French Films you won't see elsewhere featured at SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York

The SR Socially Relevant (™) Film Festival New York is delighted to have the

French participation for its fourth edition that takes place March 13-19.

Four film directors, Adnane Tragha, Hassan Hamza, Julie Gourdin and Brigitte Gauthier, two lead actors, Adlene Chenine and Lisa Cavazinni and one Cinematographer, David Jouary, are especially attending from Paris to present the screening of their films, that you are highly unlikely to see elsewhere... 

There are all excellent pieces, some have won awards, and some are going to... So don't miss out on the fun. 

 

WHERE: Cinépolis Chelsea

(260 West 23rd Street, between 7th and 8th avenues)

600 Euros (France)

During the French presidential campaign in the spring of 2012 and in a climate characterized by the rise of the extreme right, some, like Marco, move away from politics and no longer vote. Both disappointed by politicians and mired in financial problems, Marco gradually turns his back on our society. Approaching forty, he takes stock of his life and realizes that he has not achieved his goals.

Talent Attending: Director Adnane Tragha, Lisa Cavazinni, Adlene Chenine, David Jouary

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/167755528

 

600 euros will be preceded by the short film:

Immigration Sans Issue (France)

An anonymous man, who seems to be of immigrant descent, wanders alone in the streets of Paris. Sometimes, he scribbled few words on a notepad. A voice is heard in the background in the form of a Slam poem, revealing the life of the man; his experiences, motivations, his failures and his only goal in life.

Talent Attending: Director Hassan Hamza

Trailer: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x59yljj_immigration-sans-issue_shortfilms

WHEN: Thursday, March 16

9:15 pm - 11:30 pm

 

AND DO NOT MISS OUR PROGRAMS OF SHORTS and other films:

Veil of Silence (France)

Short film screening as part of Program of shorts II: Women Preyed

It is 1968 and Marianne is 19. She is placed in a home far from her family and friends where she meets other young girls whose common secret has shaken the foundations of their social standing.

Talent attending: Director Julie Gourdain.


WHEN: Thursday, March 16

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

AND MORE SHORT FILMS:

Le Grand Bain - Home Swim Home (France)

She is a former swimming champion and will end up giving swimming lessons to residents…without a swimming pool.

Directed by Valérie Leroy.

Le Grand Bain will be screened in conjunction with a US documentary on women surfers: It ain’t Pretty, directed by Dayla Soul

WHEN: Friday, March 17

5:30 pm - 7:15 pm

 

Playground (France)

animation short film

Bruno loves Delphine very much… Delphine loves Jerome very much… Jerome stares at Marjorie… Marjorie doesn’t love her father.

Directed by Francis Gavelle and Claire Inguimberty.

WHEN: Friday, March 17

9:15 pm 

Trailer:http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5ac1i2_cour-de-recre-playground_shortfilms

Playground, will be screened in conjunction with the Narrative feature Destiny - a Chinese film on Autism directed by Wei Zhang who will be in attendance.

 

For more information visit the festival website: www.ratedsrfilms.org

The Official Trailer of SRFF 2017

Press Contact: Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi (929) 228 7663 clairespanish@hotmail.com

 

For information on community outreach and group rates, contact: Lucie Tripon,

(347) 429 1750, lucie.tripon@gmail.com

Tickets: www.SRFF2017.eventbrite.com


SRFF 2017 Official Trailer - 60sec version by sr-socially-relevant-film-festival-new-york

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