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Grazentv presenteert: De Marathon – Interview met Martin van Waardenberg en Gerard Meuldijk.
Ronald Glasbergen in gesprek met scenarioschrijvers Martin van Waardenberg en Gerard Meuldijk over hun speelfilm “De Marathon” en Rotterdam.
Grazentv presenteert: IFFR 2013 – Interview met filmmaker Pelin Esmer.
IFFR 2013 – Interview with filmmaker Pelin Esmer on the occasion of the viewing of ” Watchtower” on the 42nd IFFR.
He hides from his own conscience by fleeing into a remote watchtower. She flees her surroundings in the basement of a rural bus station. Both have a secret that they can no longer hide when they meet each other. ’Situation normal’, the fireman Nihat calls almost every day through his walkie-talkie, to indicate that the forests around the watchtower are not on fire. But in truth a lot is on fire in this indictment of conservative, patriarchal Turkey. Pelin Esmer does not package her fierce social realism in a noisy or emphatic statement. She chooses a subtle character study, presenting her themes more powerfully through the personal drama of Nihat and Seher. Nihat is a man with a guilt complex. He lost his wife and daughter in a car crash. Young Seher carries a scandal in her belly: a baby she doesn’t want. They have both withdrawn into a hiding place (him in the tower, her in a cellar), but fate decides that their paths will cross. Cautious overtures follow. Far from the inhabited world, in misty forests, they turn out to be able to help each other as no one else can. It’s obvious from her direct and honest style that Esmer had previously made documentaries. She isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. This forms a sharp contrast to the profound silence within Seher’s family. The cover-up is alive and well, not only among male chauvinists, but also their subservient wives. But behind the walls is where it hurts, as Esmer reveals in this powerful film.
Grazentv presenteert: IFFR 2013 – Interview met filmmaker Marcelo Lordello en actrice Maria Luiza Tavares.
IFFR 2013 – Interview with filmmaker Marcelo Lordello and lead actress Maria Luiza Tavares on the occasion of the viewing of “They’ll come back (Eles Voltam)” on the 42nd IFFR.
Cris and Peu are thrown out of a car. That marks the start of a brief ramble through northwestern Brazil. In this modern fable, an upper-class teenager learns to see the world from a different perspective.
For all its simplicity, the opening scene is extremely effective. From a great distance, we see a car stop by the side of the road in the middle of a panoramic landscape of hills. Two figures get out of the car. We don’t know why and can’t make any judgement. They turn out to be Cris (12) and her slightly older brother who – rightly or wrongly – have been ordered out of the car by their parents. They don’t know where they are; initially they assume that their parents will come back for them.
In beautiful shots by cameraman Ivo Lopes Araújo, the film then shows the adventures of an upper-class teenager whose eyes slowly open on her quest for familiar territory: she realises who she is, where she comes from and in which country she lives.
In his first fiction film after several documentaries, Marcelo Lordello shows a journey that is certainly universal for adolescents, but here subtly moves through a country that despite – or precisely because of – the rapid economic developments, is confronted with major contrasts between the classes.
They’ll Come Back, which has already won several prizes at the festival in Brasilia, makes it clear that the creativity of filmmakers from Recife and Pernambuco is still going strong: among those previously successful in Rotterdam are Cláudio Assis, Gabriel Mascaro, Marcelo Gomes and Kleber Mendonça.
Grazentv presenteert: Beeldend kunstenaar Florian van Rooij.
Rick messemaker en Rolf Versteegh bezochten de Rotterdamse beeldend kunstenaar Florian van Rooij op zijn atelier.
Grazentv presenteert: IFFR 2013 – Interview with filmmaker Sebastián Hofmann
IFFR 2013 – Interview with Sebastián Hofmann on the occasion of the viewing of “Halley” on the 42nd IFFR.
Beto is dead and can no longer hide this with make-up and perfume. Life stops. For zombies too, at some stage. But before we get that far, Beto experiences a special friendship with the vivacious Luly. Contemporary Gothic story with an unusual twist.
Comets that circle the sun in less than 200 years have a sell-by date. That also applies for Halley’s Comet, the best-known in our solar system, which was first described in 466 BC and which appears every 76 years. Until the sun swallows it up and its seemingly eternal life comes to an end.
Just like Halley, Alberto’s days are numbered. He has been dead for years, but can no longer hide the fact. Perfume and make-up don’t help to mask his physical decline; the end is now final for this silent zombie. He decides to withdraw from life, which for him primarily consists of working as a night watchman in a 24-hour gym and gazing at the TV in a cheerless flat. His manager Luly, however, takes an interest in him and takes him out. The rather stiff friendship that emerges ensures an unexpected upturn in Alberto’s condition in the autumn of his undead existence.
At a fitting pace, Sebastián Hofmann shows us the world through the eyes of a zombie in decline, like a dislocating echoing-well filled with fading Christmas lights. There is not much contact between Alberto and his living neighbour. Yet Hofmann has no trouble in bridging the gap with the viewer. Halley is a contemporary Gothic story without spectacle, but with plenty of compassion.
Grazentv presenteert: IFFR 2013 – Interview with filmmaker Guido van Driel
IFFR 2013 – Interview Guido van Driel, director of “De wederopstanding van een klootzak” (The Resurrection of a bastard).
The Resurrection of a Bastard is the feature debut by Amsterdam artist, graphic novelist and filmmaker Guido van Driel, based on his own graphic novel Om mekaar in Dokkum from 2004. The dialogues are challenging, the photography beautiful. Yorick van Wageningen is wonderful as the transforming Ronnie; the Dutch actor Jeroen Willems, who died on 3 December 2012, plays an impressive supporting role as a merciless gangster. Official Opening Film IFFR 2013.
Grazentv presenteert: IFFR 2013 – Interview with filmmakers Mohsen and Maysam Makhmabaf
Interview on the occasion of the viewing of ‘The Gardener/ Bagheban’ (2012) on the 42nd IFFR
Filmmaker Mohsen Makhmabaf is one of the frontrunners of Iranian post 1979 cinema. For the viewing of his film ‘The Gardener’ (2012) which he made together with his son Maysam, he was on the 42nd International Filmfestival Rotterdam. There we interviewed them.About his film which was made in and around a Bahai Garden in Haifa.
Short Bio: Mohsen Makhmalbaf was born in 1957. Was imprisoned under the regime of the former Shah. Became a proponent of the Iranian revolution and was one of the fist filmmakers that could film under Islamic regime. He was the writer of some 30 books, maker of some 20 highly acclaimed films and teacher in his own Makhmalbaf Teheran Film school. Through the years he became more and more critical of the regime. With the coming of the renewed conservative regime of president Ahmedinejad in 2005 he left the country. Since that time he continues his work outside Iran. Also his wife, their daughters Hana (‘Budda collapsed out of shame’) and Samira (‘The Apple’) and his son Maysam (‘The Gardener’) are known filmmakers.
GrazenTV presenteert “Buy Bye Kunstveiling”.
Op Tweede Kerstdag bent u welkom bij een unieke eindejaars kunstveiling, georganiseerd door de Rotterdamse kunstenaars Henk Tas en Ad Schouten. De veiling toont een selectie van kunst die het Centrum Beeldende Kunst de afgelopen maanden aan de kunstenaars heeft teruggegeven: kunst uit de jaren zeventig tot negentig, afkomstig uit het gemeentedepot. Zo kunt u hier voor een toegankelijke prijs werk kopen van bijvoorbeeld John van ‘t Slot, Charly van Rest, Eveline Visser, Henk Tas en Kees Spermon.
Met deze veiling willen Tas en Schouten deze kunst een tweede kans geven. Tegelijkertijd is het een statement: het bewijs dat de aankopen destijds wel degelijk van waarde zijn geweest. Iedereen die op zoek is naar een goed kunstwerk is welkom op een gelegenheidslocatie aan het Rijnhoutplein 3 in Rotterdam (naast de Nieuwe Binnenweg).
De kijk- en koopdagen beginnen vandaag: ze duren van woensdag 19 t/m zondag 23 december van 14 — 18u., vrijdag 21 december 17 — 21u.
De veiling: woensdag 26 december 13 — 18u., Rijnhoutplein 3.
GrazenTV presenteert “Het Bombardement”.
Ronald Glasbergen sprak met regisseur Ate de Jong en hoofdrolspelers Jan Smit, Roos van Erkel, Mike Weerts en Gerard Cox over de nieuwe nederlandse speelfilm “Het Bombardement”.
Grazen # 15 presenteert “Over het maken”.
Rick Messemaker en Rolf Versteegh gingen kijken bij Andre vd Weijdeven, het HIER/DAAR project van het CBK en 5 papieren bootjes van Florentijn Hofman.
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Beeldend kunstenaar Andre vd Weijdeven.
HIER/DAAR van het CBK
5 papieren bootjes van Florentijn Hofman