The 22nd edition of the Très Court International Film Festival is maintained.
The 2020 edition of the Très Court will take place online, between 5 and 14 June.
The 124 films selected for the 22nd edition will be accessible completely free of charge on the festival site.
How do I access the films?
- Visit the interactive map of the festival;
- Select the city closest to you, the one that will offer you the festival this year;
- Retrieve the access code;
If you don't have it, don't panic, you'll be directed to find it...
- Enter the code;
- Watch the selections of your choice.
I am Italian, can I see the films subtitled in my mother tongue?
The films will be subtitled, as every year, in the 7 languages of the festival: French, English, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Greek and Arabic.
In order for subtitling to be available in your language, you will have to choose a city in your country on the interactive map.
This will automatically subtitle the film.
Will I have to pay to access the selections?
This year, exceptionally, all the films can be seen by everyone free of charge.
In some cities, the cultural organization that offers you the access to the festival will be able to offer you a free and optional participation, called "au chapeau".
The sums collected will help to support the festival particularly impacted by the health crisis.
I want to watch the They dared "Trash & Glam" selection, but it is not offered in my city. How can I do it?
If your favorite selection is not available in your city's program, find out which other city will offer it (for example Hong Kong).
The films in the International Competition will be broadcast on the internet during a live session on Tuesday 9 June at 8 pm.
This screening will start on time, and if you arrive late, you won't be able to see the beginning of the screening again, like when you go to the cinema!
This e-projection will be followed by a live e-Awards Ceremony.
Jury members will be present in video from their homes, and they will be the ones to reveal the winners.
The directors of the films are invited to be connected, and the winners will be called during the ceremony to receive their prize and exchange with the jury.
There will be no live sessions or e-ceremony for the other selections (Women's Words, French, Family, They Dared).
I am a regular spectator of the Très Court, I go to the awards ceremony every year, is there a similar session this year?
The e-projection followed by the live e-Ceremony on Tuesday 9 June at 8 pm is open to all.
It will be a great rendez-vous for the directors, the jury, the partners, the festival team and the whole audience.
Do you have further questions about the online festival?
Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org