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L'Atelier 2019 - Selection Project

L’Atelier 2019 – Project Selection

The Cinefondation’s Atelier hosts its fifteenth edition this year and will invite to the Festival de Cannes 15 directors whose projects have been considered particularly promising. Together with their producers, they will be able to meet potential partners, a necessary step to finish their project and start the making of their film. L’Atelier provides its participants access to international co-productions, thus accelerating the film’s completion.

The Cinefondation’s Atelier has been created in 2005 to stimulate creative filmmaking and encourage the emergence of a new generation of filmmakers. So far, out of 198 projects accompanied, 157 have been released in the theaters and 27 are currently in pre-production. For L’Atelier’s 15th edition, 15 projects from 15 countries have been selected, from the new director to the well-known filmmaker.

 

The Settlers by Felipe Galvez
Chile

Ode to Joy by Gabriel Tzafka
Denmark

Sinjar by Anna Bofarull
Spain

The Woodcutter Story by Mikko Myllylahti
Finland

Broadway by Christos Massalas
Greece

Over Time and Distance by Yotam Ben-David
Israel

Victoria Falls by Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese
Lesotho

The Women by The Maw Naing
Myanmar

Kangling by Fidel Devkota
Nepal

Wakhri by Iram Parveen Bilal
Pakistan

Rift in the Ice by Maja Miloš
Serbia

Nezouh by Soudade Kaadan
Syria

Victim by Michal Blaško
Slovakia

New Dawn Fades by Gürcan Keltek
Turkey

In Alaska by Jaap van Heusden
The Netherlands

 

From May 16 to 23, L’Atelier will arrange meetings with the directors for film industry professionals interested in investing in their projects.

Download the 2019 Livre des Projets

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