AND THE 2019 WINNERS ARE…

And the winners are…

International Fantastic Film Competition

  • The Golden Octopus for the best fantastic film: Peter Strickland’s In Fabric (United Kingdom)
  • Special Jury Mention: Jessica’s Hausner’s Little Joe (United Kingdom)
  • The Audience Award: Christian Volckman’s The Room (France, Belgium)
  • The Silver Méliès for the best European film: Peter Strickland’s In Fabric (United Kingdom)

Crossovers Competition

  • Crossovers Grand Prix: Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää’s Dogs Don’t Wear Pants (Finland, Latvia)

International Animated Film Competition

  • Ex-aequo Golden Stork: Gints Zilbalodis’s Away, Latvia & Jérémy Clapin’s J’ai perdu mon corps (I Lost My Body) France

  • Special Jury Mention : Anca Damian’s L’Extraordinaire Voyage de Marona (Marona’s Fantastic Tale) Romania, France

Short film competitions

  • The Golden Octopus for the best international short film: Jérémy Comte’s Fauve (Canada)
  • The Silver Méliès for the best European short film: William Laboury’s Yandere (France)
  • Made in France: William Laboury’s Yandere (France)
  • The best animated short film: Agnès Patron’s L’Heure de l’ours (France)
  • The Grand Est Student Jury Prize animated short film: Pedro Casavecchia’s Pulsion ( Argentina, France)
  • The Grand Est Student Jury Prize international short film: Nico Van Den Brink’s Het Juk (Netherlands)
  • The Audience Award: Nico Van Den Brink’s Het Juk (Netherlands)

Video Games and Virtual Reality section

  • The Octopix for the best indie video game: Backbone (Canada)
  • The Audience Award: Scourgebringer (France)