The Panorama of the European Film is gearing up for its 14th edition, which is scheduled to take place November 17- 26, 2021, by showcasing some of the latest award-winning feature and documentary films as well as cinematic landmarks and classics from all over Europe. This year’s program was recently announced, and it comprises a total of 16 films from GFF’s 5th edition.
The Main Narrative Features section will screen; Another World by Stéphane Brizé, Compartment No. 6 by Juho Kuosmanen, and The Worst Person in the World by Joachim Trier. The three films were part of GFF’s Feature Narrative Competition. In addition to Paris 13th District by Jacques Audiard and I’m Your Man by Maria Schrader from the festival’s Official Selection out of Competition.
The Emerging Directors section will include Clara Sola by Nathalie Álvarez Mesén and Playground by Laura Wandel from GFF’s Feature Narrative Competition, as well as Happening by Audrey Diwan, which screened as part of GFF’s Official Selection out of Competition.
From GFF’s Feature Documentary Competition; Life of Ivanna by Renato Borrayo Serranoand recipient of El Gouna Golden Star for Documentary Film, Silence of the Tides by Pieter-Rim de Kroon and This Rain Will Never Stop by Alina Gorlova were selected to screen in the Panorama’s Documentary section.
This year the Panorama of European Film will also dedicate its retrospective exhibition to screen some of the notable works of director Krzysztof Kieślowski including the Three Colors Trilogy, A Short Film About Killing and The Double Life of Veronique, which were part of GFF’s Special Presentations section this year.
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