Rules and regulations

 

Article 1

The twelfth edition of the Ânûû-rû Âboro International Film Festival will be held in Pwêêdi Wiimîâ (Poindimié) in Kanaky-New Caledonia.

Article 2

The Ânûû-rû Âboro International Film Festival is committed to echo the words and aspirations of the indigenous peoples around the world, with a particular focus on peoples from the Pacific region.

Article 3

The artistic direction shall itself determine independently the official selection of the Festival and the sections in which the films are to be presented.

Article 4

Only short and feature films having been produced after 1 January 2016 are eligible for submission to the Festival.

Articles 5 : Registration and screening prerequisites

5.1 All the films applying for the official selection must be registered online, using the appropriate registration form.
5.2 Films must be submitted in their original language version with English or French subtitles.
5.3 The screening format can be a private link like Vimeo or a downloaded executable digital file (1 Go max).

Article 6 : Selection

By submitting their films, directors, producers and distributors allow Ânûû-rû Âboro to screen them as part of the official program of the Festival, and to use a two-minute extract as a trailer to promote the event as required.

Article 7 : Prize List

Grand prix of the Ânûû-rû Âboro International Film Festival, sponsored by CALEDONIA : to be presented to the best feature from the International selection, endowed with 300 000 Pacific Francs (2 500 €).
Tieti Hotel Award : special jury pick from the international selection, endowed with 150 000 Pacific Francs (1 250 €).
Medium length Award : to be presented to the best medium-length film in the international selection.
Federation of Secular Education Leagues Award : to be presented to the best short film in the international selection, endowed with 100 000 Pacific Francs (850 €).
NC1ère Award : to be presented to the best feature in the Pacific selection, endowed with 200 000 XFP (1 680€)
Bernheim Library Award : to be presented to the best medium-length in the Pacific selection, endowed with 150 000 Pacific Francs (1 250 €).
Tjibaou Cultural Centre Award : to be presented to the best short film in the Pacific selection, endowed with 100 000 Pacific Francs (850 €).
Cèikî Award : to be presented by Koniambo Nickel-KNS to the best local film, endowed with 300 000 Pacific Francs (2 500 €).
Young Public Award : to be presented by High school students.
Public Award : sponsored by the local daily Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes
7.1 The awarding of the various awards is the sole responsibility of each jury.
7.2 Awards and Prize money are paid out to the film producers. The Festival shall not be held responsible of, and shall not be drawn into, distribution issues arising from directors’ contractual duties. Ânûû-rû Âboro award-winning films will have the Festival logo prominently displayed on all promotional material such as posters, postcards, etc., as well as any press kits, which would be further produced for a distribution or a festival in France and abroad. The logo may also be displayed on the DVD or in the credits if the recipient wishes to. Non-awarded films may use the logo provided by the Festival in connexion with a reference to their participation to the 2017 edition on any promotional material, DVD or credits.

Article 8

Copies and screening formatformat : producers are requested to provide a digital file, a DVD or a Blu-ray for each of the selected work.

Article 9

A copy of all the selected films will be kept in the Ânûû-rû Âboro Collection and archivated by a competent service. The selected films are likely to be screened in the schools of New caledonia, free of charge, during the year following the festival.

Article 10

The festival does not charge any fee for submission. Your registration entails the acceptance of, and the compliance to, the provisions of these Terms of reference. In case of dispute, the French text shall prevail.