The Cannes films arrive in Suceava, within the Les Films de Cannes à Suceava: Europa FM
The festival will take place at Cinema Modern and will begin with the anniversary screening of the film "4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days", ten years after the Palme d'Or prize in Cannes in 2007, becoming the only film in Romania that received this distinction. The screening will take place on November 10, starting at 19:00, and will be held in the presence of director Cristian Mungiu.
The film "A Gentle Creature", made by Sergei Loznitsa, is part of the selection of Les Films de Cannes à Suceava. The film will be screened in the presence of actor Valeriu Andriuţă, who is part of the distribution of the feature film. On this occasion, the actor will support a Q & amp; It was moderated by the film critic Irina Margareta Nistor. In the drama "A Gentle Creature" by Sergei Loznitsa (Maidan, In the Fog), the main character played by Vasilina Makovtseva is a woman who starts in a blind search for answers and justice, after being sent back a package sent to her husband. in prison in a remote region of Russia.
On the occasion of Les Films de Cannes à Suceava the films "120 Battements par minutes", also known as BPM, made by the French director Robin Campillo, and "Jupiter's Moon" of the Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó, both presented in the official competition of the festival will be seen. from Cannes. The film "120 Battements per minute" is the winner of this year's Grand Prix, Campillo being auctioned in Cannes for minutes after announcing the award. The drama inspired by the fight of the activist group Act-Up Paris against the general indifference to the victims caused by the AIDS virus in France of the 90s, is also France's proposal for the Oscar for best foreign film. The feature film directed by Kornél Mundruczó (White God, 2014) tells the story of the Aryan emigrant, shot when he was trying to cross the border, and who can now levitate at will, and “reaches the borders & nbsp; science fiction and fantasy genres, ”as The Guardian writes.
The film "Paterson", signed by Jim Jarmusch, silently observes the victories and defeats of daily life, as well as the poetry that lies in the smallest details. At Les Films de Cannes à Suceava, it will be screened on November 12 and will be introduced by Irina Margreta Nistor. The program includes "Good Time", the fifth feature film signed by Josh and Ben Safdie, of which INDIEwire wrote that "There are simply no other directors capable of generating comedy and suspense at the same time and at such a level ”. The film was in competition at Cannes 2017.
The closing of Les Films de Cannes à Suceava will be followed by the distinguished film with the Un Certain Regard Award: & quot; A Man of Integrity & quot; Goodbye, 2011, Un Certain Regard Award. Realistic drama about a former teacher, Reza, who is retiring with his family to a village in northern Iran to lead a peaceful life in the country and his struggle with a private company that wants to buy his land, brings to mind the issues he is focusing on. the director has also addressed them in previous films: injustice, corruption, the means by which an authoritarian regime manages to quietly reduce individual crimes.