Spotlight on French Cinema at the MIFF 2015 [fr]
Where: Miami, FL - various theaters throughout Miami.
The 32nd edition of the Miami International Film Festival presents Spotlight on French Cinema with 7 French films including LadyGrey by Alain Choquart, In the name of my daughter by André Téchiné, Love at first sight by Thomas Cailley, The price of fame by Xavier Beauvois, Weekends in Normandy by Anne Villacèque, award-winning film Saint Laurent by Bertrand Bonello, and Three Hearts by director Benoit Jacquot.
As part of MIFF’s Spotlight on French Cinema, Three Hearts will be screened in presence of its director, Benoit Jacquot, March 8 at the Regal Theater in South Beach.
Filmmaker Alain Choquart (LadyGrey) is also in attendance to MIFF’s 32nd edition.
He will be present at both screenings of LadyGrey (March 10 & 11) and will hold a masterclass entitled "Mastering Cinematography" at the Tower theater on March 11.
His career as a cinematographer spans over 30 years, having collaborated with Bertrand Tavernier on more than seven titles; he will be presenting LadyGrey, his debut feature as a director.
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MIFF’s program also features 13 French co-productions including documentary gems such as This is my land by French-Israeli filmmaker Tamara Erde, offering an inside look at what is taught iinside both the Jewish and the Arab classrooms, globe-trotting Oscar-nominated film The Salt of the Earth, co-directed by Wim Wenders and renowned photographer Sebastiao Salgado’s son, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado.
The festival also presents world premiere of francophone documentary Sweet Micky for President a Haitian co-production by Bob Patterson documenting the return of pop superstars Pras Michel and Wyclef Jean after the devastating earthquake of 2010 and their involvement in the presidential campaign.
Films will be screened in various theaters throughout Miami.
Check the schedule for full details on screenings and on special events.