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Festivals & events

24 January 2002 à 13:02

International Film Festival Rotterdam

A record number of French films will be presented at the 31st International Film Festival Rotterdam (January 23 – February 3, 2002): 21 French features, 17 coproductions and 4 documentaries.
The famous names of French cinema such as Jean-Luc Godard, Eric Rohmer, Raoul Ruiz, Philippe Garrel, Claire Denis, Claude Lanzmann and André Téchiné are on the program, accompanied by the new generation on the rise: Anne Fontaine, Dominique Cabrera, Matthieu Amalric, Bertrand Bonello. Filmmakers Danis Tanovic, Naquel Belouad, Serge Lalou, Marie de Laubier and Alain Gomis will all be presenting their first films.
In competition for the VPRO Tiger are Nicolas Brevière’s “Plus Haut” and Jean-François Stévenin’s “Mischka”, both of which are world premieres. Stévenin’s film closes the festival.
Also of note is “The French New Wave” sidebar, which pays homage to a young generation of music clip directors. A retrospective of Michel Gondry’s works, including clips he’s made for Björk, will be presented as part of this selection. French films selected:
* “L’Afrance” by Alain Gomis
* “Brief Crossing” by Catherine Breillat
* “Combat d’amour en songe” by Raoul Ruiz
* “Entre nous” by Serge Lalou
* “Far Away” by André Téchiné
* “Fat Girl” by Catherine Breillat
* “The Lady and the Duke” by Eric Rohmer
* “The Milk of Human Kindness” by Dominique Cabrera
* “Martha…Martha” by Sandrine Veysset
* “Mischka” by Jean-François Stévenin
* “Plus Haut” by Nicolas Brevière
* “The Pornographer” by Bertrand Bonello
* “La règle du je tu elle il” by Françoise Romand
* “Sobibor, 14 October 1943, 4.00 p.m. ” by Claude Lanzmann
* “Time Out” by Laurent Cantet
* “Trouble Every Day” by Claire Denis
* “Veloma” by Marie de Laubier
* “The Way I Killed My Father” by Anne Fontaine
* “Who Knows” by Jacques Rivette
* “Wild Innocence” by Philippe Garrel
* “The Wimbledon Stage” by Mathieu Amalric
* “Britney Baby – One More Time” by Ludi Boeken (France / The Netherlands / USA)
* “Burlesque Tragedy” by Goran Markovic
* “En attendant le bonheur” by Abderrahmane Sissako (France / Mauritania)
* “Flower Island” by Song Il-Gon (France / South Korea)
* “H-Story” by Suwa Nobuhiro (France / Japan)
* “In Praise of Love” by Jean-Luc Godard (France / Switzerland)
* “Millennium Mambo” by Hou Hsiao-Hsien (France / Taiwan)
* “No Man’s Land” by Danis Tanovic (France / Bosnia)
* “Oporto of My Childhood” by Manoel de Oliveira (France / Portugal)
* “The Other World” by Merzak Allouache (France / Algeria)
* “Pau and His Brother” by Marc Recha (France / Spain)
* “The Price of Forgiveness” by Mansour Sora Wade (France / Senegal)
* “The Road” by Darezhan Omirbaev (France/Kazakhstan)
* “Serbia Year Zero” by Goran Markovic (France / Serbia)
* “Silence…We’re Rolling” by Youssef Chahine(France / Egypt)
* “Tirana Year Zero” by Fatmir Koçi (France / Albania)
* “Women’s Expectations” by Naguel Belouad (France / Algeria)
* “A.B.C. Africa” by Abbas Kiarostami (France / Iran)
* “Le Cas Pinochet” by Patricio Guzman (France / Chili)
* “The Commune” (Paris, 1871) by Pater Watkins
* “Danièle Guillet, Jean-Marie Straub, cinéastes – où gît votre sourire enfoui ?” by Pedro Costa

Author : Communications

Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST

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Rotterdam International Film Festival - 2002

Type : Feature film and short film festival

Theme : International festival

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