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L'anticipo del CNC per Le temps d'aimer di Katell Quillévéré

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- Il CNC sosterrà anche i film firmati da Ursula Meier, Robert Guédiguian, Philippe Faucon, Tony Gatlif, Mona Achache e dal duo Alain Gagnol e Jean-Loup Felicioli

L'anticipo del CNC per Le temps d'aimer di Katell Quillévéré
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Seven projects were selected during the 5th and final session of the CNC’s second advance on receipts 2019 committee.

Standing out amongst these is Le temps d’aimer which will be Katell Quillévéré’s fourth feature film following on from 2010’s Love Like Poison [+leggi anche:
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(screened in Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight 2010 and the winner of the Prix Jean Vigo), Suzanne [+leggi anche:
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(which graced Cannes’ Critics’ Week 2013 and earned itself five César nominations in 2014, including Best Supporting Role) and Heal The Living [+leggi anche:
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(unveiled in Venice’s Orizzonti line-up in 2016 before participating in Toronto’s Platform competition). Written by the filmmaker alongside Gilles Taurand, the story kicks off in 1947. Madeleine, a waitress in a hotel restaurant and the mother of a small boy, makes the acquaintance of François, a rich and cultured student, whilst on a beach. The forces of attraction which push them towards one another are as weighty as the secrets which each of them bears. We already know what Madeleine is looking to leave behind her as she follows this young man, and soon we will learn what François is desperately trying to escape as he intertwines his destiny with that of Madeleine. Production of this family saga spanning two generations will be headed up by Parisian groups Les Films du Bélier and Les Films Pelléas, with co-production in the hands of Belgian firm Frakas Productions.

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The CNC will also be supporting La Ligne by French-Swiss director Ursula Meier (who took part in Cannes’ Critics’ Week 2008 with Home [+leggi anche:
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before walking away with the Berlinale’s 2012 Silver Bear Special Award for Sister [+leggi anche:
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, and who was also selected for the 2018 Berlinale’s Panorama section thanks to Shock Waves – Diary of My Mind [+leggi anche:
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). The work is set to be produced by Les Films de Pierre.

An advance on receipts was also granted to Twist à Bamako, which will be the 22nd feature film by Robert Guédiguian (who competed in Cannes in 2002, in Berlin in 2005 and 2008, before travelling to Venice, first in 2017 with The House By The Sea [+leggi anche:
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, and then again in 2019 with Gloria Mundi [+leggi anche:
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) and which will be produced by Agat Films.

Likewise selected for support was Les Harkis, which will be the 11th feature film by Philippe Faucon (a regular at the big festivals, chiefly by way of Samia, The Betrayal [+leggi anche:
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, The Disintegration [+leggi anche:
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and Fatima [+leggi anche:
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, not to mention Amin [+leggi anche:
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). The title will be produced by Istiqlal Films and co-produced by Arte France Cinéma alongside Belgian outfit Les Films du Fleuve.

The advance on receipts scheme will also lend its backing to Tom Medina by Tony Gatlif (this 20th feature film by a director who was awarded the Best Direction trophy at Cannes 2004 for Exiles will be headed up by Princes Films), the documentary project Little Girl Blue by Mona Achache (the production details of which are yet to be formalised) and the animated film Tales of the Hedgehog by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli (Oscar nominated in their category for A Cat in Paris [+leggi anche:
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in 2012 and who subsequently put their names to Phantom Boy [+leggi anche:
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), a project steered by Parmi Les Lucioles Films.

For the record, six projects were selected during the CNC’s first advance on receipts committee: Les amours d’Anaïs by Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet (produced by Année Zéro and Les Films Pelléas), Saint Omer by Alice Diop (SRAB Films), Jacky by Lucas Delangle (Les Films du Clan), Lumière noire by Karim Bensalah (Tact Production) and the documentaries Chantal Birman, la sage (femme) des banlieues by Aude Pépin (Bootstrap Label) and L’État sauvage by Audrey Baudouin (Quartet Production).

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