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VARSOVIE 2018

Le Festival de Varsovie dévoile son programme

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- Quinze films dont neuf titres européens se disputeront le Grand Prix de Varsovie cette année

Le Festival de Varsovie dévoile son programme
7 Emotions de Marek Koterski

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The 34th edition of the Warsaw Film Festival (WFF) will get going on 12 October with a special Gala Screening of A Tramway in Jerusalem [+lire aussi :
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 by Amos Gitai. During the press conference, WFF director Stefan Laudyn said that there are those festivals that “are leading the way and those that imitate other festivals”, and added that this year, the WFF is joining the former group. “What is important is the freshness of the programme,” he said.

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The festival will present 15 world, 18 international, five European, 39 Eastern European and 28 Polish premieres. 30% of the films selected for the WFF were directed by female helmers. There are a few more interesting figures, though: there were almost 5,000 film submissions (1,858 full-length ones) from 61 countries for the programme, which features five competitive sections (International Competition, 1-2 Competition, Documentary Film Competition, Free Spirit Competition and Short Film Competition) and five non-competitive ones (Special Screenings, Classics from Poland, Discoveries, Family Cinema Weekend and the Best Shorts from Poland 2018).

Out of the 15 International Competition contenders, nine are European: 7 Emotions [+lire aussi :
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by Marek KoterskiAngel [+lire aussi :
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by Koen MortierThe Delegation [+lire aussi :
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by Bujar AlimaniTwo Tickets Back [+lire aussi :
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by Dmitriy MeskhievIrina [+lire aussi :
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by Nadejda KosevaEden [+lire aussi :
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by Barış AtayMoon Hotel Kabul [+lire aussi :
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by Anca DamianPaul Sanchez is Back! [+lire aussi :
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by Patricia Mazuy and Soledad [+lire aussi :
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by Agustina Macri. The non-European films are: The Goose Goes South by Jae-ho Baek and Hee-seop LeeWe Are the Heat by Jorge NavasWorking Woman by Michal AviadEight out of Ten by Sergio Umansky BrenerSchool Service by Luisito Lagdameo Ignacio and The Fall by Zhou Lidong

The 1-2 Competition will present 15 films, and again, nine are European: Break [+lire aussi :
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by Marc FouchardCore of the World [+lire aussi :
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 by Natalia MeshchaninovaYuva [+lire aussi :
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by Emre YeksanHer Job [+lire aussi :
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by Nikos LabôtMihkel [+lire aussi :
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by Ari Alexander Ergis Magnússon, Thou Shalt Not Kill [+lire aussi :
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 by Cătălin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia ȘargaNew Skin [+lire aussi :
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by Alix Gentil, X - The eXploited [+lire aussi :
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by Károly Ujj Mészáros and Take It or Leave It [+lire aussi :
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by Liina Trishkina-Vanhatalo. The rest of the world is represented by Pure Land by Zhenyu SunNew Life by André CarvalheiraHot Ashes by Junji KojimaMate by Dae-gun Jung, Satash by Tulegen Baitukenov and The Third Wife by Ash Mayfair

For the 14th time, the Warsaw Film Festival is organising its industry event, which since 2017 has been called the Warsaw Industry Days. The highlight of this section will be a panel focused on the financial incentives for audiovisual production that Poland will introduce later this year. Another special event is a meeting with long-time Toronto IFF director Piers Handling, who, as one of his duties, selected Polish films for the Canadian festival. Handling, Tolga Karacelik, Joanna Kos-KrauzeNik Powell and Marek Rozenbaum form the International Competition jury. The Warsaw Industry Days also includes: the Warsaw Screenings (a presentation of ten new Polish films, both shorts and full-length titles), Warsaw Works in Progress, Warsaw Next (a training programme for young filmmakers), the FIPRESCI Warsaw Critics Project (a workshop for young film critics), Doc Lab Poland (a presentation of documentary works in progress), and an Open Workshop entitled “The Art of Film Editing”. 

The festival will be brought to a close by Antonio Morabito’s Forgive Us Our Debts on 20 October.

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