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  Midnight Eye feature: Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival 2003 report
As the film charts the weather patterns throughout the four seasons, and how they influence the plants' growth, we are treated to a parade of startling shots: the microscopic capture of diffusing pollen and the rice grains actually forming within the plant; time-lapse photos of clouds; the water rippling with the wind.
With so many films playing, not to mention the large number of seminars, discussion panels, live music events and opportunities for a quick drink or two taking place around the screenings, there was little chance of catching any more than a mere fraction of the films showing.
The resulting films were screened in public venues such as university campuses all over America, and indeed across the world, with the intention of working up viewers and forcing them to confront the issues of the day.
www.midnighteye.com /features/yidff2003.shtml   (3018 words)

  2003 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Together with them to promote the film in the US was Singaporean Chinese actress Fann Wong in her Hollywood debut and first English-speaking role.
November 12 - Occupation of Iraq: In Nasiriya, Iraq, at least 23 people, among them the first Italian casualties of the 2003 Iraq war are killed in a suicide bomb attack on an Italian police base.
December 17 - The film The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King released, effectively completing the Lord of the Rings Trilogy directed by Peter Jackson.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/2003   (4925 words)

 2003 in film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
December 22: Both of the movies from the Matrix trilogy released in 2003 were shut out of visual effects Oscar consideration by the Visual Effects Award Nominating Committee.
December 31 The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences mails nomination ballots in which it qualifies 254 films released in 2003 as eligible for Oscar consideration.
Please note that these are the top grossing films that were first released in 2003; because they may have made most of their income in a later year, they may not be the top-grossing films for calendar year 2003.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/2003_in_film   (894 words)

 Zatôichi (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This continues for much of the film, with minor characters coming and going, partly contributing to the overall story but also breaking up the flow with subplots that are never really explained or understood.
The film has a great thread surrounding Osei where he acts as a comic relief - all his stuff is very funny and it really helps to break the tension; it's just the things like the bodyguard's subplot - nothing explained yet quite a lot of weight put on him.
He is very funny throughout the film and his lack of background is not a problem as none of his strands call upon that like the others do.
imdb.com /title/tt0363226   (1211 words)

 Photo.net - DSLRs, comparison of lenses and scanned film by Bob Atkins
The color of a film scan is limited by the dyes used in the emulsion, not the color gamut of the scanner.
Your comment that the digital versus film decision depends on the workflow of the particular photographer is a key to understanding the issue and to coming to a conclusion that works for that photographer.
Film will perhaps always be around, but it is going to be increasingly inconvenient, and probably increasingly expensive, and pretty soon that increasing expense will be very difficult to justify on any grounds, artistic or otherwise.
www.photo.net /learn/optics/digitaloptics   (12850 words)

 Learn more about 2003 in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
February 23 - New York City is the site of the 2003 Grammy Awards, with Nickelback, No Doubt, Foo Fighters, Britney Spears and some other bands and performers.
March 20 - 2003 Iraq war: Land troops from United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Poland invade Iraq, preceded by a surgical air strike on the suspected bunker of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad.
March 22 - The United States and the United Kingdom begin their shock and awe campaign with a massive air strike on military targets in Baghdad using cruise missiles fired from US Navy warships, Royal Navy submarines and B-52 bombers; and laser guided missiles fired by Stealth Bombers.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /2/20/2003.html   (3003 words)

 The Best of Films of 2003 -- In Film Australia
Debut twin artists the Spierig brothers have assigned the pennies of their small budget (the film was made for less than one million dollars) incredibly shrewdly, mastering a cool visual style with a plethora of gross-out effects at their disposal.
If I had to name a best film for 2003 it would be this brilliantly made low-budget Brazilian movie that rocked the art house circuit all the way to the Oscars, where it sneaked in a couple of nominations and came away predictably empty handed.
The film is almost always two steps ahead of its suspicious viewers, and it is impossible to second-guess exactly where we are being led.
www.infilm.com.au /features/bestof2003.htm   (1916 words)

Peter Sollett's sweet and perceptive coming-of-age film moves in with one Dominican family.
The cream of the expert comedic crop on hand, she also gives the film heart and dramatic undertow.
In a film full of verbal clashes, when he speaks you catch every word, every hint of nuance.
www.thefilmexperience.net /Awards/2003/awards1.html   (1312 words)

 Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Freedom of Expression Award is given to a documentary film that informs and educates the public on issues of social or political concern.
The annual Sundance Film Festival, a major program of Sundance Institute, is held each January and is considered the premier showcase for American and international independent film.
The Institute supports non-fiction filmmakers through the Documentary Film Program by providing year-round support through the Sundance Documentary Fund and a series of programs, which nurture their growth, encourage the exploration of innovative nonfiction storytelling, and promote the exhibition of documentary films to a broader audience.
institute.sundance.org /jsps/pag_ex_news.jsp?resource=pag_ex_news_press_release&prl=prl_Sundance_Film_Festival&mbr=pr_prl_Sundance_Film_Festival_36   (1000 words)

 National Film Registry, 2003
Among the films named this year:  "Antonia: Portrait of the Woman" Jill Godmillow and Judy Collins' documentary on the life of extraordinary musician-conductor Antonia Brica and her struggles to become a symphony director despite her gender.
Regarding the National Film Registry, Billington observed that the "films we choose are not necessarily either the 'best' American films ever made or the most famous, but they are films that continue to have cultural, historical or aesthetic significance -- and in many cases represent countless other films also deserving of recognition.
Fifty percent of the films produced before 1950 and 80 to 90 percent made before 1920 have disappeared forever.
www.loc.gov /film/nfr2003.html   (1279 words)

 CAIRO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As a child of ten, her dreams revolved (as she herself admits) around becoming one of the beautiful actresses whose faces adorned film posters and cinema marquees.
At last, she decided to produce her own films, and unleash her true potential without depending on the generosity of others.
The late Atef El-Tayeb presented her in his film The Prison Cell and Director Samir Seif took advantage of the political side of Nabila in The Dancer and the Politician.
www.cairofilmfest.com /jury2003/nabilaebied.htm   (349 words)

 National Film Registry, 2003
An experimental film, never publicly exhibited or advertised.
Sadly, our enthusiasm for watching films has proved far greater than our commitment to preserving them.
Films Selected to 2003 National Film Registry 1.
lcweb.loc.gov /film/nfr2003.html   (1279 words)

 Film Hebrides - famous film locations in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Film Hebrides is the first website dedicated to screen productions in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, and one of the eleven fascinating VisitHebrides.com websites!
Our work in co-operation with the Scottish Highlands and Islands Film Commission, has enabled the last number of years to be a good period for the Outer Hebrides on our television screens, with a number of high profile programmes filming in the area.
Film and television companies continue to recognise the unique beauty of the Outer Hebrides and through their programmes and films show the rest of the world what a special place we live in.
www.filmhebrides.com   (422 words)

 2003 Florida Film Festival
The film veers from its twin themes of desperation and salvation with a lighthearted visit to the Annual Hobo Convention.
Vivid and moving, this film celebrates the brief life and complex times of a very special group, which will set the audience's hearts flying and toes tapping with a soundtrack that should not be missed.
With images of pain, outrage, defiance, and hope, the film is an insightful investigation of humanity persevering in the face of unimaginable atrocity.
www.floridafilmfestival.com /archive2003/films_docs.html   (1895 words)

 2003 - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
2003 is a common year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar), and also:
June 5 - Female suicide bomber detonates bomb near a bus carrying soldiers and civilians to a military airfield in Mozdok, a major staging point for Russian troops in Chechnya, killing at least 16 people.
June 15 - 2003 NBA Finals end San Antonio Spurs def New Jersey Nets 4 games to 2.
open-encyclopedia.com /2003   (3595 words)

 EI > Columns > 2003 Slamdance Film Festival
We have interviewed and/or talked to probably a 100 filmmakers over the years, and while many of them are creative souls they tend to have a complete lack of business expertise.
Fortunately, my hasty generalization appears to be untrue with regard to the 2003 Slamdance Film Festival, a festival that is packed with wonderful films by creative minds.
The dealer allegedly (remember that Rusty and I are criminal defense attorneys by day) was "peddling crack to parents after they dropped their children off at school." I should screen this film on Thursday, January 24, 2003, at 12:30 pm.
www.einsiders.com /features/columns/slamdance1.php   (609 words)

 2003 in film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
See also: 2002 in film, other events of 2003, list of 'years in film'.
February 3 - Legendary record producer Phil Spector is arrested for investigation of homicide after the body of actress Lana Clarkson was found at his home in Alhambra, California.
It uses material from the wikipedia article 2003 in film.
www.eurofreehost.com /20/2003_in_film.html   (175 words)

 News for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
(Film studio) Columbia put the movie premiere here in New York because he lives in Paris and it would be easier for him to fly to New York than fly to LA. He got on the plane and had to leave because he has an ear infection and was afraid to fly.
Ewan McGregor may be lusted after by film fans, but his wife preferred to cast another actor in the lead role for her first film.
The top film at the box office, Paramount's Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, took in only $7 million, the least earned by a No. 1 film since the Ashley Judd thriller Eye of the Beholder opened with $6 million in January 2000.
us.imdb.com /title/tt0325980/news   (12554 words)

 News for Finding Nemo (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
While extraordinary, especially for an R-rated film -- and one in which the dialogue is spoken in Latin and Aramaic -- analysts pointed out that sales had a long way to go to equal the record of 8 million copies sold in a single day by Finding Nemo (17 million the first week).
Joining the film in the Best Drama category were The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King; Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World; Mystic River; and Seabiscuit.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's 2003 summer release Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines topped the home-video rental charts with revenue of $12.2 million, according to Rentrak Corp. The Jonathan Mostow-directed movie took over the top spot from Disney's Finding Nemo, which had set a DVD record the previous week.
us.imdb.com /title/tt0266543/news   (12508 words)

 Watch This » BlackJack 2003 Australian film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This is going to sound sad, but the only way I could guess at the age of the film was that Kempson’s grudging assistant Kate Beahan (Julie Egan) in the filing department has a big LCD flat screen on her computer, so I knew it wasn’t a very old film.
I thought the ending to the film where one of the murderers who has remained undiscovered for thirty years and is finally trapped, was particularly deep - that idea of Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, where the guilty person can’t live with the crime they have committed, it festers within them, and ruins their life.
They drove that guy (one of the murderers) to a house that looked like a dolls house that was in someone’s garage earlier in the film, barged their way in and dragged the guy round the house trying to force him to tell them where they murdered the little boy.
www.watchthis.co.uk /?p=29   (920 words)

 2003 German Film Festival
To the great delight of her family, Gladis listens to Erik's eloquent declaration of love and agrees to accept his attractive offer to go to Germany with him and her 7-year-old son Omarito to start a new life.
The directors about their film, which provides an unusual insight in the difficulties of a binational marriage in Germany: "We accompanied the three of them for a part of their lives together, a time filled with much pain, disappoint-ment and sadness, but also hope, happiness and newfound independence".
The women's cautious, growing acquaintance is portrayed through calm camera work, the film increasingly focussing on the parallel between the secret relationship on the one hand and the desparate attempts by Xiao Qun's mother to marry her daughter off on the other.
www.safilm.org.za /news/article.php?uid=989   (1044 words)

 Kinoeye | Macedonia: 2003 Skopje Film Festival
Audiences are fed up with the deforming tendencies of the larger events by which fading names are glorified in the hope of increasing the glamour and prestige of the festival and political factors seem to over-ride aesthetic ones in the selection process.
Unfortunately, it's these negative trends that can do most to marginalise films from areas with smaller national film traditions, such as central, southeast or eastern Europe and make it seem as though both output and acheivement in these countries is very low, something that has greatly disappointed film professionals from these regions.
Thus, small festivals that are located in such parts of the world offer a particularly valuable outlet for evaluating the aesthetic acheivements of the surrounding area and provide an invaluable fourm for directors and socialise with other creative artists in their field.
www.kinoeye.org /03/05/trajkov05.php   (996 words)

 2003 Maryland Film Festival
Dietz said that this year’s films represent the “broadest possible spectrum of the filmmaker’s art”; and that this year filmmakers attending the Festival will include an array of talent ranging from legendary filmmakers John Waters, Barry Levinson, and Melvin Van Peebles to some film artists not yet out of school.
Dietz then introduced Ken Crooks, the Vice President and General Manager of Comcast in Baltimore City, who presented checks to both the Film Festival and to a group of teenagers from the Woodbourne Center, who are using film as part of their educational experience.
Dietz said “this film comes from an exciting collaboration between the Walters Art Museum and the Contemporary Art Museum,” both of which were represented at the press conference by Lesley Schaeffer from the Contemporary and Melinda Evasius from the Walters.
www.mdfilmfest.com /2003/pr03.asp   (826 words)

 Women's Film Festival
The festival screened over twenty films in areas as diverse as women firefighters ("Some Real Heat"), the healing power of physical challenge ("Uphill All The Way", "One In Nine"); and domestic violence ("Cowards").
A mini-festival of classic and recent films by Agnes Varda, called the grandmother of modern French cinema, was be a special feature of the 2003 festival.
Films were chosen to be as entertaining as they are enlightening, and there were many award-winners in the 2003 line-up.
www.womensfilmfestival.org /2003/index.html   (252 words)

 Mali from Timbuktu to Washington >> Film Festival
Winner of the most prestigious award of African cinema, the 1995 Yennenga Stallion, this film is a meditation on tyranny and demonstrates indeed that absolute power corrupts absolutely.
This first installment of a six part documentary film series is arguably one of the most comprehensive looks at Malian art and culture on film.
Using non linear storytelling techniques and gorgeous Malian settings and costumes, this film is an allegorical meditation on fratricidal war anywhere in the world.
www.folklife.si.edu /resources/Festival2003/mali_film.htm   (555 words)

 Asian Media Access :: 2003 Chinese Film Showcase Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The collection of wu xia pian is the focus of our eighth annual Chinese Film Showcase, a first major attempt in North America to examine the martial arts film as a central, cultural phenomena and enduring genre of Chinese cinema.
These films won't be found anywhere else in metro area.
Celestial Films, a Hong Kong based company that recently purchased the Shaw Brothers Library, and make these films available for limited circulation.
www.amamedia.org /movies/showcase/03showcase   (241 words)

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