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Mobile Film Festival 2021 – Making Peace with Nature


Mobile Film Festival illustration - turtle caught in a plastic bag

November 2 - December 8

This year’s Mobile Film Festival features nine French films in its official selection. 50 films from 34 countries on the theme Making Peace with Nature have been selected and are offered to the public and the jury on the festival’s social networks. All the films in the official selection are freely accessible.

The 692 one-minute films from 92 countries submitted to the festival offered an incredible diversity of views, perspectives and stories to evoke the powerful idea of “Making Peace with Nature”. The festival team has drawn up its official selection of 50 films from 34 countries, which are offered to the public and the jury on its various social networks: Website, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

This 17th edition is organised in partnership with the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), SDGs Action Week, numerous UN initiatives as well as NGOs from all over the world who support the festival by distributing the films both online and physically at screenings.

From November 2-30, the public can participate in the Audience Award by voting online for their favorite on SensCritique.
The Awards Ceremony will take place on December 8th, for World Climate Day, and will be hosted by the Climate Academy, in the heart of Paris. 

The 9 French films selected for this year’s Mobile Film Festival are:

– Conscience tranquille | Benjamin Clavel & Christabel Desbordes 

– L’effondrement | Lucas Douay 

– Free hug | Manuel Laurent 

– Poussières d’étoiles | Delphine Ledoux 

– Zone de confort | Alexandre Brun 

– Oscar | Karine Durac 

– Mais ils sont cons | Rémi Lefebvre 

– The approach | Aurélien Perrin-Pommeray 

– Runway | Quentin Risselin 


Discover the full lineup here

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