Young audience

8 programs will present some of the world’s most outstanding short films to families and schools. While offering an early introduction to the magic of cinema, these programmes will no doubt speak to the inner child in kids and grownups alike.

Extend the festival experience with a visit to L’Atelier - temporary film school, or Les Petits Ateliers (for kids up to 6) and find educational material about the films below.

THE FILMS

ON EST PAS PRÈS

On est pas près d'être des super héros by Lia Bertels

FROM AGE 3

Children screening

This is the perfect screening for families. All ages welcome!

These sessions are open to all - for children in priority. Get your free tickets in advance from our ticket office (upon availability - limited seats).

School screening 1

These sessions are for children from 3 to 6 years old. Children will see films where animals often take the leading role!

 

These sessions are accessible to school upon prior reservation. Some screenings are public and open to all.

FROM AGE 7

Splash’n’Shorts - "Ciné-Piscine » for children

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This screening is taking place inside the Coubertin swimming pool on Friday 7 February at 19H30, with seats in the pool and in the terraces. Access to the pool is reserved for children under the care of an adult and who know how to swim. 

School screening 2

These sessions are intended for children from 7 at 11 years old. This program gives an overview of the world, through a selection of international films highlighting some stories involving children in various parts of the world.

These sessions are accessible to schools upon prior reservation. Some screenings are public and open to all.

FROM AGE 11

BACH HONG

Bach Hông de Elsa Duhamel

School screening 3

These sessions are for children age 11 years or above and include some stories in relation with social issues, for instance through the themes of migration or even the acceptance of different cultures.

These sessions are accessible to schools upon prior reservation. Some screenings are public and open to all.

FROM AGE 13

YANDERE

Yandere de William Laboury

School screening

The films are specially chosen in the various competitions for students from 13 to 18 years old.

These sessions are only available for school upon prior reservation.

Contact : Jérôme Ters - 04 73 14 73 13 - j.ters@clermont-filmfest.org

WORKSHOPS

UP TO 6

Toddlers Workshops "Les Petits Ateliers" - 2d edition

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Play with lights and colors, set images in motion

The Toddlers Workshops "Les Petits Ateliers" are back, this year at milles formes, the city's initiation center to art for children up to 6. Come and make the most of this fun space suitable for all, build a story and see the images come to life through the magic of pre-cinema and animation. Children will get to show how films are made to grownups through numerous initiation workshops around light painting, flip books, the Pop Hop studio, stop motion, or colored shadow theatre...

On Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 February, we will welcome Nicolas DIOLOGENT (Nikodio), director of Le désordre des choses and Alexandre DUBOSC director of Freequences who will introduce the Phonotrope - or how to create your own cartoon with a record player and the Caketrope, which brings chocolate cakes to life.

From Saturday 1 to Sunday 9 February, from 9H30 to 18H00 at milles formes, the city's initiation center to art for children up to 6, 23 rue Fontgiève in Clermont-Fd.

Free entry.

Information : 04 73 42 66 64

Booking for groups: m.bordes@clermont-filmfest.org/ 04 73 14 73 08

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FROM AGE 13

L’Atelier - Temporary film school - 17th edition

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L’Atelier is a space that brings together film schools, creative studios and schools specializing in sound and moving image careers. The Atelier is a forum for sharing knowledge and experience, enabling students from different schools to present their creations and skills to visitors, especially schoolchildren. The focus will be on sharing and discovery.

L'Atelier lifts the veil on the secrets of filmmaking, from shooting to post-production.

Visitors are invited to come and see, learn, listen, ask questions and then try for themselves.

 

03 > 07 FEBRUARY 2020

AT THE CENTRE BLAISE PASCAL, rue Neuve des Carmes

FROM AGE 14

VR Workshop

VR BANDEAU

A virtual reality space will be installed at the Maison de la culture for the public and professionals during the festival.

From Friday January 31th to Friday February 7th from 10H00-12H00 and 16H00-18H00, at Maison de la culture Clermont-Fd.

Reservation : a.cros@clermont-filmfest.org 

AWARDS

AWARD

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Among the short films selected for young audiences, the students of the Gérard-Philippe secondary school will choose their “favorite” which will be broadcast on the CANAL + Family channel.

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© Juan Alonso

GRANT

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La Poule qui pond, a children book publisher based in Clermont-Fd, joined the festival to reward a film from the selection of young audience programs. The illustrator (s) of the award-winning film will be offered a publishing contract for the making of a children book published by La poule qui pond.

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Mais, où sont-ils passés ? de Oana Lacroix, illustrator rewarded in 2019, first edition following the La poule qui pond grant.

JUNIOR FILM CRITIC COMPETITION

For the past 21 years, the Junior Film Critic Competition has given a chance for students to extend their festival experience through critical work. The objective is give students a voice to be not only spectators of the films but also become active «reviewers". All of the winning reviews are published on the Clermont-Ferrand short film festival website and on the Fondation Varenne website. The reviews by the grand prix winners are published on the Bref cinema website, while their authors are offered a one-year subscription to the Brefcinéma online magazine and a one-year subscription to the Kinétoscope educational platform for their school.

Along the year

Actions and screenings continue throughout the year through various schemes, partnerships and events at local, national and international levels.

Contacts

BERTRAND ROUCHIT

 

 

Youth coordinator

School screenings

Toddlers Workshops "Les Petits Ateliers"

JÉROME TERS

 

 

Youth coordinator

School screening

L'Atelier - Temporary film school

Junior film critic competition

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