Cineuropa and Festival Scope offer passes to see the Cannes Critics' Week short films
- Register before 18 May to win a free festival pass to watch the short films until 27 May
As Cannes Critics’ Week comes to an end, Festival Scope will be giving people the opportunity to see short films from the diverse line-up. With ten shorts including the two winners of the section Hector Malot: The Last Day of the Year by Jacqueline Lentzou (Leica Cine Discovery Prize for Short Film) and A Wedding Day by Elias Belkeddar (Canal+ Award for Short Film) (read more), the films represent a wide range of talented directors whose work is marked by innovation.
The films will premiere on Festival Scope on 17 May and be available until 27 May. Each film will have limited tickets. Cineuropa and Festival Scope have teamed up to offer readers the chance to win a free festival pass which will guarantee you the opportunity to see all the great films on offer before all the tickets run out. All you need to do is go here and fill in all your details before 18 May. And remember – if you’re not lucky enough to win, you can visit Festival Scope and get yourself a ticket to see some great films.
The full list of films on offer is:
La Persistente - Camille Lugan (France)
Normal - Michael Borodin (Russia)
The Tiger - Mikko Myllylahti (Finland)
Third Kind - Yorgos Zois (Greece/Croatia)
Hector Malot: The Last Day of the Year - Jacqueline Lentzou (Greece)
Pauline, Enslaved - Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet (France)
The Fall - Boris Labbé (France)
A Wedding Day - Elias Belkeddar (Algeria/France)
Raptor - Felipe Gálvez (Chile)
Exemplary Citizen - Kim Cheol Hwi (South Korea)
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