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Poster of the 20th edition

Sophie Labruyere

Clément Sautet

The point of very short films is that you can find big productions as well as small films made with a few bits and bobs… Sophie Labruyere, a director herself and a reporter of images, has chosen to turn the spotlight on these home made films on the poster she made for the 20th edition of Très Court. She knows the festival quite well: 

I have got it on with Très Court for a few years, on the side of the selection team, so when asked if I wanted to make the poster obviously I was very pleased to say "yes!"

I am a director, I like telling stories, arranging images, making them with paper bits and camera bots. In the process of creating the poster of this 20th edition, I involved Clément Sautet, a friend who is also a director and a photograph, in the adventure. I invite you to discover and follow his work here: https://www.instagram.com/clement_sautet/.

Find more about Sophie Labruyere and her work on LinkedIn and YouTube, especially the very nice report she made during the 19th edition of Très Court Festival in June 2017!

Registrations are open

Registration open
Here we are, you can now register until 
February 15th 2018 to participate to the 20th edition of the Très Court International Film Festival.

Registration forms and rules are available on line.

And don't forget, just one rule: don't exceed 4 minutes (including credits).

20th edition coming soon

Please be patient. Registrations for the 20th edition of Très Court International Film Festival will start by the end of the month... See homepage to subscribe to our newsletter in order not to miss the call for films!

 

The Festival itself will take place from June 1st to 10th, 2018, in all participating cities!

President Nicolas Boukhrief

Nicolas Boukhrief? Emmanuelle Jacobson-Roques
Radar Films / Pretty Pictures

Cofounder of Starfix magazine, producer and director Nicolas Boukhrief is a cinema enthusiast.
He has been working with Mathieu Kassovitz, Christophe Gans, Gaspar Noé, and he directs his own films.
Le Plaisir (et ses petits tracas) came out in 1997, then Cash Truck in 2003, starring Jean Dujardin and Albert Dupontel.
Always at ease with dark crime films, he directed Cortex in 2008 and Gardiens de l'ordre in 2009.
In 2015, his film Made in France dealing with young outcasts' radicalization, was shot just before the attacks in Paris and caused a sensation by anticipating the facts.
His latest film, La confession, came out in March 2017 starring Marine Vacth et Romain Duris.

As the president of the jury of this 19th edition, there is no doubt that Nicolas Boukhrief will take a wise look at the new generations of directors.

Meet the members of the International Competition jury.

Selected films 2017

selected films

 

Selections ended!

It was not easy for our selection team to chose among 3000 films!
Choices have been hard, debates were lively.
Here is the list of all selected shorts for the 19th edition.

Congratulations to the shortlisted directors, and thanks to all of us who participated!

Registrations are closed

Subscriptions are closed

Registration for the 19th edition of the Très Court International Film Festival are now closed.

Appointment on April 17 for discover all the Très Courts selected.

In the meantime, cross your fingers!

Poster of the 19th edition (2017)

Juliette Chenais de Busscher

The picture of this 19th edition of the Festival was made by Juliette Chenais de Busscher, a French artist with many talents and a proven gift of ubiquity. 

This photographer, actress and filmmaker knows the Festival well as she directed I am a lesbian, in Women's Words competition in 2016.

Go and discover the many aspects of her multicoloured world on her website.

 

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