Planned in confinement mode due to a health crisis, the festival was finally able to be organized with a specific device. And artists and festival-goers were there.
Red carpet, celebrities and autograph hunters back on the seafront. Except for the masks and fewer festival-goers than usual, the 34th edition of the Cabourg film will have finally taken place. Scheduled for early June, the event had been adjourned at first because of a pandemic, but the organizers had hoped to be able to organize at least one closing party.
Finally it is much better, the improvement of the sanitary situation made it possible to organize this mini-festival over three days, instead of five usually (June 29 to July 1), with screenings and especially the award ceremony price. A moment eagerly awaited by festival-goers and the curious, but also by the actresses present, happy to find the public and a little normalcy.
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It was in Paris a few weeks ago that the various juries met to work out their winners. For this 34th edition, in addition to the Swann d’Or whose jury is made up of cinema professionals, that of the feature film competition jury was chaired by Benoit Magimel surrounded by Doria Tillier, Isild Le Besco, the pianist and composer Issam Krimi, the scriptwriter and author Ahmed Hamidi and Aurélie Dupont , ballet dancer and dance director of the Paris Opera Ballet. The short film competition jury was chaired by director, screenwriter and actress Noémie Lvovsky.
Best Director: Nicolas Bedos for The good times
Best film : Glory of the world by Robert Guédiguian
Best Actress: Chiara Mastroianni in Room 212 by Christophe Honoré
Best Actor: Lambert Wilson in De Gaulle by Gabriel Le Bomin
Best first film: You deserve a love by Hafsia Herzi
Gonzague Saint Bris Prize for the best adapted scenario of a literary work: Only the beasts written by Dominik Moll and Gilles Marchand, based on the work of Colin Niel
Female revelation: Luàna Bajrami in Portrait of the girl on fire by Céline Sciamma
Male revelation: Benjamin Voisin in A real guy by Benjamin Parent
Grand Prize: Boarding by Guillaume Brac
Special mention from the jury: Balloon de Pema Tseden
Best short film: The Great Night by Sharon Hakim
Jury Prize: Aline by Simon Guélat
Special mention from the jury: Shakira by Noémie Merlant
Best feminine interpretations (tied): Catalina Danca in Shakira and Tamara Saade in The Great Night
Best Male Actor: Paulin Jaccoud and Schemci Lauth in Aline by Simon Guélat
FIRST APPOINTMENT PRICE
For an actress: Zahia Dehar in An Easy Girl de Rebecca Zlotowski
For an actor: Alexandre Wetter in Miss by Ruben Alves