3th ECFA Award (2014) for ERNEST & CELESTINE
The animated film ERNEST & CELESTINE is the winner of the ECFA Award 2014. With striking supremacy the animated movie by Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar & Stéphane Aubier (Belgium / France / Luxembourg, 2012) was voted by a majority of ECFA members as last year’s Best Film for Children.
About 250 guests were present at ECFA’s party during the Berlin International Film Festival when last year’s winner Boudewijn Koole (KAUWBOY) handed over the award diploma to Rodolphe Buet, CEO of Studiocanal, world sales agent of the winning film.
Films nominated for the ECFA Award 2014
ECFA Award at Europees Jeugdfilmfestival in Antwerp & Brugge (Belgium): “The War of the Buttons” by Christophe Barratier, France, 2011.
ECFA Award at BUFF – International Children & Youth Film Festival in Malmö (Sweden): : “Eskil and Trinidad” by Stephan Apelgren, Sweden, 2013.
ECFA Award at Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne in Saint-Quentin (France): “Ernest & Celestine” by Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar & Stéphane Aubier, Belgium, France & Luxembourg, 2012.
ECFA Award at the Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival in Kristiansand (Norway): “Bitch Hug” by Andreas Öhman, Sweden, 2012.
ECFA Award at the International Film Festival for Children & Youth in Zlín (Czech Republic): “Mother, I Love You” by Janis Nords, Latvia, 2013.
ECFA Award at Lucas International Children’s Film Festival in Frankfurt am Main (Germany): “My Mommy is in America and She Met Buffalo Bill” by Marc Boreal & Thibaut Chatel, France, 2012.
ECFA Award at Schlingel – International Film Festival for Children & Young Audience, Chemnitz (Germany): “Asphalt Playground“ by Julien Abraham, France, 2013.
ECFA Award at the International Children’s & Youth Film Festival in Oulu (Finland): “Regret!” by David Schram, The Netherlands, 2013.
ECFA Award at the International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino! in Poznan (Poland): “Shell” by Scott Graham, UK, 2012.
ECFA Award at Olympia International Film Festival for Children & Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “Upside Down” by Bernd Sahling, Germany, 2013.