Venice: The Critics Prizes
At the Venice International Film Festival (August 31 – September 10, 2016), the critics jury presented two FIPRESCI Prizes: to a film in the international competition; and to a film in the parallel sections.
Prize, International Competition: “A Woman’s Life” (Une vie) by Stéphane Brizé (France, Belgium, 2016, 119 min). Prize, First Feature in the Parallel Sections: “Kékszakállú” by Gastón Solnicki (Argentina, 2016, 72 min, shown in “Horizons”).
Jury members: Gerald M. Peary, USA, president (“The Arts Fuse”), Alexey Gusev, Russia (“Séance”), Nil Kural, Turkey (“Milliyet Newspaper”), Nanna Frank Rasmussen, Denmark (“Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten”), Paola Casella, Italy (“Europa”), Massimo Lechi, Italy (“FilmDOC”, “Il Ragazzo Selvaggio”).
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