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Festivals & events

19 April 2017 à 12:55

An outstanding year for French cinema at the Jeonju Film Festival

The second most important festival in Korea after Busan, the Jeonju International Film Festival, which celebrates its eighteenth edition from April 27 to May 6, 2017, will feature thirty French films and coproductions.

An important rendezvous for festivalgoers and industry professionals, with the Jeonju Digital Project (in which, from the French side, Claire Denis, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, and Jean-Marie Straub have already participated), the Jeonju Festival will welcome this year a very fine selection of French films and will pay homage to Jacques Rivette, with a program of his first short films, which have recently been restored.

The following French artists will be traveling to the event: Édouard Baer for Open at Night, Dominique Abel andt Fiona Gordon for Lost in Paris, Arnaud des Pallières and Christelle Berthevas for Orphan, Damien Manivel for Le Parc, Antonin Peretjatko for Struggle for Life, Alain Gomis for Félicité, Ado Arrieta for Sleeping Beauty, and Dominique Cabrera for Corniche Kennedy.

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Latest update : 21 April 2017 à 12:55 CEST

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