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La Rochelle Cinéma festeggia in grande stile il suo 50° compleanno

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- Dal 1° al 10 luglio, il festival presenterà più di 200 film tra cui 47 film recenti amati in tutto il mondo e omaggi a Joanna Hogg, Jonás Trueba e Alain Delon

La Rochelle Cinéma festeggia in grande stile il suo 50° compleanno
Tenéis que venir a verla di Jonás Trueba

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Now presided over by producer Sylvie Pialat, and much appreciated for the quality and diversity of its programmes, its popularity with the public (86,492 admissions in 2019) and its strictly non-competitive format, the La Rochelle Film Festival (FEMA) will be celebrating its 50th anniversary between 1 and 10 July, with over 200 films set for the showcase.

In the tributes line-up, the legendary Alain Delon stands tall (with 21 films on the agenda), alongside two rising stars (set to make the journey to La Rochelle) of European arthouse cinema: English director Joanna Hogg (in 5 feature films, her upcoming opus standing a very good chance of taking part in the next Venetian competition) and Spain’s Jonás Trueba (by way of six feature films, including You Have to Come and See It [+leggi anche:
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, which was recently released in Spain and is set to take part in the official competition of the Karlovy Vary Festival, which is kicking off this Friday).

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On the retrospectives agenda, the complete works of Pier Paolo Pasolini are set for the showcase, as is a focus on Bulgarian filmmaker Binka Zhelyazkova (who started her career in 1957, with four of her nine films being censored in her homeland) and another on Audrey Hepburn. The Discovery line-up, meanwhile, will be dedicated to New Ukrainian Cinema (notably the recent titles Stop-Zemlia [+leggi anche:
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by Kateryna Gornostai, Klondike [+leggi anche:
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by Maryna Er Gorbach and Pamfir [+leggi anche:
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by Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk). Likewise worth a mention is a Music Lesson revolving around Ennio Morricone (in the presence of Marco Morricone and Marco Tullio Giordana and featuring a screening of Giuseppe Tornatore’s Ennio [+leggi anche:
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which will be released in France on 6 July) and an Animated Editing Lesson delivered by editor Valérie Loiseleux alongside director of photography Renato Berta.

And that’s without forgetting the 26 films gracing the History of Portuguese Film line-up (including Cannes titles Will-O’-The-Wisp [+leggi anche:
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by João Pedro Rodrigues and Alma Viva [+leggi anche:
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by Cristèle Alves Meira), the 21 heritage works in the From Yesterday to Today section, a programme celebrating the 30-year anniversary of ACID (showcasing Cannes’ opening movie The Strange Case of Jacky Caillou [+leggi anche:
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by Lucas Delangle), A Day in Five Films featuring Brad Pitt, silent films accompanied by an orchestra, and animation by way of a Children’s line-up, as well as an exploration of works by Bulgaria’s Andrey Koulev and the Czech Republic’s Jiří Brdečka.

It’s a sweeping panorama, punctuated by the favourite films of the year populating the Here and Elsewhere section: 47 feature films hailing from all over the world, at least twenty of which are heading to La Rochelle off the back of Cannes, including Swedish director Ruben Ostlünd’s Palme d’Or winner Triangle of Sadness [+leggi anche:
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, the award-winning Boy From Heaven [+leggi anche:
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by his compatriot Tarik Saleh, and competitors Forever Young [+leggi anche:
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by Italian-French director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Pacifiction [+leggi anche:
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by Spain’s Albert Serra and R.M.N. [+leggi anche:
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by Romania’s Cristian Mungiu. This batallion of Cannes movies is rounded off by various other works, including an armful of French titles, notably One Fine Morning [+leggi anche:
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by Mia Hansen-Løve, The Worst Ones [+leggi anche:
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by Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret, and The Five Devils [+leggi anche:
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by Léa Mysius (which is set to open the festival).

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