Lithuanian Stand at Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market

Lithuanian short film delegation participates in a prestigious short film festival in France. Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival annually gathers over 50 thousand film admirers from around the world. Because of its importance for the European film industry this festival often nicknamed the little Cannes festival.

Since 2013, “Lithuanian Shorts” agency participates in Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market with a National stand where the delegation presents newest Lithuanian short films, production companies and film schools and introduces the main Lithuanian short film events – Vilnius International Short Film Festival, Baltic Pitching Forum, Baltic Shorts Residency and others.

Lithuanian Shorts stand 2021

Virtual 36th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film market was held on 1-5 February.

Find information about Lithuanian delegation, represented projects and market events HERE.

Baltic Shorts stand 2022

37th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film market was held in a hybrid format on 31 January – 4th of February, 2022.

In 2022 for the first time in a Market’s history, three Baltic countries had a joint BALTIC SHORTS stand, where visitors were able to hear about the newest Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian short films, short film events taking place in the Baltic region, to discuss the film industry in Baltic States and to discover new possible collaborations.

BALTIC SHORTS is the collective name for the film institutions and festivals from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania that present and promote the best Baltic shorts for the international film community. The stand was organized by Lithuanian Short Film Agency LITHUANIAN SHORTS, PÖFF Shorts (Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival), Riga International Short Film Festival 2ANNAS, Riga International Film Festival, Latvian Animation Association. Main sponsors: Lithuanian Film Center, Estonian Film Institute, Latvian Film Center.

Find information about Baltic delegation, represented projects and market events HERE.


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