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BERLINALE 2018 Mercato / Francia

La Prière: un aspirante all'Orso d'Oro per Le Pacte

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- In inglese: Il film di Cédric Kahn brilla nella line-up. Prima di mercato per Place publique di Agnès Jaoui e promoreel per Lafosse, Corsini e Lilti

La Prière: un aspirante all'Orso d'Oro per Le Pacte
The Prayer by Cédric Kahn

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The international sales division of French company Le Pacte, headed up by Jean Labadie, is preparing to descend on the European Film Market at the 68th Berlin Film Festival (15-25 February) clutching a rich slate of 12 titles. Standing out among them is a feature that will have its world premiere in competition (which has not happened for Le Pacte in the German capital since 2014): The Prayer [+leggi anche:
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 by Cédric Kahn. The film’s lead actor is Anthony Bajon, who plays a young man who tries to overcome his addiction by joining an isolated community in the mountains, run by former drug addicts who treat themselves through prayer. The tenth opus by the filmmaker, who previously took part in the race for the Golden Bear in 2004 with Red Lights and participated in the Cannes competition in 2001 with Roberto Succo, was produced by Sylvie Pialat and Benoît Quainon for Les Films du Worso, and co-produced by Arte France CinémaRhône-Alpes Cinéma and Belgium’s Versus ProductionLe Pacte will bring the film out in France on 21 March, and the official Berlin premiere will take place on Sunday 18 February.

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At the EFM, the team managed by Camille Neel will also be pinning its hopes on the market premiere of Place publique [+leggi anche:
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 by Agnès Jaoui (who toplines the movie alongside Jean–Pierre Bacri; see the news).

As for pre-sales, a tantalising screening of promo reels of films currently in post-production is on the agenda, including An Impossible Love [+leggi anche:
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 by Catherine Corsini (an adaptation of the Christine Angot novel, starring Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider), Keep Going [+leggi anche:
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 by Belgium’s Joachim Lafosse (also starring Virginie Efira, who is this time flanked by Kacey Mottet-Klein), The Freshman by Thomas Lilti (see the news – starring Vincent Lacoste and William Lebghil), Father and Sons [+leggi anche:
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 by Félix Moati (another title starring Vincent Lacoste, alongside Benoît Poelvoorde), the comedy Our Happy Holiday [+leggi anche:
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 by Patrick Cassir (starring Camille ChamouxJonathan CohenCamille Cottin and Jérémie Elkaïm), The Trouble-Shooter by Julien Guetta (see the article) and the documentary System K [+leggi anche:
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 by Renaud Barret (who co-directed Benda Bilili! [+leggi anche:
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Other titles in post-production include Monos [+leggi anche:
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 by Alejandro Landes (a co-production between Colombia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Uruguay and Argentina) and My Polish Honeymoon [+leggi anche:
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 by Elise Otzenberger (starring Judith ChemlaArthur IgualBrigitte Roüan and André Wims), not to mention (Girl)Friend by Victor Saint-Macary, which has been on the cinema listings in France since 17 January.

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