· May, 2007

Stories about Film from May, 2007

Korea: Conquered by Spiderman

  10 May 2007

Korean movies are conquered by a spider man from the U.S.A.! The Movie, “Spiderman 3″ occupies more than 30 percent of all screens of Korean movie theaters, 816 screens. It brought out the issue of monopoly of Hollywood films in Korean movie theaters and people who are engaged in the...

Bhutan: Film Awards

  9 May 2007

Visit Bhutan on the National Filmfare awards. “The Bhutan National Film Awards for the year 2007 saw a stunning packed Clock Tower Square on 2nd May night coinciding with the Birth Anniversary of Third King , His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. The events was organized by the Motion Picture Association...

Bolivia: Cocalero Film

  8 May 2007

Sebastian Molina writes in Plan B [ES] that the new documentary Cocalero about President Evo Morales’ rise to the presidency “gives many insights to better understand the character and the process.”

Bolivia: Interview with Filmmaker Jorge Sanjines

  4 May 2007

Javier Rodríguez reprints the entire unedited interview with famed Bolivian filmmaker Jorge Sanjinés in his blog Diseccionando a la Musa Perdida [ES]. Part of the interview was also published in the magazine section of the newspaper Opinión.

Jordan: On Spiderman 3

Jordanian blogger Naseem Al Tarawanah treated himself to a screening of Spiderman 3 and reviews it here for us. “What a way to start off the summer blockbuster season. The film plays on the special effects that made it famous years ago, and just when you thought they couldn’t do...

Ukraine: Being in a Movie, Part 2

MoldovAnn again writes about filming of the Ukrainian-Russian movie she's in: “…I learned that my “husband” now has a name, Jack Brown, and he’s a tanned man in glasses, with a gold Rolex. I also read that Donna (i.e., me) is big, clumsy, with a lot of hair in a...

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