June 26, 2007

Masters (2007)

  • ALEXANDRA Alexander Sokurov, Russia/France
  • LES AMOURS D’ASTRÉE ET DE CÉLADON Eric Rohmer, France
  • BEYOND THE YEARS Im Kwon-taek, South Korea
  • CHAOS Youssef Chahine and Youssef Khaled, Egypt/France
  • CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, THE ENIGMA Manoel de Oliveira, Portugal
  • DÉSENGAGEMENT Amos Gitai, Israel/France/Germany/Italy
  • FADOS Carlos Saura, Spain
  • LA FILLE COUPÉE EN DEUX Claude Chabrol, France/Germany
  • FOUR WOMEN Adoor Gopalakrishnan, India
  • GLORY TO THE FILMMAKER! Takeshi Kitano, Japan
  • IT’S A FREE WORLD… Ken Loach, UK/Italy/Germany/Spain
  • THE MAN FROM LONDON Béla Tarr, France/Hungary/Germany
  • NE TOUCHEZ PAS LA HACHE Jacques Rivette, France/Italy
  • ONE HUNDRED NAILS Ermanno Olmi, Italy
  • THE PAST Hector Babenco, Argentina/Brazil
  • THE PRINCESS OF NEBRASKA Wayne Wang, USA
  • A THOUSAND YEARS OF GOOD PRAYERS Wayne Wang, USA
  • ULZHAN Volker Schlöndorff, Germany/Kazakhstan/France
  • LE VOYAGE DU BALLON ROUGE Hou Hsiao-hsien, France/Taiwan
  • THE VOYEURS Buddhadeb Dasgupta, India

6 comments:

Darren said...

Can anyone convince me to see the Rivette? I'm completely unfamiliar with his recent work. I figure that a Balzac adaptation by Pascal Bonitzer has potential, but, honestly, period dramas are a hard sell for me.


Maya said...

Here is Cineuropa's Cannes report on Tarr's The Man From London plus an interview with him.


Nicola said...

But the Rivette is a finely crafted, sexy period drama, lusciously shot by the great William Lubtchansky. You really should see it.


Maya said...

Paul Martin reports on Alexandra.


Paul Martin said...

...and on The Man From London


Maya said...

Encouraging to read your review, Paul. I'm jacked because I've just secured an interview with Bela Tarr at TIFF!