European Premiere at 8th International Festival Signes de Nuit, Monday, March 29th

March 11, 2010

To Age or Not to Age is delighted to be chosen as the opening film for the 8th International Festival Signes de Nuit.  The film will be screened on Monday, March 29th, in the center of Paris at City Hall X. Arr. Mairie du Xe, Salle des Fêtes 72, rue de Fb Saint-Martin.

About the International Festival Signes de Nuit

“The International Festival Signes de Nuit based in Paris is comprised of films, which reflect new views, original imagery and a critical approach to the crucial points of the modern human existence. It is a place for cinema that expands its own boundaries, that is astonishing, different, potentially free from the pressure of tradition, ready to give itself to the unpredictable experiment.

Special artistic forms of these films, which combine music, image, movement, rhythm, text, space, lighting and time carry not only an aesthetic purpose, but also broaden the possibilities of communication and understanding between people within different international communities, with their mental, social and physiological phenomena. This is the responsibility of the modern cinema and audio-visual production.

This opposition and the preservation of the free cultural space is the goal of the International Festival Signes de Nuit, which has realized screenings and interventions in 23 different countries including Australia, Chile, Cuba, Lebanon, Lithuania, Japan, Peru, Russia, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States beside the screenings in main festival in Paris, which has shown in its last edition 2009 around 200 works coming from around 50 countries.”

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