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TURIN 2021

Cinéma à 100% à Turin

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- Le Festival de Turin se tiendra du 26 novembre au 4 décembre dans des salles utilisées à pleine capacité où seront projetés 181 films venus du monde entier

Cinéma à 100% à Turin
Between Two Dawns de Selman Nacar

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After a streamed 2020 edition, the 39th Torino Film Festival is primed and ready to unfold in person, with its auditoriums at full capacity, between 26 November and 4 December. Furthermore, as highlighted by artistic director Stefano Francia Di Celle, gatherings uniting audiences with film authors will be at the heart of the entire event. Famous faces will include Monica Bellucci - who will be awarded the Stella della Mole Prize – as well as Matilda De Angelis, Sergio Castellitto, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Mimmo Calopresti.

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The international competition selectors have played it safe with 12 first and second works which have already proved popular in other festivals, especially in Cannes, including the European productions Between Two Dawns [+lire aussi :
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- which marks the debut of Turkish director Selman Nacar and which previously screened in the San Sebastián film festival; Clara Sola [+lire aussi :
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by the Swedish filmmaker of Latin American heritage Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, which was very well received at this year’s Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes; Feathers [+lire aussi :
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by Egypt’s Omar El Zohairy, which won the Grand Prize for Best Film in Critics’ Week; Great Freedom [+lire aussi :
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by Austria’s Sebastian Meise, which won the Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard section in Cannes and which triumphed in Sarajevo as well as at the Viennale; Sandrine Kiberlain’s A Radiant Girl [+lire aussi :
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, which graced Critics’ Week’s Special Screenings; The Crossing [+lire aussi :
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by Florence Miailhe, awarded a Jury Special Mention in Annecy 2021 and selected for San Sebastián; and the Italian film Il muto di Gallura by Matteo Fresi, which will be distributed by Fandango.

Worth highlighting in the out of competition line-up is the closing film Aline, The Voice of Love [+lire aussi :
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- Valérie Lemercier’s biopic based on pop icon Céline Dion - which screened out of competition in Cannes; CODA by Sian Heder, which drew crowds at Sundance, earning the Grand Jury Prize for Best Direction, alongside the Audience Award and the Special Jury Cast Prize; Isabel Coixet’s new work It Snows in Benidorm [+lire aussi :
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, which opened Valladolid; German film Human Factors [+lire aussi :
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by Ronny Trocker, which was selected for Sundance and the Berlinale’s Panorama section, which likewise showcased The World After Us [+lire aussi :
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by Louda Ben Salah-Cazanas; Playground [+lire aussi :
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by Laura Wandel, previously seen in the Un Certain Regard line-up and rewarded at London’s BFI event; Belgium’s Dark Heart of the Forest [+lire aussi :
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by Serge Mirzabekiantz (Black Nights 2021); The Restless [+lire aussi :
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by Joachim Lafosse, which competed in Cannes, much like Lingui, The Sacred Bonds [+lire aussi :
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by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun; Jane By Charlotte [+lire aussi :
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directed by Charlotte Gainsbourg (Cannes Premiere section); the first feature film by Croatia’s Sonja Tarokić, The Staffroom [+lire aussi :
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, which bagged a Jury Special Mention in Karlovy Vary; and Natural Light [+lire aussi :
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by Hungary’s Dénes Nagy, which scooped the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlinale.

Italian films gracing the showcase include two first works: La svolta by Riccardo Antonaroli and Altri padri [+lire aussi :
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by Mario Sesti; Luomo dal fiore in bocca by Gabriele Lavia; Gianni Schicchi by Damiano Michieletto; Langelo dei muri by Lorenzo Bianchini; and the documentaries Il pranzo di Francesco by Pasquale Scimeca and Luca Capponi, Il tempo rimasto [+lire aussi :
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 by Daniele Gaglianone and Il fronte interno by Paola Piacenza. The Truffle Hunters [+lire aussi :
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will be the cherry on the cake of this particular section: a documentary revolving around Italian enthusiasts in the truffle hunting field, which is directed by Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw, with executive production coming courtesy of Luca Guadagnino.

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