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Festivals & events

24 October 2006 à 13:02

25th Uppsala International Short Film Festival

19 French films are selected at Sweden’s Uppsala International Short Film Festival this year (October 24-30, 2006).

For its 25th edition, the Uppsala International Short Film Festival is presenting, in association with the French Embassy in Sweden, 19 French films including 10 titles in the international competition, in the presence of the directors Namir Abdel Messeeh, Stéphanie Cazaentre, and Fanny Franssen. Founded in 1982, this festival screens over 200 short films from 31 countries at Uppsala’s four major cinemas. This year’s lineup at Scandinavia’s largest genre film festival features new films, cult films, dramas and documentaries, experimental films, and animated films. Film buyers, distributors, and film festival representatives will also have access to viewing facilities.

The following French films are included in the international competition:
Marche à pied by Alexandre Bayle; Chambre 616 by Frédéric Pelle; Comme James Dean by Jonathan Zaccaï; Toi, Waguih, in the presence of Namir Abdel Messeeh; Ceux du bocal, in the presence of Stéphanie Cazaentre; Sous-sol by Luc Maréchaux; Les petits hommes vieux by Yann Chayia; Chut! in the presence of Fanny Franssen; Les matines by Annick Raoul; and Tweety lovely superstar by Emmanuel Gras.

The following French films will be screened in the festival’s parallel sections:
Un jour by Marie Paccou; The child, a music video by Alex Gopher; Itsu by Pleix; Patriotic by Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, Pascal Lièvre; Organik by David Morlet; Le bon, la brute, et les zombies by Abel Ferry; Obras by Hendrick Dusollier; Le conte du monde flottant by Alain Escalle; and Alice ou la vie en noir et blanc by Sophie Schoukens.

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Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST