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3 CONTINENTS CAFÉ

Bar & Restaurant

Every day, « Maman est là ! » will be serving their traditional dishes, made from fresh local products

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Starter + main course or main course + dessert : 10 €
Starter+ main course + dessert : 12 €
Apéritif Plate (traditional or Argentine) : 10 €

The bar will be open every day until 2am, from breakfast until the end of the evening, including afternoon tea !

3 Continents bookshop

A bookshop corner devoted to the programme and subjects raised by the films, as well as authors present during the festival, will be open for the whole period of the Festival.

Open every day from 9.30am to 8pm. 
In collaboration with the « Lise & moi » bookshop.

 

 

BOOK SIGNING SESSIONS

THURSDAY 23 at 5.30pm IN THE 3 CONTINENTS CAFÉ
Pierre Rissient will sign his book Mister Everywhere, with a preface by Clint Eastwood and Bertrand Tavernier. Talent spotter, pathfinder, producer, distributer and filmmaker, Pierre Rissient is a bridge between the giants of the great period of Hollywood and the acknowledgement of filmmakers such as Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino, Francis Ford Coppola, King Hu or Lino Brocka.
He will be present at the Festival des 3 Continents in particular to present the films of the Shin Sang-ok retrospective.

FRIDAY 24 at 6pm IN THE 3 CONTINENTS CAFÉ
Nicolas Azalbert, cinema critic and filmmaker, will sign his book L’Argentine malgré tout, inspired by the photographs of Eduardo Carrera and conceived to establish a previously unseen dialogue between text and photographs. A book developed in relation to the photographs on exhibition in the 3 Continents Café.

MONDAY 27 at 6.30pm  IN THE 3 CONTINENTS CAFÉ
Book signing session with João Pedro Rodrigues and Colombe Schneck, members of the jury of the 39th edition of the Festival des 3 Continents.

photo exhibition

Nobody has forgotten the images of violence during the Argentine dictatorship (1976-83)… The work of Eduardo Carrera is in opposition to this archetypal representation , preferring to go looking for signs of this violence in abandoned landscapes and in portraits of distraught individuals. But in each photo resides a form of beauty and hope, which characterises both the approach of Eduardo Carrera and the people of Argentina, gathered around the same and single preoccupation : remain defiant in the face of the past so as to live life intensely in the present.

In collaboration with WARM, cultural publishing and engineering / warm-ed.fr

 


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