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DEAUVILLE ET LE RÊVE AMÉRICAIN

by Daphné Baiwir

synopsis

Reflec­tion of the soci­ety and vec­tor of the occi­den­tal cul­ture, Amer­i­can cin­e­ma influ­ences the entire world since its debuts. For more than 45 years, the Deauville Amer­i­can Film Fes­ti­val is the main Euro­pean win­dow on Amer­i­can films; hav­ing his biggest direc­tors and stars stood on the famous Nor­mandy board­walk, Les Planch­es. This doc­u­men­tary tells the sto­ry of the Fes­ti­val and exam­ines the cur­rent state of US indie films, with the tes­ti­monies of about twen­ty Amer­i­can and French cin­e­ma fig­ures.

original title: Deauville et le rêve américain
country: France
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Daphné Baiwir
film run: 75'
screenplay: Daphné Baiwir
cinematography by: Sebastien Cruz
film editing: Daphné Baiwir
music: Sander Kalmei­jer
production: Les Films de la Plage
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