Geneva Tout Ecran hosts best of cinema and television production
One of the fifty key festivals to have been chosen by US magazine Variety is the International Film and Television Festival Cinéma Tout Ecran, Geneva (October 29-November 4).
Films made for cinema and television will brush side by side in the event’s programme, which comprises an international competition, a section reserved for series of all formats and a retrospective of television films by major directors – dedicated this year to Michael Mann, as well as conferences, a pitching workshop and a features market, the Geneva Select Market.
Supported by the MEDIA programme since 2006, the festival is primarily a showcase for European productions. The international competition of the 13th edition is hosting Frédéric Fisbach’s Plum Rain (France), Maman est folle by Jean-Pierre Améris (France), Nothing Else Matters by Julia von Heinz (Germany), The Unpolished [+see also:
film profile] by Pia Marais (Germany), Marc Munden’s The Mark of Cain (UK), Arpàd Bogdàn’s Happy New Life [+see also:
film profile] (Hungary), Daniel Espinosa’s Outside Love [+see also:
film profile] (Denmark) and Ake Sandgren’s To Love Someone (Sweden).
The Regards d’Aujourd’hui section will screen Aleksi Salmenperä’s A Man’s Job [+see also:
film profile] (Finland), Marek Stacharski’s Facing Up (Poland), Ivan Zivkovic’s Huddersfield (Serbia), Manuel Siebenmann’s Side Effects (Switzerland) and The Trial of Tony Blair by Simon Cellan Jones (UK).
(Translated from French)
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