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Opening screening ¡vamos a la playa!

Tenue correcte de plage exigée

Tuesday 11th November – 4pm
Le Quartz, Grand Théâtre
One price for all: 10 euros

Let's take a trip to the seaside and the summer sun in the middle of November! Come on, put on your flip-flops and your sun-cream for two hours-worth of short films by the sea. Coming up: a lovers' kiss, a summer camp with Omar and Fred, holiday memories, a little music, a crazy chase, a few squid, a lot of crabs, a paddle with Bérénice Bejo and several surprises hiding beneath the sand...

The opening screening ¡Vamos a la playa! is included in the price of the Festival Pass

1st part

Length 1h15

LE BAISER
Stefan Le Lay
France / 4'30 / 2005

ZOHRA À LA PLAGE
Catherine Bernstein
France / 8' / 1995

KONG AAN ZEE
Fedrik De Beul
Belgique / 11' / 2006

CES JOURS HEUREUX
Eric Toledano
France / 17' / 2002

FATHOM
Vladimir Jedlicka
Suisse / 6' / 2007

L’AÎNÉ DE MES SOUCIS
Carine Tardieu
France / 13'43 / 2004

OKTAPODI
Julien Bocabeille
France / 2'24 / 2007


Interlude

2nd part

Length 1h

CAMPING CAR
Philippe Prouff
France / 3' / 2007

VALURI
Adrian Sitaru
Roumanie / 16'30 / 2007

LA RÉVOLUTION DES CRABES
Arthur de Pins
France / 5'07 / 2004

PIECES OF THE MOON
Kirkham Jackson
Royaume-Uni / 9' / 1996

JEUX DE PLAGE
David D'Aquaro
France / 19' / 2002

DESSERTS
Jeff Stark
Royaume-Uni / 4' / 1998

 

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Closing ceremony

Saturday 15th November
Le Quartz, Grand Théâtre

8PM > AWARDS CEREMONY

To finish this 29th Festival with a flourish, you are cordially invited to join us for the awards ceremony, a great opportunity to find out which films are the winners and which ones the different members of the jury particularly recommend.

10PM > SHORT IS (STILL) NOT DEAD: THE BATTLE OF THE PROGRAMMERS 2

Following on from the closing ceremony, the Brest European Short Film Festival is to present this year again a duel between film pros, who will wage battle wielding short films in an attempt to conquer the audience... You will decide on the victor!

Pascal Hologne (director of the Brussels Short Film Festival) and John Canciani (artistic director of the Winterthur Festival) will face each other in the ring, so bring your whistles, vuvuzelas and make some noise! A ferociously passionate hand-to-hand combat that’s unmissable! May the best man win!

 
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