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CANNES 2021 Critics' Week

Festival Scope presents the 2021 Critics' Week short films online


- Seven short films selected for this year's edition are accessible online for free, from today until 21 July, on the platform

Festival Scope presents the 2021 Critics' Week short films online
Inherent by Nicolai GH Johansen

After its 59th edition could not be held as scheduled in May 2020 due to the global sanitary crisis, the Cannes Critics' Week is back. The 60th edition of the gathering handed out its awards yesterday evening (read news), after welcoming a wide array of new filmmaking talents.

As usual, Festival Scope collaborates with the Critics' Week and for this year's edition, the platform has worked on a tailored-made support programme for the short films that artistic director Charles Tesson and his selection committees selected. Therefore, 7 short films from the selection are accessible online now here from today (15 July) to 21 July. The films are available for free, with limited tickets and country availability may vary.

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The short films screening:

Brutalia, Days of Labour - Manolis Mavris (Greece/Belgium)
Lili Alone - Zou Jing (China/Hong Kong/Singapore) (only in France)
Inherent - Nicolai GH Johansen (Denmark)
Intercom 15 - Andrei Epure (Romania) (only in France)
If It Ain’t Broke - Elinor Nechemya (Israel)
Noir-soleil - Marie Larrivé (France)
Safe - Ian Barling (USA)

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