LOCARNO FILM FESTIVAL

1103811_locarno_imageGolden Leopard
SHE, A CHINESE by Xiaolu GUO, United Kingdom/Germany/France

Special Jury Prize
BUBEN.BARABAN by Alexei Mizgirev, Russia

Best Director
BUBEN.BARABAN by Alexei Mizgirev, Russia

Leopard for Best Actress
Lotte Verbeek in NOTHING PERSONAL by Urszula Antoniak, Netherlands/Ireland

Leopard for Best Actor
Antonis Kafetzopoulos in AKADIMIA PLATONOS by Filippos Tsitos, Greece/Germany

Golden Leopard – Filmmakers of the Present Competition City of Locarno
THE ANCHORAGE by C.W. Winter and Anderson Edstöm, United States/Sweden

CinéCinéma Special Jury Prize / Filmmakers of the Present Competition
PIOMBO FUSO by Stefano Savona, Italy

Leopard for the Best First Feature
NOTHING PERSONAL by Urszula Antoniak, Netherlands/Ireland

Short films

Golden Leopard – SRG SSR idée suisse Prize for the International Leopard of Tomorrow Competition
BELIEVE by Paul Wright, United Kingdom (Scotland)

Silver Leopard – Kodak Prize for the International Leopard of Tomorrow
VARIACIOK by Krisztina Esztergályos, Hungary

Golden Leopard – George Foundation Prize for the Leopards of Tomorrow National Competition
LAS PELOTAS by Chris Niemeyer, Switzerland

Silver Leopard – Kodak Prize for the Leopards of Tomorrow National Competition
NACHTSPAZIERGANG by Christof Wagner, Switzerland

Prix du Public UBS – Audience Award
GIULIAS VERSCHWINDEN by Christoph Schaub, Switzerland

Variety Piazza Grande Award
SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT by Detlev Buck, Germany

congratulations to all the 2009 Locarno winners

Frank Harts

TV COMEDY SCREENING LA
TV COMEDY SCREENING LA

LAEMMLE SUNSET 5 8000 Sunset Blvd
LIVING IN CAPTIVITY

A HALF-HOUR COMEDY ABOUT ZOO KEEPERS

written by Nicole Greevy, Uma Incrocci, Erica Jensen

directed by Todd Faulkner & Erica jensen

Starring Jicky Schnee/ Frank Harts/Nicole Greevy and a talented bunch

August 1st – 5pm

August 2nd- 3:30 pm

More details at http://www.itvf.org

tix are only $10 or $8 with a SAG card

FYI: We are paired with a show called Blog of a Pool Boy.

AMELIA WORKMAN

AMELIA 1

“The History of Light,” Eisa Davis’s poignant, if uneven, tale of love (romantic and family) and loss (ditto). Unfolding on a set dominated by a grand piano and two playground swings, with light bulbs and text-inscribed glass documents dangling overhead (Robert Klingelhoefer designed the scenery), the play chronicles the reunion of two long-lost friends, Soph (the luminous Amelia Workman) and Math (an appealingly geeky Jason Denuszek ” …Celia Wren Washington Post