The awards

Every year, Music & Cinema gives out several prizes in order to pay tribute to the artists of the Festival. Among them, the two Best Original Score Awards, awarded to a short and a feature film, and several grants to support creation and young artists.

 

  • 2022

    FEATURE FILM AWARDS

    The feature film jury, made up of director Audrey Estrougo (Supremes, La Taularde, Look at me, You, me, the others), producer Delphine Schmit (Nuestras Madres, Les Révoltés, Les Meilleurs), director and journalist Thierry Jousse (I am a No Man's Land, Les Invisibles, Code name: Sacha), and the composer Delphine Mantoulet (Géronimo, Liberté…) awarded the following prizes:

    GRAND PRIZE FOR BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC

    (2000€ donated by alcimé)

     Ruben De Gheselle composer of the original music of the film Clara Sola by Nathalie Álvarez Mesén

    JURY AWARD

     Hive by Blerta Basholli music by Julien Painot

    SHORT FILM AWARDS

    The short film jury, made up of composer Julie Roué (A Woman of the World, Partridge, The Best), actor Jérémie Duvall (My father is a cleaning lady, The Full Monty - the musical), composer Marc Marder ( Rithy Panh's Missing Image, Sandrine Kiberlain's Une Jeune fille qui va bien), producer Jérôme Nunes (Les films de force Majeure) awarded the following prizes:

    GRAND PRIZE FOR BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC

    (€3,000 • including €1,500 awarded by SACEM to the composer and €1,500 awarded by Alcimé to the director)

     Paloma by Hugo Bardin music by Marc Bret-Vittoz • France

    FICTION AWARD (€800)

     Les Criminels by Serhat Karaaslan music by Charli Circus • Roumanie/France/Turquie

    Special Jury Mention

     Erratum Giulio Callegari music by Alexandre Delilez • France

    ANIMATION AWARD (€800)

     Little Ox de Patrick Vandebroeck & Raf Wathion music by Michel Banabila / DS Wart Wamsteker • Belgique/Pays-Bas

    DOCUMENTARY AWARD - Mathieu Hoche

    €800 awarded in tribute to Mathieu Hoche, former SATIS student, director at France 24 whose life was mown down at the Bataclan

     Babičino Seksualno Zivljenje by Urška Djukić & Emilie Pigeard music by Tomaž Grom / DS Julij Zornik • Slovenie/France

    BEST GERMAN-SPEAKING CINEMATOGRAPHIC CREATION AWARD

    (€800) Granted by the Goethe-Institut Marseille

     Selina by Greta Benkelmann music by Daniel Tyllack, Young Boi$, Toni Strange • Allemagne

    AWARD MARITIMA TV Med en Doc

    (pre-purchase of a documentary) Presented in collaboration with the Région Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

     Dans le silence d'une mer abyssale by Juliette Klinke / DS Lise Bouchez • Belgique 

    SHORT FILM CORNER

    Pre-purchase of a documentary given to an animated short film or a documentary. Free registration at the Short Film Corner – Rendez-vous industry, Cannes Film Festival.

     Spiegeling by Sanna de Vries music by Nik Phelps / DS Maria Kramer • Pays-Bas

    PUBLIC AWARD (800 €)

    • Paloma by Hugo Bardin music by Marc Bret-Vittoz • France

    CINEZIK AWARD

    (Media coverage) The film music site is awarded to a composer from the 2022 French short film competition.

    • The Cinezik Prize is awarded to the composer Maxence Dussère

    HONORARY AWARDS

    BEST MUSIC TRAILER M&C 2022

    The Festival is organizing a competition for the best music in the trailer for students from the Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon. 
    Les BA-M&C are subject to public vote during the 6 days of the festival.
    The award-winning composer this year is Aurélien Noiret (Trailer #2)

    PRIZES FOR COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (2 programs

    Award for Best Film

     Le départ by Saïd Hamich Benlarbi music by Vitor Araújo

    • Emma forever by Léo Fontaine music by Côme Ordas

    Award for Best Music

     Avec le dos de la cuillère by Laurent Wassouf, Clément Crosnier, Edgard Cros, Theoline Chapas, Nolwenn Petereau, Nedellec Anouk, Lucas Ancel music by Christophe Héral, Patrice Héral, Peker

     Emma forever by Léo Fontaine music by Côme Ordas
     

    Jacques Prevert Award

    New prize awarded by the students of the Jacques Prévert college as part of an educational action carried out throughout the year with the students by Alcime.

     Le départ by Saïd Hamich Benlarbi music by Vitor Araújo

     
    23rd SIRAR SCHOLARSHIP (Regional Site for Assistance to film making)

    The SiRAR is a creative support device for a first short film and a first film score. It is awarded on the basis of a screenplay competition.
    The authors of the 10 selected scenarios were invited to attend the International Music & Cinema Marseille 2023 to meet all the members of the commission.

    The first prize offers two inseparable grants: one endowed by the City of Aubagne and the South Region (Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur), offers a young author director a grant of production aid for his first short film, the other awarded by Méridiens in partnership with the Conservatoire National à Rayonnement Régional Pierre Barbizet, offers a young composer a grant to help with music composition original of the film winner of the grant for the production.
    The second prize offers a grant endowed by the South Region for a writing residency.
    The third prize invites the author to participate in the Writing Marathon of the International Festival of Scriptwriters of Valence.
     Bernie au pays des morues by Gaspard Lami
     Appel by Arnaud Hemery
     Aire de repos by Laura Lambert

    https://www.music-cinema.com/fr/dispositifs-d-accompagnement/323-sirar-site-regional-d-aide-a-la-realisation

  • 2021

    BIG PRIZE 2021

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Leonardo Martinelli for Karnawal by Juan Pablo Felix - Norway/Argentina/France/Brazil/Mexico/Chili - 1st film – fiction – 2020 – 95'

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Grégoire Terrier and 1 500€ to the director Chloé Belloc for Là, où il est - France - 2nd film - fiction - 2019 - 14'

  • 2020

    BIG PRIZE 2020

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Geert Hellings for Patrick by Tim MIELANTS - Belgium/Netherlands - 1st film – fiction – 2019 – 97'

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Pierre OBERKAMPF and 1 500€ to the director Agnès Patron for L'heure de l'ours

  • 2019

    BIG PRIZE 2019

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Csaba KALOTAS for A Woman Captured by Bernadette TUZA-RITTER - Hongry - Germany - 1st film – documentary – 2017 – 89'

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer FLORENCIA DI CONCILIO and 1 500€ to the director Daouda Diakhaté for Bulle d'Air

  • 2018

    BIG PRIZE 2018

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer VOLKER BERTELMANN aka HAUSCHKA for Different Kinds of Rain by Isa Prahl - Germany - 2017 - Numérique - 90’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer JENS BOUTTERY and 1 500€ to the director Anthony Schatteman for Dag Vreemde Man - Belgium - 2017 - Numérique HD - 19’ - 1st film

  • 2017

    BIG PRIZE 2017

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Emile PARISIEN for Souffler plus fort que la mer by Marine Place - France - 2016 - Numérique - 86’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Grégoire LETOUVET and 1 500€ to the director Antoine BAILLY for Le monde au balcon - France - 2016 - Numérique HD - 30’ - 1st film

  • 2016

    BIG PRIZE 2016

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Lisa HOLMQVIST for Flocken by Beata Gardeler - Sweden - 2015 - Numérique - 110’ - Fiction - 2nd film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Nicolas MARTIN and 1 500€ to the directors Elice MENG and Eléonora MARINONI for D'ombres et d'ailes... - Suisse/France - 2015 - Numérique HD - 13’ - 1st film

  • 2015

    BIG PRIZE 2015

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composers Calogero DI BENEDETTO, DJ DUSTY and KHULIBAÏ for Brooklyn by Pascal Tessaud - France - 2014 - Numérique - 83’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Anton BAIBAKOV and 1 500€ to the director Masha KONDAKOVA for Fallen Leaves - Ukraine - 2014 - Numérique HD - 21’40 - 1st film

  • 2014

    BIG PRIZE 2014

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer David Thor JONSSON for Hross i oss by Benedikt Erlingsson - Iceland - 2013 - Numérique HD - 78’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Jens Fisher RODRIAN and 1 500€ to the directors Sven Philipp POHL for Stiller Löwe - Germany - 2013 - 35mm - 6’ - 1st film

  • 2013

    BIG PRIZE 2013

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Senjan JANSEN for KID by Fien Troch - Sound designer Michel Schöpping, Belgium/Netherlands - 2012 - Num - 90’ - Fiction - 3rd film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €. 
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Jean-François CAVRO and 1 500€ to the directors Christophe Gautry and Mathieu Brisebras for the animated film Vertige - France/Belgium - 2012 - Numérique - 8’ - 2nd film

  • 2012

    BIG PRIZE 2012

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Iven SEN for his film Toomelah - Australia - 2011 - Num - 101’ - Fiction - 3rd film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 €.
    1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer Marc PERRONE and 1 500€ to the director Nicolas Liguori for the animated film L'histoire du petit Paolo- France/Belgium - 2011 - Super 16 - 15’ - 2nd film

  • 2011

    BIG PRIZE 2011

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Fabian RÖMER for The man who jumped cars / Der Mann der über autos sprang by Nick Baker-Monteys - Germany - 2010 - 105’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director):L'Alfama by Joao Viana, sound design by Mario DIAS - Portugal - 2010 - Fiction - 15' - 2nd film

  • 2010

    BIG PRIZE 2010

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Luc SICARD for Un ange à la mer by Frédéric DUMONT – Belgium/Canada/France, 2009, 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer and sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director) : Never drive a car when you’re dead by Gregor DASHUBER, original music and sound design by Marian MENTRUP - Germany - 2009 - Animation – 2nd film

  • 2009

    BIG PRIZE 2009

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Catherine MAJOR for The Ring by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette - Québec - 2007 - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the sound designer and 1 500€ given to the director) : The Smáfuglar by Rúnar Rúnarsson, sound design by Sylvester Holm - Iceland/Danemark - 2008 - Fiction – 2nd film

  • 2008

    BIG PRIZE 2008

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 2 000€, given to composer Tom HOLKENBERG, aka Junkie XL, for Blind by Tamar van den Dop - Netherlands/Belgium/Bulgary - 2007 - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3 000 € (1 500€ given by the SACEM to the composer and 1 500€ given to the director) : Les Miettes by Pierre Pinaud, original music by Gilles Alonzo.

  • 2007

    BIG PRIZE 2007

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 2000€ given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer Naseer Shamma for Ahlaam by Mohammed AL-DARADJI - Irak - 2006 - 35 mm - 110’ - Fiction - 1st film

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director): Heureux qui comme Edouard by Vincent BURGEVIN & Franck LEBON - France - 2006 - 35 mm - Fiction – 1st film

  • 2006

    BIG PRIZE 2006

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 2000€ given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composers: Dan LEVY, Olivia BOUYSSOU for The passenger by François ROTGER (France - 2005 - 35 mm - 88’ - Fiction - 1st film)

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director): Bhaï-bhaï by Olivier KLEIN (Canada/France - 2005 - 35 mm - 19'57" - Fiction - 2nd film) original music by Akosh SZELEVÉNYI, Alexandre BENETEAU, Stéphane SCOTT and Franck LASSALLE.

  • 2005

    BIG PRIZE 2005

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD, valued at 1750€, given ex-aequo to composers Cyril MORIN for La petite Jérusalem by Karin ALBOU (France) and Michael ANDREWS for Moi, toi et tous les autres by Miranda July (USA).

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given to the director) ex-aequo: Les oreilles n’ont pas de paupières by Etienne CHAILLOU, France, original music by Mathieu LAMBOLEY (Animation) and Obras by Hendrick DUSSOLIER, France, original music by Jean-François VIGUIÉ (Animation)

  • 2004

    BIG PRIZE 2004

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 1750 € given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer: Neo for Kontroll directed by Nimród ANTAL, Hongry

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given by CNC to the director): Sauvages dans la ville by Yann MARQUIS, France, original score by Arnaud ROY

  • 2003

    BIG PRIZE 2003

    FEATURE FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD: The “ Mozart du septième Art ” valued at 1750 € given by the Insurance brokerage group Gras Savoye, to the composer :Murray Gold for Kiss of life directed by Emily Young, Croatia, Bosnia, United-Kingdom

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION:
    BEST ORIGINALE SCORE AWARD valued at 3500 € (1750€ given by SACEM to the composer and 1750€ given by CNC to the director) : Druckbolzen by Benjamin Diez, Allemagne, original score by Erfan Al-Madani

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