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SHOOTING STARS 2019

EFP annonce les Shooting Stars européennes 2019

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- Dix des acteurs émergents les plus prometteurs d'Europe ont été sélectionnés pour participer à une série d'événements dans le cadre du prochain Festival de Berlin, en février

EFP annonce les Shooting Stars européennes 2019

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The European Film Promotion (EFP)'s European Shooting Stars programme – now in its 22nd year – will present ten of the best up-and-coming acting talents from Europe who have been deemed ready to step out into the international film scene by a jury of industry experts (see the news).

The selection includes Denmark's Elliott Crosset Hove (whose breakthrough role in Winter Brothers [+lire aussi :
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interview : Elliott Crosset Hove
interview : Hlynur Pálmason
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yielded him the Best Actor Award at Locarno and Vilnius, as well as a Robert, the Danish Academy Award), Estonia's Rea Lest-Liik (who impressed audiences with her role in November [+lire aussi :
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interview : Rea Lest
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), Germany's Emma Drogunova (who is just 23 years old and recently turned heads with her role in The Tobacconist [+lire aussi :
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interview : Emma Drogunova
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]
), Iceland's Kristín Thora Haraldsdóttir (who starred in the Icelandic 2018 Sundance entry And Breathe Normally [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ísold Uggadóttir
interview : Kristin Thora Haraldsdóttir
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]
), Ireland's Aisling Franciosi (whose credits include the TV series Games of Thrones and Legends, and the recent Venice competitor The Nightingale), Macedonia's Blagoj Veselinov (whose character depiction was one of the highlights of last year's multi-award-winning title Secret Ingredient [+lire aussi :
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interview : Blagoj Veselinov
interview : Gjorce Stavreski
fiche film
]
), Poland's Dawid Ogrodnik (whose credits include recent Polish hits Silent Night [+lire aussi :
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interview : Dawid Ogrodnik
interview : Piotr Domalewski
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]
, The Last Family [+lire aussi :
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interview : Dawid Ogrodnik
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and Life Feels Good [+lire aussi :
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), Norway's Ine Marie Wilmann (who will soon be seen in the Sundance-selected Sonja - The White Swan, a biopic of Norwegian figure skater-turned-Hollywood actress Sonja Henie), Serbia's Milan Marić (who played the title role in the Berlinale-awarded Russian biopic Dovlatov [+lire aussi :
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interview : Milan Maric
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]
), and Sweden's Ardalan Esmaili (who turned heads with his work in last year's The Charmer [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ardalan Esmaili
interview : Milad Alami
fiche film
]
).

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The event, set to take place between 8 and 11 February 2019, during the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, will introduce the five actresses and five actors to the film industry, public and international press, helping them to get in touch with casting directors, producers and filmmakers through one-on-one meetings, and an awards ceremony at the Berlinale Palast, where each actor will be honoured with the ESS Award donated by Leysen1855.

For the record, since the first edition of the initiative, backed by Creative Europe - MEDIA, took place in 1998, a total of 303 European Shooting Stars have been selected, including names such as Alicia Vikander, Matthias Schoenaerts, Domhnall Gleeson, Alexander Fehling, Ruth Negga and Pilou Asbæk, to name a few.

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