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The Croisette is in sight for the second CCA committee of 2015

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- The second 2015 session of the CCA’s Film Selection Committee has accepted the new movies by Joachim Lafosse and the Dardenne brothers

The Croisette is in sight for the second CCA committee of 2015
The Dardenne brothers at Cannes in 2014

At its second session of 2015, the CCA’s Film Selection Committee has accepted two colossi (relatively speaking) of Belgian cinema, which will most likely be seen on the Croisette next May: L'économie du couple [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Joachim Lafosse
film profile
]
 by Joachim Lafosse and La Fille Inconnue [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
Q&A: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
film profile
]
by the Dardenne brothers. In total, the Film and Audiovisual Centre will make writing, development or production aid available to 20 feature-length fiction projects, nine short films and 17 documentaries, adding up to a total sum of €3.565 million.

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La Fille inconnue by the Dardenne brothers follows the efforts of a young female doctor as she attempts to find out the identity of a patient who has been found dead shortly after she found the doors of her surgery locked. Adèle Haenel will play the lead role, rubbing shoulders with Olivier Gourmet and Christelle Cornil. The movie is being produced by Les Films du Fleuve.
 Joachim Lafosse, whose The White Knights [+see also:
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interview: Joachim Lafosse
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]
is being screened as a world premiere in competition at Toronto, before then being shown at San Sebastian, is already back with a new feature, again staged by Versus Production: L’Economie du couple, in which Bérénice Béjo and Cédric Kahn are going through a divorce that will force each of them to ask questions about the way to hold onto what they contributed to the marriage. Meanwhile, in The Perfect Movie, Marc-Henri Wajnberg, whose film Kinshasa Kids [+see also:
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interview: Marc-Henri Wajnberg
festival scope
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]
travelled around the entire world, will follow the adventures of a director who is faced with an original dilemma, to say the least: producing his film in spite of the murder of his actress-to-be, whom he had fallen madly in love with. He will produce the movie via his own outfit, Wajnbrosse Productions.

Production aid has also been granted to Le Voleur, the feature debut by Guérin Van De Vorst (Osez la Macédoine), produced by Wrong Men North, and to the first fictional effort by documentarian Martha Bergman with Seule à mon mariage, backed by Frakas. Also of note is the return of young filmmaker Amélie Van Elmbt (Headfirst [+see also:
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), who is receiving writing aid for Drôle de Père. As for the minority productions, the Film Centre will be supporting the upcoming projects by Flemish director Nic Balthazar, Say Something Funny [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
, and by Israel’s Eran Kolirin, Au delà des montagnes [+see also:
trailer
film profile
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(both co-produced by Entre chien et loup), in addition to French filmmaker Stéphane Brizé’s new title, Une vie [+see also:
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trailer
film focus
Q&A: Stéphane Brizé
film profile
]
, staged in Belgium by Versus.

(Translated from French)

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