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NDG SHORT FILMS 2024

La Nuit de la Glisse is opening the door
to a new generation of filmmakers
with the NDG Short films.

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what is the ndg short films?

This festival, placed under the label “Nuit de la glisse”, aims to encourage young directors by showing their short films during the event. The aim is to offer these aspiring filmmakers a first large-scale visibility, in cinemas, and to allow them to enter the European and international world of the cinema industry. The DNA of the Nuit de la Glisse arouses vocations and we are very proud to transmit our knowledge in this way.

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 A UNIQUE DATE IN EUROPE ON NOVEMBER 15, 2024 

• 7 countries : France – Switzerland – Germany – Austria – Italy – Spain – England. 
• More than 400 cinemas 
PRECEDED BY 5 MAJOR EVENTS: 
• Paris – Geneva – Annecy – Biarritz – Munich (and maybe even more!) 
SUPPORTED BY A LARGE-SCALE DIGITAL MARKETING CAMPAIGN

 

eligibility

• Only short films about action/extreme sports or outdoor practices. 

• We accept non-fictional films only. 
• MAIN CRITERIA: the world premiere is required. This applies to all premieres on all media, including internet. 
• IMPORTANT: La Nuit de la glisse Short Films Festival reserves the right to request a “recut” of the Film, for the purposes of improving the storytelling, the quality of the cutting, the sound editing, the colour grading, etc. La Nuit de la glisse Short Films Festival offers you a postproduction monitoring. In other words, La Nuit de la glisse Short Films Festival does not accept the finished Film until it has been analysed and, if necessary, a “recut” requested. This means that the submitter agrees to make all available sound and image rushes available for recutting. 

For any questions please contact: [email protected] 

• So, further to the previous point, there is no a priori time limit. 
• All nationalities welcome. 
• The film must have two versions of subtitles: French, German and English (separate files). 
• It is preferable that the film be in color (non-exclusive criteria).