Awards for 2017

Silver Berlin Bear

Best Actor

WINNER

Best Actress

WINNER

Best Director

WINNER

Best Screenplay

WINNER

Jury Prize - Short Film

WINNER

Grand Jury Prize

WINNER

Alfred Bauer Prize

WINNER

Outstanding Artistic Contribution

WINNER

Panorama Audience Award

Documentary Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION


Fiction Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION



Crystal Bear

Generation Kplus - Best Film

WINNERS

Piata lod: Iveta Grofova
"We selected a film that is creative and authentic. It's about two children who create a little world of their own, rules. We found the story very moving and the actors are very believable too."

Estiu 1993: Carla Simón
"In this remarkable film we learn through the eyes of a little girl how to cope with loss. The lesson that this incredible heroine learns and that moved us to tears is that no matter how much it hurts, it is the unconditional love of the people around you that will ease your pain. Besides the outstanding performance of the young main actress the jury was also very impressed by the beautiful cinematography and sensual mise-en-scène!"

IN-COMPETITION











As Duas Irenes: Fabio Meira (director) (Roseira Filmes (production company), Lacuna Filmes (production company))

Generation 14plus - Best Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION















Generation 14plus - Best Short Film

IN-COMPETITION

Generation Kplus - Best Short Film

WINNER

Promise: Tian Xie (director), Liang Xia (editor)

Crystal Bear - Special Mention

Generation Kplus - Best Film

WINNER

Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié n'ont fait que se creuser un tombeau: Mathieu Denis, Simon Lavoie
"With epic aspirations, this film is an accurate portrayal of destructive group dynamics. With brutal honesty, it gradually unleashes its hypnotic potential as the narrative unfolds. Contemporary footage, fictional life stories and performances fuse together to create a disturbing yet rousing cinematic work."

Teddy

Best Short Film

WINNER

Best Documentary Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION


Männer Magazine Readers' Jury Award

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION



Teddy Jury Award

WINNER

Best Short Film

IN-COMPETITION

Best Documentary

WINNER

FIPRESCI Prize

Competition

WINNER

Teströl és lélekröl: Ildikó Enyedi
"Teströl és Lélekröl is an idiosyncratic love story full of lyricism and humour, free of all social conventions. It impresses us with the subtlety and eloquence of its style and involves us in its joy of living and loving."

Panorama

WINNER

Pendular: Júlia Murat
"Pendular receives the FIPRESCI award in the Panorama section for its outstanding visual quality and its narrative force that results in an accurate portrait of two contemporary artists. The expression of the modern and bold choreography of human relations in the story connects perfectly with the aesthetic and dramatic originality of the film."

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

Competition

WINNER

Forum

IN-COMPETITION

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention

Competition

WINNER

Una Mujer Fantástica: Sebastián Lelio
"This film is a moving story about a transgender woman in Chile. Despite social ostracism and personal humiliation, Marina continues to fight for her rights while maintaining her dignity. Refusing to only be identified by her sex, she struggles to have the freedom to live up to her full potential."

Panorama

WINNER

I Am Not Your Negro: Raoul Peck
"Set in the historical context of the United States civil rights movement in the 1950s and '60s, and through the words of James Baldwin, this documentary continues to be relevant today, triggering universal issues of justice and human rights."

Forum

WINNER

El mar la mar: Joshua Bonnetta, J.P. Sniadecki
"Being lost in the desert transforms into being lost in the cinema. The senses struggle to adjust, becoming attuned and opened to the sights and sounds of the vast, sometimes mystical space. Joshua Bonnetta and J.P. Sniadecki's film teaches viewers to read the signs of the desert by reading signs of the film. We discover an indifferent place, as stories of migrants crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. face an unforgiving landscape. A fierce but enriching experience."

C.I.C.A.E. Award

Forum

WINNER

Newton: Amit Masurkar
"The CICAE Art Cinema Award jury for the Forum programme at the 67th Berlinale, out of as many as 43 films in competition, decided to award wonderful Indian film Newton directed by Amit V Masurkar. This exceptional film, within the rich and varied Forum selection, deals with the universal issue of democracy, and the fight for it, during elections in India. Its multilayered portrayal of Indian culture, its dark humor and ironic approach, as well as its positive use of typical cliches within Indian society gives Newton a unique form and style which will delight audiences in arthouse cinemas all over the world."

Panorama

WINNER

Label Europa Cinemas

WINNER

Caligari Film Award

WINNER

Peace Film Award

WINNER

Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost"

WINNER

Teströl és lélekröl: Ildikó Enyedi (director) (Inforg-M&M Film Kft. (production company))

Special Mention of the Generation 14plus International Jury

Best Short Film

WINNER

Short Film

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

Special Prize of the Generation 14plus International Jury

Best Short Film

WINNER

EFP Shooting Star

WINNERS



Victória Guerra
Portugal.

Hannah Hoekstra
The Netherlands.

Louis Hofmann
Germany.

Tudor Istodor
Romania.

Marusa Majer
Slovenia.


Elina Vaska
Latvia.

Audi Short Film Award

WINNER

Guild Film Prize

WINNER

Männer Jury Award

Best Film

WINNER

Perspektive Award

Special Jury Prize

WINNER

EFA Award

WINNER

Os Humores Artificiais: Gabriel Abrantes (director) (Herma Films (production company))

Audi Short Film Award - Special Mention

WINNER

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