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2010. 58th Edition
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Countdown to Zero
Lucy Walker
USA 
During the Cold War, nothing loomed as large in the public mind as ?The Bomb?. When the Soviet Empire collapsed, the bomb became a symbol of another era. Naively we felt the danger had passed. In recent years, the threat of nuclear proliferation has grown more urgent, and the political will to eliminate nuclear weapons is greater that ever in our history. Countdown to Zero is a...
During the Cold War, nothing loomed as large in the public mind as ?The Bomb?. When the Soviet Empire collapsed, the bomb became a symbol of another era. Naively we felt the danger had passed. In recent years, the threat of nuclear proliferation has grown more urgent, and the political will to eliminate nuclear weapons is greater that ever in our history. Countdown to Zero is a fascinating and frightening exploration of the dangers of nuclear weapons, exposing a variety of present day threats and featuring insights from a host of international experts and world leaders who advocate total global disarmament.
Guest
José Luis Guerin
Spain 
While promoting one of his films at different festivals across the world, its director wanders the streets with a small camera looking for an idea or a character for his next work. Conceived as a travel diary, Guest features the entries made by the filmmaker. Beneath the apparently chance interweaving between the different notes beats a film; the situation, the conflict, the ch...
While promoting one of his films at different festivals across the world, its director wanders the streets with a small camera looking for an idea or a character for his next work. Conceived as a travel diary, Guest features the entries made by the filmmaker. Beneath the apparently chance interweaving between the different notes beats a film; the situation, the conflict, the character who should develop it. ?The observed? is expressed as the first, essential and inexhaustible stage of cinema.
La noche que no acaba / All the Night Long
Isaki Lacuesta
Spain 
Like so many other actors, Ava Gardner hated to watch her films. She said that the woman on the screen wasn't her. But all films tell two stories: the plot and the tale of the bodies filmed. This film narrates what happened between two images: a close-up from Pandora and a close-up from Harem, the first and last movie filmed by the actress in Spain. Ava must certainly have thou...
Like so many other actors, Ava Gardner hated to watch her films. She said that the woman on the screen wasn't her. But all films tell two stories: the plot and the tale of the bodies filmed. This film narrates what happened between two images: a close-up from Pandora and a close-up from Harem, the first and last movie filmed by the actress in Spain. Ava must certainly have thought that neither of these two women had anything in common with herself.
Yves Saint Laurent, l’amour fou / L’Amour Fou
Pierre Thoretton
France 
"Yves Saint Laurent has left us," reads the June 1st 2008 newspaper headline. Pierre Bergé faces the cameras and answers questions about the great couturier who just passed away. More than anything else, this great man was his life's companion. Together, through their demanding rigour and passion, they somewhat changed the world. Our world, the everyday world, where women wear...
"Yves Saint Laurent has left us," reads the June 1st 2008 newspaper headline. Pierre Bergé faces the cameras and answers questions about the great couturier who just passed away. More than anything else, this great man was his life's companion. Together, through their demanding rigour and passion, they somewhat changed the world. Our world, the everyday world, where women wear safari jackets and pants, finally affordable for everyone, with the creation of Rive Gauche. Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent: one created an empire, the other liberated women. And during a period of forty years, these two men built a one of a kind art collection. On February 23rd, 24th, and 25th 2009, this exceptional collection was auctioned at the Grand Palais. The Auction of their collection will be the common thread used to recount the intense and wild story of the love and life shared by these two uncommon men, Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent.
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