This year, the festival has decided to ask a jury composed solely of British personalities to decide which of the 30 films in competition will be awarded.
Political cartoonist Steve Bell, whose work for The Guardian is well-known since 1981, is currently honoured in Rouen as part of an exhibition retracing 40 years of political drawings and the team is looking forward to hearing his input as a jury member of this 6th edition.
Director Guy Myhill came to French cinephiles’ attention in 2014 when his first feature film, The Goob, won the Golden Hitchcock Award at the Dinard British Film Festival.
The festival thanks them for accepting to take part in this crucial role and wishes them the best. Rendez-vous at the closing evening to discover their picks...