Seventh Art at its best in La Rochelle Cinema

Seventh Art at its best in La Rochelle Cinema

– From June 30th to July 9th, Fema will present more than 200 films, including 40 recent favourites. Also on the list, in honor of Kawthar Ben Haniyeh and Lars von Trier

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After its successful launch in Cannes, it has become a sensation animal kingdom [+lire aussi :
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to Thomas Cayley which opens tomorrow on the 51st La Rochelle Film Festival (FEMA) (30 June to 9 July), an event highly regarded for the quality and diversity of its programming, its overall success and its strictly non-competitive identity.

In the tribute show, the Danish director stands out Lars von Trier (with an integral part of his work), Kazakh director Adilkhan Yerzhanov (Seven feature films) French actor Pierre Richard (eight films) and a program about Tunisian directors led by Kawthar bin Haniyeh (Five films including Rival Cannes Intimacy girls [+lire aussi :
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). And in the last beam, the legendary American actress shone Bette Davis (nine films) and the caustic French playwright and director Sasha Jetry (13 films).

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Of the 40 titles in the Here and Elsewhere section, consisting of very recent favorites from the festival led by Sophie Mroz And presides over it Sylvie Biellat Highlights an upscale fleet of 22 films unveiled in May in Cannes including the Palme d’Or Fall Anatomy [+lire aussi :
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to Justin Treatcompetitors delusion [+lire aussi :
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from italian Alice RohrwatcherAnd Pick up [+lire aussi :
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of def Marco BellocchioAnd dried herbs [+lire aussi :
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from Turkish Nuri Bilge CeylonAnd dead leaves [+lire aussi :
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Finnish Aki KaurismakiAnd Perfect days [+lire aussi :
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from German Wim Wenders And Zero Club [+lire aussi :
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from Austrian Jessica Hausner, Critics Week Winner It’s raining at home [+lire aussi :
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Belgian Paloma Sermon DayAnd Past love syndrome [+lire aussi :
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of his countrymen Anne Sirot And Raphael Balboni (which will conclude the festival), the Spanish attraction eyes closed [+lire aussi :
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to Victor Ayresor Buriti flower [+lire aussi :
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from Portuguese Joao Salaveza and brazilian Rene Nader walled (Un Certain Regard Award). Also on the bill are award-winning Berliners 20,000 species of bees [+lire aussi :
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from the Spaniards Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren And red sky [+lire aussi :
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from German Christian PetzoldAnd teachers room [+lire aussi :
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to Lakr Katak (crowned German Film of the Year) Or even slow [+lire aussi :
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from the Lithuanians Maria Kavtaradze (Directing Award at Sundance).

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Also of note is the rich collection of 19 documentaries including, in particular, the world premiere of river to Dominic Marchaisbut also Face the dark to Jean Gabriel Berriotchoices were little blue girl [+lire aussi :
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to Mona AshshiAnd limited state [+lire aussi :
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to Nicholas Pedozi And in the rear view to Macyck Hamila (recent winner in Sheffield), our body [+lire aussi :
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to Claire Simon and diptych Scenes from the Labodovic ArchivesAnd Guerrilla cinema [+lire aussi :
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And Non-Aligned [+lire aussi :
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from serbian Mila Toraglik.

Fema’s pretty thick list also includes a day dedicated (in five movies) to Nicole Kidmana zoom of the Czech animation filmmaker Michaela Pavlatova (my afghan family [+lire aussi :
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), a music lesson with the composer Florence de Consigliocolleague Clement Duculle and filmmakers Chiara Malta And Sebastian LudenbachEditing lesson with the director Emmanuel Berkut and its editor Julien LeloupDepartment of silent cinema (including seven films by the Danish actress Asta Nielsen), 17 classics or rarities restored or reissued in the “From Yesterday to Today” section, “CHILDREN’S FEMA” in particular Linda wants chicken! [+lire aussi :
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to Chiara Malta And Sebastian Ludenbach And Leo [+lire aussi :
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to Jim Capobianco And Pierre Luc GrandonAs well as short film programmes. Something to seduce and satisfy the tastes of all audiences.

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