President of the Jury
Eric Judor became a reference in French humour in the 1990s, with the comedy duo Eric et Ramzy. Actor and author of the TV series H and Platane, he also directed for the big screen Seuls Two, La Tour de Contrôle Infernale and, last year, Problemos, the first comedy for the general public to talk about a ZAD. A jack-of-all-trades, Eric Judor also played with Jim Carrey in Michel Gondry's Pecan Pie and Stéphane Marelli in The Axe Boat.
An actress, she is convinced that a happy artist is a complete artist, she likes to jump from project to project and not close any door. We find her in the series Scènes de Ménages, but also in the theatre, or even behind the camera with the series La Loove she wrote, broadcast on Studio 4.
Ⓒ Yann Orhan
Author, composer and performer, Renan Luce is a storyteller. His debut album Repenti (La Lettre, Les Voisines) offered him two Victoires de la Musique in 2008. The clips of his songs pay tribute to cinema: Repenti directed by Philippe Torreton while Les Voisines is inspired by Fenêtre sur Cour. In 2009, he signed On n'est pas à une bêtise près for the credits of the feature film Le Petit Nicolas by Laurent Tira.
Comedian of Bordeaux origin, he shoots in several commercials, in Télé Gaucho Michel Leclerc's latest film, plays in Bénabar's play Je vous écoute directed by Isabelle Nanty and plays the role of Fabien in the daily series Scènes de Ménages sur M6 since 2011.
Editor in chief at Alike at Cinema.
Musician, he is at the same time saxophonist, keyboard player and French sound engineer. He is best known as a member of the electro group Zombie Zombie. Among other artistic collaborations, he has worked with directors Gabriel Harel, Narimane Mari and Chloé Mazlo, members of the jury of the Très Court in 2015.
Chief columnist for the magazine Stylist.
Culture journalist on the pages Grand Paris and Plaisirs du Journal du Dimanche, she covers current events in heritage, exhibitions and visual arts.