The newly released, sextiotalsdoftande the trailer from Quentin tarantino's upcoming film ”Once upon a time in Hollywood” bonfires on the rumors that the movie is on the way to the Cannes film festival in may. A neat way to celebrate that soon it is just 25 years since ”Pulp fiction” struck down like a bomb on the Riviera - and Tarantino picked home the palme d'or. But nothing is clear. The festival's artistic director, Thierry Frémaux seems hopeful and says that: ”Tarantino cuts and is working hard to be ready for Cannes...”. Other movies which seems to be the way to the Riviera, Elton John-the movie ”Rocketman”, James Gray's ”Ad astra”, Terrence Malicks ”Radegund” and the brothers Dardennes ”Ahmed”.
”The man who bought the moon” Photo: SF Studios
Minifestivalen Cinema Made in Italy (21-24 march) is back with seven fresh and acclaimed Italian films. In the weekend, you can see multicultural ”Bangla”, the thriller ”Boy's cry” and Sardinienromantiska ”The man who bought the moon”. Read more on www.filmstaden.se/festival/italiensk-filmfestival.
Maj-Britt Nilsson in ”the Street” Photo: Cinemateket
the Evening at Cinemateket on Thursday 28 march with the film and conversation about the film director and scholar Gösta Werner. Emil Stjernholm talks about his thesis, ”Gösta Werner and the film as art and propaganda” at 17: 00, and then displays the ”Street” about a damaged woman remembers her life on the streets and in the Stockholm underworld.
the Week's best filmnyhet: Wong Kar-wai seems to get the butt out of the wagon and intend to make clear its upcoming feature film ”Blossom”, which is said to tie together the romantic suite ”In the mood for love” and ”2046” to a trilogy.
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Marcello Mastroianni (1924-1996), who dedicated a great series at the Cinemateket in Stockholm in april and may. In the series ”Marcello Mastroianni – a very ordinary man” is, among other things, ”The sweet life”, ”8 1/2”, ”Divorce in Italian”, and ”A very special day”.