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L'OMBRE D'UN COURT - INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2019

Jouy-en-Josas - France

From March 22, 2019 to March 23, 2019


MAIRIE DE JOUY-EN-JOSAS
SERVICE ÉVÉNEMENTIEL – BP 33
78354 JOUY-EN-JOSAS CEDEX
FRANCE

+33 (0) 1 39 20 11 21

lombreduncourtfestival@yahoo.com

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OFFICIAL COMPETITION

The tenth edition of the Jouy-en-Josas "L'ombre d'un court" International Short-Film Festival is organised by Les Films Avenir.

The festival is open to all French and international short films. All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies. If the film is selected, the subtitles are required for a screening copy.

A panel of professionals and the audience will issue several awards (Jury award, audience award, best film, best director, best actor, best screenplay, best music, best poster).


Opening submissions: June 1, 2018
Final deadline: September 30, 2018 Free
Notification of results: January 10, 2019


Preview format:
-Uploaded file (1 stamp)

Requirements:
1) Films completed after: September 16, 2016
2) Maximum duration: 20 minutes (including credits)
3) Country of production: All countries
4) Screening format: Digital file: .Mov, Mp4, Mpeg (ProRes or H.264, 1920x1080)
5) Accepted genres: Live-action, animated short films, experimental and video clips

Other criteria:
6) Not accepted genres: Documentary films, adverts, trailer and web-serie.
7) Preview copies: All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies and screening copies.





STRANGE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION – GENRE FILMS

Section opened to international films respecting the next thematic: fantastic, suspense, thriller, horror, fantasy, science-fiction, anguish, terror, surnatural, fear, detective fiction, magic, mystery, zombies.

The festival is open to all French and international short films. All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies. If the film is selected, the subtitles are required for a screening copy.

A panel of professionals and the audience will issue several awards.


Opening submissions: June 1, 2018
Final deadline: September 30, 2018 Free
Notification of results: January 10, 2019


Preview format:
-Uploaded file (1 stamp)

Requirements:
1) Films completed after: September 16, 2016
2) Maximum duration: 20 minutes (including credits)
3) Country of production: All countries
4) Screening format: Digital file: .Mov, Mp4, Mpeg (ProRes or H.264, 1920x1080)
5) Accepted genres: Live-action, animated short films, experimental and video clips

Other criteria:
6) Preview copies: All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies and screening copies.
7) Not accepted genres: Documentary films, adverts, trailer and web-serie.
8) THEME: Fantastic, suspense, thriller, horror, fantasy, science-fiction, anguish, terror, surnatural, fear, detective fiction, magic, mystery, zombies.





CHILDREN’S COMPETITION

Section opened to international films must be aimed to children or young audiences (5 to 12 years old).

The audience is invited to award a children’s prize.

This competition is open to all French and international short films. All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies. If the film is selected, the subtitles are required for a screening copy.


Opening submissions: June 1, 2018
Final deadline: September 30, 2018 Free
Notification of results: January 10, 2019


Preview format:
-Uploaded file (1 stamp)

Requirements:
1) Films completed after: September 16, 2016.
2) Maximum duration: 20 minutes (including credits.
3) Country of production: All countries.
4) Screening format: Digital file: .Mov, Mp4, Mpeg (ProRes or H.264, 1920x1080)
5) Accepted genres: Live-action, animated short films, experimental and video clips.

Other criteria:
6) Preview copies: All films in a language other than French must have optional subtitles in French for preview copies and screening copies.
7) Not accepted genres: Documentary films, adverts, trailer and web-serie.