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Top 150 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2020: #48. Eté 85 – François Ozon

Eté 85

Director François Ozon continues to work at breakneck speed, with his 19th feature ready to premiere in 2020. Produced by Eric and Nicolas Altmayer and lensed by Hichame Alaouie, Ozon casts three young actors for his trio of leads to join some of his past favored cast mates, including Melvil Poupaud (of 2005’s Time to Leave and 2019’s By the Grace of God) and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (of 2004’s 5×2).…
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Interview with Orhan Tekeoglu and Nurdan Tekeoglu: “How long will you live with this feeling of regret inside you?”

Orhan Tekeoglu finished his first feature film “I Loved You So Much” (2013) which won the best foreign film award from Canada Film Festival and Portobello Film Festival. His feature films are “Extraordinary People”, “Rudolf Nureyev: Island of His Dreams” and “Time to Leave

Nurdan Tekeoglu was born in Istanbul in 1964. In 1988, she graduated from the sociology department of Bosphorus University and worked in different national and international companies at different management levels. She was head of representative office of Metro Ag, the German retail company till January 2011. She organized short film competitions for university students as social responsibility project for Metro Ag with Türsak,film foundation in Turkey for 10 years. She felt in love with cinema and produced her husband’s first documentary Ifakat after 3 years of development process. In 2013 Dr.Tekeoglu produced I Loved You So Much, a feature after 3 years of preparations and many difficulties. In 2015 she produced
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Documentary Review: Time to Leave (2018) by Orhan Tekeoglu

An old man narrates the reason for visiting his native village. He takes us through this personal life which is about half the documetary’s content. The other half is left to the scenic hillocks and haunting music. A very unique way of expressing grief among the blooming flowers which warn of an approaching winter. Orhan Tekeoglu’s direction gets credit in bringing them all together and keeping the pace just right.

Time to Leave” is screening at Ulju Mountain Film Festival 2019

After living in Germany for forty years, Hasan Atalay in his 80’s visits his village in Turkey. The old house needs maintenance and he goes about his days doing just that. The contraptions he devices when patching up the house are quite interesting. He talks about how he lost his son Erdogan and how he could never recover from the loss. His son always wanted to visit the
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Top 150 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2019: #35. By the Grace of God (Grâce à Dieu) – Francois Ozon

By the Grace of God

Francois Ozon’s eighteenth feature, By the Grace of God /Grâce à Dieu (previously known as Alexandre) promises to be one of the filmmaker’s most provocative exercises since his titles from the late 1990s. Revisiting a sex abuse scandal involving a Roman Catholic priest who was recently indicted after several victims filed lawsuits accusing him of abuse from 1986 to 1991, Ozon reunites with his Time to Leave (2005) and The Refuge (2009) star Melvil Poupaud who plays one of the three men who came forward. The cast also includes Denis Menochet, Swann Arlaud, Josiane Balasko, and Eric Caravaca.…
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The Weekend Warrior 3/17/17: Beauty And The Beast, The Belko Experiment

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out. And if you're into box office and how movies might do, come play some of the box office games at EZ1 Productions including their new Pick 5 game!

This Past Weekend:

As expected, Legendary Pictures’ Kong: Skull Island won the weekend, and honestly, the Weekend Warrior’s original prediction of $61.6 million was pretty darn close to the movie’s opening weekend which ended up at $61 million. (Unfortunately, I chickened out on Thursday because my prediction was so much higher than all others and lowered it to $58 million, which was Still closer to than every other prediction last weekend.) Also, as expected (at least by me), Hugh Jackman’s Logan took a 2nd weekend tumble as has been the case with most X-Men movies,
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All About My Director: Close-Up on Xavier Dolan's "Laurence Anyways"

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Close-Up is a column that spotlights films now playing on Mubi. Xavier Dolan's Laurence Anyways (2012) is showing March 18 - April 17, 2017 in the United States.In a 2012 interview, the great French actor Melvil Poupaud said of his meeting with Canadian wonderboy director Xavier Dolan in Laurence Anyways that it had been one of the great moments in his career. Poupaud had identified four directors that gave him the gift of transformative roles:Raúl Ruiz (in 1983’s City of Pirates, when the actor was only 10), Éric Rohmer (in 1996’s A Summer’s Tale), François Ozon (in 2005’s Time to Leave) and Dolan in what was then only the director’s third feature. Whether the Canadian will go down in history like the revered Ruiz and Rohmer or be more of a hit-and-miss journeyman like Ozon, only the future will be able to tell. But there is no denying that, ever since
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Second Take: François Ozon's Ravishing "Frantz"

Editor's Note: Nathaniel previously reviewed Frantz at Tiff. Now with its Us release a week away, here's Eric with a second look.

Frantz, director François Ozon’s most recent picture, opens in limited release in one week and is also part of Lincoln Center’s current "Rendezvous with French Cinema" series. Ozon is one of France’s most profilic filmmakers (he makes a film almost every year), and he’s given us many fine pictures, including the Charlotte Rampling chillers Swimming Pool and Under the Sand, the actressy 8 Women, and his deepest film, Time to Leave. But Ozon has never made a film as ravishing and complete as Frantz.

This film, which was nominated for 11 César Awards and won the Cinematography prize at the ceremony, contains a simple story which keeps unfolding in complex and surprising ways....
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‘Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #3.1′ Review

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Written by Rob Williams | Art by I.N.J Culbard | Published by Titan Comics

Year 3, in publishing terms, has come for The Eleventh Doctor. A series that I haven’t exactly disliked, but not one I feel has been great either. Lacking a little of that timey-wimey magic, which for this incarnation is criminal indeed. So this issue sees the new creative team of Rob Williams and I.N.J Culbard come aboard, hopefully to inject some of that missing magic. Rob Williams work I know pretty well, from his UK comic work and his Marvel Comics stuff, so he seems a good fit for the book.

So what have The Doctor and Alice been up to since the major events of last issue? Did they get that rest and relaxation they earned? Er, no. We catch up with them being chased by the inhabitants of Britzit-247, a colony of
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Even Jai Courtney Thinks It’s Time to Leave The ‘Terminator’ Franchise Alone

Even Jai Courtney Thinks It’s Time to Leave The ‘Terminator’ Franchise Alone
When an actor or actress joins a big blockbuster franchise, they’re pretty much on board for whatever the future holds, if only because it’s a near-guarantee for a few paychecks that they won’t have to fight for elsewhere. Therefore, if an actor thinks that it’s a better idea to not proceed with sequels in a […]

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‘Terminator Genisys’ Star Jai Courtney Says “It’s Probably Time To Leave” The Terminator Franchise Alone

I don’t know if there’s a Guinness Book Of World Records entry for this sort of thing, but it’s hard to think of any actor who has had their hand in as many franchises at one time as Jai Courtney. The actor has starred in “Jack Reacher,” “Divergent” and “Insurgent,” “Live Free Or Die Hard,” […]

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'Game of Thrones' Live Blog - 'Blood Of My Blood' Is Thicker Than Water

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'Game of Thrones' Live Blog - 'Blood Of My Blood' Is Thicker Than Water
Social media is dark and full of terrors spoilers. To avoid spoiling the fun for fans on the west coast and those who have to wait to beg, borrow, or steal an HBO Go password, this season I’m confining my stream-of-consciousness thoughts to this liveblog. Follow along or flee in fear. Here there be spoilers! Catch up on Episode Five, 'The Door' over here. ********************** [9:01Pm Edt] - No one has time for your late nonsense, HBO. We don't care about your other shows right now. Let's gooooo! [9:02Pm Edt] - Oh good, the Freys are back. Let's hope the Blackfish or Lady Stoneheart or Sansa or Nymeria wipes their house from the face of the Earth. Watching Dany's triumphant burning of the patriarchy is still awesome, but with the distance of a week? I'm still not okay with her White Savior trope arc. [9:06Pm Edt] - If Meera is still alive and dragging Bran's warging butt,
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S7AR Wars: Spoilers, Speculation and Discussion Awaken

It’s been a long road, but here we are, in a post The Force Awakens world.

Obviously this is not the column you’re looking for if you want the details of Episode VII to remain a secret until you get to see it. You’ve probably seen it already. Or you should have, because I have questions.

And info! But they all involve details of the movie. Time to leave if you’ve clicked over by accident or some dickish friend of yours sent you this link.

This Post Is Dedicated To Constable Zuvio. He's officially the first The Force Awakens Expanded Universe character to get a Hasbro Black Series figure, because he is not in the movie.

Ok, cool, we’re clear.

Starting off light, the cameo of 007 Daniel Craig has been revealed! There were rumors that Craig showed up at the Pinewood Studios set of The
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Life of Riley | Review

Time to Leave: Alain Resnais’ Elegant Swan Song

Alain Resnais, that reluctant member of the French New Wave, passed away in March of 2014, not quite two months after the premiere of his last film, Life of Riley, at the Berlin Film Festival. Reaching its theatrical release, the film marks a graceful cap to an extraordinary filmography from a director that specialized in fragmented narratives that play with memory, time, perception, and the complicated nature of human interactions. His final film, while certainly more linear than many of his most famous works, is no exception to his exploration of time and the limited amount of it. Returning with several of his favorite key players, it’s the third Resnais adaptation of an Alan Ayckbourn play (originally titled Aimer, boire et chanter, which translates to Love, Drink and Sing), as charming as ever, presented with its stylized stage artifice.

Three couples
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Read an Exclusive Excerpt from The Dark Blood of Poppies

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Bloodsucking creatures of the night take a bite out of the professional dancing world with dire consequences when vampire Charlotte Neville gets a taste of ballerina Violette Lenoir in Freda Warrington’s The Dark Blood of Poppies, her follow-up to A Dance in Blood Velvet. Titan Books has provided us with an exclusive excerpt that sees Sebastian Pierse facing sinister seductions in 1700’s Ireland.

“The ballerina Violette Lenoir has fallen victim to the bite of the vampire Charlotte. Her fire and energy have fuelled a terrifying change and a dreadful realisation; that Violette has become Lilith, the demon mother of all vampires. Haunted both by what she has done and by Violette’s dark sensuality, Charlotte and her immortal lover Karl are drawn towards the dancer and the terrible destiny that has fallen on her shoulders. But other, far more dangerous shadows are gathering around Violette. To the vampire Sebastian
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Manoj forced to get out of bed early (Movie Snippets)

Manoj forced to get out of bed early (Movie Snippets)
Mumbai, Feb 16: Actor Manoj Bajpayee was forced to get out of his bed early in morning to start the day's shoot for his upcoming movie "Tevar".

"Good morning! All directors want to roll the camera by 7 a.m. in outdoor and that forces me to be out of bed now. Time to leave. 'Tevar'," the 44-year-old tweeted Sunday.

The cast of the movie is currently in Mathura shooting for the movie.

The actor was up early, but he was happy as he got a chance to visit the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan.

"Had a fantastic darshan of Banke Bihari in Vrindavan. Got the blessing and now back to work," Manoj tweeted.

Directed.
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2013 Cannes Film Festival Predictions: Francois Ozon’s Just 17

#36. Francois Ozon’s Just 17

Gist: For his fourteenth feature, Ozon has chosen to film from a closed set with a media blackout pertaining to the plot, only divulging that the film centers on a teenage girl’s sexuality. Also, the film will be structured in four seasons and four songs, which makes this project sound like a mix of Ozon’s 5X2 and 8 Women a la Catherine Breillat.

Prediction: It’s surprising to note that the Ozon has only competed once in the Main Competition, in 2003 for Swimming Pool. Charlotte Rampling returns to work with Ozon once again (she last worked with him in 2007’s Angel) as part of the supporting cast in this latest feature. Despite a domestic August release, we’re predicting Directors’ Fortnight for Just 17 (though he hasn’t premiered at Cannes since 2005 with Time to Leave, as he seems to prefer Venice, Toronto, and even Berlin
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François Ozon

François Ozon's new film, In the House, looks set to be his international breakthrough. But has the erstwhile enfant terrible fallen for the bourgeois values he once satirised?

François Ozon has been knocking out roughly a film a year since the late 1990s: some camp and frivolous (Sitcom, Potiche), others intense (5x2, Time to Leave), each one zesty and provocative. Occasionally he will make something truly exceptional: Under the Sand, starring Charlotte Rampling as a woman falling apart after the disappearance of her husband, was rightly considered a masterpiece by the late Ingmar Bergman.

But though Ozon has had commercial success in France, he is still chasing the sort of career-changing international breakthrough on a par with, say, Pedro Almodóvar's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown or Michael Haneke's Hidden. If there is any justice, his new film In the House will change that. It's a witty,
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François Ozon interview about In The House

He emerges from the snow flurries and the hubbub of the Paris traffic for our rendez-vous in the Grand Hotel swathed in a designer scarf, wound around his neck several times and finally flung theatrically over his shoulder. In The House (Dans La Maison) director François Ozon, 45, promptly orders a tea with honey for his sore throat and settles back in a capacious settee. He once tried to be an actor but found it did not suit his demons. He retired behind the camera instead.

His latest film combines the more mainstream comedy-drama of his biggest hits, 8 Women and Potiche with the sensibility of his smaller, more cerebral offerings, such as Time To Leave, The Refuge and Swimming Pool, which also dealt with a writer and the person whose life they transform, leading to a blurring of fact and fiction.

In The House stars Fabrice...
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Mark Kermode's DVD round-up

Le Quattro Volte; The Beaver; Potiche; Bobby Fischer Against the World

The greatest problem with Le Quattro Volte (2010, New Wave, U) is figuring out how to describe it in a manner that doesn't sound either fantastically off-putting, unbearably pretentious or just plain boring. Calling it a "near-silent Italian goat farming film", for example, clearly does director Michelangelo Frammartino's extraordinary vision few favours, as does highlighting its central concern with archaic methods of charcoal production in Calabria that have been passed down from generation to generation. Labelling it a "meditation on life, the universe and everything" is even worse (this has nothing in common with Malick's Tree of Life), particularly when one adds to the mix an underlying thesis about the transmigration of souls. One sublimely comic scene – involving a dog, a van and a piece of wood – could be compared to those allegedly "unstaged" clips from You've Been Framed,
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HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 10 Pairs of Chicago Anytime Passes to ‘Potiche’ With Gérard Depardieu

Chicago – In our latest French comedy edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 10 admit-two run-of-engagement movie passes up for grabs to the new film “Potiche” with Gérard Depardieu and Catherine Deneuve!

Potiche” also stars Jérémie Renier, Judith Godrèche, Karin Viard, Fabrice Luchini, Sergi López, Évelyne Dandry, Bruno Lochet, Elodie Frégé, Gautier About, Jean-Baptiste Shelmerdine, Noam Charlier, Martin De Myttenaere and Yannick Schmitz from writer and director François Ozon.

The film has been nominated for four Césars (France’s equivalent of the Oscars): best actress (Catherine Deneuve), best supporting actress (Karin Viard), best adapted screenplay (François Ozon) and best costume design. The film is also an official selection at the 2010 Venice Film Festival and the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.

To win your free pass to a Chicago showing of “Potiche” from Music Box Films courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, just answer our question below. That’s it! Directions to enter
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