Each year since 1978, the Caméra d’or is awarded to the best film from the Official Selection, La Semaine de la Critique and Directors’ Fortnight. In 2014, fifteen films will be vying for the award to be presented during the Awards Ceremony on Saturday May 24th. French director Nicole Garcia will preside.
Nicole GARCIA, President, actress and director
Richard ANCONINA, actor
Gilles GAILLARD, technician
Sophie GRASSIN, journalist and critic
Héléna KLOTZ, director
Lisa NESSELSON, journalist
Philippe VAN LEEUW, director, Cinematographer
Gilles GAILLARD represents the FICAM (Federation of the Cinematographic industries, the Broadcasting and the Multimedia), Héléna KLOTZ, represents the SRF (Society of the Directors of Films), Lisa NESSELSON represents the French Syndicate of the Film critic and Philippe VAN LEEUW represents the AFC (French Association of Cinematographers).
Nicole GARCIA, Richard ANCONINA and Sophie GRASSIN were chosen by the Festival de Cannes.
Last year the Jury of the Caméra d’or presided over by Agnès Varda awarded Ilo Ilo by Anthony Chen, selected by the Directors' Fortnight.