The Paris Art and Movie Awards strongly supports the Time’s Up movement.
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 !
2018 Call for Films – 2017 Dec 7th
The 2018 call for entries for the 4th edition will start on December 18th.
Festival results – synthesis – 2017 Sept 1st
We compiled some key figures and informations after our 3rd edition.
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.
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…
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.
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.
Festival founder interview – 2017 February 18
1st 2017 interview of Matt Beurois, festival founder :