Joachim Trier til Cannes-juryen

Cannes kortfilmjury
Fotos: Cannes film festival

Den norske regissøren skal sitte i årets kortfilmjury i Cannes. Det er ingen ringere enn Abbas Kiarostami (Iran) som skal lede The 2014 Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury, og med seg har han regissørene Noémie LVOVSKY (Frankrike), Daniela THOMAS (Brasil), Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN (Chad) og Joachim TRIER (Norge).

De skal dele ut tre priser til filmer som er påmeldt fra filmstudenter over hele verden til den såkalte Cinéfondation Selection, som blir annonsert nærmere festivalen. Selve prisvinnerne vil bli annonsert torsdag 22. mai under avslutningsseremonien.

Om de andre regissørene i juryen skriver Cannes-festivalen følgende:


Abbas KIAROSTAMI, the Iranian director and screenwriter, is one of the greatest directors of contemporary cinema. After rising to international fame with Où est la maison de mon ami ? (1987), Abbas KIAROSTAMI has since presented a number of his films at the Festival de Cannes, including five in Competition: Through the Olive Trees (1994), Taste of Cherry (Palme d’or 1997), Ten (2002), Certified Copy (2010) and Like Someone in Love (2012).
He is also known for his photography work.
He has been interested in the Cinéfondation since its creation in 1998, when he agreed to be a patron of the project alongside Martin SCORSESE.

Noémie LVOVSKY
, the French director, screenwriter and actress, directed Oublie-moi in 1994, her first feature film, imbued with off-beat humour. She then directed Petites (1997), La Vie ne me fait pas peur (1999), Les Sentiments (2003) and wrote the screenplays for several films by Valeria BRUNI TEDESCHI, Arnaud DESPLECHIN and Philippe GARREL.
In 2012, she directed Camille redouble, which was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight and garnered 13 nominations for the César. It met with resounding public and critical acclaim.

Daniela THOMAS
, the Brazilian director and visual artist, is famed throughout the theatre world for her scenography.
In the cinema, she has worked in partnership with Walter SALLES on Terra Estrangeira (1997) and O Primeiro Dia (1998) and the pair also directed Linha de Passe, presented in Competition at the Festival de Cannes in 2008.

Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN, the Chadian director, took refuge in France, where he studies film and works as a journalist. His first film, Bye Bye Africa, reaped a prize in Venice while Abouna was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight in 2002. He rose to prominence as a director with Daratt, which garnered an award in Venice in 2006. A Screaming Man was presented in Competition at the Festival de Cannes in 2010, where it picked up the Jury Prize. In 2013, he was once again In Competition with Grigris.

Joachim Trier til Cannes-juryen

Cannes kortfilmjury
Fotos: Cannes film festival

Den norske regissøren skal sitte i årets kortfilmjury i Cannes. Det er ingen ringere enn Abbas Kiarostami (Iran) som skal lede The 2014 Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury, og med seg har han regissørene Noémie LVOVSKY (Frankrike), Daniela THOMAS (Brasil), Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN (Chad) og Joachim TRIER (Norge).

De skal dele ut tre priser til filmer som er påmeldt fra filmstudenter over hele verden til den såkalte Cinéfondation Selection, som blir annonsert nærmere festivalen. Selve prisvinnerne vil bli annonsert torsdag 22. mai under avslutningsseremonien.

Om de andre regissørene i juryen skriver Cannes-festivalen følgende:


Abbas KIAROSTAMI, the Iranian director and screenwriter, is one of the greatest directors of contemporary cinema. After rising to international fame with Où est la maison de mon ami ? (1987), Abbas KIAROSTAMI has since presented a number of his films at the Festival de Cannes, including five in Competition: Through the Olive Trees (1994), Taste of Cherry (Palme d’or 1997), Ten (2002), Certified Copy (2010) and Like Someone in Love (2012).
He is also known for his photography work.
He has been interested in the Cinéfondation since its creation in 1998, when he agreed to be a patron of the project alongside Martin SCORSESE.

Noémie LVOVSKY
, the French director, screenwriter and actress, directed Oublie-moi in 1994, her first feature film, imbued with off-beat humour. She then directed Petites (1997), La Vie ne me fait pas peur (1999), Les Sentiments (2003) and wrote the screenplays for several films by Valeria BRUNI TEDESCHI, Arnaud DESPLECHIN and Philippe GARREL.
In 2012, she directed Camille redouble, which was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight and garnered 13 nominations for the César. It met with resounding public and critical acclaim.

Daniela THOMAS
, the Brazilian director and visual artist, is famed throughout the theatre world for her scenography.
In the cinema, she has worked in partnership with Walter SALLES on Terra Estrangeira (1997) and O Primeiro Dia (1998) and the pair also directed Linha de Passe, presented in Competition at the Festival de Cannes in 2008.

Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN, the Chadian director, took refuge in France, where he studies film and works as a journalist. His first film, Bye Bye Africa, reaped a prize in Venice while Abouna was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight in 2002. He rose to prominence as a director with Daratt, which garnered an award in Venice in 2006. A Screaming Man was presented in Competition at the Festival de Cannes in 2010, where it picked up the Jury Prize. In 2013, he was once again In Competition with Grigris.

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