Venice 2018: The Critics Prizes
At the 75th “Biennale Cinema”, headed by Alberto Barbera, we presented two awards: to a film in the international competition and to a young or first film in the parallel sections.
Prize, International Competition: “Sunset” (Napszállta) by László Nemes (Hungary, France, 2018, 142 min).
Prize, Official side sections (Orizzonti or Critics Week): “Still Recording” (Lissa Ammetsajjel) by Saeed Al Batal and Ghiath Ayoub (Syria, Libanon, Qatar, France, Germany, 2018, 116 min, shown in the Critics Week).
Jury: Rita di Santo, UK, President; Peter Kremski, Germany; Tina Poglajen, Slovenia; Mireia Mullor Vicedo, Spain; Andrea Bosco, Italy; Silvana Silvestri, Italy.
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