Take 100

The Future of Film: 100 New Directors


Take 100 presents an emerging generation of the most talented filmmakers around the world.


Cameron Bailey and Piers Handling, Trevor Groth, Kim Dong-Ho, Li Cheuk-to, Frédéric Maire, Marco Müller, Olivier Père, Azize Tan, Christoph Terhechte, Sergio Wolf


Editions:

Price: USD$75.00



Look Inside
Take 100

Overview
  • An unparalleled survey featuring 100 of the most exceptional emerging film directors from around the world selected by 10 internationally prominent film festival directors
  • Showcases one film by each director from the last five years, accompanied by several film stills, on-set photographs, posters, and more, as well as an essay by the curator
  • A unique sourcebook introducing the best in upcoming film talent directing in every film genre
  • Featured directors and films from countries as diverse as China, Israel, Mexico, Canada, India, Romania, Algeria, Russia, France, and the U.S.



Specifications

About the book
Take 100 is an unprecedented compendium of the most promising emerging film directors from around the world. We asked the artistic directors of ten prestigious film festivals to each nominate ten of the best emerging film directors working today. The result: an exceptional look at global contemporary filmmaking. The 100 featured directors have all recently come to international attention for their contribution to cinema and represent countries as diverse as China, Israel, Mexico, Algeria, India, Romania, and Canada. The festival directors-curators include: Cameron Bailey and Piers Handling (Toronto); Trevor Groth (Sundance); Dong-Ho Kim (Pusan); Cheuk-to Li (Hong Kong); Frédéric Maire (Locarno); Marco Müller (Venice); Christoph Terhechte (Berlin); Azize Tan (Istanbul); and Sergio Wolf (Buenos Aires).

Whether you are a film professional or a casual movie-goer, Take 100 will guide you through today's must-see films and directors not to miss. Some of the directors and their films will be well-known – Sarah Polley (Away from Her), Ari Folman (Waltz with Bashir), Carlos Reygadas (Silent Light), Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (The Lives of Others) – and others are just beginning to burst onto the scene – Gianfranco Rossi (Below Sea Level), So Yong Kim (In Between Days), Takahashi Izumi (The Soup, One Morning). Take 100 is a must-have for anyone who loves film and wants to be the first to know who are the newest directors to watch, and what are the films making the biggest impact in the world of film today.

Arranged alphabetically by director, the book explores the work of each director through the close analysis of one key film featured on two spreads, providing the reader with detailed information about each film and its author through film stills, on-set photographs, posters, and an original essay written by the nominating curator. Ranging in genres from drama to crime to documentary to animation, from big-budget studio films to one-man productions, the selected films are a cross-section of the most promising and daring cinematographic creations from around the globe. Additionally, each curator discusses one classic film which has influenced contemporary cinema, accompanied by a still from the film.

The directors and films featured in Take 100 are pushing the boundaries in the field of filmmaking - whether through exploring taboo subject matter, inventing new animation technology, or combining an intelligent drama with a classic horror flick – these are films you won't want to miss, made by directors you'll be hearing about for years to come.


 

About the author(s)
Olivier Père is a former director of the Cannes Directors Fortnight.

Frédéric Maire is the former director of the Locarno International Film Festival, Switzerland.

Kim Dong-Ho is director of the Pusan International Film Festival, South Korea.

Sergio Wolf is director of the Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente.

Piers Handling and Cameron Bailey are co-directors of theToronto International Film Festival.

Li Cheuk-to is director of the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Trevor Groth is the director of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

Azize Tan is the director of the International Istanbul Film Festival.

Marco Müller is the director of the Venice International Film Festival.

Christoph Terhechte is the director of the International Forum of New Cinema at the Berlin International Film Festival.


NEW TITLES

Shiro Kuramata
Sicily
Joel Meyerowitz: Taking My Time
Chris Johanson
Collecting Art for Love, Money and More
René Burri: Impossible Reminiscences
Where Chefs Eat
Vitamin D2
Art and Queer Culture
Francis Bacon
David Smith
Andy Warhol