2024 JURY

On the steps, meet the jury of the CST Award for Best Artist-Technician:

  • Jean Achache Director and screenwriter
  • Ariane Boeglin Levent, Editor
  • Maud Boissac, Head of Cultural Affairs for the city of Cannes
  • Jean-Marie Dura, Expert in cinema economics
  • Agnès Godard, Director of photography
  • Yves-Marie Omnes, Chief Sound Operator

    And the jury for the CST Award for Best Young Female Film Technician:

    • Gérard Krawczyk, Director
    • Nadine Muse, Sound Editor

    They were accompanied by Angelo Cosimano and Baptiste Heynemann, respectively President and General Delegate of the CST.

    Nadine Muse

    Sound Editor

    After several years as an assistant editor in the early 1970s, Nadine Muse progressed to the position of chief editor and more especially chief sound editor, working with directors such as Gérard Oury and Alain Resnais, Claude Miller, Yves Boisset, Patrice Chereau, Roman Polanski, Michael Haneke and Michel Hazanavicius. She was nominated for a BAFTA award for best sound for her work on The Artist in 2012 and for a César award  for her work on the films Deadly Run by Claude Miller, Children of the Marshland by Jean Becker, Venus in Fur by Roman Polanski, Love by Michael Haneke and Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train by Patrice Chereau. She won a European Film Award for Michael Haneke’s Hidden.

    Gérard Krawczyk


    Gérard Krawczyk graduated from Paris IX Dauphine university (with a master’s degree in management and economics) and from IDHEC/FEMIS (for directing and photography). In 1986, he wrote and directed his first feature film I Hate Actors which was nominated for the César awards and won the Michel Audiard prize. This was soon followed by Summer on a Gentle Slope. In 1997, after directing numerous advertising films, he returned to feature films with the musical Héroïnes. The same year, he began shooting the first of the Taxi films. This marked the start of nine years working with the producer Luc Besson and films such as Taxi 2, Wasabi, Taxi 3, Taxi 4 and Fanfan la Tulipe (which opened the 56th Cannes film festival). In 2005, he co-produced and directed It’s Our Life! in which he returned to the universe of his early films. His tenth film, The Red Inn took us into a visual and sound universe of fantastical story-telling which is rare for a comedy. From 2000-2010, he was second in the box office scores in France behind Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, King Kong…), with nearly 25 million spectators.  In 2013, he filmed the last two episodes of the series Taxi Brooklyn, written by Gary Scott Thomson (Las Vegas, Fast and Furious…), a series that was broadcast on TF1 in France and on NBC in the USA. In 2014, he wrote and directed a documentary, Marseille! a 105-minute film broadcast on France 3. He was the chairman of the SACD’s film committee until June 2018 and during this period, he published his first novel, Foudroyé(s) and made his eleventh feature film.