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SÉVILLE 2022

Les regards importants du cinéma européen se donnent rendez-vous au Festival de Séville

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Les regards importants du cinéma européen se donnent rendez-vous au Festival de Séville
L’Envol de Pietro Marcello

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The Seville Film Festival celebrates its 19th edition between 4 and 12 November with 222 films, 139 premieres, six competitive sections and a full programme of activities, opening with the screening of the French production Other People’s Children [+lire aussi :
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, by Rebecca Zlotowski

Universal figures such as the Russian Alexandr Sokurov, who will bring his co-production with Belgium Fairytale [+lire aussi :
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; the American Frederick Wiseman, who will screen his co-production with France A Couple [+lire aussi :
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; the Italian Paolo Taviani with Leonora Addio [+lire aussi :
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; and the French Michel Ocelot with his animated film Black Pharaon, the Savage and the Princess [+lire aussi :
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; as well as key auteurs to understand the richness of contemporary filmmaking, such as the Filipino Lav Diaz with his first co-production with Europe When the Waves Are Gone [+lire aussi :
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, the Italian Pietro Marcello with his French production Scarlet [+lire aussi :
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, the Italian-French Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi with Forever Young [+lire aussi :
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, the Portuguese João Pedro Rodrigues and his passionate Will-o’-the-Wisp [+lire aussi :
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, the Danish-based Iranian Ali Abbasi with Holy Spider [+lire aussi :
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(after his impressive Border [+lire aussi :
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); the Italian-Austrian duo Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel with Vera [+lire aussi :
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, and the Latvian Signe Baumane with her animated film My Love Affair with Marriage [+lire aussi :
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, will compete for the Golden Giraldillo.

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Alongside them, true to its mission of reflecting the vitality of young talent, the festival will also screen new projects from the Belgian Lukas Dhont, such as the award-winning Close [+lire aussi :
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interview : Lukas Dhont
interview : Lukas Dhont
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; the French Lola Quivoron and her Rodéo [+lire aussi :
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; the acclaimed Saint Omer [+lire aussi :
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, by her compatriot Alice Diop; and the Iraqi based in Austria Kurdwin Ayub, who will present the award-winning Sonne [+lire aussi :
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.

These are joined by the British Joanna Hogg, with The Eternal Daughter [+lire aussi :
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, starring a double Tilda Swinton; and the French Léonor Serraille, presenting Mother and Son [+lire aussi :
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after her Caméra d'Or Montparnasse Bienvenüe [+lire aussi :
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. The Spanish presence in this official section is provided by the co-production between the host country, together with Argentina and France Matadero [+lire aussi :
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, by Santiago Fillol, and Siete Jereles, the latest film from the unstoppable Gonzalo García Pelayo, together with Pedro G. Romero.

The New Waves section will screen a variety of films from emerging talents in European cinema, including the Scottish Charlotte Wells (Aftersun [+lire aussi :
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), the German Helena Wittmann (Human Flowers of Flesh [+lire aussi :
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), the Portuguese Carlos Conceição (Tommy Guns [+lire aussi :
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interview : Carlos Conceição
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), the Croatian Juraj Lerotić (Safe Place [+lire aussi :
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) and the Spanish Julián Génisson (Inmotep [+lire aussi :
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).

During the presentation of the programme, which took place at the Filmoteca Española a few days ago, the Mayor of Seville Antonio Muñoz announced that the City Council, through the Institute for Culture and Arts of Seville (ICAS) and thanks to funding from the Film and Audiovisual Arts Institute (ICAA) with Next Generation funds, will launch the Seville Cinema Lab project, "whose aim is to promote high-level training for film professionals, as well as developing film projects in international co-productions".

New this year for the Seville Festival is Essential Voices, a cycle that will bring together filmmakers who have made a key contribution to contemporary cinema, with the collaboration of the European Film Academy and the University of Seville. The Spanish Juan Antonio Bayona and Álex de la Iglesia will take part, along with Alexandr Sokurov, Michel Ocelot and Signe Baumane, as well as the emerging talents Elena López Riera and Charlotte Wells, in addition to a round table on Carlos Saura.

The Seville Festival has also established itself as a meeting point under the title SEFF Industria. The Association of Independent Film Distributors (ADICINE) and the event are once again organising the Independent Film Market (MERCI) from 9 to 11 November, which includes the screening for exhibitors, television channels and platforms of 20 titles that will reach Spanish commercial cinemas by the end of 2023.

The entire programme and activities of the 19th Seville European Film Festival can be viewed here.

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