The big Prizes

BIG PRIZE 2020

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Geert Hellings for Patrick by Tim MIELANTS - Belgium/Netherlands - 1st film – fiction – 2019 – 97'

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Pierre OBERKAMPF and 1 500€ to the director Agnès Patron for L'heure de l'ours


BIG PRIZE 2019

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Csaba KALOTAS for A Woman Captured by Bernadette TUZA-RITTER - Hongry - Germany - 1st film – documentary – 2017 – 89'

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer FLORENCIA DI CONCILIO and 1 500€ to the director Daouda Diakhaté for Bulle d'Air


BIG PRIZE 2018

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer VOLKER BERTELMANN aka HAUSCHKA for Different Kinds of Rain by Isa Prahl - Germany - 2017 - Numérique - 90’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer JENS BOUTTERY and 1 500€ to the director Anthony Schatteman for Dag Vreemde Man - Belgium - 2017 - Numérique HD - 19’ - 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2017

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Emile PARISIEN for Souffler plus fort que la mer by Marine Place - France - 2016 - Numérique - 86’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Grégoire LETOUVET and 1 500€ to the director Antoine BAILLY for Le monde au balcon - France - 2016 - Numérique HD - 30’ - 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2016

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Lisa HOLMQVIST for Flocken by Beata Gardeler - Sweden - 2015 - Numérique - 110’ - Fiction - 2nd film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Nicolas MARTIN and 1 500€ to the directors Elice MENG and Eléonora MARINONI for D'ombres et d'ailes... - Suisse/France - 2015 - Numérique HD - 13’ - 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2015

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composers Calogero DI BENEDETTO, DJ DUSTY and KHULIBAÏ for Brooklyn by Pascal Tessaud - France - 2014 - Numérique - 83’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Anton BAIBAKOV and 1 500€ to the director Masha KONDAKOVA for Fallen Leaves - Ukraine - 2014 - Numérique HD - 21’40 - 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2014

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer David Thor JONSSON for Hross i oss by Benedikt Erlingsson - Iceland - 2013 - Numérique HD - 78’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Jens Fisher RODRIAN and 1 500€ to the directors Sven Philipp POHL for Stiller Löwe - Germany - 2013 - 35mm - 6’ - 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2013

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Senjan JANSEN for KID by Fien Troch - Sound designer Michel Schöpping, Belgium/Netherlands - 2012 - Num - 90’ - Fiction - 3rd film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Jean-François CAVRO and 1 500€ to the directors Christophe Gautry and Mathieu Brisebras for the animated film Vertige - France/Belgium - 2012 - Numérique - 8’ - 2nd film


BIG PRIZE 2012

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Iven SEN for his film Toomelah - Australia - 2011 - Num - 101’ - Fiction - 3rd film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €.
1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Marc PERRONE and 1 500€ to the director Nicolas Liguori for the animated film L'histoire du petit Paolo- France/Belgium - 2011 - Super 16 - 15’ - 2nd film


BIG PRIZE 2011

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Fabian RÖMER for The man who jumped cars / Der Mann der über autos sprang by Nick Baker-Monteys - Germany - 2010 - 105’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director):L'Alfama by Joao Viana, sound design by Mario DIAS - Portugal - 2010 - Fiction - 15' - 2nd film


BIG PRIZE 2010

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Luc SICARD for Un ange à la mer by Frédéric DUMONT – Belgium/Canada/France, 2009, 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer and sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director) : Never drive a car when you’re dead by Gregor DASHUBER, original music and sound design by Marian MENTRUP - Germany - 2009 - Animation – 2nd film


BIG PRIZE 2009

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Catherine MAJOR for The Ring by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette - Québec - 2007 - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director) : The Smáfuglar by Rúnar Rúnarsson, sound design by Sylvester Holm - Iceland/Danemark - 2008 - Fiction – 2nd film


BIG PRIZE 2008

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Tom HOLKENBERG, aka Junkie XL, for Blind by Tamar van den Dop - Netherlands/Belgium/Bulgary - 2007 - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer and 1 500€ given to the director) : Les Miettes by Pierre Pinaud, original music by Gilles Alonzo.


BIG PRIZE 2007

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 2000€ given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer Naseer Shamma for Ahlaam by Mohammed AL-DARADJI - Irak - 2006 - 35 mm - 110’ - Fiction - 1st film

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director): Heureux qui comme Edouard by Vincent BURGEVIN & Franck LEBON - France - 2006 - 35 mm - Fiction – 1st film


BIG PRIZE 2006

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 2000€ given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composers: Dan LEVY, Olivia BOUYSSOU for The passenger by François ROTGER (France - 2005 - 35 mm - 88’ - Fiction - 1st film)

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director): Bhaï-bhaï by Olivier KLEIN (Canada/France - 2005 - 35 mm - 19'57" - Fiction - 2nd film) original music by Akosh SZELEVÉNYI, Alexandre BENETEAU, Stéphane SCOTT and Franck LASSALLE.


BIG PRIZE 2005

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 1750€, given ex-aequo to composers Cyril MORIN for La petite Jérusalem by Karin ALBOU (France) and Michael ANDREWS for Moi, toi et tous les autres by Miranda July (USA).

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director) ex-aequo: Les oreilles n’ont pas de paupières by Etienne CHAILLOU, France, original music by Mathieu LAMBOLEY (Animation) and Obras by Hendrick DUSSOLIER, France, original music by Jean-François VIGUIÉ (Animation)


BIG PRIZE 2004

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 1750 € given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer: Neo for Kontroll directed by Nimród ANTAL, Hongry

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given by CNC to the director): Sauvages dans la ville by Yann MARQUIS, France, original score by Arnaud ROY


BIG PRIZE 2003

FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 1750 € given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer :Murray Gold for Kiss of life directed by Emily Young, Croatia, Bosnia, United-Kingdom

SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given by CNC to the director) : Druckbolzen by Benjamin Diez, Allemagne, original score by Erfan Al-Madani