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Advance on receipts from the CNC for Demain et tous les autres jours by Noémie Lvovsky

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- The CNC will also be supporting the upcoming movies by Bruno Dumont, Mia Hansen-Løve, Gaël Morel, Emmanuelle Cuau and Avi Mograbi

Advance on receipts from the CNC for Demain et tous les autres jours by Noémie Lvovsky
Director Noémie Lvovsky

Six projects have been accepted during the first 2015 session of the second committee of the CNC’s advance on receipts. Standing out among them is Demain et tous les autres jours (lit. “Tomorrow and Every Other Day”) by actress-director Noémie Lvovsky. Currently at the casting stage and produced by F Comme Film, the feature (for which the plot is being kept a closely guarded secret for now) will be the filmmaker’s sixth movie, following Forget Me (Berlinale Forum 1995), I’m Not Afraid of Life (in competition at Locarno in 1999), Feelings (in competition at Venice in 2003 and the winner of the Louis Delluc Prize), Faut que ça danse! [+see also:
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(in competition and winner of the Best Actor Award at Karlovy Vary in 2008) and Camille Rewinds [+see also:
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, which brought the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight to a close in 2012, before enjoying a very impressive run in French theatres and earning itself 13 nominations for the César Awards in 2013.

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An advance on receipts has also been granted to Ma loute [+see also:
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by Bruno Dumont, which will be produced by 3B. Having already received backing from Arte France Cinéma (read the news) and Pictanovo, the film will immerse audiences in the Slack estuary in 1910.

The CNC will also be supporting another project that has already received backing from Arte France Cinéma: L'avenir (lit. “The Future”) by Mia Hansen-Løve. Produced by CG Cinéma and billed by the director as “the portrait of a philosophy teacher played by Isabelle Huppert”, the movie will be her fifth feature, following All Is Forgiven [+see also:
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interview: David Thion
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(Directors’ Fortnight 2007), Father of My Children [+see also:
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(winner of the Special Jury Prize in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2009), Goodbye First Love [+see also:
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interview: Mia Hansen-Love
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(which earned a Special Mention at Locarno in 2011) and Eden [+see also:
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interview: Charles Gillibert
interview: Mia Hansen-Løve
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(unveiled last year at Toronto and in competition at San Sebastian).

An advance on receipts has also been promised to Prendre le large by Gaël Morel. Staged by TS Productions, this film will be the fifth feature by the director, following Full Speed (Directors’ Fortnight 1996), Under Another Sky (2002), Three Dancing Slaves [+see also:
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(2004), Après lui [+see also:
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(Directors’ Fortnight 2007) and Our Paradise [+see also:
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(2010).

The CNC has also selected Pris de court [+see also:
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(lit. “Caught Unawares”), which will be produced by Christmas in July and will be the third feature by the all-too-scarce Emmanuelle Cuau, following Circuit Carole (1995) and Very Well, Thank You [+see also:
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(2007).

Lastly, an advance on receipts has gone to Entre les frontières [+see also:
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(lit. “Between the Frontiers”) by Israeli documentary-maker Avi Mograbi (popular out of competition at Cannes in 2005 with Avenge But One of My Two Eyes, among other titles), whose new opus will be produced by Paris-based outfit Les Films d'Ici.

(Translated from French)

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