REGARD, International Short Film Festival in Saguenay has been the joy of all film lovers since 1995. Founded by Caravane Films Productions is a short film festival that has become, over the years, the cultural event dedicated to the most important short films in the field of Quebec cinema. Indeed it allows from now on to access the Oscars.
The Pro Jury of the 21st edition of the Festival is composed of Samuel Archibald, Céline Bonnier, Stéphane Crête, Ina Pira and David Uloth. This is Daniel Mulloy's Home movie, which won the Grand Prix International. A special mention is also given to Dekalb Elementary by American director Reed Van Dyk. The National Grand Prix is presented to Paul-Claude Demers' My Last Summer.
During the awards ceremony of the 22nd edition of the Festival, a dozen short films distinguished themselves and were rewarded by the various juries such as Black Line, directed by Mark Olexa and Francesca Scalisi, winner of the Grand Prix, as well as Fauve by Jeremy Comte, winner of the Canadian Grand Prix.
The 23rd edition of the International Short Film Festival in Saguenay was a great success. The public was at the rendezvous and the programming was of a high quality. A dozen short films were awarded by juries such as Just Me and You, directed by Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers, winner of the Canadian Grand Prix, and Riviera of Jonas Schloesing, winner of the Grand Prix.
The 24th edition of the international short film festival in Saguenay will take place from March 11 to 15, 2020.