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Young Europeans Jury

Each year, Fipa offers 13 high school students from around the European Union the opportunity to be part of the Young Europeans Jury. Under the stewardship of a well-known audiovisual personality, the young jury members watch programmes, engage in debate and come to an agreement as to which programme in the Reportage & Investigation category they will give their special award.

It’s an opportunity for them to have an intensely exciting experience at the very heart of an international festival, to meet professionals from around the world, and to discuss their different perspectives and sensitivities with regards to demanding audiovisual works.

Read the rules.

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16th Young Europeans Jury – Fipa 2017: 

 

Austria
Anna Weber
Lycée Sir Karl Pooper

Bulgaria
Angel Mitkov
18 Comprehensive school William Gladstone

 

Denmark
Emilie Zølner-Markussen
Lycée français Prins Henrik

 

Estonia
Angelika Anette Antsmäe
Lycée Gustav Adolfi

 

France
Justine Faure
Lycée Maurice Ravel de Saint-Jean-de-Luz

 

Greece
Maria Raish
Lycée franco-hellénique Eugène Delacroix

 

Ireland
Maya-Lou Reddy
Newpark Comprehensive School

 

Italy
Azalée Garnerone
International School of Turin

 

Lithuania
Veronika Gvozdovaité
Lycée de Vilnius

 

Luxembourg
Loïc Juchem
Lycée Nic-Biever

 

Portugal
José Miguel Lobo
Lycée français international de Porto

 

Slovakia
Adriana Dokupilová
Lycée sportif de Nitra

 

Spain
Joan Caminal
Institut Lluís de Peguera