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In addition to the article looking at Nymphomaniac's cinematographer, the Danish Film Institute has released an article looking at Anders Refn. Refn has worked closely with von Trier since Breaking the Waves as editor and additional director, and has participated in 120 films in his career. Definitely worth reading for all you von Trier fans! Check out the...
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The Danish Film Institute has released an article providing an overview on the cinematographer for Nymphomaniac, Manuel Alberto Claro. This comes after Claro was awarded the prestigious Danish award for artistic accomplishment. Besides Nymphomaniac, Claro was worked on von Trier's very pretty film Melancholia, which is what really gave him the attention he has today. Check out the article here to...
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Nymphomaniac has had its full four hour premiere at Berlinale, and in true Von Trier style, it wasn't without controversy. The film, of course, has already been a source of controversy due to its graphic and sexual themes, and so it seems fair that the premiere would be just as interesting. Shia LeBeouf walked...
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The other day I brought you a general overview of Swedish films at Berlinale, and now it's time for the Danish ones. Benjamin Christensen's Aesthetics of Shadow will get a special retrospective screening at the festival which you can read about here.   Nymphomaniac http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5YekQnGSIs&bpctr=1391747206 Nymphomaniac will get its official four hour premiere at the festival. The film doesn't...
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