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Critic's Picks: The Top 10 Undistributed Films of 2013 According to ...

Critic's Picks: The Top 10 Undistributed Films of 2013 According to ... | French cinema | Scoop.it
Shot in the isolated forests of Wallonia, in French-speaking southern Belgium, it manages a fascinating naturalistic tone that's infectiously lighthearted without obscuring the downbeat quality of its subjects' lives.
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Sundance Film Festival Unveils Spotlight, Midnight, New Frontier Slate

Sundance Film Festival Unveils Spotlight, Midnight, New Frontier Slate | French cinema | Scoop.it
Recognizing the crossroads of film, art, and media technology as a hotbed for cinematic innovation, New Frontier is also a venue showcasing media installations, multimedia performances, transmedia experiences, and panel ...
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Film Threat - 2014 Oxford Film Festival Announces Lineup

Film Threat - 2014 Oxford Film Festival Announces Lineup | French cinema | Scoop.it
This year's festival includes 78 films ranging from animation, experimental, documentary, narrative, features and shorts and a wide range of Mississippi films. Additional films will be announced as they become available.
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The Future of French Cinema

The Future of French Cinema | French cinema | Scoop.it
When, as in France, the government is involved in the production of movies, the industry and the art become a matter of politics. Those politics were brought to the fore last week by the producer Vincent Maraval (a founder of the production and distribution company Wild Bunch), who published a piece in Le Monde entitled, “French Actors Are Paid Too Much!” That article elicited a debate that is roiling the French film industry and its followers, but what emerges from the specifics of the debate is that its immediate terms are negligible compared with the grand issues of principle—historical, artistic, and national—that they bring into play.
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