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PALIĆ 2021

Le Festival du cinéma européen de Palić annonce sa sélection et les gagnants des Prix Lifka

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- La sélection officielle réunit 12 films européens ; 17 titres est-européens seront présentés dans la section Parallels et la compétition Encounters

Le Festival du cinéma européen de Palić annonce sa sélection et les gagnants des Prix Lifka
Nun of Your Business d'Ivana Marinić Kragić

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The 28th edition of the European Film Festival Palić (17-23 July) will be held physically in several locations in the Serbian towns of Palić and Subotica, including in the Abazija cinema, considered to be the oldest theatre in the former Yugoslavia built in 1925 for this particular purpose. As many as 130 European films will be presented in the pre-festival programme and the main events, and many of them will be Serbian premieres.

Among the 12 titles in the Official Selection are the British-American film The Mauritanian [+lire aussi :
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by Kevin MacDonald and The Duke [+lire aussi :
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by Roger Michell, as well as Anne Zohra Berrached’s Copilot [+lire aussi :
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, Dénes Nagy’s Natural Light [+lire aussi :
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(Silver Bear for Best Director) and Ferit Karahan’s Brother’s Keeper [+lire aussi :
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, presented first at this year’s Berlinale. Another three titles from the selection will be heading to Palić straight from Cannes: Bruno Dumont’s France [+lire aussi :
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, Kirill Serebrennikov's Petrov’s Flu [+lire aussi :
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, and Joachim Trier’s Worst Person in the World [+lire aussi :
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, which completes his Oslo Trilogy. Representative for the region are A Blue Flower [+lire aussi :
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by Zrinko Ogresta (Croatia), Only Human [+lire aussi :
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by Igor Ivanov (North Macedonia), I Never Cry [+lire aussi :
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by Piotr Domalewski (Poland) which started its international journey from San Sebastian, and Impure Blood - Sin of Ancestors by Serbian director Milutin Petrović, which will celebrate its world premiere in Palić.

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The rich and diverse competition programme Parallels and Encounters for Eastern European films showcases two films made by Russian directors: the documentary A Boy by Vitaly Akimov and the tango drama Parquet [+lire aussi :
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by veteran Aleksandr Mindadze. Another two are conceived by Latvians – Laila Pakalnina’s socially critical fairy tale In the Mirror [+lire aussi :
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and Reinis Kalviņš’s criminal drama The Shift, while Hungary presents three titles: Balint Biro’s Dust, Krasznahorkai Balázs’s Ravine and K. Kovács ÁkosBranka. The Lithuanian documentary A Devil Jumping Around directed by Zephir Moreels and Alban Mercier digs into the deeply rooted pagan tradition in Lithuania that survived Catholicism, while Nun of Your Business by Croatian Ivana Marinić Kragić, which won the Audience award at ZagrebDox, portrays two nuns in love who abandon the convent. The Serbian films in the selection are the latest Oscar entry King Peter the First [+lire aussi :
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by Petar Ristovski and the romantic drama The Spring Poem by Natalija Avramović; Montenegro is represented by the short fiction Rainbow by Aleksandar Vujović which participated in numerous festivals worldwide. The remaining films in competition are well travelled as well: Pavel G. Vesnakov’s German Lessons [+lire aussi :
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(Bulgaria), Ru Hasanov’s The Island Within [+lire aussi :
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(Azerbaijan), Alexandre Koberidze’s What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? [+lire aussi :
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(Georgia), Azra Deniz Okyay’s Ghosts [+lire aussi :
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(Turkey), and the Canadian-Bosnian co-production The White Fortress [+lire aussi :
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by Igor Drljača.

The annual Alexander Lifka Awards, named after the acclaimed Yugoslavian cinematographer and travelling movie theatre owner, which are given for outstanding contribution to European cinema, will go to Serbian actor Aleksandar Berček (Promise Me This [+lire aussi :
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, Circles [+lire aussi :
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) and German director Christian Petzold. This year’s Underground Spirit Award laureate is the producer Ada Solomon, known for her internationally successful Romanian New Wave projects, while another Special Honorary Aleksandar Lifka Award for contribution to regional cinema will be introduced for the first time and given to Slovenian actress Milena Zupančić (Slovenia the Promised Land, Good to Go [+lire aussi :
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).

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