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JIHLAVA 2018

Ji.hlava annonce le programme

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- La 22e édition du plus grand festival du documentaire d'Europe centrale proposera 327 films. De nombreuses avant-premières sont prévues : 100 mondiales, 23 internationales et 17 européennes

Ji.hlava annonce le programme
Vacancy d'Alexandra Kandy Longuet

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The 22nd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival (25-30 October) has announced its full programme. A total of 327 films will be shown across 11 competitions and 12 non-competitive sections, including no fewer than 100 world, 23 international and 17 European premieres. 

The festival's most prestigious competition, Opus Bonum, consists of 17 feature- and mid-length films, out of which 13 are European, including Vacancy [+lire aussi :
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by Belgium's Alexandra Kandy LonguetWestern, Family and Communism [+lire aussi :
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by France's Laurent KriefTalks with T.G. Masaryk by Slovakia's Jakub ČervenkaUntil Porn Do Us Part [+lire aussi :
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by Portugal's Jorge PelicanoBackstage Action by Belgium's Sanaz Azari and the Peruvian-Portuguese co-production Expectant by Farid Rodriguez Rivero. For the full list, click here.

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In Between the Seas, a competition for Central and Eastern European films, there are 15 titles, including the French-Indian-US co-production The End and the Means by Polish-born Paweł WojtasikAlexander Belinski and Agne Dovydaityte's The Sun Sets in the East (Lithuania), Tomáš Krupa's THE GOOD DEATH (France/Czech Republic/Austria/Slovakia), Marek Kuboš's The Last Self-portrait (Slovakia), Simon Mozgovyi's The Winter Garden's Tale (Ukraine) and Lukas Marxt's Victoria (Austria). For the full list, click here.

In the First Light section, for debut feature-length films, among 11 titles, five are European: Isaac Stillwell's #3511 (Poland/Germany/Belgium/France/Australia), the German-Czech co-production Boy of War by Cyprien Clément-Delmas and Igor Kosenko, Felipe RugelesDouble Me (Spain/Colombia), Anna Kryvenko's Slovak-Latvian-Czech co-production My Unknown Soldier [+lire aussi :
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and Rebekka Kaufmann's We Own the Crisis (Germany/Greece). For the full list, click here.

Three sections established last year, A Testimony on Politics, on Nature, and on Knowledge, comprise the most significant documentaries dealing with these respective topics, and the vast majority, 18 titles, are European productions or co-productions. Among them are well-known films such as The Waldheim Waltz [+lire aussi :
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Weapon of Choice [+lire aussi :
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The Silence of Others [+lire aussi :
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Almost Nothing
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and Becoming Animal [+lire aussi :
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, but there will also be the world premieres of Rohan and Gorav Kalyan's Badiou (France/USA), Sue-Alice Okukubo and Eduard Zorzenoni's Near and Elsewhere, and Mats Bigert and Lars Bergström's The Climate Experiment (Morocco/Norway/USA/France/China/Sweden). 

The full list of sections and films can be found here, and the Special Event sidebar looks set to present a selection of this year's greatest hits, featuring the new movies by Jean-Luc Godard, Werner Herzog, Vitaly Mansky, Viktor Kossakovsky, Wim Wenders, Amos Gitai, Albert Serra and Emir Kusturica.

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