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CANNES 2021

El Atelier de la Cinéfondation de Cannes selecciona quince proyectos

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- Hanna Slak, Evi Kalogiropoulou, Zuzana Kirchnerová, Lukas Valenta Rinner, Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Srđan Vuletić, Michaël Sewandono y Fabrice Aragno representan Europa en la selección

El Atelier de la Cinéfondation de Cannes selecciona quince proyectos

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15 feature film projects hailing from 15 countries have been selected for the 17th edition of the Cinéfondation Atelier, unspooling within the 74th Cannes Film Festival (running 6 - 17 July).

Europe will be represented by eight projects this year, including five first films: Cora by Greece’s Evi Kalogiropoulou, Caravan by Czech director Zuzana Kirchnerová, Scattered by Denmark’s Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Mandai River by Dutch filmmaker Michaël Sewandono and Le Lac by Switzerland’s Fabrice Aragno.

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The Atelier has also selected Austrian director Lukas Valenta Rinner’s Landscapes of Fear, which will be his 3rd feature film following on from Parabellum [+lee también:
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(in competition in Rotterdam in 2015) and A Decent Woman [+lee también:
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(which scooped an award in Turin, among other events, in 2016). Bosnian filmmaker Srđan Vuletić (Summer in the Golden Valley, It's Hard to Be Nice) has also been chosen via his 3rd feature film in the making: the Montenegrin production The Otter (awarded the Eurimages Co-Production Development Grant at Sarajevo’s CineLink – read our interview), while German-Slovenian director Hanna Slak has likewise won herself a place with Kein Wort, her 4th feature film project, notably following on the heels of her most recent, much acclaimed opus The Miner [+lee también:
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Also worth a mention is Guatemalan director César Díaz’s movie Fidelidad, which will be the second feature to come courtesy of the filmmaker who won Cannes’ Caméra d’Or in 2019 by way of Our Mothers [+lee también:
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, as well as El tiempo que perdimos by Venezuela’s Gustavo Rondón Córdova (revealed at Cannes’ Critics’ Week 2017 via his debut feature film La Familia [+lee también:
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), White Road by Russia’s Ella Manzheeva, and Idea by seasoned Turkish director Tayfun Pirselimoğlu (I Am Not Him [+lee también:
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The remaining projects selected for the 2021 Atelier are Jilah and the Man with Two Names by Indonesia’s Yosep Anggi Noen, Parle-moi de 1985 by the French-Lebanese director Zalfa Seurat and Viet and Nam by Minh Quý Truong.

Created in 2005 with a view to encouraging creative filmmaking and fostering the emergence of a new generation of filmmakers by helping round off funding on their films, the Cinéfondation Atelier has, to date, thrown its weight behind 246 projects, 172 of which have since been released on screen and 23 are currently in pre-production. The initiative will see the selected 2021 candidates attending Cannes between 8 and 13 July, in the company of their producers, and taking part in individual meetings with professionals who are interested in their projects. The Atelier’s Project Book can be downloaded here, whilst registration for meetings is taking place via the Festicine platform.

The 15 selected projects are as follows:

Kein WortHanna Slak (Germany)
Landscapes of Fear - Lukas Valenta Rinner (Austria)
ScatteredKaspar Astrup Schröder (Denmark)
FidelidadCésar Díaz (Guatemala)
CoraEvi Kalogiropoulou (Greece)
Jilah and the Man with Two Names - Yosep Anggi Noen (Indonesia)
Parle-moi de 1985 - Zalfa Seurat (Lebanon)
The Otter - Srđan Vuletić (Montenegro)
Mandai River - Michaël Sewandono (The Netherlands)
Caravan - Zuzana Kirchnerová (Czech Republic)
White Road - Ella Manzheeva (Russia)
Le Lac - Fabrice Aragno (Switzerland)
Idea - Tayfun Pirselimoğlu (Turkey)
El tiempo que perdimos - Gustavo Rondón Córdova (Venezuela)
Viet and Nam - Minh Quý Truong (Vietnam)

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