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announced the works competing in the 9th edition of IFF

Posted in Festival history - Ninth edition 2011

 28 movies in competition

The titles of the movies, competing in the ninth edition of the IFF were made official. The event taking place from the second to the ninth of July at Castello Aragonese attaches artistic acknowledgement to audiovisual works and professionals of this fields, that enhanced more Italian and international location. The contest is defined by 28 movies coming from the most distant and vital cinematographies (among these, Argentina, North Ireland, Georgia) promoting traditions, reality, landscapes, cultural identities of the different territories through the places of the shooting. The movies are divided into short sections, documentaries and denied locations, a group of works that, in order to improve the value of places tells about people and territories exploited by the contradiction of progress, wars and natural disasters.

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Section CONCORSO - Documentaries

Ageroland (Italia, 2011) by Carlotta Cerquetti
Awka Liwen
(Argentina, 2010) by Mariano Aiello and Kristina Hille
Dem Dikk
(Belgio, 2010) by Karine Birgé
Ha haturbina
(Israele, 2010) by Danny Verete
Indian Flow
(Italia, 2011)by Giuseppe Petruzzellis
Mbambu and the mountains of the moon
(Serbia, 2011) by Lucian Muntean and Natasa Muntean
Paradiso
(Irlanda del Nord, 2010) by Alessandro Negrini
Le salaire de le dette
(Francia, 2010) by Jean-Pierre Carlon
Terras (Brasile, 2010) by Maya Da-Rin
There once was an Island
(Nuova Zelanda/ Papa Nuova Guinea, 2010) by Brian March

Section CONCORSO – Short film

Aleph (Francia, 2010) by Yakup Girpan
Biondina (Italia, 2010) by Laura Bispuri
Face à la mer (Francia, 2010) by Oliver Loustau
Garagouz (Francia, 2011) by Abdenour Zahzah
Io sono qui (Italia, 2010) by Mario Piredda
Loose Change (Usa, 2011) by Philip Botti
Rimbò (Italia, 2010) by Andrea Canova
Tasnim (Israele, 2010) by Elite Zexer
Tchang (Spagna, 2010) by Gonzalo Visedo Núñez e Daniel Strömbeck
Tutto calcolato (Italia, 2011) by Alessio De Leonardis

Section CONCORSO – Location Negata

Al-Qarafa. The city of the dead (Irlanda/ Italia, 2010) by Alessandro Molatore
Aprilis Suskhi
(Georgia, 2010) by Tornike Bziava
Cuando Corres
(Spagna, 2010) by Mikel Rueda
Dècreyptage Banlieue
(Italia, 2010) by Luca Galassi
Hakerzy Wolnosci
(Polonia, 2010)by Marcin Gladych
Itaculo 2009
(Portogallo/ Mozambico, 2011) by Nuno Ventura Barbosa
Le White
(Italia, 2010) by Simona Risi
Zramim Ktuim (Svizzera/ Israele, 2010) by Alexandre Goetschmann e Guy Davidi

As soon as possible will be announced the sections Primo Piano e Scenari (both non competitive)

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