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List Of Swiss Films - 1990s
... Genre Notes 1990 Angels Jacob Berger Entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival Journey of Hope Xavier Koller Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 1991 The Mountain Markus Imhoof Entered into the ...
Side By Side (film Festival) - 1st International Side By Side LGBT Film Festival
... The idea of running a film festival in Saint Petersburg first came up in a meeting between Manny de Guerre and Irina Sergeeva in the summer of 2007 ... Nikolay Alexeyev gave their support to the film festival ... Berlin International Film Festival, NewFest New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Film Festival, and Kyiv International Film Festival Molodist officially supported «Side by Side» Film Festival ...
List Of Italian Films Of 1963
... Following is a sortable list of films produced in Italy in 1963 ... Milo, Barbara Steele fantasy Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film another Oscar, Grand Prix at Moscow and 11 awards ... Voted one of the greatest films on most polls 90 notti in giro per il mondo Acqua e chiacchiere Adultero lui, adultera lei Africa sexy Amore Annella di Porta Capuana Any Number ...
Greek Films Of The 1950s - 1950s
... Tsiforos Smaroula Υiouli, Nikos Tzogias War Entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival IMDb 1951 Dead City (Nekri Politeia ... IMDb ratings - IMDb Oi paranomoi Nikos Koundouros Entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival 1959 Astero (Αστέρω) Dinos Dimopoulos ...
List Of French Films Of 1985 - 1985
... Chahine Entered into the 1985 Cannes Film Festival Asterix Versus Caesar Gaëtan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi Animation 1 win Chicken with Vinegar Claude Chabrol Entered into the 1985 Cannes Film Festival Dawn Miklós Jancs ... Tea in the Harem Mehdi Charef Screened at the 1985 Cannes Film Festival Trois hommes et un couffin Coline Serreau André Dussollier Comedy Nominated ...

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