“The Jury has decided to award a first feature film that effectively demonstrates the problematic ethics of practising what you preach. For its combined sense of humanity and place, a masterly mise-en-scène, the prize goes to The Lesson, by the Bulgarian film-makers Kristina Groseva and Petar Vlachanov.” Désirée Nosbusch, Eithne O’Neill, Louise Monot, Morteza Farshbaf, Saïd Taghmaoui and Stéphane Bern (International Jury 2015)
DOCUMENTARY AWARD Lauréat 2015 : TOTO AND HIS SISTERS, Alexander Nanau. Two awards, the GRAND PRIX - BY ORANGE, worth €10,000, and the DOCUMENTARY AWARD - BY BGL BNP PARIBAS, worth €5,000, will be unveiled together with the YOUTH JURY PRIZE at the festival closing ceremony on 7 March (Utopolis, Kirchberg).
LAUREAT 2015 : EXTRAORDINARY TALES, Raul Garcia. Due to the success and the enthusiasm of the Youth Jury in 2014, the festival is looking for students to compose a new jury! The objective of the Youth Jury would be, like the professional jury, to analyze and critically evaluate the selected films from the category 12-18, before presenting the award of the ‘’Youth Jury‘' during the festival’s closing ceremony on March 7th at Utopolis. The aim is...
Youth Jury Award
KID'S FESTIVAL FAVOURITE Lauréat 2015 : SECRETS OF WAR, Dennis Bots For the first time in Luxembourg, the children will have their say in a film festival! The festival invites all children to vote for their favourite film f rom the category 5-12 years and to choose their “Festival Favourite”. The winning film will be unveiled at the festival’s closing ceremony on March 7th at Utopolis Kirchberg.
Kid's Festival Favourite