All three prizes will be announced on Saturday 26 February at La Gravière at 10 pm. The announcement will be followed by the closing party.
One of the winning films will be screened again on Sunday 27th of January, at 10pm in the Cinémas du Grütli, Simon.

Prize winners
Boréal Critics’ Prize : Alone (Chine, 2012) de Wang Bing

Audience Award : Capitaine Thomas Sankara (Suisse, Mali, 2012) de Christophe Cupelin

Young Adults Jury Award : Guerra Civil (Portugal, 2010) de Pedro Caldas

Audience Award
Worth CHF 5,000, the BM Audience Award will go to a feature-length film made in 2012 and not yet distributed in Switzerland. The award is donated by the City of Geneva’s Department of Culture.

Young Adults Jury Award
The Young Adults Jury Award of CHF 1,000 is judged by a jury of post-obligatory school pupils. This award is offered by the City of Geneva’s Department of Social Cohesion and Solidarity.

Boréal Critics’ Prize
This prize, worth CHF 5,000 and provided by Boréal Coffee, is awarded by a jury composed of five cinema critics also active on the Web and blogosphere.
Members of the Jury :
Film and TV critic at Chronic'art. has two blogs, one devoted to cinema and the other reserved for writing.
Journalist and film critic since 2007, Blondeau writes in Les Inrockuptibles, Transfuge et Snatch magazines, and is a regular speaker in Paris and suburban movie theaters.
Journalist and film critic with Le Monde, Regnier has two blogs on Film Bazar, et The Bubble, a Cannes festival column, and has made two documentaries, La Rue est à eux and Pièce Montée.
A member of the Cahiers du cinéma, Eugenio Renzi founded the magazine in 2009 with Antoine Thirion and is its chief editor. He collaborates with Monde Diplomatique.
A journalist with Mouvement, Jérôme Provençal has collaborated with Les Inrockuptibles and Le Monde.
Competition entrants :
Sofia's Last Ambulance, Ilian Metev, Bulgarie
A última vez que vi Macau , João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata, Portugal
Pieta, Kim Ki-duk, Corée du Sud
Juvenile Offender, Kang Yikwan, Corée du Sud
El muerto y ser feliz, Javier Rebollo, Argentine
Postcards engom the Zoo, Edwin, Indonésie
Odayaka, Nobuteru Uchida, Japon
Alone, Wang Bing, Chine
L, Babis Makridis, Grèce
Ship of Theseus, Anand Gandhi, Inde
Capitaine Thomas Sankara, Christophe Cupelin, Burkina Faso/Suisse

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Coffe tasting in a mini Boréal Coffee Shop in front of the Cinémas du Grütli venues, during the whole festival.