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CANNES 2003 Funding

MEDIA titles at the Festival

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This edition of Cannes will go down in both the MEDIA Programme and Eurimages’ history books since between them, Europe’s two leading film insitutions contributed to the production of 16 feature films selected for screening on the Croisette.
MEDIA is behind 15 films, five of which are in competition: Dogville [+see also:
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by Lars von Trier, Tiresia by Bertrand Bonello, Swimming Pool [+see also:
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by François Ozon, Ce jour-là by Raoul Ruiz and Les égarés by André Téchiné, as well as three screening out of competition: Le temps du loup by Michael Haneke, Les Triplettes de Belleville [+see also:
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by Sylvain Chomet and Qui a tué Bambi? by Gilles Marchand, as well as last night’s opening film, Fanfan la Tulipe [+see also:
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by Gérard Krawczyk.
MEDIA also funded two titles screening in Un Certain Regard: Stormy Weather [+see also:
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by Solveig Anspach and Les Mains Vides by Marc Recha, and four selected for Directors’ Fortnight: Las horas del dia di Jaime Morales, Des Plumes dans la tête by Thomas de Thier, La chose publique by Mathieu Amalric and Les Lionceaux by Claire Doyon.

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Eurimages, the European co-production fund, was behind three films in competition: Dogville [+see also:
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, Ce jour là and The Tulse Luper Suitcases by Peter Greenaway.

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(Translated from French)

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