Still suggestion for The Lady Hermit: http://mubi.com/films/the-lady-hermit
Additions to Clementine
ED Myeong-Hwan Kang
MUSIC Sang-ho Lee
Still for Adrenalin: Fear the Rush
Stills for Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye
Title correction: Miotte vu par Raúl Ruiz
The still used for The White of the Eye is from another film.
Stills from the actual film:
Profile pictures for actors:
There are currently two different entries for Ben Russell’s film ‘Daumë’.DaumëDaumë
(The latter is my submission, and mostly my bad – I didn’t realize there was an existing entry).
Piotr is an auteur, not a cast member.
Bio: Along with Walerian Borowczyk and Peter Földes, Polish auteur Piotr Kamler represented the new wave of animators from the 60’s and 70’s that followed in the footsteps of Alexeieff, Bartosch and Starewicz.
Born in Warsaw on June 30, 1936, Kamler studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. In 1959, he moved to Paris to continue his studies, and in 1960 began working in film, debuting with “conte” (story). This was the first of the approximately fifteen films that he produced, often with funding from the Service of Recherche of the ORTF.
Quote: “I discovered animation at the Academy. I was studying graphic arts. Etchings, woodcuts, everything was static, majestic. I had enough and decided to introduce movement. Dynamics, similar to musical elements, is for me the most important.”
Born in Rome on 9th November 1974, daughter of the actors Vittorio Mezzogiorno and Cecilia Sacchi. Has worked for two years in Paris in Peter Brook’s workshop (Le Centre International de Créations Théatrales).
In 1997, she made her debut in cinema with the film Il giorno della sposa(The Bride’s Journey) – which won the Targa d’Argento for “New Talents in Italian Cinema” at the Grolle d’Oro when the Foreign Press awarded the Globo d’Oro award and the International FlaianoPrize for the best actress for the 1997-98 season.
Other films: Del perduto amore (Of Lost Love) by Michele Placido (1998), Asini by Antonello Grimaldi (1999), Un uomo per bene by Maurizio Zaccaro (1999), Tutta la conoscenza del mondo (All There Is to Know) by Eros Puglielli (2000), L’ultimo bacio (The Last Kiss) by Gabriele Muccino (2000), Ilaria Alpi – Il più crudele dei giorni (The Cruelest Day) by Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani (2002 – Nastro d’Argento for best actress), La finestra di fronte (Facing Windows) di Ferzan Ozpetek (2002 – among numerous awards: the David of Donatello, Nastro d’Argento, Globo d’Oro and Best ActressAwardin the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival), L’amore ritorna (Love Returns) by Sergio Rubini (2003 – Nastro d’Argento for best supporting actress), La bestia nel cuore (Don’t Tell) by Cristina Comencini (2005 – entered in the 62th edition of the Venice International Film Festival where she won the Coppa Volpi for the best leading actress, and received a nomination for the Academy Awards in the category of best foreign films at the Oscars in 2006), Lezioni di volo(Flying Lessons)by Francesca Archibugi (2007), Notturno bus (Night bus) by Davide Marengo (2007), Love in the Time of Choleraof Mike Newell (2007), L’amore non basta (Love isn’t Enough) by Stefano Chiantini (2007), Palermo Shooting by Wim Wenders (2007), Vincere by Marco Bellocchio (2009 – Nastro d’Argento and Globo d’Oro for the best leading actress, Silver Hugo for Best Actress in the 45th Chicago International Film Festival). The documentary film Negli Occhi (Through the eyes) by Daniele Anzellotti and Francesco Del Grosso (2009) a journey into the life and career of her father Vittorio, who died prematurely in 1994, as co-producer, narrator and interviewer, presented at 66th Venice International Film Festival in the competition section “Controcampo Italiano” (Special Mention of the Jury).
La prima linea by Renato De Maria (2009), Basilicata coast to coast by Rocco Papaleo (2009). _saverioferragina.com
Italian impersonator and quick-change artist. He was born in San Giorgio a Cremano(near Naples),Campania,Italy in 1932. His father was a law office bearer and he had a german grandmother. After graduation in law and an unsuccessful attempt to work as journalist, he debuted for Italian radio as a voice imitator. After some theatre appearances performing parodies of singers and politicians, he became popular with the Italian television show “Doppia Coppia” (1969) and “Formula Due” (1973). He was nicknamed by the great director Federico Fellini “thief of souls” because of an outstanding capability to imitate not only the voice of characters, but also their physical features and attitudes. In an interview just before is death, Noschese listed a total of 1156 voices he had imitated in his career. On December 3,1979, Noschese committed suicide by shooting himself while under care for clinical depression in Roma, at the age of 47._imdb
Appropriately sized still for Adrenalin:Fear the Rush
Duplication: Candy or Mint = El Niki.
Additions to Laure
ED Angelo Curi
MUSIC Franco Micalizzi
Additions to One True Love
ED Sheryll Lopez
MUSIC Von De Guzman
Profile picture suggestion for Shen Jie:
Better quality still for One Ephemeral Mission
The Brave Archer and His Mate
Disciples of Shaolin
House of Traps
and the international title for Feng Hou is Mad Monkey Kung Fu
When fanned, Silvano Agosti’s name should be added to one’s ‘Favorite Auteurs’ section and not just regulated to ‘Cast Members’.
There are two profile pages for Alexander Mackendrick’s 1949 film, Whisky Galore!. Here and here
The film is most commonly known as the aforementioned title, please consolidate accordingly.-
Also, here are some interesting quotes by Mackendrick to further complete his profile.
“Film dialogue is best when it has an immediate purpose and produces reactions in others.”
“Obscurity is seldom a virtue. If the point you want to make is of any significance, then there is no harm in making it clearly.”
“The best way to learn how to work with actors is to have had experience of trying to act yourself – it will teach you humility if nothing else.”
“Sometimes hysteria in production problems can be communicated successfully as energy up on the screen.”
“Children are ofter better actors than adults, because they have a greater capacity for believing in a situation.”
Oxide Pang Chun
New still for The Plumber
Tanny Tien Ni
Chen Kuan Tai
The sex bomb Chen Ping
and the most beatiful woman who ever lived Lily Ho
can Tadeusz Konwicki be credited for the following in the SCR (screenplay/writer) section?
andAusteria (along with Jerzy Kawalerowicz and Julian Stryjkowski)
Image for They Went That-A-Way and That-A-Way @ http://mubi.com/films/they-went-that-a-way-38-that-a-way (also correct title)
Image for Herbie Rides Again @ http://mubi.com/films/herbie-rides-again
Image for Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo @ http://mubi.com/films/herbie-goes-to-monte-carlo
Image for Herbie Goes Bananas @ http://mubi.com/films/herbie-goes-bananas
Changes and additions needed to be made to The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course :
Country: Australia, United StatesRuntime: 90 mins,ColourAspect Ratio: 2.35 :1Language: EnglishProducers: Judy Bailey, Arnold Rifkin, John StaintonExecutive Producer: Bruce WillisScreenplay: John Stainton, Holly Goldberg SloanCinematography: David BurrEditing: Suresh Ayyar, Bob BlasdallProduction Designer: Jon DowdingCostume Design: Jean TurnbullMusic: Mark McDuff
IMDb link (English)
Synopsis for Heavy Traffic :
An animated feature which begins, ends and occasionally combines with, live-action filmed on location. A white dropout struggles to create comics and animated films, drawing inspiration from the harsh, gritty world around him. Still sharing his run-down apartment with his middle-aged parents, an oafish slob of an Italian father and a ditzy nut-case of a Jewish mother, he is ridiculed and looked down upon by his friends, hypocrites who run with violent gangs and the Italian Mafia, and a shallow Black girl who makes her living downtown with the pimps and pushers. This cartoonist gets a chance to pitch a film idea to a movie mogul, but the story proves too outrageous: a far-future Earth, destroyed by war and pollution, where a mutant antihero challenges and kills God. Complications ensue when the cartoonist’s parents react in irrational ways to his various involvements. —IMDb
Synopsis for American Pop :
American Pop is the animated story of a very talented and troubled family starting with 19th century Russia and moving through several generations of musicians. The film covers American music from the pre-jazz age through soul, ’50s rock, drug-laden psychadelia, and punk, finally ending with the onset of new wave in the early 1980s. —IMDb
Here is a still for The Execution :
And The Out of Towners already has an established page here