Festival Scope presents titles from Clermont-Ferrand

Festival Scope is giving audiences the opportunity to see a number of winning films from this year’s Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival for free.

From now until March 8th you can see 18 films from the 2017 edition of the festival which will include DeKalb Elementary, The Summer Movie and Green Screen Gringo - the Grand Prix winners in each of the main festival competitions. There’ll also be the chance to see the likes of Daniel Mulloy’s lauded and BAFTA Award Winning Home, playful Swedish documentary Ten Meter Tower (which was a popular choice in the most recent Cineuropa Top 5 European Shorts) and The Way I Love You, the winner of the Audience Award in the International Competition.

You can find the full list of films available HERE.

The films will be available until March 8th though each film has a maximum availability of 400 tickets, so make sure you get there quick.

For more information on how Festival Scope works visit HERE

22 February 2017, by Laurence Boyce