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BERGAME 2019

Bergamo Film Meeting promeut le cinéma européen

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- Le festival accueille sept films en compétition, une formidable sélection de documentaires, des sections dédiées à Bent Hamer et Alberto Rodríguez et des hommages à Jean-Pierre Léaud et Peter Mullan

Bergamo Film Meeting promeut le cinéma européen
Ray & Liz de Richard Billingham

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The 37th edition of the Bergamo Film Meeting returns from 9 to 17 March to promote European cinema. The festival will present seven feature films in Italian premiere at the Mostra Concorso, 15 documentaries in the Visti da Vicino competition, a tribute to the symbolic French New Wave actor Jean-Pierre Léaud, an exhibition dedicated to Karpo Godina (a central figure of the Yugoslav and Slovenian cinema) and the Europe, Now! section, which includes solo exhibits by Bent Hamer (Norwegian New Wave director, screenwriter, and producer), and the Spanish director Alberto Rodríguez, the man behind Marshland [+lire aussi :
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, before grappling with the TV series La peste in 2018. The event will also involve a trip back through the filmography of the Scottish television actor and director Peter Mullan, as well as a look at how film and contemporary art fuses with the Swedes Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg and a number of animated films by the Polish Director Mariusz Wilczyński

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Reserved exclusively for new directors, the international competition includes seven fiction features that have yet to be released in Italy. In addition to the Bergamo FM - UBI Banca €5,000 award, which aims to support independent cinema productions, an international jury will also be awarding €2,000 to the winner of the Best Director Award at this year’s edition of the event. The jury is chaired by the Italian director Paolo Franchi and is composed of Prune Engler, general delegate of La Rochelle International Film Festival and Bernd Brehmer, director of Munich Underdox festival.

Ray & Liz [+lire aussi :
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by Richard Billingham (United Kingdom) is set in the Black Country, on the outskirts of Birmingham in the 1980s and was honoured at the British Independent Film Awards and at numerous festivals, from Locarno to Montréal, Seville and Thessaloniki, while Obey [+lire aussi :
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, also by a British-born director, Jamie Jones, focuses on social inequality and class struggles in the London borough of Hackney. Holy Boom [+lire aussi :
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 (Greece/Albania/Cyprus) is an urban drama by Maria Lafi and her first film, while A Decent Man [+lire aussi :
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 (Romania) was directed by Hadrian Marcu and stars Bogdan Dumitrache (Sieranevada [+lire aussi :
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), who plays an expert oil drilling engineer. Borders, Raindrops [+lire aussi :
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(Bosnia and Herzegovina/Montenegro/Serbia/Sweden/United Kingdom) is an original first film about conflicts, identities and roots, written and directed by two former Yugoslavs who studied at Central Saint Martins in London, Nikola Mijovic and Vlastimir Sudar, while we find ourselves in Argentina on the eve of the 1976 coup in Rojo [+lire aussi :
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(Argentina/Belgium/Brazil/Germany/France/Switzerland) by Benjamín Naishtat, starring Alfredo Castro, and in Tucumán, a remote suburb of Argentina, in The Snatch Thief (Argentina/Uruguay/France), a comedy noir by Agustín Toscano.

The event will also be screening an excellent selection of documentaries, including <3 [+lire aussi :
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by María Antón Cabot (Spain), her first film after working with the Lacasinegra Collective, Sunnyside by Frederik Carbon (the result of a productive collaboration between Belgium and the Netherlands), Mamacita [+lire aussi :
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by José Pablo Estrada Torrescano (Mexico/Germany/Luxembourg), My Heart Belongs to Daddy [+lire aussi :
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by Sofia Haugan (Norway/Sweden), Eastern Memories [+lire aussi :
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by Martti Kaartinen and Niklas Kullström (Finland), The Spy Within [+lire aussi :
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by Ana Schulz and Cristóbal Fernández (Spain) and Vienna Calling [+lire aussi :
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by Petr Šprincl (Czech Republic).

(Traduit de l'italien)

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