Awards #4

7 May 2019 – 21:00 – Vendôme

Come and applaud the winners of this 22nd edition!

Excess Will Save Us

Morgane Dziurla-Petit

Excess Will Save Us
Country Sweden
Genre Documentary
2018 - 14' 25" - Color
THE GRAND PRIX
(INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION )

In a small village of the North of France, an attack alert has been set off due to the combination of two events: the beginning of the hunting season and an argument between drunk Polish workers.

D’un château l’autre

Emmanuel Marre

D'un chateau l'autre
Country Belgium
Genre Documentary
2018 - 40' - Color
THE CRITIC 'UPCB/UCC' AWARD
(NATIONAL COMPETITION)

Spring 2017, during the French presidential election. Pierre, 25 years old and on a scholarship for a prestigious Parisian School, is housed by Francine, who is 75, disabled and confined to her wheelchair. Their political opinions and social backgrounds are opposite but they still confide in each other.

Sisters

Daphne Lucker

Sisters
Country Netherlands
Genre Fiction
2018 - 15' - Color
THE AUDIENCE INTERNATIONAL AWARD
(NEXT GENERATION COMPETITION )

Three sisters grow up in a broken home. They are at each other’s mercy and survive as long as they are together. But is their loving connection strong enough to endure their gloomy surroundings?

CUL

Michiel Blanchart

CUL
Country Belgium
Genre Fiction
2019 - 15' - Color
THE BE TV AWARD
(NATIONAL COMPETITION)

The excessive nights, the good atmosphere and the camaraderie reigns in the apartment of Gill, Rémi, Alwin and Patrick. They thought that their virile friendship was fool-proofed ... But Patrick hides an unsettling secret. A secret that could disrupt the balance of the group and distressed the whole world.