François Chalais Prize
|François Chalais Prize|
|Awarded for||A film dedicated to the values of journalism|
The Francois Chalais Prize (French: Prix François Chalais) is given at two main events, the Cannes Film Festival (since 1997) and the Young Reporters' Awards (since 1999). It was created to pay tribute to French journalist and film historian François Chalais, under the auspices of his wife Mei Chen. It rewards a film dedicated to the values of life affirmation and of journalism, and highlights the presence of journalists at Cannes itself. It has also offered awards for the Film Festival of Sarlat (2006-2009), and for the Scénario Honfleur (2006-2009)
Cannes Film Festival Prize winners
- 2017: 120 Beats per Minute
- 2016: The Student
- 2015: Son of Saul
- 2014: Timbuktu
- 2013: Grand Central
- 2012: Horses of God
- 2011: Where Do We Go Now?
- 2010: Life, Above All
- 2009: No One Knows About Persian Cats
- 2008: Wild Blood
- 2007: A Mighty Heart
- 2006: Days of Glory
- 2005: Once You're Born You Can No Longer Hide
- 2004: The Motorcycle Diaries
- 2003: S-21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine
- 2002: Marooned in Iraq
- 2001: Made in the USA
- 2000: Kippur
- 1999: The Other
- 1998: West Beirut
- 1997: The Perfect Circle
- "Prix François Chalais Cannes". francois-chalais.fr (in French). Retrieved 23 June 2017.
- "Prix des Jeunes Reporters". francois-chalais.fr (in French). Retrieved 23 June 2017.
- "Prix Francois Chalais Sarlat". Prix des Jeunes Reporters (in French). Retrieved 23 June 2017.
- "Prix du scénario Honfleur". Prix des Jeunes Reporters (in French). Retrieved 23 June 2017.