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15 March 2016 à 12:02
Shower of awards for French films at Miami
The 33rd Miami International Film Festival closed its doors on Saturday evening, with an awards ceremony that shone the spotlight on current French cinema.
This year's Miami International Film Festival, an event founded in 1983 by the Miami Film Society, presented 129 films from 40 countries. France features among the award-winners in 2016, with five films picking up key prizes (including both French productions and co-productions).
It is worth noting that the Miami International Film Festival this year hosted the first Mercado del Ciné Frances, a film market aimed at Latin America initiated by UniFrance, in light of the fact that Latin America is a region in which French films have been successfully gaining market share in recent years.
Latest update : 17 March 2016 à 12:02 CET