07 Jun 2011
Lund International Fantastic Film Festival
Fantastic film is usually used as a collective term for film genres like science fiction, fantasy and horror. But Lund International Fantastic Film Festival (FFF) does not set narrow limits for what can be screened at the festival. In short fantastic cinema is about imagination. The aim of the festival is to help stretch the limits of the imagination, and to reinforce the intrinsic value of imagination in films.
The festival programmes consist in focuse on different directors, on the cinematography of different countries and on specific themes. Special focus is always though on the European continent, which contributes with at least 70% of the films of the festival.
Since 1998, Lund International Fantastic Film Festival (FFF) is the Swedish representative of the European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF), whose goal is to promote fantastic films in Europe.
In collaboration with EFFFF, the festival arranges the prestigious Méliès competition, named after the French movie pioneer Georges Méliès, where the best European fantastic feature and short films are awarded.
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