Corti a Ponte is an International Short Film Festival, characterized by an approach devoted to education in the art of cinema and the active involvement of audiences of all ages and social groups.
It consists of two main containers: Grande Festival International, dedicated to author’s shorts and Piccolo Festival International which welcomes short films made by children and teenagers from all over the world.
The screenings are accompanied by a series of competitions and collateral events such as a 48-hour race, a competition for soundtracks, live shows, workshops and meetings.
It is a word that can stimulate various reflections: from the enhancement of essentiality (less is more) to the awareness that sometimes deprivations and limits are painful and frustrating but can be stimuli for creative and innovative responses, in art as in life.
It is built around an official international competition for author, narrative or animated short films. Part of the program is designed for children and teenagers.
This is the section of Corti a Ponte designed for schools. It features short films made by children and teenagers from all over the world, aged 3 to 18.
It consists of a creativity challenge: to produce a short film in just 48 hours, based on data elements.
Competition starts: May 12th at 7:00 pm
Competition ends: May 14th a7 7:00 pm
Awards: May 20th at 9:00 pm
Colonne Sonore Competition
Aimed at noise-makers and musicians of all ages, it invites the creation of the soundtrack for the theme song of the festival.
Magic lantern show with live music, short theater show, illustration exhibition, meeting with Puppy Walkers, bee workshop, international meeting for sharing good film literacy practices.