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Le public choisit les gagnants de Scope50

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- En anglais : The Reunion, Magical Girl, P'tit Quinquin, Blind, Out of Nature et Party Girl sont les titres qui ont été sélectionnés et seront distribués

Le public choisit les gagnants de Scope50
P'tit Quinquin de Bruno Dumont

Cet article est disponible en anglais.

Scope50 has just announced the winning films from its partnered territories. The project developed by Gutek Film (Poland) and Festival Scope (France), in collaboration with Aero Films (Czech Republic), Stadtkino (Austria), Soda Pictures (UK) and Cinefil Co (Hungary) and supported by EU Creative Europe Audience Development, seeks to rethink the acquisition and the release processes for independent European films by building up a community (the Scope50 community) consisting of 50 active film lovers from each participating country who must watch ten carefully selected films and vote for the best one - which will subsequently be released.

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Each country’s audience has elected a different winner: The Reunion [+lire aussi :
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fared well in the UK, whilst Magical Girl [+lire aussi :
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came out on top in Poland, Li'l Quinquin [+lire aussi :
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in Austria, Blind [+lire aussi :
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in the Czech Republic, and finally Out of Nature [+lire aussi :
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turned more than a few heads in Hungary. In some cases, it led to great collateral effects, as the distributor ended up buying two films: the winner as voted by the audience and the favourite film of its distribution team. For example, this happened to Party Girl [+lire aussi :
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, which will be distributed in Poland by Gutek Film ahead of the release of Magical Girl.

After the films had been screened for a month, viewers were fully engaged in discussing and influencing the marketing campaign – including elements such as trailers, loglines and bold, original initiatives. Many of them offered to act as “film ambassadors”, cooperate with the local media and introduce the winning film to the general public at preview screenings. Graphic designers among the audience are working on poster designs, which will be submitted to the producers, while bloggers will have an opportunity to conduct interviews with the directors. The releases are planned for the coming month of June.

(Traduit de l'anglais)

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