JURY 2022
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After training with Eva Saint Paul in Paris, Flavie began her career as an actress in theatre. She was in successful plays: “Lady Oscar”, directed by Eric Civanyan at the Théâtre de la Renaissance; “On the left when leaving the elevator” directed by Arthur Jugnot who directed her again in “For 100 bricks you have nothing now” at the Fontaine theater and “Père ou fils”, a comedy by Clément Michel.

On television, she is revealed to the general public in series such as 'The trainee', 'Joséphine ange-gardien', 'Crimes parfaits', P'lus belle la vie', T'andem'…

Flavie is also an author. Her first play "Merlin: the legend" was performed in Paris and toured for several years all over France as well as her adaptation of the book "So here you go, the 1001 lives of emergencies" by Baptiste Beaulieu.

After being performed at the Théâtre du Splendid, her latest play "Saint-Exupery, the mystery of the aviator" will go on tour in 2023. She also co-wrote short programs such as "Mère et fille" for Disney Channel and is currently working on the development of two feature films.

Recently she starred in the short film "Welcome to Candy's" directed by Sabine Crossen where she plays Candy. This gave her the taste for stage combat that she assiduously practices within the MAD stunt school.

 

Favorite movie: The Magnificent by Philippe De Broca and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo.

Flavie PÉAN - Jury President

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Elise is a film director, screenwriter and acting coach. Franco/Australian, she has worked in Paris since 1997. She has coached French actors such as Audrey Dana, (Romy Schneider Prize – César nomination for best newcomer, Anne Charrier, Claude Perron, Thierry Fremont, and many more. Elise has also staged several plays, notably Joann Sfar's "Le chat du Rabbi".

As a screenwriter, she writes and co-writes scripts and she particularly likes to write comedies with an Anglo-Saxon spirit.

Her film Songlines has been selected at the Festival International d'Aubagne, Clap 89 and Festival du Film Francophone d'Angoulêm among others. It won the Best Screenplay Award at the Moscow shorts. 

You can also see her short film "Fish & Chicks" on youtube with over 800,000 views

 

Films that influenced her: Wing of desire by Wim Wenders, Paris Texas by Jim Jarmusch, A woman under influence by John Cassavetes, and his latest crush: The triangle of Sadness by Ruban Östlund

Elise MC LEOD - Jury Member

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Jean-Louis Lannes defines himself as "Cinephile, living in rural areas for 50 years".

Born at the same time as the world of cinema came to town, Jean-Louis maintains an eternal link with the 7th art, from the sessions in dark rooms on Thursday afternoons to the arrival of small skylights in the town houses.

“Our ways of life changed then, and the umpteenth screening of the Pagnolesque trilogy supplanted the argument of the neighbors upstairs. There is no small or large cinema. The young generation of filmmakers and screenwriters surprises me, amazes me with their inventiveness or confuses me, but it never bores me"

For Jean-Louis, the cinema is a serious business that challenges and upsets for real.

Jean-Louis LANNES

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Après avoir débuté sa carrière professionnelle dans l’industrie de la mode en tant que créatrice-directrice artistique, où elle a remporté plusieurs prix, Sophie-Venecia Reyes travaille comme co-productrice et chargée d'affaires chez Cinefeelprod.

Dans son dernier court-métrage NO NOS CALLARÁN !, elle écrit, joue, réalise, monte et produit son film. Son court-métrage a reçu le prix spécial du jury Remi Winner au 54e Worldfest - Houston International Film Festival et a depuis eu plusieurs autres sélections en festival.

Elle crée sa société de production INSIDE US FILMS pour développer un cinéma qui œuvre pour l'égalité des genres dans le secteur audiovisuel.
Elle prépare actuellement son premier long-métrage.

Sophie VENECIA REYES

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Originaire de l'Aude, Etienne Garcia débute les études de cinéma dans l'Hérault en 2005 puis à Roubaix en 2008 ou il se spécialise dans la production audiovisuelle. Après une licence en esthétique du cinéma à la Sorbonne en 2010, il collabore en production sur plusieurs longs métrages, séries et publicités sur Paris jusqu'à 2014, puis en Occitanie par la suite. Travaillant entre le casting et la production, il crée et préside le Festival International du Film de Fiction Historique en 2015 qui se déroule en Haute-Garonne ainsi que le Festival International du Film Politique de Carcassonne en 2018, des événements qui célèbreront respectivement l'année prochaine leur 8ème et 4ème édition.

Mon film préféré : Psychose (Alfred Hitchcock).

Étienne GARCIA