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Festivals & events

20 August 2002 à 13:02

Montreal, 26th time around!

From August 22 to September 2, the Montreal Film Festival opens its doors to "World Cinema."

This year, Majid Majidi, one of the most celebrated Iranian directors, is Jury President, heading a jury composed of Antonio Betancor, Charles Binamé, Nina Companeez, Heino Ferch and Maurizio Nichetti.

The following French films have been selected:

Official Competition:
"Speak to Me of Love" by Sophie Marceau
"Peau d’ange" by Vincent Perez
"Cofralando, Rapsodia Chilena" by Raul Ruiz (Chile/France)
"I am Dina" by Ole Bornedal (Norway/Denmark/Sweden/Germany/France)
"Il Consiglio d'Egitto" by Emidio Greco (Italy/France/Hungary)
"Istgah-E Matrouk" by Alireza Raisian (Iran/France)
"Le Dauphin" by Fernando Lopes (Portugal/France)

Out of Competition:
"8 Women" by François Ozon
"Au plus près du paradis" by Tonie Marshall
"Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress" by Sijie Dai
"Bord de mer" by Julie Lopes-Curval"
"Corto Maltese, la cour secrète des arcanes" by Pascal Morelli
"Embrassez qui vous voulez" by Michel Blanc
"L’ Idole" by Samantha Lang
"Aime ton père" by Jacob Berger (France/Switzerland/Canada)
"Kedma" by Amos Gitaï (Israel/France)
"Lundi matin" by Otar Iosseliani (France/Italy)
"Monsieur Batignole" by Gérard Jugnot
"Vaillont" by Renzo Martinelli (Italy/France)

World Cinema: Reflections of Our Time:
"Une affaire privée" by Guillaume Nicloux
"Une employée modèle" by Jacques Otmezguine
"Britney Baby - One More Time" by Ludi Boeken (U.S.A./France)
"Ghettokids" by Christian Wagner (Germany/France)
"Le Loup de la côte Ouest" by Hugo Santiago (France/Portugal)
"Madame Brouette" by Moussa Séné Absa (Canada/Senegal/France)
"L’ Oiseau d’argile" by Tareque Masud (Bangladesh/France)

Cinema of Tomorrow: New Trends:
"Filles perdues, cheveux gras" by Claude Duty

African Horizons"
"200 Dirhams" by Laïla Marrakchi (Short film, France/Morocco)
"Bamako Sigi-Kan" by Manthia Diwara (Mali/France/U.S.A.)
"Fémi Kuti, What’s Going On" by Jacques Goldstein
"Kabala" by Assane Kouyaté (Mali/France)
"L’Attente des femmes" by Naguel Belouad (Algeria/France)
"Le Chant de la Noria" by Abdellatif Ban Ammar (France/Tunisia)
"The Skilled Hand" by Tahirou Tasséré Ouédraogo (Short film, Burkina Faso/France)
"Madi, le galop de Ouédraogo" by Jean-Marc Ouvier-Buffet and Carlos Ouedraogo (France/Tchad)
"Paris selon Moussa" by Cheik Doukouré (France/Guinea)
"Les Artisans de la paix" by Nico Di Biase (France/Switzerland) "Satin Rouge" by Raja Amari (Tunisia/France)

Ultimate IMAX:
"Skydance" by Eric Magnan

"Being Light " by Jean-Marc Barr and Pascal Arnold
"Lovers" by Jean-Marc Barr and Pascal Arnold
"Too Much Flesh" by Jean-Marc Barr and Pascal Arnold

Films for Television:
"Drancy, dernière étape avant l’abîme" by Cécile Clairval
"Intérieur nord" by David Carr-Brown
"Le Mystère Pol-Pot" by Adrian Maben
"Profession: Bourreau" by Patrick Cabouat
"Roman Karmen, un cinéaste au service de la révolution" by Patrick Barbéris and Dominique Chapuis

Author : Communications

Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST

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