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Winner - Junior Prize - Cannes Film Festival
"Director Malberti has a simple, unfussy style that reflects his young heroes' clear-eyed naievete."
- Adam Nayman, Eye Weekly
MOTHER OF MINE
"Finnish helmer Klaus Haro comes up with an emotionally involving tale that could also resonate beyond the region in specialty situations. Pic is Finland's official submission for the Oscars' foreign film category."
-- Gunnar Rehlin, Variety
THE BOTHERSOME MAN
Winner - Best Director - Amanda Awards (Norwegian Oscars®)
"Delightfully droll. [Its] use of sound and impossible space recalls the eerie worlds of David Lynch."
- Leslie Felperin, Variety
Winner - FIPRESCI Prize - Rotterdam Int'l Film Festival
"That Llosa has never directed for the camera before is remarkable considering how accomplished the film is."
- Robert Koehler, Variety
THE GREAT MATCH
Official Selection - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
"A visually breathtaking, gently comic homage to the indigenous communities that are its subject and to soccer's power to penetrate lives."
- Jonathan Holland, Variety.com
A SIMPLE CURVE
Winner - Best Director - Nantucket FF
"A Simple Curve possesses wisdom that is rare for film these days, let alone a debut."
- Peter Howell, The Toronto Star
SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS
Official Selection - New York Film Festival
"A richly observed, nicely nuanced portrait of lives in transition."
- Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter
MEN AT WORK
"Sophisticated audiences will enjoy this thoroughly modern spoof on masculine fixations, played out in frank, realistic dialogue."
-- Deborah Young, Variety
BE WITH ME
"I fell for the (2005 Cannes) Fortnight's opening film, 'Be With Me' . I didn't have any idea what was going on for the first half hour, but was in tears by the end, which is fairly rare (big surprise)"
-- Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
WHO'S CAMUS ANYWAY
"A cine-maniac's delight - true postmodernists, the students name drop Leos Carax, Quentin Tarantino and Luchino Visconti - Who's Camus Anyway? bristles with ferocious energy and wit"
-- A.O. Scott, The New York Times
"Monster Thursday marks the emergence of an electrifying new voice in Scandanavian cinema"
--Trevor Groth, Sundance Film Festival
A PECK ON THE CHEEK
Winner of six 2003 National Film Awards of India
Music by the Academy Awardï¿½ winning composer of Slumdog Millionaire, A.R. Rahman
"A Peck on the Cheek is a sweet, funny, fairy tale about the adopted daughter of loving parents who wants to find her real mother, even if it means running away from home."
--Adam Nayman, Eye Weekly