Clermont-Ferrand 2024




Wednesday, 7 Feb.
16:00 / G. Conchon Theatre

Baltic Shorts is a film collection containing the freshest short films from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Seven animation and fiction films will be made available for industry professionals to experience the brightest and freshest new films from the region. Many of the films are work-in-progress or just recently finished and looking for distribution, sales opportunities or festival premieres.

Short Film Project OUT

dir. Kristijonas Dirsė (Lithuania)
Tuesday-Wednesday, 6-7 Feb.
at Euro Connection Co-production Forum 2024

Federico, a 5-year-old Colombian boy, moves to a new country where he feels out of place at his new pre-school and home, but does not know how to express it. Language and cultural barriers prevent him from not only connecting with his peers but also figuring out where the pre-school’s toilet is. The story unfolds through Federico’s perspective, as he overcomes his struggles to navigate and understand the new world around him.


Wednesday, 7 Feb.
at Baltic Shorts stand no. E4


Agne Skane (Latvia)
Atom Art
at Euro Connection Co-production Forum 2024


Films in Competition


Market Screening


Estonian films


Latvian films


Lithuanian films


Films in Panorama




Baltic Shorts is the collective name for the film institutions and festivals from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania that present and promote the best Baltic shorts for the international film community.

This year the delegation of Baltic Shorts at the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market consists of representatives from PÖFF Shorts (Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival), Estonian Film Institute, Riga International Short Film Festival 2ANNAS, SHORT RIGA at Riga International Film Festival, National Film Centre of Latvia and Lithuanian Short Film Agency Lithuanian Shorts. Have a look at our delegation HERE.