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"Dífferent 9! L'autre cinéma espagnol" descends on Paris

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- 15 unreleased features to be shown in the presence of the filmmakers, along with a tribute to Ricardo Darin, and sellers and distributors at the "Rendez-vous à l'Opéra!"

"Dífferent 9! L'autre cinéma espagnol" descends on Paris
The Olive Tree by Iciar Bollain

Set to be held between 15 and 21 June at the Majestic Passy cinema in Paris, "Dífferent 9! L'autre cinéma espagnol" will be pre-opened this evening by The Olive Tree [+see also:
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by Iciar Bollain (which will be released in France on 13 July by Haut et Court Distribution), with the director and actress Anna Castillo in attendance. The programme of this year’s edition of the event, which will most notably pay tribute to Argentinian star Ricardo Darin and José Maria Prado (Filmoteca Española), features 15 Spanish films previously unreleased in France. All the filmmakers will be putting in an appearance in the French capital to present their films.

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The festival will notably be screening five works that were discovered at San Sebastián: the multi-award-winning Truman [+see also:
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by Cesc Gay (which won both male performance awards at San Sebastián, five Goyas, including the Goya for Best Film, and will be released in France on 6 July by La Belle Company), A Perfect Day to Fly [+see also:
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by Marc Recha, Amama (When a Tree Falls) [+see also:
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by Asier Altuna, My Big Night [+see also:
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by Álex de la Iglesia and The Bride [+see also:
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by Paula Ortiz (which won the awards for Best Director of Photography and Best Supporting Actress at the Goyas).

The programme also includes feature films acclaimed at Malaga, like Los comensales by Sergio Villanueva (which won the Audience Award) and Quatretondeta [+see also:
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by Pol Rodriguez Ferrer (Special Mention), at Seville, like thriller Berserker [+see also:
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by Pablo Hernando, and at Valladolid, like The Invisible Artery [+see also:
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by Pere Vilà i Barceló, without forgetting La isla de Perejil by Ahmed Boulane and Capturar by Fernando Merinero (the first instalment in off-the-wall trilogy Les 1001 fiancées). Finally, bringing a bit of diversity to the festival is animated film Psiconautas [+see also:
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by Pedro Rivero and Alberto Vázquez and two documentaries: La granja del pas by Silvia Munt and Cançons d'amor i anarquia by Carlos Benpar.

The selection will be presented today at the Grand Hôtel Intercontinental, in Paris, by the sellers of the films to around forty French distributors as part of the 6th edition of the "Rendez-vous à l'Opéra!" organised by Ciné +, Espagnolas en París and l'ICEX - España Exportación y Inversiones. "Dífferent 9! L'autre cinéma espagnol" will also include five round tables that will be held on Wednesday 15 June at the Sorbonne on the theme "Film that’s fighting back".

(Translated from French)

CNC conférence 6 decembre
 

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