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Il cinema britannico in vetrina a Dinard

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- Dopo un anno di pausa dovuta alla pandemia, la località balneare bretone ospita la 32a edizione di un festival rinnovato che include il concorso Hitchcock d'Or e una retrospettiva di Joanna Hogg

Il cinema britannico in vetrina a Dinard
The Souvenir: Part II di Joanna Hogg

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Now under the artistic direction of Dominique Green, the Dinard British Film Festival will return to its Breton setting on the Emerald Coast for its 32nd edition (from 29 September to 3 October), after being cancelled last year in the midst of the pandemic. This revival is accompanied by a reorganisation of the programme structure and (in addition to the presence of numerous guests in theatres) by the possibility of online access (via Festival Scope and geo-localised in France) to many films in the selection.

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Headlining the event is the Hitchcock d'Or competition, with six feature films in the running to be judged by a jury chaired by actress Bérénice Bejo (supported by fellow actress Laura Smet, director Mohamed Hamidi and producer Paul Webster). This year's nominees are Sweetheart by Marley Morrison, Limbo [+leggi anche:
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by Ben Sharrock, Ride The Wave by Martyn Robertson, Creation Stories [+leggi anche:
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by Nick Moran, The Power by Corinna Faith and Wildfire [+leggi anche:
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by Cathy Brady.

Also on the menu are a complete Joanna Hogg retrospective (including The Souvenir Part II [+leggi anche:
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, presented at this year's Directors' Fortnight and which Condor Distribution will release in France on 29 December at the same time as the first part) and special screenings for, among others, Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho [+leggi anche:
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(discovered in early September in Venice), Mark Cousins' documentary The Storms of Jeremy Thomas [+leggi anche:
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(unveiled at Cannes Classics) and Uberto Pasolini's Nowhere Special [+leggi anche:
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The variety of British production will be presented in six thematic sections. "Land & Sea" will present the documentaries Cow [+leggi anche:
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by Andrea Arnold (appreciated at Cannes Premiere) and Boat Song by Alastair Cole, or Fanny Lye Deliver'd [+leggi anche:
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by Thomas Clay. The "To be or not to be" section (sponsored by producer Elizabeth Karlsen) will screen Clio Barnard's Ali & Ava [+leggi anche:
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(Directors' Fortnight 2021), Philip Barantini's Boiling Point [+leggi anche:
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(special mention last month in Karlovy Vary) and Aleem Khan's After Love [+leggi anche:
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(Critics' Week 2020). The "What a Horror" section will highlight the revival of British cinema with Ruth Paxton's A Banquet, Prano Bailey-Bond's Censor [+leggi anche:
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and Ruth Platt's Martyrs Lane [+leggi anche:
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. Finally, the programmes "It's Teen Spirit," "Dinard Rocks The Casbah" and "Irish Eyes in Dinard" (with producer Celine Haddad as patron) should be mentioned.

All this without forgetting the short films selection  "Shortcuts - Views from the 4 nations" and the series It's a Sin.


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