Festival internazionale Segni della notte

Festival internazionale Segni della notte
18, rue Budé
Paris, France

Tel: 0033684408438

2018, Finished
Wed 11th Apr to Fri 13th Apr

Festival Overview

Founded 2003 in Paris the International Festival SIGNES DE NUIT had become a multinational meeting place and is today active in form of competition and focus programs in Berlin, Lisboa, Bangkok, Urbino, Tucuman and Urbino. In these last years we have presented some thousand films from around 70 countries in our principal yearly festivals and on the same time in around 140 programs in collaboration with cultural institutions and festivals in up to now 33 countries, among those Algeria, Atrmenia, Australia, Chile, Cuba, Hongary, Indonesia, Japan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Peru, Russia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey, United States ...

The intention of the festival is to search and present films, which reflects new views, original imagery and critical approach to the crucial points of the modern human existence. It looks for astonishing, strange, surprising and sometimes provocative works. It is a place for cinema that expands its own boundaries, celebrating confrontations, tolerance and sensitisation for cultural differences, independence and individuality, ready to open up for unpredictable experimentation.


Section Shorts and Experimentals:

The Signs Award:
The Signs Award honors films, which treat an important subject
in an original and convincing way.

The Night Award:
The Night Award honors films, which are able to balance ambiguity
and complexity characterised by enigmatic mysteriousness and
subtleness, which keeps mind and consideration moving


Section Documentaries:

The Signs Award:
The Signs Award for Documentary honors films, which express in a
surprising way sensible and perturbing aspects of reality.

The Night Award:
The Night Award for Documentary honors films, which
represent reality in an ambivalent and enigmatic way,
avoiding stereotypes of representation and simple conclusions.

The Edmund Snowden Award
This Edmund Snowden Award honors films, which offer sensible (mostly)
unknown informations and phenomenons of eminent importance, for which
the festival wishes a wide proliferation in the future.


Action Adaptation Art-house Asian Black Crime Documentary Drama Educational Experimental Family Foreign Language French Gay and Lesbian Historical Independent Jewish Medical Music Video Mystery National Natural History Political Reality Religious Romance Science Fiction Short Silent Spy Student Supernatural Thriller Travel War

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Dieter Wieczorek
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Films up to 45 min : 6 Euro
Films over 45 min: 12 Euro

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