Son Altesse Protocole directed by Aurélie Reinhorn – France, Belgium
Egúngún (Masquerade) directed by Olive Nwosu – Nigeria, United Kingdom
These movies reflect the complexities of life, from personal stories to global shifts in history. They touch on themes of isolation, love, family, and societal issues with depth and creativity.
The festival aims to shine a spotlight on these talented filmmakers, especially women, providing a platform for their voices to be heard and celebrated. It’s an inclusive and dynamic retrospective that promises to enchant and surprise audiences.
So, mark your calendars for February 2024 and join the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival for an unforgettable cinematic experience, celebrating the diverse and powerful stories told through the lens of talented female directors.
By Alexandra Ramon y Ruiz