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Focus & Homages / Lucile Hadzihalilovic

Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s first film is a relentless antidote against any Paris cliché á la Amélie Poulain. With an asphyxiating use of scope and sharp editing, the story of little Mimi and her anguished days in her uncle’s apartment is a horror story (ogre included) that anticipates the ruthless Stations of the Cross the European welfare society was already going through; a shipwreck that would overflow any cosmetic portrayal by the turn of the century. FG

Friday 15 - 13:30 h
Village Caballito Room: 7 Tickets sold out

Thursday 21 - 22:15 h
MALBA Cine Tickets sold out

Other title/s: Mimi
Year: 1996
Format: 35mm
Color: Color
Minutes: 52


D, G, E: Lucile Hadzihalilovic F: Dominique Colin, Gaspar Noé 
DA: William Abello S: Benjamin Lecuyer M: Loic Da Silva, 
Philippe Mallier, John Milko, François Roy I: Sandra Sammartino, Denise Aron-Schropfer, Michel Trillot, Delphine Allange, Jacques Gallo


Wild Bunch. Esther Devos 
T +33 143 132 127 

Lucile Hadzihalilovic Francia

She was born in Lyon, France in 1961. She studied film at the Institute of Film Studies in Paris and worked as an editor of feature films and documentaries. She became the first woman to win the annual award Bronze Horse for best film for his film Innocence (2004) at the International Film Festival Stockholm. Previously she directed La bouche de Jean-Pierre (1996). Both films are screened at this Bafici’s Focus on her work.

27 de April de 2016

380 mil personas vivieron [18] bafici

Durante 11 días y en 27 sedes, la ciudad se vistió de cine con una notable respuesta del público.

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24 de April de 2016

Surprises revealed

find here which are the surprise films that bafici programmed for today at village recoleta: there are tickets available for all screenings.

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24 de April de 2016

A super sunday at terraza of cc recoleta

enjoy a free three-part program at cc recoleta: shorts from the “hacelo corto” fest, wallace & gromit and michael jackson.

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