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Festivals & events

10 February 2014 à 19:24

Clermont-Ferrand 2014: Awards

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

Grand Prize
Butter Lamp by Wei Hu (France, China)

Special Jury Prize
Molii by Carine May, Mourad Boudaoud, Yassine Qnia, Hakim Zouhani

Best Original Music
Zackary Miskin for Scars of Cambodia by Alexandre Liebert

Best Cinematography
Emilie Arfeuil and Alexandre Liebert for Scars of Cambodia by Alexandre Liebert

ACSÉ Prize
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)

Audience Prize
Inupiluk by Sébastien Betbeder

Student Youth Prize
In Vain by Arthur Harari

Canal + Prize
Kid's Stuff by Émilie Noblet

Best First Fiction
T'étais où quand Michael Jackson est mort? by Jean-Baptiste Pouilloux

Best Animated Film
Women's Letters by Augusto Zanovello

Adami Prize for Acting
Adel Bencherif in The Runaway by Jean-Bernard Marlin
Nina Mélo in Vos violences by Antoine Raimbault

Procirep Prize for a Short Film Producer
Envie de Tempête Productions - Frédéric Dubreuil

Télérama Press Award
The Runaway by Jean-Bernard Marlin

Special Mentions from the Télérama Press Award Jury
The Lost Cause by Arthur Harari
Shadow by Lorenzo Recio

Author : Grégory Alexandre

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