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Last week, La Vie Nous Appartient screened at the 24th China Golden Rooster Film Festival taking place in Jilin this year. Director Alex K. Lee visited the festival and brought back some snapshots – impressions from the exquisit opening ceremony to encounters with audiences: (more…)

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We are proud to announce that LA VIE NOUS APPARTIENT will compete in the Official Selection of the SOCIAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL, taking place on July 4-12 in Vico Equense, on the Sorrento coast, near Naples, ITALY. The film will be shown alongside a great selection of movies, including winners and competitors of Cannes, Berlin, Sundance, Venice, Karlovy Vary, etc. (more…)

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We are proud to announce that LA VIE NOUS APPARTIENT was selected for the 2015 Max Ophüls Preis in Saarbrücken, Germany, close to the French border. Max Ophüls Preis is one of the most important festivals for German-speaking cinema, so it’s a great opportunity for us! Since we already premiered in 2013, we were not able to participate in the competition program, but we will be presented in the “Spektrum” section of the festival, showing a selection of films which stood out among the over 250 submissions. Please find screening times & info links below. (more…)

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We are proud to announce that “La Vie Nous Appartient” will screen at the 54th International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlín! The movie was selected for the International Competition of European Debut Films, out of a record number of 3000 entries. Around 95000 people attended the festival last year, so it’s definitely worth a visit. (more…)

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“La Vie Nous Appartient” will be shown at the Vittorio Veneto Film Festival in Italy, taking place April 8-13! It will compete in the VISENTIN (ages 17-24) and +ALTI (above age 25) sections of the competition, among a total of just 12 films. We’ll pass on the exact screening dates as soon as they are officially announced.

Find more info here: Vittorio Veneto Film Festival

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