“Cannes [award for the role in ‘The Hunt’] was a very, very big experience for me. I can’t overestimate how much it meant for me in the sense that I can’t really measure it in terms of career. But while we didn’t make the film for awards, I would be a liar to say that we don’t cherish it when we get a nice pat on the back. I was really happy that day [in Cannes] and so, so proud of the film.”

- Mads Mikkelsen about his Best Actor award

Robert Pattinson will be in attendance for the premiere of the Lost City of Z at the Berlinale Film Festival. Based on David Grann’s bestselling novel, the movie tells the tale of Lieutenant Colonel Percy Fawcett, the British military-man-turned-explorer whose search for a lost city deep in the Amazon grows into an increasingly feverish, decades-long magnificent obsession. This will be Robert’s third visit to the Berlinale Film Festival. Having previously attended in 2012 for Bel Ami, and making a return visit in 2015 for Anton Corbijn’s James Dean’s biographical drama, Life. We should also note that this will be Rob’s fourth major international film festival exposure. Most recently attending the 2016 WW premier for the Lost City of Z at the New York Film Festival, where it enjoyed the prestigious closing night slot. He also walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival twice. The first time was in 2012 for David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis, and putting in double duty in 2014 for David Michôd’s Australian dystopian drama, the Rover and Cronenberg’s classic, Maps to the Stars. Finally, he also attended the Toronto Film Festival in 2014 for Maps to the Stars.

He won the Best Actor Award in Cannes in 2012. But does he think that it necessarily helps him in his career?
“I don’t sure that it’s like ‘because I won the Palme I get the role’. It is good if someone had not heard of me, and find me interesting because I won the award, and begin to watch my films. But for myself it helps. There are many rainy days in our job, both physically and mentally. And then it’s nice to be able to look back and say: 'At least I’m not fuck up this!’” - says Mads Mikkelsen.


Michael Haneke - The Piano Teacher (La Pianiste), (2001) | Photography | Film; film-stills; 120 minutes, Country: France Austria, Language: French |

Michael Haneke (German pronunciation: [ˈhaːnəkə]; born 23 March 1942) is an Austrian filmmaker and screenwriter best known for his bleak and disturbing style. His films often document problems and failures in modern society. Haneke has worked in television‚ theatre and cinema. He is also known for raising social issues in his work. Besides working as a filmmaker he also teaches directing at the Filmacademy Vienna.At the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, his film The White Ribbon won the Palme d'Or for best film, and at the 67th Golden Globe Awards the film won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In 2012, his film Amour premiered and competed at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The film would go on to win the Palme d'Or, making it his second win of the prestigious award in three years and putting him in an elite club of only seven with the likes of Francis Ford Coppola. The film received five Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Actress in a Leading Role for Emmanuelle Riva. It won in the category of Best Foreign Language Film. Haneke has made films in French, German and in English.


May 24, 2012 attending the 2012 amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Hotel Du Cap in Cap D'Antibes, France

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