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Berlinale 2008 / France

19 articles available in total starting from 02/01/2008. Last article published on 15/02/2008.

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Generational conflict in today’s Israel

The press was left somewhat cold at the end of the screening of Restless, a French/Belgian/Israeli/Canadian co-production by Amos Kollek (61), presented in official competition at the Berlinale....  

15/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/France

Claudel makes true auteur film

The high quality of I’ve Loved You So Long – which screened in competition yesterday evening – did not fail to impress audiences in Berlin, not that French writer Philippe Claudel was unprepared...  

15/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/France

"Lady Jane", not so sweet

"Lady Jane", not so sweet

Following Erick Zonca’s Julia, the second French film in competition at Berlin (whose official screening took place on Tuesday evening) also bears a woman’s name, this time recalling a Rolling...  

14/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/France

Death and dreariness at the manor in Guilty

The title of French film Guilty by Laetitia Masson - which screened at Berlin in the Panorama section - is deceptive, for beyond the Cluedo-like murder mystery, the director explores an altogether...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/France

Le Pacte falls for Young @ Heart

Jean Labadie’s Le Pacte has acquired French distribution rights to UK documentary film Young @ Heart by Stephen Walker. The film, which won the Audience Award for Best International feature at the...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Winning streak for UGC International

A surprise competition entry at the 58th Berlinale (where it will be unveiled on Thursday), writer Philippe Claudel’s debut feature I’ve Loved You So Long (see news) has already brought success at...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Films Distribution's Lemon Tree bears fruit

Following its screening at the Panorama Section on Saturday, Eran Riklis’ Lemon Tree has been sold to six territories by Paris-based Films Distribution. Deals were sealed with Benelux (Cinéart),...  

11/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Story of Jen and The Sicilian Girl in Roissy line-up

Continuing its winning streak after the success of Caramel, French international sales company Roissy Films (in the process of being bought out by EuropaCorp, see news) are set to unveil a...  

08/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Nineteen films and a contingent of sellers

French film industry professionals are heading to the 58th Berlinale which opens this Thursday. A total of 19 productions and co-productions will screen in the different sections, including three...  

07/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | France

Celluloid Dreams showcase Sonetaula and reveal what’s in store

Successful deals look set to be struck by French international sales agent Celluloid Dreams at the film market at the 58th Berlinale which opens today. The company headed by Hengameh Panahi have...  

07/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

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