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th International Festival
Signes de Nuit

March 29th - April 11th 2010



Cinéma l'Archipel
Goethe Institut
Fondation Suisse
Institut culturel irlandais
Maison de l'Amérique Latine
Maison du Brésil
Maison Heinrich Heine
Maison de l'Europe
Mairie du X. Arrondissement

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Program structure

* by Days / Places

Opening Film
Closing Film

International competition

* Part 1 * Part 2
* Part 3 * Part 4
* Part 5 * Part 6
* Part 7 * Part 8
* Part 9 * Part 10

International Selection


Worlwide Focus
- Africa

- Latin America

- Brazil

- Germany
- India

- Ireland
- Japon

- Malaysia

- Norway
- Romania
- Switzerland

The French Touch


Sound and Composition


Special Guest:

REC Festival
Tarragona / Spain


Special Guest:
EX-IS Festival

Special Guest:
Con-can Festival


Documentary Art
* Classic
* Programs 1 - 5
* Programs 6 - 10
* Programs 11 - 15
* Programs 16 - 20


White Nights of Stranges Films

* Night 1

* Night 2


International Jury


The Jury´s Program


Festival Awards






Pro / Press


Pratical Informations


Index Names


Index Titles


Index Countries

International Jury


Helga Fjordholm
Brittmarie Hidalgo-Fritzinger

Jun Huijin
(South Corea)

Javier Garcia Puerto
After film studies in Stockholm, Sweden, Helga Fjordholm has been active in Norwegian film since the early 90¹ies, as a film producer, editor and festival programmer before establishing her own production company in ‘99. She has made both short and documentaries, often within the art film area. She recently produced Inger Lise Hansen¹s Travelling Fields (2009) and is presently working with video artist Jannicke Låker. Brittmarie Hidalgo-Fritzinger is a communication specialist, screenwriter and responsible for cultural promotion. She studied at the University of Bordeaux III (1985-1986) and at the Anahuac University (1987-1992, Master in Social Communication). She lives in Dublin and Cologne. Then, based in Paris for 15 years, she has contributed to various publications in Latin America. Passionate about cinema, she was cultural coordinator at the cultural center of the Mexican Embassy in Paris (2006-2007), a position she left in early 2008 to devote herself to the promotion of Mexican cinema in France, creating the Mexican Film Festival in Paris 2011.


Née à Pohang, JUN Huijin est programmatrice du Busan International Short Film Festival en Corée du Sud. Elle fait des études en Littérature et Langue Françaises et Art audiovisuel (2004) de l’Université de Yonsei – Séoul. Elle découvre là-bas sa passion pour le cinéma en participant au tournage du court-métrage, avant d’aller poursuivre à l’Université Paris 8 sa formation en cinéma. Elle y obtient son master avec un mémoire sur la présentation du cinéma coréen en France. En préparant sa thèse sur le cinéma d’horreur hollywoodien, elle travaille également au Festival Franco-Coréen du Film à Paris dans lequel le public accueille bien sa programmation sur les films de propagande coréens des années 60 et 70.

History (1997) and Audiovisual Comunication Graduate (2006), he studied also Exhibition Curatoring and Archive Film Preservation. During ten years works as a university teacher, researcher, writer, documentary filmmaker, and in film literacy projects. Nowadays is focused as a film&video curator, his works have been seen in Berlin’s Kunst Werke, CaixaForum (Madrid, Barcelona and others spanish cities), and in Tel Aviv (may 2010). His last programm, an spanish videocreation retrospective, will be on world tour by Instituto Cervantes in 2011.He is co-founder of REC International Film Festival of Tarragona in 2001, and his Art Director since 2005.

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