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DEAUVILLE Center International de Deauville> First half of September


Since its creation in September 1975, the Festival has been the unmissable rendezvous for the new cinematographic season with the presentation of more than 100 films and the presence of American actors and directors in Deauville. The Festival highlights the diversity of American cinema, from Hollywood productions to independent cinema films. It is open to the public and favors the meeting between cinema professionals and cinema enthusiasts.

About fifteen independent cinema films are presented in competition each year.
Tributes to the most outstanding personalities of American cinema are paid each year. Their name is inscribed on the lists of the Planches de Deauville.
The New Hollywood section invites young actors and actresses. 
Uncle Sam's Docs feature documentaries on American society. 

The Grand Prize & the Jury Prize are awarded by the Festival jury 
The Louis Roederer Foundation Prize for Revelation awarded by the Revelation jury
The Critics' Prize is awarded by critics and journalists
The Public Prize of the City of Deauville, awarded by the City of Deauville after the vote of the festival-goers.

In addition to the public prize, which invites everyone to give their opinion, a programming schedule that allows you to see the entire selection of the Festival in its three rooms - CID, Cinéma Le Morny and Cinéma du Casino - the festival schedules meetings with professionals from the cinema. The public also has an appointment on the Planches de Deauville for the unveiling of the names of the actors or directors who receive a tribute. 


The history of the Festival, soon online

My travel book