gets a new look !
29 April 2014 à 10:52
To celebrate our anniversary year, UniFrance Films will be flying the flag for French cinema at the 67th Cannes Film Festival from May 14-25, 2014, at a pavilion space newly redecorated by interior designer Sarah Lavoine.
Located on the Pantiero at the entrance to the International Village and a stone's throw from the Palais des Festivals, the UniFrance Films Pavilion will house the UniFrance teams who will be working alongside Jean-Paul Salomé and Isabelle Giordano to host professional meetings as well as interviews, cocktail receptions, dinners, and evening events in the company of crew members from the French films presented in the Official Selection and the festival's parallel sections.
The rooms at the UniFrance Films Pavilion will also be the setting for a new exhibition of photographs of French actors and filmmakers taken by Emanuele Scorcelletti during the 16th Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris held in January 2014. This exhibition was curated with support from our partners Parfums Givenchy and Madame Figaro.
UniFrance Films's traditional opening night cocktail reception will be held May 15, with guests including French sales agents and international distributors.
In partnership with the CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée), UniFrance Films will host a cocktail reception to celebrate the closing of the Franco-Chinese Day event on May 16, and on May 17 will welcome all members of the French diplomatic corps and cultural services present at Cannes.
UniFrance Films is joining forces with France Culture radio for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, and will play host to the jury and welcome the winner of the France Culture Cinema Prize, which will be presented on Saturday, May 17, at the UniFrance Films Pavilion.
UniFrance Films continues its active support for the short film industry, and will award its 12th UniFrance Films Short Film Prize at Cannes on May 22.
And finally, UniFrance Films and L’Oréal Paris are delighted to join in partnership to celebrate UniFrance Films's 65th anniversary at a special evening reception to be held at the L’Oréal Paris Terrace at the Hotel Martinez on Thursday, May 15. This reception will feature a preview screening of the new short film 65 raisons d’aimer le cinéma français (65 Reasons to Love French Cinema). Produced by UniFrance Films and Beall Productions, this film benefits from the participation of actors and directors from around the world who kindly volunteered their time for this project, including Wes Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Martin Scorsese, Lou Ye, Spike Lee, Ken Loach, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Julianne Moore, who share with us in this 10-minute short their love of French cinema.
Latest update : 06 May 2014 à 10:52 CEST