History of the Festival
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The Festival de la Fiction TV is the major meeting existing between professionals and the general public, to discover together the unreleased films of the audiovisual creation for the 2015/2016 season.

More than 60 French and European films presented in official competition, out of competition and in special screenings. Not forgetting debates and festive events which are also highlights of the Festival. In 17 years of existence, the
Festival de la Fiction TV became one of the most important meeting places of television in France and the first event about fiction.

It was the will of giving the leading role to the small screen that encouraged Quentin Raspail to create the
Festival de la Fiction TV. So, each year in September, the Festival reveals unreleased TV fiction works, offering all the diversity of the francophone and international audiovisual creation. The aim is to give the floor to those who make and liven up TV fiction, but also to thank the general public which enables works to exist. Interaction between film directors, producers, actors, composers, scriptwriters, studio managers, technicians, distributors, institutional partners, official partners and the general public creates a unique moment where a lot of projects see the light. The screenings of films in competition come one after another at the pace of aperitifs, lunches, dinners, ceremonies, debates, press conferences, meetings, out-of-competition films and professional workshops. It is an essential moment of expression, promotion and visibility for fiction, and overall a real springboard for the future of creation.