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Venice Collateral Awards

The "UIP Award for the Best European Short Film" was awarded to "Goodbye" by Steve Hudson.

The Prize of the International Critics (FIPRESCI Prize) was presented to
"3-Iron" (Binjip) by Kim Ki-duk (Korea, 2004) and to "Land Wind" (Vento di terra) by Vincenzo Marra (Italy, 2004) in the Horizon section.

Signis Prize
Tout un hiver sans feu, by Greg Zglinski (Venezia 61. In Competition)
Mention to: Bin jip, by Kim Ki-duk

Gan Award of the public for a film of the International Critics' Week
Ve lakachta lecha isha, by Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz (International Critics' Week)

Isvema Award for a film of the International Critics' Week (Sncci)
Ve lakachta lecha isha, by Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz (International Critics' Week)

Prix Art et Essai (Cicae)
Frédéric Fonteyne for La femme de Gilles (Venezia Orizzonti)

Arca Cinema Giovani Award
Best international film about "Spirit of time: a look to the present": Mar adentro, by Alejandro Amenábar (Venezia 61. In Competition)
Best Italian feature film: Nemmeno il destino, by Daniele Gaglianone (Venice Days)
Best digital film: Un silenzio particolare, by Stefano Rulli (Venezia Cinema Digitale)

"Lino Miccichè" Award of the CSC for the best first feature
Nemmeno il destino, by Daniele Gaglianone (Venice Days)

Fedic Award
Volevo solo dormirle addosso, by Eugenio Cappuccio (Venezia Mezzanotte)
Special Mention to Un silenzio particolare, by Stefano Rulli (Venezia Cinema Digitale)

"Fulchignoni" Award (Unesco)
Land of Plenty, by Wim Wenders (Venezia 61. In Competition)

Future Film Festival Digital Award
Collateral, by Michael Mann (Venezia 61. Out of Competition)

"Sergio Trasatti" Award - Venezia Cinema (Ente dello Spettacolo)
Le chiavi di casa, by Gianni Amelio (Venezia 61. In Competition)

Lanterna Magica Award (Cgs)
Finding Neverland, by Marc Forster (Venezia Mezzanotte)

"Lina Mangiacapre" Award
The 3 Rooms of Melancholia, by Pirjo Honkasalo (Venezia Orizzonti)


The following awards were also announced in course of the festival:

Human Rights Film Network Award
The 3 Rooms Of Melancholia by Pirjo Honkasalo (Venezia Orizzonti)
Special Mention to: Yizo Yizo 3 by Angus Gibson, Andrew Dosunmu and Teboho Mahlatsi (Venezia Cinema Digitale - Event)

Eiuc Award
Yesterday, by Darrell James Roodt (Venezia Orizzonti)
Special Mention to: The 3 Rooms of Melancholia, by Pirjo Honkasalo (Venezia Orizzonti)

Leoncino d'Oro (Agiscuola)
Bin jip, by Kim Ki-duk (Venezia 61. In Competition)

CinemAvvenire Award
Best film in competition (Venezia 61. In Competition): Le chiavi di casa by Gianni Amelio
Best first feature: Tout un hiver sans feu, by Greg Zglinski (Venezia 61. In Competition).
Award for peace "Il cerchio non è rotondo. Cinema per la pace e la ricchezza della diversità": Promised Land by Amos Gitai (Venezia 61. In Competition)

Premio "Francesco Pasinetti" (Sngci)
Best film: Le chiavi di casa, by Gianni Amelio (Venezia 61. In Competition)
Best innovative film: Vento di terra by Vincenzo Marra (Venezia Orizzonti)
Special Mention to: Come inguaiammo il cinema italiano. La vera storia di Franco e Ciccio (Venezia 61. Out of Competition)
Best actor: Kim Rossi Stuart for Le chiavi di casa, by Gianni Amelio
Best actress: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi for 5¥2 by François Ozon (Venezia 61. In Competition)
Special Mention: cast of La vita è breve ma la giornata è lunghissima, by Lucio Pellegrini and Gianni Zanasi (Venezia Cinema Digitale)

Premio Città di Roma - Arcobaleno Latino
Un mundo menos peor, by Alejandro Agresti (Venezia Orizzonti)

Premio Open 2004
Marziyeh Meshkini for Sag-haye velgard (Venezia 61. In Competition)

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