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The 60th San Sebastian Festival will dedicate a retrospective to Georges Franju


French filmmaker Georges Franju is to be the subject of one the retrospectives programmed for the 60th San Sebastian Festival to take place from 21-29 September 2012.

Georges Franju (12-4-1912 / 5-11-1987) was an enormously influential figure in French film culture. In 1936 he founded the Cinémathèque Française with Henri Langlois. His career as a director began in 1949 with documentaries, a field to which he contributed some of the greatest titles ever in the genre. His early works - Le Sang des bêtes, Hôtel des Invalides and En passant par la Lorraine – already demonstrated his particular talent for filming reality from unexpected angles, a trait leading in these testimonial films to a sensitivity akin to surrealism and expressionism.

Franju’s obsession with putting his finger on the inexpressible poetry of things through his lens stayed with him as he moved on to feature films with La Tête contre les murs (Head Against the Wall,1958), followed by Les Yeux sans visage (Eyes Without a Face,1959), considered to be a masterpiece of fantasy film. His fascination with popular culture, with the feuilleton soap-operas and silent film serials, is clearly visible in movies like Pleins feux sur l’assassin (1960), Judex (1963) and Nuits rouges (1974), true exercises in style striving to recover the innocence of those old narrations of intrigue and mystery in an obvious vindication of film as visual, narrative pleasure. But Franju was also known for his skilful adaptations of classic literary works on which he unfailingly left his personal stamp: François Mauriac (Thérèse Desqueyroux / Therese, 1962), Émile Zola (La faute de l’Abbé Mouret / The Demise of Father Mouret, 1970), Joseph Conrad (La Ligne d’ombre, 1973) and Jean Cocteau (Thomas l’imposteur / Thomas the Imposter, 1964). Today unjustly forgotten, Franju’s work enjoyed great critical acclaim in its time and earned him the admiration of the young filmmakers of the nouvelle vague.

The cycle programmed by the San Sebastian Festival will permit us to recover Franju’s films, precisely in the year he would have turned 100.

To celebrate this cycle, co-produced with the Filmoteca Española, a book will also be published, coordinated by Quim Casas and Ana Cristina Iriarte.





FILMS IN THE CYCLE

(Provisional programme)

Short films

LE SANG DES BÊTES (1949)
Today Franju’s first work as a director is considered to be an essential title in the history of documentary films. A look at life in a Paris slaughterhouse turns into a cruel, eye-opening experience thanks to what Franju called “my attraction to the unusual and poetic realism”.

EN PASSANT PAR LA LORRAINE (1950)
This Government-commissioned documentary was intended to reflect the modernisation of French industry. However, in Franju’s hands it became an ode to fire and a fascinating portrayal of industrial architecture.

HÔTEL DES INVALIDES (1952)
Franju always said that, of all his documentaries, this was the one he liked best. This French Government commission to demonstrate life in a hospital for war veterans metamorphosed into a brutal critique of militarism denouncing the horrors of war.

LE GRAND MÉLIÈS (1952)
In this documentary, Franju pays tribute to a figure for whom he always had great admiration: the filmmaker and father of fantasy film, Georges Méliès. A look at the figure and work of a unique artist evoked by his wife.

LES POUSSIÈRES (1953)
A scientific documentary about the effects of industrial waste on human beings brought to us by Franju with his personal poetic touch.

NAVIGATION MARCHANDE ATLANTIQUE (1954)
A documentary financed by a shipping line to advertise its modern cruise ships. Despite being a commission leaving Franju less freedom than usual, his influence is obvious in the rather unusual features he uses to present the vessel.

À PROPOS D’UNE RIVIÈRE (1955)
A lyrical evocation of times past and a reflection on the inevitable passing of time through the recollections of an old fisherman.

MON CHIEN (1955)
Once again in this documentary Franju depicts a distressing scenario, another of those corners of society hidden from everyday eyes: the tale of an abandoned dog finally taken to the pound, where a sad fate awaits it.

MONSIEUR ET MADAME CURIE (1956)
A tribute to the scientists who led the way in radioactivity studies. Franju uses documentary reconstruction with actors to demonstrate the methods of the Curie husband and wife team and the precarious conditions in which they went about their far-reaching research.

LE THÉÂTRE NATIONAL POPULAIRE (1956)
Documentary on the Popular National Theatre, an important experimental centre formerly directed by Jean Vilar. Franju combines films of plays with documentary images, creating connections and confrontations between theatre and the real world.

SUR LE PONT D’AVIGNON (1956)
A documentary on the city of Avignon improvised by Franju in ten days, the interval he had to wait while shooting Le Théâtre National Populaire.

NOTRE-DAME, CATHÉDRALE DE PARIS (1957)
The Ministry of Fine Arts commissioned Franju to make a film on the famous Parisian cathedral. In view of the filmmaker’s well-known background, he was instructed: “Only to film the cathedral. No priests, no masses. Only the architecture”. The film, shot in Cinemascope, turned out to be a delightful ode to the beauty of the building.

LA PREMIÈRE NUIT (1958)
Franju makes his first inroads to fictional cinema with this short film, an updated take on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice represented in the story of a child lost in a modern underground hell: the Paris Metro.

LES RIDEAUX BLANCS (1965)
With a script by Marguerite Duras and music by Georges Delerue, this short focusses on the relationship between an old lady with amnesia and an illiterate child used once again by Franju to explore subjects like time and the memory.

MARCEL ALLAIN (1966)
A portrait of feuilleton author, Marcel Allain, creator of one of Franju’s favourite heroes: Fantômas.



Feature films

LA TÊTE CONTRE LES MURS (Head Against the Wall) (1958)
Franju’s feature film debut, following his experience as a documentary-maker, is an acerbic movie taking a similarly critical look at institutions. Based on a novel by Hervé Bazin, the film constitutes a disturbing reflection on madness and how it is treated viewed through the experience of a young boy forcefully committed to a psychiatric hospital.

LES YEUX SANS VISAGE (Eyes Without a Face) (1959)
Crime novel writers Boileau and Narcejac adapted a macabre tale by Jean Redon for Franju. The plot describes the experiments of a brilliant surgeon who kills women to remove the skin from their faces and graft it onto his daughter, badly disfigured in an accident. Possibly the most popular film in Franju’s filmography and undoubtedly one of his masterpieces; a cult title in the history of fantasy movies where horror and poetry walk hand-in-hand.

PLEINS FEUX SUR L’ASSASSIN (1960)
The second collaboration between Franju and novelists Boileau and Narcejac resulted in a delicious homage to classic crime fiction, plain old entertainment with all of the typical genre ingredients: a big house in the country, a hidden fortune, greedy heirs, a missing dead body and the odd crime. All wrapped in a sound and light show where nothing is what it seems to be.

THÉRÈSE DESQUEYROUX (Therese) (1962)
Franju took to the screen the excellent book of the same name by François Mauriac, adapted to film by the author’s son, Claude. Set in a small provincial town, the movie revolves around Thérèse, a young girl married to a man she doesn’t love who is driven by her stifling life in a boring, repressive environment to take desperate measures. The film earned its starring lady, Emmanuelle Riva, the Volpi Cup for Best Actress at the Venice Festival.

JUDEX (1963)
Franju wanted to pay tribute to the work of the master of silent film, Louis Fusillade, with this remake of one of the popular serials that made him famous. Fusillade’s grandson, Jacques Champreux, wrote the script for a film recovering the innocence and beauty of the feuilleton, a world packed with villains, crimes and abductions, beautiful women, disguises, tricks and all sorts of marvellous situations.

THOMAS L’IMPOSTEUR (THOMAS THE IMPOSTER) (1964)
Adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s novel on which Franju once again worked with Emmanuelle Riva as the leading lady. Set in the First World War, the film focusses on the friendship between an aristocratic woman who organises a convoy to evacuate wounded from the front and a 16 year-old boy who claims to be a famous general’s son. The cast also featured Cocteau’s fetish actor, Jean Marais, and the singer Charles Aznavour.

LA FAUTE DE L’ABBÉ MOURET (The Demise of Father Mouret) (1970)
Franju once again adapts a classic of French literature, this time by Émile Zola. Here the moviemaker takes an anti-clerical novel to the screen, removing absolutely nothing of the fury and aggressiveness from its message. A suffocating, claustrophobic tale about a priest in a country town who loses his memory in a fall. As he is nursed back to health by a beautiful young girl, the priest falls in love with her... not remembering who he is or his religious duties.

LA LIGNE D’OMBRE (1973)
A TV film by Franju based on Joseph Conrad’s homonymous novel, a masterpiece of seafaring literature. Defined by Franju himself as “a film of inaction”, this initiation tale (partly based on Conrad’s own experience) describes the adventures of a young captain on his first sea voyage on a ship afflicted with malaria and, as he says, enchanted by the spirit of the former captain.

NUITS ROUGES (1974)
Franju and the screenwriter Jacques Champreux created a mini TV series in old serial format, entitled L’Homme sans visage, while shooting this complementary film conceived for cinemas. A return to the universe of silent film master Louis Feuillade, described thus by Franju: “A film entered like the traditional fiestas to which you’d better take your innocence if you don’t want to be disappointed”.


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Le film d'ouverture: Arbitrage, un énième thriller wall street avec Susan Sarandon, Richard Gere et Laetitia Casta.

Mais ouais les grosses exclus d'hollywood grunt, mais ouais.

Bon j'espère au moins que vous aurez Bayona et Lu Chuan.


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Donc au moins la certitude que tu n'as pas vu Arbitrage.
Pour le reste- jamais parlé de "grosses exclus" mais de jolis coups, pas la même chose- ben attends deux ou trois jours (a priori pas mal de premières européennes de choses en World premiere à Toronto, ça devient un peu la norme...).


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Et pour Lu Chuan, c'est non. Mais pour de bonnes raisons...


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T'as pas aimé donc? Ton avis sur City of life and death?


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"Argo", Ben Affleck’s latest film, will be screened out of competition in the Official Section at the San Sebastián Festival

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The 60th San Sebastián International Film Festival will be screening Argo, a thriller directed by and starring Ben Affleck, out of competition in its Official Section.

Argo is based on real events that took place during the Iranian revolution in 1979, when the US embassy in Teheran was stormed by revolutionaries and 52 American citizens were taken hostage. However, six of them managed to escape and take refuge at the Canadian ambassador’s home. The CIA has to get them home without the Iranian authorities knowing what’s going on, so they need to organise a secret high-risk operation. Agent Toni Mendez devises a plan fraught with danger to get them out safely, an incredible idea that could only work out in a film. The events described in the film were concealed from public opinion for decades.

Argo is Affleck’s third film as a director, after Gone Baby, Gone and The Town, and is produced by Affleck himself, the actor and director George Clooney and Grant Heslov. Apart from Affleck, the cast also includes John Goodman and Alan Arkin, who won an Oscar for best supporting actor for Little Miss Sunshine.

Argo, that will be going out on general release in Spain on the 26th of October, 2012, is a Warner Bros. Pictures production, in association with GK Films and Smoke House Pictures. It will be distributed all over the world by Warner Bros. Pictures, of Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Ben Affleck, Alan Arkin and John Goodman will be attending the screening of Argo in San Sebastián.


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Franju wanted to pay tribute to the work of the master of silent film, Louis Fusillade

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La prog "hispanique" (oui, je sais le Castellito est italien, mais avec Penelope Cruz).
Rien que pour Biancanieves et le Rebollo, ça vaut le coup d'oeil.

Some important directors on the national film scene will be coming together once again with up-and-coming Spanish filmmakers at the San Sebastián Film Festival. The programme in the Official Selection for the 60th San Sebastián Film Festival will include four Spanish films that will be competing for the Golden Shell and another two out of competition. Three Spanish films will also be competing in the New Directors section for the Kutxa-New Directors Award, while another five will be screened in the Zabaltegi Specials section.

EL ARTISTA Y LA MODELO (THE ARTIST AND THE MODEL) by Fernando Trueba
Fernando Trueba, one of the most prestigious filmmakers in Spain, has set his latest film somewhere in occupied France, not far from the Spanish border. An old renowned sculptor, tired of life and mankind’s folly, rediscovers the desire to work again and sculpt his last piece thanks to the arrival of a young Spanish woman who has escaped from a refugee camp. The film has an international cast headed by the veteran French actor Jean Rochefort, the Spanish actress Aida Folch and the Italian film star, Claudia Cardinale.


BLANCANIEVES (BLANCANIEVES) by Pablo Berger
The new film by Pablo Berger (Torremolinos 73) is an original vision of the popular fairy tale by the brothers Grimm, set in the 1920s in the south of Spain. A Snow White full of fantasy, adventures, emotion and humour. Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Inma Cuesta, Ángela Molina, Macarena García and Ramón Barea head the cast.


EL MUERTO Y SER FELIZ (THE DEAD MAN AND BEING HAPPY) by Javier Rebollo
Alter competing at the Festival in 2006 with his debut film, Lo que sé de Lola, and winning the Silver Shell for Best Director three years later with his second film, La mujer sin piano,Javier Rebollo is back in San Sebastián with his latest film. José Sacristán plays an aging, dry, affectionate and entertaining hit man, who goes on a 2000-kilometre-long darkly comic journey to nowhere.


VENUTO AL MONDO (TWICE BORN) by Sergio Castellitto
Penélope Cruz stars in the latest film by the Italian actor and director Sergio Castellitto. The actress plays Gemma, a woman who managed to escape from the awful siege of Sarajevo with her new-born son, but who lost her husband there, with whom she lived a great love story. Sixteen years later, she goes back to Sarajevo with her son so that he can visit the city where he was born and discover the father that he never knew.

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¡ATRACO! by Eduard Cortés
In his latest film, Eduard Cortés (La vida de nadie, The Pelayos) describes one of the craziest robberies in the history of crime. In 1955 Evita’s jewellery is pawned at a Spanish jeweller’s by General Perón’s assistants to pay his expenses in exile. However things don’t go as planned and some loyal Peronist agents will have to turn into impromptu thieves to recover them. Guillermo Francella, Nicolás Cabré, Amaia Salamanca, Oscar Jaenada, Daniel Fanego and Jordi Martínez head the cast.


THE IMPOSSIBLE by Juan Antonio Bayona
The second film by JuanAntonio Bayona (El orfanato / The Orphanage) is a drama starring Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts. It tells the story of a couple and their three children whose quiet holidays in Thailand turn into a nightmare when a huge tsunami engulfs the grounds of their hotel. They will now all have to fight for their very lives.




ANIMALS (ANIMALS) by Marçal Forés
Director Marçal Forés’s debut full-length film is a teenage love story, about sacrifice and the tragedy of two conflicting worlds, where the power of fantasy blurs its limits with reality... and in which death provides an end that is both tempting and inevitable.


CHAIKA (SEAGULL) de Miguel Ángel Jiménez
The second film by Miguel Ángel Jiménez (who already competed in 2009 at the Festival in the New Directors section with his debut film,Ori)tells the story of three homecomings: Ahysa’s return to the dusty steppes of Baikonur, Asylbek’s return to the remote Seit mountains, and Tursyn’s return home to face up to what is left of his family.


LOS INCREÍBLES (THE INCREDIBLES) by David Valero
Short-film maker David Valero’s debut film is a documentary that tells the story of three everyday heroes: Broken Wing, The Iron Lady and the Radioactive Woman: three people who suffer the adversities that life throws up and fight the most terrifying villains: death, lack of affection and loneliness.


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