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ANGULEMA 2019

La carrera por el Valois d'Or 2019 arranca pronto en Angulema

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- Con diez cintas en liza y una multitud de estrenos, el 12º Festival de Cine Francófono se celebrará del 20 al 25 de agosto

La carrera por el Valois d'Or 2019 arranca pronto en Angulema
Mon Chien Stupide, de Yvan Attal

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Tomorrow, My Stupid Dog by Yvan Attal (an adaptation of the John Fante novel of the same name starring the director himself as well as Charlotte Gainsbourg) will have the honour of opening the 12th edition of the Angoulême Francophone Film Festival (20-25 August 2019) as a premiere screening, out of competition. Angoulême has become a very popular event for French distributors, who get the opportunity to test out their films before they are released in theatres after the summer holidays.

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Chaired by British actress Jacqueline Bisset (and also including such names as Swiss filmmaker Bettina Oberli and French director Louis-Julien Petit), the competition jury will be tasked with weighing up the ten contenders for the 2019 Valois d'Or. Four Cannes titles are in the running (Papicha [+lee también:
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entrevista: Mounia Meddour
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by Algeria’s Mounia Meddour, Adam [+lee también:
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by Morocco’s Maryam Touzani, You Deserve a Lover [+lee también:
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entrevista: Hafsia Herzi
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by France’s Hafsia Herzi and the animated flick The Swallows of Kabul [+lee también:
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entrevista: Zabou Breitman, Eléa Gobbe…
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by her fellow countryfolk Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobbé-Mévellec), in addition to Lola [+lee también:
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 by Belgium’s Laurent Micheli and four other movies by French helmers: Place des victoires by Yoann Guillouzouic, In the Name of the Land [+lee también:
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by Édouard Bergeon and two features that were unveiled on the Piazza Grande at Locarno (The Girl with a Bracelet [+lee también:
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by Stéphane Demoustier and Camille [+lee también:
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by Boris Lojkine). The selection is rounded off by Canada’s Louis Bélanger and his Vivre à 100 milles à l’heure.

Standing out among the plethora of premiere screenings are movies such as Happy Birthday [+lee también:
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 by Cédric Kahn, Someone, Somewhere [+lee también:
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by Cédric Klapisch, Three Days and a Life [+lee también:
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by Nicolas Boukhrief, The Dazzled by Sara Suco, I Wish Someone Were Waiting For Me Somewhere by Arnaud Viard, Fahim by Pierre-François Martin-Laval, Spread Your Wings by Nicolas Vanier, The Fool [+lee también:
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by Jalil Lespert, L’Esprit de famille by Éric Besnard, An Irrepressible Woman by Laurent Heynemann, the animated film (first revealed at Cannes) The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily [+lee también:
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by Italy’s Lorenzo Mattotti and the documentary Le Regard de Charles by Marc Domenico, which will bring the gathering to a close.

Also of note are the “event screening” of School Life [+lee también:
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by Grand Corps Malade and Mehdi Idir; the Les Flamboyants programme, which includes the Cannes-awarded Atlantics [+lee también:
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entrevista: Mati Diop
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by Mati Diop and Portrait of a Lady on Fire [+lee también:
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entrevista: Céline Sciamma
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by Céline Sciamma, as well as The Holy Family [+lee también:
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by Louis-do de Lencquesaing; a section entitled Premiers rendez-vous, with Truk [+lee también:
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entrevista: Sarah Marx
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by Sarah Marx (unveiled at Venice last year, where it bore the French title L’Enkas), Frères d'arme [+lee también:
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by Sylvain Labrosse, Long Time No See by Pierre Filmon and Simon's Got a Gift by Léo Karmann; and a number of special screenings, including Burning Ghost [+lee también:
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by Stéphane Batut, Of Love and Lies [+lee también:
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 by Julien Rappeneau, the Cannes title La Belle Époque [+lee también:
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by Nicolas Bedos, Vagabondes by Philippe Dajoux, and Des gens bien [+lee también:
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by Bruno Lopez and Emmanuel Vieilly.

Notre Dame [+lee también:
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by Valérie Donzelli (premiered on the Piazza Grande at Locarno) and La Vertu des Impondérables by Claude Lelouch (who will also be giving a master class) will be presented as part of the Ciné & Concerts strand, while the selection of documentaries will encompass FilmmakErs by Julie Gayet and Mathieu Busson, Le Dernier Poumon du Monde by Yamina Benguigui, Rendre la justice by Robert Salis, and Philippe R Doumic, sous son regard, l’étincelle by Laurence Doumic and Sébastien Cauchon.

The rich and varied programme of this 12th edition of the Angoulême Francophone Film Festival will also feature a focus on distributors (dubbed Bijoux de famille, or “Family Jewels”) dedicated to Haut et Court, a director focus on Nabil Ayouch (who will give a master class to boot), and tributes to French director Michel Deville and Luxembourgish cinema (see the news).

(Traducción del francés)

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