For second time, the Festival offers a 100% youth program aimed at an audience of 4 to 12 year-olds. A special selection will allow the young audience to come and discover the world of the short film during several school or family sessions. The screening of the films of this youth selection will also be followed by a debate with the young audience in the presence of directors and actors.
Marie-Elisa CHAZAL – Youth selection manager
Lily meets Edi, a homeless man and his dog Bélix. Curious to learn more about this atypical duo, she quickly becomes attached to them.
In the 1920, during a dress rehearsal, a young cabaret dancer must overcome her clumsiness or risk being fired.
In a summer camp in Canada, near Lake Menphremagog, Alma in spite of herself meets Sylvie, the two young girls are passionate about strange creatures.
In the open sea, a pink flamingo comes to rest on an aircraft carrier. To get the planes off the ground, the military must scare it away. But the flamingo and its congeners are coming back to put some pink on this gray war machine.
Lucien has just arrived in a new company. While everyone has a bright light bulb head, Lucien struggles to get noticed because of his lampshade. He will try to fit in..
In the Philippines, a nine-year-old basketball player challenges gender sexist.
The meeting of a sated but servile dog, with a free but hungry wolf, raises the eternal question of the definition of freedom.
Animals are our silent companions. They are our food, our tools and in most cases, we hardly notice them. In general, our victories are fatal to them, but sometimes it’s different…