The ARTE International Prize (€5.000) is an award given to the producer of the best CineMart project, to support its financial development. With this award, ARTE France Cinéma and CineMart hope to contribute to the development and production of independent filmmaking.
The jury for the CineMart Awards 2014 consisted of Annamaria Lodato (ARTE France), Pierre Menahem (MPM Film), and Dorien van de Pas (Netherlands Film Fund).
Overview winners ARTE International Prize:
Happy Time Will Come Soon by Alessandro Comodin (Italy/France), a co-production of Okta Film (Italy) and Shellac Sud (France).
The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos, a production of Element Pictures (United Kingdom).
Duncharon by Athina Rachel Tsangari (Greece), a co-production of Haos Films and Faliro House Productions (Greece), Maharaja Films (France) and The Match Factory GmbH (Germany).
Touch Me Not by Adina Pintilie (Romania/France), a co-production of Manekino Film (Romania) and 4 Proof Film (Romania).
Layla Fourie by Pia Marais, co-production of Pandora Filmproduktion GmbH/DV8 Films/IDTV Film B.V (Germany/South Africa/the Netherlands)
HIM by Lance Weiler, Seize the Media (US)
The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology by Sophie Fiennes, The Kasander Film Company (UK/the Netherlands)
A Rational Solution by Jörgen Bergmark, Hepp Film AB (Sweden)
Pieds nus sur les limagces by Fabienne Berthaud, Agat Films & Cie (France)
A Mexican Story by Arturo Aristakisian, No Dream Cinema (Mexico/Russia)
Hei tie de ri zi by Wang Bing, Wang Bing Film Workshop / Aeternam Films (China)
Five Worlds by filmmakers Sobhi al-Zobaidi (Palestina), U-Wei bin Hajisaari (Malaysia), Kamal Tabrizi (Iran), Homayoun Paiz (Afghanistan), Garin Nugroho (Indonesia) and producer leBrocquy Fraser Productions Ltd (Ireland)
Daratt by Mahamat Saleh Haroun, Chinguitty Films (France)