July 8, 16, 23, 30 – August 6, 13, 20, 2020
Reception at 8pm, screening at 9.30pm
The first edition of the “Porquerolles Film Festival” will take place from July 8 to August 27, 2020. Its open-air film programme will last throughout July and August on the island of Porquerolles.
On the occasion of the opening ceremony on the Place d’Armes in Porquerolles, the festival will pay tribute to Anna Karina. The actress, who passed away this year, played in “Pierrot le Fou”, a cult film partly shot in Hyères and Porquerolles. A tribute will also be paid to Jean Rochefort, a mythical actor who lived on the island.
The closing ceremony of the festival will take place on Thursday 27th August. A jury made up of personalities from the world of cinema and the environment will award the “Porquerolles Award” for a film on the environment.
From July 8 to August 20, Villa Carmignac will host screenings every Thursday evening. For the occasion, the Villa’s teams have created an open-air cinema in the gardens. Reception will start at 8pm, with the possibility of having a meal on site. The session will start at 9.30pm.
A special film-concert session, at the initiative of the Porquerolles Jazz Festival, will also take place in the gardens.
Admission is free upon reservation by sending a request to email@example.com, or via our ticket office.
The festival is organised by the Porquerolles Festival association, the Institut Henri Langlois and the Villa Carmignac. With the support of the city of Hyères and the Métropole TPM, in partnership with the Port-Cros National Park.
The festival’s programme focuses on the theme of the environment and heritage films. It echoes the exhibition “Carmignac Photojournalism Award : 10 Years of Reportage”, with Amazonia as its main theme.
- July 16 : “The Emerald Forest”, John Boorman
- July 23 : “Changer le monde”, Franck Cassenti
- July 30 : “The Salt of the Earth”, Wim Wenders
- August 6 : “City of God”, Fernando Meirelles
- August 13 : “The lost city of Z”, James Gray and Kátia Lund
- August 20 : “Once upon a forest”, Luc Jacquet