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LES ARCS 2018

Les Arcs Film Festival pone el foco sobre Polonia

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- Este año, el evento francés ofrece un panorama de películas recientes y próximos proyectos polacos

Les Arcs Film Festival pone el foco sobre Polonia
Mug, de Małgorzata Szumowska

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In the snowy but cosy ski resort of Les Arcs, where the namesake Les Arcs Film Festival is set to unspool from 15-22 December, the audience and industry professionals will be presented with the highlights of recent Polish film output and be given a sneak peek into the country’s cinematic future. Mug [+lee también:
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by Małgorzata Szumowska will compete in the Official Competition, while III by Marta Pajek will be duking it out for a trophy in the Official Competition for Short Films.

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A sidebar called Focus Poland will offer a broader overview of the most interesting titles produced by the country that have been travelling the world during the last few festival seasons: Another Day of Life [+lee también:
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by Raúl de la Fuente and Damian Nenow, Ida [+lee también:
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by Paweł Pawlikowski, Spoor [+lee también:
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by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik, Floating Skyscrapers [+lee también:
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by Tomasz Wasilewski, Loving Vincent [+lee también:
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by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, Tower. A Bright Day [+lee también:
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by Jagoda Szelc, Fugue [+lee también:
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by Agnieszka Smoczyńska, Over the Limit [+lee también:
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by Marta Prus, Traffic Department [+lee también:
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by Wojciech Smarzowski, Gods [+lee también:
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by Łukasz Palkowski, Silent Night [+lee también:
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by Piotr Domalewski and Wild Roses [+lee también:
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by Anna Jadowska. Additionally, six short films from the Łódź Film School will be screened as well, in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the famous Polish academy from which big names such as Roman Polański and Andrzej Wajda have graduated. The titles include: Bless You! by Paulina Ziółkowska, How To Become a Pope? by Justyna Mytnik, Two Men and a Wardrobe by Roman Polański, Dreaming of Warsaw by Mateusz Czuchnowski, The Office by Krzysztof Kieślowski, Echo by Magnus von Horn and Tremors by Dawid Bodzak.

A slew of upcoming projects will be pitched and presented during the industry events: I Never Cry by Piotr Domalewski, Illusion by Marta Minorowicz, Other People by Aleksandra Terpińska and The Delicate Balance of Terror by Jagoda Szelc are part of the Coproduction Village, while Interior by Marek Lechki has been selected for Work in Progress.

And there will be even more Polish elements included in the Les Arcs programme: Clergy [+lee también:
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by Wojciech Smarzowski, which has now exceeded five million admissions, will be screened in the Playtime section and Dawid Bodzak has been invited to the Talent Village. Cold War [+lee también:
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by Paweł Pawlikowski will be the subject of an international co-production case study, while the film’s DoP, Łukasz Żal, is serving as a member of the Official Competition Jury. Furthermore, the conversation about potential cooperation with Polish producers will most probably touch on the 30% cash rebate, which the country is introducing in 2019. On 13 December, the Polish president signed the financial incentives bill, and the exact date when the scheme will be introduced is to be announced soon.

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