Cultural mediation


The access to culture and image education program and the Canadian Film Festival have decided to join forces to make cinema accessible to everyone. The aim of this partnership is to enable the Norman population, who never or very rarely visit theatres, to see films. The challenge is also to be part of an educational approach to image education, i. e. to give this audience the opportunity to approach cinema in a different way. Once again this year, the partnership between Foyer Henry-IV, Ravelin and the Festival is helping people with disabilities in Dieppan cultural life and combating social exclusion.


For the third year in a row, the Festival and the Dieppe Kiwanis Club are joining forces to bring cinema to young audiences. Along with the young people of the Social Centre Archipel à dieppe, a workshop "Discovery of cinema" is organized and will give rise to the production of a video clip, which will be shown at the end of the year. This partnership also allows us to organize a youth session for school audiences during the Festival.



Once again this year, the Festival, Normandie Image and the Protection de l' enfance are joining forces to welcome a group of young people for a breakaway by the sea. The program includes a visit to Dieppe and a tour of Dieppe, as well as an invitation to watch films from the competition and to attend the closing night.

The Youth Jury

As part of the partnership with the City of Dieppe, a Jury composed of young people from the Dieppoise region will be accompanied by the organizing committee. They will have the pleasure of attending the entire festival and awarding a prize to the cinematographic work of their choice.