2020 Award List

AWARDED BY THE FEATURE DOCUMENTARY JURY  :
  • Cinéma du réel Grand Prix – funded by the Bibliothèque publique d’information (€ 5,000) and the Procirep (€ 3 000), is awarded to one feature film from both International and French Selections
  • Scam International Award – €5,000 funded by La Scam, is award to a feature film from the International Selection
  • Institut Français – Louis Marcorelles Award – funded by the Institut français (€ 5,000), is awarded to a mainly French production feature film from both International and French Selections
  • Original Music Award – funded by the Sacem (€ 1,000), is awarded to the composer of a film from both International and French Selections
AWARDED BY THE SHORT FILM AND FIRST FILM JURY : 
  • Loridan-Ivens / CNAP Award – funded by CAPI Films (€ 2,500) and the Cnap (€ 4,000), is awarded to a first feature film from both International and French Selections
  • Short Film Award –  funded by the Bibliothèque publique d’information (€ 2,500), is awarded to a short film from both International and French Selections
  • Tënk Short Film Award – funded by Tënk (5,00 € and acquisition of
    SVOD broadcasting rights on the platform Tënk), is awarded to a short film from both International and French Selections
AWARDED BY THE YOUNG JURY :
  • The Young Jury Award – Cinéma du réel – funded by Ciné + (€ 15,000 as an acquisition of broadcasting rights) is awarded to a feature film from both International and French Selections, for its theatrical distribution
AWARDED BY LIBRARY JURY :
  • Library Award – funded by the Direction générale des médias et des industries culturelles of the Ministry of Culture (€ 2,500), is awarded to a film from the International Competition. The awarded film is purchased by the Bibliothèque publique d’information for inclusion in the library’s Catalogue national – Les Yeux Doc
OTHER AWARDS : 
  • “Première fenêtre” Audience Award – funded by the CNC (acquisition of broadcasting rights on the CNC Images de la Culture catalog and attribution of a CNC Talent grant of residency), is awarded by the readers of Mediapart to a film from the “Première fenêtre” selection.
  • Intangible Heritage Award – is awarded and funded by the département du Pilotage de la recherche et de la Politique scientifique, direction générale des Patrimoines of the Ministry of Culture (€ 2,500) to a film from both International and French Selections
  • Bois d’Arcy Remand Centre Prisoners’ Award is awarded to a short film by a jury of prisoners and members of the civil society to a short films from both International and French Selections