Paris International Film Festival: How To Fest
Hello and welcome to the Paris International Film Festival!
You can watch all features, short films and pilots at the Cinema!
If you would like to network professionally, you can head over to the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathédrale. If you wish to discuss with people in a less formal setting, join some new friends at the Café Bar.
Take a peek inside the Eiffel Tower to watch the films’ Q&As and panels.
Take a look at the Mini Market if you would be interested in discussing and perhaps purchasing any of the screened films.
As many of you abroad are not physically present in Paris, we invite you to take a virtual stroll in the Louvre Museum online.
As you may know, the festival ends on Valentine’s day, so we have prepared a special Valentine’s surprise for you at Montmartre Valentine’s!
Find us on all social media platforms at the Social House.
We are proud of our distinguished Jury Members:
Jeff Arch (“Sleepless in Seattle”)
Carrie Bernans (Actress “Black Panther,” Producer)
Jeff Rivera (Actor “Terrarium”)
Chesley Heymsfield (Louisiana IFF Executive Director)
Bobby Roth (Los, Prison Break)
Cheryl Neve (Actress, Screenwriter and Director)
Melissa Hurry (Co-Founder of RIME Entertainment Limited and Co-Presenter of RIME Entertainment Showcase)
Below are the official selection and Premieres of the Paris International Film Festival, which are divided across four distinct categories:
Invisible Love WORLD PREMIERE
Green Flake, INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
Kiss The Ground INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE,
Tyrants of Tomorrow Telethon FRENCH PREMIERE
Documentaries For Change
Pioneers in Skirts, EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Surviving The Silence, EUROPEAN PREMIERE
The Prison Within, INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
She Should Run, PARISIAN PREMIERE
The Race To Save The World, WORLD PREMIERE
Bad Candy EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Cream, INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
Sum Of Us, INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
Soundtrack to Sixteen, FRENCH PREMIERE
The Big Kitty INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
Take Care (Mental Health)
Being Mortal WORLD PREMIERE
The In-Between, EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Marcus FRENCH PREMIERE
When All That’s Left Is Love, WORLD PREMIERE
Where Hope Grows INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE
We would like to thank you for supporting and participating in the Paris International Film Festival and hope you enjoy your time watching all these incredible films!
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