Festival Paris Cinéma

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The Festival Paris Cinéma is one of the most recent French movie festivals, started in 2003. It is held annually in July. It was launched in 2003 after the municipal government withdrew funding for Festival du Film de Paris.[1]

2003 Edition[edit]

  • Tribute to Terry Gilliam
  • Eliseo Subiela retrospective
  • Post Cannes: "Shara" (Naomi Kawase), "Uzak" (Nuri Bilge Ceylan), "Les Egares" (Andre Techine)
  • "Qui a tué Bambi?", directed by Gilles Marchand
  • Michelangelo Antonioni retrospective
  • Tribute to Leslie Cheung
  • Docus Dements: "Lost in La Mancha" (Fulton/Pepe), "Comandante" (Oliver Stone), "Soy Cuba" (Mikhail Kalatozov)

Films in Competition 2005[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff report (October 15, 2002). Fest rivalry brewing in Paris. The Hollywood Reporter

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