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El CNC celebra el programa Aide aux cinémas du monde

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- Entre las 350 películas de 90 nacionalidades respaldadas desde 2012 destacan numerosos títulos que han pasado por los festivales más importantes

El CNC celebra el programa Aide aux cinémas du monde
(i-d) Pierre Buhler (presidente del Institut français) y Charles Tesson (presidente de la comisión Aide aux cinémas du monde), Frédérique Bredin (presidenta del CNC), Nadav Lapid, Kaouther Ben Hania, Sergeï Loznitsa, Gaya Jiji y Benedikt Erlingsson (© CNC)

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What does Winter Sleep [+lee también:
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by Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Palme d'Or in Cannes 2014) have in common with Cold War [+lee también:
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by Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski (crowned Best Director on the Croisette in 2018), Synonyms [+lee también:
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by Israeli director Nadav Lapid (winner of the Golden Bear at the 2019 Berlinale), A Land Imagined [+lee también:
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by Singapore filmmaker Siew Hua Yeo (handed the Golden Leopard in Locarno last year), Mustang [+lee también:
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by Deniz Gamze Ergüven (awarded Best First Film César in 2016) and The Lobster [+lee también:
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by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos (winner of the Cannes Jury Award 2015)? All these full-length films co-produced by France have benefited from the Aide aux cinémas du monde (ACM) fund, a selective support system (for the production of films before they’re made, or for the completion of films in post-production) initiated in 2012 and steered by the CNC and the Institut français, which now counts nigh on 350 films of 90 nationalities among its recipients, over half of which being first or second feature films.

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"France has always been a refuge and a partner for filmmakers hailing from all around the world. Aide aux cinémas du monde is a brand of excellence which is key to unearthing new talent and future great names in global cinema. By way of its open approach, France has provided assistance to the biggest names in the business: Youssef Chahine, Michael Haneke, Wong Kar-Waï and, more recently, Naomi Kawase, Jia Zhang-Ke and Matteo Garrone. Now more than ever, the world needs these directors’ views on the world", stressed Frédérique Bredin, the President of the CNC who organised an evening event on Thursday 4 April, in celebration of the fund which places France at the heart of worldwide cinematographic creation.

Five filmmakers attended the event to highlight the important role played by Aide aux cinémas du monde: the Tunisian Kaouther Ben Hania (who received aid for Beauty and the Dogs [+lee también:
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), Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson (Woman at War [+lee también:
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), Syrian filmmaker Gaya Jiji (My Favourite Fabric [+lee también:
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), Nadav Lapid (Synonyms) and the Ukranian Sergeï Loznitsa (Donbass [+lee también:
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). Flanking them, aside from Frédéric Bredin, were Pierre Buhler (Chairman of the Institut français) and Charles Tesson (current Chairman of the Aide aux cinémas du monde committee, but also Artistic Director of Critics’ Weeks at the Cannes Film Festival).

Of the 200 ACM films finalised to date, 160 have been selected for one of the four big international festivals: 82 have screened in Cannes, 35 in Berlin, 33 in Venice and 10 in Locarno. Most recently supported works include Litigante [+lee también:
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by the Colombian Franco Lolli, Piccolo corpo by the Italian Laura Samani, Oleg [+lee también:
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by Latvian director Juris Kursietis, Corpus Christi by Polish filmmaker Jan Komasa, Positive School by the Moroccan Nabil Ayouch, White Building by Cambodian director Kavich Neang, Eureka by the Argentinian Lisandro Alonso, Memoria by Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Au crépuscule by the Lithuanian Sharunas Bartas, My Sunny Mad by Czech director Michaela Pavlatova, Three Summers [+lee también:
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 by the Brazilian filmmaker Sandra Kogut and Yokogao by Japanese director Kôji Fukada.

(Traducción del francés)

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