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Creteil Women's International Film Festival

Festival International de Films de Femmes Maison des Arts
Maison des Arts
Place Salvador Allende
94000 Créteil
phone +33-1-49 80 38 98
fax +33-1-43 99 04 10
http://www.filmsdefemmes.com
email: filmsfemmes@wanadoo.fr

Director
Ms. Jackie Buet
filmsfemmes.buet@wanadoo.fr

Program Director
Ms. Jackie Buet
filmsfemmes.buet@wanadoo.fr

Year of Foundation 1979

Event Date from 13 March 2020 till 22 March 2020

in Créteil, France

International Competition

Sections International Competition: Feature, Documentary, Short film directed or co-directed by women; non-competitive PANORAMA section and others.

Terms of Entry productions must have been by women or a mixed team of directors; productions must have been completed after December 2016, no prior screening in France or broadcasting on French television, max. 30 minutes length for short films, min. 50 minutes for feature films.

Subtitles English subtitles necessary French subtitles recommended

Format 35 mm, DCP, Digital File, Blu-ray

Registration Deadline 20 November 2019

Fees none

Attendance Figures 20,000

Participants of the Film Industry around 200

Prizes/Awards Grand Prix of the Jury (€3,000); Prix Anna Politovskaia - Best Documentary (€4,000); Audience Award : Best Feature Film (€2,000); Best Documentary (€2,000); Best Foreign Short Film (€500); Canal + Prize; Prix du Jury Graine de Cinéphage (€1,000); Prix du Jury Paris XII (€1,500); France TV AU FEMININ Jury Award (€5,000)

German Films

2019

Competition Court métrage
THE DIVINE WAY by Ilaria Di Carlo (l.h.o.o.q. films)

Films de la section
#FEMALE PLEASURE by Barbara Miller (CH/DE, INDI FILM)

Number of Films Shown around 150

Media Coverage a total of around 180 journalists; approx. 60 foreign journalists

Evaluation Even though more and more other women festivals emerge, Creteil is still the most important meeting point for female filmmakers. New female talents are discovered and promoted, portraits of female pioneers in the film world. During the festival access to 4,000 video films and 6,000 filmographies; the multi-media database is one of the largest archives in the world focusing on women's films and professional means of research.

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