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The CNC backs Jean-Paul Rappeneau and Philippe Claudel

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- An advance on receipts also given to Diastème, Vanja d'Alcantara, Otar Iosseliani, Eva Husson, Uda Benyamina, Ramzi Ben Sliman and Louis Garrel

The CNC backs Jean-Paul Rappeneau and Philippe Claudel
Jean-Paul Rappeneau

Nine feature-film projects have been selected by the CNC in its first 2014 session to award advances on receipts. Among these titles are five picked by the second committee, including Belles familles [+see also:
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by Jean-Paul Rappeneau. Announced by Fidélité Films, the project, which is already benefitting from backing by the Ile-de-France region (see news), has been picked up for distribution by ARP Sélection.

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A promise of an advance on receipts was also made to Childhood [+see also:
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by Philippe Claudel (I’ve Loved You So Long [+see also:
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), for which pre-sales were launched at Berlin by its producer, Les Films du Losange (see news).

The CNC will also be supporting Un Français by Diastème (produced by Philippe Lioret and Marielle Duigou for Fin Août Production), the filmmaker’s second feature, following Sunny Spells [+see also:
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in 2008.

Other titles lucky enough to be selected were Le coeur régulier [+see also:
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by Belgian director Vanja d'Alcantara (produced by Bertrand Gore for Blue Monday) – who made a splash in competition at Locarno in 2010 with his feature debut Beyond the Steppes – as well as Chant d'hiver [+see also:
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by seasoned Georgian director Otar Iosseliani (Pierre Grise Productions).

Four debut feature-film projects were selected by the first advance-on-receipts committee of the CNC, including two being directed by young female filmmakers: Bang Gang [+see also:
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interview: Eva Husson
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 by Eva Husson (see news – produced by Didar Domehri for Full House) and Bâtarde [+see also:
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interview: Houda Benyamina
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by Uda Benyamina (produced by Marc-Benoît Créancier for Easy Tiger). Also among the productions fortunate enough to be picked are J'ai dégagé Ben Ali [+see also:
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by Ramzi Ben Sliman (Les Productions Balthazar and 10:15 Productions) and Louis Garrel’s Les deux amis (produced by Anne-Dominique Toussaint for Les Films des Tournelles), a project co-written by the director (who should also be starring in the film, alongside Vincent Macaigne and Golshifteh Farahani) and Christophe Honoré. The production is already being backed by Arte France Cinéma.

(Translated from French)

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