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Corrine Soum Wasson

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Corinne Soum

French Republic
 
2017 Laureate
WMO Honorary Member
Member of the World Mime Council

The World Mime Organisation has decided to present the "Special WMO Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Art of Mime" to professor Corinne Soum the co-director of the Theatre de l'Ange Fou and the co-founder and director of the International School of Corporeal Mime.

She dedicated her life to researching and sharing the intelligence, creativity and the soul of human body through Corporeal Mime. Communicating emotions and thoughts without words on stage and being thorough in verbal and bodily explanations in the classroom. Corin Soum touched with magic hundreds and thousands of mimes, actors, dancers in France, UK, United States where she was based and the world that she traveled.

She witnessed and experienced as a student, than an assistant, performer and a professor the timeless genius of Etienne Decroux.
She is still performing, teaching, influencing and inspiring young mime artists, dancers and actors of the 21st century."

Velio Goranov

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WMO Velio GoranovPhoto source: FacebookRepublic of Bulgaria
2018 Laureate
WMO Honorary Member
Member of the World Mime Council
The World Mime Organisation has decided to present the "Special WMO Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Art of Mime" to the Bulgarian mime artist Velio Goranov.
Actor and mime artist who joggled spoken and unspoken words on stage and in front of the camera for almost 50 years. Established modern-days mime in Bulgaria researching artistic freedom and finding the freedom of speech in silence.
Human body was born to move in time and space, in thought and imagination and no society can ban it. Its language has no barriers and it is free to travel the dreams but also the planet, cultures, civilisations.
Velio Goranov is a dream traveler whose vehicle is the stage made of love and freedom."

Ivan Klemenc

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WMO Ivan KlemencPhoto source: Facebook Republic of Serbia
2017 Laureate
WMO Honorary Member
Member of the World Mime Councli

The World Mime Organisation has decided to present the "Special WMO Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Art of Mime" to the mime artist and university professor Ivan Klemenc.

"One of the most versatile actors in former Yugoslavia with a role span from Commedia dell'Arte to film drama is remembered by many for his short mime études that were broadcasted by TV Belgrade for years.

Professor Klemenc has for many years and still is sharing his art and knowledge of mime and stage movement with dozens of university students and has influenced Yugoslav and Serbian theatre with his imaginative choreographies and movement designs for actors bodies.

He was devoted to mime teaching and creation with children with hearing impairment which was under the media radar and at the same time he promoted the art of body language and mime not only in theatre and media but at international events such as a Eurovision Song Contest.

Generations of theatre lovers and professionals of an entire South-Eastern European region will feel his artistic influence in years to come.

Andrés Valdés

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image003 Andres ValdesRepublic of Slovenia
2017 Laureate
WMO Honorary Member
Member of the World Mime Council
The World Mime Organisation has decided to present the "Special WMO Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Art of Mime" to the mime artist and educator Andrés Valdés.

Born and educated in Havana, Cuba, honed in Paris, France, flourished in Yugoslavia and matured in Slovenia, Andres Valdes has traveled the distance both geographically and artistically and brought together cultures, dreams and body movements across space and time.
He has introduced an almost unknown art form to the people, the audience and the professionals of an entire European region where he performed, directed and taught generations of young artists, actors and dancers and his artistic influence and human spirit will be felt by generations to come.
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