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TRIESTE 2022

Le Festival de Trieste revient sous une forme hybride

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- Le cinéma d’Europe de l’Est et le cinéma italien ont rendez-vous du 21 au 30 janvier, avec Evolution, le nouveau film de Kornél Mundruczó, comme film d’ouverture

Le Festival de Trieste revient sous une forme hybride
Evolution de Kornél Mundruczó

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The 33rd instalment of the Trieste Film Festival will unspool from 21 to 30 January in “hybrid” form, following on from last year’s unavoidably digital edition. Evolution [+lire aussi :
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, the new feature film directed by Kornél Mundruczó, is due to open the event, following the success of Pieces of a Woman [+lire aussi :
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, which not only scooped an award in Venice, but was also nominated for an Oscar. Much acclaimed within the Cannes Premiere section of the most recent Cannes Film Festival, Evolution also boasts Martin Scorsese as executive producer (with its release in Italian cinemas set for 27 January, via Teodora Film), much like its predecessor.

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Founded to pay tribute to stars from the world of film who have dedicated their careers to building bridges between East and West, the Eastern Star Award will this year go to Mundruczó himself, while the Cinema Warrior Award will be entrusted to Luciana Castellina.

Eleven titles are set to battle it out within the Feature Film Competition, unfolding within the festival directed by Fabrizio Grosoli and Nicoletta Romeo (the jury comprises film critics Dubravka Lakić and Emanuela Martini, and programmer and selector Edvinas Pukšta): Croatia’s Murina [+lire aussi :
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by Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović (which won the Golden Camera award for Best First Work at the most recent Cannes Film Festival) uses the tension between a teenage girl and her obsessive father to underline the country’s wider chauvinistic tendencies; a familiar though entirely female story forms the focus of Women Do Cry [+lire aussi :
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by Bulgarian directors Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova; Stefan Arsenijević is returning to Trieste with As Far as I Can Walk [+lire aussi :
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, which adapts Strahinja Banović’s medieval poem to modern-day Belgrade, as is Romania’s Radu Muntean, who tells a story of a humanitarian mission compromised in Întregalde [+lire aussi :
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; Bebia. À mon seul désir [+lire aussi :
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by Juja Dobrachkous pays tribute to women directors working in Georgian film, who are this year’s stars of the "Wild Roses. Women Directors in Europe” section; Serbian movies Celts [+lire aussi :
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by Milica Tomović and Darkling [+lire aussi :
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by Dušan Milić explore the trauma of the Kosovo War; the Balkans are likewise the focus of two female-style tales: The Hill Where Lionesses Roar [+lire aussi :
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directed by Luàna Bajrami (presented at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight) and Looking for Venera [+lire aussi :
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by Norika Sefa (rewarded in Rotterdam); bullying is the central theme of Sisterhood [+lire aussi :
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by Dina Duma, from North Macedonia, while Slovenia also features by way of Matevž Luzar’s Orchestra [+lire aussi :
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Another great name in Hungarian cinema, Ildikó Enyedi, is closing the festival’s in-person screenings by way of The Story of My Wife [+lire aussi :
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, which was presented in competition in Cannes 2021 and stars Léa Seydoux, Gijs Naber, Louis Garrel, Sergio Rubini and Jasmine Trinca in its cast.

An additional six titles are set to screen out of competition: Slovakia’s 107 Mothers [+lire aussi :
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by Peter Kerekes; Not So Friendly Neighbourhood Affair [+lire aussi :
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by Oscar-winner Danis Tanović; Fabian - Going to the Dogs [+lire aussi :
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by Germany’s Dominik Graf; Small Body [+lire aussi :
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, which is the debut film by Italy’s Laura Samani; Vera Dreams of the Sea [+lire aussi :
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by Kosovo’s Kaltrina Krasniqi; and Polish film Leave No Traces [+lire aussi :
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by Jan P. Matuszyński.

Twelve titles will be pitted against one another in the Documentary Competition: 1970 [+lire aussi :
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by Tomasz Wolski; Reconstruction of Occupation [+lire aussi :
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by Jan Šikl; Ill Stand by You by Virginija Vareikytė and Maximilien Dejoie; The Case by Nina Guseva; The Balcony Movie [+lire aussi :
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interview : Paweł Łoziński
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by Paweł Łoziński, which was honoured in Locarno; Never Coming Back by Mikołaj Lizut; Krai [+lire aussi :
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by Aleksey Lapin; Looking for Horses [+lire aussi :
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by Stefan Pavlović; Museum of the Revolution [+lire aussi :
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by Srđan Keča; Reconciliation [+lire aussi :
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by Marija Zidar; René - The Prisoner of Freedom [+lire aussi :
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by Helena Třeštíková; and Factory to the Workers [+lire aussi :
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by Srđan Kovačević. Seven documentaries are set to be showcased out of competition: Babi Yar. Context [+lire aussi :
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by Sergej Loznica; Bosnia Express [+lire aussi :
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by Massimo DOrzi; Gorbachev. Heaven [+lire aussi :
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by Vitalij Manskij; the short film Freikörperkultur by Alba Zari; The Jungle by Cristian Natoli; Tullio Kezich – A proposito di me by Gioia Magrini; and L'ultimo calore dacciaio by Francesco De Filippo and Diego Cenetiempo.

The Corso Salani Prize is also on the agenda, presenting five Italian films awaiting distribution: From the Planet of the Humans [+lire aussi :
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by Giovanni Cioni; Des portes et des déserts by Loredana Bianconi; Divided: What Language Do You Express Love in? by Federico Schiavi and Christine Reinhold; Isole by Mario Brenta and Karine de Villers; and Journey into the Twilight [+lire aussi :
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by Augusto Contento, in addition to Insultati. Bielorussia by Caterina Shulha, which is screening out of competition.

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