2018 edition

Jury

Palmares

Official competition – Grand Prix: On The Spectrum

On the spectrum

On The Spectrum

Three young autistic adults share a home and try find a balance despite the ups and downs of daily life. Driven by enormously endearing characters, On the Spectrum is a funny and moving gem of a series that is carefully-crafted and full of humanity, offering a bold new take on the autistic condition.

International Competition – Jury Special Prize: Il Miracolo

II Miracolo

When the police raid a property belonging to a mafia boss, they find a statue of the virgin that weeps tears of blood. Kept secret and analyzed, the statue makes each protagonist, whether religious or not, confront the inexplicable, and turns their lives upside-down. Created by Niccolò Ammaniti, this powerful mystery stars Guido Caprino and Alba Rohrwacher.

International competition – best actress: Anna Mikhalkova

An Ordinary Woman

Marina is 39. Florist in public and brothel-keeper in private, she skillfully juggles her life between her daughters and her jobs, but this fragile balance seems threated when one day, she receives a phone call about one of her escorts

International competition – best actor: Tommaso Ragno

II Miracolo

When the police raid a property belonging to a mafia boss, they find a statue of the virgin that weeps tears of blood. Kept secret and analyzed, the statue makes each protagonist, whether religious or not, confront the inexplicable, and turns their lives upside-down. Created by Niccolò Ammaniti, this powerful mystery stars Guido Caprino and Alba Rohrwacher.

French competition: best series: Ad Vitam

Ad Vitam

In a world where everyone believes death has been conquered, the bodies of seven youngsters who have committed suicide are discovered. Were they a cult? Was it political? Or perhaps a cry for help from a lost youth… Darius, a cop aged 120, is tasked with investigating, along with the rebellious Christa. Thomas Cailley (Les Combattants) directs this vertiginous thriller

French Competition – Best actor ex-æquo: Roshdy Zem

Aux Animaux La Guerre

The intersecting stories of Martel, a union worker who takes on a dubious job to get himself out of a hole; Bruce, a bodybuilder on steroids; and Rita, a conscientious works inspector. Alain Tasma brilliantly directs this adaptation of Nicolas Mathieu’s novel and dissects the social and economic brutality caused when traditional industry is dismantled.

French Competition – Best actress ex-æquo: Anne Charrier

Maman A Tort

When Malone, a three-and-a-half-year-old boy, tells school psychologist Vasile that his mother is not his real mommy, he believes him. As he must act quickly, Vasile seeks the help of Marianne, a police captain from Le Havre. Should she take on the case while her mind is already occupied by an investigation into a violent robbery, with several million euros gone missing?

Public prize: The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Miriam is the perfect Upper West Side mother and housewife of the 1950s. She conscientiously supports her husband Joel, who dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian but repeatedly flops on stage. When Joel leaves Miriam for his secretary, Miriam gets drunk and returns to her husband’s former comedy club where she delivers an impromptu set that the audience finds hilarious. A wonderful tale about learning the ropes with some superb performances.

Short forms – best series in competition: First Love

First Love

Ashfield, California. The story of the forbidden love between Mercedes, aged 12, and Zach, aged 17, is told as the evidence is presented at Zach’s trial, taking us back through the key moments in their relationship and allow us to judge for ourselves whether this was crime or passion…

Short forms – panorama best series: Kiki and Kitty

Kiki and Kitty

Kiki, a young aboriginal woman struggling with career and her love life, finds her world turned upside-down by the arrival of Kitty, an imaginary friend with a crude sense of humor, who pushes her to live her life to the full. It turns out that, Kitty is the personification of Kiki’s vagina. As daring comedy that offers a charming approach to female sexuality.

International panorama – Best series: Kiri

Kiri

Assistante sociale, Miriam voit sa vie propulsée sous les projecteurs lorsqu’elle est tenue pour responsable de la disparition de Kiri, une fille sur le point d’être adoptée, kidnappée à la suite d’une visite non approuvée chez ses grands-parents biologiques.

Best comedy: Kiki and Kitty

Kiki and Kitty

Kiki, a young aboriginal woman struggling with career and her love life, finds her world turned upside-down by the arrival of Kitty, an imaginary friend with a crude sense of humor, who pushes her to live her life to the full. It turns out that, Kitty is the personification of Kiki’s vagina. As daring comedy that offers a charming approach to female sexuality.

2017 EDITION

International competition: Grand Prix: Your Honor

Your Honor

Compétition Internationale : Prix Spécial du Jury

I Love Dick

Compétition Internationale – Meilleur Actrice : Anna Friel

Broken

Compétition Internationale – Meilleur Acteur : Kida Khodr Ramadan

4 Blocks

Prix du Public

The Good Fight

Compétition Française : Meilleure Série

Transfer

Olivier GUIGNARD et Antoine CHARREYRON

Compétition Française – Meilleur Actrice : Ophélia Kolb

On va s’aimer

Julien ZIDI et Stéphane MALHURET

Compétition Française – Meilleur Acteur : Arieh Worthalter

Transfert

Olivier GUIGNARD et Antoine CHARREYRON

Meilleure Série Web et Digitale

Loulou

Fanny SIDNEY

edition 2016

Compétition Internationale : Grand Prix

El Marginal
Luis ORTEGA et Javier PEREZ

Compétition Internationale : Prix Spécial du Jury

The Kettering Incident

Rowan WOODS et Tony KRAWITZ

Prix du Public ex-aequo

Beau Séjour

Nathalie BASTEYNS et Kaat BEELS

Prix du Public ex-aequo

Jour Polaire

Meilleure Série Francophone

La Trêve

Matthieu DONK

Meilleure Actrice Française : Laurence Leboeuf

Marche à l’Ombre

Francis LECLERC

Meilleur Acteur Français : Angelo Bison

Ennemi Public

Matthieu FRANCES et Gary SEGHERS

Meilleure Série US

Mr. Robot

Niels ARDEN OPLEV et Sam ESMAIL

Prix des Blogueurs

Nsu German History X

Christian SCHWOCHOW

eDITION 2015

Prix du Jury de la Presse Internationale – Meilleure Série Française

La Vie devant elles (Saison 1)

Gabriel AGHION

Prix du Jury de la Presse Internationale – Meilleure Interprétation Masculine

Mathieu Kassovitz dans Le Bureau des Légendes

Eric ROCHANT

Prix du Jury de la Presse Internationale – Meilleure Interprétation Féminine

Alix Poisson dans Disparue

Charlotte BRÄNDSTRÖM

Prix du Jury des Blogueurs

Deutschland 83

Edward BERGER

Double Mention du Jury des Blogueurs

Blue Eyes

Henrik GEORGSSON

Prix du Public ex-aequo

Olive Kitteridge

Lisa CHOLODENKO

Prix du Public ex-aequo

False Flag

Oded RUSKIN

Meilleure Web-Série

Ex-Model

Edition 2014

Meilleure Série Française

Ainsi Soit-il

Compétition Française – Meilleur Actrice : Marie-Eve Perron

FranceKbek

Compétition Française – Meilleur Acteur : Jean-Hugues Anglade

Le Passager

Prix du Public

Southcliffe

Prix des Blogueurs

Woman

Prix des Internautes

High Maintenance

Edition 2013

Meilleure Série Française

Un village Français

Meilleure Actrice Française : Anne Caillon

Dos au mur

Meilleur Acteur Français : Abdelhafid Metalsi

Cherif

Prix du Public

Don’t Ever Wipe Tears without Gloves

Edition 2012

Meilleure Série Française

Ainsi Soit-il

Meilleure Actrice : Zara Prassinot, Camille Claris et Alysse Hallali

Clash

Meilleur Acteur : Gilbert Melki

Kaboul Kitchen

Prix du Public ex-aequo

Homeland

Prix du Public ex-aequo

Top Boy

EDITION 2011

Prix du Public

Downton Abbey

Compétition Française : Meilleure Série

Xanadu

Prix Spécial du Jury et Meilleur Acteur Sami Bouajila

Signature

Meilleure Actrice Karine Lyachenko

Les Beaux Mecs

2019 EDITION