Prochaine édition du Festival :
du 25 novembre au 10 décembre 2023
Selected with the kind participation of partner institutions and festivals: Centre National de la Danse – Paris ; Cinédanse – Montréal ; Dança em Foco – Rio de Janeiro ; Inshadow Festival – Lisbon ; Light Moves Festival – Limerick (Ireland) ; Physical Cinema Festival – Reykjavik ; POOL Movement Art Film Festival – Berlin ; San Francisco Dance Film Festival; Suzanne Dellal Center – Tel Aviv
With the support of students in training at the BTS Audiovisuel Cannes and in the educational structures of the Université Côte d’Azur: ESRA, PNSD Rosella Hightower, Villa Arson, Licence Arts du spectacle – EUR CREATES.
GHOSTS by (LA)HORDE – Brutti / Debrouwer / Harel
NOT FROM HERE by Oscar Tony O’Ryan and Louise Coetzer
ALERTE by Étienne Rochefort
SELF-PORTRAIT AND OTHER RUINS by Ghazal Ramzani
CHAMANE by Dana Mussa and Alexander Murphy
OBSCURITY by Clémentine Chapron
TATIANA by Eirad Ben gal
SJOPPA – TOGETHER by Ísak Hinriksson
EILEEN by Sue Healey
I JUST WANNA DANCE by Amanda Beane
DIVIDED WE SCROLL by Klaas Diersmann
RUNNING ERRANDS by Oren Fischer
VANITAS by Vinícius Cardoso
LOST HORSE by Adi Halfin
VESTDALSFOSS by Helgi Örn Pétursson
ÉIST by Stephanie Keane
NAÏADE by Mistaya Hemingway
The scene has become cult: a little man in a black suit and hat is suspended by his arms from the hands of a giant clock in an American skyscraper. With Safety Last! released in 1923, Harold Lloyd’s burlesque film became a legend. One hundred years on, Antoine le Menestrel pays tribute to an actor who has always been a source of inspiration for him. Imagining a vertical choreographic style adaptable to a specific architecture and event, he presents his world premiere in parallel with the Festival’s launch of the brand new MOV’IN Cannes dance film competition. It couldn’t be more fitting! To open the awards ceremony, the man who describes himself as a “dream-maker” will climb the walls of the cinema, designed by Rudy Ricciotti, which is hosting the screenings. And like the hero of the film finding a neighbour from floor to floor, at each level he will meet a local artist, including Marcia Barcellos from Système Castafiore, the young circus artist Manouk Guibert and the double bass player Jean-Christophe Bournine from Nice, to whom he has commissioned a creation of a few minutes on the theme Ascension-Descension. Not forgetting the acrobats specialising in Parkour, Anthony Denis and Loup FrHeaven, who will be working alongside him.
In this way, the arts will be brought together with local residents, festival-goers, film-goers and dancers in a joyous collective celebration. Thrills guaranteed
∙ GRAND PRIX MOV’IN CANNES offers a creative residency at Cannes Bastide Rouge, a centre dedicated to the creative economy and image professionswithin the Georges Méliès Campus, Cannes.
∙ PRIX DU MINISTÈRE DE LA CULTURE offers a €5,000 grant for the creation of a new work.
∙ PRIX DES ÉTUDIANTS invites an artist to come and conduct a master class at Campus G. Méliès in autumn 2024.
∙ PRIX DU PUBLIC will be screened in the programme of a partner cinema in 2024.
The winning films will be broadcast on the Numeridanse.tv platform.
Harold has come to Los Angeles to make his fortune. But he’s stagnating in his job as a small-time salesman. He has an idea:
suggest that his boss publicise the shop by having an acrobat friend climb the facade.
Except that he’s the one who’s going to have to do it!
Single ticket price: €5