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This year’s movies have legitimately transformed my idea of what is creatively possible. To commemorate, I’ve remixed 270 of them into one giant ass video.

Music:
1. Ratatat – Nostrand – http://tinyurl.com/2ahhhj9
2. Kanye West – Power – http://tinyurl.com/27mpo83
3. Rooney – Not In My House – http://tinyurl.com/23vpakx
4. Apartment – Fall Into Place – http://tinyurl.com/2fnsnkc
5. Civil Twilight – Letters from the Sky – http://tinyurl.com/2fwrlys
6. SUNBEARS! – Little Baby Pines – http://tinyurl.com/26d9brn

Films in order of appearance: http://tinyurl.com/2g3p6bs

Note: My film selection process was fairly open; anything that was either produced or distributed in 2010 was fair game (I also consulted this Wikipedia entry). This is why some movies are labelled 2009 or 2011 on IMDB. Also, this by no means constitutes a comprehensive list of films that came out in 2010. That would have been exhausting.

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cinema roundup:

Increasing anti-Americanism in Turkish films

by HASAN KANBOLAT
A general look at Hollywood scripts for films made post-Sept. 11 reveals a tendency to approach certain countries and their peoples in an extremely clichéd and stereotypical manner.

Europe’s LUX prize goes to When We Leave

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M


Mavi Boncuk |

Feo Aladag?s When We Leave (Die Fremde) has won the 2010 European Parliament LUX Cinema prize worth 90,000 Euros.

The film, which is this year?s German foreign-language Oscar submission, tells the story of a Turkish woman (Sibel Kekilli) [1] trying to make a new life in Berlin after escaping an abusive husband in Istanbul. The European Parliament?s president Jerzy Buzek presented the award to Aladağ at a special ceremony today (24 Nov). She is the first female director to be shortlisted since the award began in 2007.

Five Easy Pieces: The Solitude

from The Criterion Current

Festival of Wheels to tour Turkey with coup films

The 16th Festival on Wheels, which will travel to Ankara, Artvin and Ordu until Dec. 19, begins Friday with its focus on coups d?etat in recognition of the 30th anniversary year of Turkey?s Sept. 12 putsch. Part of the festival will feature films examining the impact of coups not only in Turkey, but also in Portugal, Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Greece”

51st Thessaloniki International Film Festival | The Turks

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

51st Thessaloniki International Film Festival The curtain rised on the 51st Thessaloniki International Film Festival December 3, 2010, transforming the city of Thessaloniki for ten days into a place for the discovery of cutting-edge film trends as well as a point of interaction and communication, a youthful cell of life and creative meetings. These ten days will include screenings of films from all over the world, important guests from the contemporary cinema scene, tributes, masterclasses, round table discussions and parallel events.
Mavi Boncuk |

The ten best films of ? 1920

from Observations on film art and FILM ART by bordwellblog

High and Dizzy

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