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STELLA ARTOIS GRAND PRIX
JURY’S SPECIAL AWARD
KODAK AWARD FOR BEST BULGARIAN FEATURE FILM
JAMESON SHORT FILM AWARD FOR BEST BULGARIAN SHORT FILM
AUDIENCE AWARD
AWARD OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BULGARIAN FILM AND TV CINEMATOGRAPHERS FOR BEST BULGARIAN FEATURE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHER
NO MAN'S LAND AWARD FOR BEST BALKAN FILM
FIPRESCI AWARD
BITTER CUP AWARD OF THE JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION FACULTY
BEST BULGARIAN FILM PITCHING AWARD
STELLA ARTOIS GRAND PRIX

for best film in the International Competition (diploma, a trophy and a prize of 5,000 Euro)

The Stella Artois Grand Prix For Best Film in the international competition to:
ADAM & PAUL, directed by Lenny Abrahamson.
The award includes a diploma and EUR 5000 provided by Stella Artois. The award is bestowed by the Head of the International Jury, Srdjan Dragojevic.

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JURY’S SPECIAL AWARD

The Jury’s Special Award to:
FROM THE LAND OF SILENCE directed by Saman Salur.
This award also goes to:
RED COLORED GREY TRUCK directed by Srdjan Koljevic.
The award is bestowed by the International Jury

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KODAK AWARD FOR BEST BULGARIAN FEATURE FILM

(diploma, a trophy and film negative amounted of 3,000 USD, provided by Kodak)
The Best Bulgarian Film Kodak Award goes to:
STOLEN EYES, represented by director Radoslav Spasov and cinematographer Plamen Somov.
The film has been selected by the festival directors, international press and film distributors present at the festival.
The award (a diploma, a statuette and USD 3 000 worth film stock provided by Kodak) is handed by Peter Boyce, the Kodak Emerging Markets General Manager, and Evgenii Mihailov, the Boyana Film EAD Managing Director.

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JAMESON SHORT FILM AWARD FOR BEST BULGARIAN SHORT FILM

(a trophy and a prize of 6,000 Euro, provided by Jameson and the European Coordination of Film Festivals)and was given by Michael Bore Irish destilers's regional manager
The Jameson Award For A Bulgarian Short Film goes to:
BEFORE LIFE AFTER DEATH directed by Dragomir Sholev.
The award consists of a diploma, a statuette and EUR 6 000 provided by JAMESON Irish Whiskey and the European Co-ordination of Film Festivals. The award is handed by from Irish Distillers and and Siegfried and Katja Riemann from the International Jury.

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AUDIENCE AWARD

provided by Sofia Municipality
The Audience Award for most popular film at the festival goes to:
SEA INSIDE, directed by Alejandro Amenabar.
The award (a diploma and 1 000 LEVA provided by) is handed by Metodi Petrikov. This award is given by the Municipality of Sofia City.

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AWARD OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BULGARIAN FILM AND TV CINEMATOGRAPHERS FOR BEST BULGARIAN FEATURE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHER

The Best Cinematographer Of A Bulgarian Feature Film Award from the Association of the Bulgarian Cinematographers, selected by the festival directors and international press, goes to:
Emil Hristov for THE MEANING OF LIFE.
The award is handed by the Association Chairman, Georgi Nickolov.

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NO MAN'S LAND AWARD FOR BEST BALKAN FILM

(diploma and a box of NO MAN'S LAND wine)

The Best Balkan Film Award No Man’s Land is presented by the Bulgarian Film Critics’ Guild to LIFE IS MIRACLE , and director Emir Kusturica . The award – a diploma and a box of No Man’s Land.

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FIPRESCI AWARD

The Fipresci Jury (The International Film Critics’ Federation) with the following members:

Hans –Joachim Schlegel - (Germany)
Cristina Corciovescu – Nine o’clock (Romania}
Genoveva Dimitrova - Kultura (Bulgaria)

presents

The Fipresci Award to Lenny Abrahamson director for ADAM & PAUL . The award is handed by the Head of the Jury, Mr. Hans –Joachim Schlegel .

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BITTER CUP AWARD OF THE JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION FACULTY

The Bitter Cup Award Of The Journalism And Mass Communication Faculty at the St. Kliment Okhridsky Sofia University goes to:
Nikolay Nikitin for the project LOST AND FOUND,
and for the documentary - to:
Filip Remunda and Vit Klusak for the film “Czech dream”.

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BEST BULGARIAN FILM PITCHING AWARD

Best Pitching award
Certificate and prize of 3,000 Euro given to the director and producer of the film project who has made the best pitching at Sofia Meetings:
DAU and the director Ilya Khrzhanovski and the producer Artem Vassilev.

Best Bulgarian Film pitching award
Certificate and prize of 1,000 Euro given to the director and producer of the Bulgarian film project who has made the best pitching at Sofia Meetings:
BALKAN BLUS and the director Zornitsa Sophia and the producer Nikolay Kirov.

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