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FIDMARSEILLE 2022

El FIDMarseille acoge 49 estrenos mundiales

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- La ciudad francesa celebrará del 5 al 11 de julio la 33a edición del festival, que presenta 123 películas, retrospectiva de Albert Serra incluida, y cuyo jurado principal preside Mati Diop

El FIDMarseille acoge 49 estrenos mundiales
Aftersun, de Lluís Galter

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Tuesday 5 July will see local-born director Emmanuel Mouret opening the 33rd Marseille International Film Festival – FIDMarseille (now directed by Tsveta Dobreva) out of competition by way of Diary of a Fleeting Affair [+lee también:
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(a movie well-received in Cannes). Staying true to its exacting artistic line and open to all genres and formats, the event will offer up 123 films (hailing from 37 countries) in the run up to 11 July, of which 49 will be world premieres and two international premieres across five competition sections. And stealing focus among the countless attractions on the agenda (over 200 professionals from the field of the 7th art will be making the journey to Marseille) is a retrospective dedicated to Spanish director Albert Serra (including the winning work Pacifiction [+lee también:
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, unveiled in competition in Cannes), as well as a wild card section dedicated to Mathieu Amalric (including his latest films: Zorn III and Maîtres anciens), among other events.

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Standing tall among the 14 titles (including 13 in world premieres) which are taking part in the international competition (evaluated by a jury led by Mati Diop and notably including João Pedro Rodrigues, Ted Fendt and Bani Khoshnoudi) are eight feature films, in the form of Aftersun by Spain’s Lluís Galter, Infamous Men’s Life [+lee también:
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 by French directors Gilles Deroo and Marianne Pistone, The Unstable Object II by US filmmaker Daniel Eisenberg (a production involved France, Germany. Turkey and the USA), the new lengthy film (409 minutes) by Filippino director Lav Diaz entitled A Tale of Filipino Violence, The Last Two Days by Brazil’s Leonardo Mouramateus, About The Clouds by Argentina’s María Aparicio, Nomotopowel by US helmer Brent Chesanek, A Woman Escapes (Canada/Turkey) by the trio composed of Sofia Bohdanowicz, Burak Çevik and Blake Williams, Night Detour (Canada) by Ariane Falardeau St-Amour and Paul Chotel, and Garden Sandbo by Japan’s Yukinori Kurokawa.

In terms of the French competition (whose jury will be presided over by Dounia Sichov and which further includes Patric Chiha), 11 world premieres are on the cards, of which six are feature films: X14 by Delphine Kreuter, Smalltown Boys [+lee también:
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by Gaël Lépingle, Pour être aimé par qui by their compatriot Émily Barbelin, About the Conquest by Franssou Prenant, Stars by Jacques Meilleurat and We Had The Day, Bonsoir by Narimane Mari.

Three additional competitive sections are also on the FIDMarseille agenda: the first films line-up will notably showcase Kristina by Serbia’s Nikola Spasic, Mourir à Ibiza (Un film en trois étés) by the French trio Anton Balekdjian, Léo Couture and Mattéo Eustachon, and Passe-parole by Spain’s Mario Valero. It’s also worth mentioning that the Flash competition jury for short films is set to be led by Spanish director Elena López Riera, and that, among a number of other titles, the National Association of Experimental Film (GNCR) is set to present two works which have previously scooped awards in the Berlinale’s Encounters line-up: See You Friday Robinson [+lee también:
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by Iran’s Mitra Farahani and Unrest [+lee también:
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by Switzerland’s Cyril Schaüblin.

The 2022 FIDMarseille programme likewise consists of a Ukrainian Youth line-up (2014-2022), including Mariupolis 2 [+lee también:
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by the late Lithuanian director Mantas Kvedaravicius, as well as special screenings, including that of Audrey Ginestet’s Drop It [+lee también:
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, and the Others Gems section, showcasing (among other feature films) Declan Clarke’s German production What Are The Wild Waves Saying? and French titles The Opponents by Pauline Bastard, By The Window by Jean-Christian Riff and Pierre Guyotat, le don de soi by Jacques Kebadian. All without forgetting the professional FIDLab sidebar, which Cineuropa will come back to in greater detail in due course.

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