The AFC Awards

The Origins of a Trophy
By Stéphan Massis, AFC

Room 1163, Bry-Sur-Marne Hospital: Pierre-William Glenn is holding a small bronze Caméflex in his hands. The image is both sad and beautiful… this moment was recounted to us by Gilles Porte the day after the first-ever AFC Awards ceremony. He went to visit Pierre-William on his sickbed to show him the trophy that would be awarded to the winner of the new AFC Awards, as he was a founding member of the association. This small object in Pierre-William’s tired hands is the embodiment of the association’s founders passing the reins over to us, who are committed to making the AFC both active and lively.

Annoucing the winners of the first AFC Awards

During the Awards ceremony for the first-ever AFC Awards, recognizing excellence in cinematography, which took place on Wednesday 7 February 2024, as part of the 24th annual Micro Salon, the Awards winners were revealed by four personalities from the cinema.

Introducing the nominees for the AFC Awards

Introducing the cinematographers nominated in one of the four sections of the AFC Awards. As a reminder, the winners will be announced at the award ceremony on 8 February 2024 (during the AFC Micro Salon).

Prix AFC’s nominations announcement

The French Society of Cinematographers is proud to announce the nominees of the first Prix AFC’s edition. Tabulation of the nominees was overseen by a lawyer, Maître Bouvet, 354 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, on December 15th, 2023. The winners will be announced at the MICRO SALON AFC (Parc Floral de Paris) on February 7th, 2024. Thanks to all the cinematographers for their participation !

AFC Prizes’s call for entry

The AFC Prizes’s admissions are now open, until October 17, 2023. On the following article you can find reminder of related informations and how to submit a film.

The AFC is launching its own Awards Ceremony

The AFC is happy to announce that it will be organizing its first-ever AFC Award Ceremony in 2024. This ceremony will recognize excellence in cinematographic work.