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25 February 2019 à 17:52
UniFrance celebrates its 70th anniversary during the Fête du Court métrage
All around France and abroad, short films are out in force on the occasion of the 3rd Fête du Court métrage, during which 389 "UniFrance sessions" will be programmed in France and 11 other countries.
Fans of the short format, be they in France or elsewhere, will not miss under any circumstances the third edition of the Fête du Court Métrage from March 13 through 19, 2019. The event devoted to works of short duration (no less than 190 titles this year) will take place throughout France, but also abroad in forty countries, including Germany, Russia, Greece, the United States, Turkey, Japan, the Congo, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Austria.
This annual and now unmissable event will be an occasion for UniFrance to present a special 70th anniversary program with works that left their mark on a period and revealed new talents:
- 1996 – Le Torero hallucinogène by Stéphane Clavier – Fiction – 4 mins
- 2013 – Women's Letters by Augusto Zanovello – Animation – 11 mins
- 1987 – Noodles by Marilyne Canto – Fiction – 7 mins
- 2012 – Tram by Michaela Pavlatova – Animation – 7 mins
- 1998 – Un jour by Marie Paccou – Animation – 4 mins
- 1992 – Ménage by Pierre Salvadori – Fiction – 12 mins
- 1985 – Blind Race by Bernard Nauer – Fiction – 9 mins
- 2002 – Les Baisers des autres by Carine Tardieu – Fiction – 13 mins
- 1991 – Hammam by Florence Miailhe – Animation – 8 mins
No less than 389 UniFrance sessions will be organized around the world, and UniFrance is thrilled to show the excellence of French film production through a selection that illustrates the diversity and effervescence of French creations. Apart from France, Guadeloupe and Réunion, the program will be seen in 11 pays: Armenia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Honduras, Kenya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Vietnam.
Latest update : 28 February 2019 à 17:52 CET