Film director – Mondovino Le Film http://mondovino-lefilm.com/ Fri, 13 May 2022 19:49:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/lefilm-150x150.png Film director – Mondovino Le Film http://mondovino-lefilm.com/ 32 32 Record Number of Bachelor Degrees to be Conferred at 62nd SBU Launch | https://mondovino-lefilm.com/record-number-of-bachelor-degrees-to-be-conferred-at-62nd-sbu-launch/ Fri, 13 May 2022 19:18:41 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/record-number-of-bachelor-degrees-to-be-conferred-at-62nd-sbu-launch/ More than 7,600 degrees will be awarded at Stony Brook University’s 62nd Annual Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 20, at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The ceremony begins at 11 a.m. The university will confer a record number of bachelor’s degrees – 4,670 – among the 7,610 degrees presented in total, breaking the record of 4,645, […]]]>

More than 7,600 degrees will be awarded at Stony Brook University’s 62nd Annual Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 20, at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The ceremony begins at 11 a.m.

The university will confer a record number of bachelor’s degrees – 4,670 – among the 7,610 degrees presented in total, breaking the record of 4,645, set last year. There will also be 2,095 master’s degrees, 585 doctoral and professional degrees, and 260 certificates awarded at the ceremony.

Kick-off celebrations will also include 43 individual departmental convocation ceremonies at various locations on campus, from Wednesday, May 18 through Friday, May 20.

See the full convening schedule, event day information, and frequently asked questions on the Commencement website.

Get tickets here.

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Ahmad Syed will be the student speaker at the main opening ceremony.

Stony Brook University President Maurie McInnis will address graduates at her second in-person commencement ceremony at LaValle Stadium, and her first with the entire graduating class gathered at the same ceremony. Christopher Jean ’22, Vice President of Student Life for Undergraduate Student Government, will present the Class Legacy Gift for the Class of 2022.

Biology major Ahmad Syed will address his fellow graduates as a student speaker. Syed is the second person in his family to be the student speaker at the start of Stony Brook, as his brother, Ali, gave that speech eight years ago.

A native of Port Jefferson, Syed served on the Dean’s Student Advisory Council for the College of Arts and Sciences and was received the Louise Guarneri scholarship. During his undergraduate studies, he pursued his passion for science as a research assistant in the Department of Chemistry, and also volunteered many hours at Stony Brook University Hospital, information about patient care.

Syed plans to pursue a degree in medical sciences, with a particular interest in the field of ophthalmology, with a view to becoming a doctor and working in underserved areas.

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Director Todd Haynes

Director Todd Haynes, one of the world’s top independent filmmakers, will receive an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts and also address graduates. Haynes, who has had a long-standing, award-winning professional partnership with producer and art director Stony Brook MFA in Film Christine Vachon, is arevolutionary independent filmmaker whose his award-winning career spans four decades and seven feature films.

Considered the most prominent gay directorial voice in American cinema, Haynes receives the diploma for all he has done for the arts, the LGBTQ community and the students of Stony Brook University. His first feature film, Poison, released in 1991, won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2015, Carolwith Cate Blanchett, was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar.

Ceremony attendees are encouraged to text celebratory photos to (864) 734-4275; images will be presented during the
ceremony at the stadium (messaging and data charges may apply). Photos can also be shared on Instagram and Twitter using #SBUGrad.

Catch the live stream of the main launch event at stonybrook.edu/live

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Mahesh Babu, Keerthy Suresh Sarkaru Vaari Paata Film Launch Live News, Where To Watch, Trailer, Release Date & Time, Movie Review, Online HD Download Here https://mondovino-lefilm.com/mahesh-babu-keerthy-suresh-sarkaru-vaari-paata-film-launch-live-news-where-to-watch-trailer-release-date-time-movie-review-online-hd-download-here/ Thu, 12 May 2022 04:00:39 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/mahesh-babu-keerthy-suresh-sarkaru-vaari-paata-film-launch-live-news-where-to-watch-trailer-release-date-time-movie-review-online-hd-download-here/ Mahesh Babouof the highly anticipated Sarkaru Vaari Paata in theaters. The film marks Mahesh’s first collaboration with director Parasuram. Sarkaru Vaari Paata also marks the actor’s first film starring Keerthy Suresh. Praising his co-star, Mahesh said Keerthy’s performance was “amazing” in the film. In an interview, Mahesh called himself a fan of Geetha Govindam from […]]]>

Mahesh Babouof the highly anticipated Sarkaru Vaari Paata in theaters. The film marks Mahesh’s first collaboration with director Parasuram. Sarkaru Vaari Paata also marks the actor’s first film starring Keerthy Suresh. Praising his co-star, Mahesh said Keerthy’s performance was “amazing” in the film.

In an interview, Mahesh called himself a fan of Geetha Govindam from Parasuram. However, he said he did not immediately agree to do Sarkaru Vaari Paata. “I didn’t immediately say yes. After three months, I asked him to tell the script again. At that time, he developed it further. I really liked that about him. His ambition to make a film with me was so strong that he was still working on the idea. He told it for over an hour. The script was awesome. I told him he had to give me a blockbuster and informed him that I’m on board.

Talking about his character, Mahesh Babu said his role in Sarkaru Vaari Paata will have Pokiri undertones. 2006 director Puri Jagannadh is one of Mahesh’s biggest hits. “We can find shades of Pokiri in SVP. There was a sense of mass and euphoria in the theater for Pokiri. I had the opportunity to play such an energetic character again in Sarkaru Vaari Paata,” he said.

Parasuram also expressed how much Mahesh loved his character as much as the story. “The film is complete commercial entertainment. The presentation of Mahesh in the film is fresh,” the director said.

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Love and Thunder director admits film is ‘Cringey’ on paper https://mondovino-lefilm.com/love-and-thunder-director-admits-film-is-cringey-on-paper/ Mon, 09 May 2022 19:34:01 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/love-and-thunder-director-admits-film-is-cringey-on-paper/ After breaking records for the shortest time before the film’s release, Thor: Love and Thunder The trailer has arrived and fans are already on the edge of their seats. The good news for these fans is that since the movie is two months away, the interviews and press tours are already starting to heat up. […]]]>

After breaking records for the shortest time before the film’s release, Thor: Love and Thunder The trailer has arrived and fans are already on the edge of their seats. The good news for these fans is that since the movie is two months away, the interviews and press tours are already starting to heat up. After a reconstruction of a third film of the Thor franchise, it’s clear that the MCU and fans just can’t get enough of Taika Waititi.

However, Waititi may have the biggest tonal challenge of his career ahead of him in fourth Thor solo movie. The character of Chris Hemsworth has undergone an evolution within his trilogy and the stories told in The Avengers story in four parts. But now the next Marvel movie is reincorporating a genre that the Thor the movies haven’t touched since its second installment: romance.

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Therefore, Waititi now has a new challenge: to take a story and concept that leans more towards romance and relationships and present it in a way that still gives MCU fans a happy, popcorn-filled adventure. With that romantic element revived in the mix, the Thor the director wants to make sure the film avoids one thing: being too grumpy.

Make Thor Cool Again

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In a recent interview with Empire, Thor: Love and Thunder writer-director Taika Waititi said the sequel is “a fantastic movie” two months before its worldwide release. Waititi pointed out that he was proud of the tone of the final cut:

“It’s a fantastic film…I don’t try to control my films, or how they turn out…I kind of let them appear to me. And with this movie, I’m like, ‘Hey, you’re a little cooler than I originally hoped to be.’ Tonally, this is where I always wanted it.

Waititi talks about the challenge of taking a story that “on paper… it’s a bit cringeworthy” and deliver it in a way that takes away that sting. It’s a challenge that Waititi is happy to take on and cites its resources from “cool characters” as a resource that allows:

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“I wanted to embrace this thing that I’ve always been a bit dismissive of, and explore this idea of ​​love, and show characters who believe in love… On paper, it seems a bit grumpy to me, but there’s a way to do that with cool characters making a cool movie, and also having one thing that no fan ever wants in a superhero movie, which is people talking about love and kissing characters.

He explains that people might be surprised if they believe it’s just a love story between Thors:

“I think most people will assume the romance is between Chris and Natalie…I can’t promise that what people think is going to happen in this movie will happen.”

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It’s no secret that the decision to bring Taika Waititi into Thor franchise was to bring newfound life and energy to the character. After Thor and Thor: The Dark World, fans began labeling the Asgardian corner of the MCU as the cardinal sin of blockbuster cinema: boring. Hemsworth was loved as Thor, and there are moments in every movie that fans have called underrated to this day. But comparing the dark, Shakespearean tones of Thor: The Dark World with the colored energy of Thor: Ragnarok is to compare a piece of coal to a diamond.

Coal had all the elements that make diamond shine. But sadly, the IP’s cosmic worlds and magical execution lacked the polished nature of the script to make it shine. Nonetheless, Waititi was able to find the franchise’s most cosmic elements and take them to 11.

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This covers the aesthetic level of the glow for Thor, but it’s more than that. By Ragnarok and continue in Infinity War and End of Game, the emotional journey of the former king of Asgard was a highlight of the reconstruction. And while the tone and mood of Ragnarok feel like a different franchise, it expertly capitalized on plot points presented ahead of its time. The relationship between Thor and Loki, the trials of pride for Thor, and the expansion of the cosmic side of the MCU were all present in the first three films.

Waititi is looking to bring back even more MCU Thor themes for love and thunder. People forget that 2011 Thor is the closest Marvel Studios has come to a proper rom-com at the end of the day. Very few films in this universe place as much emphasis on the romantic relationship in film as Thor possesses. So the idea of ​​Waititi bringing back the rom-com side of the character with more depth than just a reunion for Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman is a great swing approach for a top swing director.

This isn’t the first time Marvel Studios has taken a turn of this nature in Phase 4. Wanda Vision was an attempt to parody television history. Loki is a series of time-traveling criminal adventures across the multiverse. And Spider-Man: No Coming Home is an attempt to bring satisfaction to 20 years of moviegoers. And they all seem to be widely loved.

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Waititi’s comments on this film being “cringey on paper” would worry fans if a lesser studio took on it. But Marvel Studios has proven it’s ready to give its directors the ability to dance around and create something special. That kind of confidence led to the wacky, groundbreaking success of Thor: Ragnarok in the first place.

The challenge therefore rests on Waititi’s shoulders to take a “squeaky” concept and present it in a way that gets the fans on their feet. Few directors in the industry would justify that kind of trust, and Taika Waititi is one of them.

Thor: Love and Thunder hits theaters on July 8 and will apparently give equal weight to both sides of the subtitle.

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John Wick director Chad Stahelski to helm Kaiju Nemesis TV series project https://mondovino-lefilm.com/john-wick-director-chad-stahelski-to-helm-kaiju-nemesis-tv-series-project/ Sun, 08 May 2022 01:18:00 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/john-wick-director-chad-stahelski-to-helm-kaiju-nemesis-tv-series-project/ Stahelski is in high demand, and it’s yet another perfect project for the talented action director. He directs the next “Classified” for New Line, “Shibumi” for Warner Bros. and “Ghost of Tsushima” for Sony – and let’s not forget that “John Wick 4” is still on the way with a March 2023 release date. My […]]]>

Stahelski is in high demand, and it’s yet another perfect project for the talented action director. He directs the next “Classified” for New Line, “Shibumi” for Warner Bros. and “Ghost of Tsushima” for Sony – and let’s not forget that “John Wick 4” is still on the way with a March 2023 release date. My god, man!

Here’s the official synopsis for the novel, which gives people a pretty good idea of ​​the potential plot of the TV series:

Jon Hudson, lead investigator at the Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center-P, thinks his job is a joke. While other fusion centers focus on countering terrorist activity, Hudson’s division is tasked with handling paranormal threats to national security, none of which occurred during his years at DHS. When another sighting of Sasquatch leads to a research facility disguised as an abandoned Nike missile site in the woods of Maine, Hudson’s job gets deadly serious.

Hudson and local sheriff, Ashley Collins, suddenly find themselves on the run from a ruthless ex-Special Forces security team, but the human threat is short-lived as something very unhuman destroys the facility and heads towards the civilization, leaving only one clue behind – a name scribbled in blood: Nemesis. Together with his Fusion Center-P team, Sheriff Collins and a surly helicopter pilot named Woodstock, Hudson pursues the creature known as Nemesis, attempts to uncover the corporate secrets behind its creation and accidental release. , and tries to figure out why several clues lead to a murdered little girl named Maigo.

But as the body count explodes, along with the monster’s size, it quickly becomes clear that nothing less than a full military response can slow Nemesis’ progress. In coordination with all branches of the U.S. military, Hudson simultaneously searches for clues to Nemesis’ origins and motivations, and leads the counterattack that will hopefully stop the monster before it reaches Boston and its million inhabitants.

A vengeful kaiju born of a Greek goddess and a murdered little girl? An X-Files-style homeland security division focused on paranormal threats? A helicopter pilot with the same name as a little yellow bird? Sign me up, baby. With Stahelski’s action chops, this could be a really cool series.

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Raimi returns to the director’s chair with ‘Doctor Strange’ sequel – The Oakland Press https://mondovino-lefilm.com/raimi-returns-to-the-directors-chair-with-doctor-strange-sequel-the-oakland-press/ Fri, 06 May 2022 10:32:08 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/raimi-returns-to-the-directors-chair-with-doctor-strange-sequel-the-oakland-press/ It was a full circle moment for Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to work with Royal Oak native Sam Raimi again on “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which hit theaters Friday. “It’s surreal,” described Feige, who was an associate producer on 2002’s “Spider-Man,” which Raimi directed. “I was a young producer who felt […]]]>

It was a full circle moment for Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to work with Royal Oak native Sam Raimi again on “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which hit theaters Friday.

“It’s surreal,” described Feige, who was an associate producer on 2002’s “Spider-Man,” which Raimi directed. “I was a young producer who felt lucky to be in the same room as him. Now I’m a former producer who feels lucky to be in the same room as him.

“When (Feige) announced that he wanted to bring a bit of a horror element to (‘Multiverse’), it was interesting to me. Horror and suspense have always been fun aspects of cinema for One of the reasons I’m interested in Dr. Strange as a character is because he’s a magician… A superhero who’s an illusionist and a magician is particularly interesting,” explained Raimi, a Groves High School and Michigan State University alumnus who now lives in Los Angeles.

Feige and Raimi took part in a virtual press conference for the film on May 1 with Benedict Cumberbatch (Dr. Strange), Benedict Wong (Wong), Elizabeth Olsen (The Scarlet Witch), Xochitl Gomez (America Chavez) and screenwriter Michael Waldron. “Multiverse” is the 28th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a sequel to 2016’s “Doctor Strange.”

This image released by Marvel Studios shows Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in a scene from “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” (Marvel Studios via AP)

Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko (who also created Spider-Man), Strange made his debut in Marvel’s “Strange Tales” #110 in 1963. A brilliant but arrogant surgeon, Stephen Strange was seriously injured in a car accident. car, unable to perform surgery. again. Eventually, Strange seeks out the Elder, a powerful mage, to heal him. Instead, Strange becomes his student, learning magic. Redeeming himself, he eventually becomes Sorcerer Supreme, protecting the Earth from supernatural threats.

“Multiverse” comes after 2021’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” where Strange and three incarnations of Spider-Man (current Spidey Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield) battled to save reality as villains from other realities were invading theirs. Events of the 2021 miniseries “WandaVision” and “What If?” (where Cumberbatch voiced Strange) also stars in “Multiverse.”

In “Multiverse”, a malevolent entity targets Chavez, who possesses the power to travel from reality to reality. Strange must save her, coming face to face with alternate versions of himself. He also encounters a secret cabal of superheroes called the Illuminati (no spoilers here).

“They’re great actors, and they know what it’s like to be a human being; they have a vast array of experiences that they aren’t afraid to incorporate into their performances,” Raimi said. “They also know their characters very well. (Cumberbatch, Olsen, and Wong) have played their characters for so many years now, (in) so many important Marvel movies. It’s great to see this knowledge of their characters that they had in this movie because (they’re in) the multiverse… which is basically a mirror.

This image released by Marvel Studios shows Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in a scene from “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” (Marvel Studios via AP)

“They encounter altered versions of themselves. These actors are so good that they know they only have to change the slightest aspect of their character’s personality to create an interesting conflict with their altered selves.

Cumberbatch agreed.

“Sam alluded to it – it’s the humanity that keeps people coming back for more. I think we see that in this movie,” he added.

“Multiverse” is Raimi’s first film since 2013’s “Oz: The Great and Powerful,” which was filmed in Pontiac and served as the prequel to 1939’s seminal “The Wizard of Oz.” years as a producer, including the horror films “Don’t Breathe”.

The fourth of five children, Raimi grew up making Super 8 films with his friend Bruce Campbell, who would go on to become an actor in his own right. Raimi made his mark with 1981’s “The Evil Dead,” the low-budget horror film he wrote and directed, which starred Campbell. The majority was filmed in Michigan. Not only did it launch Raimi’s career, but it also became a successful media franchise. “The Evil Dead” has been hailed by critics as one of the most important cult films, as well as one of the greatest horror films of all time and one of the most successful independent films. .

Raimi directed “Spider-Man” with Maguire as the titular hero. Critically acclaimed, it was the first superhero movie to gross $100 million for its opening weekend alone. Its total box office gross was $825 million. Raimi directed “Spider-Man 2” in 2004 and “Spider-Man 3” in 2007. Collectively, the trilogy grossed $2.5 billion worldwide. He’s considered the godfather of modern superhero film, a title he isn’t entirely comfortable with as he mumbled “Oh, my God” when it was mentioned during the junket.

“I was very lucky to get that directing job,” Raimi said. “I love Spider-Man.”

He talked about how far filmmaking has come since shooting “The Evil Dead” on a shoestring budget when he was a student and aspiring filmmaker, as well as his decade-long absence from the director’s chair.

“Technology has changed, and it’s become a lot easier,” he explained. “Above all, the technological difference that really allowed me to work more efficiently on this film was Zoom, the modern telecommunications system. I could talk to dozens of crew members at once. We could show an artist’s storyboard, the editor can (show) a piece of the cut – we really had great communication, audio and visual. You can talk to 100 people at once, that’s fantastic.

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Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Hand of God” wins first prizes at Davids https://mondovino-lefilm.com/paolo-sorrentinos-the-hand-of-god-wins-first-prizes-at-davids/ Tue, 03 May 2022 23:14:00 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/paolo-sorrentinos-the-hand-of-god-wins-first-prizes-at-davids/ Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-nominated autobiographical drama ‘The Hand of God’ took top honors at the 67th Annual David di Donatello Awards in Italy, winning Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actress and tied for Best cinematographic statuette. Sorrentino’s Naples film about the personal tragedy and other vicissitudes that drove him to become a top-notch director had been the […]]]>

Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-nominated autobiographical drama ‘The Hand of God’ took top honors at the 67th Annual David di Donatello Awards in Italy, winning Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actress and tied for Best cinematographic statuette.

Sorrentino’s Naples film about the personal tragedy and other vicissitudes that drove him to become a top-notch director had been the favorite along with young director Gabriele Mainetti’s second feature, the elegant historical fantasy laden with “Freaks Out” effects.

“Freaks Out” won six awards, including for its producer, Andrea Occhipinti, as well as for director of photography, set design and effects.

The cinematography award, which was tied, was split between Daria D’Antonio, DP “Hand of God,” marking the first time this David has gone female, and Michele Attanasio for “Freaks Out.”

The Davids took place in an all-in-person ceremony at Rome’s Cinecittà studios, just as the famed facilities are undergoing a sweeping renewal implemented by former Sky and Warner Bros. executive Nicola Maccanico.

Italian Culture Minister Enrico Franceschini took the stage at the start of the ceremony to reaffirm the Italian government’s support for the local film industry, shortly after announcing plans to widen the window between the date of a movie’s theatrical release and when it can drop locally on a streaming platform. The Minister’s as-yet-unspecified widening of the cinema window is being driven by local producers and distributors who have sounded the alarm over their fight to bring audiences back to cinemas.

Ahead of the Davids ceremony, film critic Piera Detassis – who is the first woman to lead the Italian equivalent of the Oscars – pointed out that, unfortunately, this year no women are represented in the Best Picture and Best Picture categories. best director. But she also accentuated the positive, in terms of achieving a better gender balance, noting the fact that most of the best actress nominees had never been in the running for an acting David before.

Significantly, the Best Actress statuette went to 17-year-old Swamy Rotolo for her radiant role as the titular character in Jonas Carpignano’s “A Chiara,” a teenage girl who gradually discovers that her close-knit family has links to organized crime.

A visibly emotional Rotolo, in her second role in ‘A Chiara’ after her more minor turn in Carpignano’s ‘A Ciambra’, profusely thanked the New York-born director who now calls the Calabrian town of Gioia Tauro home, where Rotolo is also from and his films are set.

The Best Actor award went to veteran Silvio Orlando – who is best known internationally as Cardinal Voiello in Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Young Pope” TV series – for his role as an incarcerated mob boss who develops a close relationship with the prison guard in Leonardo di Costanzo. slow-burn prison drama “Ariaferma” (The Inner Cage) which also won the David for Best Screenplay.

First director honors went to Laura Samani’s magical drama “Small Body,” about a woman in rural northeast Italy trying to save the soul of her stillborn baby in 1900.

Giuseppe Tornatore’s Ennio Morricone doc “Ennio” won the David for best documentary and also won the David for editing shared by co-editors Annalisa Schillaci and Massimo Quaglia. ‘Ennio’, which also won the David for Best Sound Design, is a rare case of an Italian film that did well at the local box office.

Tribute was paid to the memory of the late Monica Vitti, muse of Michelangelo Antonioni and star of his “The Adventure”. Vitti died in February at age 90.

The prize for best foreign film went to “Belfast”, by Kenneth Branagh. The film’s 11-year-old star Jude Hill picked up the statuette and thanked David voters on Branagh’s behalf.

The David di Donatello Lifetime Achievement Award went to stage and film star Giovanna Ralli, 87, who embodies the greatness of Cinema Italiano, having worked with maestros such as Vittorio De Sica and Roberto Rossellini and alongside Marcello Mastroianni and Stefania Sandrelli, to name a few. Significantly, Ralli, who is still active, stars in actor Jasmine Trinca’s debut film “Marcel!” which will premiere at Cannes.

Here is the full list of 2022 David Awards winners:

PICTURE
“The Hand of God”, Paolo Sorrentino

DIRECTOR
“The Hand of God”, Paolo Sorrentino

FIRST DIRECTOR
“Little body”, Laura Samani

PRODUCER
“Freaks Out”, Andrea Occhipinti, Stefano Massenzi, Mattia Guerra (Lucky Red) – Gabriele Mainetti (Goon Films) – RAI Cinema

ACTRESS
Swamy Rotolo, “A Chiara”

ACTOR
Silvio Orlando, “Ariaferma” (The Inner Cage)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Teresa Saponangelo, “The Hand of God”

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Eduardo Scarpetta, “Qui Rido Io” (The King of Laughter)

SCRIPT

Leonardo di Costanzo, Bruno Oliviero, Valia Santella “Ariaferma” (The inner cage)

Best Adapted Screenplay

Monica Zappelli, Donatella Di Pietrantonio “L’Arminauta”

CINEMATOGRAPHY — Tie
Daria D’Antonio, “The Hand of God”
Michele D’Attanasio, “Freaks Out”

EDITING
Massimo Quaglia, Annalisa Schillaci, “Ennio”

DOCUMENTARY
“Ennio”, Giuseppe Tornatore

SCORE
Nicola Piovani, “I fratelli De Filippo”

ORIGINAL SONG
“La Profondità degli abissi”, Manuel Agnelli – “Diabolik”

MANUFACTURING DESIGN
Massimiliano Sturiale, Ilaria Fallacara – “Freaks Out”

COSTUME DESIGN
Ursula Patzak, “Qui Rido Io” (The King of Laughter)

MAKEUP ARTIST
Diego Prestopino, Emanuele DeLuca, Davide DeLuca, “Freaks Out”

HAIRDRESSER ARTIST
Marco Perna, “Freaks Out”

HIS
Gilberto Martinelli, Fabio Venturi, Gianni Pallotto — “Ennio”

DIGITAL EFFECTS
Stefano Leoni, “Freaks Out”

AUDIENCE AWARD
“Me against you”, Gianluca Leuzzi

BEST SHORT

“Maestrale”, Nico Bonomolo

BEST FOREIGN FILM
Belfast, Kenneth Branagh

DAVID CAREER
Giovanna Ralli

SPECIAL DAVID
Sabrina Ferilli

SPECIAL DAVID
Antonio Capuano

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Gopichand Gets Injured During Filming, Director Sriwass Shares Update https://mondovino-lefilm.com/gopichand-gets-injured-during-filming-director-sriwass-shares-update/ Mon, 02 May 2022 06:57:59 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/gopichand-gets-injured-during-filming-director-sriwass-shares-update/ Actor Gopichand injured himself on the sets of his new movie in Mysore while filming an action sequence. The actor was last seen in the Telugu sports drama Seetimaarr, in which he played the coach of a female Kabaddi team. Actor Gopichand suffered a minor injury while filming an action sequence for his yet untitled […]]]>

Actor Gopichand injured himself on the sets of his new movie in Mysore while filming an action sequence. The actor was last seen in the Telugu sports drama Seetimaarr, in which he played the coach of a female Kabaddi team.

Actor Gopichand suffered a minor injury while filming an action sequence for his yet untitled upcoming Telugu movie. According to director Sriwass’ statement, Gopichand’s leg slipped while filming a scene. He also asked his fans and friends not to worry about Gopichand as he is fine. Read also : Happy Birthday Gopichand: Raashi Khanna and director Sampath Nandi join fans in wishing Seeti Maar actor

The statement read, “While filming in Mysore, unfortunately our hero @YoursGopichand just fell due to a slipped leg. By the grace of God, nothing happened to him and he is doing great. I ask the fans and friends not to worry about this incident (sic).”

The project was announced in July 2021. Slated to be a family artist, the film is produced by TG Viswa Prasad under the People Media Factory banner. The shooting of the film is progressing rapidly in Mysore.

This is the third time that Gopichand and Sriwass have collaborated on a project. The as yet untitled film also stars Khushbhu Sundar in a key role. The creators have yet to reveal the rest of the cast and crew. Gopichand was last seen in the Telugu sports drama Seetimaarr, in which he played the coach of a female Kabaddi team. He made his acting debut in a lead role with the Telugu film Tholi Valapu. He then played negative roles in films such as Jayam, Nijam and Varsham.

In 2004, Gopichand returned to play a lead role in Yagnam. Some of his other popular films include Andhrudu, Souryam, Lakshyam, Golimaar and Saahasam.

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Best Action Movie Directors, Ranked https://mondovino-lefilm.com/best-action-movie-directors-ranked/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/best-action-movie-directors-ranked/ Action films have not always been viewed with the same respect as other genres, such as drama and period films, and have often been dismissed as low films. However, there have been some great action movies that deserve credit for their ability to incorporate deep, complex stories amidst all the excitement and fun that comes […]]]>

Action films have not always been viewed with the same respect as other genres, such as drama and period films, and have often been dismissed as low films. However, there have been some great action movies that deserve credit for their ability to incorporate deep, complex stories amidst all the excitement and fun that comes with the genre. The fact that action movies have been around for, according to Priceonomics, around 80 years is a testament to the popularity and longevity of the action genre. Time Out released a list of 101 of the best action movies ever made, further testifying to the popularity of the genre.

In order to make a great action movie and not feel overproduced, a lot of decisions have to be made by the director. The craft that goes into filmmaking involves many big decisions and a skill as a director that few can master. In fact, some of the greatest directors in movie history were or are action movie directors. From James Cameron to Akira Kurosawa, here are the best of them.

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7 james cameron

james cameron is one of the best-known and most successful directors in history, having made huge blockbusters like Titanic and Avatar; however, Cameron has definitely made a name for himself as a master of the action genre. Cameron made epic action movies like aliens, Terminator 2 and real lies, all of which became huge hits and developed a strong cult following. Cameron’s style is unmistakable, and he’s particularly famous for his use of special effects that were unlike anything else when his films were first released. Even now, with the broadcast of the first images of Avatar 2Cameron displays an eye that is always one step ahead.


6 The Wachowski siblings

Lilly Wachowski and Lana Wachowski rank among the most iconic film directors of all time and it was cemented with their work in The matrix franchise, which became a huge hit as well as an instantly recognizable part of pop culture. Their impressive visual style and fast-paced thrillers have become hallmarks of their work and allow their films to have a unique impact that extends beyond the films themselves. The themes of The matrix include a constantly questioning reality, as well as beautiful visuals that over time have never been seen before. In addition to The matrixthey led Relatedwhich is an erotic crime thriller centered around two women who have an affair while plotting to rob the mob.

5 Tony Scott

Tony Scott made a name for himself by making true romancewhich was a script he got from Quentin Tarantino after he was initially turned down reservoir dogs. The film is not a classic action movie that could be compared to others on this list, however, it features phenomenal shootouts and fight scenes that justify its place on this list. Scott would dedicate most of his career to the action genre and contribute to some of the best action films in history: Upper gun, unstoppableand enemy of the state.


4 John McTiernan

die hard is undoubtedly one of the most popular and impactful action movies of all time and John McTiernan is responsible for its creation. The story has been replicated many times, especially its one-location hostile takeover story. McTiernan continued his action movie legacy by directing Arnold Schwarzenegger in Predator as well as The Hunt for Red October. His cinematic style is truly unique among his peers.

Related: The Best Action Movies With Female Protagonists

3 george miller

George Miller is a versatile director who is responsible for some of the best children’s films in the genre, including happy feet and Baby: Pig in the city. More than that, he is best known for his sleeper hit that revolutionized cinema, madmax. The franchise became a huge success and spawned several sequels, the most successful of which was Mad Max: Fury Roadwho truly cemented his place as the modern master of the action movie genre.


2 Akira Kurosawa

Akira Kurosawa is a hugely influential filmmaker and has made some of the most acclaimed films that have ever existed, including Ran, Yojimbo, Rashomon, throne of blood, The hidden fortressbecome a master of the art form. Seven Samurai set the bar for countless action movies that would follow, and it’s considered one of the greatest films of all time.

1 John Woo

John Woo is another action legend that needs no introduction. Woo is the original action movie expert, who has been credited with influencing the work of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. He has produced work that stands the test of time, including hard boiled, The killer and A better tomorrow. His work is famous for its dramatic slow-motion fight scenes.


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Mexican director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s new film lands on Netflix https://mondovino-lefilm.com/mexican-director-alejandro-g-inarritus-new-film-lands-on-netflix/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 15:04:35 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/mexican-director-alejandro-g-inarritus-new-film-lands-on-netflix/ The new movie from director Alejandro G. Iñárritu is heading to Netflix. The four-time Oscar-winning filmmaker will be out Bardo, Chronicle of a Handful of Truths on the streaming platform and in theaters at the end of 2022. Alejandro G. Iñárritu está de vuelta con su próximo largometraje, BARDO, FALSA CRÓNICA DE UNAS CUANTAS VERDADES.La […]]]>

The new movie from director Alejandro G. Iñárritu is heading to Netflix. The four-time Oscar-winning filmmaker will be out Bardo, Chronicle of a Handful of Truths on the streaming platform and in theaters at the end of 2022.

bardo is the first film released by Iñárritu since the epic 2015 revenge picture The ghostwhich earned him his second Best Director Oscar and the first Best Actor Oscar for Leonardo DiCaprio.

According to Deadline, bardo is currently in post-production and will be finished by the fall. The film stars actor Daniel Giménez Cacho (Who killed Sara?) as a Mexican journalist and documentarian going through an existential crisis.

“Alejandro is one of the greatest modern filmmakers and one of our industry’s foremost visionaries,” Scott Stuber, Netflix’s head of Global Film, told Deadline. “bardo is a cinematic experience that inspired us to create a release strategy designed for the film to penetrate the culture in the widest and widest way. We will give moviegoers around the world the opportunity to experience the film through a worldwide theatrical release and the worldwide release of the film on Netflix. Having known Alejandro for a long time, I am personally very happy to finally be able to work alongside him and present his film to a global audience.

Iñárritu earned his first pair of Oscar nominations for directing and producing the 2006 film babel. It won three Academy Awards for writing, directing and producing in 2015 birdman. He became only the third person in Oscar history to win a consecutive Oscar for directing with The ghost the next year.

Iñárritu also received a rare Special Achievement Oscar in 2017 for creating a virtual reality installation called Meat and Arena. It was the first special Oscar given since toy story received one in 1996 (as there was no Best Animated Feature category at the time).

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‘Hawkeye’ Director Rhys Thomas to Direct Sony’s ‘Robotech’ Adaptation – Deadline https://mondovino-lefilm.com/hawkeye-director-rhys-thomas-to-direct-sonys-robotech-adaptation-deadline/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 16:10:00 +0000 https://mondovino-lefilm.com/hawkeye-director-rhys-thomas-to-direct-sonys-robotech-adaptation-deadline/ EXCLUSIVE: After helping steer the ship as lead director of Marvel’s Hawk Eye series, Rhys Thomas was chosen to direct Mark Canton and Gianni Nunnari Robotech for Sony Pictures. The film is currently in development with the script by Marcum & Holloway, with a rewrite by Gatewood & Tanaka. Harmony Gold is also involved. Based […]]]>

EXCLUSIVE: After helping steer the ship as lead director of Marvel’s Hawk Eye series, Rhys Thomas was chosen to direct Mark Canton and Gianni Nunnari Robotech for Sony Pictures. The film is currently in development with the script by Marcum & Holloway, with a rewrite by Gatewood & Tanaka. Harmony Gold is also involved.

Based on the popular 80s animated television series, the story of Robotech is set in a time when Earth has developed giant robots from technology from an alien spacecraft that crash-landed on an island in the South Pacific and is now using that technology to fight off an impending alien invasion.

Thomas is flying high right now after directing and producing the Disney+ Marvel series, Hawk Eye, with Jeremy Renner resuming his Avenger role. Thomas is also highly regarded in the comedy world for his work on Saturday Night Live and the Emmy-nominated and critically acclaimed IFC series Documentary now!, which he co-created with Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers, and directed. For Documentary now!Thomas has received four Emmy nominations and is currently in production on Season 4.

Gatewood & Tanaka Feature Sharper sold in a bidding war to Apple and A24 with Julianne Moore attached to star. Ben Curon directed the film, which is currently in post-production, with Sebastian Stan. Gatewood and Tanaka are currently writing Untitled Asian American Heist Project for Amazon. Canton/Nunnari Productions productions include 300 and Immortalsand more currently Canton is an executive producer of the Able universe series.

Thomas is represented by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment and Ziffren Brittenham. Gatewood and Tanaka are replaced by UTA, Management 360, Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman, LLP

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