Women Prize


Jury

S.A.S. La Princesse Stéphanie de Monaco

Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Isabelle Giordano

Tina Kieffer

Catherine Nayl


Films in competition

The Arrival by Daniel Montanarini

A woman contemplates whether or not keeping her baby, while waiting for her lover to arrive in a small cafe.

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Love comes later by Sonejuhi Sinha

America, the land of opportunity, attracts immigrants from every corner of the world. An ambitious young immigrant, Riz, works at a small motel in pursuit of her American dream. When an unexpected discovery confronts Riz with the consequences of being undocumented, she is forced to make a life changing decision.

Yellow Fever by Ng’endo Mukii

In my film, I focus on African women’s self-image, through memories and interviews; using mixed media to describe this almost schizophrenic self-visualization that I and many others have grown up with.

The Rain Collector by Isabella Wing-Davey

Inspired by true events, this film is about the women who cofounded ideas of what was appropriate or expected, and got involved in science in Victorian England. This is the story of Vanessa Kentworth and the rain.

Conquérantes by Pauline Goasmat

In an early future, our society prefers not to allow girls to go out alone at night than to teach men how to respect girls.