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The Most Awarded Worldwide

17.03.2019 News

The Most Awarded Worldwide category features films that have been selected and awarded at several festivals around the world. Since they already had their hour of glory, they are not in our competitions but are still among our program because they remain challenging and of great artistic quality.

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A Northern Soul: "Hip-hop artist and worker in the small town of Hull, England, Steve created the Beats Bus, a musical bus dedicated to the local underprivileged children." This screening will take place on Sunday 24 March at 7pm at the Cinema Galeries and will be followed by a discussion with Jude Kirton Darling (MEP) and Elena Crasta (Senior European Officer, specialised in the Brexit issue).

Tickets are on sale on the Cinema Galeries website: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Entrepreneur: "Virpi Suutari films the daily life of independent entrepreneurs: their dreams, their integrity and their ability to preserve their dignity even in difficult times. This screening will take place on Monday, March 25 at 9pm at the Cinema Galeries.

Tickets are on sale on the Cinema Galeries website: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Eastern Memories: "With "Eastern Memories", the directors take us on a surprising road movie through Mongolia, Japan, China and Korea" This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30pm at Cinéma Aventure, in the presence of the directors.

Tickets are on sale on the Cinéma Aventure website: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Està Todo Bien : "In a country where the health system is increasingly dysfunctional, a pharmacist, a traumatologist, a social activist and two cancer patients are trying to survive. This screening will take place on Monday, March 25 at 7pm at the Cinéma Vendôme. It will be followed by a discussion with Claudio Guthman (Amnesty International's Venezuela expert), Jean-Marc Jacobs (MSF's Director of Communication) and Saraï Suarez (Venezuelan journalist).

More information on tickets: HERE

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La Liberté: "In the eastern Corsican plain, Casabianda is a very unique detention centre, within a vast agricultural estate. This so-called "open" prison has nothing to do with the usual prisons". This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 8pm at the Cinéma Vendôme, in the presence of the film's sound engineer.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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My Father is my Mother's Brother: "Anatoly Belov, an underground artist from Kiev, is raising his five-year-old niece Katya, whose mother, suffering from a mental illness, can no longer care for herself. This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 5pm at the Cinéma Vendôme.

More information on tickets: HERE

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Nofinofy: "When his hair salon is destroyed by the municipality, Romeo has to leave Tamatave Main Street for the Malagasy working class districts. He then moved into a small makeshift cabin, but dreamed of one day building a "hard" lounge. This screening will take place on Monday, March 25 at 9pm at the Cinéma Vendôme, in the presence of the director.

More information on tickets: HERE

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The Band: ""The Band" tells the story of the birth of the gypsy orchestra Lomnické Čháve in a Roma camp in eastern Slovakia ". This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 8pm at the Cinema Galeries and on Monday, March 25th at 8:30pm at the Cinema Galeries.

Tickets are on sale at the Cinema Galeries website: HERE

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The Land of Peach Blossoms: "The authoritarian founder of the restaurant imposes a strict collectivism. Personal opinions are prohibited and it is required to think and behave like him". This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 5pm at the Cinéma Vendôme.

More information on tickets: HERE

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Une Nouvelle Vie: "Bulgaria, 1990. Communism collapsed and thousands of Bulgarians emigrated to Canada. Why would you want to leave your country to build a new life?" This screening will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 9pm at the Cinéma Vendôme, in the presence of the director.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Concerned about the climate? Do you want to see change ? Do you go on strike Thursdays? You want to act but you have the feeling that your voice is not heard?

 

"Filming for the climate" is the national competition that will allow you to speak over the climate! Express your vision of the future and your proposals for a sustainable environment through a video or film (30 sec - 10 'max.)