Around 60 classics from all over the word

The particularity of the festival’s programming is to combine major classics and works which are rarely screened, including in their own countries, and many have never adventured out of their native land.

This year’s theme was be based around “Laughter”, and more specifically different types of laughter, as comedy is different in each country, each culture and each era.

The festival will open with Charlie Chaplin’s The Circus to celebrate 100 years since Chaplin created his character, the Tramp.

It was the perfect opportunity to celebrate other kings of comedy famous in their native countries such as Mat Sentul (Singapore), George Wallace (Australia), Kenichi Enomoto (Japan), Dolphy (Philippines)…

• 6 screenings per day during 9 days
• Films screened in 35 mm (dual 35 mm projectors) and digital format outside DCP (Betanum…)
• Each film is presented to the audience by a speaker

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Adventures of Tobisuke Enoken (1949 )

by Nobuo Nakagawa (Japan)

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

by Frank Capra (USA)

Before Rising Up the Rank - Zereg nemehiin omno (1965)

by Lodongiin Tudev (Mongolia)

Boat (The) (1923)

by Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton (USA)

Bringing up Baby (1938)

by Howard Hawks (USA)

Casino Royale (1967)

by Val Guest, Kenneth Hughes, John Huston, Joseph McGrath & Robert Parrish (USA)

Circus (The) (1928)

by Charlie Chaplin (USA)

Confidentially Yours Vivement dimanche ! (1983)

by François Truffaut (France)

Contract (The) Mai shen qi (1979)

by Michael Hui (Hong Kong)

Divorce Italian Style Divorzio All’Italiana (1961)

by Pietro Germi (Italy)

Dr Strangelove Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)

by Stanley Kubrick (USA)

Donkey Skin Peau d’âne (1970)

by Jacques Demy (France)

Duck Soup (1934)

by Leo McCarey (USA)

Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks (The)
Neobychainye priklyucheniya Mistera Vesta vstrane bolshevikov (1924)

by Lev Kuleshov (Russia)

Flying Deuces (The) (1939)

by A. Edward Sutherland (USA)

Funny Bones (1995)

by Peter Chelsom (USA)

General (The) (1927)

by Buster Keaton & Clyde Bruckman (USA)

Girl Is a Gun (A) Une aventure de Billy le Kid (1971)

by Luc Moullet (France)

Good Morning Ohayô

by Yasujirô Ozu (Japan)

Great Love (The) Le Grand amour (1969)

by Pierre Etaix (France)

Happiness Schastye (1934)

by Aleksandre Medvedkine (Russia)

Happy Anniversary Heureux anniversaire (1962)

by Pierre Etaix (France)

Hyperbolae of Youth Chungchun ssanggoksun (1956)

by Han Hyung-mo (South Corea)

I'm all right Jack (1959)

by John Boulting (Great Britain)

James Band 007 (1980)

by Chai Nimitrchotinai (Thailand)

James Batman (1966)

by Artemio Marquez (Philippines)

Khmer After Angkor Orn Euy Srey Orn (1971)

by Ly Bun Yim (Cambodia)

Ladies Man (The) (1961)

by Jerry Lewis (USA)

Ladykillers (The) (1955)

by Alexander Mackendrick (Great-Britain)

Leningrad Cowboys Go America (1989)

by Aki Kaurismäki (Finland)

Let George Do It (1938)

by Ken G. Hall (Australia)

Lost in La Mancha (2002)

by Keith Fulton & Louis Pepe (Great Britain)

Lovers Like Us Le Sauvage (1975)

by Jean-Paul Rappeneau (France)

Mat Bond (1967)

by M. Amin & Mat Sentul (Malaysia / Singapore)

Modesty Blaise (1966)

by Joseph Losey (Great Britain)

Monsieur Gangster Les Tontons flingueurs (1963)

by Georges Lautner (France)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

by Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones (Great Britain)

My Uncle Mon Oncle (1958)

by Jacques Tati (France)

Naga Bonar (1987)

by Mourtadha T. Risyaf (Indonesia)

One Week (1920)

by Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton (USA)

Orioles Banished from the Flowers
Hua Wai Liu Ying (1947)

by Fang Peilin (China)

Party (The) (1968)

by Blake Edwards (USA)

Play House (The) (1921)

by Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton (USA)

PlayTime (1967)

by Jacques Tati (France)

Romance of a Fruit Peddler Laogong zhi Aiqing (1922)

by Zhang Shichuan (China)

Safety Last (1923)

by Fred C. Newmeyer & Sam Taylor (USA)

Some like it hot (1959)

by Billy Wilder (USA)

Sugar is not sweet Nam Tan Mai Wan (1965)

by Rattana Pestonji (Thailand)

Tender are the Feet Ché Phawa Daw Nu Nu (1972)

by Maung Wunna (Myanmar)

They're a Weird Mob (1966)

by Michael Powell (Australia)

What's Up, Doc? (1972)

by Peter Bogdanovich (USA)

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988)

by Pedro Almodóvar (Spain)

Xala (1975)

by Ousmane Sembene (Senegal)