theA short film festival is taking place all over France, but Amiens is the capital of this fourth edition, which was launched on Wednesday evening at the House of Culture.
A village with short films
in the house of culture
Free entertainment is available on weekends in the hall of the Kulturhaus on Saturday from 10 to 20 o'clock and on Sunday from 10 to 18 o'clock. For example, you can attend workshops on virtual reality, make-up special effects, sound effects, and inlay with a green background. It will even be possible to rediscover the super 8 format used by amateurs. On Sunday evening at 18:30, three films will be shown in Super 8 weekend time. Justine Vuylsteker, Short Film Talent 2019, is in the game.
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Aymonde or the vertical escapeSarah Van den Boom, talent of the short film festival 2019 and nominated for the best animated film at the César 2019, will discuss the development of her work on Saturday at 17:45 at the MCA. Caesar for the best original 2011 script for The names of the people, Baya Kasmi made a short film I could have been a whore, along with Vimala Pons and Bruno Podalydès, in 2012 awarded a Cesar. Baya Kasmi will be present on Saturday at 3pm with Claudia Tagbo, an actress in two of her films, to discuss her journey from short to feature film. Claudia Tagbo will also be present on Sunday evening to award the first prize in the High School Short Film Competition with AXA.
Julie Gayet and Michel Ocelot
Make the Shorts Association's Vice President, film festival, actress and producer Julie Gayet returns to Amiens on Saturday afternoon to revive a master class at the Maison de la culture. Michel Ocelot is also one of the guests of the short film festival in Amiens. The Ciné Saint-Leu program Saturday, five of his short films, which were created between 1979 and 1992, he will comment live from 14 hours. At 4pm, it will be at the MCA to talk about Dilili in Paris, his latest animated film to be rewarded with a Caesar.
movies to watch
The meeting, scheduled to take place on Saturday at 10:30 am at the Orson-Welles Cinema, is aimed at the youngest person at the age of four. The program is divided into five topics.