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Zurich Film Festival Awards

6th Zurich Film Festival: September 23 – October 3, 2010

All of the 6th Zurich Film Festival’s awards go to European countries. The three Competition Juries gave their Golden Eyes to Serbia ("The Woman with a Broken Nose” by Srdjan Koljevic), Germany ("Das Lied in mir“ by Florian Cossen) and Denmark ("Armadillo“ by Janus Metz). Each award is endowed with a 20 000 Swiss franc cash prize and 60 000 Swiss francs for promotion of the film in Switzerland.

The Serbian film "The Woman with a Broken Nose” by Srdjan Koljevic receives the Golden Eye for Best International Feature Film. The Jury presented their prize to this film for the “exemplary consistency in its directing, screenwriting, acting, camera work and production.” Director Srdjan Koljevic received the award from the Jury President Frank Langella during Saturday evening’s Closing Night at the Schauspielhaus am Pfauen.

The Golden Eye for Best German-Language Feature Film goes to the German debut "Das Lied in mir“ by Florian Cossen. The Jury was swayed by the film’s “convincing and unique implementation of its human subject matter, which deals with the protagonist’s loss of identity and her battle to re-orientate her life.” Director Florian Cossen received the award from Jury President Johanna Wokalek.

The Documentary Film Jury gave their Golden Eye to the Danish film "Armadillo“ by Janus Metz. The Jury was inspired by “the film’s overwhelming power in portraying Danish soldiers during a six-month period stationed in Afghanistan.” Janus Metz received the award from Jury Member Jennifer Fox.

The Critics Choice Award of the Swiss Association of Film Journalists for a film in the International Competition goes to the Hungarian film "Pal Adrienn“ by Agnes Kocsis.
The three-part Jury was won over by the “sensitive portrait of a nurse who finds her way back to life after a confrontation with death.”

The second critics’ award, Variety’s New Talent Award, presented to a film in the International Feature Film Competition by the US industry magazine Variety, goes to "Adem“ (Oxygen) by the Belgian Hans van Nuffel. The Jury presented its award to this film for its “extraordinary actors, its clever directing and its well thought out screenwriting.”

The Swiss debut „Stationspiraten“ by Mike Schaerer took the Audience Award for a film in one of the three competitions. It was singled out by audience members using voting cards handed out during all of the competition film screenings.

The 6th Zurich Film Festival’s Awards

International Feature Film Competition

Jury:
Frank Langella (Jury President/USA)
Barry Gifford (USA)
Julia Solomonoff (Argentina)
Carlos Cuaron (Mexico)
Sharon Swart (Netherlands)
Anatole Taubman (Switzerland)

The 6th Zurich Film Festival’s Golden Eye for Best Film in the International Feature Film Competition goes to:
“The Woman with a Broken Nose” by Srdjan Koljevic (Serbia)

German-Language Feature Film Competition

Jury:
Jessica Hausner (Austria)
Johanna Wokalek (Germany)
Frieder Wittich (Germany)
Christof Neracher (Switzerland)
Christoph Schaub (Switzerland)

The 6th Zurich Film Festival’s Golden Eye for Best Film in the German-Language Feature Film Competition goes to:
“Das Lied in mir“ by Florian Cossen (Germany)

International Documentary Film Competition

Jury:
Jennifer Fox (USA)
Chris Paine (USA)
Mark Lewis (Australia)
Nenad Puhovski (Croatia)
Heidi Specogna (Switzerland)

The 6th Zurich Film Festival’s Golden Eye for Best Film in the International Documentary Film Competition goes to “Armadillo” by Janus Metz (Denmark)

A special mention was given by the Jury to:
“Last Train Home” by Lixin Fan (Canada)

The Critics Choice Award of the Swiss Association of Film Journalists
(Awarded to a film in the International Feature Film Competition)

The Swiss Association of Film Journalists Critics Choice Award goes to:
“Pal Adrienn” by Agnes Kocsis (Hungary)

US Variety magazine’s Variety’s New Talent Award
(Awarded to a film in the International Feature Film Competition)

Variety’s New Talent Award goes to:
“Adem” (Oxygen) by Hans van Nuffel (Belgium)

Audience Award
(Awarded to a film in one of the three competitions)

The Audience Award goes to:
“Stationspiraten” by Mike Schaerer (Switzerland)

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The 6th Zurich Film Festival will take place at the cinemas corso and Arthouse Le Paris from September 23 until October 3, 2010. The Zurich Film Festival screens Swiss and international film premieres in its International Feature Film, German-Language Feature Film and International Documentary Film competitions and its Out of Competition, New World View and onedotzero series. For further information please visit our website under www.zurichfilmfestival.org.

The Zurich Film Festival is generously supported by the following main sponsors: Credit Suisse, Kuoni, Swiss Post and Audi.

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