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AWARDS AND JURY 2009

LOUVE D'HONNEUR

A Louve d'Honneur was remitted to George A. Romero for his whole career.

 

INTERNATIONAL SELECTION

Louve d’or
Best feature film in the International Selection
Canine, Yorgos Lanthimos (Greece)

Jury’s Special Mention 
The Red Race, Chao Gan (China/Germany)


Acting Award
Best actor or actress in a feature film in the International Selection
Magaly Solier for Fausta : La teta asustada by Claudia Llosa (Perou)


Daniel Langlois Innovation Award
Best feature film in the International Selection
Should I Really Do It?, Ismail Necmi (Turkey)

 

AQCC Award

Best feature film in the International Selection

Fausta : La teta asustada, Claudia Llosa (Perou)

Jury’s Special Mention

The Girl, Fredrik Edfeldt (Sweden)

 

 

FOCUS


Focus – Cinémathèque québécoise Grand Prize
Best Feature film in the Focus section
Nuages sur la ville, Simon Galiero (Québec/Canada)


Jury’s Special Mention 
Crackie, Sherry White (Canada)


 

SHORT FILM


Loup argenté
Best Short Film Award (International Selection)
Jalkeilla taas, Maarit Suomi-Väänäen (Finlande)


Focus Award
Best Short Film Award (Focus Québec/ Canada)
Danse macabre, Pedro Pires (Québec/Canada)


Jury’s Special Mention 
La vie commence, Émile Proulx-Cloutier (Québec/Canada)



TEMPS 0


People's Choice Award
Best feature film in the Temps 0 section, chosen by the public
Amer, Hélène Cattet et Bruno Forzani (France/Belgium)

 

JURY

Louve d’or / Acting Award / Daniel Langlois Innovation Award
Cameron Bailey, Lucie Amyot, Kim Massee, Mario Fortin, Kim Nguyen

 

Focus – Cinémathèque québécoise Grand Prize
Yuri Berger, Pape Boye, Aleen Stein

 

AQCC Award
Mathieu Li-Goyette, Jorge Gutman, Claire Valade

Loup argenté
Lydia Champagne, Éric Bachand, Dave St-Pierre

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