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Film Festivals

International Animated Film Festival and Market (France)

CITIA is a cultural-cooperation public establishment (EPCC) funded by the Annecy Greater Urban Area, the Haute-Savoie Regional Council, the Rhône-Alpes Regional Council and the French state.

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Cannes Film Festival (France)

“Cannes belongs to each and every one of us who, year after year, from wherever we are and in our own individual way, contributes towards creating it step by step. It is only by constantly analyzing the Festival, adapting its function and encouraging debate about it that we will continue to make it the very best it can be.

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Nouveau Cinema - Le Festival du nouveau cinema (Canada)

40 years at the cutting edge
With the development of new technologies and the evolution of new broadcasting platforms, we’re surrounded by moving images (kinema). Anyone can make, broadcast and watch a film. This flood of audiovisual content, available on a variety of platforms (Internet, TV, mobile devices), is bringing about a dramatic change in how we look at the world around us and ourselves.

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Youngcuts Film Festival (Canada)

The YoungCuts Film Festival is North America's only international film festival whose primary purpose is to advance the careers of young filmmakers. We showcase the best emerging filmmaking talent from around the world. The Festival features all types of short films produced by people 29 years old and under, and was created to help launch talented young people's film and television careers, by providing exposure and recognition of their works.

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World Of Comedy International Film Festival (Canada)

The WORLD of COMEDY FILM FESTIVAL (WCFF) is an independent not-for-profit organization in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The WCFF believes that comedy is best enjoyed when shared in a communal situation - so what better way to laugh your way through a dreary March day than by attending a film festival! Not only is a good laugh fun but it's also therapeutic, cathartic and can even help one reflect upon the deepest moral and societal beliefs of our lives.

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