Festival Cinéma Méditerranéen de Bruxelles

20th Edition

Festival Cinéma Méditerranéen de Bruxelles

where:Bruxelles (Belgio)
when:November 26th - December 5th, 2020
Festival takes place Online
address:42, rue des Palais
1030 Bruxelles - Belgique
tel:+32(0)2 800 80 04
deadline:August 31st, 2020
entry form:Online Submission

Founded in 1989, the Brussels Mediterranean Film Festival presents a selection of the recent film production of the Mediterranean countries: Albania, Algeria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cyprus, Croatia, Egypt, Spain, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Macedonia, Malta, Morocco, Montenegro, Palestine, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey. It aims at helping discovering the cinematography of these countries, promoting its distribution, and furthering the knowledge of Mediterranean cultures.
Main sections are Panorama and the Competition.
The “Medoc” and the “Short Film” sections are not competitive.
During the festival, a Jury made up of Cinema professionals will award to che Competition movies:
1. The “Grand Prix” 8 000€, awarded by our Jury, is comprised of •5 000€ to support the distribution (on the basis of a purchased contract in Belgium) OR to support the promotion (offered by the Cocof) •3 000€ in Labo Digital-Cinema technical services, offered by CinéLab (DCP versioning/subtitling (excluding translating), mastering or duplicating (excluding supplies). Available for 12 months during a distribution in Belgium).
2. The Jury Special Prize among all the feature films screened during the festival.
3. The Junior Jury Prize: 500€ to the director of the feature film.
4. The Cineuropa award: 5 000€ of visibility on Cineuropa website – www.cineuropa.org
5. The Critics' award : given by the Belgian Cinematographic Press Union (UPCB/UBFP) and the Film Critic Union.
6. An Audience award : all films completed in 2018/2019 and screened at the festival compete for the Audience award.

  • A Ciambra by Jonas Carpignano: Compétition - Mention Spéciale du Jury: Pio Amato

  • Indivisible by Edoardo De Angelis: Panorama

  • Robinù by Michele Santoro: MeDoc