The next Beijing Film Festival 2nd session will take place in New York from October 26-31, 2018 as a part of the World Film Fair.
There will be more than 75 festivals in attendance with highly accomplished works being promoted and screened.
The prestigious Fair will include new and well established festivals from different parts of North America, Australasia, Europe and Asia. The best works from our past and current sessions will be recommended and submitted to the World Film Fair.
Our Festival will recommend and submit to the World Film Fair the best works from all of our past and current sessions at: https://worldfilmpresentation.com/WORLD_FILM_FAIR
About World Film Fair
- 3,000+ New Films & Projects;
- 2,000+ Industry Professionals;
- 500+ buyers. 60+ countries. One location;
- 75 Film Festivals at one time in one place;
- 200+ Production Companies;
- 300+ Projects for investors;
- 150+ Distributors;
- 200+ Screenings in 5 of the top New York theatres;
- 30+ Investors;
- 50 Speakers;
- 50 WorkShops;
World Film Fair is a platform for over 75 Film Festivals around the globe where all budgets, genres and geographies are represented in one place. Whatever type of creative work you are looking for, you can be sure to find it at the World Film Fair. Projects from 80 countries over the course of the 5 days with attendance of more than 50,000 people with an additional 4,800,000 people participating in 25 talks and post-film conversations from afar via Facebook Live.
Attending World Film Fair event opens up opportunities to meet and do business with leading industry professionals from the New York area. The World Film Fair is a global platform that gives access to distribution companies, production companies and investors all under one roof.
The event name for the 1st Beijing Film Festival: LES SEMAINES DU JEUNE CINEMA INDEPENDANT
The French Institute is located in the heart of the Chaoyang District, east of Beijing. The oldest foreign cultural center in China, it opened its doors in October 2004, taking the name "Institut français" in April 2011.
In January 2013, the French Institute closed its doors in order to modernize and increase its attractiveness. Designed by architect Nicolas Godelet of the Gejian Architects and Engineers agency, Julien Masurel (JML Architecture) and Pong Yuen Cheung (CPYA), this renovation is characterized by a restructuring of the space of the Institute in order to create a gallery Allowing to host events and exhibitions, a strong aesthetic identity carried by a white metal mesh that covers the ceilings and enhances digital equipment in all spaces.
The opening ceremony of the festival, concert program, Red carpet.
Opening of film screenings program.
Special screenings program. New family movis.
Film screenings program. Presentations of films and press conference of actors
Film screenings of the competition/out of competition festival program.
Film screening. Photo session. Autograph session.
Night of short films.
The closed ceremony of the festival, concert program.