Win a chance to see the Directors' Fortnight shorts from Festival Scope

Once again Festival Scope will be giving discerning film fans the opportunity to discover some of the best films that played during Cannes 2017. This time they are giving viewers the chance to watch some of the best shorts that played during Directors' Fortnight.

These films include The Burden (pictured above), an animated and animal musical from Swedish director Niki Lindroth von Bahr. The film recently also won a Cristal, one of the top prizes at Annecy. There’ll also be the chance to see Copa-Loca, the story of an abandoned Greek summer resort, from Christos Massalas. Massalas was a popular fixture on the festival circuit in 2016 for his cheeky film Flowers and Bottoms. Artist, filmmaker and Locarno Silver Leopard winner Camilo Restrepo is also part of the selection with La Bouche, the story of a man deciding whether to seek revenge of the death of his daughter.

The films will premiere on Festival Scope on June 23rd and be available until 7th July. Each film will be limited to 500 tickets.

Cineuropa Shorts and Festival Scope have teamed up to offer readers the chance to win a free festival pass which will guarantee you the opportunity to see all the great films on offer before all the tickets run out. All you need to do is go HERE and fill in all your details before June 23rd

The full list of films on offer is:

- THE BURDEN (Min Borda) by Niki Lindroth von Bahr
- CRÈME DE MENTHE by Philippe David Gagné & Jean-Marc E. Roy
- BARBS, WASTELANDS (Farpoes, Baldios) by Marta Mateu
- TIJUANA TALES by Jean-Charles Hues
- COPA-LOCA by Christos Massalas
- LA BOUCHE by Camilo Restrepo

19 June 2017, by Laurence Boyce