The International Critics’ Jury in Cannes 2018
The International Federation of Film Critics, FIPRESCI, presents the International Critics’ Award at the Cannes Film Festival ever since its first edition, in 1946.
The FIPRESCI Jury in Cannes awards three prizes: one for a film in Competition, another in Un Certain Regard, and a third prize for a first or second feature-length film in either The Critics’ Week or the Directors’ Fortnight.
The members of the 2018 FIPRESCI Jury are:
Michel Ciment, France – Jury president
Kerem Akca, Turkey
Neusa Barbosa, Brazil
Pamela Biénzobas, Chile
Joost Broeren, The Netherlands
Houda Ibrahim, France
Elli Mastorou, Belgium
Richard Mowe, UK
Jenni Zylka, Germany
The FIPRESCI – International Critics’ Awards ceremony will be held together with the Ecumenical Jury. Details on the exact date, time and place will follow.
FIPRESCI wishes to thank UNIFRANCE and its Club for their kind hospitality, hosting and therefore supporting our jury’s work.
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