L E   F I F A
L E   F I F A
Jane Campion, the Cinema Woman

Canadian Premiere

Jane Campion, the Cinema Woman

Julie Bertuccelli

France | 2022 | 1 h 40 min
French, English |
Subtitles: French
Jane Campion, the trailblazing filmmaker and the first woman to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes, for The Piano, is the subject of a new documentary. Director Julie Bertuccelli explores Campion’s unique place in cinema as a visually stunning and iconoclastic director. A subtle portraitist of human souls and women, Campion is a mix of whimsy, impertinence, and mystery. The film provides an intimate look into Campion’s journey as a filmmaker and in life, through her own charismatic storytelling. Get ready to be inspired by this master storyteller’s simple, playful, and impactful journey to success.
Overview of some festivals:
Festival de Cannes, France (2022)
Film Festival Hamburg, Germany (2022)
Rome Film Fest, Italy (2022)
Ghent Film Fest, Belgium (2022)
Morelia, Mexico (2022)
Director Julie Bertuccelli
Production Estelle Fialon
documentalist Véronique Nowak
Editing Laure Gardette, Svetlana Vaynblat
Sound editing Olivier Goinard
Music Olivier Goinard

In Partnership with


• Théâtre Outremont
Friday, march 17, 2023, 08:00 p.m. — 10:00 p.m.


Julie Bertuccelli

Julie Bertuccelli

Born in 1968. After studies in Philosophy, Julie Bertuccelli began her career, serving as assistant to Krzysztof Kie lowski, Otar Iosseliani, Bertrand Tavernier, Rithy Panh, Emmanuel Finkiel, Pierre Étaix, Christian de Chalonge, René Féret, Jean-Louis Bertuccelli and others, before embarking on documentary-making studies at Ateliers Varan in 1993. It was thereafter that she shot her first documentary Un métier comme un autre, followed by Une liberté! (1994), La fabrique des juges (1997), Bienvenue au grand magasin (1999), Un monde en fusion (2006), Otar Iosseliani, le merle siffleur (2006, coll. Cinéma de notre temps), Le mystère Glasberg (2008) and a portrait of Antoinette Fouque (coll. Empreintes). Julie Bertuccelli co-directs the Direction Department at the Cinéma School La Fémis and heading also the freshly-inaugurated La Cinémathèque du documentaire, which she initiated when has presided LaScam, French-speaking author’s society for documentary authors, since June 2017, as the first woman elected to the function in 2013. She also created the Golden Eyes, best documentary Prize at Cannes Festival with La SCAM.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Other films:
Claire Darling (2019)
Cosmos (2016)
School of Babel (2014)
Otar Left (2002)
Antoine Fouque, qu’est ce qu’une femme ? (2008)

In the same session

Théâtre Outremont

Friday, march 17, 2023, 08:00 p.m.

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