15-22 december 2018 D-87

Program

2017 Awards

Crystal Arrow

Lean On Pete by Andrew HAIGH
Given by France Télévisions

Grand Jury Award

Nico, 1988 by Susanna NICCHIARELLI

Public’s Choice Award

What Will People Say by Iram HAQ

Award for Best Actress

Maria-Victoria DRAGUS for her role in Mademoiselle Paradis by Barbara ALBERT

Award for Best Actor

Charlie PLUMMER for his role in Lean On Pete by Andrew HAIGH

Award for Best Original Score

James Edward BAKER for the original score of Lean On Pete by Andrew HAIGH
Given by the SACEM

Award for Best Cinematography

Magnus Nordenhof JØNCK for the film Lean On Pete by Andrew HAIGH

Best Short Film Award

Los Desheredados by Laura FERRES
Given by Transfuge and sponsored by Sundance TV

Special Mention

Koropa by Laura HENNO

Young Jury Award

The Captain by Robert SCHWENTKE

Special Mention

What Will People Say by Iram HAQ

Given by the high school pupils of Bourg Saint Maurice, Albertville and Chambéry 

Press Award

Arrhythmia by Boris KHLEBNIKOV

Special Mention

The Captain by Robert SCHWENTKE

The Press Jury is composed of Ariane Allard from Positif / Causette, Valérie Beck from Femme actuelle, Laurent Djian from Pèlerin and Studio Ciné Live, Nathalie Simon from the Figaro and Baptiste Thion from the Journal du dimanche.

Cineuropa Award

Disappearance by Boudewijn KOOLE
The Cineuropa Award attributed to a co-produced film or co-produced by a country member of the MEDIA programme or Eurimages programme.

The 20 Minutes of Audacity Prize

The Captain by Robert SCHWENTKE
The 20 Minutes of Audacity Prize is given by a jury of 6 journalists from the daily 20 Minutes and a young reader of the daily newspaper "20 Minutes".

Femme de cinéma Sisley/Les Arcs Prize

The award "Femme de cinéma Sisley/Les Arcs" is an award committed to the promotion of women who are making today’s European cinema. Its purpose is to increase the media, the professionals and the audience's awareness to the discriminations against women in the cinema industry.

This year, the young and talented Norwegian director Iram Haq was awarded the prize. Her latest feature film What Will People Say was also in competition.

Work in Progress Prizes
  • the Eurimages Lab Project prize, worth 50.000 euros in cash and awarded to a project presenting an innovative aspect in its form or narration, and that must respect the following criteria: 
    - cooperation/coproduction between at least two countries
    - the main producing country must be a member of Eurimages
    - the project hasn’t already been granted a Eurimages coproduction aid. 

    granted to the project GOLD IS ALL THERE IS by Andrea Caccia (Italy) produced by Dugong Films (Italy), Picofilms (France) and Rough Cat (Switzerland).

  • the TitraFilm prize, worth 10.000 euros in image/sound post-production services for a Work In Progress project non-eligible for the Eurimages prize.

    granted to the project GIRL by Lukas Dhont (Belgium) produced by Menuet (Belgium), Frakas Productions (Belgium) and Topkapi Films (Netherlands).

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