From December 10 to 13, 2022
Les Arcs Industry Village is a 3-day event happening during Les Arcs Film Festival. It gathers a selection of projects in development, films in post-production, the Talent Village and the Music Village.
WORK IN PROGRESS AWARDS
The award consists in €10,000 of post-production services image and/or sound.
The award is granted to Rossosperanza by Annarita Zambrano, produced by Mad Entertainment (Italy), Rai Cinema (Italy), TS Productions (France), Minerva Pictures (Italy).
The award has been attributed by a jury composed of: Ava Cahen (General Delegate, Cannes Critics’ Week), Louisa Dent (Managing Director, Curzon Artificial Eye) and Ursula Meier (Director).
Alphapanda Audience Engagement Award
Alphapanda attributes to one project an award of €5,000 - composed of €600 of advertising spend and €4,400 in-kind to develop a digital marketing strategy and implement a social media campaign around the awarded film’s festival premiere.
The award is granted to Veni Vidi Vici by Daniel Hoesl & Julia Niemann, produced by Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion (Austria).
The award was attributed by a jury composed of: Florence Gastaud (producer at Wild Bunch), Mathias Noschis (Film Marketing Strategist and Founder of Alphapanda) and Joanna Solecka (Film Marketing & Social Media strategist, Audience Design trainer and Head of Alphapanda's office in Warsaw).
22D Music Award
For the second time, Les Arcs Industry Village has the great pleasure to collaborate with 22D to award a prize of €10,000 for Music Composition. This award will be dedicated to the financing of the production of an original composition (€5,000 in-kinds and €5,000 in the form of an executive production service). The financing will be supported by a follow-up and monitoring at the music publishing level.
This award is granted to Hunters on a White Field by Sara Gyllenstierna, produced by MostAlice Film AB (Sweden).
The jury was composed of Ludovic Bource (Composer), Emmanuel Delétang (22D Music CEO) and Laetitia Pansanel-Garric (Composer).
TALENT VILLAGE AWARD
Universciné Talent Village Award
The award is a €2,000 award granted by UniversCiné to support the development of a project from the Talent Village selection.
The jury was composed of Julie Billy, producer at June Films (France), and Georges Goldenstern, former director of the Cannes Cinéfondation (France).
The award is granted to the project Not Coming Out by Pascal Schuh.
Talent Village Special Mention
A special mention is attributed to the project The Shame of the Borbély Family by Kálmán Nagy.
COPRODUCTION VILLAGE AWARD
An award of €6,000 is allocated by ArteKino International to one of the selected projects.
The 2022 award is granted to The Visitor by Vytautas Katkus, produced by M-Films (Lithuania).
The jury was composed of Rémi Burah (President of ArteKino Foundation and CEO of Arte France Cinema).
A selection of 18 European projects in development, the future of European cinema!
Work in Progress
A selection of 14 European projects in post-production. Submissions close on 12 October 2022.
Where music and cinema meet… up the mountains!
8 young directors selected to present their first feature project to industry professionals.
Transportation & Accreditations
Accreditations for the 2022 edition are open! You have until November 15 to request your pack.
The call for Works in Progress closes on 12 October 2022.
The call for Film Score Composers closes on 30 September 2022.
If you're a Film Distributor and would like to present a movie during our Summit event, please submit it before 30 September 2022 at this link.
The Industry Village will take place on 10-13 December, 2022.
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