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Bellissima Films perseveres and signs

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- Golden Bear Caesar Must Die and the next Marco Tullio Giordana feature in the line-up of the Parisian company specialising in Italian cinema

Bellissima Films perseveres and signs

Set up in June 2010 by Fabio Conversi and run by François Sciappa-Kohn, French distribution house Bellissima Films has already launched 14 Italian movies in France's cinemas, where it is currently showing Valerio Mieli's Ten Winters in Venice [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Michele Riondino - actor
interview: Valerio Mieli
film profile
]
(16 prints in its 4th week with 20,000 admissions) and Emanuele Crialese's Terraferma [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Emanuele Crialese
interview: Emanuele Crialese
film profile
]
, which came out yesterday in 91 cinemas, and five other titles feature in the 2012 line-up.

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June 20 will see the arrival of Annalisa [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
, a story of friendship and football in the south-eastern region of Apulia in the 1990s, discovered in competition at the Rome Film Festival - read the article.

On July 18 follows A.C.A.B (All Cops Are Bastards) [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Stefano Sollima
film profile
]
, the first sensational feature from Stefano Sollima (article).

The programme for autumn is also particularly tantalising, with the Berlin Bear Caesar Must Die [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
film profile
]
(photo) on October 17, by Paolo et Vittorio Taviani, then on November 28, Marco Tullio Giordana's Piazza Fontana [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
which goes back over a mysterious attack which took place in Milan in 1969 (out in Italy on March 30).

Finally, in 2012 Bellissima Films will distribute Daniele Cipri's E' stato il figlio [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
(news), a tragi-comedy starring Toni Servillo, for which the release date is yet to be decided and which has the Venice Film Festival in sight.

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(Translated from French)

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