Awards AND JURY
The FIFMA’s jury is international, composed or professionals from the audiovisual and fine crafts sectors.
Jean-Dominique Fleury, President of jury 2020
Master glassmaker, Jean-Dominique Fleury collaborates with big names in contemporary creation such as Pierre Soulages or Martial Raysse and is the key player in the creation of contemporary stained glass windows for many historic monuments. He chairs the jury for this 12th edition.
The awards given to film directors are financially endowed in order to encourage cinematographic creation around fine crafts subjects.
Grand Prize – € 3,000
The Grand Prize recognizes an exceptional film
Heritage Prize – € 1,500
Rewards a film highlighting traditions through the ages and cultures
Contemporary Prize – € 1,500
Rewards a film devoted to contemporary creation in fine crafts
Short Format Prize – € 1,500
Rewards a film of 13 minutes or less
Young Talent Prize – € 1,500
Rewards a film director under 30 years old
Public Prize – € 1,500
Rewards the Public’s favorite film (elected by the Public)
FIFMA FOR SCHOOL PRIZES
Primary school Prize – 1 500 €
Highschool Prize – 1 500 €