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From April 5 to May 30 2011, UniFrance films - an organization promoting French cinema worldwide - and the French Embassy in China, are presenting the eighth edition of the French Film Panorama in China in Beijing, Chengdu, Shenzhen and Hangzhou.

 

A selection composed of ten recently released feature films and ten short films, established in cooperation with SARFT (State Administration of Radio, Film, Television), will be brought to the Chinese audience. The films will be screened in French with Chinese subtitles. The screenings will be followed by Q&A sessions with the directors, actors and producers who will be traveling to China to promote the films, meet with the press and the Chinese audience. Masterclasses will be held in various universities.

 

The opening ceremony of Panorama will take place in Sanlitun Village in Beijing on April 7th, as well as the special screening of the film "Potiche", with Director François Ozon attending. The delegation will then go to Chengdu and Shenzhen in order to meet the local audience.

 

The Annual French Film Panorama in China aims to promote newly produced French films to the local distributors, the press as well as the Chinese spectators.

 

The Panorama is made possible thanks to the support of CNC, Paris City Government, Air France, Fondation Gan, Groupama, LVT, Broadway Cinemas, Stellar Cinema Chengdu, Jinyi International Cinemas, Sofitel Wanda Chengdu, Hotel G Beijing, Institut Français, Alliance Française, Art Genesis.

 

(This initiative only reflects the organizer's opinion. The European Commission and the All-China Youth Federation cannot be held responsible for the content of this initiative. )

 

 

Films list

Screenings will be held in French with Chinese subtitles

 

(Feature Films)

Potiche directed by François Ozon (Opening night movie, exclusive preview)

Angèle et Tony directed by Alix Delaporte

Copacabana directed by Marc Fitoussi

Océans directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud

No et moi directed by Zabou Breitman

Tout ce qui brille directed by Hervé Mimran and Géraldine Nakache

Une vie de chat directed by Alain Gagnol and Jean Loup Felicioli

L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie directed by Eric Lartigau

Nannerl, la soeur de Mozart directed by René Féret

Les Femmes du 6e étage directed by Philippe Le Guay

 

(Short Films)

Program 1

Chienne d'histoire by Serge Avédikian

Dans la jungle des villes by Stéphane Demoustier et Denis Eyriey

Les amies qui t'aiment by Alexis Van Stratum

Mémoire fossile by Anne-Laure Torato

Je pourrais être votre grand-mère by Bernard Tanguy

 

Program 2

Logorama by François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy, Ludovic Houplain

Des enfants dans les arbres by Bania Medjbar

Madagascar, carnet de voyage by Bastien Dubois

Cul de bouteille by Jean-Claude Rozecs

Richard aux yeux bizarres by Nicolas Livecchi

La carte by Stéfan Le Lay

 

Delegation list (subject to change)

 

Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre - UniFrance films President

Zabou Breitman - Director & Actress of "No et moi"

Frédéric Brillion - Producer of "No et moi"

Jacques Cluzaud - Director of "Oceans"

Alix Delaporte - Director of "Angèle et Tony"

Hervé Mimran - Director  of "Tout ce qui brille"

Marc Fitoussi - Director of "Copacabana"

Alain Gagnol - Director of "Une vie de chat"

Eric Lartigau - Director of "L'Homme qui voulait vivre sa vie"

François Ozon - Director of "Potiche"

Evgueni Galperine - Composer of "L'Homme qui voulait vivre sa vie"

Delphine Chuillot - Actresse of "Nannerl, la soeur de Mozart"

 

 

Cinema information :

 

In Beijing

 

5 to 9 April:

Broadway cinemas Star City cinema

(BB65, Oriental Plaza, No.1 East Chang An Ave.Dong Cheng District 100738)

Broadway Cinematheque MOMA

(T4, China MOMA North Section, No. 1 Xiangheyuan Street)

http://www.b-cinema.cn//www.bc-cinema.cn

 

14 to 30 May:

Institut Français

(18Gongti xi lu, Chaoyang District 100020)

http://www.ccfpekin.org/

 

 

In Shenzhen (10 to 16 April):

Jin Yi International Cinemas

(G Floor, No.3 YiJing Zhong Xin Cheng, Fu Hua Yi Lu, Fu Tian Qu,Shenzhen)

http://www.jycinema.com/

 

 

In Chengdu (17 to 23 April) :

Stellar Yingdu Multiplexe

(No.68 Zongfu RD, Chengdu,Sichuan)

http://www.xingmei520.com/

 

In Hangzhou (30 April - 7 May):

Broadway Cinemas Hangzhou Mixc Mall

(3th Floor, MIXC Mall, 701 Fuchun Road, Hangzhou

http://www.b-cinema.cn/

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