Paris Cinema Festival, Stay Cool for Only 5 Euros Per Film, July 3 to 13
Not sure what Paris weather will be like in the first 2 weeks of July yet if it's warm and sticky as in our New York area lately, plopping yourself down in the (hopefully) comfy seat of an air conditioned movie theater sounds like a plan.
That was reason number 3.
Reason number 2 is the price, only 5 Euros Per Screening.
Reason number 1 is the rich and varied program of the Paris Cinema Festival...
Let me mention just one part, the international COMPETITION, the festival offers a competition of 8 feature-length films short-listed from over 1100 films coming from all over the world. Accompanied by their authors, the films are running for four prices.
Mexico, 35mm, Spanish with French subtitles, 1h13 / 2nd Film
LE BRAQUEUR (THE ROBBER - DER RÄUBER) by Benjamin Heisenberg
Austria, 35mm, German with French subtitles, 1h36 / 2nd film
CLEVELAND CONTRE WALL STREET (CLEVELAND VS WALL STREET) by Jean-Stéphane Bron
Switzerland - France, 35mm, vostf, 1h38 /
IF I WANT TO WHISTLE, I WHISTLE (EU CAND VREAU SA FLUIER, FLUIER) by Florin Serban
Romania - Sweden, 35mm, vosta et vostf, 1h34 / 1st film
MUNDANE HISTORY (JAO NOK KRAJOK) by Anocha Suwichakornpong
Thaïland, 35mm, vosta & vostf, 1h22 / 1er film
LA RIVIÈRE TUMEN (DOOMAN RIVER) by Zhang Lu
South Korea - France, 35mm, vostf, 1h29
SAWAKO DECIDES (KAWA NO SOKO KARA KONNICHI WA) by Yuya Ishii
Japan, 35mm, vosta, 1h52
SWEET LITTLE LIES (SUITO RITORU RAIZU) by Hitoshi Yazaki
Japan, 35mm, vosta & vostf, 1h57
As for Premieres, they add up to 40 Films, a number of them prize winners at Cannes 2010.
International feel is on at Paris Cinema Festival, July 3 to July 13, 2010.