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La fin du règne animal took best film at Torino

TORINO FILM FESTIVAL took place between November 13-21, 2003 wrapped announcing awrads

INTERNATIONAL FEATURE COMPETITION
* jury members: director Alison Maclean (Canada), director Pappi Corsicato (Italy), director Goutam Ghose (India), director Michael Almereyda (USA) and director Manuel Mozos (Portugal).

- BEST FEATURE FILM (20,500 euros): Joel Brisse's LA FIN DU REGNE ANIMAL (France)
- SPECIAL JURY PRIZE: (tie) Parviz Shahbazi's DEEP BREATH (Iran) and Lukasz Barczyk's CHANGES / PRZEMIANY (Poland)
- SPECIAL MENTION: Kanji Nakajima's THE BOX / HAKO (Japan)

Other prizes included
- FIPRESCI PRIZE: Lukasz Barczyk's CHANGES / PRZEMIANY (Poland)
- BEST SHORT FILM: Ila Beka’s I HAVE SEEN MY MOTHER DANCING IN THE CLOUDS (Italy)
- HOLDEN SCREENPLAY PRIZE: Joon-Ho Bong’s MEMORIES OF MURDER (South Korea)
- PUBLIC PRIZE: Joon-Ho Bong’s MEMORIES OF MURDER (South Korea)

This year the Torino Film Festival entered its third decade under the new co-direction
of Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan and Roberto Turigliatto. The opening film was
Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi's IT'S EASIER FOR A CAMEL (Italian premiere of the hometown director and actress award-winning first feature), while closing night presented a look back at William Friedkin's highly underrated 1977 thriller SORCERER.

WILLIAM FRIEDKIN and Russian director ALEXANDER SOKUROV both attended the Torino Film Festival for the most extensive retrospectives of their work to date. A third retrospective featured Greek and Italian works by the late STAVROS TORNES.

Among the Torino Film Festival’s other guests were JOE DANTE, presenting LOONEY TUNES: BACK IN ACTION, out of competition. In addition to the International Competition and Out of Competition sections, the Torino Film Festival featured “DETOURS” (American experimentals and international innovative video works), “AMERICANA” (vital and original US works, which included a focus on FILM NOIR, international premiere's of Bernard Shakey's (aka Neil Young) GREENDALE and Clint Eastwood's PIANO BLUES and a restored version of Mel Stuart's 1973 music documentary WATTSTAX).

This year’s Torino Film Festival also featured homages to American underground filmmaker STAN BRAKHAGE, Portuguese master JOAO CESAR MONTEIRO and Japanese action director KENJI FUKASAKU.

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