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24 5月 2004 へ 13:02

Cannes 2004: 43rd International Critics' Week awards

French films scooped up numerous awards at the 43rd International Critics' Week, including the Grand Prix, jointly awarded to "Brodeuses" by Eléonore Faucher (France) and "Or (Mon Trésor)" by Keren Yedaya (France/Israel).
The Critics' Week Grand Prix, given out by the press, comes with a €5,000 cash prize and an invitation to spend 3 months in residence at the Moulin d'Ande for each director.

Like the Grand Prize, the SACD Prize (which this year attributed for the first time a €1,500 cash prize to one of the screenwriters of the 7 feature films selected) was jointly awarded to Eléonore Faucher and Gaëlle Macé for "Brodeuses" and Keren Yedaya and Sari Ezouz for "Or (Mon Trésor)."


Other awards:
- Canal + Prize for Best Short Film: "Ryan" by Chris Landreth (Canada)
- Kodak Discovery Prize for a Short Film: "Ryan" by Chris Landreth (Canada)
- FIPRESCI Prize awarded to "Atash" ("Thirst") by Tawfik Abu Wael (Israel/Palestine)
- (Very) Young Critics' Prize for a Short Film: "Ryan" by Chris Landreth (Canada)
- (Very) Young Critics' Prize for a Feature Film: "Or (Mon Trésor)" by Keren Yedaya (France/Israel)
- Regards Jeunes (Youth Prize) for a Short Film: "L’Homme sans ombre" by Georges Schwizgebel (Canada/Switzerland)
- Regards Jeunes (Youth Prize) for a Feature Film: "Or (Mon Trésor)" by Keren Yedaya (France/Israel)
- Rail d’Or for Best Short Film: "Alice et moi" by Micha Wald (Belgium)
- Grand Rail d’Or for Best Feature Film: "CQ2 (Seek You Too)" by Carole Laure (Canada/France)

Author : 広報部

最終更新日 : 23 4月 2009 へ 13:02 CEST

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