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Cannes: May 13 - 22, 2009



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Submit your short to Cannes Short Film Corner

The Short Film Corner
May 13 - 22, 2009

Call for Entries - Click here
Deadline for submission is April 18, 2009.

Contact Information:
Paris offices until May 1, 2009

Short Film Corner - Festival de Cannes
3 rue Amélie
75007 Paris - France
33 (0)1 53 59 61 30
33 (0)1 53 59 61 53
sfc2009@festival-cannes.fr

Management
Jérôme Paillard, Executive Director

Project Manager:
Alice Kharoubi

Assistants :
Virginny Tassart
Ali Khechen
Augustine Aldighieri

Websites:
www.shortfilmcorner.com

http://www.cinando.com
http://www.festival-cannes.com/

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The Festival de Cannes is holding the 6th Edition of the Short Film Corner from May 13th to 22nd 2009

  • Dedicated Area for Shorts

Located in the Palais des Festivals, the Short Film Corner is a huge
area open to all the professionals registered with the Festival de
Cannes and the Marché du Film.

  • A meeting place for professionals from all over the world:

Directors, producers, buyers and festival programmers attending the Short Film Corner in quest of rare gems.

  • Your film viewable during the whole festival:

40 viewing booths in which all the registered shorts are viewable on
demand on interactive screens during the whole event. On the spot, you
will receive a daily listing of everyone who has watched your film.
3 mini screening rooms (3/6/9 seats - on-site reservation) are
available for you to showcase your film to a small group of relevant
professionals.

  • Daily cocktail of events

Every day, the Short Film Corner holds conferences and masterclasses
on short film issues (diffusion, institutional financing, new
technologies, film music, etc.).
At the end of the day, the now famous Short Film Corner Happy Hour lets
you continue chatting and meet new people with a hospitality drink.

  • An International Programme

The Short Film Corner proposes films from all over the world, most
previously unseen, as well as the films included in the Official
Competition, the Cinéfondation, the Director's Fortnight and Critic's
Week.

  • Promotional Tools

- Your film referenced on www.shortfilmcorner.com and in the Short Film Corner's catalogue.
- Short Film Corner adverts in the daily editions of Le Film Français and Cannes Market News,
- Access to www.cinando.com, the largest film industry database.

  • Submit your film

Simply register at the www.shortfilmcorner.com and send you film until April 18th 2009, when registration will close.

  • Registration

The short must have been produced after January 1st, 2008
The film must be under 35 minutes long
Only one film by director
The short must not have been registered at the Short Film Corner in a past edition
All
films must be submitted in an English or French version or with
subtitles in French or English in a DigiBeta, Beta SP, DV or DVD format.
Registration includes your film's digitalisation, its listing in the
Short Film Corner catalogue, the Festival de Cannes access badge and
unlimited access to cinando.com the largest database for the
international film industry

  • Prices

The 95 €uros registration fee includes your film's digitalisation,
its listing in the Short Film Corner catalogue, the Festival de Cannes
access badge and unlimited access to cinando.com the largest database for the international film industry.

 

Comments (9)

Shakespeare

Here is a short You Tube video of me doing Prologue from Henry V by Shakespeare, I hope that you enjoy it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3ZMT-G_WHE

Con amore,

Tony Verley

Korean Women Filmmakers: A Screening and Discussion

Korean Women Filmmakers: A Screening and Discussion with Yim Soon–rye

With Yim Soon–rye, Film Director

Moderated by Yunah Hong, Documentary Filmmaker
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
6:00–6:30 PM * Registration and Reception
6:30–8:30 PM * Discussion

The Korea Society
950 Third Avenue @ 57th Street, 8th Floor
(Building entrance on SW corner of Third Avenue and 57th Street)

Women represent only a small minority of the Korean film industry's behind–the–camera talent, yet they make up an impressive number of the industry's top filmmakers. Acclaimed director Yim Soon–rye explores the roles that she and her fellow women directors play in the industry in her documentary Keeping the Vision Alive: Women in Korean Filmmaking. Join us as we screen Keeping the Vision Alive, as well as Yim's short film The "Weight" of Her—a satire of the expectations Korean society places on women—followed by a discussion with award–winning documentary filmmaker Yunah Hong on the role of female filmmakers in Korea today.

Keeping the Vision Alive: Women in Korean Filmmaking
2001, 52 minutes

Keeping the Vision Alive retells the history of the Korean film industry to include the contributions of its female writers, editors, cinematographers, producers and directors. Using archival footage and interviews, including with Park Nam–ok, Korea's first female director, the film relates the sexism and other challenges its subjects struggle to overcome.

The "Weight" of Her
2002, 23 minutes

This short satire surveys the hidden life of a girls' high school and the tremendous social pressure to look good.

About the Speaker

Yim Soon-rye is one of the top South-Korean directors. Her first film, Three Friends (1996), played at film festivals around the world, including Berlin, Vancouver, Seattle and Pusan, where it won the NETPAC Award (prize for best Asian film). Her subsequent films include Waikiki Brothers (2001) as well as Forever the Moment, a major commercial and critical success, and winner of the prize for best film at Korea's 2008 Blue Dragon Awards.
She received her MA from the University of Paris VIII-Vincennes, with a thesis on Kenji Mizoguchi.

Yunah Hong is a New York–based documentary filmmaker. Her film Becoming an Actress in New York was a final nominee for aMedia’s 2001 Ammy Awards for best documentary. Her other works include Between the Lines: Asian American Women's Poetry, Style Section and Through the Milky Way. She holds a BA in applied arts from Seoul National University and an MA in communications arts from New York Institute of Technology.

Buy tickets online at www.koreasociety.org, or RSVP to yuni.ny@koreasociety.org or 212-759-7525 ext.323

buyer

want to see market and want to buy some films if get hotel accommdation
regards
Madhu Sehgal

Cannes hotels

Good luck to find a hotel in Cannes. You better do it quickly as they are usually booked early. :)

aaaaaaaaa

Dear sir/madam!
i m from pakistan. i ve just done my graduation in film studies from NCA, Lahore. i(one of the first film graduate in pakistan) got distinction on my thesis work which is a short film(realistic drama about three friends), shot in rural areas of punjab. i want to send my film to canne short film festival. since, being a jobless, i don't ve 95 euro for draft, what can i do except for not participating in festival?

hey bro i did film

hey bro i did film production certificate from london film academy i got many scripts and few original ideas if u got something to work out then best of luck if you are free we can have a chat about it as im coming to lahore iam from pakistan as well didnt got admission in nca few years back anyways i did msc in finance as well from london uni we can be work together as i love movies cant find your email address hope to hear something from you tc .

short film corner entry fee

Hi the festival has a rule and a policy.

email them directly if you expect them to break the rules.
I suppose the entry fee is meant to sort crap from quality.

The editor

Enquiry

Hi,
This is Gargi Kulkarni from Maharashtra , India. I would like to submit my short film to cannes short film competition. Can I get information about the cannes short film competition 2009 in detail, and what I want to do to submit my short film in this competition ?

Gargi Kulkarni

hi garge, i am ashok sharma

hi garge,
i am ashok sharma a student from rajasthan.
can i know about your short film. i also made a short film and making another one but i havenot watch much more films.and dont have knowledge about technique.

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