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23 March 2006 à 13:02
14 French films are to be showcased at Copenhagen's Nat Film Festival (March 23-April 2, 2006).
The 17th edition of the Nat Film Festival in Copenhagen features a "France" Selection, with support from the French Embassy in Denmark and TV5 Monde. 14 French productions and co-productions are to be screened at the festival from March 24 through April 2 this year:
- "13 – Tzameti" by Gela Babluani (Georgia, France), nominated for the TV5 Monde Critics' Award
- "Everyday Lovers" by Philippe Garrel
- "Antonio des Mortes" by Glauber Rocha (Brazil, France)
- "Battle in Heaven" by Carlos Reygadas (Mexico, France)
- "Hidden" by Michael Haneke, preview screening in collaboration with Camera Film
- "The Child" Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne, preview screening in collaboration with Camera Film (Belgium, France)
- "Lila Says" by Ziad Doueiri
- "The Little Lieutenant" by Xavier Beauvois
- "Mary" by Abel Ferrara (USA, France)
- "The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes" by the Quay Brothers (UK, France)
- "Riviera" by Anne Villaceque
- "Solntse" by Aleksandr Sokurov (Russia, France)
- "La Trahison" by Philippe Faucon
- "Trouble" by Harry Cleven
The festival's program directors, Kim Foss and Andreas Steinmann, have selected 150 films from five continents, with the Indian actress Rani Mukerji as this year's special guest. The Nat Film Festival still holds its place as Denmark's largest international movie industry event. The festival enjoys the participation of all cinemas in Copenhagen, and also extends a part of its programming to Odense, Aalborg, and Arhus. This event acts an effective launching platform for Danish distributors of films that range from Hollywood releases to non-commercial independent titles.
For all further information, visit the Festival website: http://www.natfilm.dk
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