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Bucharest International Film Festival awards

Awards of the 2. Bucharest International Film Festival 2008:
LITTLE MOTH wins International Competition

The awards ceremony was held at Bucharests Cinema Studioa and the winners were presented by actors Steven Berkoff (OCTOPUSSY, A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, BARRY LYNDON) and Pádraic Delaney (THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY). The Festival took place from June 28 to July 6, 2008.


International Competition:

“The Jury was astonished that the International Selection comprised only 7 films to reflect the variety of world cinema. The Jury also regrets that no Romanian film was included in the International Selection. The Jury unanimously awards the prize for Best Film (€ 4'000), Best Director (€ 3'000) and Best Debut (€ 1'500) to LITTLE MOTH by Peng Tao (China) and the prize for Best Cinematography (€ 2'000) to HUANG YI of Little Moth by Peng Tao.”
“Helped by two excellent young actors, the film Little Moth describes in a very restraint way the reality of a world wide problem: Adults are abusing of defenseless children to fulfill their material aspirations. The films shows deep respect and compassion for the subject using a very modern way of story-telling without ever resorting to melodrama.”

The Award for BEST IMAGE (trophy & 2’000 Euro) goes to
Huang Yo for the cinematography in LITTLE MOTH (Xue Chan)

The Critics Jury formed by Aura Puran, Calin Stanculescu and Magdalena Stanciu decided to award the Critics Diploma for
LITTLE MOTH (Xue Chan) by Peng Tao, China 2007


CineBlackSea Competition
The Jury of the CineBlackSea Competition, formed by Mara Nicolescu, Borislav Andjelic and Chris McDonald, announces that the award for BEST FILM (trophy & 4’000 Euro, divided between the director and the producer) goes to
THE REFUGEE (Multeci) by Reis Celik, Turkey 2008
Inspired by real events, REFUGEE journeys towards new horizons, as Reis Celik rises questions about personal loneliness, homesickness and the search for new lives in refugee camps.

The award for BEST DIRECTOR (trophy & 3’000 Euro) goes to
Iglika Triffonova for THE INVESTIGATION (Razsledvane)
Iglika Triffonova successfully expresses a simple story and achieves excellence in subjective and social narrative.

The award for BEST DP (trophy & 1’000 euro) goes to
Dobrynia Morgachen & Dmitri Mishin for NOTHING PERSONAL
Larisa Sailovas Camera team creates a visual parallel universe exploring the context of old-style Russian bureaucracy and contemporary capitalism.

The award for BEST DEBUT (trophy & 1’000 euro) goes to
Ozer Kiziltan for TAKVA
With his debut film, Ozer Kitiltan questions the persistent Turkish theme of conflict between the modern world and personal solitude and devotion to god.


Shorts and Documentaries Competition
The Jury of the Short and Documentaries Competition formed by Sabina Pop, Dorota Roszkowska and Marian Tutui, announces that the award for BEST SHORT (trophy & 2’000 Euro), goes to two films:
RIFAT by Emin Alper, Turkey 2006, and
WAVES (Valuri) by Adrian Sitaru, France/Romania 2007
To RIFAT for discovering the very truth of emotion.
To VALURI (Waves) for the capacity to discover drama beyond common scenes.


The award for BEST DOCUMENTARY goes to two films:
HOW TO BECOME A HERO (Kako Postati Heroj) by Mladen Maticevic, Serbia 2007, and
LAKSHMI AND ME by Nishta Jain, India/Denmark/Finland/USA 2007
To KAKO POSTATI HEROJ for the powerful message proved by the director himself that the hero is hidden inside us.
To LAKSHMI AND ME for intelligent and sensitive crossing the borders between reality and film, as well as for showing the dignity of the outcasts.



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