International Festival du Film Merveilleux to open in Paris

The 2nd International Festival Du Film Merveilleux is to open its doors this coming Thursday in Paris with an all-star judging panel.

Featuring a vast array of international short films and features, the film festival will welcome some of France's directing elite including Xavier Gens (Hitman) and Nicolas Alberny (8th Wonderland)

The festival will also include an animation category and showcase filmmakers from France, Greece, South Korea, Israel, Finland, Singapore, Senegal and Iran.

An out-of-competition selection will also include American and British movies.

Created by the Talulah association, and founded by Benedcite Beaugeois, the Festival Du Film Merveilleux is open to the public and all screenings are free to attend.

Where and When?

From June 30th to July 2nd 2011
Theatre Douze, 6 avenue Maurice Ravel

Check out the film festival programme here:

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