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LES ARCS 2019

Les Arcs pondrá el foco sobre Finlandia y los países bálticos

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- La 11a edición del Festival de Les Arcs, que tendrá lugar del 14 al 21 de diciembre, también abre su convocatoria de proyectos para el Village des Coproductions

Les Arcs pondrá el foco sobre Finlandia y los países bálticos

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For the first time in the history of the popular Les Arcs Film Festival, a valued meeting place for professionals of independent European cinema, four countries will be in the spotlight as part of the festival’s traditional Focus, usually reserved to just one territory. Dedicated to Finland and the Baltic states (Lituania, Estonia and Latvia), this 11th edition (taking place from December 14 to 21) will thus showcase, in the sports resort of the Savoie, features and short films from this region of Europe that has grown more and more active in terms of production (thanks to the work of the Finnish Film Foundation, of the Lithuanian Film Centre, of the Estonian Film Institute, and of the National Film Centre of Latvia).

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The dynamics of European co-production of these four territories will also be closely examined at the heart of the Industry Village (attracting more than 550 professionals every year, and programmed from December 14 to 18), a very efficient platform for films in development that has now officially launched its call for submissions to the Coproduction Village of 2019. The deadline is September 6 and 20 projects in development seeking co-producers and financing partners will be selected.

Notable recent films already under the belt of the Arcs Film Festival’s Coproduction Village are Oleg [+lee también:
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entrevista: Juris Kursietis
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, from Latvian director Juris Kursietis, and The Orphanage [+lee también:
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entrevista: Shahrbanoo Sadat
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, from Afghan director Shahrbanoo Sadat, both of which had their world premiere at the Directors’ Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival last month. Worth mentioning, among other films selected in the Village’s previous editions, are Son of Saul [+lee también:
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Q&A: László Nemes
entrevista: László Rajk
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, from Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes (Village 2010), The Wonders [+lee también:
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entrevista: Alice Rohrwacher
entrevista: Tiziana Soudani
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from Italian director Alice Rohrwacher (Village 2012), Rams [+lee también:
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entrevista: Grimur Hakonarson
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from Icelandic director Grimur Hakonarson (Village 2013), Summer 1993 [+lee también:
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entrevista: Carla Simón
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from Spanish director Carla Simón (Village 2014), The High Sun [+lee también:
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entrevista: Dalibor Matanic
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from Croatian director Dalibor Matanic (Village 2011), The Wakhan Front [+lee también:
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from French director Clément Cogitore (Village 2013), One Step Behind the Seraphim [+lee también:
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entrevista: Daniel Sandu
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from Romanian director Daniel Sandu (Village 2014), and Echo from Icelandic director Rúnar Rúnarsson (Village 2017) (read the news) which we will soon discover.

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