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Sochi :: Russia | 1 month ago

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Getty Images Alexander Sokurov Alexander Sokurov used the Kinotavr film festival as a bully pulpit, while Oscar-winning director Nikita Mikhalkov in a video message argued that residents of the Ukrainian city of Odessa should fight the country's

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Moscow :: Russia | 7 months ago

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The film is at least three-quarters done by the time Faust -- here a philosophical surgeon in a grubby, early-19th- century German village -- gets around to signing away his soul to the devil. But this is only one of the many variations the Russian

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Locarno :: Switzerland | 7 months ago

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Reto Albertalli/AFP/Getty Images Locarno's Piazza Grande The April 12-15 event will host the Swiss premiere of Reitz's latest, "Home from Home: Chronicle of a Vision." our editor recommends The 81-year-old Reitz, a regular at the Berlin and Venice

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 8 months ago

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Alexander Sokurov's "Faust" is a grueling side show of a film, a morbid, mightily uninvolving piece adapted, as have been so many works before it, from the allegorical play by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. That the picture won the 2011 Venice Film

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Moscow :: Russia | 9 months ago

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Faust The Faust legend has been filmed many times, in many ways. The distinguished Russian director Alexander Sokurov's (Russian Ark) may be the most unusual; it's also the most arid. Sokurov deploys some amazingly agile camera movements, and builds

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Moscow :: Russia | 9 months ago

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November 14, 2013 In the end credits, a note identifies Faust, Alexander Sokurov's brooding, hallucinatory, freehanded adaptation of Goethe's great allegorical drama, as the concluding installment of a four-film sequence, the Men of Power tetralogy

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Prague :: Czech Republic | 9 months ago

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Faust Is Not Your Great-Granddaddy's Selling-Your-Soul Fable Faust has the lingering feel of being dry-hump-assaulted by an unwashed psychotic A lurching crawl through the moldering, candlelit passages of a pre-hygiene medieval meta-Europe, this new

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Saint Petersburg :: Russia | 11 months ago

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Saint Petersburg's opulent Winter Palace was first designed in 1711, then converted into a museum in 1764 as Catherine the Great acquired European masters' artworks to build the continent's greatest collection. Today, the State Hermitage Museum

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Moscow :: Russia | over 1 year ago

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PDT 4/2/2013 by Vladimir Kozlov Andrei Proshkin's "The Horde" scoops the most trophies. Alexander Sokurov 's Faust was celebrated as the best film at the Nika award ceremony, which was held in Moscow on Tuesday, while Andrei Proshkin 's Orda (The

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Venice :: Italy | over 1 year ago

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Lyman Getty Images Aleksandr Sokurov in Venice The inaugural edition will take place March 24-27 with Russian auteur Aleksandr Sokurov on hand as the main guest. Russian auteur Aleksandr Sokurov will be the guest of honor at next month's Imagine e

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