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CHAMPS-ELYSÉES 2022

Empieza el Champs-Elysées Film Festival

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- El cine independiente francés y estadounidense centran la 11a edición del certamen, que tiene lugar en París del 21 al 28 de junio

Empieza el Champs-Elysées Film Festival
Rodéo, de Lola Quivoron

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The Champs-Elysées Film Festival (founded and presided by the very dynamic Sophie Dulac) returns to its favourite slot on the calendar for its 11th edition, which will open tonight with After Yang by Kogonada. Until 28 June, when it will close with a screening of Everything Everywhere All At Once by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, more than 60 US and French independent films will be screened in the venues (the Balzac, the Lincoln, Publicis Cinémas, the Gaumont Pathé Champs-Élysées Marignan and the UGC Normandie) of the famous Parisian avenue, where will also be present as guests of honour director Ari Aster and film composer Dan Deacon.

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Headed by French director and actress Emmanuelle Bercot (who is joined by Maïmouna Doucouré, Rebecca Marder, Diego Ongaro and Albin de la Simone), the feature film jury will judge two competitions dedicated to independent cinema, one bringing together six US films, and the other, six French films. The latter will include the striking film Rodeo [+lee también:
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entrevista: Lola Quivoron y Julie Ledru
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by Lola Quivoron (discovered in Cannes, in the Un Certain Regard section), Summer Scars [+lee también:
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entrevista: Simon Rieth
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by Simon Rieth (well-received on the Croisette, in Critics’ Week), Heartbeast by Aino Suni and the documentaries Atlantic Bar [+lee también:
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by Fanny Molins, Ardenza by Daniela de Felice and Mauvaises filles by Emérance Dubas (in a world premiere).

The programme, completed by two short film competitions (judged by a jury presided by Anaïs Volpé), also includes six mid-length films out of competition, as well as a section called "Freed From Desire", and four premieres including the French productions The Worst Ones [+lee también:
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entrevista: Lise Akoka y Romane Gueret
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by Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret (winner of an Un Certain Regard award last month in Cannes), the stunning Coma [+lee también:
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entrevista: Bertrand Bonello
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by Bertrand Bonello (unveiled in Berlin, in the Encounters competition) and the very personal documentary The Super-8 Years [+lee también:
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entrevista: Annie Ernaux y David Ernau…
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by Annie Ernaux and David Ernaux-Briot (well-received in Directors’ Fortnight).

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