Cannes' Thierry Frémaux to talk about 'the future of festivals' at Rome Film Fest

Screen | 9/17/2018 | Ben Dalton
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Thierry Frémaux, general delegate of the Cannes Film Festival, is set to talk about the role and evolution of film festivals as part of the Rome Flm Fest’s Close Encounters strand in October.

Rome Film Fest, which takes place from October 18th-28th, has also added a talk with Cate Blanchett, where she will speak about her career as well as her social and environmental initiatives.

Sessions - Author - Jonathan - Safran - Foer

Further sessions include novelist and author Jonathan Safran Foer on the relationship between literature and cinema; and Iranian photographer and video-artist Shirin Neshat, who won a Silver Lion for best director at the Venice film festival for Women Without Men in 2009.

Previously announced participants...
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