Friday, December 25, 2015

News on the 38th Clermont-Ferrard Intrenational Short Film Festival

A publication of Sauve qui peut le court métrage
Presentation of the National Jury 2016
Just before the holidays, we can now unveil the National Jury of this 38th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival. Here they are:

5 artists from a wide variety of backgrounds will bring their experience to the festival from February 5 to 13. They will be viewing the 57 films in the National Competition.

Leyla Bouzid, Franco-Tunisian writer-director whose latest feature À peine j’ouvre les yeux was released in cinemas this past Wednesday.

Guillaume Brac, director of the short film Un monde sans femmes and the first feature Tonnerre, released in 2014. That same year, during the festival, he directed acting students from the Clermont-Ferrand conservatory as part of the Atelier.

Émilie Brisavoine, young director whose remarkable first documentary feature, Pauline s’arrache, has been much talked about since its French cinema release this past Wednesday.

Philippe Faucon, talented writer-director who just received the Louis-Delluc Prize for his magnificent feature film Fatima.

Dom La Nena, the youngest member of this jury, this Franco-Brazilian virtuoso singer-composer will offer us her eyes (and ears)!

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