Prepare to be amazed and delighted once again at the 13th annual Festival du Film Merveilleux, happening September 20th-22nd, 2023 in Paris. Screening 2 on Thursday, September 21st at 8pm will showcase a diverse lineup of imaginative short films from around the world that are sure to spark wonder and conversation.
The screening will take place at Christine Cinéma Club (4 rue Christine, 75006 Paris). Tickets are 6,00€ and can be purchased at the door or online. UGC unlimited cards are accepted.
Films on the roster include:
Mirage, a 17-minute mystery from French director Jeanne Dressen about a cleaner who mysteriously disappears from an apartment complex.
A fairy tale, a 20-minute French film by Zoé Arene about a filmmaker questioning reality when his subject believes she is a fairy.
Home of a heart, a 15-minute French film by Sarah Saidan about an Iranian immigrant who is attacked but inexplicably keeps living after his heart is gone.
Town Hall Square, an 8-minute German film by Christian Kaufmann about a subway ticket seller whose life is disrupted by a visiting tiger.
Bad seed, a 12-minute French thriller by Nadège Herrygers about a woman caught up in a dangerous trafficking scheme.
Out of the blue, a 6-minute French student film about a painter who comes to a monochrome town and transforms an inhabitant.
Spationautes, a 4-minute French sci-fi film by Milan Enguehard-Souc about two explorers searching for a rare flower on an alien planet.
Drone, a 15-minute American animated film by Sean Buckelew about a malfunctioning AI military drone questioning its purpose.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience boundary-pushing short films from across genres and countries. Screening 2 of the Festival du Film Merveilleux will expand your imagination and perception of what film can be. Get your tickets today!