the complete winners of the Angoulême Festival 2023

Here is the complete list of the Angoulême International Comics Festival 2023, unveiled for the most part on Saturday evening.

Grand Prize of the City of Angoulême

Riad Sattouf

Fauve d’or best album

“The Color of Things” by Martin Panchaud (Here and There)

Fauve special 50th edition

Hajime Isayama

Honor Beasts

Ryoichi Ikegami et Junji Ito

Fauve Special Jury Prize

“Animan” by Anouk Ricard (Example)

Fawn of the series

“Les Liens du sang” de Shuzo Oshimi (Ki-oon)

Fauve revelation

“A tree frog in autumn” by Linnea Sterte (The Cherry)

Fauve heritage

“Fleurs de pierre” by Hisashi Sakaguchi (Revival)

Fauve from alternative comics

Lime Kiln (Spain)

Fauve polar SNCF

“Hound Dog” by Nicolas Pégon (Denoël Graphic)

Eco-Fauve Raja

“Under the Sun” by Ana Penyas (Actes Sud)

Fauve of the public France Télévisions

“Naphtaline” by Sole Otero (Here and There)

Fawn of high school students

“Khat, journal of a refugee” by Ximo Abadia (La Joie de lire)

Fawn youth

“The Long March of the Turkeys” by Léonie Bischoff and Kathleen Karr (Rue de Sèvres)

Youth Grand Jury Special Prize

“All Princesses Die After Midnight” by Quentin Zuttion (Le Lombard)

René-Goscinny Prize for Best Screenwriter

Thierry Smolderen for “Nightmares ex machina” (Dargaud)

René-Goscinny Prize for young screenwriter

Mieke Versyp for “Skin” (Here and There)

Philippe-Druillet Prize for young creation

“The Cliff” by Manon Debaye (Sarbacane)

Konishi Award for Best Manga Translation

Sylvain Chollet for “Dai Dark” by Q. Hayashida (Soleil Manga)

Prices for schools in Angoulême

“The Little Escape” by Dorothée de Monfreid and Marzena Sowa (The Watermelon)

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Prizes of the colleges of the Academy of Poitiers

“Simone” by David Évrard, Jean-David Morvan and Walter Pezzali (Glénat)

Poitiers Academy High School Prizes

“Nourrir l’humanité” by Miki Montlló and Sylvain Runberg (Delcourt)

Courage Award (unofficial)

Victoria Lomasco

Golden Elvis for Best Rock Comics (unofficial)

“Kiss the Sky: Jimi Hendrix 1942-1970” by Jean-Michel Dupont et Mezzo (Glénat)



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