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International Film Festival Bratislava

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The International Film Festival Bratislava (also known as IFF Bratislava) is an international film festival established in 1999 and held annually in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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Apart from the international competition program, it also regularly features renowned authors' film retrospectives, a European film program, independent film programs and various theme programs.

Awards

Awards are presented in the following categories:

  • Grand Prix for best film in the international competition
  • Best Director
  • Best Actress
  • Best Actor
  • FIPRESCI Award for best film, as determined by a jury of film critics
  • 2003 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - Bored in Brno (directed by Vladimír Morávek, Czech Republic)
  • Best Director - Li Yang (Blind Shaft, China)
  • Best Actress - Kateřina Holánová (Bored in Brno, Czech Republic)
  • Best Actor - Maruf Pulodzoda (Angel on the Right, Tajikistan)
  • FIPRESCI Award - The Island (directed by Constanza Quatriglio, Italy)
  • 2004 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - Or (My Treasure) (directed by Keren Yedaya, Israel)
  • Best Director - Atiq Rahimi (Earth and Ashes, Afghanistan)
  • Best Actress - Lindsay Duncan and Paula Sage (AfterLife, United Kingdom)
  • Best Actor - Pietro Sibille (Days of Santiago, Peru)
  • FIPRESCI Award - Private Madness (directed by Joachim Lafosse, Belgium)
  • 2005 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - The Cave of the Yellow Dog (directed by Byambasuren Davaa, Mongolia)
  • Best Director - George Clooney (Good Night, and Good Luck., United States)
  • Best Actress - Stephanie James (A Way of Life, United Kingdom)
  • Best Actor - Pavel Liška (Something Like Happiness, Czech Republic)
  • FIPRESCI Award - Everything Is Illuminated (directed by Liev Schreiber, United States)
  • 2006 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - 4:30 (directed by Royston Tan, Singapore)
  • Best Director - Amat Escalante (Blood, Mexico)
  • Best Actress - Hermila Guedes (Suely in the Sky, Brazil)
  • Best Actor - Antoni Pawlicki (Retrieval, Poland)
  • FIPRESCI Award - Retrieval (directed by Slawomir Fabicki, Poland)
  • 2007 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - Blind Mountain (directed by Li Yang, China)
  • Best Director - Veiko Õunpuu (The Autumn Ball, Estonia)
  • Best Actress - Julie Kolbeck (The Art of Crying, Denmark)
  • Best Actor - Sam Riley (Control, United Kingdom)
  • FIPRESCI Award - Tricks (directed by Andrzej Jakimowski, Poland)
  • 2008 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - Mid-August Lunch (directed by Gianni Di Gregorio, Italy)
  • Best Director - Amat Escalante (The Bastards, Mexico, France, United States)
  • Best Actress - Nada Abou Farhat (Under the Bombs, Lebanon, France, United Kingdom, Belgium)
  • Best Actor - Zsolt Anger (The Investigator, Hungary, Sweden, Ireland)
  • FIPRESCI Award - Under the Bombs (directed by Philippe Aractingi, Lebanon, France, United Kingdom, Belgium)
  • 2009 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - The Day God Walked Away (directed by Philippe Van Leeuw, Belgium, France)
  • Best Director - Kamen Kalev (Eastern Plays, Bulgaria, Sweden)
  • Best Actress - Ruth Nirere (The Day God Walked Away, France, Belgium)
  • Best Actor - Christo Christov (Eastern Plays, Bulgaria, Sweden)- Ex-aequo / Post-mortem
  • Best Actor - Harold Torres (Northless, Mexico, Spain)- Ex-aequo
  • FIPRESCI Award - Northless (directed by Rigoberto Perezcano, Mexico, Spain)
  • Special mention - Northless (directed by Rigoberto Perezcano, Mexico, Spain)
  • Ecumenical Jury Award - Kamen Kalev (Eastern Plays, Bulgaria, Sweden)
  • Ecumenical Jury Award special mention - Optical Illusions (directed by Cristian Jiménez, Chile, France)
  • Student Jury Award - Whisper With the Wind (directed by Shahram Alidi, Iraq)
  • Best Documentary Film - Petition (directed by Zhao Liang, France, China)
  • Best Short Film - Rita (directed by Zhao Liang, Italy)
  • Shorts Jury special mention - A Man Overboard (directed by Fabien Gorgeart, France)
  • Shorts Jury special mention - Party (directed by Dalibor Matanić, Croatia)
  • The IFF Bratislava Award for Artistic Excellence in World Cinematography - Juraj Herz (director)
  • 2010 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - The Four Times (directed by Michelangelo Frammartino, Italy, Germany, Switzerland)
  • Best Director
  • Dragomir Sholev (Shelter, Bulgaria)
  • Constantine Popescu (Portrait of the Fighter As A Young Man)
  • Best Actress - Charlotte Gainsbourg (The Tree, France, Australia)
  • Best Actor - Robert Naylor (10½, Canada)
  • 2011 IFF Bratislava

  • Grand Prix - Las Acacias (directed by Pablo Giorgelli, Argentina, Spain)
  • Best Director - Vincent Garenq (Guilty, France)
  • Best Actress - Iben Hjejle (Stockholm East, Sweden)
  • Best Actor - Ivan Trojan (Visible World, Czech republic)
  • References

    International Film Festival Bratislava Wikipedia


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