The Très Court Very Short Film Festival – for yet another year – across Crete, on Monday, June 10, 2019

For another year the Chania Film Festival hosts throughout Crete the competition 21st International Festival of very short films Très Court!

Thanks to ChaniafilmFestival and their collaborating institutions the friends of cinema in Crete will discover the best short films from all over the world, and will take part in an international vote of a public choice for the best film!

The Festival IS A COMPETITION WITH THE PUBLIC and CRETE to monitor and VOTE by co-shaping the result by evaluating the films of the program.


The Monday, June 10 in the afternoon AT THE SAME TIME in 5 cities of Crete we will enjoy the fastest film festival in the world: 38 films in two hours! We will be carried away on an express cinematic journey, but also we will vote for the best films, to highlight the one that will awarded with the Selection of the Audience from the 80 participating cities from all over the world. Within them are the five largest cities of Crete:

Chania, Attikon Open Air Cinema, 8:30pm

Rethymno, Pantelis Cinema, 8:00 pm

Heraklion, Experimental Theatre of the Cultural Centre of Heraklion, 8:30pm

St. Nikolaos, Municipal Cinematheatre REX, 8:30pm

Sitia, Cultural Center of the Municipality of Sitia, 8:30pm


More information about the Très Court International Film Festival can be found in

Tres Court comes to Crete from the Chania Film Festival / Chania Film Festival and with the support of

Of the Region of Crete

The French Institute at Athens

The Association of Professors of French Philology of Crete

The Attikon Open-Air Cinema

The Film Club Rethymnon

The Cinema Club of Agios Nikolaos

Cinema Club of the Theatre of Sitia

The Municipality of Heraklion

The Cultural – Athletic Organization of Agios Nikolaos

The Très Court International Film Festival (International Festival of Very Short Films) is coming to Greece with the exclusive collaboration that proceeded with the Chania Film Festival / chaniafilmfestival for the development of Très Court firstly in Crete and then throughout Greece.

The festival runs simultaneously in 80 cities & in 28 countries around the world and was founded in 1999 in France. In it compete films no more than 3 minutes (without the titles and end titles), while the participations come from all countries of the world, representing all cinematic genres (fiction, documentary, animation, music videos, etc.).

Upon completion of the screening of the films, the audience is invited to highlight the winning films for the award of the international awards through voting.

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