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Cannes Announces ‘Atelier de la Cinefondation’ Participants

Cannes Announces 'Atelier de la Cinefondation' Participants

The Festival de Canne‘s Atelier de la Cinefondation, a program which helps young filmmakers bring their film projects to fruition, announced this year’s group of 15 projects that will participate in the program that supports young filmmakers bring their projects to fruition. This year’s 15 come from 15 different countries, and will attend attend the festival May 18 – 25 meeting with film professionals interested in their projects. Attending this year are: Salamandra Pablo Aguero (Argentina–no film title given); Serviam Ruth Mader (Austria–no film title given); “Blown by the Typhoon” by Ying Liang (China); “The Wind Journeys” by Ciro Guerra (Colombia); “De la guerre” by Bertrand Bonello (France); “Le quattro volte” by Michelangelo Frammartino (Italy); “Native Dancer” by Guka Omarova (Kazakhstan); “I Can’t Go Home” by Khalil Joreigne and Joana Hadjithomas (Lebanon); “Entre Parentheses” by Hicham Falah and Chrif Tribak (Morocco); “To Die Like a Man” by Joao Pedro Rodrigues (Portugal); “A Head-shaped Balloon” by Catalin Mitulescu (Romania); “Ahasinwitai” (The Fallen) by Vimukthi Jayasundara (Sri Lanka); “Salome” by Tsai Ming Liang (Taiwan); “Milk” by Semih Kaplanoglu (Turkey); “Treeless Mountain” by So Yong Kim (USA/Korea). [Brian Brooks]

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