The Phonurgia Nova Prizes will be awarded this year for the 28th time. Born in 1986, the festival is the oldest and most prestigious event in the field of creative radio, sound art and podcast in France.
Dominique Petitgand, Chantal Dumas, Bernadette Johnson, Hanna Hartman, Alessandro Bosetti, Sébastien Dicenaire, Joaquin Cofreces, Félix Blume, Sophie Berger, have made the fine days of this Prize, while the list of those who reveal themselves each year is impressive. The event brings together authors from all over Europe and beyond. Sharing a burning desire to tell stories with and through sound, these adventurers renew the concept of phonography, which is considered here as a medium for interpreting reality. In line with its 27 past editions, the 2023 jury will reveal authors who renew listening to the world and others : soundscapes, spoken word pieces, radio experiments, found sound, innovative approaches to radiodrama and documentary, and challenging new projects. During the festival, the submissions will be auditioned and reviewed by a live jury.
Registrations are closed since July 30th midnight. 357 productions from 30 countries are in the running. We invite you to discover the nominated works in competition at the Centre Wallonie Bruxelles de Paris during the festival on 2, 3 and 4 November.
5 prizes will be awarded : documentary, fiction, sound art, field recording and young creation (artists under 30). The 4 best projects (submitted as written proposal) will share 4 creative residencies in 2024 hosted by the GMEM, Euphonia, Art Zoyd, and AVATAR.
Discover the complet list of the nominated works.