Mar 10 2016

Three awards for “Eng nei Zäit”

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The 7th edition of the Luxembourg Film Prize took place Saturday evening at the Grand Théâtre, with Christophe Wagner’s “Eng nei Zäit” taking home three awards.

Here’s a list of this year’s laureates.

Best animated short
THE LIGHT EATER by Sean Mc Cormack – Fabrique d’Images

Best fiction short
QUENOTTES by Pascal Thiébaux and Gil Pinheiro – Zeilt Productions

Prize for the best technical contribution
Jako Raybaut – Image – ENG NEI ZÄIT

Prize for the best artistic contribution
Luc Schiltz – Actor in ENG NEI ZÄIT

Best documentary
BLACK HARVEST by Jean-Louis Schuller et Sean Clark – Antevita Films

Best animated coproduction
SONG OF THE SEA by Tomm Moore – Melusine Productions

Best coproduction feature film
LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael – Juliette Films

Best Luxembourg film
ENG NEI ZÄIT by Christophe Wagner – Samsa Film

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The 7th edition of the Luxembourg Film Prize took place Saturday evening at the Grand Théâtre, with Christophe Wagner’s “Eng nei Zäit” taking home three awards.

Here’s a list of this year’s laureates.

Best animated short
THE LIGHT EATER by Sean Mc Cormack – Fabrique d’Images

Best fiction short
QUENOTTES by Pascal Thiébaux and Gil Pinheiro – Zeilt Productions

Prize for the best technical contribution
Jako Raybaut – Image – ENG NEI ZÄIT

Prize for the best artistic contribution
Luc Schiltz – Actor in ENG NEI ZÄIT

Best documentary
BLACK HARVEST by Jean-Louis Schuller et Sean Clark – Antevita Films

Best animated coproduction
SONG OF THE SEA by Tomm Moore – Melusine Productions

Best coproduction feature film
LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael – Juliette Films

Best Luxembourg film
ENG NEI ZÄIT by Christophe Wagner – Samsa Film

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