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Les Arcs European Film Festival 2013
20 December 2013
 
 
   
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The 5th edition of Les Arcs European Film Festival runs this year from 14 to 21 December at Les Arcs ski resort in France. As always, the Festival aims at promoting the diversity of the European film industry and hilighting the best films of the European continent.

During the Festiaval, the seven theatres of the resort will screen more than 70 feature and several short films all originating from European countries.

Two Balkan films participate this year in the Official Competition of the Program. Class Enemy by Rok Bicek from Slovenia and For Those Who Can Tell no Tales by Jasmila Zbanic from Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Class Enemy by Rok Bicek

Every year the Festival dedicates a focus to a “Guest of Honour” country in order to pay tribute to the diversity of its film-making art. The 2013 Focus event is dedicated to the Ex-Yugoslavian countries with a 14 films programme which highlights the countries΄ classical as well as contemporary generations of film-makers.

The films that will screen in the frames of the Focus event are the following ones

Armin by Ognjen Svilicic (Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany)

Bread and Milk by Jan Cvitkovic (Slovenia)
Cabaret Balkan by Goran Paskaljevic (Croatia, Serbia)

Clip by Maja Milos (Serbia)

Dad by Vladko Skafar (Slovenia)

I Even Met Happy Gypsies by Aleksandar Petrovic (Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)

I΄m from Titov Veles by Teona Strugar Mitevska (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)


No Man΄s Land by Danis Tanovic (Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belgium)

Punk΄s Not Dead by Vladimir Blazevski (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia)

Snow by Aida Begic (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

The Living and the Dead by Kristijan Milic (Croatia)

The Trap by Srdan Golubovic (Serbia, Hungary, Germany)

When Father was Away on Business by Emir Kusturica (Former Federal Rebublic of Yugoslavia)

No Man΄s Land by Danis Tanovic

In collaboration with Bref and Chalet Pointu, Les Arcs Film Festival also offers a selection of ten short films from the countries in focus this year, which will be edited in DVD in La Petite Collection by the French magazine. 

This year the Film and Debate section is structured around the film No Man΄s Land by Danis Tanovic, while the Femme de Cinema section, in partnership with Sisley, hounoured in its first edition Jasmila Zbanic for her film For Those Who Can Tell no Tales.
 
 
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  Armin
  Punk`s Not Dead
  The Trap
  When Father Was Away on Business
  Clip
  The Powder Keg (aka Cabaret Balkan)
  I Even Met Happy Gypsies
  No Man`s Land
  I Am From Titov Veles
  Snow
  Class Enemy
 
  Ognjen Svilicic
  Branko Schmidt
  Srdan Golubovic
  Emir Kusturica
  Maja Milos
  Vladimir Blazevski
  Goran Paskaljevic
  Aleksandar Petrovic
  Danis Tanovic
  Teona Strugar Mitevska
  Aida Begic
  Rok Bicek
 
 
 
 
 
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