In 2010, Entrevues celebrated ‘pirate’ filmmakers, such as Godard, Bigelow, Ossang, Moullet, HPG, or Abrantes. For this occasion, the Transversale session was dedicated to ‘Piracies!’ of all sorts.
Moreover, the festival paid a tribute to Abel Ferrara, looked back at the first films of Kira Mouratova, and programmed a Complete screening of works around the series Pic Pic André, with Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar, the troublemakers of Belgian animation.
Cinema and History and The Building Sites of Memory (Les Chantiers de la mémoire) set their focus on Africa and its cinema, as well as colonialism, post-colonialism, and neo-colonialism in sub-Saharan Africa.
As for the competition, it included João Nicolau with The Sword and the Rose [A Espada e a Rosa], David Robert Mitchell’s The Myth of the American Sleepover (Janine Bazin performance Award), Diane Wellington, by Arnaud des Pallières (recipient of the Audience Award for a short film), Pandore, by Virgil Vernier, Scènes de chasse, by Clément Cogitore, and Des Rêves pour l'hiver, by Antoine Parouty (Grand Prize for a short fiction film), amongst many others.
With Tilva Rosh, Nikola Lezaic was awarded the Grand Prize for a fiction feature as well as the Audience Award for a feature film. Ben Russell’s Let Each One Go Where He May received the Grand Prize for a feature documentary film as well as the RED Award, whereas Kurdish Lover, by Clarisse Hahn, was rewarded with the French film Award and the Audience Award for a documentary film.
The [Films en cours] post-production support went to Jairo Boisier for La Jubilada, which was released in 2015 under the title Le retour de Fabiola.