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Our awards 2017-08-01T11:46:01+02:00

Back on our work rewarded since 40 years

 

2017

Selection at the Bayeux-Calvados Award for War Correspondents of Camille Courcy’s film “With the Iraqi Army and the Peshmergas on the Road to Mosul”

Voir "ON THE ROAD TO MOSUL WITH THE PESHMERGA"

Selection at the Prix Albert Londres of the film “With the Iraqi army and the Peshmergas, on the road to Mosul” by Camille Courcy

Voir "ON THE ROAD TO MOSUL WITH THE PESHMERGA"

Selection at the Festival Les Etonnants Voyageurs in Saint-Malo of the film “Colombia-Venezuela: Traffic on the border” by Paul Comiti and David Geoffrion

Alexandre Dereims’s film “Australia: The Roaring of the Bush” Selection at the Festival Les Etonnants Voyageurs in Saint-Malo

Selection at the Internacional Film Festival of Derechos Humanos – Buenos Aires – documentary film “Attitats: The faces of terror” by Stéphane Bentura

Voir "Paris attacks : the faces of terror"

2016

Nomination at the Festival des Lumières / Grand Lyon Film Documentary film festival “Gérard Depardieu: Grandeur Nature” by Richard Melloul, Renaud Fessaguet and Frédéric Decossas

Appointment at the International Emmy Awards in New York of the documentary film “Gérard Depardieu: Grandeur Nature” by Richard Melloul, Renaud Fessaguet and Frédéric Decossas

2015

Nomination to the Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival of the documentary film “Gérard Depardieu: Grandeur Nature” by Richard Melloul, Renaud Fessaguet and Frédéric Decossas

2013

Prize for high school students at the Bourges International Ecological Film Festival for Marie-Pierre Raimbault’s Scandal of Food Waste

Prize for high school students at the Bourges International Ecological Film Festival for Marie-Pierre Raimbault’s Scandal of Food Waste

2011

Audience Award at the Lille International Scoop and Journalism Festival

Voir "Nigeria: Slaves of the Black Gold"

Audience Award at the International Scooter and Journalism Festival of Lille for “Nigeria: Slaves of Black Gold” by Daniel Lainé and David Geoffrion.

OMCT (World Organization Against Torture) Award at the Geneva International Festival and Human Rights Forum (FIFDH) for Who Killed Natacha? By Mylène Sauloy.

OMCT (World Organization Against Torture) Award at the Geneva International Festival and Human Rights Forum (FIFDH) for Who Killed Natacha? By Mylène Sauloy.

Voir "Who killed Natacha?"

2010

Prize of the short film at the Film Festival Nature and the Environment for “Borneo, the murdered forest” of Stéphane Haussy

Voir "BORNEO : THE JUNGLE CONVOY"

Great Price Jean-Louis Calderon, Audience Award and Prisoners of the House of Arret d’Angers Award at the International Scoop and Journalism Festival of Angers for “Congo le rafiot de l’Enfer” by Daniel Lainé and David Geoffrion

Voir "Congo, the Hulk through Hell"

3rd prize for medical reporting in a magazine at the Telefilmed Festival for “6 years after, organ donations from one life to another” by Amélie Grout

Voir "6 YEARS ON: ORGAN TRANSPLANTS, FROM ONE LIFE TO ANOTHER"

2009

Jury Prize at the International Scoop and Journalism Festival of Angers for “La Vie blessée” by Meriem Lay

Voir "Road safety: the victims’ struggle"

2006

News Prize at the International Scoop and Journalism Festival in Angers for six weeks at the heart of the war in Lebanon by Stéphane RODRIGUEZ, Paul COMITI and Géraud BURIN des ROZIERS – Co-production Front line

2005

Non-competitive selection: Situations of the French creation of the FIPA for “Parsifal – backstage of an opera” (Camera 5) by Patrick Dedole.

Voir "Parsifal"

Monte-Carlo Television Festival nominations

Calderon-Ville d’Angers great award of the Scoop d’Angers Festival for “Iraq: hell in Baghdad” by Paul Comiti.

Voir "Iraq: the triangle of death"

2004

Price Patrick Bourrat of the “Lauriers du Sénat”

Voir "On the tracks of Bin Laden"

Price Patrick Bourrat of the “Lauriers du Sénat” for ” on the Trace of Bin Laden ” of Mohamed Siafoui and Manolo d’Arthuys

Great Award of FIGRA 2004 (moins de 40 minutes) for ” Liberia: a fragile peace ” by Paul Comiti and Vincent Daudey.

Voir "Liberia : a fragile peace"

great Award at the Angers International Scoop and Journalism Festival

Voir "On the tracks of Bin Laden"

Grand prize at the Angers International Scoop and Journalism Festival On the Bin Laden Trace of Mohamed Siafoui and Manolo d’Arthuys

2003

Appointment  in the “Best Documentary Unit” category for “the journal of an anorexic” by Céline Hue

Voir "Journal of an anorexia sufferer"

2001

Martin Ennals of Geneva Prize, Best Film on Human Rights Defenders for ” Chile: My neighbor is a torturer ” by Tony Comiti and Manolo d’Arthuys

Voir "Chile, torturers running free"

Albert London Award nomination  for ” The Miners of the Devil ” by Paul Comiti

Voir "Bolivia : the mines of the devil"

Nomination to the 7th Best Documentary unit for ” The Heaters ” by Daniel Lainé and Patrick Chauvel

Voir "Reckless drivers in France"

Appointment to the Amnesty International Film Festival  for “Chili: My neighbor is a torturer “by Tony Comiti and Manolo d’Arthuys

Jean-Louis Calderon Grand Prix at the Angers International Scoop and Journalism Festival for ” Kabul, forbidden city, long version” by Céline Hue And Daniel Lainé

Voir "Forbidden Kaboul"

2000

Audience Award at the Angers International Scoop and Journalism Festival for “Vache Folle: poison in your plate ” by Jean-Baptiste Gallot

Voir "Mad Cow disease"

Dompierre-sur-Besbre “The Gorillas In War “by Thomas Johnson

Voir "Rwanda : Gorillas in the war"

1999

Young and Grand Prize of the FIGRA (over 40 minutes) for “Les Mineurs du Diable” by Paul Comiti

Voir "Bolivia : the mines of the devil"

Investigative Journalist Award at the Angers International Scoop Festival and Emmy Awards nomination for” Chile: My neighbor is a torturer” by Tony Comiti and Manolo d’Arthuys

Voir "Chile, torturers running free"

1st prize at the Angers International Scoop and Journalism Festival : ” Cadillac, the Happiness of the Crazy “by Tony Comiti and Jean-Marie Hosatte

Voir "Cadillac, madness behind the walls"

1989

Grand Prix du Grand Reportage at the Lille’s Festival for “Qui a Tué Chico Mendes ?” of Tony Comiti and Jean-Luc Blain

1990

Nomination to the Prix Albert Londres for “Sicily:” Priests Against Mafia “by Tony Comiti

1980

Tony Comiti’s “Iran in War” Gold Medal Inter Channels