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Twelfth St. Barth Film Festival Starts April 25

One of the most anticipated events on the island is the annual Film Festival, which takes place this year April 25-30. As always, this year's line-up of films is sure to captivate the audience. Four feature films, two shorts in 35 mm and several video screenings make up this year's program. Ellen Lampert-Gréaux, co-founder of the festival, has also invited many of the films' directors to present their films and answer questions from the audience. The films are projected on the large white wall at the A.J.O.E. tennis courts in Lorient, where non-alcoholic drinks, popcorn, T-shirts and baseball caps can be purchased. Admission is 5 € per night or five nights for 25 €. All films are either in French or have French subtitles. All films are shown at A.J.O.E. in Lorient unless otherwise noted.

Wednesday, April 25 at 8:00 pm

Saudade Do Futuro by César Paes and Marie-Clémence Paes

90 minutes, Brazil, 2001, 35mm

Portuguese with French subtitles

This film depicts Sao Paulo as seen through the eyes of a group from northern Brazil who move to the city in search of work and a better life. 

Thursday, April 26 at 8:00 pm

Rolling Family by Pablo Trapero

103 minutes, Argentina, 2004, 35mm

Spanish with French subtitles

A humorous movie that follows the road trip of an 84-year-old grandmother who has been invited to be the matron of honor at a wedding. Her entire family accompanies her and sets out in an old camping car to make the voyage. 

Friday, April 27 at 8:00 pm

Il était une fois- Sasha et Désiré by Cécile Vernant

25 minutes, Martinique/France, 2006, 35mm

This short film is the story of a love affair between Sasha and Désiré. Presented as a flashback, Sasha relates the story of their meeting in France in the 1930s to her great grandchildren in Martinique. 

35th Anniversary: The Harder They Come by Perry Henzell

98 minutes, Jamaica, 1972, 35 mm

English with French subtitles

Shown at the first Film Festival in 1996, this ever popular film is being presented again to pay homage to Perry Henzell, who passed away in December 2006 and to celebrate its 35th anniversary. The film tells the story of a boy (Jimmy Cliff) who moved to Kingston to try to fulfill his dreams of becoming a singer. We all know how that ended! 

Saturday, April 28 at 3:00 pm at the Capitainerie, Gustavia

Port-au-Prince, ma ville by Rigoberto Lopez and Frantz Voltaire

52 minutes, documentary, Haïti

This film is part of a special Traveling Showcase of Caribbean Cinema organized in conjunction with UNESCO. A roundtable on Caribbean Cinema will also be conducted. 

Saturday, April 28 at 8:00 pm

Pan's Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro

112 minutes, Spain/US/Mexico, 2006, 35mm

No one under 12 years old admitted

Spanish with French subtitles

This horror/fantasy film premiered at the Cannes film festival in 2006 and, subsequently, won three Academy Awards for Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction and Best Make-up. 

Sunday, April 29 at 7:00 pm at the Capitainerie, Gustavia

Lanmou a bois (A Passion For Wood) by Janluk Stanislas

15 minutes, documentary, Guadeloupe, 2006, video

A short film about woodworkers from Pointe Noire, Guadeloupe.

De mémoire d'anciens (Memories of Our Past) by Victoire Theismann

52 minutes

World premiere of a documentary about the history of St Barth as seen through the memories of its elders, from secret travel to St Thomas to working in the salt flats to the modernization of the island.

Monday, April 30 at 8:00 pm

Adolfo de Sofi Delaage by Sofi Delaage

43 minutes, France/Cuba, 2005, 35mm

Spanish with French subtitles

Adolfo is a taxi driver in Havana whose car is always in need of repair. The film is the story of a man torn between the wish to leave his native Cuba and the love he has for his tumultuous country.


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