Société Civile Des Éditeurs de Langue FrançaiseSpecial screenings
The SCELF (Public Company of French Language Publishers) is a copyright collecting agency created by publishers in 1960 to collect and distribute the royalties generated by the various forms of adaptations of the books they had published. The SCELF acts as an intermediary between the main author societies (SACD, SCAM, SACEM), to collect the rights, and all the French publishers, to redistribute them.
Screening about literary adaptation and formal freedom in cinema, in the presence of the directors and of writer Jean-Louis Schefer.
Two film directors and a writer are in Portugal for an expedition through various images, moments from the history of Western allegorical representation. The writer is Jean-Louis Schefer,...En savoir +