1994 • 20th edition

From 2nd to 11th Sep­tem­ber 1994.
Jack Nichol­son, to whom the Fes­ti­val paid trib­ute, can­celled his trip to Deauville at the last minute. Amongst the oth­ers hon­oured, Van John­son was present, as was James Woods, who came with his moth­er, rapid­ly adopt­ed as a mas­cot by the Fes­ti­val pub­lic! Amongst the wide vari­ety of films pre­viewed were Robert Zemeck­is’s For­rest Gump, James Gray’s Lit­tle Odessa and Chuck Rus­sell’s The Mask. In cel­e­bra­tion of the 50th Anniver­sary of the D‑Day Land­ings, the Fes­ti­val staged a ret­ro­spec­tive enti­tled “Cin­e­ma at Arms: Hol­ly­wood dur­ing the Sec­ond World War” and a pro­gram of war films, “Hol­ly­wood ‘44”.

Affiche de la 20e édition du Festival du Cinéma Américain de Deauville

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