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BBC News
Apr 29, 2017 1:30pm BST
shows disrespect to china, and the japanese premier says it is a serious challenge to the international community. now on bbc news, talking movies, from the tribeca film festival hello, welcome to special tribeca film festival edition of talking movies. i'm tom brook. in today's programme, with sections on gaming, television and virtual reality, is tribeca moving away from being just a film festival? we will always be about film. that's without question. that's in our dna. but this was a festival in which the wonders of virtual reality were fully on display. you sit in a movie theatre and a character turns and looks at the camera, they call that breaking the fourth wall. but in vr, there are no walls. plus, tribeca had movies from around the world. a father—son relationship drama set in china and a story of women's emancipation in switzerland in the 1970s. they actually had these arguments in the 1970s. they were, like, if women do politics, it's apocalypse. then there were tribeca's political films for politically charged, confusing times. we are living in a surreal time. i just don'
BBC News
Mar 19, 2017 9:30pm GMT
of a bigger phenomenon of economically privileged students from china on study abroad programmes in the us. there is an enormous wave of chinese students coming to the us and to other parts of the world who seek higher education so they can experience american culture and learn the language. the goal for most of these students is to go to college in the us and afterwords it is more of an open question mark — do they go back or stay? maineland touches on the differences between chinese and american culture. it is the subject matter familiar to the director because she grew up in china and moved to the us when she was 13. in herfilm, stella porders how the concept of happiness varies between the two countries. she talks about how the chinese happiness is different from the american happiness. in america a lot of times people go to a sports game and feel really happy but in china most people just do not... there has to be some kind of basic, fundamental security... like financial security before people can really feel like they can allow themselves to be truly happy and i think in so
BBC News
Apr 29, 2017 12:30am BST
drama set in china, and the story of women's emancipation in switzerland in the 1970s. bexley had these arguments in the 1970s. they were, like, if women do politics it is apocalypse. then there were tribeca's political films, apocalypse. then there were tribeca's politicalfilms, the politically charged confusing times. we are living in a surreal time, i just don't know what to make of it. and a feature on people for whom the environment make them ill. all that and more in the special tribeca film festival edition of talking movies. new york's landmark radio city music hall is home to the world—famous synchronised dance is known as the rockettes. but this year it has also played host to launch of a rather different kind of showbiz robert de niro's tribeca film festival. different kind of showbiz robert de niro's tribeca film festivallj different kind of showbiz robert de niro's tribeca film festival. i have learned through the years that clive really has a weakness for artists. documentary profile of legendary american musical executive clive davis opened the festival, a man who
BBC News
May 29, 2017 11:30am BST
, it is part of a development which i think cause concern. china has reacted by saying the situation is complicated and encouraging north korea to create conditions for a return to talks. is that all that china can do or say? it seems all it is prepared to say. incidentally, there is also a statement from the russian national news agency warning that this is a dangerous development but also almost pleading for caution and not be rushed response. as far as china is concerned, it has more influence. there is evidence that it has been tightening economic sanctions on north korea. its problem is twofold. if the worst came to the worst and there was any kind of major conflict which hopefully would fall short of the use of nuclear weapons, that could still lead to millions of north koreans fleeing into china. it is an added problem the chinese do not want. more than that, in the long term, they do not want to see a unified berlin chiller more or less under western influence, so what they want is a slow, steady possibly peaceful transition to a more open and mixed economy society. it's a ta
BBC News
Apr 30, 2017 4:30pm BST
relationship drama set in china and a story of women's emancipation in switzerland in the 1970s. they actually had these arguments in the 1970s. they were, like, if women do politics, it's apocalypse. then there were tribeca's political films for politically charged, confusing times. we are living in a surreal time. i just don't know what to make of it. and a tribeca documentary on people for whom the environment makes them ill. all that and more in this special tribeca film festival edition of talking movies. new york's landmark radio city music hall is home to the world—famous synchronised danceers known as the rockettes. but this year it's also played host to the launch of a rather different kind of showbiz act, robert de niro‘s tribeca film festival. i've learned through the years that clive really has a weakness for artists. a documentary profile of legendary american music executive clive davis opened the festival, a man whose influenced the careers of such artists as barry manilow, patti smith, bruce springsteen, aretha franklin, whitney houston and many more. that he's sti
BBC News
Mar 19, 2017 10:30am GMT
stay? culture. it is the subject matter familiar to the director because she grew up in china and moved to the us when she was 13. in herfilm, stella porders how the concept of happiness varies between the two countries. she talks about how the chinese happiness is different from the american happiness. in america a lot of times people go to a sports game and feel really happy but in china most people just do not... there has to be some kind of basic, fundamental security... allow themselves to be truly happy and i think in some ways she appreciates elements of the american... that sort of carefreeness. maineland shows that for these chinese students, they had this idealistic american dream which is you can probably become wealthy, have a nice life here. but in a lot of ways, they are worse than china. maintandtookethreesy‘earsflrmake the direetartetsithedfiseals speak for themselves. at south by southwest, it won an award for excellence in 0bservational humour. in 0bservational cinema. i watched a famous movie called high school musical and decided 0ne austin resident who loomed la
BBC News
Mar 19, 2017 3:30am GMT
sixteen and johnny b goode. china's president xi is due to meet us secretary of state rex tillerson in beijing for talks about the military threat from north korea. state media in the north says the country has successfully tested french prosecutors say a man who was shot dead by security forces at a paris airport was trying to grab a soldier's weapon. the police say the man was radicalised while in prison for drugs offences and was known to the intelligence services. an anti—terror investigation is under way. now tom brook has all the latest news and reviews from the world of cinema in this special edition of talking movies. in today's programme, the festival's opening night film from a visionary american director. ice/siteen—e $555?! 6 l??? politically charged times. americanmu slim and ralscszthe avezage! american mexican immigrant. "the most hated woman in america". a rat nibbled the egg and let the light in. overwhelms the city. this year. the nine=da¥ film portion! !t is very mucha legislate, —— , ,, ,, by rooney mara and ryan gosling. portrayed by michael fassbender.
Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)