L'Atelier 2013

For L’Atelier’s 9th edition, 15 projects from 14 countries have been selected. Since its creation in 2005, L’Atelier has been stimulating creative filmmaking and encouraging the emergence of a new generation of filmmakers. By inviting directors and their producers to meet hundreds of potential partners during the Festival de Cannes, L’Atelier offers its participants access to international co-production, thereby maximizing their chances of completing their projects. So far, out of 126 projects presented over the last eight years, 83 have been completed and 29 are currently in pre-production.


Niles Attalah


Ciao Ciao

Song Chuan


Out/In the Streets

Jasmina Metwaly and Philip Rizk



Yared Zeleke


Je ne suis pas un salaud

Emmanuel Finkiel


Stage Fright

Yorgos Zois



Manjeet Singh


Holy Air

Shady Srour


The House on Fin Street

Amir Manor


Sworn Virgin

Laura Bispuri


Me, Myself and Murdoch

Yahya Alabdallah

Jordan / Palestine

Days of Cannibalism

Teboho Joscha Edkins

South Africa

Memories of the Wind

Özcan Alper


Road Kill

Yuichi Hibi


The Heirs

Jorge Hernández Aldana


From May 17 to 23, L’Atelier will arrange meetings with the directors for film industry professionals interested in investing in their projects.

The Livre des Projets and the meeting request forms will be available online at the beginning of April on

The professionals willing to meet the directors and their producers will then be able to request a meeting and consult online a selection of our directors’ previous works.

CONTACT : Nicolas Rouilleault

L’ATELIER, Festival de Cannes / 3, rue Amélie, 75007 Paris

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