyyah from August to September 11, 2001, it is a personal account of the unexplored sexual world of women who live behind the veil.
Tinker Street, Upstate Films and the Catskill Mountain Foundation Theater are 35mm facilities.
www.woodstockfilmfestival.com /archives/2003schedule/shortdocsveils_2003.htm   (454 words)

 Russian Film Symposium 2006
Mikhalkov shot his film in Inner Mongolia, which now belongs to China, and for the cast he chose native Mongolians.
Another Russian, whom Sergei meets at the restaurant, is portrayed in the film as dishonest and mercenary, "selling" his tradition and culture for a couple of yen and not respecting the Russian past.
By the end of the film, however, the land where the Mongolian family used to live is disfigured by ugly roads and the urga has been replaced by a chimney.
www.rusfilm.pitt.edu /2006/eden.htm   (649 words)

 In the Soup (1992)
Winner of the Grand Jury Dramatic Prize at the 1992 Sundance Film Festival, Alexandre Rockwell's In the Soup is a whimsically funny deadpan comedy that's never quite gotten its due.
And unlike his fellow 1992 Sundance alumnus Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs premiered at the festival that year), writer/director Alexandre Rockwell hasn't enjoyed much success, either critically or commercially, over the last 12 years.
Aside from directing one of the segments in the misbegotten anthology film Four Rooms (1995), Rockwell has made two films, both of which received negligible distribution.
www.reel.com /movie.asp?MID=4888&buy=closed&PID=10114545&Tab=reviews&CID=18   (695 words)

 The Perry Project: Film & TV   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For over ten years his professional life centered on Steppenwolf Theatre and the stage and with this move he was stepping back from the theatre and trying something new.
During the past ten years he has had supporting roles in films along with guest and recurring roles in TV series and recently completed his sixth and final season on the CBS series Nash Bridges.
Along with his film and television work, Jeff continues his close association with Steppenwolf Theatre, his artistic home.
home.att.net /~perryproject/film/film.html   (150 words)

 Rotten Tomatoes: The Vine: THE INNER CIRCLE (1992) FILM FANSITE
I just finished reading the reviews on the Rotten Tomatoes website about the 1992 film THE INNER CIRCLE, which has to be one of the best movies of all time.
This film is the best representation of life in the old USSR under Stalin that I have ever seen.
As for the "expert" film reviewers...they should have been sent to the GULAG for this one...
www.rottentomatoes.com /vine/journal_view.php?journalid=100001910   (218 words)

 Aspen Filmfest - independent by nature
As the Oscar™ race heats up, December is now synonymous with the release of the year's most critically acclaimed, most eagerly anticipated movies.
Since 1992 Aspen Film has been adding celluloid excitement to Aspen’s winter holidays with a slate of the hottest films headlined by top directors and stars.
Open to everyone, this two-week extravaganza offers a sneak peek at some of the films everyone will be talking about come the Academy Awards©.
www.aspenfilm.org /index.cfm?S=1:3   (180 words)

 CityBeat Film Reviews
His 1992 independent film, Laws of Gravity, was an impressive debut.
In 1994, Gomez released his first studio film, New Jersey Drive, a hyper-kinetic drama set within the world of professional car-thieves.
Still, like his previous films, Gomez's talent lies in matching strong characters and a story-driven plot with his usual technical flair.
www.citybeat.com /gyrobase/Film/FilmReview?filmreview=oid:17422   (190 words)

 Bavaria Film GmbH: 1992
SCHTONK has its film premiere in four Munich cinemas.
The highlight of the numerous international awards is the Oscar nomination as "Best foreign film".
Hans Noever films the four-part television series DAS SAHARA-PROJEKT for the ZDF.
www.bavaria-film.de /index.php?id=641   (250 words)

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