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Rezo launches Blancanieves on 67 screens

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- French critics praise the fascinating black and white film by Spanish director Pablo Berger as it shines amongst 13 new releases

Rezo launches Blancanieves on 67 screens

After having seduced, amongst others, the Toronto Film Festival, won a Prix Spécial du Jury in San Sebastian, been chosen as the Spanish candidate for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and after sweeping 18 nominations for the 2013 Goya Awards, Blancanieves [+see also:
film review
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interview: Pablo Berger
film profile
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 by Pablo Berger arrives on French screens today under a downpour of praise. Distributed by Rezo Films on 67 screens, the audacious, captivating and moving black and white silent feature film, which revisits the tale of Snow White, was coproduced by France via Noodles Production and Arte France Cinéma and had benefited from the advance on receipts of the CNC.

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The sympathetic brotherly road movie Welcome to Argentina [+see also:
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interview: Edouard Deluc
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by Edouard Deluc (revealing Philippe Rebbot, Nicolas Duvauchelle and Benjamin Biolay – Diaphana distribution on 80 screens) and the family comedy Rue Mandar by Idit Cebula (with Sandrine Kiberlain, Richard Berry and Emmanuelle Devos - article - Wild Bunch Distribution on 166 screens) also arrive on French screens today.

Let’s not forget Max [+see also:
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 by Stéphanie Murat (with Mathilde Seigner, and JoeyStarr - Warner Bros Pictures France in 294 cinemas), Cookie [+see also:
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 by Franco-Swiss director Léa Fazer (with Alice Taglioni and Virginie Efira -article - UGC Distribution in 195 cinemas), the caustic movie Le Grand Retournement by Gérard Mordillat, dedicated to the banking crisis (Solaris Distribution in 31 cinemas) and the Franco-Lebanese coproduction Too Much Love Will Kill You by Christophe Karabache (VisoSfeir on one screen).

In the box-office, Cycling with Molière [+see also:
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 by Philippe Le Guay (news) began with 237,000 admissions over 5 days, Renoir [+see also:
film review
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interview: Christa Théret
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]
by Gilles Bourdos reached 350,000 spectators in 19 days and On the Other Side of the Tracks [+see also:
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by David Charhon (news) was viewed by over 2 million spectators in 33 days. The great numbers of Royal Affair [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Mikkel Boe Følsgaard
interview: Nikolaj Arcel
film profile
]
 by Danish director Nikolaj Arcel (228,000 admissions in eight weeks) and Tabu [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Miguel Gomes
interview: Miguel Gomes
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 by Portuguese director Miguel Gomes (over 140,000 admissions in six weeks) should also be noted. 

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(Translated from French)

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