The third annual edition of the Festival will run from March 13 through March 19, 2019 and will offer participating organisations a presentation of several short films that were made for the Paris Opera’s 3e Scène.
On the programme:
- L’Entretien by Ugo Bienvenu and Félix de Givry – First screening
- Les Indes galantes by Clément Cogitore – Audience Prize at the Clermont-Ferrand Festival 2018 and nominated for Best Short Film at the 2019 Césars
- De la joie dans ce combat by Jean-Gabriel Périot
- Opéra Duet by Guillaume Delaperriere
- Vers le silence by Jean-Stéphane Bron
- Vibrato by Sébastien Laudenbach
- Médée by Mickael Buch
- Grand Hôtel Barbès by Ramzi Ben Sliman
- Nephtali by Glen Keane
To mark the occasion, a 3e Scène masterclass will be held on Sunday March 17 at 1:30 pm at the Maison de la Culture in Amiens, in the presence of Dimitri Krassoulia, producer of the Film Pelléas, Félix de Givry, co-director of L'Entretien, Ramzi Ben Sliman, director of Grand Hôtel Barbès and Alexandre Steiger, director of De longs discours dans vos cheveux.
A national event supported by the Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée (CNC), the Short Film Festival showcases the magic of the short film genre to the widest possible audience in France and abroad, in over 3,500 municipalities and 35 ambassador cities.
The Short Film Festival offers all types of organisations (cinemas, educational establishments, multimedia libraries, prisons, alternative institutions) a catalogue of short films which is available throughout the entire event. Film enthusiasts or first-timers, young audiences, and families can discover the short film genre through numerous screenings, workshops, lectures and masterclasses.