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ANGOULÊME 2021

14ma caccia al Valois d'Or ad Angoulême

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- Con un programma molto ricco che include un concorso di dieci titoli, l'edizione di quest'anno del Festival del cinema francofono si svolgerà dal 24 al 29 agosto

14ma caccia al Valois d'Or ad Angoulême
Eiffel de Martin Bourboulon

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Today’s European premiere of Martin Bourboulon’s Eiffel [+leggi anche:
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is opening the 14th Angoulême Francophone Film Festival (FFA), which is now unfolding until 29 August. The event will be closed by Marc Dugain’s Eugénie Grandet [+leggi anche:
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and is once again offering up a bumper line-up, including a competition comprising ten titles and set to be deliberated upon by a jury led by Nicole Garcia (flanked by actor Reda Kateb, director Antonin Baudry, rapper Oxmo Puccino and novelist Marie Ndiaye, among other names).

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Three notable titles battling it out for the 2021 Valois d’Or were unveiled to audiences in Cannes last month: A Tale of Love and Desire [+leggi anche:
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by Leyla Bouzid, Softie [+leggi anche:
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by Samuel Theis (both of which were well-received in Critics’ Week) and the French-Belgian production Our Men [+leggi anche:
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by Rachel Lang (which closed the Directors’ Fortnight).

Likewise in the running for the award are Rose [+leggi anche:
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by Aurélie Saada (handed a trophy on Locarno’s Piazza Grande), The Family by Fabien Gorgeart, Ils sont vivants by Jérémie Elkaïm, Black Box [+leggi anche:
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by Yann Gozlan, Le chemin du bonheur by Luxemburg’s Nicolas Steil, the brilliant Night of the Kings [+leggi anche:
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by Philippe Lacôte and Une révision by Canada’s Catherine Therrien.

18 premieres are also stealing focus on the agenda, including Cannes competitor Paris, 13th District [+leggi anche:
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by Jacques Audiard, another two titles unveiled on the Croisette (during Critics’ Week) in the form of Anais in Love [+leggi anche:
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by Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet and A Radiant Girl [+leggi anche:
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by Sandrine Kiberlain, not to mention Drift Away [+leggi anche:
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by Xavier Beauvois (well received in competition in Berlin), The Man in the Basement by Philippe Le Guay, Third Grade by Jacques Doillon, The Young Lovers [+leggi anche:
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by Carine Tardieu, Le Test by Emmanuel Poulain-Arnaud, Beautiful Minds by the directorial duo Bernard Campan and Alexandre Jollien, On est fait pour s’entendre by Pascal Elbé, and Aline, The Voice of Love [+leggi anche:
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by Valérie Lemercier (screened out of competition in Cannes).The section going by the name of Les Flamboyants will present Chère Léa by Jérôme Bonnell, alongside two Cannes films (competitor The Restless [+leggi anche:
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by Belgium’s Joachim Lafosse and Love Songs for Tough Guys [+leggi anche:
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by Samuel Benchetrit), while the Premiers Rendez-Vous line-up includes Besties by Marion Desseigne Ravel, Pierre et Jeanne by Clémentine Célarié and L’horizon by Émilie Carpentier.

There’s also a new section in the festival line-up: Les Nouveaux Regards, which will showcase The Braves [+leggi anche:
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by Anaïs Volpé (discovered in Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight), Roaring 20s [+leggi anche:
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by Elisabeth Vogler (which scooped an award in Tribeca), Les lendemains de veille by Loïc Paillard and Savage Days by David Lanzmann.

The remainder of the festival’s copious programme further boasts a documentary section, various screening events (notably involving Cannes titles Jane by Charlotte [+leggi anche:
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by Charlotte Gainsbourg and Freda [+leggi anche:
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by Haiti’s Gessica Généus), the usual Bijoux de Famille distributor focus which will be dedicated to Memento Distribution, a spotlight on the work of director Martin Provost (who is set to deliver a masterclass, alongside Nicole Garcia and costume designer Catherine Leterrier), a tribute to Algerian cinema (showcasing La famille by Merzak Allouache, and Lina Soualem’s documentary Their Algeria [+leggi anche:
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, to name just two), a mega screening for Denis Imbert’s Vicky and Her Mystery [+leggi anche:
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, and a Ciné & Concerts agenda featuring Fabrice Maruca’s Si on chantait and two films discovered in Cannes: the energetic Casablanca Beats [+leggi anche:
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by Nabil Ayouch, and Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu’s side-splitting flick Tralala [+leggi anche:
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