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Links 1 through 10 of 832 by Rochus Wolff tagged film

Child assassins are quite different from the overall category of child killers. And while two recent films in two subsequent spring movie seasons that feature child assassins, Kick-Ass and Hanna, hardly constitute a trope as far-reaching as child killers in horror films, they do seem to be rising with their own rules of representation that constitute a possible emerging trend of their own.

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Child assassins are quite different from the overall category of child killers. And while two recent films in two subsequent spring movie seasons that feature child assassins, Kick-Ass and Hanna, hardly constitute a trope as far-reaching as child killers in horror films, they do seem to be rising with their own rules of representation that constitute a possible emerging trend of their own.

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An excerpt from Sir J. Thurgood Snorpington-Pittwickett’s classic “Sexual Tyrannosaurus: ‘Predator’ and the masculine struggle with homosexual self-identity,” first published in the 1988 Journal of Psychosexuality and Cinematical Hermeneutics 6, p. 122-254. (<a href="http://www.fuenf-filmfreunde.de/2011/04/12/the-sexual-subtext-of-%E2%80%9Epredator%E2%80%9C/">via</a>)

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An excerpt from Sir J. Thurgood Snorpington-Pittwickett’s classic “Sexual Tyrannosaurus: ‘Predator’ and the masculine struggle with homosexual self-identity,” first published in the 1988 Journal of Psychosexuality and Cinematical Hermeneutics 6, p. 122-254. (<a href="http://www.fuenf-filmfreunde.de/2011/04/12/the-sexual-subtext-of-%E2%80%9Epredator%E2%80%9C/">via</a>)

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Ein Round-Table-Gespräch in der Deutschen Filmakademie zur aktuellen Lage in den deutschen Kinos. Am Nachmittag des 8. März 2011 trafen sich Manuela Stehr (Produzentin/Verleiherin), Herbert Schwering (Produzent), Jan Schütte (Regisseur/ Direktor der dffb) und Rüdiger Suchsland (Filmjournalist) zu einem Gespräch über den Zustand und Ideen für die Zukunft des deutschen Kinos. Die Gesprächsleitung hatten Alfred Holighaus (GF der Deutschen Filmakademie) und Linda Söffker (Leiterin der Perspektive Deutsches Kino, Berlinale).

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Ein Round-Table-Gespräch in der Deutschen Filmakademie zur aktuellen Lage in den deutschen Kinos. Am Nachmittag des 8. März 2011 trafen sich Manuela Stehr (Produzentin/Verleiherin), Herbert Schwering (Produzent), Jan Schütte (Regisseur/ Direktor der dffb) und Rüdiger Suchsland (Filmjournalist) zu einem Gespräch über den Zustand und Ideen für die Zukunft des deutschen Kinos. Die Gesprächsleitung hatten Alfred Holighaus (GF der Deutschen Filmakademie) und Linda Söffker (Leiterin der Perspektive Deutsches Kino, Berlinale).

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