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5.24.2014

PRODUCTION JOURNAL: Un Certain Regard 2014 with trailers, reviews & sales history (as of 5.23.14)


UN CERTAIN REGARD 2014

Un Certain Regard 2014 presented in competition 20 films hailing from 23 different countries. Seven of the works were first films. The Opening film was Party Girl by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis.

Under the presidency of Pablo Trapero (director - Argentina), the Jury was comprised of Peter Becker (president of The Criterion Collection - USA), Maria Bonnevie (actress - Norway/Sweden), Géraldine Pailhas (actress - France), Moussa Touré (director - Sénégal). 
The Jury was honored and delighted to have been able to view over ten days so many excellent films testifying to the diversity and vitality of filmmaking in the world today. They were also impressed by the vision and originality of the works presented.

PRIZE OF UN CERTAIN REGARD
FEHÉR ISTEN / WHITE GOD
 by Kornél Mundruczó (trailer) (review)

JURY PRIZE
TURIST
*/ FORCE MAJEURE by Ruben Östlund (trailer) (review)
UN CERTAIN REGARD SPECIAL PRIZE
THE SALT OF THE EARTH by Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado 
(trailer) (review)
  • Rights still available. Le Pacte is handling international sales.
  • "This Cannes Un Certain Regard selection is a shoo-in for distribution by high-end boutique distributors in the culture capitals of the world, and both general and non-fiction festivals will want to have this Salt on their timetables as well." ~~ The Hollywood Reporter  
  • "Starting on August 28, Officine UBU will distribute across Italy new documentary by Wim Wenders, The Salt of the Earth [+], made together with Juliano Ribeiro Salgado and presented yesterday in its global premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, in the Un Certain Regard section." ~~Cineuropa
ENSEMBLE PRIZE
PARTY GIRL by MarieAmachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis (trailer) (review

PRIZE OF THE BEST ACTOR
DAVID GULPILIL in CHARLIE’S COUNTRY by Rolf de Heer (trailer) (review)

* needs to be translated to English.

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