Unifrance has announced the titles competing in this year’s online event focused on French-language features and shorts that have had limited international exposure.
Unifrance has unveiled the line-up of the fifth edition of its MyFrenchFilmFestival.com, its online event focused on French-language features and shorts that have had little international exposure as yet.
Running January 16 to February 16 2015, the festival will showcase 10 features and 10 shorts.
This year’s jury will be presided over by Michel Gondry and also feature Belgium director Joachim Lafosse, Israeli Nadav Lapid and Mauritanian Abderrahmane Sissako.
The winning film will be awarded €15,000 to be divided equally between the director, producer and sales agent.
The festival will be available on 25 partner platforms worldwide.
- How I Came to Hate Maths (Comment j’ai détesté les maths), dir. Olivier Peyon
- Eastern Boys, dir. Robin Campillo
- The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears, dir. Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani
- Gazelles, dir Mona Achache
- Hippocrate, dir. Thomas Lilti
- Miss and the Doctors, dir. Axelle Ropert
- Sadness Club, dir. Vincent Mariette
- A Place on Earth, dir. Fabienne Godet
- Breathe, dir. Mélanie Laurent
- Vandal, dir. Hélier Cisterne
Out of Competition: Chasse au Godard d’Abbittibbi, dir. Eric Morin
Heritage Screening: Plein Soleil, dir. Réné Clément
- Aissa, dir. Clément Tréhin-Lalanne
- Dip N’ Dance, dir. Hugo Cierzniak
- Extrasystole, dir. Alice Douard
- Guy Moquet, dir. Demis Herenger
- A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log, dir. Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar
- A Day Out in Paris, dir. Carine May and Hakim Zouhani
- Le Return, dir. Yohann Kouam
- Carefree, dir. Louise de Prémonville
- Molii, dir. Hakim Zouhani, Yassine Qnia, Carine May and Mourad Boudaoud
- Shadow, dir. Lorenzo Recio
Out of Competition: An Extraordinary Person, dir. Monia Chokri.
For more information click on http://www.myfrenchfilmfestival.com