Feature film jury

Jean-Marie Dreujou

Jean-Marie Dreujou Jean-Marie Dreujou graduated from École Supérieure Libre d’Études Cinématographiques (ESEC) in Paris in 1979. He shoots feature films as well as commercials – he has worked for such brands as Axe, Mercedes, Toyota, Fiat, Milka, and Nestle. His filmography includes music videos directed by, among others, Arielle Dombasle and Laurent Boutonnat. His most recent films are: Notre Dame in fire (2022) Kaamelott, First Installment (2021), Delicious (2020), De Gaulle (2020), L’esprit de famille (2019), Our Patriots (2017), Cezanne and I (2016) and Wolf Totem (2015), which is also his second Chinese movie experience – he shot Dai Sijie’s Balzac and The Little Chinese Seamstress in 2002. He is a frequent collaborator with the esteemed French director Jean-Jacques Annaud. Together they have made five features films as well as one TV miniseries. They are laureates of CAMERIMAGE, winning the Cinematographer - Director Duo Award in 2018.

Selected awards and nominations:

2015: Golden Frog Nomination at the CAMERIMAGE Main Competition for Wolf Totem

2015: Golden Lotus Award in Best Cinematography category for Wolf Totem

2005: César Nomination in Best Cinematography category for Two Brothers

2000: César Nomination in best cinematography for Girl on the bridge

1998: César Nomination in best cinematography for Unpredictable Nature of the river

Claire Fleming

Claire Fleming Claire Fleming is an outstanding film sector’s Art Director based in London, United Kingdom. She has been working in art departments of films for almost twenty years.

Her career achievements are astonishing as Fleming has been working on such films as, Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015) and The Rise of Skywalker (2019), Sherlock Holmes: a game of shadows” (2011), Jason Bourne” (2016), Ready Player One (2018) and many more.

Fleming has collaborated with some of the best professionals in the industry and has been improving her skills in many successful movies. Having the pleasure to learn from the best has inspired her to create her own short films including ‘Lines’ an animation, completed in 2020. Narrated by Letitia Wright, Michael Kenneth Williams, Jodie Turner-Smith, Adepero Oduye and Riz Ahmed, ‘Lines’ animates the heart-breaking and moving poems written by American prisoners, revealing their regrets, fears and hopes beyond the lines of their confinement.