Sunday, December 11, 2011

Variety uncovers Company directors to look at

Variety has introduced its 10 Company directors to look at list, representing up-and-coming helmers whose early work indicates promising careers ahead.The selection includes Zal Batmanglij ("Seem of My Voice"), Valerie Donzelli ("Promise of War"), Gareth Evans ("The Raid"), Philippe Falardeau ("Monsieur Lazhar"), Gerardo Naranjo ("Miss Bala"), Matt Piedmont ("Casa p mi padre"), Michael R. Roskam ("Bullhead"), Lynn Shelton ("Your Sister's Sister"), Benh Zeitlin ("Monsters from the Southern Wild") and filmmaking duo Mike "Mouse" McCoy and Scott Waugh, also known as the "Bandito Siblings," former stuntmen whose "Act of Valor" stars actual Navy Closes inside a ground-breaking actioner.Four from the helmers were also drawn on to represent their house nations within the Oscar language category: Donzelli's French "War" was selected for that opening evening slot of Experts Week at Cannes Canadian Falardeau lately gained the crowd prize for "Monsieur Lazhar" in the Whistler film fest Naranjo revealed Mexican thriller "Miss Bala" at Cannes and Roskam's Belgian debut "Bullhead" continues to be winning awards at both art- and genre-film fests.A number of the flicks continue to be traveling the festival circuit. A minimum of five will screen in the Palm Springs sprocket opera the following month, while later in The month of january, another five are going to Sundance, where Zeitlin's "Monsters" is placed to preem in narrative competition.Profiles from the company directors can look in Daily Variety on Jan. 6. Contact Peter Debruge at

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