CHELSEA, N.Y., Oct. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 5th Annual Edition of Chelsea Film Festival proudly presents the Second Annual 'FRENCH CARIBBEAN MOVIE' Program at AMC Loews 34th St. in New York City on Friday, October 20th at 6pm. This program is presented in partnership with the Martinique Promotion Bureau/CMT USA and the French Ministry of Overseas.
From October 19th to 22nd 2017, this fifth edition of the Chelsea Film Festival will focus on "Climate Change". CFF is an international film festival, enlightening the work of emerging filmmakers, producers, and actors. It offers a wide range of films, such as shorts, documentaries, and feature-length pieces. It empowers the work of risk-taking storytellers and remains committed to its mission to discover and develop independent artists and audiences around the world. This year, Chelsea Film Festival will feature 90 films from 26 different countries.
CFF cares passionately about engaging in advancing the arts in a vibrant community like Chelsea and is proud to have an international film festival in one of the most reputable areas in the US.
The Second Annual 'FRENCH CARIBBEAN MOVIE' Program includes:
FRACTURES by Harry Roselmack
85 min | Drama | France | 2017
VÌRÉ by Hugo Rousselin
19 min | Drama | Martinique, France | 2016
PLANE by Jonas Dinal
19 min | Drama | France | 2017
SELF by C'drick Fremont
8 min | Drama | Guadeloupe, France | 2017
CROSSING AWAY (PASSAGERS) by Christophe Agelan
22 min | Drama | Martinique, France | 2017
THE SMELL OF DEATH: AN INTRUDER IN PARADISE by Cariba Party
20 min | Documentary | Martinique, France | 2017
WHERE IS THE MALE by Teddy Albert
7 min | Comedy, Drama | Martinique | 2017
"Martinique is an Island blessed with natural wonders, majestic sceneries and a rich culture to cite only a few," said Muriel Wiltord Director Americas of the Martinique Promotion Bureau. "The Island is also a land of talents where people have marked history such as Aimé Césaire in politics and literature, Eugène Mona in music and Euzhan Palcy in cinema. Now we are glad to support the CFF which gives the chance to the new generation of French Caribbean directors to share their work with the world."
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SOURCE Martinique Promotion Bureau