The winners and recipients of the 48th Festival du nouveau cinéma.
Here is the complete list of 2019's Awards, including short films (for all the special mentions for short films, see HERE).
The International Competition (feature films) jury is composed of Hayet BENKARA, Caroline DHAVERNAS et Brandon HARRIS.
Best feature film in the International Competition ($15,000 cash from Quebecor).
BEANPOLE by Kantemir Balagov
Best actor or actress in a feature film in the Internationale Competition.
Ingvar E. Sigurðsson for A WHITE, WHITE DAY by Hlynur Pálmason
Jury's Special Mention to Sandra Drzymalska & Claudio Segaluscio of SOLE by Carlo Sironi
Recognizes a work in the International Competition that stands out for its daring aesthetics, creative use of new technologies and/or groundbreaking treatment of a sensitive subject matter.
DIVINO AMOR by Gabriel Mascaro
Jury's Special Mention to CANCIÓN SIN NOMBRE by Melina León
The International Competition (short films) jury is composed of Meryam JOOBEUR, Fanny-Laure MALO et Raphaël OUELLET.
Best short film in the International Competition ($5,000 cash).
Blessed Land by Phạm Ngọc Lân
The National Competition (features films) jury is composed of Geraldine BRYANT, Kasia KARWAN et Boyd VAN HOEIJ.
Best feature film of the competition ($1,000 cash and $15,000 in equipment rental and post-production services awarded by Post-Moderne).
THE BODY REMEMBERS WHEN THE WORK BROKE OPEN by Kathleen Hepburn & Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
Most promising feature film of the competition ($30,000 in advertising services from Quebecor).
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Matthew Rankin
Short film People’s Choice Award presented by MELS ($5 000 in film equipment rental awarded by MELS).
Jarvik by Emilie Mannering
The National Competition (short films) jury is composed of Anne GASCHUTZ, Sang-Hoon LEE et Enrico VANNUCCI.
Best short film in the National Competition ($15,000 in camera and/or post-production services awarded by CineGround).
Oracle by Aaron Poole
The FIPRESCI jury is composed of Ernesto Diez Martinez, Jean-Max Mejean, Guillaume Potvin.
Best first feature from any section.
CANCIÓN SIN NOMBRE by Melina León
Best feature film of the competition ($2,000 cash from Brian Bronfman Family Foundation).
AND THEN WE DANCED by Levan Akin
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (feature films) jury is composed of Miryam CHARLES, Lou SCAMBLE et Marina SERRAO.
Best feature film of the competition($1,000 cash from Main Film).
Best feature of the competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform).
RALF’S COLOURS by Lukas Marxt
Jury's Special Mention to SERPENTÁRIO by Carlos Conçeião
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (short films) jury is composed of John BLOUIN, Jaime MANRIQUE et Mégane VOGHELL.
Best animated short films of the competition.
Best short film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition ($5,000 in creative residency at Main Film and 1,500 cash from Mubi).
The Physics of Sorrow by Theodore Ushev
Best short film in the Nouveaux alchimistes nternational competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform).
Last year when the train passed by by Huang Pang-Chuan
Best feature film of the competition ($500 cash and $500 in hot sauces awarded by La Pimenterie).
BACURAU by Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles
The P'tits Loups jury is composed of young movie lovers (8-12 y.o.) : Roman Dimitrov, Clémence Boisvenue, Laurianne Desrosiers, Adèle Richer, Clara Soret, Kiyane Racine.
Best short film in the P’tits Loups section.
LE REFUGE DE L’ÉCUREUIL by Chaïtane Conversat
RPCÉ jury is composed of Ryan BADEN, Catherine LEGARÉ-PELLETIER, Kristina WAGENBAUER.
Best student short film(2 000$ grant awarded by Netflix and a research and creation residency in collaboration with the invited international school.
ILHA DA RAINHA by Kayla Fragman
Particularly distinguished student short film($ 2,000 in crowdfunding services on Ulule and a Cru-Drive DCP from 123dcp).
Surface Tension by Devon Pennick-Reilly
Best film pitch for first feature and medium length fiction projects in development ($10,000 prize awarded by Netflix).
Vampire humaniste cherche suicidaire consentant, directed by Ariane Louis-Seize, written by Ariane Louis-Seize & Christine Doyon and produce by Jeanne-Marie Poulain (art&essai).
The FNC Explore jury is composed of Myriam ACHARD, Toby COFFEY, Jean DUBOIS, Dario LAVERDE, Anna TICKTIN.
The most innovative work for new platforms ($5,000 cash from wrnch).
COMMON GROUND by Darren Emerson
Best virtual reality 360 film.
LAST WHISPERS: AN IMMERSIVE ORATORIO by Lena Herzog
Best student work in virtual reality ($20,000 in studio rental and artist residency at Zú).
PLAYTIME By Catherine Bazinet, Maxime Boisvert, Ronan Le Gall, Alexis Maher & Charles Tétreault
They call me Asylum Seeker by Tamara Shogaolu
All winners will be presented with an award created and sculpted by the sculptor Pierre Dupras.Rendez-vous next year for the 49th edition of the FNC!
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