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  With THE GRADUATION, acclaimed filmmaker Claire Simon delves into the daily life of the Parisian film school, La Fémis, where the rigorous entry code can be best summed up as: "Everyone is equal, but only the best gets in..." Through the admission process, the blood, sweat and tears and finally the graduation exams, THE GRADUATION establishes a portrait of our relationship to excellence in Art and how every jury doubts and questions itself...

Renowned alumni from the school include Theo Angelopoulos, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Claire Denis, Arnaud Desplechin, Louis Malle, François Ozon and Alain Resnais.

THE GRADUATION launches as part of Bertha DocHouse's DocHouse Firsts strand on September 15th. The strand, launched in 2016, aims to create opportunities for audiences to see films which they otherwise may not have had a chance to experience on the big screen. In a place of culture where generations intermingle, how do professionals determine who gets in and who doesn't?
  Graeme Clark [22 Aug 2017 at 23:18]
     

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