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Friburgo: festival pequeño, grandes ambiciones

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- En inglés: El Festival Internacional de Cine de Friburgo prepara su nueva edición, que disfrutará de un rico y variado programa de 113 películas

Friburgo: festival pequeño, grandes ambiciones
Black Level, de Valentyn Vasyanovych

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As pointed out by Alain Berset, president of the Swiss Confederation: "The FIFF has taken on new momentum in recent years, allowing it to become one of the few small festivals to be mentioned alongside some of the biggest." A positive comment that highlights the desire of International Fribourg Film Festival (FIFF) to consolidate its presence in the landscape of Swiss and international film festivals. Constantly looking for a balance between films for the general public and more niche productions, great classics and exciting discoveries, the festival continues to attract important individuals from the world of cinema. This year, for its 32nd edition (16 to 24 March), Ken Loach will be making an appearance at Fribourg to host an expected masterclass (19 March).

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The international competition (feature films), composed of 12 films from as many different countries, will host four European productions and co-productions: Black Level [+lee también:
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by the Ukranian director Valentyn Vasyanovych, What Will People Say [+lee también:
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(Norway/Germany/Sweden) by Norwegian-Pakistanidirector Iram Haq, Foxtrot [+lee también:
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(Israel/Switzerland/Germany/France) by the Israeli director Samuel Maoz and The Seen and Unseen [+lee también:
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(Indonesia/the Netherlands/Australia/Qatar) by Indonesian director Kamila Andini.

The Nouveau territoire section will focus on Mongolia this year. Ten films will be screened at Fribourg with the aim of underlining the quality and variety of a relatively unknown cinematographic landscape. Both Cannes and Berlin festival will be present at the FIFF through two "cartes blanches": the first (a selection of ten films) will be directed by the director of Cannes Film Festival, Thierry Frémaux, and the second one will be dedicated to Beki Probst, founder of Berlinale's European Film Market.

(Traducción del italiano)

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