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Selection of new films for your consideration - fresh from the festival circuit

Ready for the festival Circuit: Foxed, Revolution, Ensemble, Ryan's Renaissance...

 

SHORT FILMS

Foxed

FOXED! – the animated 3D short by Toronto-based director James Stewart – continues to roll out across the USA with festival screenings from coast to coast. 4' 37  Film details.

After picking Best Animation awards at Yorkton, San Antonio, FirstGlance Philadelphia and 4 Maverick Movie Awards nominations this month, FOXED! continues its fall run of over 40 Film Festivals at the US festivals in New Orleans, Las Vegas, Hawaii , BendFilm and St Louis.

FOXED! is co-directed and produced by digital 3D filmmaking pioneer James Stewart whose credits include the 3D work for Werner Herzog’s acclaimed Cave of Forgotten Dreams. As the head of Toronto-based Geneva Film Co., one of the most active 3-D film companies globally, Stewart is one of the world’s foremost experts on the subject. His short film FOXED! – continuing its Oscar qualifying run - is currently being developed into a full-length feature film by Geneva Film Co.

FOXED! The trailer :  http://goo.gl/WwfL36
More on Foxed 
Contact: james@genevafilmco.com

 

Le coup sain d'Elsa - Pillow Talk (8 minutes) 2013 comedy - France by Ambroise Becchio

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Film Information http://www.filmfestivals.com/film/le_coup_sain_delsa

Elsa loves Christian, a financial trader who considers her like another sexual target. She wants to move their relationship to another step. Music! 
Best Music 48 Hour Film Project Paris 2012
Watch the short here

http://www.prodeine.com/work/coupsaindelsa.html
Contact: abecchio@prodeine.com

 

Ensemble (17 minutes) by Mohamed Fekrane A true story

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Film Information http://www.filmfestivals.com/film/ensemble 
Paris, 1942,  Isaac a Jewish child, escapes the Nazis, he finds refuge in the Mosquée of Paris where Ahmed, (Si Kaddour Benghabrit 1830 -1962) the Imam in charge, takes him under his protection. Ahmed then started to save as many children as he could, preventing them from a certain death… Until he was arrested…

A poignant story based on true events, though it is still impossible to evaluate the exact number of lives saved through these extraordinary acts of bravery, the estimates range between 600 and 1500. Winner Cannes Short Film Corner Banlieuz'Art, Houston WorldFest 2013, Amal...

http://filmensemble.wordpress.com/

Contact: bruno@filmfestivals.com

 

FEATURE FILMS

Revolution, Canada. 85 minutes - 2012, Documentary, by Rob Stewart produced by Gus van Sant
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Film information http://www.filmfestivals.com/film/revolution_film_details

Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed Sharkwater documentary (who got him 36 festival Awards) continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger – it's humanity itself.
Check the Great Reviews and the Awards gathered so far

http://therevolutionmovie.com/synopsis/ 
http://www.filmfestivals.com/blog/revolution
Contact: bruno@filmfestivals.com

Ryan's Renaissance Documentary. Completed. 2012.  Nicola Zavaglia, Laurie Gordon


Film Information  
Ryan’s Renaissance chronicles an improbable human journey, friendship, and what transpires after Oscar nominated Ryan Larkin (Walking) becomes the world’s most famous panhandler after the film “Ryanby  Chris Landreth wins an Academy Award.

It begins when Ryan, still living at a homeless shelter and Laurie Gordon, a Montreal musician asks Ryan to “draw a few pictures” for her band’s video which  serendipitously becomes Spare Change, Ryan’s first animation film in 35 years.  We follow this  quirky duo’s utopian attempt to get their film off the ground. Ryan’s generous unconcern for the  camera eye allows us to witness unbearable moments of human pain, hilarious events, and  gripping insight into creativity, vision, and a yearning for a place to call home.

http://musivision.ca
Contact Laurie Gordon info@musivision.ca

Behind Closed Doors, (Derrière Les Portes Fermées), 102 minutes, Morocco by Mohammed Ben Souda

Film Information http://www.filmfestivals.com/fr/film/behind_closed_doors

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The struggle of a woman victim of sexual harassment from her boss at her work place in contemporary Moroccan society. The film, openly militant for the rights of Moroccan women, describes her fight and her victory. Winner Remi Award Houston WorldFest 2013

http://www.behindcloseddoors-themovie.com  
contact bruno@filmfestivals.com

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