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Alice Kanterian

Alice is a correspondent, covering Venice and other international film festivals.


The Cannes Queer Palm celebrating diversity goes to the Romanian drama Three kilometers to the end of the world by Emanuel Pârvu


What is parental love capable of, how far would parents go in order to protect their children, deciding what is the best for them. This is one of the topics explored by the Romanian director Emanuel Parvu and his co-script writer and producer Miruna Berescu explore in their new film presented in the official competicion of the Festival de Cannes. 


The other one is the pressure of the society on parents and the pressure they experince within a more restricted community on the Donau Delta around the town of Sfantu Gheorghe rejecting what they decided to be beyond the norm.


Trei kilometri până la capătul lumii/Three kilometers to the end of the world, the feature directed by Romanian Emanuel Pârvu, received the Queer Palm 2024 Award at Cannes. The prize rewards since 2010 films selected at the Cannes festival and in its parallel sections that are dealing with LGBT+ or feminist themes or characters or challenging gender norms. 


The award was handed to director Emanuel Pârvu by Lukas Dhont this past weekend. Miruna Berescu, co-writer and producer of the film, was also present at the ceremony.


The jury of this year's competition, which also included films signed by Jacques Audiard, Marcelo Caetano or Karim Aïnouz, was composed of Lukas Dhont (director), Paloma (Drag Race France winner), Jad Salfiti (journalist), Juliana Rojas (filmmaker, editor), and Sophie Letourneur (director, actress).


Alice Kanterian



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