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NORTH


THE WINNER OF THE 16th TITANIC INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
BREAKING WAVES AWARD

Nord
Norway, 2009
Dir.: Rune Denstad
Langlo


www.nordthemovie.no


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NEWS
Digital expansion for Palace Cinemas

XDC has struck a deal with Palace Cinemas to supply digital projection systems to the company’s cinemas. The agreement will see DCI-compliant projection systems rolled out in 170 of Palace Cinema’s screens in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary from the second half of 2009. The venture will be co-financed by the Virtual Print Fee (VPF) model.

Wenders to direct first 3D dance feature

Wim Wenders and the legendary choreographer Pina Bausch are collaborating on the first dance feature film to be shot in 3D. Wenders has been keen to work with Bausch for some time but before the development of 3D was unable to find the right medium. He said that 3D will help to “take the audience directly on to the stage.

INFORMATION


The dates of the 17th Titanic International Film Festival are 8-18 April, 2010. See You there!

The festival film of the 16th Titanic Film Festival

The festival film of the 16th Titanic Film Festival was created by two young and talented independent filmmakers, László Csáki and Szabolcs Pálfi - a.k.a the Hipokaloric Group - using Ambrus Tövisházi's musical contribution. Click on the picture to play the film.

North is the Breaking Waves Award-winner film

We have the pleasure to announce you that has Rune Denstad Langlo’s North has won the Breaking Waves Award of the 16th Titanic International Film Festival and the National Student Jury Award, while the Festival’s Audience Award has been attributed to Baltasar Kormákur’s White Night Wedding.
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