INTERACTIVE AND VIRTUAL REALITY PROJECTS
The FNC eXPlore jury is composed of Luc Courchesne, Emmanuel Cuénod, Melissa Mongiat and Julie René.
Presented by PRIM
The most innovative work for new platforms ($10,000 in production expenses and artist residency from PRIM).
Presented by Festival Tous Écrans
Best immersive work in the FNC eXPlore.
Best work in virtual reality ($1,000 cash from Téo Taxi).
The International Competition (feature films) jury is composed of John Griffin, Louis Laverdière and Chloé Robichaud.
Presented by Québécor
Best feature film in the International Competition ($15,000 cash from Québecor).
Best actor or actress in a feature film in the Internationale Competition.
Recognizes a work in the International Competition that stands out for its daring aesthetics, creative use of new technologies and/or groundbreaking treatment of a sensitive subject matter.
The International Competition (short films) jury is composed of Mathieu Grondin, Valérie Mongrain and Marie-Élaine Riou.
Presented by Paraloeil
Best short film in the International Competition (residence at Paralœil – Rimouski of more than $10,000 value in grant, equipment and editing, including transport and accommodation)
The Focus Québec/Canada (feature films) jury is composed of Emmanuel Chaumet, Carmen Garcia and Mustafa Uzuner.
Presented by Air France
Best feature film in the Focus Quebec/Canada section (2 round-trip tickets Economy Class european destination from Air France).
The Focus Québec/Canada (short films) jury is composed of Elsa Charbit, Marikutsa Kyrylo and Krzysztof Sienkiewicz.
Presented by Post Moderne
Best short film in the Focus Quebec/Canada competition ($3,000 cash and $12,000 in post-production services awarded by Post-Moderne.
Presented by MaTV
Most original short film in the Focus Quebec/ Canada competition ($1,000 cash prize awarded by MAtv).
Best short film in the Focus Quebec/Canada competition.
Presented by Farnham
Best feature film in the Temps Ø section ($2,000 cash from Farnham).
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (feature films) jury is composed of Jason Béliveau, Robert Daudelin et Marie Claude Mirandette.
Best feature film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition.
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (short films) jury is composed of Véronique Sapin, Steven Woloshen et Michael Yaroshevsky.
Best short film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition.
The "Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant" jury is composed of Anaïs Charbonneau-Meilleur, Sarianne Cormier and Emilie Mannering.
Presented by Ulule and École cantonale d'art de Lausanne (ÉCAL)
Given to the winner of the Pan-Canadian Student Film Meetings (Immersion experience at ECAL (École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne) in Switzerland, flight and accommodations included + $1,500 to start a crowdfunding campaign on Ulule with personalized pre-campaign support).
The P'tits Loups jury is composed of five young movie lovers mentored by Jean-Carl Boucher.
Presented by La régie du cinéma
Best short film in the P’tits Loups section.
The full juries lineup of the 45th Festival du nouveau cinéma will be announced at a press conference on Tuesday, September 27 at 10 a.m. at the Agora in UQÀM’s Cœur des sciences.
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