International Short and Documentary Film Festival

Date/Time
Date(s) - 24/06/2014 - 27/06/2014
2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location
Nandan 2 West Bengal Film Center

Categories


Kolkata International Short and Documentary Film Festival

Short film makers’ association of Eastern India and Nandan present Kolkata International Short and Documentary Film Festival. This festival will be held from 24th to 27th June 2014 from 02:00PM to  07:00PM.

1326462549plpreview_femis_01As part of the festival, 16 films made by students of the famous French film school la Fémis will be screened.

La Fémis (École Nationale Supérieure des Métiers de l’Image et du Son, formerly known as the Institut des hautes études cinématographiques, IDHEC), is the French state film school. FEMIS is an acronym for Fondation Européenne pour les Métiers de l’Image et du Son. Based in Paris, it offers courses balanced between artistic research, professional development and technical training.

La Fémis was rated no.6 among the best international film schools by The Hollywood Reporter in 2012. Its alumni have won three of the world’s most prestigious film awards – Cannes Film Festival’s Golden Palm, Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion and Berlin International Film Festival’s Golden Bear – ten times, making it the most rewarded film school in the world, preceding the Beijing Film Academy and the Tisch School of the Arts of New York , in winning those three prizes.

LIST OF THE FILMS

1. Birds Get Vertigo Too de Sarah Cunningham, 20’, 2009, documentary

2. Como todo el muncie de Franco Lolli, 27’, 2007, fiction

3. Coucou Ies Nuages de Vincent Cardona, 38’, 2010, fiction

4. Drari de Kamal Lazraq, 41’, 2011, fiction

5. Du soleil en hiver de Samuel Collardey, 17’, 2005, documentary

6. Forbach de Claire Burger, 35’, 2008, fiction

7. Pink Cowboy Boots de Maria Larrea, 11’, 2005, fiction

8. Sauf le silence de Lea Fehner, 14’, 2006, fiction

9. Le Silence des machines de Kostia Testut et Paul Calori), 8’50, 2007, fiction

10. Treinta anos de Nicolas Lasnibat, 20’, 2006, fiction

11. Faux frères de Lucas Delangle, 24’, fiction, 2012

12. Low de Ludivine Large Bessette, 18’, video-dance, 2012

13. Les Naufragés de François Abdelnour, 24’, experimental, 2012

14. La Ravaudeuse de Simon Filliot, 10’, animation, 2012

15. Toucher I’horizon de Emma Benestan, 30’, fiction, 2012

16. Trois secondes et demie de Edouard Beaucamp, 24’, fiction, 2012