The director of New Zealand for La “piano Lesson” (1993) Jane Campion was, until this year, the only woman to win the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. It took 28 years to see France’s Julia Ducornu, in turn, win this award with the film Titanium.
profession Gene Campion However, it is not limited to this one movie from which one of the legendary scenes was shot nearby from Auckland to me Caricature. The director is a living icon, celebrated in her home country and in the rest of the world. It is evident from the award received this week during Thirteenth Light AwardOn the occasion of Eid Light Leon 2021, which rewards his entire career.
Recently acclaimed in show from VeniceAnd She also won the Silver Lion for Best Director for her latest film “dog power”. A westerner taps into the beauty of New Zealand’s landscape on the big screen. A movie you can also enjoy New Zealand International Film Festival (as “Titanium”).
“Cinema has given me my life and I am amazed that it has affected women so much. Coming to Lyon, where cinema was invented, is like coming to Bethlehem. Thank you Lyon, thank you for your welcome: you love cinema as I love it.”
A statement that will not go unnoticed at the Temple of Cinema although the movie will also be available Netflix… Which offers another way to visualize cinema. The debate has been revitalized in New ZealandChoosing the festival NZIFF Not being able to view their selection online. Decision pending by the hour or by the population from Auckland And other parts of the country do not have the opportunity to go to theaters and therefore watch these films.
It was also the first edition of festival a light Without much regret Bertrand Taverner, the famous Lyonnais filmmaker and longtime president of Institute a lightUnfortunately, he passed away this year. We invite you to watch or re-watch his documentary, A journey through French cinema Currently available at new Zealand On site “On demanddu French Film Festival.
See you soon and long live cinema!
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