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International long-length film

International long-length film competition Jury

International long-length film competition Jury

Sofie Benoot

Sofie Benoot (born in Bruges, 1985) lives and works in Brussels.
She studied documentary filmmaking at Sint-Lukas Brussels University College of Art and Design.

Her graduation film project Fronterismo (2007) won the VAF Wild Card Award at the Leuven International Film Festival and has been widely exhibited at international film festivals such as Cinéma du réel (Paris, France), Festival International de cine de la frontera (Juarez, Mexico), Alexandria film festival (VA, US),DocsDf (Mexico D.F, Mexico), Leeds international Film Festival (Leeds, United Kingdom), Torino Film Festival (Torino, Italy), International Women’s Film Festival (Dortmund / Cologne, Germany) and art institutions such as Argos and Beursschouwbourg in Brussels.

Blue Meridian is her first film project after graduating. It was one of the 13 projects selected for the first edition of FIDlab during FID Marseille 2009 where it won the first prize.
Desert Haze (2013), pitched at Mipdoc, Lisbondocs and Fifa, was selected for the International Competition at Visions du Réel Nyon.
GRAND PRIZE – RTBF Diffusion rights.

JURY AWARD – UNIVERSCINÉ: The Belgian on-demand platform for producers and distributors offers 2000 € in publication rights and DVD/VOD distribution.

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Belgian long-length film competition

Belgian long-length film competition Jury

Belgian long-length film competition Jury

Habiba Djahnine

Born in 1968, Habiba Djahnine grew up in Béjaïa, Algeria, where she became involved in the cultural, activist and associative life of her youth.

Today she is a poet, writer, filmmaker, film programmer, and teacher. She is the founder of the Rencontres cinématographiques de Béjaïa (2003-2007) and initiator of the documentary film creation workshops (2007-2017).

Furthermore, she regularly hosts conferences and symposiums, writes research articles in specialist magazines and collective books, and participates in the creation and coordination of cultural projects.
In 2012 she won the International award of the Prince Claus Fondation (Netherlands) for her entire work.
Belgian long-length film competition Jury

Léo Soesanto

Based in Paris, Léo Soesanto is a film journalist (for Les Inrockuptibles, Liberation) and film programmer.

For the Semaine de la Critique of the Cannes Film Festival, he was a member of the long length film selection committee (from 2009 to 2015) and since 2017 coordinates the short film selection.

He has also been a programmer for the Rotterdam Festival since 2016 and program director for the International film festival of Bordeaux since 2012.
GRAND PRIZE – FWB AWARD: 3500 € (for a French-speaking film)

JURY AWARD – SCAM: 2500 € (French-speaking film)

Studio l’Équipe AWARD: Five days of color grading (Belgian Film)

WIP, CBA et Dérives AWARD: material aid (3000 €) + artistic monitoring of the new project of the prize winner.

Jury Documentaire sur Grand Ecran

Jury Documentaire sur Grand Ecran

Nicolas Le Gac

Film programmer for the association "J’ai Vu Un Documentaire"
Film programmer for the association “J’ai Vu Un Documentaire”, that he co-founded in 2013. That aims to develop the diffusion of arthouse documentary cinema as well as image-education workshops in Brittany, Pays de l’Orient.

Nicolas Le Gac started his working life after a DEA in Cinema but especially thanks to his projectionist diploma, an activity he practiced for 5 years in art and experimental cinema Utopia, among others.
After a few years in the programming team of the Douarnenez film festival, he starts the “J’ai Vu Un Documentaire” adventure with fellow Gallic diehards.

Since 2017 he has also been in charge of the documentary competition of the Festival International du Film Insulaire de l’Île de Groix.
Jury Documentaire sur Grand Ecran

Laurence Conan

Business Developer - Documentaire sur grand écran
After studying history, political science and cinema, Laurence Conan has worked in editing, production and project analysis in documentary and fiction film.

Since 2005, she is has been the development officer for Documentaire sur grand écran, a French association that promotes documentary film.

She leads a network of promoters active throughout the country.For over 25 years Documentaire sur grand écran has been promoting documentary cinema by means of diffusion, distribution, publishing and through trainings and awareness-raising activities for professionals and the general public.

DSGE designs and organises thematic programs (series, events, retrospective festivals) and meetings in Paris at the Forum des Images and MK2 Quai de Loire, on a regular basis.

The association encourages and coordinates the circulation of the films from its catalog (250 titles) in France and Francophone countries. And it proposes a support facility that aims to give distributors its experience and expertise in the release of arthouse documentary films. Thus, it supports and gives advice to the distributor for the release of the film in theaters.

The group of films, about 300 every year, are suggested to a network of partner structures (film theaters, associations, festivals, multimedia libraries) throughout the country.

The website operates as a resource center used by professionals. Members may watch many films from the catalog online.

DSGE has also developed a DVD publishing activity, “Collections particulières”, that has currently 9 boxed sets available.
DSGE AWARD for a Belgian long-length film: the prize winner will benefit a diffusion support in France.

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Ouvriers et cinéastes avec Henri Traforetti ancien ouvrier membre du groupe Medvedkine

23 minutes en compagnie de Henri Traforetti ancien ouvrier de de l'Usine Rhodiacetta à Besançon et participant à l'émergence du groupe Medvedkine, dans le cadre de la conférence Ouvriers et cinéastes : résistance et création collective.

(Français) (Do not) look at the flash – programmation atomique – Stefanie Bodien – Extrait RATP#1


(Français) Cinéma à charge – Olivier Burlet – présentation la programmation – Extrait RATP#2


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