Festival du Film Merveilleux

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The Festival du Film Merveilleux is an international film festival held in Paris, focusing on themes of magic and fantasy.[1] It was started by Benedicte Beaugeois and Maureen Gerby.[2][3][4] It is organized in conjunction with the Talulah Association, an organizer of short and feature film events in Paris, as well as workshops on film and ecological awareness.[5] It was first organized in 2010.

Festivals[edit]

24–27 March 2010[edit]

30 June--2 July 2011[edit]

Held at the Théâtre douze, 6 avenue Maurice Ravel, Paris

Jury:[8] Xavier Gens, Caroline Vié, Nicolas Alberny, Fabrice Joubert

Prize Festival 2011 [9] Best Movie : Planet Z directed by Momoko Seto Best animated movie : le silence sous l’ecorce directed by Joanna Lurie Best Screenplay : Junk directed by Kirk Hendry Special Prize : A morning Stroll directed by Grant Orchard Best music pick : Junk directed by Kirk Hendry

28–30 June 2012[edit]

Held at the Théâtre douze, 6 avenue Maurice Ravel, Paris Best Movie :Second seuil directed by Loïc Nicoloff produce by Tita production et Zoïc production, FRANCE Best animated movie : A shadow of blue directed by Carlos Lascano produce by les films du Cygne, Animation, FRANCE / SPAIN Best screenplay : Flejos y reflejos directed by Rioberto Lopez produce by escalando, SPAIN Special Prize : Demain c'est la fin du monde directed by Quentin Reynaud and Arthur Delaire produce by Magali film, FRANCE Music pick : Hasaki ya suda de Cedric ido, composers: Nicolas Tescari and David Chalmin, produce by DACP films, FRANCE Jury prize : Citrouille et vieilles dentelles directed by Juliette Loubieres, JPL films, Animation FRANCE / CANADA Best actress : Leticia Dolera , Fabrica de Munecas directed by Ainhoa Menéndez Goyoaga produit par Jaime Bartolomé PC, ESPAGNE Best actor : Niels Lucas, L'enclume directed by Thierry Nevez, produce by ASM, FRANCE

27–29 June 2013[edit]

Held at the Théâtre douze, 6 avenue Maurice Ravel, Paris Best Movies : SLEEPWORKING directed by Gavin Williams (also won Quiet Earth Prize) Jury Prize : MORT D'UNE OMBRE directed by Tom Van Avermaet Best animated movie ex aequo : LUMINARIS directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella and MILLE PATTES ET CRAPAUD directed by Anna Kmelevskaya Music pick : LUMINARIS directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella best screenplay : SUNSET DAY directed by J.A. Duran Jury : Patrick Amsom, Camille Solal,James BKS, Isabelle Doll, Florent Lamy, Isabelle Duval, Fouad Benhammou,Xavier Laurent

26–28 June 2014[edit]

Strange Fruit directed Noy Hili et Aresay Shimi : BEST MOVIE Dji death fails directed by Dimitri Voloshin BEST ANIMATED MOVIES La maison de poussière directed byt Jean-Claude Rozec BEST SCREENPLAY Tears of steel directed by Ian Hubert MUSIC PICK Lila directed by Carlos Lascano SPECIAL PRIZE Mention spéciale for La petite casserole d’Anatole directed by Eric Montchaud (France)

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