Submissions for ACID Cannes 2021 are open on Festiciné's platform and will close on April 22nd.
Films must fulfil the following requirements:
- Feature films (fiction and documentaries running time 60minutes minimum)
- Films with no previous release in French theatres, television broadcast, internet or VOD.
- Films not selected in Berlin / Venice / Locarno
- Screening formats in Cannes: DCP with French and English subtitles
- Films produced after May 1st 2020 * For films without a French distributor
- Films produced for cinema (no television film)
NB: Films that have been submitted for previous editions will not be reconsidered for ACID Cannes 2021, even under a new editing.
For more information:
Festivals et Événementiel
+33 (0)1 44 89 99 74
The ACID programme at the Cannes International Film Festival was created in 1993. Films are chosen by fifteen or so filmmakers, members of the association. It screens nine feature films, fiction and documentary, chosen among hundreds of works from all around the world.
ACID filmmakers follow their love for a film and wish to give visibility to directors whose work is scarcely distributed, in order to facilitate a theatrical release.
The screenings, open to professionals and also to the public are all followed by Q&As with the films' crews and ACID filmmakers who supported the films.
The films shown in Cannes are then accompanied by ACID and its filmmakers in the various stages of the theatrical release (search for distributors / promotion / programming / organization of the Q&A's / audience research).
During the Cannes Film Festival, ACID (Association for the Distribution of Independant Cinema) presents nine feature films. This programme is shown at Palais des festivals & Les Arcades, Studio 13, Alexandre III, movie theaters in Cannes.
Among authors whose first features were programmed in ACID Cannes are: Lucas Belvaux, Serge Bozon, Djinn Carrénard, Vincent Dieutre, Rachid Djaïdani, Benoit Forgeard, Alain Gomis, Arnaud et Jean-Marie Larrieu, Hicham Lasri, Ursula Meier, Avi Mograbi, Yolande Moreau et Gilles Porte, Nathan Nicholovitch, Ioanis Nuguet, Nicolás Pereda, Pierre Schoeller, Claire Simon, Justine Triet…
Publié le lundi 16 octobre 2017
Mis à jour le mercredi 16 décembre 2020