Under the patronage of HSH the Prince Albert II of Monaco and sponsored by Jean-Claude Carrière, writer, scriptwriter, film maker, lyrics writer, director.
Launched by Katia Martin-Maresco, director of the FIFH, Philippe Caza, author of comics, artistic director of the FIFH, member of the board of selection, Tristan Incorvaia, Damien Jouteux and Marie-Hélène Delon, administrative: this huge cultural event aims at gathering men and women to promote a creative, talented, emotional and citizen difference. Our project is independent, such as the Director’s Fortnight and the International Critics’ Week. The festival has already mobilised creators, actors, directors, producers, patronage.
Cinema is evolving…
Untouchables, The Finishers, La Famille Bélier and Sur le chemin de l'école are testimonies of this change. Enabling artists to meet and adapt their films to different audiences is now more relevant than ever.
The topic of disability turns out to be unavoidable: particularly during castings, but also when it comes to accommodations for disabled people. Audiodescripting films, welcoming hearing impaired people, achieving universal accessibility to movie theatres, putting together aid plans for films and the participation of disabled people in the Commission Supérieure Technique (Higher technical commission) are all matters that are now taken into account by the CNC.