Are you looking for an extraordinary cinema experience? A screening in a huge theatre where 20 different films are shown in one hour? Films from all over the world, whether comedies, animated films or experimental films, touching films that give you chills? An hour to laugh, to shudder, to blush sometimes, an hour to be catapulted into a condensed version of the 7th art, with the most concise, the most amazing, the most creative too?
Then welcome to the Studio cinemas in Tours on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 June for the high point of the Très Court International Film Festival, namely the screenings and the award ceremonies in the presence of the juries. You will have the opportunity to extend the experience of the Très Court through exchanges with film professionals, activists and personalities who wish to move the lines, in their own way.
On the programme for these two intense days:
Friday 9 June 2023
7:30 pm: Screening of the Women's Words Competition
8.30 pm: Award ceremony
The screening will be followed by an exchange with the jurors: Chloé Ponce-Voiron, director and co-founder of the Women's Foundation, Reine Prat, author of two ministerial reports on gender equality in the arts and culture sector in France, Elise Pereira Nunes, deputy mayor of Tours (Gender equality, International relations, city network, Francophonie), Laura Raim, journalist (Les idées larges on Arte), Hélène Mitjavile, producer (Melocoton), Valérie Rey-Robert, writer, activist and Victoria Neto, director.
This exchange will be moderated by Manon Ribis from the Bédélire bookshop around the following question: "How can we contribute to making cinema intrinsically feminist and inclusive?
The evening will end with a free cocktail.
Saturday 10 June 2023
17:30: Screening of the International Competition - Part 1
6.30 pm: Intermission
7pm: Screening of the International Competition - Part 2
8pm: Free buffet
9pm: Screening of the 48h Very Short Environment Challenge Competition
10pm : Awards ceremony
10:30 pm: Free cocktail
The festivities will take place in the presence of the jurors of:
- International Competition: Fabrice Maruca, President of the Jury, director, Céline Cloarec, editor, Colette Quesson, producer (A perte de vue), Delphine Malaussena, composer, Jérôme Parlange, coordinator of Émergence et court métrage, Quentin Delcourt, director, producer, co-director of the Pluriel-les festival, Nixon Singa, director.
- the Défi 48h Très Court Environnement: Camille Etienne, activist, and Solal Moisan, director, both members of the duo Avant l'orage and sponsor of the challenge, Pierre-André Lhomme, producer and director, Claude Gruffat, MEP of the Europe Écologie Les Verts ALE delegation, Lison D'Andréa, scriptwriter, Lénie Chérino, actress and Sixtine Dano, animator and activist.
Festival pass (3 screenings) on sale at the reception of the Studio cinemas.
Subscriber rate: €9.60
Non-subscriber rate: €16.50