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LA ROCHELLE 2018

La Rochelle celebra il cinema bulgaro

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- Dodici film che mettono in luce le nuove dinamiche della cinematografia bulgara sono in vetrina al 46° Festival internazionale del film di La Rochelle

La Rochelle celebra il cinema bulgaro
Ága di Milko Lazarov

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Corruption, the grip of the mafia, social deprivation, the post-communist legacy... For the last few years, Bulgarian arthouse film has been enjoying a healthy revival through fiction and documentary titles tackling various social traumas. And while it’s still too early to say whether this is a major, deep-rooted movement, it certainly constitutes a future dynamic that becomes all the more distinct when we realise it concerns filmmakers in their thirties and forties. The 46th edition of the La Rochelle International Film Festival, which is now entering the home stretch, has decided to zoom in on this trend through a selection of 12 films, eight of which have not yet been released in France.

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Organised in conjunction with MEDIA Desk Bulgaria, the Sofia International Film Festival and the Paris Bulgarian Film Festival, this programme of discovery most notably includes two titles that were screened at Berlin in February this year: Ága [+leggi anche:
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 by Milko Lazarov (set to be released in France on 7 November, courtesy of Arizona Distribution) and the documentary I See Red People [+leggi anche:
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 by Bojina Panayotova.

A number of other movies that successfully turned heads at major international film festivals are also on the line-up, including two features by Ilian Metev3/4 [+leggi anche:
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(Golden Leopard in the Filmmakers of the Present section at Locarno last year) and the documentary Sofia's Last Ambulance [+leggi anche:
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 (presented at Cannes, in the 2012 Critics’ Week). Also on the menu are Directions [+leggi anche:
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by Stephan Komandarev (unveiled in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2017), Godless [+leggi anche:
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by Ralitza Petrova (Golden Leopard and Best Actress Award at Locarno in 2016), and the first two features by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov: The Lesson [+leggi anche:
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(winner of the New Directors section of San Sebastián in 2014, following its premiere at Toronto) and Glory [+leggi anche:
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 (in competition at Locarno in 2016).

The programme is rounded off by The Last Black Sea Pirates by Svetoslav StoyanovThe Mosquito Problem and Other Stories and The Boy Who Was a King by Andrey Paounov, and the docs The Good Postman [+leggi anche:
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 by Tonislav Hristov and Every Wall Is a Door [+leggi anche:
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 by Elitza Gueorguieva.

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