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Festivals & events

01 May 2002 à 13:02

5th Stockholm French Film Festival

The Stockholm French Film Festival, to be held for the fifth time this year from May 3 through June 6, will present 17 feature films and 13 short films to Swedish audiences.
For the fifth year running, the French Institute in Stockholm, the French Embassy, the Sture Cinema and Triangelfilm are hosting a French Film Festival in the Swedish capital. This event also benefits from support from FolketsBio, the Swedish Cinematheque and Unifrance.

The selection is put together by the French Institute, the Sture Cinema and Triangelfilm. All films presented are yet to be released in the country, and could well be picked up by Swedish buyers following their presentation at the festival.
The festival will also present three feature films in preview screenings prior to their release in theaters as part of the festival:
- "Time Out" by Laurent Cantet (distributed by FolketsBio)
- "Blame It On Voltaire" by Abdel Kéchiche (distributed by Triangelfilm)
- "The Town Is Quiet" by Robert Guédigiuan (distributed by Triangelfilm)

Feature film line-up:
"Betty Fisher And Other Stories" by Claude Miller (Président)
"C?est la vie" by Jean-Pierre Améris (Président)
"Chaos" by Coline Serreau (StudioCanal)
"How I Killed My Father" by Anne Fontaine (Pathé)
"Reines D?Un Jour" by Marion Vernoux (FPI)
"Roberto Succo" by Cédric Kahn (Mercure)
"Samia" by Philippe Faucon
"Se Souvenir Des Belles Choses" by Zabou Breitman (FPI)
"Deep Breath" by Damien Odoul (MK2)
"Read My Lips" by Jacques Audiard (Pathé)
"Tanguy" by Etienne Chatiliez (TF1 International)
"Everything's Fine, We're Leaving" by Claude Mouriéras
"One Swallow Brought Spring" by Christian Carion (Films Distribution)
"Vengo" by Tony Gatlif (FPI)

Short film line-up:
"Les Filles du 12" by Pascale Breton
"La Pomme, La Figue Et L'Amande" by Joël Brisse
"Sale Battars" by Delphine Gleize
"Le Barbier" by Jon J. Carnoy
"La Carpe" by Alanté Alfandari
"Le Dos Au Mur" by Bruno Collet
"Faux Contact" by Eric Jameux
"Millevaches (Expérience)" by Pierre Vinour
"Miskina" by Nicolas Lartigue
"Nouvelle De La Tour L" by Samuel Benchetrit
"One Dance, One Song: Erè Mèla Mèla" by Daniel Wiroth
"R. Mertonensis" by Nicolas Salis
"La Véritable Histoire Du Titanic" by Julien Reininger

The short film selection was put together along with Unifrance's Short Film Department.

The 30 films selected will be screened at the Sture Cinema (in the Europa Cinemas theaters), owned by Triangelfilm, a complex of three fully refurbished theaters, located in the heart of the city.

To coincide with the festival, French film retrospectives (in particular one dedicated to actress Isabelle Huppert) programmed by the Swedish Cinematheque (Swedish Film Institute) will be screened at the Sture Cinema. And finally, French films already showing commercially in Sweden will also be screened at the Sture.

Author : Communications

Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST

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Curtacinema - 2002

Type : Short film festival

Theme : International festival