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25 March 2014 à 04:59

Ciné Français Inédit is a great success in Spain

In January 23, 2014, in Barcelona and Madrid, Ciné Français Inédit was launched, in partnership with theater operator Cines Verdi. The event now take place on a monthly basis.


Cine Verdi, an arthouse theater greatly appreciated by its loyal cinephile audience, is nestled in Gracia, Barcelona's bohemian neighborhood. It's an ideal spot for Ciné Français Inédit, the result of a collaboration between Unifrance and operator Cines Verdi, which is also established in Madrid.

The first film presented, Camille Rewinds by Noémie Lvovsky was accompanied by one of its stars Samir Guesmi, who came to Barcelona for the event. Filmin, the film's distributor, also attended. The second screening was Alain Resnais' last film before his death, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet, which attracted large crowds to Barcelona and Madrid. The third in the series: Looking for Hortense by Pascal Bonitzer.

The program ahead: screenings in April of The Army of Crime by Robert Guédiguian, in May of Three Worlds by Catherine Corsini, and in June of Under the Rainbow by Agnès Jaoui, before a pause during the summer period.

Author : Grégory Alexandre

Latest update : 29 March 2014 à 04:59 CET

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