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Svadba de Mikhail Kobakhidze
(Géorgie, 1964, 35 mm, noir et blanc, sonore, 21 min)

Chanson de gestes de Guy Gilles
(France, 1965, 35 mm, couleur, sonore, 14 min)

Hamles de Jerzy Skolimowski
(Pologne, 1960, 35 mm, noir et blanc, sonore, 8 min)

Lichtspiel, Schwarz-Weiss-Grau de László Moholy-Nagy
(Allemagne / Union soviétique, 1930, 35 mm, noir et blanc, muet, 5 min)

Lampa de Roman Polanski
(Pologne, 1959, 35 mm, noir et blanc, sonore, 8 min)

Actua 1 de Philippe Garrel, Serge Bard et Patrick Deval
(France, 1968, 35 mm, noir et blanc, sonore, 6 min)

Breakaway de Bruce Conner
(États-Unis, 1966, 16 mm, noir et blanc, sonore, 5 min)

A program by Samantha Leroy, La Cinémathèque française

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The international competition is open to :

  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd feature films (60 minutes and over)
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd short and medium length films (less than 60 minutes)
  • without distinction of genre : fiction, essay, animation and documentary of creation (films produced for television - shows, television magazines, news coverage - are not eligible)
  • completed after the 1st of September 2021 and having not been commercially released in France (except for short films, which may have been broadcasted on local or specialty channel, exclusively).

Submissions are open until July 31st, 2022.
The decisions of the selection committee will be given y email mid-October, 2022.

Read the competition’s Rules and Regulations

Films in the Retrospective