European Film Festival Paris
from 17 to 31 March 2022
European Film Festival Paris
from 17 to 31 March 2022

The winners of the 17th edition

And so the 17th edition of the Festival came to its end. It was a true celebration of cinema, full of meetings and exchanges. We want to thank the filmmakers that joined us in Paris to present their films, our amazing audience, our sponsors and partners, the cinemas and all those who have made possible this adventure. For the full press release please click here.

Here are the winners of the 2022 Festival edition:

PRIX SAUVAGE for the best recent European fiction film unreleased in France
Igor et Ivan Buharov (Hungary) for the film Land of Warm Waters / Melegvizek orszàga.

Special Mention
Stefan Arsenijević (Serbia) for the film As Far as I Can Walk / Strahinja Banović.

Special mention
Martin Ziegler (France/Germany) for the film Adieu Vénus.

PRIX LUNA (awarded by cinema students and young professionals’ Jury)
Stefan Arsenijević (Serbia) for the film As Far as I Can Walk / Strahinja Banović.

Prix PRESENT for the best recent European documentary film
Eva Stefani (Greece) for the film Days and Nights of Demetra K. / Μέρες και νύχτες της Δήμητρας Κ.

Special Mention
Inês T. Alves (Portugal) for the film Waters of Pastaza / Juunt Pastaza Entsari.

Special Mention
Florent Marcie (France) for the film A.I. at War.

PRIX SAUVAGE CORTO for the best recent European short film
Alina Gudovskaya (Russia) for the film Leap Year / Високос.

Mention spéciale
Borbála Nagy (Hungary) for the film Land of Glory / Pannónia Dicsérete. We wish you a beautiful year 2022 full of films and hope to see you again during the 18th edition which will take place in Paris in March 2023.

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