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ARRAS 2018

Un'ondata di anteprime ad Arras

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- Il 19° Arras Film Festival, che si apre oggi, ospiterà in particolare la prima mondiale di L'Empereur de Paris di Jean-François Richet

Un'ondata di anteprime ad Arras
Lola et ses frères di Jean-Paul Rouve

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Shining the spotlight on European film industries whose movies do not often find distribution in France (see the article and read the news) while simultaneously giving a mainstream impetus to the event with myriad premiere screenings of French movies, accompanied by their cast and crew: the ever-growing success of the Arras Film Festival owes a great deal to the fine balance that has been struck between these two strategies. Indeed, it’s the deluge of top-quality premieres that really shine on the line-up of the 19th edition, which will unspool from 2-11 November 2018, and which will be opened today by Lola et ses frères by Jean-Paul Rouve (who will be in attendance together with Ludivine Sagnier and Ramzy).

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The undeniable proof of people’s affection for the festival and the huge amount of trust they place in it is the world premiere of The Emperor of Paris by Jean-François Richet (which will come out on 19 December in France) on Saturday 3 November, in the presence of the director, lead actor Vincent Cassel, and producers Éric and Nicolas Altmayer.

Also featuring on the jam-packed programme are An Impossible Love [+leggi anche:
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by Catherine Corsini (in the presence of the director and her actors Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider), Through the Fire by Frédéric Tellier (who will make the journey to Arras, accompanied by Pierre Niney) and Best Intentions by Gilles Legrand (who will be coming to Arras with Agnès Jaoui). Several other filmmakers will also be taking part in person, such as Julie Bertuccelli for Claire DarlingKheiron for Bad Seeds [+leggi anche:
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Diane Kurys for Ma mère est folleFabienne Godet for Our Wonderful LivesJeanne Herry for In Safe Hands [+leggi anche:
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Elsa Amiel for Pearl [+leggi anche:
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Nils Tavernier for The Ideal PalaceFélix Moati for Deux fils, Louis-Julien Petit for Les Invisibles, David Roux for Breath of Life [+leggi anche:
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Ludovic Bernard for In your HandsAntoine Raimbault for Conviction, Elise Otzenberger for My Polish Honeymoon and Judith Davis for Whatever Happened to My Revolution.

Also of note are the national premieres of the Venice competition entries Non-Fiction [+leggi anche:
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by Olivier Assayas and The Favourite [+leggi anche:
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 by Greece’s Yorgos Lanthimos, as well as those of Amanda [+leggi anche:
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by Mikhaël Hers (also unveiled at the Mostra), The Bookshop [+leggi anche:
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by Spaniard Isabel CoixetKursk [+leggi anche:
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 by Denmark’s Thomas VinterbergArctic [+leggi anche:
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by Joe PennaColette [+leggi anche:
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 by Wash Westmoreland and Edmond by Alexis Michalik, which will have the honour of serving as the closing film of this rich 19th edition of the gathering, during which director Pascale Ferran will come along to teach a film class.

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