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Sexy International Paris Film Festival


Following in the footsteps of the Australian version of the Sexy International Film Festival (SIFF) Melbourne, The Sexy International Paris Film Festival (SIPFF)(Association Loi 1901) has been created as a uniquely francophone version of the festival, focusing on strong Francophone content as part of its international program. Already in its second year in Australia the festival has already doubled in size and popularity due to its themes which resonate with audiences. The Sexy International Paris Film Festival’s (SIPFF) goals are to discover, promote and screen the best independent films from around the world that explore the themes of “Sexy” –sexuality, love, marriage, divorce, lust, romance, seduction, relationships and the erotic. The festival aims to enlighten, educate, create discussion and debate, as well as allow audience interaction in relation to various projects within SIPFF. The festival follows a code of ethic, with the festival being porn-free and smut-free. Films considered to be pornographic in nature will not be screened at the festival. There will be an audience vote to determine the Sexiest Short and Sexiest feature of the festival as well as a jury to determine the best short and best feature of the festival. As well as the main festival in June 2010, SIPFF will be presenting MiNi SiPFF, as part of the Zonerotikon Festival ("Zonerotikon rien à voir avec le X / Cabarets de Cirqu'Conférences pluridisciplinaires") at Cabaret Sauvage, a wonderful circus tent at Porte de la Villette (Paris) with screenings throughout 2010.

 

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Dans les traces de la version australienne du festival de film international sexy (SIFF) – Melbourne, The Sexy International Paris Film Festival (SIPFF) (Association Loi 1901) a été créé en tant que version francophone du festival, dans le but de développer tout particulièrement la partie francophone du programme de sa version mondiale. Déjà dans sa deuxième année en Australie, le festival n'a pas attendu plus longtemps pour doubler en volume ainsi qu'en popularité grâce à ses thèmes qui ont su séduire tous les publics. Les objectifs du Festival International du film Sexy de Paris (SIPFF) sont de découvrir, promouvoir et projeter sur écran les meilleurs films indépendants provenant du monde entier et qui explorent les thèmes dits « sexy » : la sexualité, l'amour, le mariage, le divorce, la convoitise, la romance, la séduction, les rapports humains et l'érotisme. Le festival vise à éclairer, instruire, créer discussions et débats tant que le permet l'interaction de l'assistance par rapport à divers projets au sein du SIPFF. Le festival adopte un code d'éthique bien qu'il soit ouvert à beaucoup de films de type sexy ou quelques peu pornographiques. Ainsi, les films considérés purement pornographiques ne seront ni sélectionnés ni projetés lors du festival. Il y aura un vote de la part de l'assistance ainsi que de la part d'un jury pour déterminer le film et le court métrage les plus sexy du festival. En complément du festival principal programmé en juin 2010, le SiPFF présentera un "MiNi SiPFF", en tant qu'élément du festival de Zonerotikon (« Zonerotikon rien à voir avec le X / Cabarets de Cirqu'Conférences pluridisciplinaires ») au Cabaret Sauvage, magnifique Chapiteau de bois et de velours, serti de miroirs et de vitraux, Porte de la Villette (Paris) avec des spectacles tout au long de l'année 2010.


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Sexy International Paris Film Festival

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Following in the footsteps of the Australian version of the Sexy International Film Festival (SIFF) Melbourne, The Sexy International Paris Film Festival (SIPFF)(Association Loi 1901)
has been created as a uniquely francophone version of the festival, focusing on strong Francophone content as part of its international program.

 

Already in its second year in Australia the festival has already doubled in size and popularity due to its
themes which resonate with audiences.

The Sexy International Paris Film Festival's (SIPFF) goals are to discover, promote and screen the best independent films from around the world that explore the themes of "Sexy" -sexuality, love, marriage, divorce, lust, romance, seduction, relationships and the erotic.

The festival aims to enlighten, educate, create discussion and debate, as well as allow audience interaction in relation to various projects within SIPFF.

The festival follows a code of ethic, with the festival being porn-free and smut-free. Films considered to be pornographic in nature will not be screened at the festival.

There will be an audience vote to determine the Sexiest Short and Sexiest feature of the festival as well as a jury to determine the best short and best feature of the festival.

As well as the main festival in June 2010, SIPFF will be presenting MiNi SiPFF, as part of the Zonerotikon Festival ("Zonerotikon rien à voir avec le X / Cabarets de Cirqu'Conférences
pluridisciplinaires") at Cabaret Sauvage, a wonderful circus tent at Porte de la Villette (Paris) with screenings throughout 2010.

***********************************************************************************************************

Dans les traces de la version australienne du festival de film international sexy (SIFF) - Melbourne, The Sexy International Paris Film Festival (SIPFF) (Association Loi 1901) a été créé en tant que version francophone du festival, dans le but de développer tout particulièrement la partie francophone du programme de sa version mondiale.

Déjà dans sa deuxième année en Australie, le festival n'a pas attendu plus longtemps pour doubler en volume ainsi qu'en popularité grâce à ses thèmes qui ont su séduire tous les publics.

Les objectifs du Festival International du film Sexy de Paris (SIPFF) sont de découvrir, promouvoir et
projeter sur écran les meilleurs films indépendants provenant du monde entier et qui explorent les thèmes dits « sexy » : la sexualité, l'amour, le mariage, le divorce, la convoitise, la romance, la séduction, les rapports humains et l'érotisme.

Le festival vise à éclairer, instruire, créer discussions et débats tant que le permet l'interaction de
l'assistance par rapport à divers projets au sein du SIPFF.

 

Le festival adopte un code d'éthique bien qu'il soit ouvert à beaucoup de films de type sexy ou quelques peu pornographiques. Ainsi, les films considérés purement pornographiques  ne seront ni sélectionnés ni projetés lors du festival.

 

Il y aura un vote de la part de l'assistance ainsi que de la part d'un jury pour déterminer le film et le
court métrage les plus sexy du festival.

 

En complément du festival principal programmé en juin 2010, le SiPFF présentera un "MiNi SiPFF", en tant qu'élément du festival de Zonerotikon (« Zonerotikon rien à voir avec le X / Cabarets de Cirqu'Conférences pluridisciplinaires ») au Cabaret Sauvage, magnifique Chapiteau de bois et de velours, serti de miroirs et de vitraux, Porte de la Villette (Paris) avec des spectacles tout au long de l'année 2010.

 

Festival Nickname: 
SIPFF
Edition: 
2
Theme: 
not specified
Category/Format: 
Animated Films
Digital / DVD
Documentaries
Experiment
Fiction Features
Independant
Mixed
Music video
Short films
Student film
Video / TV
Festival Info
Price info: 
€15-€30
Next Festival Dates: 
06/26/2010 - 06/28/2010
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a market?: 
No
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Payment
Film submission amount: 
€15-€30
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
No
Film call for entry start day: 
10/01/2009
Film call for entry deadline: 
03/31/2010
Festival Ecommerce
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Natalie Vella
Festival Director E-mail: 

MiNi SiPFF

Shorts under 10 min

All genres accepted which explore the Sexy Theme

 

SEXY shorts

Shorts 10min-40min

All genres accepted which explore the Sexy Theme

 

SEXY Features

More than 40 mins

All genres accepted which explore the Sexy Theme

Festival Organization
Name: 
Sexy International Paris Film Festival
Address: 
21 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
City: 
Paris
State: 
Ile de France
Zip code: 
75003
Country: 
France

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About Sexy International Paris Film Festival

Vella Natalie
(Sexy International Paris FIlm Festival)

Natalie Vella, actor, writer and director, was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, to Maltese/Sri Lankan parents. She comes from a theatre background having trained with world-renowned acting teacher Dr. Experience Bryon in the Integrated Performance Technique (IPT). Natalie then went on to produce and perform in several plays as Co-Artistic Director of The Front Room. She has also written and directed several short films, which have screened in film festivals.

 

The festival promises to be an exciting event in 2010 with in competition screenings of shorts and features as well as out of competition screenings of the sexiest Australian shorts as well as a retrospective of French female filmmakers. The festival will also include performances and exhibitions central to the themes of the festival.


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