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10 February 2014 à 15:28
The 36th Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival came to an end with its closing ceremony and awards presentation held Sunday, February 8, 2014.
A French film was honored in this year's International Competition section, with Juke-Box by Ilan Klipper picking up the Special Jury Prize. In this film, the singer Christophe plays a version of his own image as a legendary pop star living a reclusive existence in his apartment. To celebrate the film, Christophe came to Clermont-Ferrand to perform his hit song Les Mots Bleus, to the delight of audiences (photo).
See the complete awards list at the festival's official website.
Next year's festival will be held from January 30 through February 7, 2015.
Awards in the National Competition
Best Original Music
Zackary Miskin for Scars of Cambodia by Alexandre Liebert
Emilie Arfeuil and Alexandre Liebert for Scars of Cambodia by Alexandre Liebert
Todo se puede by Elias Belkeddar
Special Mentions from the National Jury
Acting: Laetitia Dosch in Extrasystole (by Alice Douard) and Ennui ennui (by Gabriel Abrantes)
Acting: Martine Schambacher in Wherever Comes the Pain From (by Khalil Cherti)
Pedro Misfortune (by Camila Beltrán)
Sexy Dream (by Christophe Le Masne)
Lame de fond (by Perrine Michel)
Best First Fiction
T'étais où quand Michael Jackson est mort? by Jean-Baptiste Pouilloux
Latest update : 12 February 2014 à 15:28 CET
Christophe Le Masne