Registrations closed for the second edition
Enrolment is free. The programme and competition are open to every country and every language. The short films that are to enter the competition have to last less than 6 minutes, whichever the category. Only films created by professional teams can participate in the International Film Festival on Disability. Amateur films will not be accepted. Subtitles for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers have to be provided along with French films. After taking note of the regulations (available for download below), the candidates have to send the following documents by post: the filled out and signed enrolment form (also available for download below) and a copy of their film on DVD (or simultaneously on transfer platforms such as Dropbox or Wetransfer).
Short films> Registrations are closed for the 2017 edition
Full-length films> Registrations are closed for the 2017 edition
“3rd Angel” (strange, bizarre, undefinable)> Registrations are closed for the 2017 edition
Handicap International and the IFFD are now partnersIn this context, a jury representing the association will reward a stemming movie of a "Special Handicap International Selection"
> Registrations are closed for the 2017 edition