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News2021-11-09T17:21:22+01:00

The polar, a multi-form genre

17 December 2021|

In a discussion moderated by Sebastiano Triulzi, Hervé Le Corre, Jérôme Loubry, Franck Thilliez, and Jean-Paul Vormus tackled French genre fiction and French fiction tout court.

The Black Panther goes to Drunken Birds

16 December 2021|

  The Canadian film Les oiseaux ivres – Drunken Birds, by Ivan Grbovic, takes home the award for Best Film, while a Special Mention goes to De uskyldige – The Innocents by Eskil Vogt. La terra dei figli – The Land of the Sons, by Claudio Cupellini, garners the Claudio Caligari Prize.

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A friendship packed with stories, large and small

14 December 2021|

Joining Noir remotely from London, Adrian Wootton held a masterclass on Graham Greene and John le Carré. In the second part of the talk, he presented the book by Richard Greene (no relation): Russian Roulette: The Life and Times of Graham Greene.

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A Brasher doubloon goes to Guillaume Musso

13 December 2021|

photo by Emanuele Scorcelletti The French author received the Raymond Chandler Award and presented his novel L’inconnue de la Seine, newly published in Italy by La nave di Teseo.

Noir meets up with Loriano Macchiavelli, master of the Italian giallo

13 December 2021|

  The tribute to French noir continues with a four-way conversation between the director of the Polars du Sud Festival in Toulouse, Jean-Paul Vormus, and the authors Hervé Le Corre, Jérôme Loubry, and Franck Thilliez. Noir’s international film competition wraps up with Drunken Birds. The Conversations series hosts authors Loriano Macchiavelli and Mariolina Venezia.

Descent into the Deep Web

12 December 2021|

  The program on Monday gets underway in the spirit of Noir’s poster this year: with an event built around the deep web. It continues with a masterclass on Graham Greene and John le Carré, while authors Alex Michaelides and Maurizio de Giovanni take the stage for our Conversation series. On the big screen, Monday’s two premieres are Golden Leopard winner Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash, and the French-made, Korean-set Vanishing.

Between Chandler and Carrisi…Voici la France!

11 December 2021|

  photo by Kris Dewitte Guillaume Musso is the winner of Noir in Festival’s. He meets fest audiences and fans tomorrow. The entire program for Sunday has that distinct Gallic touch, from the conversation with authors Hervé Le Corre and Jérôme Loubry to the eagerly awaited new film by Fabrice Du Welz, Inexorable.

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