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Laurent Achard

Filmmaker

Laurent Achard made his first short film Qu'en savent les morts ? in 1992. He followed this with Dimanche ou les fantômes (1994) and Une Odeur de Géranium (1997), both of which won awards at the Clermont-Ferrand Festival. In 1998 he directed his first feature, Plus qu'hier, moins que demain which won the Grand Prix at Entrevues, then made another short, La Peur, Petit chasseur (2004), selected for the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes and nominated for a César. In 2006 he made The Last of Crazy People, which won an award at Locarno and the Prix Jean-Vigo. Last Screening was selected at Entrevues in 2011. His latest films Un, parfois deux, à propos du cinéma de Paul Vecchiali in 2016 and Brisseau, 251 rue Marcadet in 2018 were made for the collection Cinema of our time.

News

  • We’re happy to reveal the 36th edition poster, which will focus on Mad Love !

  • The director of Policeman, The Kindergarten Teacher, Synonyms (Golden Bear in Berlin in 2019) and Ahed's knee (selected in this year’s Cannes official competition), will share with the audience his passion and take on cinema: full retrospective of his movies, meetings with his artistic collaborators, carte blanche.

  • The submissions for the 36th competition of Entrevues - Belfort International Film Festival, are now open, until July 31st.

    We look forward to see your films! 

     

     

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    Despite the cancellation of the 35th edition, we have decided to carry on with the 2020 edition with a winners’ list, as the prizes are necessary for the acknowledgement, the career of young filmmakers. 

  • The Net Found Footage programme will be partly screened on the streaming platform Tënk, for 8 weeks, starting on November 20th.

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    Despite the cancellation of its 35th edition and thanks to the commitment of its partners, Entrevues has decided to carry on with its post production support to help as much as possible the filmmakers during this period so uncertain for the whole sector.

     

     

     

  • We carry on with the International Competition and the members of the jury will work together to provide the 2020 edition with a winners’ list, as the prizes are necessary for the acknowledgement, the career of young filmmakers.