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El CNC otorga un anticipo de ingresos a Viens je t’emmène de Alain Guiraudie

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- La institución francesa también apoyará las nuevas películas de Julia Ducournau, Emmanuelle Bercot, Xavier Beauvois, Thierry de Peretti, Jean-Paul Civeyrac y Mehran Tamadon

El CNC otorga un anticipo de ingresos a Viens je t’emmène de Alain Guiraudie
El director Alain Guiraudie (© Fathi Dafdouf)

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Seven projects have been accepted during the third 2019 session of the CNC’s second advance on receipts committee. Standing out among them is Viens je t’emmène by Alain Guiraudie, which will be produced by CG Cinéma and which is slated to begin principal photography at the end of the year. This will be the sixth feature by the filmmaker, following No Rest for the Brave [+lee también:
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(Directors’ Fortnight in 2003), Time Has Come [+lee también:
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(2005), The King of Escape [+lee también:
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(Directors’ Fortnight in 2009), Stranger by the Lake [+lee también:
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(Best Director Award in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2013) and Staying Vertical [+lee también:
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(in competition at Cannes in 2016).

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A young female filmmaker is also among the batch of directors selected, as the CNC will also be throwing its weight behind Titane by Julia Ducournau, which will be staged by Kazak and will be the second feature by the helmer, who provided the star attraction of the Critics’ Week at Cannes in 2016 with Raw [+lee también:
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. Her debut then went on to be screened at Toronto before winning the Louis-Delluc Prize for Best First Film in 2017.

Another advance on receipts will go to De son vivant by Emmanuelle Bercot (co-written by Marcia Romano), which will be the sixth feature by a filmmaker who is a familiar face at all the big festivals, such as Cannes (Standing Tall [+lee también:
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, opening film in 2015, out of competition; and Clément, in Un Certain Regard in 2001), Venice (Backstage [+lee también:
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, out of competition in 2005) and Berlin (On My Way [+lee también:
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, in competition in 2013). Production duties will be handled by Les Films du Kiosque.

Also among the titles lucky enough to be selected is Un petit-fils by Xavier Beauvois (co-written by Frédérique Moreau, Marie-Julie Maille and Laurent Macé), which will be the director’s eighth feature, following North (nominated for the César Award for Best First Film in 1993), Don’t Forget You’re Going to Die (Jury Prize at Cannes in 1995), To Matthieu (in competition at Venice in 2000), The Young Lieutenant [+lee también:
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(Venice Days in 2005), Of Gods and Men [+lee también:
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(Grand Prize at Cannes in 2010 and César Award for Best Film in 2011), The Price of Fame [+lee también:
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(in competition at Venice in 2014) and The Guardians [+lee también:
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(unveiled at Toronto in 2017). The movie is being staged by Les Films du Worso.

Yet another advance on receipts has gone to Les Années 10 (formerly known as L’Infiltré), the third feature by Thierry de Peretti, after Les Apaches [+lee también:
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(revealed in the 2013 Directors’ Fortnight) and A Violent Life [+lee también:
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(Cannes Critics’ Week in 2017). The film, which has been co-written by Jeanne Aptekman, will be produced by Les Films Velvet.

The CNC is also backing Une femme de notre temps by Jean-Paul Civeyrac. Produced by Moby Dick Films, this will be the tenth feature by the filmmaker, who rose to fame at Venice in 1996 with Neither Eve Nor Adam, was selected in the Berlinale Panorama in 2018 (with A Paris Education [+lee también:
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) and in the Berlinale Forum in 2002 (with two films: Spirits and Man’s Gentle Love), was at Locarno in 2003 with All the Fine Promises (which also won the Jean Vigo Award), took part in Toronto in 2005 with Through the Forest [+lee también:
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and was in the 2010 Directors’ Fortnight with Young Girls in Black [+lee también:
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Lastly, one documentary feature is also benefiting from an advance on receipts: Mon pire ennemi by Mehran Tamadon (produced by L’atelier documentaire), a director who turned heads with movies such as Bassidji in 2009 and Iranian [+lee también:
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, which took part in the Berlinale Forum in 2014 before scooping the Grand Prize at the Cinéma du Réel festival.

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