20 films supported by Eurimages in Cannes!

19 April 2018
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20 films supported by Eurimages in Cannes!

The 71st edition of the Cannes Film Festival (8-19 May 2018) now includes 20 films supported by Eurimages, seven of which are selected in the official competition:

  • Todos lo saben (Everybody Knows) by Farhadi Ashgar ; this co-production between Spain, France and Italy, which is part of the official competition, will open the 71st edition of the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday 8 May 2018;
  • Dogman (IT, FR) by Matteo Garrone ;
  • Girls of the Sun (FR, BE, GE) by Eva Husson ;
  • Zimna wojna (Cold War) by Pawel Pawlikowski, a co-production between Poland, France and the United Kingdom;
  • Lazzaro felice (IT, FR, CH) by Alice Rohrwacher;
  • My Little One - Ayka  (DE, RU, KZ, PL) by Sergey Dvortsevoy and
  • Ahlat Agaci (The Wild Pear Tree) (TR, FR, BG, DE) by Ceylan Nuri Bilge.

Four films are selected in the framework of the competition Un Certain Regard:

  • Border by Ali Abbasi, a co-production between Sweden and Denmark;
  • My Favorite Fabric (FR, DE, TR) by Jiji Gaya;
  • Die Stroppers (The Harvesters) by Etienne Kallos, a co-production between France, South Africa, Poland and Greece and
  • Donbass (DE, UA, FR, RO, NL) by Sergei Loznitsa.

Three films supported by Eurimages figure among the full-length feature films selected in competition in the Critics' Week :

  • Chris the Swiss (CH, HR, DE, FIN) by Anja Kofmel;
  • Fuga (Fugue) by Agnieszka Smoczyńska, a co-production between Poland, Czech Republic and Sweden and
  • Kona fer í stríð (Woman at War) by Benedikt Erlingsson, a co-production between Iceland, France and Ukraine.

Three other films will be screened in the framework of the Director's Fortnight:

  • Samouni Road (FR, IT) by Stefano Savona,
  • Teret (The Load) by Ognjen Glavonic, a co-production between Serbia, France and Croatia and
  • Petra (ES, FR, DK) by Jaime Rosales.

Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built (DK, SE, DE, FR) will be screened Out of Competition while Another Day of Life (PL, ES, BE, DE) by Raul de la Fuente and Damian Nenow is selected among the Special Screenings section

Finally, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (ES, BE, PT) by Terry Gilliam (Eurimages’ support frozen pending outcome of the Court’s decision), will close the Festival on Saturday 19 May 2018.

Last but not least, you will find the Eurimages team in pavilion 108 of the International Village for the whole length of the Film Market.