Jury’s grand prize

Anna 

by Or Sinai
fiction, 2014, 15 min
school:The Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, Jerusalem, Israël

It’s a ho summer day, and for the first time in years Anna unexpectedly finds herself alone, without her son. She sets out for a free night, roaming the streets of her smile desert town, looking for a man who can touch her.


Jury’s special prize

Valentina

by Maximilian Feldman 
documentary, 2016, 51 min
school:Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany

A slum in a Romani neighborhood. 10-year-old Valentina invites us to meet her family. That follows are bizarre anecdotes, daydreams and documentary observations.


Best direction’s prize

Millimeterle

by Pascal Reinmann
fiction, 2015, 16 min
school: ZHdK, Switzerland

An indoor swimming pool at night. Body modification, group pressure and growing sexual curiosity drive a group of teenagers to a dangerous balancing and challenging game.


Best screenplay’s prize

Out of Reach

by Efrat Rasner
fiction, 2015, 20 min
school:The Sam Spiegel Film & Television School, Jerusalem, Israël

Hagar works at a photo store where she converts old videotapes to new digital files. A lonely, quiet young woman, she finds herself fascinated by a young man she sees in a forgotten video.


Public’s prize

Valentina

by Maximilian Feldman
documentary, 2016, 51 min
school:Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany

A slum in a Romani neighborhood. 10-year-old Valentina invites us to meet her family. That follows are bizarre anecdotes, daydreams and documentary observations.


Student jury’s prize

Fuerza bruta

by Laura Baumeister
fiction, 2016, 39 min
school : Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, Mexico

Lina wants to become an animal and is willing to try it. Eduardo wants to tame her but he can’t.


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La Fabrique à Histoires’ Prize

Novembre

by Marjolaine Perreten
fiction-animation, 2015, 4 min
school: La Poudrière, France

Autumn has settled on the creek bank. Some little animals get busy preparing the long winter ahead.


Amnesty International France Prize

Jytte – A Danish Hero 

by Morten Zachariassen
fiction-animation, 2016, 15 min.
school:Den Danske Filmskole, Denmark

Jytte lives in the allotment association Dannevang with her neighbours: the naive Jacob and the paranoid Mr. Schlect. Everything is peaceful, until Jytte receives a refugee, Claus, as a parcel.


Amnesty International France Prize

Valentina

by Maximilian Feldman
documentary, 2016, 51 min
school:Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany

A slum in a Romani neighborhood. 10-year-old Valentina invites us to meet her family. That follows are bizarre anecdotes, daydreams and documentary observations. 


French Critics’ Discovery Mention

Tutte le cose sono piene di lei 

by Maria Tilli 
fiction, 2015, 22 min
school: Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italia

Carmela, 92, as tough as the place where she spent her whole life, wishes to go with dignity. Her young granddaughter Martina will stay by her side for her last days.


French Critics’ Discovery Prize

Millimeterle 

by Pascal Reinmann 
fiction, 2015, 16 min
school: ZHdK, Switzerland

An indoor swimming pool at night. Body modification, group pressure and growing sexual curiosity drive a group of teenagers to a dangerous balancing and challenging game.

 

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