Festival Opening at the Globe of Science and Innovation

Neal Hartman, Artistic director of the festival, accompanied by Mark Levinson, Fabiola Gianoti and Martin Aleksa, during the projection of the film Particle Fever

Eight programs of short films delighted children and adults throughout the festival

Brent Hoff and his emotional arcade have moved our public at the cafe cinema tent

Participants at the Story Matter Hackathon, organized in collaboration with the Tribeca Film Institute, prepare their projects at CERN’s IdeaLab

All photos of the festival are available on our website http://cineglobe.ch/photos

A HUGE THANKS TO EVERYONE!

The 4th edition of the CineGlobe Festival was a huge success! The festival was held from the 18 to 23 March 2014 at the Globe of Science and Innovation at CERN and hosted more than 3,000 spectators during the six days of the festival. The public responded very positively to the programming of our short films as well as special evenings dedicated to cinema, dance and technology – especially through an exceptional Hackathon organized at CERN in collaboration with the Tribeca Film Institute.

PALMARES :

The jury prize for best documentary goes to:

DEVIL IN THE ROOM, Carla MacKinnon – UK

The jury prize for best fiction goes to:

SUPERVENUS, Frederic Doazan – France

The BBC Storyville prize for documentary narrative excellence goes to:

MOTORBIKE MIDWIFE, Masumi Higashi – UK

The special jury prize goes to:

WHY DO I STUDY PHYSICS? de Xiangjun Shi – USA

The audience award for favorite documentary goes to:

The 1 UP FEVER, Silvia Dal Dosso – Germany

The audience award for favorite fiction goes to:

DIAGNOSTIC, Fabrice Bracq – France

We couldn’t be more thrilled by the festival’s success and would like to warmly thank our esteemed jury, CERN, the Ville de Meyrin, the Foundation Meyrinoise du Casino, the Loterie Romande, all the sponsors and partners who have made ​​this 4th edition possible, and of course, our wonderful filmmakers!

To keep the short film celebration going, we are organizing a short film competition to honor the anniversary of 60 years of CERN. More information is available here: http://cineglobe.ch/60ans/

CineGlobe, the International Film Festival at CERN, looks forward to seeing you at our next edition in spring 2016.

See you soon,

The Entire CineGlobe Team


CineGlobe is made possible by strong local support, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our Partners:

 

*CERN is the European laboratory for particle physics near Geneva, Switzerland.