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SEE IN PARIS - PARIS A SEE

1st SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL IN PARIS

Sunday 10 April 2011 by wbr

Honorary president of the festival : Yves Boisset,

President of the Festival : Jordan Plevnes,

Minister of culture of Montenegro : Branislav Micunovic,

President of the Jury : Max Azoulay.

Program

Tuesday, April 12 :

- 18.30 Literary night “SEE a Paris – Paris a SEE”
- Meeting between the French poets published in SEE and the poets from SEE published in Paris.

- Promotion of the book “The man in the heart of the world” by Jean Pierre Simeon, published in an edition of the Pleiades from the Struga Poetry Evening under the patronage of UNESCO. There shall be readings by Francis Combes, Maram Al Masri, Hughes Labrusse, Slave Gorgo Dimovski, Srba Ignjatovic, Nikolaj Stojanov.

- A special poetic recognition will be given to the great painter of the Balkans who lives in Paris, Omer Kalesi by Laure Cambau, Luan Rama and Gil Juanard.

- 20.00 Opening ceremony :
- Homage of Miki Manojlovic
- Honorary president of the festival Yves Boisset, President of the Festival Jordan Plevnes, Minister of culture of Montenegro Branislav Micunovic, President of the Jury Mr. Max Azoulay
- “TRIALS, TRIBULATIONS & SUSTAINABLE GROWTH OF A COCK”, documentary by Vladimir Perovic, Montenegro, 21 min. (out of competition)
- “CROSSING”, fiction by Selim Demirdelen, Turkey, 95 min.

Wednesday, April 13 :

- 18.00 : “MAGIC HILL”, documentary by Petar Dzurovski, Macedonia, 25 min. (out of competition) “ALBANIAN CHRONICLE”, fiction by Artan Minarolli, Albania, 90 min

- 20.00 “DANDELION”, short fiction by Igor Hristov, Bulgaria/Macedonia, 16 : 45 min. (out of competition) “72 DAYS”, fiction by Danilo Serbedzija, Croatia, 93 min.

Thursday, April 14 :

- 20.00 :
- “BENJAMIN”, documentary by Matija Vukasic, Croatia, 25 min. (out of competition)
- “MOTEL NANA”, fiction by Predrag Velinovic, Serbia, 92 min.

- 22.00 :
- “NEED A CRAFT FOR T’NIGHT”, documentary by Milorad Milic, Montenegro, 17 min. (out of competition) - “IF THE SEED DOESN’T DIE”, fiction by Sinisa Dragin, Romania, 113 min.

Friday, April 15 :

- 16.00 : Selection of animated, documentary and short feature films :
- “WARM NOVEMBER”, by Valentin Goshev, Bulgaria, 12 min.
- “THE FLY”, by Gospodin Nedelchev, Bulgaria, 9 min.
- “HOROSCOPE”, by Elkjana Gjipali, Albania, 10 min.
- “BLACKA< WHITE... AND COLOR", by Sergio Baiesu, Romania, 5 min.
- “A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH”, by Mehmet Basak, Turkey, 9 min
- “THE TRUE STORY ABOUT HANSEL AND GRETEL”, by Goce Cvetanovski, Macedonia, 12 min
- “STANKA GOES HOME”, by Maya Vitkova, Bulgaria, 15 min.
- “100 COFFEES”, by Kleidi Eski, Albania, 4 min
- “PASTA”, by Cunejt Bozkurt, Turkey, 14 min

- 18.00 :
- "ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS", byAndreas Siadimas, Greece 21 min.
- “DONKEYS OF THE BORDER”, fiction by Jeton Ahmetaj, Kosovo, 97 min

- 20.30 :
- Concert Zoran Madzirov The Bottleman
- “Balkano Nuevo”, Amfiteatre of ESRA Paris

Saturday, April 16 :

- 10.00 : Selection of animated, documentary and short fiction films :
- “FIRST DAY OF CLASSES”, by Dionis Papadhimitri, Albania, 12 min.
- “WHERE IS YOUR HEAD”, by Nenko Genov, Bulgaria, 7 min.
- “ID”, by Miroslav Jovic, Serbia, 8 min
- “PIGEON MAN”, by Konstantin Plevnes, Macedonia, 8 min
- “LISTENING TO ISTANBUL”, by Veysel Cihan Hizar, Turkey, 7 min
- “THE LIGHTOUSE”, by Vesislava Gospodinova, Bulgaria, 5 min
- “SHORT ANATOMY OF A MURDER”, by Sirin Erensoy, Turkey, 14 min
- “5 TIMES”, by Simeon Sokerov, Bulgaria, 10 min
- “MOMENT”, by Aysegul Okul, Turkey, 14 min.

- 11.30 :
- “KINOFIL”, documentary by Damir Janecek, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 95 min. (out of competition)

- 18.00 :
- “TOBACCO GIRL”, documentary by Biljana Garvanlieva, Macedonia, 30 min. (out of competition)
- “THE ABANDONED”, fiction by Adis Bakrac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 88 min


« ALBANIAN CHRONICAL »

LM de fiction par Artan Minarolli, Albanie, 90 min.

After fifty years under communist administration where religious freedom was banished by law, a small Albanian provincial town will undergo a religious rebirth ; however, Christians and muslims continue to peacfully coexistence.

Projection mercredi 13 avril à 18h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.

Pour plus d’information, lire également : "Chronique albanaise" d’Artan Minarolli et Ylljet Aliçka au cinéma "L’Entrepôt"


« HOROSCOPE »

court-métrage de Elkjana Gjipali, Albanie, 10 min.

Is our life really written in the stars ? So believe me, some don’t. But this time everything goes in a different way. Ina is waiting for the night of passion that horoscope told her. Vini is looking for his future wife. Drita thinks that she understands the language of stars. But in the end no one knows what will happened when the stars are going to shine in the sky that night.

Projection vendredi 15 avril à partir de 16h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.


« 100 COFFEES »

court-métrage de Kleidi Eski, Albanie, 4 min.

Projection vendredi 15 avril à partir de 16h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.


« DONKEYS OF THE BORDER »

LM de fiction par Jeton Ahmetaj, Kosovo, 97 min.

At the end of the 70’s, Kosovo served as a border between the Titoist Yugoslavia and Enver Hodja’s Albanian regime. One day, the donkey of the commissioner of the Albanian people crosses the border and joins the “revisionists”. Both sides are in uproar. While the Yugoslavs wonder whether the quadruped is a spy, the soldiers of "the Stalin of the Balkans" speculate whether the beast was kidnapped. As for the inhabitants of both countries, they are just as distressed.

Projection vendredi 15 avril à 18h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.


« FIRST DAY OF CLASSES »

court-métrage de Dionis Papadhimitri, Albanie, 12 min.

In a remote mountain village, Gjin, a 10 years old boy, like every other day, is out taking his goat to graze. Gjin is playing his favorite game : he throws paper airplanes in the air. In the village school, the annual meet­ing of the first day of classes has started.

Julian, the youngest teacher of the village, is for the first time part of this meeting. And since he is the youngest one, the director assigns him the duty of ringing the bell on the first day of classes. Julian goes out holding the bell to keep students lined up. An empty yard. However the director manages to find a solution; they will have to go and pick up students in their houses. What happened ?

Projection samedi 16 avril à partir de 10h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.


« GJINI »

court métrage de Korab Lecaj, Kosovo, 25 min. (hors compétition)

Seven years after the end of war in Kosovo, a man is released of prison i Serbia and returns home. The boy, who was born when the man was at prison, never saw his father. He doesn’t accept him like his father, he considers him like a stranger.

Boy’s mother tries hard to obey his son that “”the strange man” is his father. Since his mother is getting closed to “the strange man”, the boy tries to get away from home, getting lost in his childhood world. Projection dimanche 17 avril à 18h, au cinéma L’Entrepôt : 7, rue Francis de Pressensé - 75014 Paris.


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