LIM MEET 2021

Presentation of LIM2021 sixteen Feature Film projects & Brainstorming moment

On 8-9 November 2021, on the beaches of Western Brittany (France) and broadcasted worldwide online, LIM MEET will be stepping into a new world.

First and foremost, the new world paved by the sixteen feature film projects selected in 2021 among 400 candidates from 75 countries. Each of them selected for their humanist perspective into tomorrow. First to second features from filmmakers with substance! They will all be presented to the Industry Professionals from 9 am to 1 pm on Monday 8 November and have the opportunity to meet producers afterwards.

Secondly, a brainstorming moment – Rethinking the Meaning factory: StoryTANK Insights – involving researchers & producers, will occur on Tuesday 9 November at 9.30 am: Don’t we need Meaning Makers more than ever? What impact Films have on Society?

LIM is digging from now on into a new path. It becomes ‘The European feature film development programme for committed filmmakers in a changing world’. Because working with limitations as a development/research tool to trigger both creativity and substance for films is the frame of mind we want to foster in a time of intense concern for sustainability and meaning.
How independent filmmakers now will work and conceive their films is becoming highly political in the best possible sense. We need free films to reach humans, spectators, citizens. We need films to carry meaning in a world where materialism has shaped a consumption of void on big screens.

These are the thematics that will be at the heart of the exchanges during these two days.

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* LIM | Less is More is supported by Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union, LIM is led by Le Groupe Ouest(France), developed with Control N (Romania), Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds – VAF (Belgium), and Krakow Festival Office – KBF (Poland), in partnership with the Lithuanian Film Centre – LKC, the Norwegian Film Institute – NFI, Region Bretagne (France), as well as Screen Scotland (UK), and Focal (Switzerland).