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    Press Release 19.04.19 . 02:00 PM

    The Short Films Selections at the 72nd Festival de Cannes

    The Short Films Selections 2019

    The Short Films Selections 2019 © FDC

    Following the announcement of the Official Selection of the 72nd Festival de Cannes, held on Thursday, April, 18th at 11am, discover the Short Films in Competition and the Cinéfondation Selection 2019.


    Presided by Claire Denis, the Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury will award films both from the Short Films Competition and the Cinéfondation after their deliberations. 

    THE 2019 SHORT FILMS COMPETITION

     

    This year, the selection committee has viewed 4240 short films.
    The 2019 Short Films Competition comprises 11 films (9 works of fictions, 1 documentary and 1 animation), from Albania, Argentina, France, Finland, Greece, Israel, Ukraine, Sweden and USA.

     

    These films are all in the running for the 2019 Short Film Palme d’or, to be awarded by President of the Jury, Claire Denis, at the Closing Ceremony of the 72nd Festival de Cannes on Saturday, May 25th.

     

     

    Erenik BEQIRI

    THE VAN

    Albania,
    France
    15'
    Dekel BERENSON ANNA Ukraine, Israel,
    United Kingdom
    15’
    Vanessa DUMONT
    Nicolas DAVENEL

    THE JUMP
    Documentary

    France 12’
    Vasilis KEKATOS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US AND THE SKY Greece / France 9’
    Teemu NIKKI ALL INCLUSIVE Finland 15’
    Elin ÖVERGAARD

    INGEN LYSSNAR
    (WHO TALKS)

    Sweden 14’
    Agnès PATRON

    AND THEN THE BEAR
    Animation Movie

    France 14'
    Yona ROZENKIER PARPARIM
    (BUTTERFLIES)
    Israel 7’
    Agustina SAN MARTIN MONSTRUO DIOS
    (MONSTER GOD)
    Argentina 10'
    Chloë SEVIGNY WHITE ECHO USA 15'
    Federico Luis TACHELLA LA SIESTA
    (THE NAP)
    Argentina 14'

    THE 2019 SELECTION CINEFONDATION

     

    For its 22nd edition, the Cinéfondation Selection has chosen 17 films (14 live-action and 3 animated films), from among the 2,000 submitted by schools all over the world. The important presence of Central and Eastern Europe highlights the vitality of filmmaking education in these countries. Six of the selected shorts come from schools taking part for the first time.

     

    The Jury will hand over the three Cinéfondation prizes at a ceremony preceding the screening of the awarded films on Thursday 23rd May, in the Palais des Festivals Buñuel Theatre.

     

    Wisam AL JAFARI AMBIENCE    Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture
    Palestine
    15’

    Louise COURVOISIER

    MANO A MANO

    CinéFabrique
    France

    23’
    Ondřej ERBAN

    STO DVACET OSM TISÍC
    (ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHT THOUSAND)

    FAMU
    Czech Republic
    16’

    Kenya GILLESPIE
     
    JEREMIAH The University of Texas at Austin 
    USA
    10’
    Martin GONDA PURA VIDA  FTF VŠMU – Film and Television Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts
    Slovakia
    30’
    Shoki LIN ADAM Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
    Singapore
    19’
    Yarden LIPSHITZ LOUZ  NETEK
    (RIFT)
    Sapir College
    Israel
    21’

    David MCSHANE
     
    SOLAR PLEXUS NFTS
    United Kingdom
    9’
    Antonio MESSANA

    ROSSO: LA VERA STORIA FALSA DEL PESCATORE CLEMENTE
    (ROSSO: A TRUE LIE ABOUT A FISHERMAN)

    La Fémis
    France

    28’
    Katalin MOLDOVAI AHOGY EDDIG
    (AS UP TO NOW)
    Budapest Metropolitan University (METU)
    Hungary
    24’
    Martin MONK FAVORITEN
    (FAVOURITES)
    Filmakademie Wien
    Austria
    18’
    Leszek MOZGA ROADKILL University of the Arts London (UAL)
    United Kingdom
    8’
    Barbara RUPIK DUSZYCZKA
    (THE LITTLE SOUL)
    PWSFTviT
    Poland
    9’
    Richard VAN

    HIẾU 

    CalArts
    USA
    24’
    Flo VAN DEUREN BAMBOE
     
    RITCS
    Belgium
    19’
    Olesya YAKOVLEVA SLOZHNOPODCHINENNOE
    (COMPLEX SUBJECT)
    St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television
    Russia

    26’

    YEON Jegwang REONGHEE
    (ALIEN)
    Korea National University of Arts
    South Korea
    15’

     

    Press Release 19.04.19

    The Short Films Selections at the 72nd Festival de Cannes

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    The Short Films Selections at the 72nd Festival de Cannes

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