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Fipresci awards in Mumbai and Rotterdam

At the International Film Festival Mumbai
(India, November 20-27, 2003)

"Shadow Kill" (Nizhalkkuthu) by Adoor Gopalakrishnan (India, 2002)

won the Prize of the International Critics
"For its powerful cinematic exploration of the agony and helplessness of a hangman which dig as deep in the universal psyche as it does in Indian culture."

A Special Mention went to:

"Freaky Chakra" by V.K.Prakash (India, 2002),

"For the extraordinarily light treatment of very serious emotions, inhibitions and aspirations through the rich and innovative use of film language".

At the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival
(The Netherlands, November 20-30, 2003)the Prize of the International Critics
has been presented to
"My Flesh and Blood" by Jonathan Karsh (USA, 2003)

"With this sort of emotive topic the film could easily have lend itself to sentimental treatment. Instead, the director handels the theme with passion but also evenhandedness and craft."

Prize for a Short Documentary Film
to "The Very Best Day" (Samy luchshy den) by Pavel Medvedev (Russia, 2003)

"Like a perfectly crafted short story, this beautifully executed film married form and content harmoniously, managing to be meditative, cinematic and elegant in its use of sound".

The Jury has been composed of
Michel Euvrard, Canada, president
Leslie Felperin, UK
Annette Willis, Australia
Flavia de la Fuente, Argentina
Karin Wolfs, The Netherlands

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