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07 November 2014 à 10:26

Marie Heurtin honored at the Tübingen Film Festival

The film by Jean-Pierre Améris starring Isabelle Carré and young newcomer Ariana Rivoire was selected for the Audience Award at the 31st Tübingen|Stuttgart International French-Language Film Festival.

Marie Heurtin by Jean-Pierre Améris has picked up the Audience Prize at the 31st Tübingen|Stuttgart International French-Language Film Festival.

This award was presented on Wednesday evening. Also at the awards ceremony, UniFrance Films and the Bade-Wurtemberg (MFG)'s Film and Media Festival Company—who are both partners of this festival—jointly presented a Distribution Prize valued at €20,000 to Leonine (Concorde Filmverleih) to support the film's release in Germany, which is scheduled for January 1, 2015.

The festival's Grand Prize went to Hope by Boris Lojkine, while Reda Kateb won the Best Actor Award for his role in Insecure and Endurance Newton was voted Best Actress for her performance in Hope.

You can find the complete awards list here.

Author : Grégory Alexandre

Latest update : 24 November 2014 à 10:26 CET


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Leonine (Concorde Filmverleih)

Activities :  Foreign distributor (feature film), Buyer (feature films)

Recent filmography : Rebels, The House that Jack Built, The Man who Killed Don Quixote, ...



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Activities external to film production :  Cultural/professional organization

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Tübingen | Stuttgart International French-language Film Festival - 2014

Type : Feature film and short film festival

Theme : French-language

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