Spotlight on European cinema
by Marie-France Dupagne
The 24th edition of the Virton European Festival starts today with the film by Samuel Benchetrit, Janis and John starring Christophe Lambert and Marie Trintignant. The whole event is directed by André Cadet, and it features a wide overview this year’s the best European films. These include Kitchen Stories by Bent Hamer (Norway), Good Bye Lenin! [+see also:
interview: Wolfgang Becker
film profile] by Wolfgang Becker (Germany), In This World by Michael Winterbottom (Britain), Mondays in the Sun [+see also:
film profile] by Fernando Leon de Aranoa (Spain), The Story of Marie and Julien by Jacques Rivette (France), Dogville [+see also:
film profile] by Lars von Trier (Denmark), Lilja 4-ever [+see also:
film profile] by Lukas Moodysson (Sweden), The Sea by Baltasar Kormàkur (Iceland) and the Italian film event of the year, The Best of Youth [+see also:
film profile] by Marco Tullio Giordana.
ON November 9, the whole days programming will be set aside for Belgium cinema with screenings of Le Tango des Rashevski by Sam Garbarski, J'ai toujours voulu être une sainte by Geneviève Mersch and L’autre by Benoît Mariage. The festival will be closed by the film by Louis-Pascal Couvelaire, Michel Vaillant.
(Translated from French)
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