Déplacer Les Montagnes
This program consists of inviting major social issues into every part of our festival, in an approach that is both humble, constructive and committed. Cinema is a formidable tool for alerting, raising awareness and inspiring enthusiasm on the subjects of ecology, living together, and a cinema that is more inclusive and more representative of the diversity of our societies.
Déplacer les Montagnes means doing our part, as a film festival, to choose thought-provoking films, generating encounters, reflections, exchanges of experience and commitments for the future.
Within this framework, we organize for the general public:
- Workshops, conferences and debates on these societal themes;
- Presentation of the "Déplacer les Montagnes" award to a film that uses cinema to raise awareness of a subject or cause;
- For young audiences: meetings with Yann Arthus Bertrand, environmental activist Camille Etienne, committed Youtubers Akim Omiri and Jérémy Nadeau, and the On est prêt collective;
- Production and broadcast of a nine-episode podcast on the subject, available on SoundCloud and Apple Podcast.