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09 May 2014 à 16:00
CNC launches a Franco-Chinese co-production workshop
On May 16, 2014, the CNC, supported by UniFrance Films, will launch its first Franco-Chinese co-production workshop, which will enable 8 projects to meet with financial partners.
In the footsteps of the French delegation that went to China, last December, to start up a dialogue regarding co-production agreements between France and China, the CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée), supported by UniFrance, FilmFrance, the Chinese Film Festival in France, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, is launching a Franco-Chinese co-production workshop.
This workshop, which will take place May 16 during the Cannes Film Festival, concerns eight feature film projects to be co-produced by the two countries, which were selected from the twenty received after a call for projects. These projects will be presented to professionals likely to enter into co-productions. The films were selected by a jury composed of filmmaker Philippe Muyl (director of The Nightingale, a Franco-Chinese co-production), UniFrance Films president Jean-Paul Salomé, and director Xavier Castano.
The projects presented:
The Train from 1910 by Wang Zhi
Le Train qui va lentement by Liu Bingjian
Encres de chine by Pan Nalin
Piercing 2 by Liu Jian (animation)
Back to the North by Liu Hao
Hunting Dog by Zhao Ye
Lotus Position by Liu Shu
A Dream in Summer by Lu Fu
For more information: http://www.cnc.fr/web/fr/actualites/-/liste/18/4965407
Latest update : 14 April 2015 à 16:00 CEST