The 11th Mobile Film Festival reveals its winners
The Mobile Film Festival has unveiled its winners. In this year of mobilization for the climate as part of the COP 21, it has been a very special edition, sponsored by the United Nations. Would-be filmmakers had to propose a one-minute film on "Act on climate change."
This event supported by BNP Paribas has awarded the Grand Prix to the film "No Sense", by Julien Lessi and Franck Monsigny, who has received a BNP Paribas grant of € 30,000 to make a film in one year.
The Best Foreign Film Prize has gone to the Comorian Zainou El Abidine, for "Neglected Earth", entirely in stop motion, who has earned a BNP Paribas grant of € 15,000 to create a short film in one year.
The Award for Best Screenplay has been awarded to Jeremy Bernard and Guillaume Desjardins, for "Criminals", featuring the Best Actor Award, Ughetto Bastien and Etienne Menard, in an unexpected police interrogation.
The Award for Best Actress has praised the performance of Safia Hadjhadjeb in "Wonderful Accounts" of Nicolas Bruneaux and the Audience Award goes to "Parametric" of the Sri Lankan Amila Kumarasinghe, sacred by the Internet users, which have been 2.4 million to vote for him.
The Bloggers Award is awarded to "The Blue Planet" Mathieu Lamboley.
The jury was composed of Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles, of French actress Isabelle Vitari, Yacine Ait Kaci the designer, Hicham Ayouch the director, and the Haitian actor Jimmy Jean-Louis.