The 2015 Cinefoundation Atelier will host 15 projects from 14 countries.

The Cannes Film Festival (13 – 24 May) has unveiled this year’s Cinefoundation Atelier selection, comprised of 15 in-development projects from new director talents.

The 2015 selection features 15 projects from 14 countries. The directors and their producers are able to meet with potential funding partners during the festival.

Cinefoundation’s L’Atelier, created in 2005, has hosted 156 projects to date, 103 of which have been released theatrically, while 40 are in pre-production.


Selected projects:

Butterfly Diaries, Paula Un Mi Kim (Brazil)

The Road to Mandalay, Midi Z (Burma)

The Contestant, Carlos Osuna (Colombia)

Compte tes blessures, Morgan Simon (France)

Pari, Siamak Etemadi (Greece/Iran)

Out, György Kristóf, (Hungary/Slovakia)

Twin Flower, Laura Luchetti (Italy)

Our Madness, João Viana (Portugal/Angola)

Borders, Ionuţ Piturescu (Romania)

Popeye, Kirsten Tan (Singapore)

The Tree, Louw Venter (South Africa)

Lands of Loneliness, Meritxell Colell (Spain)

The Mother, Alberto Morais (Spain)

Soundless Dance, Pradeepan Raveendran (Sri Lanka)

Hilal, Feza, and other Planets, Kutluğ Ataman (Turkey)