JURY AND PRIZES
HĂ©lĂ¨ne ZYLBERAIT, journalist, traducer and progrmmer.
Dante DESARTHE, film director and producer.
Justin TAURAND, producer Les films du bĂ©lier.
film director, Student Jury's Prize in 2010 for The Confession.
StĂ©phane TOUITOU, casting director.
The Jury will award four Prizes:
Jury's Grand Prize
3 000 â‚¬ offered by the City of Poitiers.
12 000 â‚¬ worth of post production resources allocated by the company Wallpaper Post.
Jury's Special Prize
1 500 â‚¬ offered by the Poitou-Charentes Regional Council.
Best Direction's Prize
1 500 â‚¬ offered by the Poitou-Charentes Regional Council
Best screenplay's Prize
1 000 â‚¬ offered by the University of Poitiers.
You too, vote!
At the end of each Competition screening, fill in your ballot to participate to the Public's Prize vote.
1 500 â‚¬ offered by the Vienne General Council.
A film in Cannes in 2012!
The French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, organiser of Criticsâ€™ Week, Discovery section of the Cannes Film Festival, will elect the best short film. Baptiste Etchegaray, JosĂ©phine Lebard and Bernard Payen will be part of this Jury.
French Critics' Discovery Prize
The award-winning film will benefit from extensive international exposure: it will be featured alongside short films selected at the next Criticsâ€™ Week (Cannes 2012), on a DVD of which 1000 copies will be distributed in autumn 2012.
Students from the University of Poitiers will also award a film during the 34th Festival.
Members of this Jury: Sandrine Andrimanankaja , Camille Bernard , Nathan Evans , ZoĂ« Fertier , Nikoleta Guetcheva , Bastien Lion , Lucien Migne , Elyes Nefzaoui , Eva Rochette .
Student Jury's Prize
1 500 â‚¬ offered by the University of Poitiers.
Wallpaper Post Jury
Composed of 4 members of the company Wallpaper Post, it offers post production resources.
Julie Buan (production manager), StĂ©phane Lehembre (producer and post producer), Yov Moor (producer and timer) and Camille Nahassia (production manager) will be part of this Jury.
Wallpaper Post Prize
Allocation of 6 000 â‚¬ worth of post production resources.
Amesty International France Jury
The 7th art is an invitation to dream; it has always been food for thought about our world reality and it is a means of making the largest number aware of human rights and how to defend them. Amnesty International France has chosen to be partner to the Rencontres Henri Langlois; the aim of its prize is to reward and highlight the works of young directors who tackle subjects dealing with the indivisible and universal rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (DUDH).
Josette Barbotin, FranĂ§oise Baudry, Liliane Chatelier, FranĂ§oise Gabriel, Claudie Larrue, Micheline Puisais and Michel Quantin will be part of this Jury.
Amnesty International France Prize
500 â‚¬ offered by Amnesty International France.