FAQ



Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Côté Court but never dared to ask...

THE FESTIVAL

What are the dates of the next festival?
The 28th edition will take place from June 5th to 15th, 2019, at the Ciné 104 in Pantin (in the Paris suburbs) and in other venues and film theatres in the Seine Saint Denis area.

SUBMIT A FILM

When and How?
Registration must be made between November 5th 2018 and March 1st 2019 for the Fiction and Video art competitions. You can consult the rules for the current year on this web site to check if your film meets the criteria for pre-selection.

How many films do you receive each year? How many are selected?
We receive approximately 1400 films for the two different competitions. We select around fifty of them for the two competitions. Then we select a further forty films for inclusion in the Panorama section that is open to documentary and animated films. The Panorama section is not part of the competition but also attests to the vitality of French cinema.

Who does the selection?
A selection committee, consisting of 5 persons, who view all the films received in the competitions and the Panorama. Jacky Evrard establishes the composition of both competition and of the Panorama.

Are all the films seen?
Yes, all the films received are viewed, and then are selected or not as the case may be.

Can I have a feedback concerning my selection or otherwise of my film?
You will receive by mail and/or email the responses regarding the selection or otherwise of your film. Decisions are not explained.

What are the prizes?
The prizes represent a real aid for directors, whether in cash or in kind, and enable artists to carry on their research work. Côté court has many partners who have supported the festival since the first edition. Thus, more than 20 000 euros in prizes are awarded for the two competitions.

TICKETING

Can I buy a ticket online?
No you can’t buy any tickets online.

Full fee: 5€
Free for adherents

CATERING

Is there any dining facility on site during the festival?
The Ciné 104 has a bar and a restaurant, Le Vertigo, that welcomes you throughout the festival and all year long.

ACCESSIBILITY

Is there an access for people with reduced mobility or who are hearing-impaired?
Yes, the Ciné 104 welcomes people with reduced mobility and the hearing-impaired in its three film theatres.

SCREENINGS

How can one attend the screenings?
Please come a few minutes before each screenings, theatres can generally welcome everybody… However, be careful with special evenings or performances, there are many people, so please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before the screening...

Is it possible to book a ticket in advance?
No, regretfully we do not take any advance reservations.

PARTNERSHIP

How to become a partner.
You work in a field that can be related to our actions? You work on the same territory? Let’s meet ! There is always something that can be done together! You may contact Laure Tarnaud : contact@cotecourt.org.

PRESS

You are a journalist, blogger, you are curious and like to share your findings?
You work for the press, the radio, TV, the web… and you have special needs? Please contact Vanessa Fröchen, our press secretary vanessa.frochen@gmail.com.

MY QUESTION REMAINS UNANSWERED...

Please contact us if you can’t find the answer to your question : contact@cotecourt.org.
Tel : 0033 1 48 10 30 51

Keep in touch

Tel : 01 48 10 30 51
contact@cotecourt.org
Notre équipe

Côté court - Association loi 1901
n° de TVA intracommunautaire : FR 42 400 080 099
Ciné 104
104, avenue Jean Lolive
93500 Pantin