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66th Berlin Film Festival Award Winners

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Summary

The 66th Berlin International Film Festival drew to a close on Sunday 21st February.

Sargent-Disc congratulates all of the award winners.

66th Berlin Film Festival Award Winners

Congratulations to all the 2016 Berlin Film Festival Award winners.

 

 

The 66th Berlin International Film Festival drew to a close on Sunday 21st February with Gianfranco Rosi's documentary about the refuges crisis on the island of Lampedusa, Fire at Sea taking home the Golden Bear for Best Film.

 

The feature's win was fitting, as taking place alongside the gravest European refugee crisis in recent history, the theme of people forced from their homes due to economic means, violence and war has been extremely prevalent throughout the festival.

 

 

Best Film

 (Golden Bear for Best Film: Fire at Sea by Gianfranco Rosi - Producer and Director Gianfranco Rosi)

Photo Credit: Ali Ghandtschi © Berlinale 2016

 

 

The 'Official Selection' held 21 UK films, including two British features in the International Competition, one of which is the German (XFilme Creative Pool GMBH), French and UK (Filmwave: Christian Grass and Paul Trijbits) co-production, Alone in Berlin - for which Sargent-Disc supplied Payroll and Post Production services along with Digital Purchase Order and Vista Accounting software.

 

The 2016 International Jury was led by the actress Meryl Streep as President, with six other jury members joining her, including German actor Lars Eidinger, French photographer Brigitte Lacombe, British actor Clive Owen, British film critic Nick James, Italian actress Alba Rohrwacher and Polish filmmaker Malgorzata Szumowska.

 

The Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize, which honours films that look at new perspectives, went to Lav Diaz's challenging eight-hour historical drama; A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery.

 

 

Contribution

(Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize: A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery - Director Lav Diaz)

Photo Credit: Ali Ghandtschi © Berlinale 2016

 

 

 

The Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize went to Danis Tanovic's Bosnian drama Death in Sarajevo, about the staff and guests of a hotel hosting an international diplomatic delegation.

 

 

Mia Hansen-Love won the Silver Bear for best director for her French feature Things to Come, looking at a Paris high school philosophy teacher forced to deal with sudden changes in her life, whilst the Silver Bear for best actress went to Trine Dyrholm for Thomas Vinterberg's The Commune.

 

 

Best Director

 (Silver Bear for Best Director: Mia Hansen-Løve for Things to Come)

Photo Credit: Richard Hübner © Berlinale 2016

 

 

Mohamed Ben Attia's Tunisian drama Hedi took the Silver Bear for best actor for Majd Mastoura.

 

Polish writer-director Tomas Wasilewski, took the Silver Bear for best screenplay for his feature about four women struggling with love and desire in post-communist Poland, The United States of Love.

 

Finally, the Silver Bear for Artistic Contribution was awarded to cinematographer, Mark Lee Ping-Bing, for his work on Yang Chao's Chinese film Crosscurrent, which follows a young cargo ship captain on his journey up the Yangtze River.

 

Click here to see the full list of award winners.

 

Main Header Image Photo Credit: Richard Hübner © Berlinale 2016


 

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