FQD awards | 17th edition

During the closing evening, five prizes were awarded by the FQD jury to the choreographers and companies that marked this 17th edition. New York choreographer Rebecca Margolick received the “Best indoor choreographic work” for her power and the quality of her piece, Bunker + Vault. The prize for the “Best outdoor choreographic work” was awarded to Barbara Kanneratonni Diabo’s My Urban Nature for its accessibility and sensitivity. The 21-year-old choreographer Adrian W.S. Batt won the “Discovery Award” for his piece Mundi Scaenam. Ismaera Takeo Ishii won the “Best Performer Award” for the play Immortality by Danish choreographer Lene Boel. Finally, the Polish company Hoteloko was awarded the festival’s “Coup de Coeur” prize for the originality of the piece Absolutely Fabulous Dancers.


Best indoor choreographic work
Rebecca Margolick, New York – Bunker + Vault

Best outdoor choreographic work
Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, Montreal – My Urban Nature

Discovery Award
Adrian W.S. Batt, Montreal – Mundi Scaenam

Best performer award
Isaera Takeo Ishii, Tisvildeleje  – Immortality

Coup de cœur
HOTELOKO, Varsovie – Absolutely Fabulous Dancers

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