MUBI and Cisco returned to the Croisette for Cannes à la Flip—a contest challenging Short Film Corner directors to shoot a short film while attending the 2010 festival.
People’s Choice Award
THE MOST POPULAR CANNES A LA FLIP SHORT AS VOTED BY THE MUBI MEMBERSHIP
Jonathan Bunning: The Anti-Lassie. Receives An Apple I-pad.
And in official competition during the Cannes Festival itself…
FROM MORE THAN 300 COMPETITORS THESE WINNERS WERE CHOSEN BY A SELECT JURY
First Place: Kiteling by Eva Pervolovici. Receivies €3,000 and a meeting with Hengameh Panahi, President of Celluloid Dreams.
Second Place: One Night Avec La Mer by Colin L. Racicot. Receives €1,000.
Third Place: Youth by Ayse Altinok. Receives €500.
Renata de Almeida – Director Sao Paolo Film Festival
Leon Cakoff – Director Sao Paolo Film Festival
Patricia Riggen – Director, Revolucion
Mariana Chenillo – Director, Revolucion
Amat Escalante – Director, Revolucion
Gerardo Naranjo – Director, Revolucion
Daniel Kasman – Editor-in-chief MUBI
Hengameh Panahi – President, Celluloid Dreams
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