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Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels

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The International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes ('Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels in French) (FIPA), founded in 1987 by Michel Mitrani (1930-1996), was first held in Cannes in October 1987.

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HistoryEdit

The festival was moved to Nice in its eighth year (1995), and, since 1997, has been held in Biarritz, France. It is the only international festival that defends all creative genres: drama, series, creative or investigative documentary, performing arts, transmedia and new talent.

6 days to meet professionals, directors, viewers and students while discovering the year's best programs. As a veritable observatory of international audiovisual creation, Fipa aims to shine a spotlight on innovative, original programs that are decidedly outside- the-box.

Fipa is a platform for discovery and debate, a calendar highlight and annual meeting place for television professionals, but also for evermore members of the general public, with attendances increasing each year. The prizes awarded by its prestigious juries serve as benchmarks for the audiovisual sector, and can make-or-break careers and programme sales.

These made-for-television productions are screened in optimal conditions: digital images presented in high definition on the big screen and available in French and English.

Numerous conferences, debates and interviews allow for direct contact between creators and their audience.

EditionsEdit

2018Edit

Le 31st edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 23rd until the 28th of January 2018.

DramaEdit

SeriesEdit

Other formatsEdit

  • Fipa d'or Performing Arts: Marianne Faithfull, fleur d’âme by Sandrine Bonnaire (France)
  • Fipa d'or International : Stronger Than A Bullet by Maryam Ebrahimi (Sweden, France, Qatar)
  • Fipa d'or National : En équilibre de Antarès Bassis & Pascal Auffray
  • Special mention National : Les Enfants du 209, rue Saint-Maur, Paris Xe by Ruth Zylberman

Other awardsEdit

  • Michel Mitrani Drama Prize: Heyvan by Bahram Ark & Bahman Ark (Iran)
  • Michel Mitrani Prize Documentary: Heimat by Sam Peeters (Belgium)
  • Innovation Prize: Altération by Jérôme Blanquet (France)
  • Erasmus+ Prize: Magic Moments de Martina Buchelová (Slovakia)
  • Young Europeans Jury Prize: Enfants du hasard by Thierry Michel & Pascal Colson
  • Audience Award: Le temps des égarés by Virginie Sauveur (France)
  • Hackathon Prize: Dessine-moi un futur - Developed by the team formed by Alice Bédard, Sandrine Corbeil, Hugo Denepoux, Florian Pannetier, Quentin Piat & Alexandre Rosenthal

2017Edit

The 30th edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 24th until the 29th of January 2017.

DramaEdit

  • Fipa d'or: NW by Saul Dibb (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Alba Gaia Bellugi in Manon 20 ans (France)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Elias Anton in Barracuda (Australia)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script : Jack Thorne for National Treasure [archive] (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Cristobal Tapia by Veer for National Treasure [archive](United-Kingdom)

SeriesEdit

  • Fipa d'or: Ramona by Guillermo Calderón, Carmen Gloria López & Patricio Pereira (Chili)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Matteo Simoni, Rik Verheye, Bart Hollanders & Stef Aerts in Callboys (Belgium)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Gianina Frutero in Ramona (Chili)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Aurélien Molas, Valentine Milville & José Caltagirone for Crime Time - Hora de Perigo (France)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Thomas Couzinier & Frédéric Kooshmanian for Zone blanche (France)

Other formatsEdit

  • Fipa d'or Documentary: Tahqiq fel djenna de Merzak Allouache (Algeria, France)
  • Fipa d'or Reportage and Investigation: Ambulance by Mohamed Jabaly (Norway, Palestine)
  • Fipa d'or Performing Arts: Currentzis. The Classical Rebel by Bernhard Fleischer (Autria, Germany, France)
  • Fipa d'or Smart Fipa: Zero Impunity by Nicolas Blies, Stéphane Hueber-Blies & Marion Guth (Luxembourg, France)

Other awardsEdit

  • Michel Mitrani Prize: Sve je više jtvari koje dolaze by Jelena Gavrilović
  • Young Europeans Jury Prize: Ambulance by Mohamed Jabaly
  • Prix Télérama: Tahqiq fel djenna by Merzak Allouache
  • Erasmus+ Prize: Polski by Rubén Rojas Cuauhtémoc
  • Audience Award: Latifa, une femme dans la république by Jarmila Buzkova (France)
  • EuroFipa of Honour: Hanka Kasteliková (Czech Republic)
  • Hackathon Prize Smart Fipa : Aquaterra - Développé par l’équipe Cachalot, composed by: Roland Dargelez, Frédéric Fréaud, Samuel Lepoil & Anne Sellès

2016Edit

The 29th edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 19th until the 24th of January 2016.

DramaEdit

  • Fipa d'or: Birthday""5 by Roger Michell (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Marie Baümer in Brief an mein Leben (Germany)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Nicolas Rojas in Zamudio, perdidos en la noche (Chili)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Viktor Oszkár Nagy & Petra Szöcs for Hivatal (Hungary)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Alexander Balanescu & Ariel Sommer for The Scandalous Lady W (United-Kingdom)

SeriesEdit

  • Fipa d'or: Historia de un clan by Sebastián Ortega (Argentina)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Stellan Skarsgård in River (United-Kingdom, United-States)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Steinunn Ólína Þorsteinsdóttir in Case (Island)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Lior Raz, Avi Issacharoff, Moshe Zonder, Michal Aviram, Asaf Beiser et Leora Kamenetsky pour Fauda (Israel)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Luis Ortega & Daniel Melingo for Historia de un clan (Argentina)

Other formatsEdit

  • Fipa d'or Documentary: Le Siège by Rémy Ourdan & Patrick Chauvel (France, Bosnia-Herzegovina)
  • Fipa d'or Reportage and Investigation: La Bataille de Florange by Jean-Claude Poirson (France)
  • Fipa d'or Performing Arts: Zpověď zapomenutého by Petr Vaclav (Czech Republic)
  • Fipa d'or Smart Fipa: WEI or Die by Simon Bouisson (France)

Other awardsEdit

  • Michel Mitrani Prize: Vue de l’esprit de Sébastien Simon & Forest Ian Etsler (France), Special distinction attributed to Villeneuve by Agathe Poche (France)
  • Young Europeans Jury Prize: Burden of Peace by Joey Boink (The Netherlands)
  • Prix Télérama: Loro di Napoli by Pierfrancesco Li Donni (Italy)
  • Audience Award: Corée, nos soldats oubliés by Cédric Condon & Jean-Yves Le Naour
  • EuroFipa of Honour: Dan Frank (France)
  • Hackathon Prize Smart Fipa: Mnémésis - Developed by the Pharmakon team, composed by: Simon Bonnacie, Roland Dargelez, Doris Lanzmann, Julie Scheid & Éric Suard

2015Edit

The 28th edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 20th until the 25th of January 2015.

DramaEdit

  • Fipa d'or : Marvellous by Julian Farino (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Juana Acosta in Sanctuaire (France)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Toby Jones in Marvellous (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Pierre Erwan Guillaume, Olivier Masset-Depasse, Quitterie Duhurt-Gaussères, Xabi Molia for Sanctuaire (France)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Matthias Weber, Paul Galister for Beautiful girl (Austria)

SeriesEdit

  • Fipa d'or: Happy Valley by Sally Wainwright, Euros Lyn & Tim Fywell (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Jurgen Delnaet in Marsman de Mathias Sercu (Belgium)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Marie Dompnier in Les Témoins d’Hervé Hadmar (France)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Shelley Birse for The Code (Australia)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Kristian Selin Eidnes Andersen for Kampen Om Tungtvannet (La Bataille de l’eau lourde) (Norway)

Other formatsEdit

  • Fipa d'or Documentary: Pekka by Alexander Oey (The Netherlands)
  • Fipa d'or Reportage and Investigation: Taïga by Hamid Sardar (France)
  • Fipa d'or Performing Arts: Mia Oikgeniaki Ypothesi by Angeliki Aristomenopoulou (Greece)
  • Fipa d'or Smart Fipa: Soundhunters by Nicolas Blies, Béryl Koltz, Marion Guth, François Le Gall, Stéphane Hueber-Blies (Luxembourg)

Other awardsEdit

2014Edit

The 27th edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 21st until the 24th of January 2014.

DramaEdit

SeriesEdit

  • Fipa d'or: Arvingerne by Pernilla August (Denmark)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actress: Helen McCrory in Peaky Blinders (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Actor: Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders (United-Kingdom)
  • Fipa d'or Best Script: Maya Ilsøe for Arvingerne (Danemark)
  • Fipa d'or Best Original Score: Martin Phipps for Peaky Blinders (United-Kingdom)

Other formatsEdit

  • Fipa d'or Documentary: Chante ton bac d'abord by David André (France)
  • Fipa d'or Reportage and Investigation: Congo Business Case by Hans Bouma (The Netherlands)
  • Fipa d'or Performing Arts: Colin Davis in His Own Words by John Bridcut (United-Kingdom)
  • Smart Fipa: 1914, Dernières nouvelles by Bérénice Meinsohn (France)

Other awardsEdit

2009Edit

The 22nd edition of Fipa took place in Biarritz from the 20th until the 25th of January.

DramaEdit

Series and serialsEdit

See alsoEdit

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