6 Place Michel-de-L'Hospital
63058 Clermont-Ferrand cedex 1
Michel de l'Hospital stop :
lignes 3 / 4 / 12
Faculté ou Carnot stop :
lignes B / 6 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 13
(5 min. by foot)
Delille et Universités stop
(10 min. by foot)
Sauve qui peut
le court métrage
Monday to friday:
1pm - 7pm
9am - 12pm
1am - 7pm
1am - 7pm
The Documentation Center is open to the general public, to students, researchers and programmers. They can come to watch and search the Festival archives, feature films, books, magazines devoted to the seventh art, its trades, its history.
Horaires d'ouverture :
Tuesday : 1 - 7 pm
Wednesday : 9 am - 12 pm / 1 - 7 pm
Thursday : 1 - 7 pm
Outside opening hours:
Possibility of a reception on appointment from Monday to Friday outside the opening hours, for students, researchers or groups.
Opening hours during the festival:
Opening non-stop from Saturday (after the festival opening) to Friday (closing ceremony): 10 am - 7 pm.
Based in Clermont-Ferrand where a whole dynamic has been created around cinema and short films, the non-profit association Sauve qui peut le court métrage now employs 22 collaborators
Advertising and partnerships
With its 162,000 admissions and 3,500 accredited professionals, the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival reaches a world-wide audience.
Enhance the image of your company by associating yourself with an event of international stature recognized worldwide as the leader in its sector: the short film.
Press and communication
With a record attendance of some 160,000 admissions and 8,000 films, the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival continues to dazzle us. Indeed this is your invitation to a dreamlike trip.
Come and navigate these cinematic landscapes with us. They'll take your breath away, and there are a few surprises in store as well! The rowboat that is Sauve qui peut le court métrage has gone around the globe in search of the best specimens, and the fishing was good: once again, more than 400 films await you, from Competitions to Retrospectives, Young Audience programmes and other surprises. It will make for a week filled with emotions and encounters that we invite you to spend with us.
Short Film Festival
The Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival is the world's largest film festival dedicated to short films. Place of encounters and crossings of different horizons, 3 competitions take place each year: the international, national and lab competition.
Coordination of the national competition
Coordination of the international competition
Coordination of the Lab competition and in charge of the screenings
Short Film Market
Le Marché du film court est étroitement lié à la réussite du Festival par son succès professionnel. Il est le rendez-vous mondial n°1 de tous les usagers du court métrage : organismes, producteurs, réalisateurs, télévisions, chercheurs de talents s’y retrouvent tous les ans. C’est l’espace indispensable qui associe la réussite économique au succès public.
The Short Film Market is closely linked to the Festival's success through its professional attendance. It is the world's No. 1 event for short films: organizations, producers, directors, television and talent seekers meet there every year.
An innovative project launched by Sauve qui peut le court métrage in 2004. The online submission platform Shortfilmdepot connects rights holders (directors, producers, distributors, schools) and festivals. It allows rights holders to transmit to the given festivals, preview copies of their film and other necessary files through a 100% online process. It provides festivals with a complete suite of tools to manage registrations and reviewing films movies (streaming and download).
Short Film Circulation
Although the Festival is a vital vector for the promotion of short films, the work continues throughout the year with screening operations in France and abroad. In doing so, these operations also promote the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival.
Education and training
Sauve qui peut le court métrage are involved in many educational activities. These activities are either directly linked to the Festival or are managed separately by members of our organisational team.
Auvergne Film Commission
The role of the Commission is to promote filming in Auvergne (short films, feature films, TV films, commercials, documentary films) by free logistical assistance, upstream and during the shooting