Awards

The GRAND PRIX BY ORANGE is endowed with 10,000€. It rewards a work of fiction chosen from a competition of eight films in 2022 by an International Jury, composed of personalities from the film industry. The prize was won by Yuri Ancarani for ATLANTIDE. The film will be screened once again today, March 13th, at 20:30 at the Cinémathèque. Get your tickets!

The DOCUMENTARY AWARD BY BGL BNP PARIBAS is endowed with €5,000. It rewards a documentary chosen in a competition of six films in 2022 by a Documentary Jury, composed of festival representatives. The prize was won by Ignacio Ceroi for WHAT WILL SUMMER BRING. The film will be screened once again today, March 13th, at 18:30 at the Cinémathèque. Get your tickets!

The CRITICS AWARD was awarded to both HIT THE ROAD and PRAYERS FOR THE STOLEN. Hit the Road will be screened once again today, March 13th, at 16:00 at the Cinémathèque. Get your tickets!

In 2022, the 2030 AWARD BY LUXEMBOURG AID & DEVELOPMENT will be awarded for the very first time by the Luxembourg Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action. It will be awarded to a film chosen from a transversal selection of 6 films illustrating or approaching development issues or to a director with a link in the partner countries of the Luxembourg Cooperation. It will be endowed with 7.500€. The prize was won by Simon Coulibaly Gillard for AYA, with a special mention to PRAYERS FOR THE STOLEN by Tatiana Huezo.

The AUDIENCE AWARD BY ORANGE will be awarded to the film of the Official Competition that receives the most votes from the public. The prize was won by Panah Panahi for HIT THE ROAD

The YOUTH JURY PRIZE BY KINEPOLIS is endowed with 2.000€. It rewards a work of fiction or a documentary chosen from a competition of 7 films in all categories by Luxembourg high school students between 16 and 19 years old. The prize was won by Eefje Blankevoort & Els van Driel for SHADOW GAME, with a special mention to YOU RESEMBLE ME by Dina Amer. 

The SCHOOL JURY AWARD rewards a work of fiction or a documentary chosen from a competition of five films aimed at young people between 12 and 15 years old. The jury is composed of a class from a Luxembourg high school. The prize was won by Ari Folman for WHERE IS ANNE FRANK.

The KIDS JURY AWARD rewards a work of fiction or a documentary chosen from a competition of five films aimed at children between 7 and 11 years old. The jury is composed of a class of a Luxembourgish school of the basic cycle. The prize was won by Amanda Adolfsson for NELLY RAPP - MOSNTER-AGENT.

The VR Award was given to Michelle & Uri Kranot and Barry Gene Murphy & May Abdalla for WE ARE AT HOME and GOLIATH: PLAYING WITH REALITY.

 

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