24 September to 3 October 2021
All 2021 programme, updated in real time
Please note the following changes to the programme (on the paper programme only)
Sunday, September 26, at the Cinéma Voltaire:
The film "Crescendo" will be screened at 2:00 pm (instead of 4:00 pm).
The film "Le traducteur" will be screened at 4:00 pm (instead of 2:00 pm), with the confirmed presence of the director Anas KHALAF.
The film "Digger" scheduled at 9:00 pm has been moved to Wednesday, September 29, at 9:00 pm instead of "La leçon d’allemand". With the confirmed presence of the director Georgis GRIGORAKIS.
Wednesday, September 29, at the Cinéma Voltaire:
The film "La leçon d'allemand" scheduled at 9:00 pm has been moved to Sunday, September 26, at 9:00 pm instead of "Digger".
Presence confirmed for the following guests:
The director Ann SIROT of the film "Une vie démente" in Ferney-Voltaire on 25/09 and in St Genis Pouilly on 26/09.
The director Marie-Castille MENTION-SCHAAR of the film "A good man" in St Genis Pouilly on 25/09.
The directors Arab and Tarzan NASSER of the film "Gaza mon amour" in Ferney-Voltaire on 26/09.
The director Ismaël EL IRAKI of the film "Burning Casablanca" in Ferney-Voltaire on 28/09.
The director Hugo SOBELMAN of the film "Soul kids" in Ferney-Voltaire on 29/09.
The producer Sébastien CHEVAL of the film "Licu, une histoire roumaine" in Ferney-Voltaire on 29/09.
Guillaume BRIQUET for the film "Si le vent tombe" in Ferney-Voltaire on 29/09.
Michel AMARGER for the film "La nuit des rois" in Ferney-Voltaire on 1/10.
The director Rana KAZKAZ for the film "Le traducteur" in Gex on 2/10.
The director Nadir DENDOUNE for the film "Des figues en avril" in St Genis Pouilly on 3/10.
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