Cinema is an art in perpetual evolution.

Of all the art forms, cinema is undoubtedly the one that has repeatedly changed its skin in just under 130 years since its birth.

Painting and literature have not changed. Today, a painter realizes his picture more or less with techniques similar to those of Michelangelo, or a writer finds himself on the white page just like Ernest Hemingway.

However, the essence of cinema has not changed and has remained the same since the time of Georges Méliès. It is an art that wants to tell stories and transmit emotions through moving images.

Every film reinvents cinema, especially the independent one, as it is freer than the one produced by the majors.

The NEW CINEMA FESTIVAL aims to discover the originality of filmmakers and screenwriters.