Sep 01 2010

Angoulême, Montréal, Toronto, Namur etc.

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SOURCE: http://en.filmfund.lu/news/list/00310/index.php

After competing for the Golden Leopard at the Locarno Festival del Film (4-18-8), LA PETITE CHAMBRE, directed by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond, coproduced by Nicolas Steil (Iris Productions) will be screened at the Montreal World Film Festival (28.8-6.9) in the section – Focus on World Cinema – www.ffm-montreal.org. The film will also be in competition at the 25th Festival international du film francophone de Namur (1-8.10) -www.fiff.be.

ILLEGAL, directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse and coproduced by Nicolas Steil (Iris Productions) will be in competition at the Festival du film francophone d’Angoulême (25-29.8). ILLEGAL will also be the opening film at the 25th Festival international du film francophone de Namur (1-8.10). The film is also one of the three finalists for the LUX Prize (the cinema award of the European Parliament – to be held in Brussels on 24th November). The three finalists of the LUX Prize will be screened as a special event at the Venice Day during the Mostra internazionale di Venezia (1-11.9) – www.venice-days.com.

Samsa Film’s latest production SANS QUEUE NI TETE , directed by Jeanne Labrune starring Isabelle Huppert will be screened at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival (9-19.9) in the Special Presentation section. The film is set to come out in theaters in the fall.

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SOURCE: http://en.filmfund.lu/news/list/00310/index.php

After competing for the Golden Leopard at the Locarno Festival del Film (4-18-8), LA PETITE CHAMBRE, directed by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond, coproduced by Nicolas Steil (Iris Productions) will be screened at the Montreal World Film Festival (28.8-6.9) in the section – Focus on World Cinema – www.ffm-montreal.org. The film will also be in competition at the 25th Festival international du film francophone de Namur (1-8.10) -www.fiff.be.

ILLEGAL, directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse and coproduced by Nicolas Steil (Iris Productions) will be in competition at the Festival du film francophone d’Angoulême (25-29.8). ILLEGAL will also be the opening film at the 25th Festival international du film francophone de Namur (1-8.10). The film is also one of the three finalists for the LUX Prize (the cinema award of the European Parliament – to be held in Brussels on 24th November). The three finalists of the LUX Prize will be screened as a special event at the Venice Day during the Mostra internazionale di Venezia (1-11.9) – www.venice-days.com.

Samsa Film’s latest production SANS QUEUE NI TETE , directed by Jeanne Labrune starring Isabelle Huppert will be screened at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival (9-19.9) in the Special Presentation section. The film is set to come out in theaters in the fall.

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