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As announced previously, we are very excited about the selection of “La Vie Nous Appartient” in the competition program of the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival in Finland next week! The festival granted us 3 screenings, so mark your calenders, and make the trip – watch an amazing selection of films, or just swing by on your way to visit the northern lights! (more…)

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We are very proud to announce that “La Vie Nous Appartient” will be competing in FOUR more festivals all around the world coming up this November and December – in the Czech Republic, Armenia, Finland, and the United States!! We will provide more details as they arrive; in the meantime, please follow the links below:

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Last week, director and producers set out to attend a screening of “La Vie Nous Appartient” at the Children and Youths Film Festival in Zlín, in the Czech Republic. We arrived on the opening night of the festival greeted by fireworks, immediately making us feel welcome. (more…)

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This week our two actors, the director and part of our team, visited the rainy, but picturesque Spanish town of Gijón, to present “La Vie Nous Appartient” to an attentive festival audience. This was the first screening of our film, so we were naturally very nervous about how it would be received. Here is the link to the press conference at Gijón, held to announce the World Première that night: LVNA press conference

To our amazement, the response both of the adult, as well as the young audience, was astounding! Both large venues were packed, with reactions during and after the film exceeding all our expectations. We were especially humbled by the large teen audience at the impressive Teatro de la Laboral, which grilled us with great questions at the 2! hour Q & A session after the film.

Florent signing autographs after the Q & A in Gijón

The première at Gijón was also the first time that our protagonists Alix and Florent saw the film in its entirety, and it was especially important to us that we create something that they can be proud of, deserving of the great talents that they are. So our immense indebtedness goes to them, as well as the entire crew, and our public and private supporters, for making this film possible.

While another great French film, “La Cité Rose”, won the “Enfant Terribles” section that we competed in – congratulations! – we are grateful to the Gijón International Film Festival for providing us this opportunity to present our film in such a rewarding and welcoming environment, alongside such a great selection of films. Thank you for the memorable experience!

Our wonderful actors at the Gijón Festival gala

Our wonderful actors at the Gijón Festival gala

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