2015 Awards

Crystal Arrow

The Crystal arrow in partnership with Digimage has been awarded to the icelandic feature film Sparrows by Rúnar Rúnarsson.

Grand Jury prize

The Grand Jury prize has been awarded to the french film Bang Gang (a modern love story) by Eva Husson.

Public’s Choice Award

The Public’s Choice Award, in partnership with France 4 has been awarded to the Irish film Room by Lenny Abrahamson.

Award for best actress

The award for best actress has been given to the actress Manal Issa for her performance in Parisienne by Danielle Arbird.

Award for best actor

The award for best actor has been given to the actor Atli Óskar Fjalarsson for his performance in Sparrows by Rúnar Rúnarsson.

Prize for Best Original Score

The prize for Best Original Score, in partnership with the SACEM has been awarded to White Sea for the film Bang Gang (a modern love story) by Eva Husson.

Prize for Best Cinematography

The prize for Best Cinematography has been awarded to Sophia Olsson for the film Sparrows by Rúnar Rúnarsson.

Young Jury Prize

The students of Bourg Saint Maurice, Albertiville and Chambery have given the Young Jury Prize, in partnership with Engie to the film Bang Gang (a modern love story) by Eva Husson. 

Best short film prize

The best short film prize, in partnership with Transfuge has been given to Sali (Mardi) by de Ziya Demirel as well as two special mentions awarded to Le repas dominical by Céline Devaux and Vous voulez une histoire? By Antonin Peretjatko.

Cineuropa prize

The Cineuropa prize is awarded to a film produced or coproduced by a country that is member of the MEDIA program or the Eurimages program. This year, the prize has been awarded to Bang Gang by Eva Husson. 

Press Prize

The Press Prize has been awarded to the icelandic feature film Sparrows by Rúnar Rúnarsson.

Work-in-Progress prize

The Work-in-Progress prize, in partnership with Digimage has been awarded to Son of Sofia, the second feature film of Greek director Elina Psykou.

Arte-Coproduction Village prize

The Arte-Coproduction Village prize has been awarded by Rémi Burah to Disco Boy, a franco-italian project by Giacomo Abbruzzese produced by Juliette Sol from Stromboli Films.