From 28 June to 9 of July the Festival Paris Cinema will take place in France.
The French film scene is massive and so is this festival. With over 200 French and international films on show – classics, premieres, Cannes winners and more, presented by a raft of hip French auteurs. Parallel events include the hugely popular Brocante Cinéma – a film-themed flea market – outdoor screenings and giant Ciné-Karaoké events.
This year the show will count with more than 300 films, offering the best films available to all audiences.The show offers tourists and non-French-speaking audiences the possibility of enjoying a large part of its program by screening all films in their original languages. A number of these films are subtitled in English.
A selection of some 40 premieres introduced by their directors or cast to be the first to discoverCannes Festival’s latest sensations, the next season’s hits or to (re)discover some famous classicalfilms released on new prints.
The festival offers an overview of contemporary cinema through its International Competition showcasing each year up-to 10 features films (fictions, animation or experimental movies, and documentaries). Usually introduced by their directors, these films from all over the world compete for the Audience Award, the Jury Award; the Bloggers & Web Award and the Students Award.
Awarded films will receive support for their release in France.