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Programação do NYFF apresenta 30 títulos

15 ago 2014 / 5 comentários / em Cinema / por

Carlos Augusto Brandão

O Festival de Cinema de Nova York, que acontece de 26 de setembro a 12 de outubro, anunciou a programação de sua 52ª edição, que traz 30 títulos e, mais uma vez, se caracteriza pela diversidade, com títulos de vários países e diferentes estilos de cinema.

A diversificação não é somente geográfica, estando presente também nos temas abordados e nos diretores selecionados, conforme ressaltado por Kent Jones, diretor do NYFF.

 

“Algumas vezes o frescor do cinema me entusiasma.  Nesta edição, nós temos filmes que nos deixam eletrizados, estando entre eles os primeiros e últimos trabalhos de consagrados cineastas,  todos essenciais.  A seleção deste ano lembra as razões pelas quais eu amo tanto o cinema e o mesmo acontecerá com os espectadores”, declarou Jones.

Gone Girl, o aguardado novo trabalho de  David Fincher,  terá sua première mundial como o filme de abertura. Baseado no best-seller de Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl  é um thriller sobre um homem suspeito de matar a esposa. O elenco, liderado por Ben Affleck, inclui Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris e Tyler Perry.

Inherent Vice, de Paul Thomas Anderson, terá sua primeira sessão pública, como a tradicional “Center Piece”, destaque do festival para um filme inovador e criativo.   Drama criminal e de mistério, o filme é o primeiro longa adaptado de um livro de Thomas Pynchon  e traz nos papéis principais Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin  Reese Witherspoon e Benicio Del Toro.

O filme de encerramento será Birdman, comédia de humor negro do mexicano Alejandro González Iñarritu, que conta a história de um ator em decadência, interpretado por Michael Keaton.

A programação principal inclui, entre outros, os novos filmes de:  Bennett Miller (Foxcatcher); David Cronenberg (Maps to the Stars); Olivier Assayas (Clouds of Sils Maria); Jean-Luc Godard (Goodbye to Language); Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne (Two Days, One Night); e Mike Leigh com Mr. Turner pelo qual Timoty Spall ganhou o prêmio de melhor ator em Cannes,  no papel do famoso pintor J. M. W. Turner.

Outra atração é Whiplash, de Damien Chazelle, que ganhou o Grande Prêmio do Júri e também de Audiência no Sundance/2014.

Também se destaca  Amar, Beber e Cantar, último trabalho de Alain Resnais. Já lançado no Brasil, o filme ganhou na edição deste ano do  Festival de Berlim, o Urso de Prata Alfred Bauer, prêmio dedicado a um trabalho inovador e que abre novas perspectivas para o cinema.

O consagrado diretor francês – morto em março deste ano – também está representado na Mostra Revivals com seu primeiro filme Hiroshima Meu Amor. A Revivals, que se caracteriza por trazer de volta aos espectadores filmes recém- restaurados terá  também uma retrospectiva de Joseph L. Mankiewicz e uma sessão especial com Era uma vez na América (1984), de Sérgio Leone, numa versão que inclui 22 minutos de imagens inéditas.

Iniciado no já longínquo ano de  1963, o NYFF mostrou em sua primeira edição o cultuado Barravento, do então estreante Glauber Rocha, e a abertura aconteceu com o clássico O Anjo Exterminador, de Luis Buñuel.

5 comentários:

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  2. Muhammad disse:

    Sir Ridley Scott: The Final Cut is the product of a prsceos that began in early 2000 and continued off and on through seven years of intense research and meticulous restoration, technical challenges, amazing discoveries and new possibilities. I can now wholeheartedly say that Blade Runner: The Final Cut is my definitive director’s cut of the film. DETAILS OF BLADE RUNNER EDITIONSBLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT SPECIAL EDITION (2-DISC)Disc OneRIDLEY SCOTT’S ALL-NEW FINAL CUT VERSION OF THE FILMRestored and remastered with added extended scenes, added lines, new and cleaner special effects and all new 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio. Also includes:•Commentary by Director Ridley Scott•Commentary by Executive Producer/ Co-Screenwriter Hampton Fancher and Co-Screenwriter David Peoples; Producer Michael Deely and production executive Katherine Haber•Commentaries by visual futurist Syd Mead; production designer Lawrence G. Paull, art director David L. Snyder and special photographic effects supervisors Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yuricich and David DryerDisc TwoDOCUMENTARY DANGEROUS DAYS: MAKING BLADE RUNNERA feature-length authoritative documentary revealing all the elements that shaped this hugely influential cinema landmark. Cast, crew, critics and colleagues give a behind-the-scenes, in-depth look at the film from its literary roots and inception through casting, production, visuals and special effects to its controversial legacy and place in Hollywood history.Included DVD trailers:•I am Legend•Invasion•Fracture•Superman DoomsdayBLADE RUNNER: COLLECTOR’S EDITION (4-DISC)The Four-Disc Collector’s Edition includes everything from the 2-Disc Special Edition plus three additional versions of the film, as well as an “Enhancement Archive” bonus disc of enhanced content that includes 90 minutes of deleted footage and rare or never-before-seen items in featurettes and galleries that cover the film’s amazing history, production teams, special effects, impact on society, promotional trailers, TV spots, and much more. Disc Three1982 THEATRICAL VERSIONThis is the version that introduced U.S. movie-going audiences to a revolutionary film with a new and excitingly provocative vision of the near-future. It contains Deckard/Harrison Ford’s character narration and has Deckard and Rachel’s (Sean Young) “happy ending” escape scene.1982 INTERNATIONAL VERSIONAlso used on U.S. home video, laserdisc and cable releases up to 1992. This version is not rated, and contains some extended action scenes in contrast to the Theatrical Version.1992 DIRECTOR’S CUTThe Director’s Cut omits Deckard’s voiceover narration and removes the happy ending finale. It adds the famously-controversial unicorn sequence, a vision that Deckard has which suggests that he, too, may be a replicant.Disc FourBONUS DISC “Enhancement Archive”•Featurette The Electric Dreamer: Author Philip K. Dick•Featurette Sacrificial Sheep: The Novel vs. The Film•Philip K. Dick: The Blade Runner Interviews (Audio)•Featurette Signs of the Times: Graphic Design•Featurette Fashion Forward: Wardrobe and Styling•Screen Tests: Rachel and Pris•Featurette The Light That Burns: Remembering Jordan Cronenweth•Deleted and Alternate Scenes•1982 Promotional Featurettes•Trailers and TV Spot•Featurette Promoting Dystopia: Rendering the Poster Art•Featurette Deck-A-Rep: The True Nature of Rick Deckard•Featurette Nexus Generation: Fans FilmmakersBLADE RUNNER: ULTIMATE COLLECTOR’S EDITION (5-DISC)The 5-disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition includes everything from the previously described4-Disc Edition, plus the ultra-rare, near-legendary WORKPRINT version of the film, newly remastered. The Ultimate Collector’s Edition will be presented in a unique 5-disc digi-package with handle which is a stylish version of Rick Deckard’s own briefcase, in addition each briefcase will be individually numbered and in limited supply. Included is a lenticular motion film clip from the original feature, miniature origami unicorn figurine, miniature replica spinner car, collector’s photographs as well as a signed personal letter from Sir Ridley Scott. Disc FiveWORKPRINT VERSIONThis rare version of the film is considered by some to be the most radically different of all the Blade Runner cuts. It includes an altered opening scene, no Deckard narration until the final scenes, no unicorn sequence, no Deckard/Rachel happy ending,” altered lines between Batty (Rutger Hauer) and his creator Tyrell (Joe Turkell), alternate music and much more.Also includes:•Introduction by Ridley Scott•Commentary by Paul M. Sammon, author of Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner•Featurette All Our Variant Futures: From Workprint to Final CutAbout Blade RunnerBlade Runner made its first appearance in U.S. theaters on June 25, 1982, dazzling audiences with its stylish, brooding look into the future. From its intelligent, provocative story line to its stunning camera work and state-of-the art special effects, the film opened the door to a new view of tomorrow in addition to prefiguring important concerns of the 21st century, such as globalization, urban decay, global warming, over-population and genetic engineering.Set in a multi-ethnic, overcrowded, high-tech city of the future, Blade Runner was also a benchmark in costume and production design and helped spawn a new genre/lifestyle neo-noir cyberpunk which has flourished in today’s mainstream society and is reflected in all facets of entertainment, design and fashion trends. Most recognizable is the current trend of the Harajuku district in Japan, recently popularized by Gwen Stefani.In Blade Runner, genetically manufactured beings called replicants are built to do dangerous and degrading work on Earth’s Off-World colonies. Physically identical to adult humans, yet much more powerful, a group of replicants hides in Los Angeles after a bloody mutiny.Heading the all-star cast, many in career-expanding roles, is Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, a special police blade runner assigned to hunt down and kill the escapees. Also starring are Sean Young as Rachel, Deckard’s replicant lover; Edward James Olmos as Gaff, a mysterious fellow policeman; Daryl Hannah as Pris and Joanna Cassidy as Zhora, two beautiful yet murderous replicants; and Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty, the replicant leader who challenges Deckard’s ideas of what it is to be human.Blade Runner was adapted from the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by acclaimed science-fiction author Philip K. Dick. Hollywood has since discovered this eclectic author in full force, and some of the films adapted from Dick’s works include Minority Report, A Scanner Darkly, Next, and Total Recall, among others, grossing millions of dollars worldwide. But it was Blade Runner that started it all. The film was nominated for 2 Academy Awardsae for Best Art Direction and Best Visual Effects. Oscarae- winning composer Vangelis created the musical score.The multiple Top Ten lists Blade Runner has consistently placed high on are: #1 on Wired Magazine’s list, and the English Scientists/Guardian Science List made it the #1 sci-fi film of all time based on surveys with 60 scientists. It is #3 on Entertainment Weekly’s best sci-fi movies and TV shows of the past 25 years, and is also #3 on SFX Magazine’s list. Blade Runner makes the top ten on the Internet Movie Database’s (IMDB) list, beating out such films as Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, Frankenstein, King Kong, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T.BLADE RUNNER 25th ANNIVERSARYStreet Date: December 18, 2007Rated R Widescreen 16 9, ColorBLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT SPECIAL EDITION (2-DISC)$20.97 SRPCatalog # 114482Packaging: Double AmarayFeature Run Time: 157:30BLADE RUNNER: COLLECTOR’S EDITION (4-DISC)$34.99 SRPCatalog # 114483Packaging: 4-Disc Digi-Pak w/ Custom SlipcaseFeature Run Time: 157:30BLADE RUNNER: ULTIMATE COLLECTOR’S EDITION (5-DISC)Limited Numbered Edition in “Deckard Briefcase” w/Collectible Memorabilia$78.92 SRPCatalog # 114484Feature Run Time: 157:30BLADE RUNNER: COMPLETE COLLECTOR’S EDITION HD (5-DISC)$39.99 SRPHD Catalog #118573Packaging: Digi-Pak with Collectible SlipcaseBLADE RUNNER: COMPLETE COLLECTOR’S EDITION Blu-Ray (5-DISC)$39.99 SRPBD Catalog #118574Packaging: Digi-Pak with Collectible SlipcaseAnd here is a message from Ridley about the FINAL CUTTHE FINAL CUT is the product of a prsceos that began in early 2000 and continued off-and-on through seven years of intense research and meticulous restoration, technical challenges, amazing discoveries and new possibilities.I have included the four previously-seen versions of the film in newly-transferred anamorphic widescreen with original, unaltered 5.1 sound taken from archival six-tracks. My goal was to give you the film in whatever form you prefer, with the best picture and sound quality possible.The film’s 35mm footage was scanned at 4K resolution off the original negative, while its groundbreaking visual effects were scanned at 8K resolution off pristine 65mm elements, all resulting in a stunning visual experience the likes of which have not been seen since the film’s 1982 release. And perhaps not even then. Likewise, we used existing six-track masters to re-mix the film’s immersive soundtrack with today’s state-of-the-art technology.And finally, I’ve assembled a collection of in-depth documentaries, multi-faceted commentaries, never-before-seen footage and rare artwork to give you a deeper appreciation of all the work that went into the making of this film.I can now wholeheartedly say that BLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT is my definitive director’s cut of the film. RIDLEY SCOTT

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