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German films and co-productions at the Montreal New Cinema Festival

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- With Wenders, Egoyan, and Sokurov's latest, as well as Miguel Gomes' trilogy, amongst others, Germany sends solid representation to Canada

German films and co-productions at the Montreal New Cinema Festival
Remember by Atom Egoyan

The 44th Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montreal (7-18 October) includes a vast selection of German co-productions. In the Panorama section, the Canadian public will see Romania's Florin Şerban's Box [+see also:
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, Yared Zeleke's Lamb [+see also:
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, Dennis Cooper & Zac Farley's Little Cattle Towards Glow, Micah Magee's Petting Zoo, and well as Carlos Machado Quintela's The Project of the Century [+see also:
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The Special Presentation programme is also very rich in German high profile coproductions, starting with Wim Wenders' latest, Every Thing Will Be Fine [+see also:
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, and two Venice competition titles: Atom Egoyan's Remember [+see also:
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, co-produced with Canada, and Alexander Sokurov's Francofonia [+see also:
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, co-produced with France and The Netherlands. The list also includes Miguel Gomes' Arabian Nights [+see also:
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volumes 1, 2 & 3(coproduced with Portugal, France and Switzerland), Naomi Kawase's An [+see also:
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(coproduced with Japan and France), and Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Cemetery of Splendour [+see also:
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(co-produced with Thailand, United Kingdom, France and Malaysia). 

In the Temps Ø section, Montreal features Jonathan Jarzyna, Lucas Ufo & JJ Weihl's Emocean, Khavn de la Cruz's Ruined Heart: Another Love Story Between and Criminal & a Whore, and Norbert Heitker's Wacken 3D, Louder Than Hell. Amongst the titles running in the International Short Film Competition are Jochen Kuhn's Always Tired, Till Nowak's Dissonance, and Philip Widmann's Fictitious Force.

Children will be able to enjoy Antje Heyn's Pawo, while the FNC Series includes Edward Berger & Samira Radsi's Deutschland 83, and the FNC LAB welcomes Lena Ditte Nissen's Anome, Christine Reeh's The Chronicles of Polyaris, and Isabell Spengler's Two Days at the Falls.

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