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Juliette Shrameck lascia mk2 Films

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- La direttrice generale del gruppo francese intraprenderà tra pochi mesi una carriera da solista nella produzione internazionale

Juliette Shrameck lascia mk2 Films
Juliette Schrameck

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After 13 years at mk2 Films, first as head of international sales, then as managing director since 2015, Juliette Schrameck today leaves the French group presided by Nathanaël Karmitz, and has announced her plan of launching a solo career in international production in a few months, with projects similar to the ones she developed and accompanied during her years at mk2.

For the record, mk2 Films was selling five films from the Cannes 2018 competition, including two co-productions — Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War [+leggi anche:
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and Jia Zhang-ke’s Ash Is Purest White [+leggi anche:
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— as well as Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Asako I & II [+leggi anche:
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, Stéphane Brizé’s At War [+leggi anche:
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, and Christophe Honoré’s Sorry Angel [+leggi anche:
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. On this occasion, Cineuropa had met up with Juliette Schrameck (read the interview). Last year, four feature films on the mk2 Films line-up were competing for the Palme D’Or, with the Grand Prix going to Mati Diop’s Atlantics [+leggi anche:
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, the Best Screenplay award to Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire [+leggi anche:
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, and the well-received participation of Justine Triet’s Sibyl [+leggi anche:
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and Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Whistlers [+leggi anche:
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. At the 2019 Venice Film Festival, mk2 Films was selling Robert Guédiguian’s Gloria Mundi [+leggi anche:
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(in competition) and Manele Labidi’s Arab Blues [+leggi anche:
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(in Giornate degli Autori).

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At mk2 Films, Fionnuala Jamison remains in charge of international sales. Standing out from the line-up is The Worst Person in the World from Norwegian director Joachim Trier (co-produit by Arte France cinéma – read the news) which will begin filming once the health crisis is over. In Berlin last February were showcased three excellent documentaries (Golda Maria [+leggi anche:
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by Patrick et Hugo Sobelman, Little Girl [+leggi anche:
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by Sébastien Lifshitz and Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue by Jia Zhang-ke). In post-production are the documentary Le Cerveau from Swiss filmmaker Jean-Stéphane Bron, the Israeli / Italian feature film Here We Are by Nir Bergman, The Big Hit from French director Emmanuel Courcol and The Love Letter from French director Jérôme Bonnell. Worth noting too is the hybrid British-French-German film A Winter’s Journey by Alex Helfrecht, which will mix live action with CGI effects (with Mac Guff handling both rotoscopy and animation) and hand painted backgrounds (by the Polish artists of BreakThru Films), and whose making is currently in stand-by.

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