The French Film Festival, in 13 cities in Romania

English Section / 8 martie

The French Film Festival, in 13 cities in Romania

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Cultural festivals flourish in the spring. Films from the selections at Cannes, Berlin, Locarno, Venice, Toronto and Annecy can be found in the selection of the 28th edition of the French Film Festival in Romania, which will take place from March 21 to 31, in Bucharest and other 12 cities in the country. More than 100 film screenings will take place in cinemas and alternative cultural spaces in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Iasi, Arad, Brasov, Braila, Constanţa, Craiova, Sfântu Gheorghe, Sibiu, Suceava and Târgu Mureş, the organizers informed. The screenings in Bucharest will take place at Cinema Elvire Popesco, where viewers will be able to meet the actor from "Vincent doit mourir" and "Goutte d'or" - Karim Leklou, Sandra Parfait and Claire Duburcq - the actresses from "Connan" and the director of the film "Paula", Angela Ottobach. The festival will be opened in Bucharest by the comedy "Une Annee Difficile"/"A difficult year", made by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano, the authors of the film "Intouchables" - one of the biggest box office successes in France. The film is part of the section Panorama of the films of the year which regroups some of the most important recent French productions, acclaimed by critics and the French public alike. In the same section will be presented "Le Proces Goldman" - Cedric Kahn's highly methodical dramatization of the 1976 trial of the radical Pierre Goldman and "Le Livre des solutions"/"The book of solutions", both selected last year at Cannes in the Quinzaine often filmed. Also coming from Cannes are "Chronique d'une liaison passegere" and "Le temps d'aimer", presented in 2022 and 2023, respectively, in the Cannes Premiere section, "Le Regne Animal", directed by Thomas Cailley, who was presented at Un Certain Regard, alongside "Simple Comme Sylvain" - awarded this year with the Cesar Award for the best foreign film. The competition of young talents - feature film again this year proposes debut films with an impressive festival track record, which will compete for the Audience Award, offered by the French Institute in Romania, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. From science fiction and fantasy to horror and film noir, the "Mauvais genres" section presents for the first time at the festival a varied selection of French genre films, while the "Jeune Public - Films for the whole family" section presents three feature films , two animations and a documentary. At the same time, through the "Vertiges VR" section, the French Film Festival is premiering an unprecedented selection of five films in virtual reality. The VR films are accessible to the public over the age of 12 and can be seen in Bucharest in the Atrium of the French Institute in Romania on Saturdays, March 23 and 30, between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The French Film Festival is organized by the French Institute in Romania.

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