Clermont Ferrand

Festival Scope presents titles from Clermont-Ferrand

See award winning films such as DeKalb Elementary and Green Screen Gringo up until March 8th

22 February 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Five things wrong with your Short Film Festival

Short Film Conference looking for suggestions on how short film festivals can improve

24 January 2017, by Laurence Boyce

Clermont announces competition titles for 2017

Titles chosen for International, National and Lab competitions from more than 8000 entries

16 December 2016, by Laurence Boyce

Chilean film Las Cosas Simples wins at Clermont

World’s biggest short film festival ends with win for South America

15 February 2016, by Laurence Boyce

Clermont review: A Documentary Film

Marcin Podolec’s animated documentary is a simple and emotional work, screening in the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival's international competition.

08 February 2016, by Laurence Boyce

Clermont-Ferrand gets underway

The 38th edition of the biggest short film festival in the world is now in full swing.

06 February 2016, by Laurence Boyce

A preview of the Clermont-Ferrand International Competition of 2016

As Clermont-Ferrand gears up, Cineuropa Shorts takes a brief look at what is in store for the 2016 International Competition

11 January 2016, by Laurence Boyce

A Society posted online in ongoing fight against Xenophobia

Clermont-Ferrand makes Jens Assur's short available in continuing initiative of European film festivals

02 October 2015, by Laurence Boyce

Hole wins Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand

Canadian film wins the International Grand Prix at this year’s Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival. German animation takes Lab prize while EFA nod goes to Israel / Palestine.

09 February 2015, by Laurence Boyce

Clermont Review: Hot Nasty Teen

We continue examining films screened at Clermont-Ferrand, with a review of Jens Assur's disturbing new film.

05 February 2015, by Laurence Boyce