Festivals & events
22 April 2014 à 10:42
46th Directors' Fortnight lineup
Artistic director Edouard Waintrop has announced the program for the 2014 Directors' Fortnight, which includes 4 French films and 4 films co-produced by France.
As is the case for this year's Official Competition (Grace of Monaco), Un Certain Regard (Party Girl), and International Critics' Week (FLA), the Directors' Fortnight will open with a French production: Girlhood by Céline Sciamma, whose previous films include Naissance des pieuvres and Tomboy.
The Directors' Fortnight program will also feature a special screening of P'tit Quinquin (Li'l Quinquin), a humorous thriller mini-series by Bruno Dumont made for the broadcaster Arte, with all four episodes to be shown in a single block (4 X 52 mins).
French films in the lineup (including co-productions)
Girlhood by Céline Sciamma
Love at First Fight by Thomas Cailley
Eat Your Bones by Jean-Charles Hue
P'tit Quinquin by Bruno Dumont
Alleluia by Fabrice du Welz (co-production)
National Gallery by Frederick Wiseman (co-production)
Refugiado by Diego Lerman (co-production)
Gett, The Trial of Viviane Amsalem by Ronit Elkabetz & Shlomi Elkabetz (co-production)
Short films produced or co-produced by France
8 Balles by Franck Ternier
Cambodia 2099 by Davy Chou
Guy Môquet by Denis Herenger
Man on the Chair by Dahee Jeong (co-production)
The complete lineup can be found on the Directors' Fortnight website.
Latest update : 06 May 2014 à 10:42 CEST