Very short film
competition in
3 parts and 30sec.

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Dec52020

2020 winning student film:“Ink of Nature” by Rejwan Hussain

After 3 years of partnership with the University of Creative Arts in the United Kingdom, which we thank for its involvement and loyalty, we are […]

Jan292020

Best student film of 2019 by Daria-Alexandra Croituro

We are really pleased to announce that our second year’s partnership with the University of the Creative Arts UK led to gather many uplifting films […]

Jan282020

Cinéhaïku competition winner 2019 William Mangeon

with his film My daydreams. William Mangeon is a writer and a filmmaker from Marseille, France. A civil engineer by profession and cinéphile at heart, […]

Jun12018

« Time Stands Still » by Daniel Lezama named Cinéhaïku of the Year

Mexican filmmaker Daniel Lezama has won the coveted 2018 prize for the best Cinéhaïku of the year for his film “Time Stands Still”. Lezama, a […]

May282018

Cinéhaïku Festival 2018: jury and artists announced

The annual Cinéhaïku Festival will return to the historic town of Gordes, in the Luberon region of southern France, for its second edition, from 28 May to 17 June 2018, showcasing a new collection of short poetic films.

May282018

The 2nd edition of the Cinéhaïku short film competition opens for applications

A major opportunity for filmmakers to create a very short film in three parts and 30 seconds on the theme of the Japanese haiku. The […]