FIDLab 2015 Awards

The 7th edition of FIDLab ended last night in Marseille.
An International co-production platform for documentary and fiction film projects at any stage of development. FIDLab 2015 selected 11 projects from 9 countries out of 300 projects received.

The FIDLab offers time for reflection and work in two stages : the presentation of projects supported by images and sound, followed by one-to-one meetings with professionals.

Amra BAKŠIĆ-ČAMO, head of Cinelink/Sarajevo International Film Festival, Thomas PIBAROT, head of acquisitions at Le Pacte and David SCHWARTZ, Chief Curator at Museum of the Moving Images (New York).

The Panavision / Air France prize rewarded
by Eduardo Williams, produced by Un Puma Cine, Ruda Cine and Bando à Parte, Argentina/Portugal.

The laureate will receive 10 000€ towards the camera rental on their next shoot. In addition, Panavision is committed to supporting and accompanying all the selected projects, regardless of their original country and the format the shooting may take.

Air France offers two long-distance plane tickets to the prize winners.
The Planète Rouge Award, a post-production company, was awarded to

by Gastón Solnicki, produced by Filmy Wiktora, Argentina and Matthew Porterfield, USA.

Planète Rouge offers :
- 3 days of color grading and conform with a color grading technician
- 4 days of sound mix 5.1 with a sound engineer Master Print in HDCAM
The Sublimage Award was awarded to
by Larissa Figueiredo, produced by Tu i Tam Filmes, Brazil .

The subtitling company Sublimage offers the adaptation and translation of their project in one of the 3 languages of their choice : French, English, Spanish.
The Vidéo de Poche Award goes to
by Lois Patiño, produced by Zeitun Films, Spain

The post-production company Vidéo de Poche will offer a DCP of the film. It will also offer a special discount for the DCP creation to all the selected projects.
The Akademie Schloss Award goes to
by Dora García, produced by Auguste Orts, Belgium.

This prize is a 3-month-residency between April and June 2016
The Camargo Foundation Award goes to

by Phillip Warnell, produced by Fly Film, United Kingdom.

This prize will allow a residency of 4 to 8 weeks.
The Commune Image award goes to

by Christophe Bisson, produced by Triptyque Films, France.

This new prize consists in 8 weeks use of edition facilities for a project produced or coproduced by a French company.
A particular attention will be paid by the Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur to the FIDLab projects produced or shot in the region.

FIDLab is sponsored by Eurimages, EAVE and supported by the CNC, the City of Marseille, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Regional Council, the General Council of Bouches-du-Rhône.

The Award Ceremony was held at the Théâtre des Bernardines in the presence of Jean-Pierre Rehm, Head of FIDMarseille, Fabienne Moris, Rebecca De Pas, coheads of FIDLab and the FIDLab's partners.

Following the success of this seventh edition, the FIDLab organizers are looking forward to meeting you in 2016 !

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