I personally viewed the movies below. If they should come to your theater, GO!
1. Who Gets To Call It Art; 2. Pan's Labyrinth; 3. Avenue Montaigne; 4. French California; 5. The Lives of Others; 6. Twice Upon A Time; 7. Outsourced; 8. Agua; 9. It’s Winter; 10. The Lives of Others; 11. Blindsight; 12. Mojave Phone Booth; 13. The Damned Don't Cry; 14. The Cats Of Mirikitani; 15. Omkara (below)Earlier:
Blogging is light...I'm at the "Cannes-style" International Film Festival here in Palm Springs; with six more films to see, in the next two days!...The festival fills four theatres and the Annenberg Auditorium; as PSFF presents pre-released films, from Foreign, Documentary, Independent, etc; The Artistic efforts from dozens of countries!
The film below was awesome! Everyone was moved to quiet tears...The only way to describe this film: As you leave the theatre, you feel as though you've left a portion of your heart behind...(Hope it will arrive in theatres in the US.) Definitely see this brilliant work! -Film detail below-
(Image courtesy WCW)
DIRECTOR: Vishal Bhardwaj
Producer: Kumar Mangat
Editor: Meghana Manchanda
Screenwriter: Vishal Bhardwaj Robin Bhatt Abhishek Chaubey
Cinematographer: Tassaduq Hussain
Music: Vishal Bhardwaj
Principal Cast: Ajay Devgan, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Vivek Oberoi, Bipasha Basu
Filmography: The Blue Umbrella (2005), Maqbool (2003), The Web of the Witch (2002), Daya (1998)
World Sales: Eros International