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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