The 24th edition of the FÉMI, Regional and International Film Festival of Guadeloupe ended on Saturday, May 19. This year, the guest of honor was American actor and musician Gary Dourdan and the theme “The African-American cinema”.
The organizers received 1,500 films from about twenty countries, 33 were selected to take part in the competition.
Kariculture.net publishes the list of winners for this year 2018.
FÉMI 2018: COMPETITION WINNERS
– Best Feature Film: “KAFOU” by Bruno Mourral
Trophy and Prize in the amount of 1,500 €
– Special Jury Prize: “SANTA AND ANDRES” by Carlos Lechuga
– Best Documentary West Indies-Guiana: “MAI 67 : NE TIREZ PAS SUR LES ENFANTS DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE” by Mike Horn
Trophy and Prize in the amount of 1,500 offered by the Région Guadeloupe
– Best Documentary: “LIBERTÉ LILI” by Dominique Fischbach
Trophy and Prize in the amount of 800 €
– Best Short Documentary: “CACO’S BAR” by Gilles Gace
– Best Short Film: “L’HISTOIRE DES LIONS” by Marie-Sandrine Bacoul
Trophy and Prize of 700 €
– Second Prize: “FÉFÉ LIMBÉ” by Julien Silloray
– High School Student Jury Prize: “L’HISTOIRE DES LIONS” by Marie-Sandrine Bacoul