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TRIESTE 2020

Le Festival du film de Trieste annonce son programme

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- Du 17 au 23 janvier à Trieste, regard sur le cinéma d'Europe de l'Est. Corneliu Porumboiu présente son excentrique film noir Les Siffleurs et tient une masterclasse

Le Festival du film de Trieste annonce son programme
Les Siffleurs de Corneliu Porumboiu

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Having reached its milestone thirtieth edition last year, the Trieste Film Festival (17 -23 January) is turning its gaze towards the new decade with a focus on various issues affecting the Old Continent. The event directed by Fabrizio Grosoli and Nicoletta Romeo will open with the Italian premiere of Terrence Malick’s new film, A Hidden Life [+lire aussi :
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, shot entirely in Europe (and a competitor in the recent Cannes Film Festival), whilst the closing slot falls to Corneliu Porumboiu, a cutting-edge director of “new Romanian cinema”, who will be presenting his eccentric noir The Whistlers [+lire aussi :
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interview : Corneliu Porumboiu
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- which also competed in Cannes - as well as delivering a masterclass open to the general public.

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The International Feature Film Competition will consist of eleven films - all of which Italian premieres - set to be judged by the festival audience. Nationalism and economic migration are two of the main themes. Specifically, Brexit and its impact on the Bulgarian protagonists of Cat in the Wall [+lire aussi :
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is the focus of Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova’s work, whilst Let There Be Light [+lire aussi :
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by Marko Škop sees a Slovakian bricklayer returning home from Germany only to discover that his son is involved with a paramilitary group; Oleg [+lire aussi :
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by Juris Kursietis focuses on a Latvian butcher who finds himself entangled in the Polish crime world in Brussels, while a more intimate window is opened by Ivana the Terrible [+lire aussi :
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where we see Ivana Mladenović bringing her own weaknesses to the big screen, as well as by the Serbian film Asymmetry [+lire aussi :
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, Maša Nešković’s first work which explores the transformation over time of a loving relationship. The same can be said of the Bulgarian title The Father [+lire aussi :
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by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, where we follow the journey of a father and a son in mourning, and a similarly intimate look is cast at the failing marriage at the heart of Monsters. [+lire aussi :
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by Romania’s Marius Olteanu; at the clandestine love recounted in Once in Trubchevsk [+lire aussi :
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by Larisa Sadilova, and; at the pain felt by an entire village over the disappearance of Oroslan [+lire aussi :
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interview : Matjaž Ivanišin
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in this work directed by Slovenia’s Matjaž Ivanišin. Last but not least in this category, we find two incredible female portraits: Lillian [+lire aussi :
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by Austria’s Andreas Horvath, inspired by the true story of Lillian Alling, and Zana [+lire aussi :
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by Antoneta Kastrati, which explores the patriarchal society continually governing women’s lives in Kosovo.

Screening out of competition, meanwhile, are the two detective films Heidi [+lire aussi :
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interview : Cătălin Mitulescu
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by Cătălin Mitulescu, and Rounds [+lire aussi :
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interview : Stephan Komandarev
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by Stephan Komandarev, the comedies Paradise [+lire aussi :
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by Italy’s Davide Del Degan and The Last Serb in Croatia [+lire aussi :
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by Predrag Ličina - the Balkans’ very first “zombie comedy” – and two first works: Stories from the Chestnut Woods [+lire aussi :
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by Gregor Božič and My Thoughts Are Silent [+lire aussi :
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by Ukrainian director Antonio Lukič.

Special Events include the world premiere of Tadeusz Śliwa’s (Nie)znajomi - a Polish remake of Italian film Perfect Strangers [+lire aussi :
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– starring Kasia Smutniak, an actress set to receive the Eastern Star Award. Three tributes, meanwhile, are in the offing: Juraj Herz’s masterpiece The Cremator, restored by Prague’s Cinematheque; W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism, one year on from the passing of Dušan Makavejev, and; The Night of the Shooting Stars by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, in honour of Omero Antonutti who passed away in November.

The International Documentary Competition, for its part, will consist of nine titles: The Euphoria of Being [+lire aussi :
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by Hungary’s Réka Szabó; Marek Edelman ...and There Was Love in the Ghetto [+lire aussi :
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by Jolanta Dylewska; Mother and Son by Hilal Baydarov; BATAstories [+lire aussi :
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by Peter Kerekes; Exemplary Behaviour [+lire aussi :
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by Audrius Mickevičius and Nerijus Milerius; Heat Singers [+lire aussi :
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interview : Nadia Parfan
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by Nadia Parfan; Immortal [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ksenia Okhapkina
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by Ksenia Okhapkina; Transnistra [+lire aussi :
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by Anna Eborn and; The Wind. A Documentary Thriller [+lire aussi :
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interview : Michał Bielawski
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by Michał Bielawski. Screening out of competition, meanwhile, are Giuliano Fratini’s The Gift and Giampaolo Penco’s Vittorio Vidali - Io non sono quello che fui.

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