THE WINNERS OF THE 45th KRAKOW FILM FESTIVAL

 

JURIJ NORSTEIN – The Dragon of Dragons Award

 

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

REGULATION AWARDS

The Golden Dragon to the films: „Prostitution Behind The Vail”/ „Prostitution bag sloret” directed by Nahid Persson (Sweden) and „The Other Side of Burka” directed by Mehrdad Oskouei (Iran)

The Silver Dragon for the Director of the Best Documentary Film to the film „Life in Peace”/ „Mirnaja Zhizn” directed by Antoine Cattina and Pavel Kostomarov (Russia/ Switzerland)

The Silver Dragon for the Director of the Best Animated Film to the film „Morir de amor” directed by Gil Alkabetz (Germany)

The Silver Dragon for the Director of the Best Fiction Film to the film „My Place”/ „Moje miejsce” directed by Leszek Dawid (Poland)

 

The Honorary Diplomas for films:

„Once Upone A Time There Live One Old Man And One Old Woman”/ „Zhyli-byli starik so starukhoi” directed by Irina Zaitseva (Russia)

„Insomia” directed by Vladimirs Lešcovos (Latvia)

„Life This Way”/ „Richtung Leben” directed by Stephen Rick (Germany)

„Iranian Conserve” („Konserve Irani” directed by Mohammad Shirvani (Iran)

 

ADDITIONAL AWARDS

THE PRIX UIP CRACOW – The EFA Nomination Krakow 2005 – a nomination for the European Film Award in the short film category to the film „Dust”/ „Toz” directed by Fatih Kizilgok (Turkey)

 The FIPRESCI (International Film Critics) Jury at 45th Krakow Film Festival consisting of: Ludmila Hristozova- Diakova (Bulgaria), Tadeusz Robak (Poland), Alexandre Tylski (France) has decided to award the film „Dust”/ „Toz” directed by Fatih Kizilgok (Turkey)

The FICC (International Federation of Film Discussion Clubs) Jury at 45th Krakow Film Festival consisting of: Radka Korena (Czech Republic), Anna Korosadowicz (Poland), Dinah Munchow (Germany) has decided to grant the Don Quichote Award to the film „Georgy and the Butterflies”/ „Georgi i peperudite” directed by Andrey Paonov (Bulgaria). The Jury has also decided to grant The Special Mention to the films: „Czech Dream”/ „Cesky Sen” directed by Vit Klusak and Filip Remunda (Czech Republic), „Morir de Amor” directed by Gil Alkabetz (Germany)

 

NATIONAL COMPETITION

REGULATION AWARDS

The Golden Hobby-Horse of Cracow for the film „Hercules”/ „Herkules” directed by Lidia Duda

The Silver Hobby-Horse of Cracow for the film „Olter” directed by Krystian Matysek

The Bronze Hobby- Horse of Cracow for the film „Old Books Store”/ „Antykwariat” directed by Maciej Cuske

 

The Honorary Diplomas for films:

„Melodrama”/ „Melodramat” directed by Filip Marczewski

„Ichthys” directed by Marek Skrobecki

 

ADDITIONAL AWARDS

The President of the Association of Polish Filmmakers Award for the film „Rat In A Crow”/ „Szczur w koronie” directed by Jacek Bławut

The President of Polish State Television Award for the film „The Ordinardy People Uprising”/ „Powstanie zwykłych ludzi” directed by Paweł Kędzierski

The Maciej Szumowski Award founded by Kino Polska and UPC for the film „We All’re Made Of Coal”/ „Wszyscy jesteśmy z węgla” directed by Tomasz Wiszniewski

A Bronisław Chromy Sculpture for the Best Producer of Polish short and documentary films to „Kalejdoskop” Film Studio

Award for the best cinematography to Dawid Sokołowski for the film „Over The Fence”/ „Za płotem” directed by Marcin Sauter

Award for editing to Lech Molski for the film „Olter” directed by Krystian Matysek

The Kodak Prize: „Hercules”/ „Herkules” directed by Lidia Duda

The Pro- Helvetia Foundation Award for the best animated debut: „Everlasting Finale”/ „Wieczny finał” directed by Izabela Bartosik

 

The Prize of Student Jury

International Competition – „The Final Solution” directed by Phil Mulloy (Great Britain)

National Competition – „Old Books Store”/ „Antykwariat” directed by Maciej Cuske

 

The People’s Choice Award: „Old Books Store”/ „Antykwariat” directed by Maciej Cuske

„Czech Dream”/ „Cesky Sen” directed by Vit Klusak and Filip Remunda