The 11th edition of the festival founded in 2012 by distributor Sophie Dulac will be held from June 21 to 28 in the cinemas of the most beautiful avenue in the world. About fifty independent French and American films will thus be screened in theaters in western Paris such as the Balzac, the Gaumont Champs-Élysées, the Lincoln, the Publicis Cinémas and the UGC George V. For the distributor Sophie Dulac, “the cinema war has only just begun “On the programming side this year, six French and American feature films as well as eleven French and American short films will be presented to the public. Here is the detail of the program of festivities on the long side: Ardenza, by Daniela de Felice Atlantic Bar, by Fanny Molins Heartbeast, by Aino Suni Bad Girls, by Émérance Dubas Our ceremonies, by Simon Rieth Rodéo, by Lola Quivoron A Love Song, Max Walker-Silverman Happer’s Comet, Tyler Taormina Mija, Isabel Castro Quantum Cowboys, Geoff Marslett The Integrity of Joseph Chambers, Robert Machoian The Unknown Country, Morrisa Maltz Côté jury, actress and director Emmanuelle Bercot, singer Albin de la Simone, director Diego Ongaro, director Maïmouna Doucouré and actress Rebecca Marder will make up the feature film jury, while director Anaïs Volpé, director and author of comics Nine Antico, novelist Clara Ysé , director Élie Girard and actress Pauline Lorillard will be responsible for deciding between the short films in competition. soon Disappointment Blvd. with Joaquin Phoenix) and the American composer and performer Dan Deacon (who notably signed the soundtrack of Twixt by Francis Ford Coppola).The 11th edition of the Champs-Élysées Film Festival will open with the screening of the film After Yang by Kogonada with Colin Farrell and Jodie Turner-Smith and will close with the crazy comedy Everything Everywhere All at Once by “Daniels” (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) to whom we owe Swiss Army Man. Finally, on the new side this year, the festival will also highlight a selection of medium-length films which will be presented in preview out of competition. More information on the Champs-Élysées Film Festival website.
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