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Olhar de Cinema - Curitiba International Film Festival announces its winners

After 7 days, 156 hours of films and a public of around 12,000 viewers, Olhar de Cinema – Curitiba International Film Festival announces its winners.

In a ceremony held on Monday evening (6/04) at Guairinha Theater, in Curitiba (Paraná, Brazil), the winning titles in Olhar de Cinema – Curitiba International Film Festival were revealed. In the international competition, the Portuguese feature “Sangue do Meu Sangue” (“Blood of My Blood”) was picked the Olhar Award - Best Film. In the Brazilian competition, the winner was “As Hiper Mulheres” (“The Hyperwomen”).

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Competitiva Janela Internacional (International Feature Film Competition)

Olhar Award – Best Film (one prize of R$10,000):
Sangue Do Meu Sangue (Blood Of My Blood), by João Canijo
Portugal.

Special Jury Prize
Snackbar (Snackbar), by Meral Uslu.
Holand.

Artistic Contribution Award:
Country Music (Musica Campesina), by Alberto Fuguet.
Chile/USA.
For its achievement in direction.

Audience Award:
Las Acacias (Las Acacias), by Pablo Giorgelli.
Argentina/Spain.


Competitiva Olhares Brasil (Brazilian Feature Film Competition)

Olhar Award – Best Film (one prize of R$7,000):
As Hiper Mulheres (The Hyperwomen), by Carlos Fausto, Leonardo Sette and Takumã Kuikuro

Special Jury Prize:
Girimunho (Swirl), by Clarissa Campolina and Helvécio Martins Jr.

Artistic Contribution Award:
Estradeiros (Wanderers), by Renata Pinheiro and Sérgio Oliveira.
For the strenght of the image as a representation of the characters's universe.

Critic Award – Associação Brasileira dos Críticos de Cinema (Abraccine):
As Hiper Mulheres (The Hyperwomen), by Carlos Fausto, Leonardo Sette and Takumã Kuikuro
For the maturity in the cinematographic treatment of the native culture in a shared creating process.

Audience Award:
As Hiper Mulheres (The Hyperwomen), by Carlos Fausto, Leonardo Sette and
Takumã Kuikuro.


Novos Olhares (New Views)
First and second films by Brazilian and foreign filmmakers.

Novo Olhar Award
Para Além das Montanhas (Yama No Amata / Beyond the Mountains), by Aya Koretzky.
Portugal.


Competitiva Janela Internacional (International Short Film Competition)

Olhar Award - Best Film (one prize of R$4,000):
Cross-country (Cross), by Maryna Vroda.
France.

Special Jury Prize:
Could See A Puma (Pude Ver Un Puma), by Eduardo Williams.
Argentina.

Artistic Contribution Award:
Cross-country (Cross), by Maryna Vroda.
France.
For its achievements in camera and cinematography.

Audience Award:
Beast (Csicska), by Attila Till.
Hungary.


Competitiva Olhares Brasil (Brazilian Short Film Competition)

Olhar Award - Best Film (one prize of R$2,500):
Assunto de Família (Family Affair), by Caru Alvez de Souza.
Special Jury Prize:
Na Sua Companhia (By Your Side), by Marcelo Caetano.

Artistic Contribution Award:
Dona Sônia Pediu Uma Arma Para Seu Vizinho Alcides (Dona Sonia Borrowed A Gun From Her Neighbor Alcides), by Gabriel Martins.
For its aesthetic accuracy and economy of directing tactics.

Special Mention:
Vereda (Pathway), by Diego Florentino.

Critic Award – Associação Brasileira dos Críticos de Cinema (Abraccine):
Na Sua Companhia (By Your Side), by Marcelo Caetano.
For representing a multiplied cinema, in the human and aesthetic characters, exploring with sensibility love expressions.

Audience Award:
Praça Walt Disney (Walt Disney Square), by Renata Pinheiro and Sérgio Oliveira.

Acquisition Award RPC – R$10,000 for a short film from Paraná:
O Descarte (The Disposal), by Carlon Hardt and Lucas Fernandes.

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