Dorval Films: Latest film news worldwide

Stay up to date with the latest worldwide film news when you read about it here at Dorval Films. Find out now. The latest film news around the world are the following:

  • THE BATTLE OF SODOM In August 2005, a documentary film crew in the Palestinian city of Bethlehem filmed a scene from Mel Gibson’s highly anticipated new movie, “The Passion of the Christ”. It was their attempt to document Jesus’ final hours before his crucifixion. But this was not to be an easy task – as we can see from the footage. Filming for the film had to take place secretly and the director, Mark Romanek, explains the challenges he faced: “A man called Jesus is hanging on a cross. A Roman soldier steps forward and says ‘I’ve been told to crucify him. He doesn’t have to be crucified, but that’s what I’m told to do.’ And then we cut. We’re standing there, and there’s a very tense silence. In that moment of silence you realize that what’s at stake here is the future of humanity and the future of life itself.” “The Passion of the Christ” has had quite an effect on the Christian world, but also among those who don’t claim to be religious. Many are convinced that the scene will become an unforgettable image in history. The trailer has already been seen by many millions of people around the globe.
  • Film News and Articles

You can be sure that any movie-related article on this website is going to include a mention of how popular and critically acclaimed films have been. That’s because they really have. They are also going to feature a few pieces of film news. They might even provide a few film news and articles as well. But those things don’t necessarily need to happen. You can read through them and come up with your own conclusions and assessments. There’s no reason not to.

This week, we’re going to focus on some of the best documentaries that have been made in the past ten years. Some of them are award-winning films. Some of them are not. We’re going to try to help you decide which is which. It’s a matter of opinion. We’re also going to give you a few film news headlines as well. That will make the reading easier for you.

There are plenty of reasons why we’re doing this. Not all the documentaries are going to be equally enjoyable. That’s why it’s best to take a look at the ones that you like and you think are worth watching.

  •  New Zealand – ‘Narcos’ and ‘The Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies’ (2014.

A few weeks ago, we showed you that “Narcos” was an original idea from Mexico, inspired by the story of Pablo Escobar, one of the most notorious criminals in history. At the same time, we also shared some info about the other four films in “The Hobbit” franchise, and today, we’re finally going to tell you about the third and fourth chapters.