Pudor wins Golden Olive
Tristàn and David Ulloa’s Pudor [+see also:
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This jury (composed of directors Hrvoje Hribar and Gianluca Tavarelli, actress Nursel Köse, costume designer Lia Morandini and film critic Silvana Silvestri), which presented the Special Prize to Macedonian film I Am from Titov Veles [+see also:
interview: Teona Strugar Mitevska
film profile] by Teona Strugar Mitevska. Best Cinematography and Best Screenplay went to Andrei Zvjagingev’s The Banishment.
The Audience Award went to Kristijan Milić’s The Living and the Dead [+see also:
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(Translated from Italian)
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