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ClermontFF2019 Lobo Mauro, director of Mais Triste que Chuva num Recreio de Colégio

Can you explain your choice of title? Is it a Brazilian saying? It’s not a Brazilian saying. There’s a sentence in a book called Os Cus de Judas (“The Land at the End of the World”), by António Lobo Antunes, a Portuguese writer, which says “triste (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Veljko Popovic, director of Biciklisti

Interview with Veljko Popovic, director of the beautiful, hypnotic and playful Biciklisti. Can you tell us about cycling season? I’m assuming it’s a real event! The spirit of the local people in my hometown is entangled with sports. It can be (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Thomas Elley, director of Bølger [Open Spaces]

Interview with Thomas Elley, director of the cryptic and unsettling Bølger [Open Spaces] in the international competition. I assume Open Spaces [the English title] refers to the filming location. Can you tell us a bit more about this place and (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Swatted by Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis

Interview with the French filmmaker Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis about his short film Swatted selected as part of the 2019 Lab Competition (L1 programme). A video directed by the students of the ARFIS École, in collaboration with the Brasserie du (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Last Year When The Train Passed by Pang-Chuang Huang

Interview with Taiwanese filmmaker Pang-Chuan Huang around his short film "Last Year When the Train Passed by" selected as part of the 2019 Lab Competition (L5 programme). A video directed by the students of the ARFIS École in collaboration with (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Destete by Ines Gowland

Argentin filmmaker Inés Gowland talks about her short film "Destete" selected as part of the 2019 International Competition (I4 programme). A video directed by the students of the ARFIS École in collaboration with La Brasserie du Court / (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Cadoul de Craciun / The Christmas Gift

On the 20th of December, 1989, a few days after Ceausescu’s bloody repression in Timisoara, a father’s quiet evening turns to sheer ordeal as he finds out that his little son has mailed a wish letter to Santa. As the kid understood, his father’s (...)

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ClermontFF2019 Turbine by Alex Boya

Interview in French by the Brasserie du Court team with filming from ARFIS students. Serait-il correct de voir dans votre film une analogie avec l’impact des nouvelles technologies qui ont tendance à s’immiscer considérablement dans nos vies, au (...)

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Short of the Week: 6 Miles Out - One Day in the Life of Gaza Fishermen

This week’s film was one of the highlights of the 2018 edition of the Bristol Palestine Film Festival. 6 Miles Out is a short doc offering an intimate and authentic encounter with a group of fishermen in Gaza as they set out at dawn and follows (...)

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Deptford double-bill from the London Migration Film Festival

Revenir by David Fedele and Kumut Imesh Revenir is an immensely valuable film. Now living in France, Kumut Imesh, a refugee from the Ivory Coast, teams up with filmmaker David Fedele to retrace his journey through African and into Europe. With (...)

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