Rimouski Carrousel International Film Festival



Le Carrousel International du Film de Rimouski is North America's only film festival for French-speaking youth. It provides a unique opportunity for the public to discover a range of film productions aimed at young people from the four corners of the globe.

Each year, the festival which was created in 1982, includes a competitive event that premieres approximatively twenty films in short and long film categories.

The awards, the Camerios, are given to the winning films in 6 categories.

An exclusive feature of the festival is its Jury, which is composed entirely of young people between the ages of 14 and 17, from all over the world. The Jury is autonomous and its decisions are not subject to the approval of adults.

Hungarian films at the festival

2002 - Abandoned - Best Feature Film,

Best Screenplay: Árpád Sopsits,

Best Actor: Tamás Mészáros,

Prize of CIFEJ
(in competition) (winner)

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