Vianney Lebasque Awarded "Best Director" at the Chelsea Film Festival

November 1, 2013 | By FRENCH CULTURE FILM

On Sunday, October 27, the Chelsea Film Festival announced its 2013 award grantees at a ceremony hosted by Paul Calderon in Chelsea, NY.

French Director, Vianney Lebasque won the "Best Director" award for his 1st film Les Petits Princes, tie with Jonathan Singer-Vine for Licks.

READ OUR INTERVIEW OF VIANNEY LEBASQUE HERE !

The 2013 Chelsea Film Festival First Edition presented: 9 feature length-films and 8 short films, representing 13 countries and 17 first-time filmmakers (including 7 in competition). These films were selected from a record of 313 submissions, including 53 feature-length and 260 short films. 15 films at the Festival were New York premieres, 1 world premiere, and 8 US premieres.

More information @ Chelsea Film Festival

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