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Mothers Win All

FEST 2011 ended last night with a brand new film directed by Serbian film director Dejan Zečević  Enemy. The president of the Jury Europe Out Of Europe (Deborah Young, Barbara Lorey de Lacharriere and Dubravka Lakic), one of the best Serbian film directors Goran Paskaljević handed over Erythrocyte Award to a Macedonian film director Milcho Manchevski for his latest film Mothers (Majki). The award went to Manchevski because of, according to the jury, "really subtle exploration of truth and fiction in three deliberately diverse episodes and dare shifting of border between fiction and documentary, in order to exert and negotiate powerful feeling of still present matriarchy in the contemporary society of Macedonia."  

Beside the official main award of Europe out Of Europe, the Jury of FIPRESCI Award voted for a film In Better World directed by Susanne Bier, while the Special Mention went to a Ralph Fiennes’ Coriolanus. While Nebojša Djukelić Award, which is the Serbian Association of Film Critic and Journalists, went to Manchevski's Mothers.  

This year festival sold about 93 000 tickets and programmes in all diversity of film choice saw in total 115 000 people.  The audience of  FEST 2011 had the opportunity to see many Academy Award films, Hollywood films as well as the internationally awarded art films. And film program includes 43 nominations for this year's Oscars. Taking place, just before and after Oscar Awards and after a Berlin Film Festival, recognize the exclusivity of the screenings of the following films for Serbian audience, which includes 43 nominations for this year's Oscars. 39th International Film Festival FEST 2011 has chosen a great number of diverse films, recognized with international awards or simply just noticed on other international festivals. FEST showcases the best films and laureates from all  main festivals in the past year, which includes: Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Toronto etc, which of course includes significant authors, future international stars, and premieres of leading Serbian authors and authors from the region.


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