Thursday, April 24, 2008
Finally today they posted their press release with all the films this Cannes section will screen. The section will run from May 15 to May 23, 2008.
Aanrijding in Moscou* (Moscow, Belgium), Christophe Van Rompaey, Belgium (is a romantic comedy...)
Das Fremde In Mir (The Stranger and I), Emily Atef, Germany
Better Things*, Duane Hopkins, UK
La Sangre Brota (Blood Appears), Pablo Fenderick, Germany, France and Argentina
Snijeg* (Snow), Aida Begic, Bosnia-Herzegovina and France
Les Grandes Personnes*, Anna Novion, France and Sweden
Vse Umrut a Ja Ostanus* (Everybody Dies But Me) Valeria Gaia Germanica, Russia
*Eligible for Caméra D’Or
Opening Film: Les Sept Jours, Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz, Israel and France
Closing Film: Desierto Adentro, Rodrigo Plá, Mexico
La Journée Particulière
The End of Poverty?, Philippe Diaz, USA
Enfants de Don Quichotte (Acte 1), Ronan Dénécé, Augustin Legrand and Jean-Baptiste Legrand, France
Rumba, Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon and Bruno Romy, France and Belgium
Home, Ursula Meier, Switzerland, France and Belgium
FIPRESCI Revelation of the Year – Feature Film: Lake Tahoe, Fernando Eimbcke, Mexico
To check all the medium and short films please go to their site, the link is in the first left column. The best news for me is the new movie by Rodrigo Plá that I hope I’ll be able to see eventually, but the films in competition are quite interesting.
The selection films will have reruns in Corsica, Paris, Rome, Beirut and Mexico at the Morelia International Film Festival in October 2008.