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Films du Poisson at the 35th Haifa International Film Festival

Four selected films and series

The Middleman, a series directed by Shira Geffen and Etgar Keret, with: Mathieu Amalric, Eddy Mitchell, Nicole Shirer

Best Script Award - Festival de la fiction - La Rochelle.

Olivier, a homeless real estate agent who gets legal consulting from his Goldfish, discovers that he can travel in time. Will he be able to change his  past, and even more importantly, will his past  be able to change the painfully intricate & lonely present he finds himself trapped in ? David Lynch meets Charlie Chaplin in a mini series that takes a humorous peek into the darkest corners of our subconscious.


Unremember (Deslembro), by Flavia Castro, with Jeanne Boudier, Sara Antunes, Eliane Giardini

2018 Venice Film Festival - Orizzonti

Joana, teenager, feeds her soul with literature and rock. In 1979, when amnesty is granted in Brazil, she lives with her family in Paris. Overnight and against Joana's will, she moves back to the country she barely remembers. In the early 1980s, in Rio de Janeiro, the city she was born in, and where her father was forcedly disappeared, she recovers pieces of memory from a fragmented childhood. Not everything is real, not everything is imagination. And as she remembers, Joana is able to write her own story in the present tense.


Particles, by Blaise Harrison, with Thomas Daloz, Nea Lüders, Salvatore Ferro, Léo Couilfort.

Directors' Fortnight 2019 Cannes Film Festival

At the foot of the Jura Mountains, P.A., aged 17, and his gang of friends are in their last year at high school. 400 feet below ground, the Large Hadron Collider enables scientists to discover previously unknown particles. As the area slips into wintertime, P.A. starts to realize the world around him is on the move. He starts seeing things glow, abnormalities in the landscape, tiny alterations in a familiar ecosystem.


The Passion of Anna Magnani, by Enrico Cerasuolo

Cannes Festival 2019 Official Selection - Cannes Classics

Who can forget Anna Magnani's face when she fell in “Rome, Open City”? Magnificent and ordinary, comic and tragic, this hugely talented actress, symbol of neorealism, has revolutionized the way women were portrayed in movies. As volcanic on stage and in life, she has impressed Hollywood and was the first Italian to win an Oscar. Based on an unseen and private archival material, from the collections of the Institute Luce and the RAI, to extracts of tv shows, interviews with the greatest stars of the time, and of course some of her outstanding films, this documentary plunges us into the golden age of Italian cinema. And retraces the career of an exceptional actress, who has marked the history of cinema.


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