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The Critics' Prizes of Cannes 2012

The jury composed of film critics presented three prizes. Prize, Official Competition: In the Fog (V tumane) by Sergei Loznitsa. Prize, "Un Certain Regard": Beasts Of The Southern Wild by Benh Zeitlin. Prize, parallel sections: Hold Back (Rengaine) by Rachid Djaïdani (presented in the Directors' Fortnight). Jury members were: Borislav Andjelic, Serbia, president Isabelle Danel, France  Rita di Santo, UK Paola Casella, Italy Ronald Rovers, Netherla...

Line up of the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century

12th THESSALONIKI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL : Images of the 21st Century : March 12  - 21, 2010 The 12th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century, part of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, presents approximately 190 films by directors from all over the world, as well as a full parallel events program (previously announced on February 26).   OPENING FILM The Invention of Dr. Nakamats (Opfindelsen af dr. Nakamats, Denmark, 2009, 60 ...

Fipresci critics prizes in Cannes

  The Cannes Critics Prizes At the Cannes International Film Festival (France, May 13-24, 2009) a jury of FIPRESCI presented three prizes. Prize to a film in competition:      "The White Ribbon" (Das weisse Band) by Michael Haneke      (Germany, Austria, France, Italy, 2009). Prize to a film in the section "Un Certain Regard":      "Police, Adjective" (Politist, Adjectiv) ...

Critics' Prizes in Fribourg, Toulouse, Thessaloniki, Mar del Plata, Mumbai

Fipresci prizesFribourg (Switzerland, March 18-25, 2007). Prize: "Le cercle des noyés" by Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd (Belgium, 2006). Jury: Pamela Biénzobas, Chile, president, Pradip Biswas, India, Hassen Euchi, Tunisia, Sergei Anashkin, Russia. Print source. Production: Cobra Films, Rue de la Sablonnière, 29, B 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium, T +32 (2) 512 70 07, F +32 (2) 511 38 28, Sales: GSARA, 26, rue du Marteau, B 1210 Bruxelles, Belgium, T +32 (2) 250 13 10, distribution.di...

Juries award films from the Rotterdam Festival

During the IFFR 2007 Awards Ceremony on Friday, February 2, 2007 in Concert and Congress Centre ‘de Doelen’ in Rotterdam, the winning films of the 36th International Film Festival Rotterdam were announced. The three VPRO Tiger Awards were granted to the Hubert Bals Fund supported Love Conquers All by Tan Chui Mui (Malaysia), The Unpolished (Die Unerzogenen) by Pia Marais (Germany) and, ex aequo, to Bog of Beasts (Baixio das bestas) by Claudio Assis (Brazil) and AFR by Morten Hartz Kaplers (D...

Fipresci new Board members

At the annual General Assembly of FIPRESCI, held in Taormina, Sicily, a new board has been elected, for the period 2005/2007.President: Andrei Plakhov, Moscow.Vice-presidents: Pamela Biénzobas, Santiago/Paris,Diego Lerer, Buenos AiresHassouna Mansouri, TunisGrégory Valens, Paris.Klaus Eder, General SecretaryMichel Ciment, former president (2001-2005), was appointed Honorary President....

Cannes FIPRESCI winners

At the 58th Cannes International Film Festival (France, May 11-22, 2005) the Prize of the International Critics (FIPRESCI Prize)was presented to films - in the competitive section- in the section Un Certain Regard- in the Directors' Fortnight or the Critics' WeekThe winners are:Competition:"Hidden" (Caché) by Michael Haneke (France, Austria, Germany, Italy, 2005, 1h 57, 35mm)Un Certain Regard:"Sangre" by Amat Escalante (Mexico, 2005, 1h 30, 35mm)Directors' Fortnight / Critics Week:"Crying Fist"...