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ZAGREB 2018 Premios

The Load triunfa en Zagreb

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- La cinta de Ognjen Glavonic se ha llevado el Golden Pram a la Mejor Película, mientras otras películas como Continuer y La mujer de la montaña también se quedan con premios

The Load triunfa en Zagreb
El actor Leon Lučev, protagonista de The Load, con el Golden Pram a la Mejor Película (© Niko Goga)

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Serbian filmmaker Ognjen Glavonić's The Load [+lee también:
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has won the Golden Pram, the main award at the 16th Zagreb Film Festival, which took place from 11-18 November.

The screenplay for Glavonić's film, which world-premiered in the Cannes Directors' Fortnight, was partly developed through Zagreb's My First Script educational platform. The prize, worth €4,000, was given out by the jury comprising directors Juho Kuosmanen and Maja Miloš, and actress Deborah Kara Unger, who also decided to hand a Special Mention to Phuttiphong Aroonpheng's Manta Ray [+lee también:
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(Thailand/France/China). 

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Joachim Lafosse's Keep Going [+lee también:
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(Belgium/France) won the PLUS Award for the Best Youth Film, while Debra Granik's Leave No Trace triumphed in the Together Again competition for movies by directors whose earlier works took part in the festival's main competition, traditionally reserved for first or second efforts. 

In the International Short Film competition, the Golden Pram for Best International Short Film, worth €1,000, went to Iranian director Farnoosh Samadi's Gaze, while Poland's Dawid Bodzak received a Special Mention for Tremors.

In the Checkers programme, Croatia's strongest platform for up-and-coming local filmmakers, the Golden Pram Award, worth €1,350, was given to White Room by Mladen Stanić. Cherries by Dubravka Turić received a Special Mention.

Meanwhile, Benedikt Erlingsson's Woman at War [+lee también:
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, which has just snagged the European Parliament’s LUX Prize (see the news), scooped the Audience Award at Zagreb.

In the Industry Youth! section's pitching forum for student projects, How I Learned to Play Chess by Borjan Stojkov and Dušan Efremov from the Skopje Faculty of Dramatic Arts won the Best Pitch Award, which consists of image post-production services at the Vizije Studio, sound post-production at Studio Nazor, and film-poster design courtesy of Šesnić&Turković. 

Two projects received Special Mentions: Take Me to the Sea by Tamara Todorović and Andrija Dujović, from the Belgrade Faculty of Drama Arts, and Fragile by Tomislav Šoban and Adrijana Dimić, from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Here is the complete list of winners:

Golden Pram
The Load [+lee también:
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- Ognjen Glavonić (Serbia/France/Croatia/Iran/Qatar)
Special Mention
Manta Ray [+lee también:
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- Phuttiphong Aroonpheng (Thailand/France/China)

PLUS Award for Best Youth Film
Keep Going [+lee también:
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- Joachim Lafosse (Belgium/France)

Golden Bicycle for Best Film in the Together Again Competition
Leave No Trace - Debra Granik (USA/Canada) 

Golden Pram for Best International Short Film
Gaze - Farnoosh Samadi (Iran/Italy)
Special Mention
Tremors - Dawid Bodzak (Poland)

Golden Pram in the Checkers Programme
White Room - Mladen Stanić (Croatia)
Special Mention
Cherries – Dubravka Turić (Croatia)

Audience Award
Woman at War [+lee también:
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entrevista: Benedikt Erlingsson
entrevista: Benedikt Erlingsson
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 - Benedikt Erlingsson (Iceland/France/Ukraine)

Industry Youth! section

Best Pitch Award
How I Learned to Play Chess - Borjan Stojkov and Dušan Efremov (Skopje Faculty of Dramatic Arts)

Special Mentions
Take Me to the Sea - Tamara Todorović and Andrija Dujović (Belgrade Faculty of Drama Arts)
Fragile - Tomislav Šoban and Adrijana Dimić (Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts)

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