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Brussels Film Festival winners announced

WINNERS LIST 2011
 

Films in Official Competition
A QUIET LIFE (Una vita tranquilla) by Claudio Cupellini (Germany/France/Italy)
BLACK BREAD (Pa negre) by Agusti Villaronga (Spain)
BRAND by Thomas Roth (Austria)
HAPPY HAPPY (Sykt lykkelig) by Anne Sewitsky (Norway)
INNOCENT SATURDAY (V Subbotu) by Alexander Mindadze (Russia/Germany/Ukraina)
JIMMY RIVIERE by Teddy Lussi-Modeste (France)
 NOTHING'S ALL BAD (Smukke Mennesker) by Mikkel Munch-Fals (Denmark)
PARKED by Darragh Byrne (Ireland/Finland)
SUICIDE ROOM (Sala Samobojcow) by Jan Komasa (Poland)
UNDERCURRENT (Brim) by Arni Olafur Asgeirsson (Iceland)
VALLANZASCA by Michele Placido (Italy/France/Romania)

Official Jury
JACQUES WEBER (actor) – chairman
ANNE COESENS (actress)
STEPHANIE CRAYENCOUR (actress)
JAN DE COCK (artist)
YVES RENIER (actor)


 
GOLDEN IRIS AWARD for the best film
10.000 € offered by the Brussels-Capital Region

INNOCENT SATURDAY (V Subbotu)
by Alexander Mindadze (Russia/Germany/Ukraina)


The Award was received by Alexander Mindadze (director)
 & Andrej Annenski (director 2nd unit) from the actor Jacques Weber

 

WHITE IRIS AWARD for the best first long feature film
4.000 € offered by the Representation of the European Commission in Belgium


NOTHING'S ALL BAD (Smukke Mennesker)
by Mikkel Munch-Fals (Denmark)

The Award was received by Stine Meldgaard (production assistant) from the actresses Anne Coesens & Stéphanie Crayencour


JAMESON CINEPHILE AWARD
2.500€ offered by Jameson
This prize is awarded by a Young Jury from the film school IAD

INNOCENT SATURDAY (V Subbotu)
by Alexander Mindadze (Russia/Germany/Ukraina)

The Award was received by Alexander Mindadze (director)
 & Andrej Annenski (director 2nd unit), from the Young Jury.


BEST SCREENPLAY AWARD
2.000€ offered by the ASA (Francophone Association of Belgian Screenwriters) and SABAM (Belgian Association of Authors, Composers and Publishers).
Jury : Frédéric Castadot, Annie Carels, Julie Bertrand, Jean-Baptiste Delaunoy

HAPPY HAPPY (Sykt lykkelig)
by Anne Sewitsky (Norway)

The Award was received by Ragnhild Tronvoll, screenwriter of the film.


CINEUROPA AWARD
5.000€ offered by Cineuropa.org. This prize is awarded by a Cineuropa Jury

A QUIET LIFE (Una vita tranquilla)
by Claudio Cupellini (Germany/France/Italy)

The Award was received by Mr. Giorgio Ficcarelli,
Head of Cultural section DG Development à la European Commission, from Hubert Toint


AUDIENCE AWARD
2.000€ offered by Euro Millions. This prize is awarded by the audience, the film is chosen from all sections of the festival program

PARKED
by Darragh Byrne (Ireland/Finland)

The Award was received by Darragh Byrne, director of the film,
from Ivan Corbisier, festival director


RTBF TV AWARD for the Best Film
10.000 € (in distribution guarantees).
This prize is awarded by RTBF La Deux

NI A VENDRE, NI A LOUER
by Pascal Rabaté (France)


Be TV AWARD for the Best Film
5.000 € (in distribution guarantees).
This prize is awarded by Be TV

NI A VENDRE, NI A LOUER
by Pascal Rabaté (France)


BEST SHORT FILM AWARD
2.100€ offered by the UPCB (The Belgian Film Press Union), ARRF (Association of Francophone Film Directors) and UniversCiné Belgium.
This prize is awarded by the Short Film Jury : Alex Stockman (director), Martine Doyen (director), Stéphane Fefer (photographer), Jack Mener (journalist), Maxime Lacour (Managing Director Universciné)

INJURY TIME
by Robin Pront (Belgium)


STUDIO L'EQUIPE AWARD for the Best Short Film
1.000€ offered by Studio l'Equipe

HET BIJZONDERE LEVEN VAN ROCKY DE VLAEMINCK
by Kevin Meul (Belgium)

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