What is a cookie?
A cookie is a data file sent from a website and stored on your browser when you visit a website. It enables anonymous information about visits and visitors to be stored temporarily. Each time a user visits the site, the data from their previous visit are retrieved. Some cookies are necessary for the use of a site, others can customise and optimise the display of content to retrieve user preferences and still others measure a site’s performance and anomalies and secure access to that site.
While browsing our website marchedufilm.com, we ask for permission to store cookies on your browser by default. These cookies allow us to measure and analyse the website’s audience and to allow the integration and playback of videos. You can accept or refuse all cookies except those for which your consent is not collected (cookies necessary for the proper functioning and navigation on the website, cookies enabling us to save your parameters).
What to do if you do not want cookies
You can block cookies or delete already inserted cookies, but please note that if you disable cookies some features will not be available on our website or on some other websites. You can set your browser to accept or reject all cookies, be notified when a cookie is issued, see its validity and its contents, and delete your cookies periodically. You can also type “Cookies” in the “Help” section of your browser to access the setup instructions. To learn more about cookies, including how cookies are inserted and how to manage and delete them, visit the CNIL website.
We collect some personal data when you contact us through the contact form. The processing of your personal data is necessary and mandatory to enable you to contact us, to process your request efficiently, and to be able to give you an answer. By contacting us, you consent to the processing of your personal data for the aforementioned purposes. These data are only treated by our teams and stored by the website provider. They are stored for 13 months and then deleted.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation No. 2016/679 and the amended French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, you possess multiple rights with regards to your personal data: the right of access, the right of modification, the right of deletion, the right to data portability, the right to restrict processing, the right to object to processing, as well as the right to define guidelines for the processing, storage and destruction or transfer of your data after your death.
You can exercise these rights by filling in the form below.