A jury of leading film professionals awards prizes at the closing ceremony each year.
The juries for this 19th edition :
Fanny Cottençon is a French actress and producer. She began her career as a stage actress, before making her mark on the silver screen in Pierre Granier-Deferre’s L’Étoile du Nord, released in 1982, for which she won the César for best supporting actress.
Rufus is a French actor and comedian. In a career spanning more than 40 years, he has played many supporting roles in a wide variety of genres. As a stage and film actor, he has created a lunar and deadpan character.
Dominique Pinon is a French actor with a 40-year career in cinema. Spotted in the 1980s by Arthur Joffé, he was then nominated for the César for Best New Male Actor for his role in Le Retour de Martin Guerre by Daniel Vigne, in 1983.
Saïda Jawad is a French actress and writer. On the small screen, she participated in several series and TV movies including Falco, La Crim’, Duelle, Le Juge est une femme, Diane femme flic…
Jeremy Banster is a French actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. In 2015, he started directing his first feature film: La Vie pure. This first experience was a success for him as he was noticed at the Les Prix Lumières festival in Paris in 2016, where he was nominated for the Heike Hurst award for best first film.
Sylvie Flepp directed two short films Décroche Pénélope (1st prize at the Chamrousse comedy festival and best international film at the British short festival in London) and Sept ans et demi de réflexion (Seven and a half years of reflection) for which she won the interpretation prize at the Brest festival.
Marina Golovine is a French actress. She has appeared in Maigret, Avocats et associés, Une Femme d’honneur and Section de recherches.