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L'Europe à l'épicentre du Atlàntida Film Fest 2019

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- La 9e édition de l'événement commence ce 1er juillet à Palma de Mallorca, pour une semaine, et en ligne sur le site Filmin pour tout le mois

L'Europe à l'épicentre du Atlàntida Film Fest 2019
Only You de Harry Wootliff

Cet article est disponible en anglais.

The Atlàntida Film Fest, a festival organised by the VoD platform Filmin, turns nine this year. We can be grateful for the fact that the event will be championing arthouse film once again, allowing it to be enjoyed not only by those who find themselves in the beautiful city of Palma (Majorca), the gathering’s physical HQ, but also by those who wish to sample its cinematic offerings online, from other locations around the globe. The former category of film buffs will be able to fill their boots from 1 until 7 July, while the rest can do so during the entire month of July. Its sizeable programme includes a huge batch of titles that turn their attention to Europe, complete with its countless concerns, conflicts and contradictions.

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Atlàntida 2019 will be opened officially on 2 July, in the Balearic capital’s Bellver Castle, with the screening of Born a King [+lire aussi :
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, the latest feature by Majorcan director Agustí Villaronga (Uncertain Glory [+lire aussi :
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). Before that, British filmmaker Ken Loach will shake the hand of Spanish helmer Fernando León de Aranoa as he collects the Masters of Cinema Award, granted to him by the Mallorca Film Commission in recognition of his career, which has been marked by a strong social dimension.

Of the 110 titles that will get an airing at the 2019 Atlàntida Film Fest, some European ones that really stand out, on account of their sheer audacity or the awards they have picked up at other festivals, are: Letters to Paul Morrissey [+lire aussi :
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(Spain) by Armand Rovira, Midnight Runner [+lire aussi :
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interview : Hannes Baumgartner
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(Switzerland) by Hannes Baumgartner, Only You [+lire aussi :
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(UK) by Harry Wootliff, Diamantino [+lire aussi :
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interview : Gabriel Abrantes, Daniel S…
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(Portugal/France/Brazil) by Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt, Selfie [+lire aussi :
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(Italy/France) by Agostino Ferrente, Reconstructing Utoya [+lire aussi :
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(Norway/Sweden/Denmark) by Carl Javér, and a retrospective of the works of the visionary Andrés Duque, most notably his latest oeuvre, Karelia: International With Monument [+lire aussi :
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In addition, Filmin is organising – as an integral part of the Atlàntida Film Fest – the Mallorca Talents Lab event, where the teams behind six feature-length projects will take part in a four-day training session (unspooling from 1-4 July, in Palma) led by renowned professionals from the Spanish audiovisual sector. Starting this year, it also boasts a partnership with Filmarket Hub, an online fiction feature, documentary and series market operating in both Europe and Latin America, which will include the six projects that have been selected in its catalogue, thus serving as a hub linking creators and producers, distributors, and the heads of the main TV channels and OTT platforms. All of this will increase the teams’ chances of finding potential co-producers or buyers. The titles selected to take part in this edition of the Mallorca Talents Lab are: Ángela by Gemma BlascoA Woman’s House by Victoria Ellm, Buscant l’Alícia by Alba Cros, Divino tesoro by Guillem ManzanaresLas mantis by Dídac Gimeno and Marina Velázquez, and I Need Your Love by Pol Rebaque.

(Traduit de l'espagnol)

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