Sunday, February 27, 2011
The Prix Pierre et Yolande-Perreault for Best Documentary went to Pablo Alvarez-Mesa's Jelena's Song. An Honourable Mention was given to La tête contre le mur by Halima Elkhatabi.
Deborah Chow continued her winning streak by capturing the Prix Super-Écran for her debut feature The High Cost of Living. She also won the Best Canadian First Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The winner of the Prix du public (Audience Award) was Godin by Simon Beaulieu.
Most of the awards came with cash prizes or a prize package of goods and services.
Complete list of 29th Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois prize-winners
Prix Gilles-Carles, with a cash prize of $5000
Jo pour Jonathan, Maxime Giroux
Prix Pierre et Yolande-Perreault for Best Documentary, with a cash prize of $5000
Jelena's Song, Pablo Alvarez-Mesa
Mention : La tête contre le mur, Halima Elkhatabi
Prix Super-Écran - with a cash prize of $5000
The high cost of living, Deborah Chow
Prix du public (Audience Award) Télé-Québec, with a cash prize of $1500
Godin, Simon Beaulieu
Prix à la création artistique du Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ), with a cash prize of $5000
L'errance, Jacynthe Carrier
Mention : Ville-Marie, Alexandre Larose
Prix Simplex for short film director, with a cash prize of $2500
Mokhtar, Halima Ouardiri
Prix à l'innovation de l'ONF, with a prize of $5000 in post-production services
Migizi, Tomy Grgicevic and Louise Larivière
Prix Coop Vidéo for short film mise en scène, with a cash prize of $1000
The Greens, Serge Marcotte
Prix Vox for best student film
Iki bulut arasinda - Sous deux ciels, Zayne Akyol
Mention : Je les aime encore, Marie-Pierre Grenier
Prix TV5 for the best French-Canadian work, with a cash prize of $1500
Ça tourne dans ma tête, Louiselle Noël
Prix OFQJ/Rendez-vous: Travel bursary for student critic to travel to a European Festival