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Denis Klebleev's film Strannye chasticy (Strange Particles), First Films International Competition Cinéma du réel 2015, Joris Ivens Award and Youth Award, will be screened at Locarno Film Festival (Switzerland, 5-15 august 2015) as part of the Films of the Juries Programme, Denis Klebleev being one of the members of the Pardi di Domani Jury.
Alessio Rigo de Righi et de Matteo Zoppis' film Belva nera, International Short film festival, Fresnes Prisoners' Award ex aequo and special mention to the Short Film Award Cinéma du réel 2014,is selected at Lago Film Festival, Revine Lago (Italy, July 24 - August 1st 2015).
It was programmed and at . , Buenos Aires (Argentina, April 2014)at the (Italy, June 2014)
Yuri Ancarani's film San Siro, Short Films International Competition Cinéma du réel 2015, was programmed at Hamburg International Short Film Festival (Germany, May-June 2015).(Czech Republic, July 2015) and at
Khalil Joreige and Joana Hadjithomas' film The Lebanese Rocket Society, "Imaginary countries, real countries" programme Cinéma du réel 2013, was programmed at the Festival Résistances, Foix (France, July 2015).
It was screened at the following film festivals:, Prizren (Kosovo, August 2013), , Nyon (Switzerland, April 2013) and , Buenos Aires (Argentina, April 2013), (Canada, november 2013).
Guy Davidi and Emat Burnad's film Five Broken Cameras (First films international competition and Louis Marcorelles Award Cinéma du réel 2012), was programmed at the Festival Résistances, Foix (France, July 2015) and at DocsBarcelona Festival (Spain, May 2015).
It was theatrically releases in France on February 20, 2013 (distribution France
Iis nominated in the Documentary Feature category at the 85th Oscars (Los Angeles, United-States, February 24, 2013).
It screened on January 21st at the French embassy cinematheque Cinemaison Rio (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) and was programmed at the following festivals: , Buenos Aires (Argentina, April 10-21, 2013), , Arcueil (France, December 2012), , Vienne (Austria, November 2012), , Kassel (Germany, November 2012), at , Ajaccio (France-November 2012), , Busan (Corée du Sud, octobre 20121), Reykjavik International Film Festival (Iceland, September-October 2012), , Belo Horizonte, Brazil, August - September 2012, , New York, USA, June 2012.
It won the Audience Award at (Ireland, August 2012), the Van Leer Group Foundation Award for best documentary at (Israel, June 2012), the Audience Award at the (United Kingdom, June 2012), the World Cinema Directing Award Documentary at the Audience Award (USA, January 2012),
and a Special jury Mention at the (Netherlands, December 2011).
Denis Gheerbrant's film We, Striking (On a grèvé), French Competition Cinéma du réel 2014, was programmed at the Festival Résistances, Foix (France, July 2015).
It was selected at thede Buenos Aires (Argentina, October 2014).
It was theatrically released on September 10th 2014 at the cinema L'Espace Saint-Michel in paris. Distributor :.
, the Greek Film Archive in Athens, May 2015, showed four films programmed at Cinéma du réel 2015 :
- Et nous jetterons la mer derrière vous, Anouck Mangeat, Noémi Aubry, Jeanne Gomas and Clément Juillard (French competition)
- Hier sprach der preis (The Price Was Key), Sabrina Jäger (First Films International Competition and Library Award)
- Proto ili (Raw Material), Christos Karakepelis (A Story through Images: Focus on the Greek Film Archive)
- Imerologia amnesias (Amnesia Diaries), Stella Theodorakis (A Story through Images: Focus on the Greek Film Archive)
Christine Seghezzi's film "Avenue Rivadavia", French competition Cinéma du réel 2013 is the opening film of the South-America Week programme of the cinema Arcade in Salon de Provence on Wednesday July 8th 2015 at 8.00pm, in the presence of the filmmaker.
It was shown on
- July 7th 2015 at the cinema Le Cigalon, Cucuron, in the presence of the filmmaker
- June 28th 2015 at the cinema Le Cyrano, Montgeron
- June 24th 2015 at the cinema La Clef, Paris as part of the Mercredis du Doc, in the presence of the filmmaker and of the editor Claire Atherton
- June 19th 2015 at the cinéma Arlequin, Nyons, in the presence of the filmmaker and of the association Arpents Films.
FRED Film Radio, the multi-lingual, digital film network, which broadcasts in 25 European languages, has launched an educational film initiative across Europe entitled FRED at School.
FRED AT SCHOOL is an educational audience development project supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme and presented by FRED Film Radio. It is a multi-language film literacy project with elements of media (radio) literacy, conceived for secondary schools and implemented by a growing number of European countries.
The objective is to raise awareness of European films and culture among young people (students aged 14 - 16).
Currently 8 countries have signed up to the programme; the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Croatia, Romania, Iceland with many more countries lined up for next year’s programme to be announced at this year’s Venice Film Festival.
It is an inclusive project with films made accessible to visually and hearing impaired audiences.
Each participating school has shown 4 films to their students, each having been shortlisted from the European Parliament’s LUX Prize competition. The films have been selected as age appropriate and with subject matter relating to pertinent issues of European citizenship and correlating to the educational curriculum.
The selected films are:
- Illegal (Belgium) directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse
- Akadimia Platinos (Greece) directed by Filippos Tsitos
- Eat Sleep Die (Sweden) directed by Gabriela Pichler
- Shun Li and the Poet (Italy) directed by Andrea Segre
The participating students have had the opportunity to watch, and discuss each film and record their reactions and film criticism on the FRED at School radio platform, an opportunity to share their schools’ thoughts and ideas with all the other participating schools in the programme.
FRED Film Radio is organising a conference on July 2nd where the filmmakers, students, teachers, minority language representatives and members of the film industry will give a snapshot of the achievements of the first edition and the potential expansion into second edition, which will include additional languages.
Some results of a film literacy research study of the 8 participating countries will be revealed alongside the prize for best film awarded by the students themselves.
The event will be accessible for the visually and hearing impaired.
What: FRED at School Conference
Where: 309 Regent Street Cinema, London W1B 2UW
When: 11.00-13.00pm, July 2nd
For further information please contact Isabella Weber: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stéphane Battut's film The call of the birds, French Competition Cinéma du réel 2014 and Intangible heritage award 2014, was theatrically released in France on Wednesday April 15th. Distributor : JHR Films.
It was programmed at the (Austria, October - November 2014).
Lætitia Tura and Hélène Crouzillat's film Les Messagers, International First films competition Cinéma du réel 2014,was theatrically released in France on Wednesday April 8th. Distributor : Primaluce.
It was programmed at the following festivals: Traces de vie (France, November 2014), Cinémed Festival, Montpellier (France, October - November 2014), (Belgium, October 2014), (Italy, September 2014), Les Etats Généraux du Film Documentaire de Lussas (France, August 2014) (France, August 2014).
It was screened on Tuesday June 17th at 9.00pm at the Dietrich Cinema, Poitiers, France, and on Wednesday June 25th 2014 at 8.30pm at Espace 1789, Saint Ouen (Paris suburbs). Screenings organized by and The Kingdom
Emmanuel Gras and Aline Dalbis' film Trois cents hommes, French Competition Cinéma du réel 2014,was theatrically released in France on Wednesday March 25th. Distributor : Sophie Dulac Distribution.
It was programmed at(France, November 2014) and at (France, June - July 2014).