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The '''Paris International Fantastic Film Festival''' ('''PIFFF'''), was created in 2011 by the Paris Ciné Fantastique association as a venue for [[horror film|horror]], [[thriller (genre)|thriller]] and [[science fiction film|science fiction]] films.  It takes place in [[Paris]] every year in December, and has been recently presented by television station [[:fr:Ciné+]] and [[:fr:Mad Movies]] magazine.<ref>http://www.pifff.fr/news-en</ref> PIFFF has prizes in both feature length and short films.<ref>[http://collider.com/paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-2014/ Article from Collider about 2014 festival.]</ref><ref>[http://collider.com/paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-2015-dont-grow-up-bridgend/ Review from Collider of 2015 PIFFF festival]</ref> The most recent festival in December 2018 showed 26 films over 8 days and attracted over 10,000 attendees, making it one of the largest film festivals in the city of Paris.<ref>[https://www.rollingstone.fr/pifff-2018-report/ Article from Rolling Stone (in French) about the 2018 festival.]</ref><ref>[http://n3s4.mjt.lu/nl2/n3s4/lit14.html French language press release from PIFFF.</ref>
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The '''Paris International Fantastic Film Festival''' ('''PIFFF'''), was created in 2011 by the Paris Ciné Fantastique association as a venue for [[horror film|horror]], [[thriller (genre)|thriller]] and [[science fiction film|science fiction]] films.  It takes place in [[Paris]] every year in December, and has been recently presented by television station [[:fr:Ciné+]] and [[:fr:Mad Movies]] magazine.<ref>http://www.pifff.fr/news-en</ref> PIFFF has prizes in both feature length and short films.<ref>[http://collider.com/paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-2014/ Article from Collider about 2014 festival.]</ref><ref>[http://collider.com/paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-2015-dont-grow-up-bridgend/ Review from Collider of 2015 PIFFF festival]</ref> The most recent festival in December 2018 showed 26 films over 8 days and attracted over 10,000 attendees, making it one of the largest film festivals in the city of Paris.<ref>[https://www.rollingstone.fr/pifff-2018-report/ Article from Rolling Stone (in French) about the 2018 festival.]</ref><ref>[http://n3s4.mjt.lu/nl2/n3s4/lit14.html French language press release from PIFFF.]</ref>
  
 
MovieMaker magazine called the festival an "international platform for promising new talent."<ref>[https://www.moviemaker.com/archives/festivals/festival-wrap-the-paris-international-fantastic-film-festival/ MovieMaker magazine article from 2016.]</ref> The festival is held at the historic [[Max Linder Panorama]] theater in Paris.<ref>[https://screenanarchy.com/2017/11/the-paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-is-bringing-the-madness-to-france.html Article from ScreenAnarchy from 2017]</ref>
 
MovieMaker magazine called the festival an "international platform for promising new talent."<ref>[https://www.moviemaker.com/archives/festivals/festival-wrap-the-paris-international-fantastic-film-festival/ MovieMaker magazine article from 2016.]</ref> The festival is held at the historic [[Max Linder Panorama]] theater in Paris.<ref>[https://screenanarchy.com/2017/11/the-paris-international-fantastic-film-festival-is-bringing-the-madness-to-france.html Article from ScreenAnarchy from 2017]</ref>
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The Paris International Fantastic Film Festival (PIFFF), was created in 2011 by the Paris Ciné Fantastique association as a venue for horror, thriller and science fiction films. It takes place in Paris every year in December, and has been recently presented by television station fr:Ciné+ and fr:Mad Movies magazine.[1] PIFFF has prizes in both feature length and short films.[2][3] The most recent festival in December 2018 showed 26 films over 8 days and attracted over 10,000 attendees, making it one of the largest film festivals in the city of Paris.[4][5]

MovieMaker magazine called the festival an "international platform for promising new talent."[6] The festival is held at the historic Max Linder Panorama theater in Paris.[7]

Winners of the Golden Eye for Best Film[8]

Year Film title Director
2011 Bellflower Evan Glodell
2012 The Body Oriol Paulo
2013 Cheap Thrills E. L. Katz
2014 Spring Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead
2015 fr:Don't Grow Up fr:Thierry Poiraud
2016 Raw Julia Ducournau
2017 Tigers Are Not Afraid Issa López
2018 Freaks Adam Stein & Zach Lipovsky

Other genre film festivals

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