- LW 2021 -
COFFEE POT JURY AWARD
GEORGINA DIALOGUE AWARD
TEAM: SHORT CATCHY NAME
CHEESEGRATER PROP AWARD
BEST EDITING AWARD
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY AWARD
STELLA! ACTING AWARD
THE ENTIRE CAST OF TEAM THE BIGGER LEBOWSKI
“LONG LIVE THE HIVE”
BEST CONCEPT AWARD
COUP DE COEUR DU JURY
-CLASS OF 2021-
Véronique is an independent photographer based in Luxembourg. After graduating from photography school „Le 75“ in Brussels, she continued her studies in Fine Arts at the „University of Strasbourg“, where she accomplished a Masters degree in 2005. She was laureate for “Découvertes - Jeunes Talents” by the Centre National de l’ Audiovisuel, followed by her monographic publication REFLECTIONS. Véronique exhibited her work in Europe, the United States, India and China. Last year the Luxfilmfest hosted her exhibition "fictitious location spotting for a non-existing movie" at the Ratskeller in Luxembourg City.
Max is an independent artist and music producer. He is a founding member of Unison Studios, a recording, production and media composition studio run by a collective of producers, composers and engineers and co-founder and artistic director of the Siren’s Call Festival, a boutique music and culture festival in the heart of Luxembourg City with an eclectic lineup of musicians, artists and performers. Prior to going independent, Max ran his own creative studio for more than a decade, producing documentaries, advertisements and tv shows.
Fabienne works as an actress on the stages and screens of Luxembourg and Germany - many will recognize her from her roles in "Superjhemp", "Eng néi Zäit" and "Bad Banks" or from her work at the Théâtre National, the Grand Théâtre and the Schauspielhaus Hamburg, to name but a few. When she's not acting in film or theater she tours Germany with the cabaret band KaTSong, leads workshops in the field of cultural education or writes fiction and poetry. Her short story “Lucy Love” was published by Kremart Editions in 2019.
After studies at Berlin’s Universität der Künste, where she developed a fascination for the world of tales, legends and myths, Betsy returned to Luxembourg to introduce the art of the professional storyteller to our stages and cultural institutions. She has collaborated with a wide range of artists from different backgrounds such as theatre, music, illustration, circus or film animation; performed as a storyteller on the stages of the Rotondes and the Philharmonie; given workshops for children and teenagers. Recently her work has shifted its focus towards an adult public, with the audiobook project “Kappkino” and her storytelling series "Tête-à-Tête".
Nilton studied theater and film acting at EICAR in Paris. After numerous appearances in short films both in France and Luxembourg, he scored his first feature film role in 2008’s "Les Dents de la Nuit", with Tchéky Karyo and Antoine Duléry. He has since become a familiar presence on Luxembourg’s film and TV screens and is a frequent collaborator of directors Andy Bausch ("Trouble No More", "The Fifties") and Adolf El Assal ("Les Fameux Gars", "Sawah"). You can see him next in the forthcoming TV-series “Baraki” and “Coyotes”. Besides his acting work Nilton is also in high demand as casting director and is the founder of the casting platform CastingLux.
The COFFEEPOT JURY AWARD this year: 10 rolls of Super8 film, including development and high-resolution scan, as well as a vintage Leicina Super camera.