Great Prize for a best original music score
to Fabian RÖMER (Switzerland) for the feature film
The Man who jumped cars by Nick Baker-Monteys (Germany)
Great Prize for a best sound creation
to Mario DIAS for the short film Alfama directed by João Viana (Portugal)
Aubagne, March 26th 2011. The juries of the 12th edition of the Festival International du Film d’Aubagne, devoted to young creation and to music and sound for film, awarded 16 prizes, among which 2 great prizes for sound and music creation. 75 films (65 shorts and 10 features) from 29 countries were competing.
The Great Prize for a best original music score was awarded to Swiss composer Fabian RÖMER for the feature film « The Man who jumped cars / Der Mann der über autos sprang », debut film of the German Nick BAKER-MONTEYS.
The jury also awarded him the Prize for a best film for “the mastery, not only of the music, but also of the script, the narrative and the speech serving an unusual story, which can yet be understood by everyone.”
The Great Prize for a best sound creation for a short film was awarded to the Portuguese sound designer Mario DIAS for the fiction « Alfama » directed by João VIANA. The jury awarded this film for “the structuring role of the sound in the script writing”
FEATURE FILMS COMPETITION
Great Prize for a best original score, (2 000€), awarded to composer Fabian Römer for « The Man who jumped cars / Der Mann der über autos sprang », directed by Nick Baker-Monteys - Germany - 2010 – 1st feature film
Prize for a best film awarded to « The Man who jumped cars / Der Mann der über autos sprang », directed by Nick Baker-Monteys - Germany - 2010 – 1st feature film
Prize for a Best Script awarded to « Adem / Oxygène » directed by Hans Van Nuffel – Original music Spinvis - Belgium - 2010 - 35mm - 98’ - Fiction - 1st feature film
Special MENTION of the Jury to « Les signes vitaux » directed by Sophie Deraspe - Original music Jean-François Laporte & Krista Muir - Canada - 2009 - 35mm - 87’ - Fiction – 2nd feature film
SHORT FILMS COMPETITION
Great Prize for a best SOUND CREATION (3 000 € on which 1 500€, offered by SACEM, go to the sound designer Mario DIAS and 1 500€ to the director João VIANA), for «Alfama» - Portugal - 2010 - Fiction – 2nd film
MENTION awarded to Peter Van Laerhoven for « Venus Vs Me » directed by Nathalie Teirlinck - Belgium - 2009 – 3rd film
Best FICTION (750€) awarded to « On ne mourra pas » directed by Amal Kateb, original music by Deymed, France – 2010, 1st film.
MENTION awarded to « Hurlement d'un Poisson » directed by Sébastien Carfora, sound design Nicolas Berger, France - 2010 – 1st film
Best DOCUMENTARY (750€) awarded to « Espacios reclamados » directed by Fernando Domínguez Pérez, sound design Fernando Domínguez Pérez, Argentina/Colombia – 2010, 3rd film
Best ANIMATED FILM (750€) awarded to « Big bang big boom » directed by Blu, original music by Andrea Martignoni, Italy - 2010 - 3rd film
MENTION awarded to « Babel » directed by Hendrick Dusollier, original music by Jean-François Viguié, France – 2010 – 3rd film
MENTION awarded to « Saiva » directed by Tuva Synnevag, original music by Trygve Nielsen, Norway – 2009 – 1st film
Best EXPERIMENTAL FILM (750€) awarded to « Centipede Sun » directed by Mihai Grecu, original music by Herman Kolgen, France/Romania 2010 – 3rd film
Prize BEAUMARCHAIS-SACD awarding a short film of fiction from French speaking countries (1 500€), awarded to « Nuit blanche » directed by Samuel Tilman, original music by Pierre de Surgères - Belgium - 2010 – 2nd film
AUDIENCE Prize (750€), doted by Champagne Lanson, awarded to « Garagouz » directed by Abdenour Zahzah, original music by Toti Basso, Algeria – 2010 – 1st film
YOUNG AUDIENCE Prize awarded by the « cultural delegates » of the city of Aubagne to the short film of fiction « Na wéwé » directed by Ivan Goldschmidt, Belgium – 2010 – 2nd film.