07 February 2007 à 13:02
Unifrance at the heart of the Berlinale
As in previous years, Unifrance will be promoting French cinema at the upcoming 57th Berlin International Film Festival.
Unifrance’s presence will be all the more active this year as the festival is showcasing four French films in the Official Feature Film Competition, two French titles in the Official Short Film Competition, and five films in the Panorama Section. Including all sections and the numerous co-productions presented, the festival features 33 films representing France.
At the Film Market held at the Martin Gropius Bau, the Unifrance stand will represent 13 film export companies: Bac Film International, Gemini Films, Les Films du Losange, M6 DA/SND, Memento Films, MK2, Onoma, Pathé Distribution, Pyramide International, Rezo Films International, Roissy Films, The Coproduction Office, and Wide Management.
Unifrance will also be present at the historic “Lutter und Wegner” restaurant, made available once again this year as a location for interviews with French artists. Unifrance will provide assistance to 24 French artists traveling to Berlin. French talent eagerly awaited at the event include: Jeanne Balibar, Guillaume Depardieu, and Jacques Rivette for Don't Touch the Axe, Romola Garaï and François Ozon for Angel, Isabelle Carré, Gilbert Melki, and Michel Spinosa for Anna M., Pascale Ferran and Marina Hands for Lady Chatterley, Julie Delpy for Two Days in Paris , Olivier Meyrou for Celebration, Rodolphe Marconi for Lagerfeld Confidential, Maria de Medeiros for Riparo, Vikash Dhorasoo and Fred Poulet for Substitute, Isild Le Besco for A Parting Shot, Aurélien Gerbault for All Blossom Again, Kevin Aduaka for Elvis Pelvis, Ron Havilio for Potosi, Camila Guzman Urzua for The Sugar Curtain, Jean-Pierre Améris for Call Me Elisabeth, and Grégoire Solotareff for U.
Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST