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Un Certain Regard awards

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  Un Certain Regard 2012 presented 20 films directed by 26 directors hailing from 17 different countries. Four of the works were first films. Presided over by Tim ROTH (actor, director), the Jury was comprised of Leïla BEKHTI (actress), Sylvie PRAS (head of cinema - Centre Pompidou Paris, artistic director - La Rochelle Festival), Tonie MARSHALL (director, producer) and Luciano MONTEAGUDO (critic - Pagina/12 - Buenos Aires). “This was an extraordinarily strong group of fi...

Making Fuck Off by Fred Poulet joins the Official Selection

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Making Fuck Off by Fred Poulet is joining the Official Selection. It will be presented in Special Screening on May, 21th at 21pm in the Buñuel theatre. Macking Fuck off is a super 8 mm documentary about the shooting of Mammuth. Directed by Benoit Delépine and Gustave Kervern, Mammuth which released in France last April 21st stars Gérard Depardieu, Isabelle Adjani, Anna Mouglalis and Yolande Moreau. Fred Poulet, whose first  work was Subsitute in 2006, says about his last film: “On...

Making Fuck Off by Fred Poulet is joining the Official Selection

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It will be presented in Special Screening on May, 21th at 21pm in the Buñuel theatre. Macking Fuck off is a super 8 mm documentary about the shooting of Mammuth. Directed by Benoit Delépine and Gustave Kervern, Mammuth which released in France last April 21st stars Gérard Depardieu, Isabelle Adjani, Anna Mouglalis and Yolande Moreau.Fred Poulet, whose first work was Subsitute in 2006, says about his last film: “One day, I went to see « Aaltra » in a theatre, I was afraid to look at a thu...

Unifrance takes French films around the world: December 2008

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A review of French films at festivals (selections, awards) and funding support for commercial release in December 2008.   Festivals: delegations, selections, and awards (feature films) Unifrance accompanied French artists attending the following 5 film festivals: The 2008 Beirut International Film Festival, the 2008 French Cinepanorama in Hong Kong, the 2008 Jakarta International Film Festival, the 2008 French Cinema Today Festival in Russia, and the 2008 Dubai Int...

IndieLisboa complete line up of 130 films and shorts

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IndieLisboa 2005 will be held from 21st April until 1st May, in Lisbon.There will be 11 feature films and 30 short-films in competition.This year, IndieLisboa will present a total of 130 films, within which 48 are feature films and 82 shorts. From Europe were selected 63 films (excluding the Portuguese), from the United States and Canada 11 films, Australia and New Zeland are represented with a film each. From Middle East, IndieLisboa has chosen 2 films, meanwhile from Asia (which comprehends Ch...

Fipresci prizes at recent festival

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The Prize of the International Criticsat the Festivals of Vienna, London, Valladolid, Kiev, Geneva, CottbusVienna (Austria, October 15-27, 2004). Prize, ex aequo: "Los Muertos" by Lisandro Alonso (Argentina, 2004), and "Down to the Bone" by Debra Granik (USA, 2004). Jury: Dana Linssen, The Netherlands, Gabe Klinger, US, H.C. Leitich, Austria. London (UK, October 20 - November 4, 2004). Prize: "Aaltra" by Benoit Delépine and Gustave Kervern (Belgium, 2003). Jury: Michel Ciment, France, Ernesto G...

Transilvania Fest awards

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The Transilvania International Film Festival ended atmospherically at the National Theatre in Cluj. Special guests, press, public and staff of came to celebrate the winners of the 3rd edition of the biggest film festival in Romania. Cluj was for nine days the Romanian capital of film: 80 titles were screened from 30 countries and more than 280 guests participated at the Festival. Attendance figures indicate a record of 20 000 viewers with open-air screenings being a huge success for the local au...

Brussels, heart of Europe, unveils fest program

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BRUSSELS FESTIVAL OF EUROPEAN FILM (23-30 April 2004)Curtains up for a peak at the programmeAs the Brussels Festival of European Film approaches, the selection of the films draws to a close. In six weeks, the spectators will be able to treat themselves to the liberty, the originality and the diversity of young European cinema. An agent for talent and a springboard for young filmmakers, the Brussels Festival since last year has oriented itself towards first and second works made in the 45 countri...

Peak at Brussels fest program

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BRUSSELS FESTIVAL OF EUROPEAN FILM (23-30 April 2004)Curtains up for a peak at the programme As the Brussels Festival of European Film approaches ever faster, the selection of the films draws to a close. In six weeks, the spectators will be able to treat themselves to the liberty, the originality and the diversity of young European cinema. An agent for talent and a springboard for young filmmakers, the Brussels Festival since last year has oriented itself towards first and second works made in t...
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