The International Competition (feature films) jury is composed of Sophie Cadieux, Alexandre Domingue and Lyse Lafontaine.
Presented by Québécor
Best feature film in the International Competition ($15,000 cash from Québecor).
Best actor or actress in a feature film in the Internationale Competition.
Recognizes a work in the International Competition that stands out for its daring aesthetics, creative use of new technologies and/or groundbreaking treatment of a sensitive subject matter.
The International Competition (short films) jury is composed of Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, Magalie Lépine-Blondeau and Véronique Barbe.
Best short film in the International Competition
The Focus Québec/Canada (feature films) jury is composed of Luciano Barisone, Nina Rodriguez and Jan Naszewski.
Presented by Post-Moderne
Best feature film in the Focus Québec/Canada competition ($3,000 cash and $12,000 in postproduction services awarded by Post-Moderne)
The Focus Québec/Canada (short films) jury is composed of Wouter Jansen, Sanne Jehoul et Samya Papasoff.
Presented by CineGround
Best short film in the Focus Québec/Canada competition ($15,000 in camera and/or postproductionservices awarded by CineGround)
Presented by Unis TV
Best short film in french language in the Focus Québec/Canada competition ($2,000 cash from Unis TV)
Best feature film in the Temps Ø section
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (feature films) jury is composed of Maxime Labrecque, Sylvain Lavallée and Zoé Protat.
Best feature film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition.
Presented by MUBI
Best feature of the competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform)
The "Les nouveaux alchimistes" (short films) jury is composed of Pierre Hébert, Delphine Jeanneret and Guillaume Lafleur.
Presented by MAIN FILM
Best short film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition ($1,000 cash from Main Film)
Best short film of the competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform)
Cinema Politica is a Montreal-based media arts, non-profit network committed to supporting alternative, independent, and radical political film and video.
The Cinema Politica jury de « Panorama International » (feature films) is composed of Pierre Luc Junet, Michelle Latimer, Zahra Moloo, Svetla Turnin and Ezra Winton.
Best feature film in the Panorama competition
The P'tits Loups jury is composed of five young movie lovers mentored by Catherine Brunet.
Best short film in the P’tits Loups section.
The "Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant" jury is composed of Sofia Bohdanowicz, Alexandre Dostie et Gabrielle Lautru.
Presented by Ulule
Given to the winner of the Pan-Canadian Student Film Meetings ($1,500 to start a crowdfundingcampaign on Ulule with personalized pre-campaign support)
INTERACTIVE AND VIRTUAL REALITY PROJECTS
The FNC eXPlore jury is composed of Paola Gazzani Marinelli, Michael Kronish, Sandra Rodriguez and Liz Rosenthal.
Presented by PRIM
The most innovative work for new platforms ($10,000 in production expenses and artist residency from PRIM).
Presented by Geneva International Film Festival
Best immersive work in the FNC EXPLORE
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