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Film Festivals

The top 20 international film festivals in the world:

  1. Cannes Film Festival (France)
  2. Venice Film Festival (Italy)
  3. Toronto International Film Festival (Canada)
  4. Berlin International Film Festival (Germany)
  5. Sundance Film Festival (USA)
  6. Locarno International Film Festival (Switzerland)
  7. San Sebastian International Film Festival (Spain)
  8. Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)
  9. Cannes Directors’ Fortnight (France)
  10. Telluride Film Festival (USA)
  11. New York Film Festival (USA)
  12. Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Czech Republic)
  13. BFI London Film Festival (UK)
  14. Busan International Film Festival (South Korea)
  15. Dubai International Film Festival (United Arab Emirates)
  16. Jerusalem Film Festival (Israel)
  17. Sydney Film Festival (Australia)
  18. Shanghai International Film Festival (China)
  19. Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (Taiwan)
  20. Tribeca Film Festival (USA)

Top 10 short-film festivals in the world:

  1. Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival (France) – One of the largest and most prestigious short film festivals in the world, held annually in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
  2. Sundance Film Festival (USA) – The Sundance Film Festival, held annually in Park City, Utah, features a dedicated short film program, showcasing the work of emerging filmmakers.
  3. Aspen Shortsfest (USA) – Aspen Shortsfest is one of the premier short film festivals in the United States, held annually in Aspen, Colorado.
  4. Ottawa International Animation Festival (Canada) – The Ottawa International Animation Festival is one of the world’s largest animation festivals, which screens short and feature-length animated films from around the world.
  5. Tampere Film Festival (Finland) – The Tampere Film Festival is one of the oldest short film festivals in the world, held annually in Tampere, Finland
  6. Flickerfest International Short Film Festival (Australia) – Flickerfest is Australia’s leading Academy┬« Accredited and BAFTA-recognised short film festival, held annually in Sydney.
  7. Short Shorts Film Festival (Japan) – Short Shorts is one of Asia’s largest short film festivals, held annually in Tokyo, Japan
  8. Interfilm Berlin (Germany) – Interfilm Berlin is one of the oldest short film festivals in Germany, held annually in Berlin.
  9. Palm Springs International Shortfest (USA) – Palm Springs International Shortfest is one of the largest short film festivals in the United States, held annually in Palm Springs, California.
  10. Short Waves Festival (Poland) – Short Waves Festival is one of the most important short film festivals in Eastern Europe, held annually in Poznan, Poland.