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02 September 2021 à 12:49
6 French films at the 48th Telluride Film Festival
The 48th edition of the mythical Telluride Film Festival, dedicated to the memory of Bertrand Tavernier, will take place from September 2 through 6, 2021with half a dozen French productions or coproductions on the program.
Thirty-five films are part of this year's general selection of this (non-competitive) festival located in Telluride, a small town in Colorado, and known since 1974, the year of its creation, for its strong cinephilia and its love of discovery. It's often an important relay for the Oscar race.
- Bergman Island by Mia Hansen-Løve
- Flee by Jonas Poher Rasmussen
- A Hero by Asghar Farhadi
- Petite Maman by Céline Sciamma
Short films - Filmmakers of Tomorrow
- Sideral by Carlos Segundo
- Noir-soleil by Marie Larrivé
- My Own Landscapes by Antoine Chapon
- I Am Afraid to Forget Your Face by Sameh Alaa
- Easter Eggs by Nicolas Keppens
At the same time, Barry Jenkins (director of Moonlight), honorary director of this edition, has put together a personal selection of six films among which are two French films from the contemporary canon focusing on the themes of colonization: West Indies by Med Hondo (1979) and Chocolat by Claire Denis (1988).
Latest update : 06 September 2021 à 12:49 CEST