Program

~2020 PROGRAM ~

Our 2020 program will include:

  • a Masterclass with Natascha McElhone
  • a Masterclass with James Morrison
  • our annual selection of short and feature films
  • our annual selection of documentaries and all other categories in competition
  • 3 short films from the Disability Film Challenge
  • a digital art exhibit of Michael Serafino SPLICE SERIES
  • a curated digital TOY PHOTOGRAPHY exhibition
  • an Alumni “Coffee Break from the Madness of Times”

More soon.

We are taking YOUR questions for Natascha McElhone.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY QUESTION?

E-MAIL: send us an email with your questions (3 maximum).

Please sign with at least your first name. You are also encouraged to specify if you had a film selected at the PAMA, if you are a filmmaker, scriptwriter, performer…

VIDEO: tape your ONE question with your phone or camera.

Then send it to us by email. 1920×1080 maximum accepted res. No more than 500MB.

DEADLINE: June 20. Email: pamaparisawardsATgmail.com

All submissions will be considered and moderated. Some will be pre-selected by the PAMA management, some will also be randomly picked.


~ 2019 PROGRAM ~

The 2019 edition of the Paris Art & Movie Awards includes movies starring:

Gerard Depardieu, Anne Marivin, Gaspar Ulliel, Olivier Marchal, Diplo, Alban Lenoir, Alain Chamfort, Bernard Mabille, Avicii, Chris Martin, Gil Alma, Medi Sadoun, Lionel Abelanski, Michel Fau, Olivier Rabourdin…

Tuesday Sept 17

A DEMAIN (SEE YOU TOMORROW), directed by Pauline Mabille, FRANCE, 19′.

TREATMENT, directed by Andrea Behring, USA, 8′.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

FOURTEEN, directed by Rowena Rasmussen, AUSTRALIA, 8′.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

IDIOSYNCRASY, directed by Tim Moldenhauer, HONG KONG, 2′.

WORLD PREMIERE

WHITE WOLVES, directed by Sarah Koteles, USA, 14′.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

LIFE!, directed by Ramesh Jai, GHANA, 4′.

DON’T FEED THESE ANIMALS, directed by Guilherme Afonso, Miguel Madaíl de Freitas, PORTUGAL, 11′.

PARIS PREMIERE

AWARENESS, directed by Arttu Nieminen, FINLAND, 4′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

Tickets

(ticket includes all screenings that day. Even selected filmmakers MUST book their free tickets).

Venue: Majestic Bastille

Wednesday Sept 18

PARENTS INC., directed by Harold Zwart, USA, 6′ / IN SUPPORT OF The Disability Film Challenge, USA.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

BURNING BRIGHT, directed by Aaron Bierman, USA, 9′.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

PREVIEW, directed by Emilien PARON, FRANCE, 15′.

FESTIVAL COMPETITION WORLD PREMIERE

LA JUNGLE, directed by Victor Ohmer, FRANCE, 15′.

PARIS PREMIERE

MADBEN & REBEKA WARRIOR & MANU LE MALIN – GRIEF, DANCE TO DEATH, directed by Nobrain, FRANCE, 5′.

COMPETITION PREMIERE

CONSOMMABLE (Consumable),  directed by Salomé Starcelli, FRANCE, 11′.

QnAs

GRENOUILLE DE CRYSTAL (Crystal Frog), directed by Slony Sow, FRANCE, 16′.

CLAC!, directed by Fabien Ara, FRANCE, 20′.

L’AMAZONE (The Amazon), directed by Alexandra Naoum, FRANCE, 14′.

UNE NUIT (One Night), directed by Guillaume Caramelle, FRANCE, 3′.

CHACUN SON TOUR (One after the other), directed by Didier Burnichon, FRANCE, 15′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

QnAs

Tickets

(ticket includes all screenings that day. Even selected filmmakers MUST book their free tickets).

Venue: Majestic Bastille

Thursday Sept 19

THE TIGRESS MASQUE, directed by Gowri Neelavar, INDIA, 3′.

WORLD PREMIERE

MAKING IT AGAINST ALL ODDS, directed by Soraya Azzabi, CANADA, 24′.

WORLD PREMIERE

SIRENS TANGO, directed by Lisa Le Lievre, USA, 12′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

THE STOP, directed by Komrakova Liudmila, RUSSIA, 5′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

IN MY BLOOD, directed by Samuel Hicks, UK, 3′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

PAPA, directed by Christophe Switzer, FRANCE, 15′.

PARIS PREMIERE

QnAs

JE SUIS CHAUD, directed by Benoit Bargeton, FRANCE, 3′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

A TERRE (Down), directed by Arnaud Mizzon, FRANCE, 17′.

ALAIN CHAMFORT + Cie NIKI NOVES – LINOLEUM, directed by Niki Noves, FRANCE, 6′.

FRENCH FESTIVAL PREMIERE

AN AUSPICIOUS EFFORT, directed by Deniz Uymaz, TURKEY, 14′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

COUP D’FEU (Shot Fired), directed by Pierre-André Gilard, FRANCE, 8′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

MORT AUX CODES (To Hell with Codes), directed by Léopold Legrand, FRANCE, 14′.

QnAs

Tickets

(ticket includes all screenings that day. Even selected filmmakers MUST book their free tickets).

Venue: Gaumont Marignan, ChampsÉlysées

Friday Sept 20

THE LAPS: TASMANIA, directed by Angie Davis, AUSTRALIA, 53′.

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

QnA

ORDALIE (Ordeal), directed by Sacha Barbin, FRANCE, 16′.

ETERNITY, directed by Anna Sobolevksa, UKRAINE, 24′.

FRENCH PREMIERE

QnA

Award Giveaway (dress code)

Tickets

(ticket include all screenings that day, then the award giveaway. Even selected filmmakers MUST book their free tickets).

Venue: Gaumont Marignan, ChampsÉlysées

~ 2018 PROGRAM ~

The 2018 program.