Alleluia by Fabrice du Weltz wins the 2014 Méliès d’Or

The 2014 Méliès d’Or Award – for Best European fantastic feature film went to ALLELUIA by Fabrice du Welz. The award was handed out at the Méliès d’Or award ceremony during the opening of the 47th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia in Spain on the evening of October 3rd 2014.

The jury was comprised of: Pablo Guisa Koestinger (Festival Director – Morbido), Maria Reinup (Festival Director – Haapsalu Horror Film Festival) and Carlee Baker (Actress).
The competing feature film Méliès d’Argent films were:

LET US PREY (Brian O’Malley, United Kingdom)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Brussels Intl. Fantastic Film Festival (Belgium)

THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS (Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani, France/Belgium)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Trieste – Scienceplusfiction (Italy)

CANNIBAL (Manuel Martin Cuenca, Spain/Romania)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival (France)

BLIND (Eskil Vogt, Norway)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Neuchâtel Intl. Fantastic Film Festival (Switzerland)

DER SAMURAI (Till Kleinert, Germany)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Imagine: Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival (The Netherlands)

ENEMY (Denis Villeneuve, Spain)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia (Spain)

ALLELUIA (Fabrice du Welz, Belgium/France)
Méliès d’Argent winner at Lund Intl. Fantastic Film Festival (Sweden)

The Short Film Méliès d’Or 2014 – Best European Fantastic Short Film was awarded to:

THE BODY (Paul Davis, United Kingdom)
Short film d’Argent winner at Sitges Intl. Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia (Spain)

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