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03 December 2013 à 10:44

Discover the International Press Jury

For the 4th edition of the MyFrenchFilmFestival, 11 influential journalists from various countries will form the jury which will decide the winner of the International Press Prize.

Martin Bilodeau (Quebec) is the editor in chief of, and a film critic for Le Devoir, Elle Québec, and Radio-Canada.

Fernand Denis (Belgium) is the film critic of the Belgian daily La Libre Belgique, head of the film section of  Psychologies Magazine Belgique, and is regularly invited to participate in radio (RTBF and Twizz Radio) and television (RTBF) programs.

Anton Dolin (Russia) is a Russian film critic and a writer. He has been working in various sectors for 15 years - national radio and television, newspapers and magazines.

Barbara Hollender (Poland) is a journalist and film critic. President of the Polish section of the International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI), she is also a member of the European Film Academy.

Luo Jin (China) is a freelance film critic and has co-written many books concerned with film analysis. He is currently the editor in chief of IRIS an online magazine, and also manages, a collective Chinese film blog.

Elsa Keslassy (United States) covers the film entertainment industry in general, from new media through to animated films, special effects, and television, in France, Scandinavia, and throughout Benelux.

Cristina Nord (Germany) is the editor of the film column of the German daily Die Tageszeitung and regularly contributes to other media such as Der Standard (Vienna),, and WDR. She teaches film criticism at the Freie Universität in Berlin and is a member of the Duisburg Film Week selection committee.

Jonathan Romney (United Kingdom) is a film critic and filmmaker. He writes a weekly column for and is also editor in chief of the film reviews of the British Sunday newspaper The Independent. He also writes for The Observer, Sight & Sound, Film Comment and Screen International.

Cássio Starling (Brazil) is a film critic, film festival organizer, and researches film history.

Laura Seoane (Spain) is the editor of the cultural column of the Spanish daily La Razón, and covers film releases and major festivals, such as Venice and Saint Sebastien, for the newspaper.

Nancy Tartaglione (United States) is the international editor of the Deadline Hollywood website. From 2006 to 2013, she was editor in chief of, and the French correspondant and editorial advisor for and Screen International, as well as an independent writer for the New York Times' ‘DealBook’ blog.

Author : Manon Jessua

Latest update : 10 December 2013 à 10:44 CET

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