This year the Icares of Cinema welcomes the Festival "Les Ecrans de l'Aventure" de Dijon
Festival Les Ecrans de l’Aventure (Dijon, France)
From 15 to 18 October 2020
In Dijon, since 1992, it has been the unmissable event for adventure. The Festival is an exceptional opportunity to see the best international audiovisual productions and to meet image professionals, adventurers and travelers. This event allows an ever-growing audience to attend screenings, debates, exhibitions, meetings and to share moments of intense emotion with the many guests of the Festival.
A competition of documentary films and adventure books.
During these four days, the Festival offers some twenty adventure documentaries, including 16 international films in competition. The film juries discovering the films at the same time as the public, a time of deliberation is necessary before the presentation of the prize list on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. This is why, on Saturday afternoon, we offer 2 out of competition films. On the sidelines of this competition, 5 books are selected to compete for the Golden Fleece prize for adventure books and the Reader Prize at the Port du Canal Media Library. On the other hand, adventure news presents expeditions (about to leave or just returned) during the festival.
7 prizes to reward films, 2 prices for the book and 1 prize to reward a career.
3 juries to award these prizes:
The film jury: made up of image professionals and the adventure world.
The youth jury of the city of Dijon: made up of 5 young people from the municipal children's council of the city of Dijon.
The 2 juries of the book: The first is made up of authors, publishing and journalism professionals. The second is made up of readers from the Municipal Library of Dijon.
MOVIES OF THE "CARTE BLANCHE"
Saturday at 05:30pm - Festival marquee
Le Festival Les Ecrans de l'Aventure of Dijon has selected the following movie :
CARTE BLANCHE : Festival Les Ecrans de l’Aventure (Dijon, France)
« Apurimac, l’appel de la rivière » de Hugo Clouzeau – 52 mn
Summary: From the high Peruvian mountains to the plains of the Amazon rainforest, six kayakers set off for a 17-day self-sufficient descent on the Rio Apurimac, the most distant source in the Amazon. Guided by their passion for the river and their desire for adventure, the 6 friends plunge into the bowels of the Andes mountain range, where only kayakers can access.