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Michael Katz (II)
VP, International Programming & Production
: A+E Networks International
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For Michael Haneke, whose “Amour” took home the foreign-language Oscar, the road to the Dolby Theater began in Cannes, where the stark drama won the Palme d'Or. So it was appropriate to see the…
Producer Veit Heiduschka of Vienna-based Wega Film not only helped launch the cinematic career of Oscar-nominated helmer Michael Haneke but also continues to play an instrumental role in defining new…
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Michael Haneke's autumnal drama "Amour" dominated nominations for this year's European Film Awards - Europe's equivalent of the Oscars - scoring in six categories.
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Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
Every family is unhappy in its own way, as Tolstoy famously noted, though the unhappiness of the Turkish immigrant family in "Kuma" seems to suggest that some fictional clans suffer from narrative…