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THE WINTER EVENT OF THE GRAN PARADISO FILM FESTIVAL CONQUERS THE ITALIAN AUDIENCE AND IN FEBRUARY A NEW FILM TRILOGY WILL BE ONLINE

Over 2100 views in just 30 hours for the online film-event proposed by the Gran Paradiso Film Festival in December and 563 views for the exclusive interview with the directors Anne and Erik Lapied with more than 16,000 interactions on the social networks. A great success which brought people from all over the country to Aosta Valley.

In this particular winter season, Fondation Grand Paradis proposed in fact the film “Le Temps d’une Vie“: spectacular shots and amazing stories of the Gran Paradiso National Park wild fauna, showing to the audience the exceptional images of the “Gran Paradiso Ambassadors”, Anne and Erik Lapied, the two French directors who have chosen to live for a long period of the year in Tignet in Valsavarenche.

“Nous sommes heureux du succès de cet événement qui a permis la diffusion de notre nouveau film à un public privé d’aller se ressourcer dans la montagne.” – commentano i due cineasti – “Ceci nous conforte dans notre rôle d’ambassadeur, dont la mission est de transmettre les mêmes valeurs de conservation que le GPFF, avec lequel nous collaborons depuis longtemps. La réussite de cette diffusion prouve l’intérêt du public pour ces films et nous gageons que la sélection du prochain festival saura vous emmener parmi les plus beaux écosystèmes du monde.”

From February 25 to 28 a new online event will propose a trilogy of films of Anne and Erik Lapied, all shot in the heart of the Gran Paradiso National Park:

“Mille et une Traces” is the passionate search of mountain animal species, showing their capability of adapting to severe environmental conditions; “Le bel Opportuniste” moves discreetly in the footsteps of the fox in the heart of the Alps., “Voyage au bout de l’Hiver” is the story of an exceptional winter season in Aosta Valley, where the two directors find themselves in a village buried by snow.

Further information on the event will be available on the website: www.gpff.it.

 

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