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TRIESTE 2024

El 35.° Festival de Trieste se inaugurará con Radu Jude y se clausurará con Jonathan Glazer

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- No esperes demasiado del fin del mundo y La zona de interés figuran en el nutrido programa del festival dedicado a la Europa Central y del Este, que tendrá lugar del 19 al 27 de enero

El 35.° Festival de Trieste se inaugurará con Radu Jude y se clausurará con Jonathan Glazer
No esperes demasiado del fin del mundo, de Radu Jude

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Unspooling 19 to 27 January, the 35th edition of the Trieste Film Festival is set to open with Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World [+lee también:
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by Romania’s Radu Jude, a film confirming the talent of this highly original director who walked away with the Special Jury Prize at the most recent Locarno Film Festival. The Italian event dedicated to movies from Central and Eastern Europe and directed by Nicoletta Romeo will proceed with a second opening film, Green Border [+lee también:
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, by master of European cinema, Polish director Agnieszka Holland, who scooped the Special Jury Prize in Venice. Meanwhile, the festival’s closing film - The Zone of Interest [+lee también:
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by Jonathan Glazer - bagged the Grand Prize and Fipresci Prize at the most recent Cannes Film Festival.

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The feature film competition will offer up 7 titles this year. Georgian director Elene Naveriani is returning with Blackbird Blackbird Blackberry [+lee también:
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, and Serbia’s Vladimir Perišić is also making a comeback after a long absence, armed with Lost Country [+lee también:
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; Croatia’s Andrej Korovljev will present his first work of fiction, Hotel Pula [+lee también:
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, revolving around a group of Croatians and Bosnian refugees cohabiting in Pula in the early ‘90s; the Hungarian director of Romanian origin Katalin Moldovai will also be in on the action with Without Air [+lee también:
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, while Tudor Giurgiu is set to attend with Libertate [+lee también:
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, about the civil uprisings in Sibiu following the death of Ceausescu. Janez Burger, a pioneer of new Slovenian cinema, is likewise competing with a social thriller boasting paranormal overtones entitled Observing [+lee también:
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, while Ukrainian filmmaker Maryna Vroda is set to close the section with her debut film Stepne [+lee también:
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Five feature films are set to screen Out of Competition, starting with Cristi Puiu’s new movie MMXX [+lee también:
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, followed by Luàna Bajrami’s Phantom Youth [+lee también:
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, Una Gunjak’s Excursion [+lee también:
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, which scooped a Special Mention in Locarno’s Cineasti del Presente line-up and triumphed in Venice’s Orizzonti section, Gábor Reisz’s Explanation for Everything [+lee también:
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, and Stefan Komandarev’s Blaga’s Lessons [+lee también:
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, which bagged a Crystal Globe in Karlovy Vary.

Unfolding alongside the festival’s opening and closing movies are two Special Events, namely screenings of Beautiful Beings [+lee también:
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by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson and The Red Coloured Grey Truck by Srđan Koljević, the latter dating back to 2004.

For its part, Off the Beaten… Screens, a section dedicated to stylistic solutions and innovative narration, will be presenting the debut film Cherry Juice by Bosnia’s Mersiha Husagic, the road movie Arthur & Diana [+lee también:
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- a German production and second work by Italian-French director Sara Summa -, the medium-length film Cactusman by Hungary’s Olivér Rudolf and Maris B653, a short film by Friuli-born director of photography and video artist Debora Vrizzi.

Ten titles will grace the Documentary Competition, most of which directed by young, talented women directors, including the recent winner of Amsterdam’s IDFA, Armenian filmmaker Shoghakat Vardanyan with her movie 1489 [+lee también:
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. Well worth a mention amongst the documentaries screening Out of Competition are a selection of titles by directors hailing from the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, including Al di là dei lupi by Ennio Guerrato, 50 anni di CLU by Erika Rossi, and Il Cinema Volta by Martin Turk. Equally noteworthy on Trieste’s agenda is Smoke Sauna Sisterhood [+lee también:
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by Estonian director Anna Hints, fresh from her victory at the EFA Awards, at Sundance and at Tallinn’s Black Nights Festival.

The line-up for the Corso Salani Prize will consist of 5 Italian titles yet to be distributed in Italy, ranging from Marco Amenta’s Anna [+lee también:
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(which featured in last year’s work in progress section This is IT) to Ludovica Fales Lala [+lee también:
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, Andrea Adriatico’s La solitudine è questa, Claudia Brignone’s Tempo d’attesa – which won Best Italian Documentary at the Turin Film Festival - and Samira Guadagnuolo and Tiziano Doria’s L’albume d’oro. The Short Film Competition, meanwhile, will present 16 works split across three programmes.

Last but not least, attendees will get to enjoy the Wild Roses focus section, revolving around women filmmakers from a Central Eastern European country and dedicated, this year, to female authors of German films, as announced by Cineuropa back in December (read our article).

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