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Sharon Stone – 2018 June 14

Actress Sharon Stone will attend the 2018 PAMA. As a producer of the documentary « An Undeniable Voice », she will walk on the Red Carpet and present the work as the opening film of the Award Ceremony.
Director Price Arana will be at her side during a QnA to talk more about the documentary.

Box Office.

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Prize list -to date– 2018 June 7

Our prize list this year is longer than ever !
And we still have partners to announce…
 
Basically :
– every attending filmaker will have a gift bag (one bag per film)
– the items listed in the prize list will be distributed to the festival winners.
 
Check all we have in stock for 2018 : DVDs, BluRays, Books, softwares…

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Official selection & first figures – 2018 May 30

We published on the 28th, 29th and 30th (today) our 2018 official selection in competition.

We received 1003 submissions this year (+ 62%),
we selected 89 different films / filmmakers / artists (+ 27%).
61 countries are represented (same as 2017).
We will screen 43 World Premieres (+ 26%),
18 European or International Premieres (+ 157%),
15 French Premieres (same as 2017),
and 7 Paris Premiere (- 36%).

We are proud to represent the independent filmmakers from all around the world.

Welcome to the PAMA 2018.

These numbers are temporary and will be confirmed after the festival in the annual figures.

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1.000 entries – 2018 May 24

Our call for entries for 2018 is now closed.
For the first time since the creation of the festival, we hit the mark of 1.000 entries.
We’ve been, this year and during 2017, listed several times in the FilmFreeway worldwide top 100 of the best reviewed festivals.There are more than 7000 festivals listed worldwide. Being in the top 100 means something.

This year again, our Judges are international, high-level, and from various backgrounds.
And for the first time, the festival will last 6 days, twice as the longest edition to date which was the 2015 festival.

The PAMA is growing, and this is good for filmmakers : it makes our network stronger and so allows us to screen more movies, more films of any genre, and support the filmmakers like you who are looking for a festival with you you can talk to, during the event and all year long.

Really looking forward this 2018 rendez-vous. We’ll have the best time. We’re waiting for you !

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Partnership with the Not Film Festival – 2018 May 19

We are proudly partnering with the @notilmfest in order to expand our filmmaker’s community and provide international opportunities to our submitters and Alumnus.
You can submit to the NOT FILM FEST on FilmFreeway with a 20% off with the code NOTPAMA20, before the last Not Film Fest’s deadline !
The Not Film Fest will screen a winning PAMA film next September during their festival, and the PAMA will screen one the Not Film Fest’s winners to its 2019 edition.
Let’s connect our communities and share our networking openings !

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Time’s up – 2018 Jan 3rd

The Paris Art and Movie Awards strongly supports the Time’s Up movement.

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Top 100 Film Festivals – 2017 Dec 21st

The Paris Art and Movie Awards has ranked as one of the Top 100 Best Reviewed Festivals on FilmFreeway.

According to reviews from FilmFreeway users since the inception of the festival in 2015, we are proud that the PAMA ranks in the top 2.5% of among more than 4,000 film festivals and creative contests around the world.

Thank all of you because this ranking is a testament to the countless hours of hard work and care devoted to creating such a wonderful event, FOR THE FILMMAKERS and the films.

We’re especially proud to be partnered with FilmFreeway.

Let’s go for the 4th edition !

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2018 Call for Films – 2017 Dec 7th
The 2018 call for entries for the 4th edition will start on December 18th.
 

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Festival results – synthesis – 2017 Sept 1st

We compiled some key figures and informations after our 3rd edition.

Check it here.

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2018 : the festival expands to Los Angeles – 2017 August 28th
After 3 years of festival and the creation of the Alumni Network, the Paris Art and Movie Awards keeps expanding, with the creation of a brother festival in Los Angeles :
the Hollywood Art and Movie Awards.
The Hollywood Art and Movie Awards and the Paris Art and Movie Awards will offer direct connexions to filmmakers from both sides of the ocean to connect and to work one step closer into the movie business.

Check all that the HAMA has to offer, with a call for entries starting September 1st, 2017.

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Festival 2017 : that’s a wrap ! – 2017 July 4th
That’s a wrap for the 3rd edition of the Paris Art and Movie Awards.
We thank you all, partners, filmmakers, attendees, volunteers…
Check ALL the pictures on Facebook and the videos will be posted on YouTube.

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Screening program – 2017 June 28
Box Office link right below.

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Billetterie ouverte – 2017 June 22nd
La billetterie est ouverte. Box Office is open.

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Mélanie Doutey Jury President – 2017 May 17th
For the first time, the Paris Art and Movie Awards will  have a Jury President to manage and coordinate the votes of all the Judges watching the films and reading the scripts.
Our festival is a constant homage and reminiscence of the generous, smart, and forever elegant Audrey Hepburn. Following that idea of a modern women mixing a big heart and a big smile in live and in movies, we invited actress Mélanie Doutey to be President of our 2017 Jury, and we’re humbled and glad she accepted the invite.
With Mélanie, our Jury is composed by 7 women and 7 men, from movies, entertainment, arts, marketing, culture, new medias…

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Talent Factory event in Los Angeles – 2017 May 5th
After creating the Paris Art and Movie Awards in 2015, festival founder Matt Beurois wanted to create the tools to keep helping filmmakers and help them jumping over the Ocean and try their shot in Los Angeles.
In that perspective, he created the Talent Factory platform : a hub managing several monthly and regular contests in the fields of movies, music video, scripts, storyboards and music itself.
Talent Factory offers monthly events, and an annual rendez-vous with many screenings, QnA, award give-away and networking.
The inaugural event took place at the Echo Park Film Center, right on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, this May 5 (cinco de Mayo).
Matt Beurois hosted the event, alongside with co-managing partner Auregan, French Judge Dorian Masson, and USA Judge Nicolas Wendl.

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Movie Theater LE BALZAC – 2017 May 3rd
The 2017 Festival will take place at the BALZAC movie theater in Paris.
It is located right up to the Champs-Elysées.
The BALZAC is one of the oldest cinema venue in Paris, family run for more than 40 years.
This year, all screenings and main events, including award ceremony will take place there,
inside the biggest room.

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Festival founder interview – 2017 February 18

1st 2017 interview of Matt Beurois, festival founder :

Download pdf or read online on Festival Review.

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Alumni Network – 2017 January 22nd

2017 will be the 3rd edition of the PAMA. We already had dozens of filmmakers attending the festival, more than a thousand films submitted,
and almost a hundred films that screened.
 
The very first purpose of the festival was, and remains : to help and support independent filmmakers, cast and crew to get noticed, and to have their work truly awarded.
Making films is a long way. Making it a career takes a life.
Our goal is to support artists climbing to the next step.
 
To move forward this objective, we launch THE ALUMNI NETWORK, an international link between each and every people connected together thanks to the festival.
Check more on the Facebook group.
 

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Check the 2015-2016 news archives on this page.

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2016 OFFICIAL COMPETITION

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court français

Kitchen – directed by Steve Duchesne – FRANCE

Apparition – directed by Denis Dobrovoda – FRANCE – FRENCH PREMIERE

Tunisia 2045 – directed by Ted Hardy-Carnac – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE

Fleur de peau – directed by Christophe Monier – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE

1870 – directed by Fabien Drugeon – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE

Avant – directed by Arthur Tabuteau – FRANCE 

Faux départ – directed by François Zaïdi – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE

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intl short

Bedtime – directed by Dallas Burgess – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

La Preuve – directed by Jonathan Lago-Lago – BELGIUM – WORLD PREMIERE

Town vs Gown – directed by Mark Hampton – UK – SCREENING PREMIERE, PARIS PREMIERE

Malgré Nous – directed by Valentin Pittard – SWITZERLAND – WORLD PREMIERE

Salt water – directed by Nadine Wright – CANADA – WORLD PREMIERE

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feature

Capsule – directed by Andrew Martin – UK – FRENCH PREMIERE

Sweet Girls – directed by Jean-Paul Cardinaux and Xavier Ruiz – SWITZERLAND – FRENCH PREMIERE

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music video

Song « What do you really wanna say » – directed by Eszter Angyalosy and Dániel Szőke – Band : Wonderland – HUNGARY – FRENCH PREMIERE

Song « Beatin » – directed by Quentin Perez – Artist : Ana Kova – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE

Song « En visant la lune » – directed by Julien Hassid – Band : Delta – BELGIUM – WORLD PREMIERE

Song « I come in pieces » – directed by Mikaël Vecchio – Band : Underdogs – FRANCE – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

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documentary

Political animals – directed by Jonah Markowitz and Tracy Wares – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

The postmodern pioneer plaque – directed by Boris Kozlov – SPAIN – FRENCH PREMIERE

Sustainable futures : survivor girls – directed by Nicole Watson – CANADA – SCREENING PREMIERE

The intimate realities of water – directed by Adrian Parr and Sean Hughes – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

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animated film

Farbenspiel – directed by Alexander Dannhauser, Artem Selennov & Jenny Diehl – GERMANY – FRENCH PREMIERE

Chhaya – directed by Debanjan Nandy – INDIA – WORLD PREMIERE

The Wishgranter – directed by Echo Wu, Kal Athannassov & John Mcdonald – USA – FRENCH PREMIERE

Alone – directed by Jeton Lakna – KOSOVO – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

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art in motion

Headway – directed by Nicolas Romieu and Yohann Grignou – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE

The Puddle – directed by Serdar Yilmaz – TURKEY – WORLD PREMIERE

Paris Day & Night – directed by Constantine Konovalov – RUSSIA – WORLD PREMIERE

A place I’ve never been – directed by Adrian Flury – SWITZERLAND

Fruitcake – directed by Harriet Francis Croucher – UK – WORLD PREMIERE

Life on the line – directed by Christian Holm Glad – NORWAY – WORLD PREMIERE

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best feature script

Lady of the Lake – written by Jesse d’Angelo – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

Tinsel Child – written by Tom Radovich – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

Night Without Shade – written by Dimitri Dietrich Limpert – GERMANY – WORLD PREMIERE

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best short script

Mom – written by Daniela Moran – MEXICO – WORLD PREMIERE

Amor Fati – written by Beth Anne Guerrera – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

US Navy Cine-Kodak – written by Stephen M. Hunt – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE

Ace and Anxious – written by Bri Castellini – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

Deception pass – written by Erik Guerrero Wiese & Cynthia True – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

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~ 2015 AWARDS ~

The award ceremony took place in Paris, 2015, sept 27th, 6:30PM.

The 2016 awards are on this page.

 

Meilleur court-métrage étudiant français de l’année

LA VEILLEUSE réalisé par Joan Borderie

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Best international student short of the year

SILENT BRAVE directed by Jami Ramberan

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Best Music Video of the year

SATURDAY MORNING directed by Marco Gallo

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Best short script of the year

STEEL HARVEST written by Christiian Kutlik

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Best feature script of the year

THE LAST INDIAN WAR written by Michael Graf

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Best Director Of Photography

JORRIT GARRETSEN, movie“Intrinsic Moral Evil”, directed by Harm Weistra

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Representing the film was Fernando Dominguez, choregrapher.

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Best lead actress for a short

IMOGEN DOEL, movie “Whisper”, directed by Joe Lewis

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Meilleur acteur pour un court-métrage

MIKAEL ALHAWI, film “Où t’étais”, réalisé par Vincent Morvan

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Meilleur acteur dans un long métrage

BAPTISTE CAILLAUD, film « Au Souvenir d’une Lune », réalisé par Guillaume Caramelle

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Best Lead Actress in a feature

KAMILLE McCUIN, film Nola Circus, réalisé par Luc Annest

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Award accepted by Jessica Morali, actress, and Arnaud Bettan, producer of the movie.

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Meilleure web série de l’année

AUTHENTIK réalisé par Anthony Lemaitre

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Best animation of the year

MALY COUSTEAU directed by Jacuk Kuril

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Best documentary of the year

SEVEN DAYS A WEEK directed by Tal Amiran

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Best experimental and visual arts in motion

THE STORY OF THE LITTLE GIRL WHO LOVED BUTTERFLIES directed by Paula Du Gelly

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Meilleur réalisateur pour un court métrage

ALBAN RAVASSARD, film « L’Appel »

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Best International short of the year

HEADLOCK directed by Garreth Stover

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Meilleur court-métrage français de l’année

LA FORCE DE L’AGE, réalisé par Quentin Lecocq

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Prix dans les mains de Gérard Dessalles, acteur principal.

All nominated films screen during the Paris Art and Movie Awards.

~ NOMINATIONS IN COMPETITION 2015 ~

/ Shorts /

web serie new medias(1)
Authentik – réalisé par Anthony Lemaitre – FRANCE
The Gully – directed by John Gigrich – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

director
Alban Ravassard – L’appel – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
Emmanuel Fricero – La curée – FRANCE
Nathalie Giraud & Timothée Corteggiani – L’usine, l’autre nuit – FRANCE

 

best short script
Between the two of us – written by Lynn-Maree Nash – AUSTRALIA – WORLD PREMIERE
 No cigarettes in space – written by Sundae Jahant-Osborn – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
Steel Harvest – written by Christiaan Kutlik – USA – FRENCH PREMIERE

 

 best feature script
Incredibull – written by Gregory Wolk – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
Just kill me already – written by Sundae Jahant-Osborn – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
The last indian war – written by Michael Graf – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

intl short
C’est plus facile de liker que de dire je t’aime – réalisé par William Mazzoleni – QUEBEC – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Forêt – réalisé par Samuel Feller – BELGIUM – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Headlock – directed by Garreth Stover – USA – FRENCH PREMIERE

 


La Force de l’Age – réalisé par Quentin Lecocq – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
L’appel – réalisé par Alban Ravassard – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
L’automne de Zao – réalisé par Nikolaus Roche-Kresse – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
La Veilleuse – réalisé par Joan Borderie – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE

 

documentaire documentary
A Venue for the End of the World – directed by Aidan Prewett – AUSTRALIA – PARIS PREMIERE
A Way of Life – directed by Ben Spilling – UK – FRENCH PREMIERE
Le premier voyage d’Alban Oswald –  réalisé par Kareen David – FRANCE – PREMIERE MONDIALE
Seven days a week – directed by Tal Amiran – UK – WORLD PREMIERE

 

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Mikaël Alhawi – Meilleur acteur 1er rôle – Où t’étais – FRANCE – COMPETITION PREMIERE
Frédéric Lemay – Meilleur acteur 1er rôle – C’est plus facile de liker que de dire je t’aime – QUEBEC – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Freddy Rodriguez – Best actor in a leading part – Mediation – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

art in motion film experimental
Catherine – directed by Oliwia Siem – UK – WORLD PREMIERE
Delayed Boomerang – réalisé par François Roux – FRANCE – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Fatima – directed by Allison Foust – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
Scratchorama – directed by Robert Lyons – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Sleeper of the Valley – directed by Laura Carnet – CANADA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Stream, explore the unseen – directed by Roman De Giuli – GERMANY – FRENCH PREMIERE
The Story of the Little Girl Who Loved Butterflies – directed by Paula du Gelly – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

 


Amontillado – réalisé par Carolina Gómez de Llarena – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
Mon père est un oiseau – réalisé par Lucie Pagès – FRANCE – COMPETITION PREMIERE
La Veilleuse – réalisé par Joan Borderie – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
Que la mort nous sépare – réalisé par Fabien Luszezyszyn – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE

 

intl student short
Kids who jump off bridges – directed by Zoe Neary – CANADA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Silent Brave – directed by Jami Ramberan – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
The Impossible – directed by Kelly Hogrebe – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
This home is not empty – directed by Carol Nguyen – CANADA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

music video clip
All I Need is You – directed by Randall Maxwell – USA – WORLD PREMIERE
The big black wolf – directed by Adrian Langreo – SPAIN – FRENCH PREMIERE
Carpenter brut’s roller mobster – directed by Dorian Masson – FRANCE – WORLD PREMIERE
Saturday Morning – directed by Marco Gallo – ITALY – WORLD PREMIERE
Young gods – directed by Gavin Filipiak – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

 

animated film film d'animation
Maly Cousteau – Best animated film – directed by Jakub Kouril – CZECH REPUBLIC
Metamorphosis – Meilleur film d’animation – réalisé par Frédéric Even et Louise Mercadier – FRANCE
None of that – Best animated film – directed by Isabela Littger de Pinho, Anna Hinds Paddock and Kriti Kaur – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

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Gisèle Casadesus – Meilleur actrice 1er rôle – Au Diapason – FRANCE – COMPETITION PREMIERE
Aurélia Crebessegues – Meilleur actrice 1er rôle – Où t’étais – FRANCE – COMPETITION PREMIERE
Emilie Deville – Meilleur actrice 1er rôle – L’usine l’autre nuit – FRANCE
Imogen Doel – Best actress leading role – Whisper – UK – WORLD PREMIERE
Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse – Meilleur actrice 1er rôle – C’est plus facile de liker que de dire je t’aime – QUEBEC – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

 

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Michel Baudour – Meilleur Directeur de la photographie – Forêt – BELGIUM – EUROPEAN PREMIERE
Fabien Drugeon – Meilleur Directeur de la photographie – L’automne de Zao – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
Raùl Fernandez – Meilleur Directeur de la photographie – L’Appel – FRANCE – PARIS PREMIERE
Jorrit Garretsen – Best Director of photography – Intrinsic Moral Evil – NETHERLANDS – PARIS PREMIERE
Olivier Landry – Best Director of photography – The Hunting – FRANCE

 

~ OFFICIAL SELECTION 2015 ~

/ Features /

 acteur 1er role actor leading role

Baptiste Caillaud – Meilleur acteur dans un 1er rôle – AU SOUVENIR D’UNE LUNE – FRANCE – FRENCH PREMIERE
Andrew J. West – Best actor in a leading part – BIPOLAR – USA – WORLD PREMIERE

 
actress leading role actrice 1er role
Laetitia Casta – Meilleure actrice dans un 1er rôle – ARLETTY, UNE PASSION COUPABLE – FRANCE – FESTIVAL PREMIERE
Jill Evyn – Best actress in a leading part – ADALINE – USA – FRENCH PREMIERE
Kamille McCuin – Best actress in a leading part – NOLA CIRCUS – USA – EUROPEAN PREMIERE

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/ Out of Competition /

out of competition

ASPIRATIONAL, short directed by Matthew Frost, starring Kirsten Dunst, USA. PARIS PREMIERE.

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STAR TREK, OUR 50 YEARS MISSION, web documentary, directed by Christopher Tevebaugh, USA. WORLD PREMIERE.

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ON THE EDGE OF OBLIVION / Aux Frontières de l’Oubli, fan film, réalisé Jordan Inconstant, FRANCE. EUROPEAN PREMIERE.

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La Momie, réalisé Lewis Eizykman, FRANCE.

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Tunnel, réalisé par Olivier Nelli, FRANCE. FESTIVAL PREMIERE.

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~ SUBMIT ~

 

Submissions for the 2019 edition start on Winter 2018.


We are also now listed on :

Certification 2017 :

NEW : you can now submit your stills and photographs directly onto FilmFreeway.
Our goal is to select raw talents. We impose no theme, no topic, we want to see what YOU have to offer, in an artistic perspective, on a still picture.
We will exhibit the winner(s) during the festival.
Withoutabox logos are trademarks of Withoutabox, a DBA of IMDb.com Inc. or its affiliates.

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The 2018 program, to date. The informations below are subject to change.

Box Office /Tickets :

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June, Wednesday 20 :

Special private screening for the kids of La Voix de l’Enfant (The Child’s Voice charity) in partnership with Emmaüs.

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June, Thursday 21 :

Welcoming

Night : Ice Breaking opening party. / Details.

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June, Friday 22 :

Formation

NOUVEAU LIEU : Carreau du Temple -> L’entrée s’effectue par la réception située au 2, rue Perrée dans le 3e arrondissement (Métro Temple ou République).

NOUVEL HORAIRE : de 10h à Midi.

Crowdfunding et mécénat participatif : les clés d’une collecte réussie. 🇫🇷 (in French only) / Détails.

Session offerte par Proarti.

Screenings

Au Café de Paris, 158 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris – Facebook EventBilletterie / Box Office.

13h / 1PM : opening films, partnership with the Paris Play Film Festival.

14h / 2PM : Student Films

OUR HORIZON, directed by Jack Szynaka and Nikki Conero, USA, PARIS YOU GOT ME, directed by Julie Boehm, GERMANY, NO CORRESPONDENCE, directed by Núria Audi, SPAIN, LA CHAMBRE NOIRE (The Dark Room), directed by Morgane Segaert, FRANCE.

15h / 3PM : Animated films, Visual Art in Motion film, Short Documentaries

SHADOW, PANTHER, BEING GOOD.
Uno Sens, TUSH-TODSHICK.
Parallel Lines, by Allison Walsh, Cedar Tree of Life, by Odessa Shuquaya

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June, Saturday 23 :

Note : one ticket gives you access to the full afternoon from 1 to 5PM.

You are listed in competition ? It is free. You want to join us ? Tickets / Facebook Event.

Screenings

13H / 1PM : Web Series / Details / Tickets

French Connection – Table Ronde réalisateurs français

14h / 2PM : Table ronde avec des réalisateurs français  🇫🇷 (in French only) / Détails / Tickets.

Screenings

15H-17H / 3PM to 5PM : Feature film « Kids with Guns » / Details / Tickets.

Networking evening

Le Social Bar, 25 Rue Villiot, 75012 Paris – Bring business cards, scripts, moodboards… 🇺🇸 (international) / Tickets.

18H / 6PM : Networking one-to-one as a pro speed meeting with moderation / Details.

19H / 7PM : Free Mixer / Details.

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June, Sunday 24 :

Screenings

– Grand Rex, 1 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris – Facebook EventBilletterie / Box Office.

12.30PM / 12H30 : Red Carpet / Dress Code.

13h / 1PM : International Short Films, followed by a QnA / Details.

14h-16h / 2PM to 4PM : French Short Films, followed by a QnA / Details.

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June, Monday 25 :

Screenings

Au Café de Paris, 158 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris – Facebook EventBilletterie / Box Office.

13h / 1PM : Music Videos and Dance Films / Details.

14H / 2PM to 4PM : feature film in competition INGENIUM.

Closing Night & Award Ceremony

Grand Rex & Rex Club – 1 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris / Dress Code / Tickets.

6PM : Red Carpet @ Rex Club

7:45 : Opening Speeches

8:00 : Opening Film « An Undeniable Voice ». Short presentation in presence of director Price Arana and producer SHARON STONE.

8:20 : QnA with Sharon Stone and Price Arana

8:45 :Award Ceremony . 22 awards distributed.

After Party

Rex Club – 1 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris / Dress Code / Tickets soon.

10:30 to 11:30PM

 

100 first seats availables for the award ceremony :

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BILLETTERIE NETWORKING

~ ATTEND ~

If you’re a filmmaker or cast and crew of a selected film, you are granted a free entrance, to the full festival OR your block of screening. Please contact us.

If you want to attend as an audience, you can buy a ticket in advance (box office soon), or on site.

Please respect the DRESS CODE.

 

 

~ PARTNERS ~

If you want to become a partner of the Festival, please send us an e-mail to pamaparisawards AT gmail.com

Téléchargez notre présentation 2019.

 

Certifications and label :

2018 PARTNERS :

 

 

 

2018 We are listed on:

 

2017 PARTNERS

We’re happy to say the BNP Paribas bank is our partner for the 3rd year in a row, with an expanding partnership to shape. Making them the only official partner supporting the festival since its creation.

Final Draft renews our partnership and will, again, offer several scriptwriting softwares to the PAMA winners.

Major French Casting website EtoileCasting is our partner for the 2017 edition. EtoileCasting offers casting breakdowns, online portfolios, and industry news.

Le Blog du Cinéma is a website with authors, talking about cinema with no boundaries : news, trailers, talents, but also TV, DVD and series : each journalist share his views and reviews with a high quality standard.

We’re thrilled to announce a new media partner being CineSeries Mag, one of the smartest French website reviewing films and series, but also news, music, cinema history, and of courses festivals.

 

We’ve been supporting charity LA VOIX DE L’ENFANT -Child Voice- since day one, inviting kids and youngsters to attend the festival for free and to meet with directors. We keep doing it of course, in 2017.

Book.fr is a website offering a complete range of tools for artists and talents to stream their reels, showcase their book, and create their website.


 

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2016 PARTNERS

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The Paris Art and Movie Awards international film festival proudly partners with several charities :

La Voix de l’Enfant / Child’s Voice (FRANCE)

The American Legion (USA and FRANCE)

We also support the Time’s Up movement.

 

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– « Child Voice« , the French largest chartity protecting kids in France (federation « La Voix de l’Enfant »). This federation gathers many societies and associations that help children, defend them in courts, protect their rights, give them a voice, offer education and protection.

Because they are in need of a home, because of family issues, sometimes violence or simply loneliness or lack of luck… « Child Voice » give the kids a voice to defend themselves, from the streets to the courts, and give the opportunities to enhance their chances in life.

The Paris Art and Movie Awards opens several of its screenings to the kids, for free of course. We also run special screenings and meetings during the festival, for the filmakers to talk and explain movies to the kids, from 7 to 29.

« We are proud to support La Voix de l’Enfant since the festival’s inception. Movies are about freedom, knowledge, entertainment, and fun. We often consider these as basic everyday stuff. For some people, they are not. With our actions, we want to support the kids, and just have them enjoy and discover what movies are about and for. »

Matt Beurois, festival founder and Ceo.

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« Thanks to our activities in Los Angeles, we’ve been lucky to meet some extraodinary people. In here in the USA, being a veteran means a lot. It has its perks, and its challenges. From France, we often don’t really understand the meaning of « service« , it is a different culture. This year, starting in 2018, we are happy today to start working with the American Legion, to share our experiences, and be somehow helpful to those who gave some, or gave all. »

Matt Beurois

The 2018 edition of the Paris Art and Movie Awards will include a special screening with and for the Veterans. This will bring a new audience to the screenings, and will also bring the screenings to new places, being a great opportunity for the filmmakers.

The Paris Post is post number one because it’s been the very first created after World War II. Once again, we are proud and humbled to team with people who made history, to a human level, and more.

We also are in connexion with Post 43 (Hollywood), and soon with Post 150 (Burbank).

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Our winter festival, the Hollywood Art and Movie Awards, raised awareness to the Time’s Up movement, inviting people to donate directely to their fund.

We are very cautious, each year with the PAMA and the HAMA, to select judges from very different backgrounds, origins, cultures, with various life and work experiences, including women and men.

We will continue to work this way in 2018 and after that.

 

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Download our presentation leaflet.

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E-mail : pamaparisawardsATgmailDOTcom

Facebook : Official PAMA FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Please notice we prefer e-mail. We first proceed to manage submissions, then we respond at first to your questions regarding your submission, then to the rest.

We try to be as fast responding as we can. Thanks.

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~ PRESSE ~

Téléchargez notre Dossier de Presse 2018 – Sharon Stone au PAMA.

Téléchargez notre présentation 2018.

~ PRESSE 2018 ~

Selection of links here.

~ PRESSE 2017 ~

 

La 3ème édition du Festival a eu lieu le 3 juillet 2017, à Paris.

Le Paris Art and Movie Awards est un festival de cinéma indépendant, qui tiendra sa 3ème édition à Paris le 3 juillet, au cinéma Le Balzac.

Longs et courts métrages, films d’animation, de danse, expérimentaux… Le festival accueille un large éventail de talents, venus du monde entier.

Après Mark Dacascos l’an dernier (Le Pacte des Loups, Crying Freeman, Only The Strong), c’est l’actrice Mélanie Doutey (César du meilleur espoir féminin pour Le Frère du Guerrier, vue dans La French, RTT…) qui préside cette année un jury de 13 personnalités du cinéma, de l’image, du marketing et des nouveaux médias.

A l’affiche cette année, Hugo Becker (Gossip Girls, Chefs) nominé dans la catégorie meilleur acteur; Anna Mouglalis, nommée dans la catégorie meilleure comédienne; Tetsuo Nagata (La Vie en Rose, MicMacs à Tire Larigot, Splice…) nominé dans la catégorie meilleur directeur de la photographie, Jean-Paul Fresnay, récompensé au festival d’Austin et nominé au PAMA dans la catégorie meilleur clip, ou encore Jonathan Kingston Gameiro (crédité sur Star Wars: Episode VIII, Doctor Strange, Jason Bourne) qui présente son court-métrage True Heart, multi-nominé au PAMA cette année.

La programmation comprend également un film d’animation traitant de la situation opposant les Sioux de Standing Rock au gouvernement américain, un court-métrage français dans lequel Anna Mouglalis interprète Niki de Saint Phalle, et pour la première fois depuis la création du festival, un film Iranien (Icky) est sélectionné en compétition officielle dans la catégorie meilleur film d’animation, malgré la censure artistique et économique frappant dans ce pays depuis plusieurs années.

Dans les nouveaux prix cette année, le PAMA décernera le trophée de la meilleure musique de film, le prix du meilleur monteur, et le prix de la meilleure photo d’art.

Le meilleur réalisateur de l’année repartira avec le fameux trophée signature du festival, une tour Eiffel de bronze, les autres prix comprenant des plaques de cristal gravées au laser à l’effigie de Brigitte Bardot (après Audrey Hepburn l’an dernier).

Le festival a également tissé de nombreux partenariats avec Etoile Casting, Final Draft et Book.fr pour offrir de nombreux prix en nature aux lauréats et aux artistes sélectionnés en compétition.

Jury : http://parisartandmovieawards.com/judges/2017-judges/

Billetterie : https://www.billetweb.fr/festival-paris-art-and-movie-awards 

Sélection officielle : http://parisartandmovieawards.com/2017-official-competition/

Programmation : http://parisartandmovieawards.com/#program

Site : http://parisartandmovieawards.com

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/thepama

Teaser : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iVVT7N9EyA

 

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Download our presentation leaflet.

1st 2017 interview of Matt Beurois, festival founder :

Download pdf or read online on Festival Review.

~ PRESSE 2016 ~

Discours d’ouverture du Député Frédéric Lefebvre, de la 1ère circonscription : Amérique du Nord, Canada, Quebec :

Mark Dacascos’ interview, english version. Interview de Mark Dacascos, version française.

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Interview de Melissa Mars.

Hungary Today, article and review of Best Music Video winner.

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Interview de Quentin Lecocq.

Interview du fondateur du PAMA sur Radio Aligre, cliquez sur le logo :

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Article sur Jonathan Lago Lago, lauréat 2016.

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Présentation sur FilmFestivals.com.

Article sur le site du député Frédéric Lefebvre :

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Vidéos de la cérémonie de remise des prix sur la page You Tube de Mulderville, et du Paris Art and Movie Awards.

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Affiche 2016 / 2016 poster : Download

2016 laurels : here.

~ TEAM ~

 

Matt Beurois, founder, general manager.

Matt is a director and producer.

His feature film « The Barn » will be out in 2018, under Gravitas Ventures distribution.

He previously directed 25 short films, wrote 5 feature scripts and several series.

He attended more than 35 film festivals with his film Man of the Past, which won number of international awards. His last short « Five Minutes with Mary » , starring Jansen Panettiere, got selected to two Academy Awards qualifying festival in 2017 and was listed by MTV.

Matt also run a public communication department for 4 years and a Cultural department for 2 years, under the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

HIn Paris, he is a member of the Société des Réalisateurs de Films (French DGA), of the Maison des Scénaristes (French WGA),  of The American Club of Paris.

Matt’s Imdb.

Matt’s website.

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Auregan, co-general manager, accounting.

Auregan is a singer-songwriter, international performer. She recorded a duet with Billy Ray Cyrus (Miley Cyrus father), a full album and several singles in France, UK and the US, including the hit rock’n’roll title 1798.

Her latest song, « Paris-Désert » is an award-winning song as best original track for a film at the Los Angeles Cinefest, and is available on every digital platform.

She also is a producer with her company Yucca Prime, and an award-moninated (Portsmouth Film Festival -UK). As a scriptwriter she got 7 times nominated.

Auregan’s Imdb.

Auregan’s website.

Auregan + Imogen

Auregan (to the left) giving Imogen Doel her best leading actress award, sept 2016.

 

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Olivier Nelli, technical side of the force.

Olivier is a director claiming himself from the genre : fantasy and horror. He directed several shorts, many music videos, and his first feature Paradox will star Christopher Lambert and Iggy Pop.

Olivier’s Imdb.

Olivier, technicien projections.

Olivier, technicien projections.

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~ BÉNÉVOLES ~

 

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