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American Women's Club of Hamburg

Prize Winners


 

Golden Bear for best Film

Jadelye Nader az Simin (Nader and Simin, A Separation) by Asghar Farhadi

 

Grand Prize of the Jury Silver Bear

A torinói ló (The Turin Horse) by Béla Tarr

 

Silver Bear for best Director

Ulrich Köhler for Schlafkrankheit (Sleeping Sickness)

 

Silver Bear for best Actress

Ensemble members from Nader and Simin, A Separation

 

Silver Bear for best Actor

Ensemble members from Nader and Simin, A Separation

 

Silver Bear for excellent artistic achievement: camera

Wojciech Staron for El Premio (The Prize)

And production design

Barbara Enriquez for El Premio (The Prize)

 

Silver Bear for Best Script

Joshua Marston and Andamion Murataj for The Forgiveness of Blood

 

Alfred-Bauer Prize (in memory of the founder of the Berlinale) for new perspectives in the art of film

Andres Veiel for Wer wenn nicht wir

 

Best first film

Andrew Okpeaha MacLean for On the Ice

 

Best short film

Park Chan-wook and Park Chan kyong for Paranmanjang (Night Fishing)

 

Glass Bear for best children’s film

Arild Andresen for The Liverpool Goalie (Keeper’n til Liverpool)

 

Glass Bear for best teenager film

Andrew Okpeaha MacLean for On the Ice

 

Ecumenical Jury Prize to

Asghar Farhadi for Nader and Simin, a Separation

 

FIPRESCO (International film critics)

Béla Tarr for A torinói ló (The Turin Hose)

 

Teddy Awards (for gay films)

best feature film: Marco Berger for Ausente (Absent)

best documentary: Marie Losier for The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye (which also won the Caligari film prize)

 

Amnesty International Film Prize

Mantas Kvedaravicius for Barzakh

 

Audience choice in the Panorama section

Feature Film: Iciar Bollain for Even the Rain (También la Lluvia)

Documentary: Brita Wauer for Im Himmel Unter der Erde, der Jüdische Friedhof Weißensee (In Heaven Underground – the Weissensee Jewish Cementry)

 

Grand Prix of the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk for the Best Film

Jutro bedzie lepiej  by Dorata Kędzierzawska

The jury was struck by the beautiful combination of playfulness and humour within a tense story of survival. The film-makers, with assured direction and beautiful cinematography, have crafted a moving story set in a harsh world where children are free to control their lives but not their destinies. With exceptional performances that create light in the darkest of situations, this film impressively sets an intimate and personal story against an important political and social backdrop.

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