Two of the three feature films co-produced by France in the Official Competition are majority-French productions: Little Vampire, directed by Joann Sfar, whose film The Rabbi's cat was presented at Annecy in 2011 and whose offering this year is another screen adaptation of his comic books. Rémi Chayé also returns to Annecy with Calamity, after presenting his debut feature Long Way North in 2015, which won the Audience Award.
In the short film sections, it is worth highlighting that four of the seven VR works presented are French productions, including Saturnism, the latest offering from Mihai Grecu, whose film The Reflection of Power traveled widely on the international film festival circuit and earned a Special Mention from the Jury at Annecy in 2016.
As is the case each year, and despite the highly unusual circumstances in which this year's festival is held, UniFrance will have a strong presence at the event in order to accompany the screening of French films, particularly at the MIFA (Animation Film Market). In this way, UniFrance will be working to enhance the visibility of all of the French productions showcased at this year's festival.
Feature Films - Official Competition
Short Films - Competition
Short Films - Graduation Film Competition
Short Films - Competition for TV Films and Commissions
Short Films - Young Audiences Competition
Short Films - VR Competition
The complete program for the Annecy International Animation Film Festival can be found on the festival's official website.
Latest update : 15 June 2020 à 09:29 CEST