Court Métrange is not only about screening shorts during the festival, but also doing so at other times and in other places. Needless to say that these works, whose viewing potential has been seriously compromised, have never been more in need of creative alternatives, enabling them to rise above the bounds of the event and be made available to their myriad audiences.
- 15 October à 20 h30 - 10:00 pm at Théodore Monod Multimedia Library
Thursday, October 15 at 8:30 pm : In keeping with Charles Fréger’s photo exhibit, entitled Wilder Mann, Court Métrange and the animal DEBOUT association are working hand-in-hand to bring you an evening of transvestism between Man and Animal.
- 17 October à 19 h00 - 21 h00 at Ormédo Multimedia Library
Saturday, October 17 at 7:00 pm Court Métrange invites you to discover its best-in-show when it comes to animation.
- 30 October à 20 h30 - 11:00 pm at Jean-Michel Bollé Multimedia Library
Friday, October 30 at 8:30 pm Shivers and stupor! During the evening, every code imaginable relating to horror will be elicited to a tee and gone over with a fine-tooth comb.
- September 19 at Naia Museum
Saturday, September 19: Court Métrange and The Fantastic Imaginary Arts Symposium will be featuring a series of internationally-bred, offbeat shorts having topped the podium in past competitions.
- 25 August à 21 h15 - 11:00 pm at Grand Cordel MJC
Tuesday, August 25 at 9:15 pm : Joining the "Cet Été à Rennes" ("Rennes-in-Summer") line-up are Court Métrange, Clair Obscur and the Grand Cordel MJC with a series of open-air films featuring not only cheek-to-cheek love stories, but especially tongue-in-cheek ones.
Scheduling a Screen-and-Scream
To put its artistic offer and film expertise within reach of as many as possible, Court Métrange features specially-adapted screenings throughout the year and France. The screenings comprise short films selected during past editions of the international film festival. Suited to young and more learned audiences alike, the films may be screened in theaters, as well as schools, multimedia libraries and cultural venues just to name a few. These short film screenings may also be followed up or preceded by talks given by professionals on the particularities and purview specific to Fantasy film.