NEWS

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Indie Game Contest
Call for entries

Call for entries – the 8th Indie Game Contest is officially open!

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The return of a cult saga in VR:
Half-Life: Alyx

After years of waiting, the Valve studio has just released an ambitious VR experience from the ultra-cult game series Half-Life.

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A few
apocalyptic movies

Did you picture the Apocalypse any differently than at your place, sprawled on the sofa with your feet on the coffee table? That’s probably what they were doing too.

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A selection of
horror comedies

Need a boost from the Lockdown Intimate Living Syndrome? Take your pick from this mixed species cocktail of horror comedies, bringing together serial-killer sheep, zombie beavers, normal zombies, graceful werewolves, Google-loving vampires and humans.

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Five films to watch
during lock-down

Five films, fantastic or borderline, which prove you’re not so bad after all at handling lock-down living.

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Gone
Home

While confined to our homes with plenty of time on our hands, make it go by faster with the indie videogame, Gone Home. Developed by the Fullbright studios, Gone Home will take you on a 1990s nostalgia trip.

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Apocalypse
Yesterday

Given the confinement under which we are living today, our post-apocalyptic retrospective has acquired a new sheen of irony. Click here for Jean Alessandrini’s prophetic text, the list of the retrospective films as well as our “post-apo night of truly bad films”, trailers and all.

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2020
Submissions

Submissions for feature, short and VR films are open on Festhome.

ABOUT US

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Roger Corman

George A. Romero

Tobe Hooper

Joe Dante

Dario Argento

William Friedkin

Welcome to the
Strasbourg European
Fantastic Film
Festival website

The Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival is a major French platform for fantastic cinema, and one of Europe’s most comprehensive genre events. The Festival’s main focus is on new productions of international fantastic films, but also included are sections for thrillers, noir films and black comedies, and for video games and virtual-reality cinema. The Festival also hosts multiple film revivals, a sign of its firm commitment to cinema heritage.

As an affiliated member of the European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF), Strasbourg is unique in France in organising the Silver Méliès competition for European films. Winners of this award automatically compete for the coveted Golden Méliès, which is presented every year at a designated EFFFF festival. Learn how this works at www.melies.org.

Strasbourg’s eclectic programming of independent, studio, auteur and niche cinema, plus its broad range of side events, draws large and varied audiences each year. In 2016, overall attendance reached 27 000 and the festival showed a total of 64 features and 27 short films, from 22 countries. (See sections and awards).

Annual side-events include: master classes with outstanding directors and industry experts, museum happenings, conferences, workshops, exhibits, zombie walks, and a fantastic village with activities for all ages. The Festival’s open-air screenings draw 4 000 fans each year and Strasbourg also hosts a number of innovative and fun film events, such as 2016’s projection of Jaws at the city’s Art Nouveau municipal bathhouse pool, complete with floating armchairs.

In 2012, the Festival organisers introduced a complementary strand at the city’s digital arts centre with the focus on video games, digital creation and virtual-reality experiences. Highlights are the Indie Game Contest for independent video-game developers; installations by digital creators from our artist-in-residency programme; and a VR film corner, showcasing the latest trends in the 360° world of virtual-reality cinema.

There’s something for everyone at this convivial festival, bringing together cinephiles, geeks, fan boys and girls and traditionalists, for ten celebratory days of cinematic discovery in one of the most beautiful and cinephile cities in France.

 

Who comes to Strasbourg?

Catherine Breillat

Xan Cassavetes

Lucky Mc Kee

Carlos Areces & Tomas Lemarquis

Enzo G. Castellari

William Lustig

CONTACT

Daniel Cohen

Artistic director, partnerships, feature and short-film programmer
daniel.cohen@strasbourgfestival.com

Consuelo Holtzer

Deputy artistic director, feature-film programmer, master class
consuelo.holtzer@strasbourgfestival.com

Pauline Cavatorta

Head administrative assistant & communications officer
com@strasbourgfestival.com

Alexandre Lefebvre

Head of the Video Game and Virtual Reality section
num@strasbourgfestival.com

Alain Chevalier

Volunteer staff co-ordinator
alain.chevalier@strasbourgfestival.com

Jean-François Gaye / Lucie Mottier

Press agents
jfg@darkstar.fr / lucie@darkstar.fr

Be a partner

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Les Films
du Spectre

Head office
9, rue du vieil-hôpital
67000 strasbourg
+339 52 83 73 88
www.strasbourgfestival.com
daniel.cohen@strasbourgfestival.com

Le Star St-Exupéry

18, rue du 22 Novembre
67000 STRASBOURG
03 88 32 44 97

Le Star

27, rue du Jeu des Enfants
67000 STRASBOURG
03 88 22 33 95

Le Vox

17, rue des Francs-Bourgeois
67000 STRASBOURG
03 88 75 50 21

UGC Ciné Cité

25, avenue du Rhin
67000 STRASBOURG
03 90 41 26 50

Shadok
Fabrique du numérique

25, Presqu’île André Malraux
67100 STRASBOURG
03 68 98 70 35

Le Village
Fantastique

Place St. Thomas
67000 STRASBOURG

Le CAUE
du Bas Rhin

5, rue Hannong
67000 STRASBOURG

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