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MyFrenchFilmFestival, 10th edition! Film Selection and International Jury

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This morning, in the UniFrance headquarters in Paris, Daniela Elstner and Serge Toubiana revealed the official selection and jury members of this 10th edition.

 

Members of the International Jury 

Ira Sachs, American director (Frankie), President of the Jury of this 10th edition!

The International Jury is also composed of French actress Agathe Bonitzer (Blonde Animals, Isadora’s Children…), French actress and director Judith Davis (Whatever Happened to My Revolution), Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante (The Weeping Woman), American director and actor Brady Corbet (Funny Games, Sils Maria, Vox Lux), and Czech animated film director Michaela Pavlátová (Repete, Tram).

 

 

 

Film selection

 

Organised for several years in eight thematic sections mixing shorts and feature films, MyFrenchFilmFestival offers “Internet festivalgoers” around the world the chance to discover poignant, talented and innovative French and Francophone cinema, from 16 January to 16 February 2020.

 

IS THIS REAL? (competition)

 

 

 

SAVAGE, by Vincent Mariette, French feature film

Jessica Forever, by Caroline Poggi & Jonathan Vinel, French feature film

THE GLORIOUS ACCEPTANCE OF Nicolas Chauvin, by Benjamin Crotty, French short film

Diversion, by Mathieu Mégemont, French short film

THE NIGHT OF THE PLASTIC BAGS, by Gabriel Harel, French short film

 

SAY CHEESE! (competition)

 

 

 

HOLY TOUR, by Méryl Fortunat-Rossi & Valéry Rosier, Belgian feature film

THE BARE NECESSITY, by Erwan Le Duc, French feature film

BY A HAIR, by Lauriane Escaffre & Yvonnick Muller, French short film

MAGNETIC HARVEST, by Marine Levéel, French short film

 

ON THE FRONTLINE (competition)

 

 

 

TO THE ENDS OF THE WORLD, by Guillaume Nicloux, French feature film

ESCAPE FROM RAQQA, by Emmanuel Hamon, French feature film

THE ATOMIC ADVENTURE, by Loïc Barché, French short film

 

 

 

ALL ABOUT WOMEN (competition)

 

 

 

 

MOTHERS’ INSTINCT, by Olivier Masset-Depasse, Belgian feature film

THE SWALLOWS OF KABUL, by Zabou Breitman & Éléa Gobbé-Mévellec, French feature film

DUE WEST, by Alice Douard, French short film

A SISTER, by Delphine Girard, Belgian short film

and

WITH THE WIND, by Bettina Oberli, Swiss feature film out of competition

 

TEEN SPIRIT (competition)

 

 

 

SCHOOL’S OUT, by Sébastien Marnier, French feature film

METEorites, by Romain Laguna, French feature film

AHMED’S SONG, by Foued Mansour, French short film

RAIN RAIN RUN AWAY, by Clémentine Carrié, French short film

           

MY LITTLE ZOO (out of competition)

 

 

After the rain, by Valérian Desterne, Juan Olarte Zúñiga, Carlos Osmar Salazar Tornero, Lucile Palomino, Juan Pablo de la Rosa Zalamea, Céline Collin & Rebecca Black, French short film

SAM’S DREAM, by Nölwenn Roberts, French short film

Stuffed, by Edouard Heutte, Clotilde Bonnotte, Elise Simoulin, Anna Komaromi, Marisa Di Vora Peixeto & Helena Bastioni, French short film

A TIGER WITH NO STRIPES, by Raùl Robin Morales Reyes, French short film

Turbopéra, by Fabien Meyran, Benoît de Geyer d’Orth, Antoine Marchand & Paul-Eugène d’Annaud, French short film         

 

 

NEW HORIZONS (out of competition)

 

 

THE SCREAM, by Sandra Paugam & Charles Ayats, virtual reality

ISLE OF THE DEAD, by Benjamin Nuel, virtual reality

A BAR AT THE Folies-BergÈre, by Gabrielle Lissot, virtual reality

           

SPECIAL SCREENINGS (out of competition)

 

CRACK 6T, by Jean-François Richet, French feature film

DON’T BE TIGHT, by Yassine Qnia, French short film

 

 

Five prizes will be awarded at the end of the festival

 

The International Jury will meet in Paris during the festival to choose the feature film that will win a prize of €15,000 (for the director, producer and the exporter).

 

The Lacoste Audience Awards are granted by Internet users all over the world, invited to vote on the festival platform for their favourite short film and feature film.

 

The International Press Awards are granted by a jury of foreign journalists.

This year: Rodrigo Fonseca from the Jornal do Brasil (Brazil), Edmée Cuttat from the Tribune de Genève (Switzerland), Alessandra de Luca from Ciak (Italy), Fernand Denis from La Libre Belgique (Belgium) and Mariam Schaghaghi, freelance film journalist (Germany), will meet in Paris during the festival to vote for their favourite feature film and short film.

 

Short films will be accessible for free worldwide, while feature films will be available on demand for €1.99 (or €7.99 for a pack).

 

 

MyFrenchFilmFestival is organised by UniFrance, the organisation in charge of promoting French cinema throughout the world.

 

With the support of: CNC, French Ministry of Culture, French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Institut Français, Lacoste, TitraFilm, Air France, Wallonie Bruxelles Images, Swiss Films, AEFE, Le Monde, TV5 Monde, Variety, France Médias Monde, AlloCiné, AdoroCinema, SensaCine, SensaCine México, Filmstarts, El País, CIAK, Quadro por Quadro, Corre Camara, Under the Milky Way, Orange

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