Legal Notices

Website publisher

Unifrance Film International

13, rue Henner – 75009 Paris – France

Association registered under the French Act of 1901: VAT FR03784359069

Telephone: +33 1 47 53 95 80

Fax: +33 1 47 05 96 55

email: contact@unifrance.org

 


 

Publication Director:

Isabelle Giordano

 


 

Editorial Board:

The staff at Unifrance Film International

 


 

Graphic Design/Ergonomics:

Upian

211, rue Saint Maur – 75010 – Paris – France

Telephone: +33 1 53 19 70 02 or +33 1 53 19 70 03

email: contact@upian.com

 


 

Technical Design:

Open Wide

23, rue Daviel – 75013 – Paris – France

Telephone: +33 1 42 68 28 00

Fax: +33 1 53 80 30 37

email: contact@openwide.fr

 


 

Hosted by:

Openwide Outsourcing

151, boulevard Stalingrad – 69100 – Villeurbanne – France

Telephone: +33 4 26 68 95 00

Fax: +33 4 26 68 95 01

 


 

Unifrance respects the recommendations of the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés), the French national data protection authority.

Database registered with the CNIL: n.1405640

In compliance with the French Data Protection Act Informatique et Libertés N° 78-17 of January 6, 1978, pertaining to information technology, data files, and civil liberties, any person has the right to obtain, access, modify, rectify, or delete information concerning them.

These rights may be exercised via a written request at the following address:

Multimedia Department

Unifrance Film International

13, rue Henner

75009 Paris

France

or via email at: contact@unifrance.org

 

Cookies

Users of the website unifrance.org are informed that when they access this website, information may be temporarily stored in memory or on their hard disk in order to optimize website navigation. Users of the website unifrance.org acknowledge having been informed of this practice and authorize its use by unifrance.org.

 

Internet Identity Theft

Article. 226-4-1: The act of stealing the identity of another party or making use of any data of any nature that permits the identification of this party with a view to disturbing the peace of this party or that of others, or which is damaging in any manner to these parties' honor or reputation, is punishable by a term of one year's imprisonment and a fine of €15,000. This offence is punishable by the same penalties if committed on online communication networks.

In compliance with the French Act N° 2011-267 of March 14, 2011 on Guidelines and Programming for the Performance of Homeland Security.