Normandy World War 2 International Film Festival 2018
The WW2 Foundation is an American non-profit organization that organizes educational activities for the memory of World War II. It organizes in 2017 the 1st International Film Festival of the Second World War. This great event takes place in Normandy at the Utah Beach Museum in Sainte-Marie-du-Mont and in Carentan from Friday June 1st to Monday June 4th, 2018 on the occasion of the D-Day and Battle of Normandy 74th anniversary.
Thirty films and documentaries are broadcast during this first edition of the World War II International Film Festival. They will be screened every evening on 2, 3 and 4 June 2017 at the Le Cotentin cinema in Carentan-Les-Marais, from 6 pm to midnight.
Categories of the 2018 Normandy WW2 International Film Festival:
- Outstanding World War II Feature Film
- Outstanding World War II Documentary Film
- Outstanding World War II Short Film
- Outstanding Veteran Produced World War II Film
- Outstanding Student Produced World War II Film
- Outstanding Writer World War II Documentary Film
- Outstanding Videography World War II Documentary Film
As part of the Normandy 2018 World War II International Film Festival, many activities will be presented to the public, including an opening ceremony organized on June 1st at the Utah Beach Museum (Sainte-Marie-du- Mont), interviews with actors, directors and producers of films and documentaries in competition, interviews with veterans and presentations of the latest video games technologies.
For more information about the 2018 Normandy World War 2 International Film Festival, please visit the official website.