Prize list of the 6th edition

Did you miss some movies? Come and enjoy our special day reserved to the awarded documentaries.

The documentary follows the meeting of two european reggae singers and their love for Jamaica. Saturday at 8pm at CIVA

To open the programme in pdf, click here

Discover the images of the Secretary General of United Nations, Mr Ban Ki-Moon, visiting the festival

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The 6th edition of the Millenium Festival ended in style on Friday 11th of April! During 10 days, 60 screenings, 40 guests and 50 documentaries that deal with the big issues of our time were programmed at the festival.

The announcement of the awards was followed by the screening of Life Sentences, by Nurit Kedar and Yaron Shani, winner of the Objectif d'or, grand award of the festival, but also of the Audience Award.

After the deliberation, the jury decided to award 6 films instead of 4, creating a Special Mention of the Jury that they attributed to Nowhere to Call Home by Jocelyn Ford and awarding two documentaries ex-aequo for the Special Award of the Jury : Midsummer Night's Tango by Vivian Blumenschein and Gangster of Love by Nebojsa Slijepcevic.


The CSC Award, that rewards the best film in the "World's Workers" Competition was, attributed to Il pane a vita by Stefano Collizzolli.


The Young Jur, Armadillo by Janus Metz was the big winner.


To find the entire prize list, click here.