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Sådanset - Malibu Arts Journal: Mid October Issue, 2008

Source: The Malibu Arts Journal
Categories: Reviews
Our thanks to The Malibu Arts Journal for sending us the images from their mid October issue which features photography from Viggo Denmark Sådanset exhibit.

Click on images to enlarge.

You will also find that the Malibu Arts Journal has a top of the line website. You can see that one of their most popular features is photography by Henry Mortensen, and if you listen closely, you will hear Viggo's Danube Poem playing in the background. A great website.

Visit the Malibu Arts Journal Homepage.

Visit the Malibu Arts Journal feature on Sådanset.

© The Malibu Arts Journal. Images © Viggo Mortensen. Used by permission.

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Nice Interview from Rio

Source: Globo News

Here is a great interveiw from Rio when viggo was there promoting Good at the Rio Film Festival.

Beware of **SPOILERS**

You can view the video here.

© GloboNews.

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Appaloosa Press Conference: Rome International Film Festival

Found By: Paradise
Categories: Movie Promotions

Our thanks to Paradise for surfacing today's Appaloosa Press Conference in Rome.

You can view the press conference here at

© 2001 - 2008 Anicaflash S.r.l.

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First Images from Rome

Source: Jamd
Categories: Movie Promotions
The first images from the Rome Film Festival are from the Apploosa photo call. Our thanks to kinseymill.

Images © Jamd.

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Source: CIFF.
Found By: Alma
Categories: Award Ceremonies

Our thanks to Alma for bringing us the details on Wednesdays events in Chicago.


Wednesday, October 29, 2008
The Harris Theater | 205 E. Randolph

Join actor Viggo Mortensen, director Vicente Amorim and
actor Jason Issacs at the premiere!

GOOD stars Oscar® nominee Viggo Mortensen (A History of Violence, Eastern Promises) in an extraordinary change-of-pace role as John Halder, a good, decent individual with family problems. A German literature professor in the 1930s, Halder explores his personal circumstances in a novel advocating compassionate euthanasia. When the book is unexpectedly enlisted by powerful political figures in support of government propaganda, Halder finds his career rising in an optimistic current of nationalism and prosperity. Yet with Halder's change in fortune, his seemingly inconsequential decisions potentially jeopardize the people in his life with devastating effects. Based on the acclaimed play by C.P. Taylor. 96 min.

Renowned television journalist Bill Kurtis will host the evening, beginning with a selection of film highlights celebrating Mortensen's career and the presentation of the Career Achievement Award. Following this will be the U.S. Premiere of GOOD.

6:00PM | Red Carpet Arrivals
7:00PM | Guest presentation and premiere of GOOD

Film tickets:
members: $30/balcony; $35/floor
non-members: $35/balcony; $40/floor

For event and ticket information, visit (312-332-FILM)
or (312-902-1500)

The 44th Chicago International Film Festival runs October 16-29.
Chicago International Film Festival

30 E. Adams St., Suite 800
Chicago, Illinois 60603
telephone: 312-683-0121 | |

© Chicago InternationFilm Festival. Images © OddLot.

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