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TRIBECA 2022 Premi

January trionfa al Tribeca 2022

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- Il film del regista lettone Viesturs Kairišs ha vinto il premio come miglior lungometraggio narrativo internazionale; altri vincitori europei includono Woman on the Roof e We Might as Well Be Dead

January trionfa al Tribeca 2022
January di Viesturs Kairišs

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The Latvian-Lithuanian-Polish co-production January [+leggi anche:
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has won Best International Narrative Feature at this year’s edition of the Tribeca Film Festival. The prize comes with $20,000. Directed by veteran Latvian helmer Viesturs Kairišs – whose previous features include 2016’s The Chronicles of Melanie [+leggi anche:
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and the 2014 documentary Pelican in the Desert – the film focuses on the coming of age of a young art student, set against the tumultuous political backdrop of January 1991, when Latvia declared its independence amidst fierce Soviet resistance. The movie was produced by Mistrus Media in co-production with Artbox and Staron-Film. It was financed by the Latvian Film Fund, the Polish Film Institute, the Lithuanian Film Centre and Eurimages.

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Other European winners in the International Narrative Competition include veteran Polish actress Dorota Pomykala, who won Best Performance in an International Narrative Feature. Her turn in the lead role of Anna Jadowska’s Woman on the Roof [+leggi anche:
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, in which she appears in almost every scene playing an unassuming 60-year-old whose life is turned upside down when she decides to rob a bank, has been the subject of much praise after it had its world premiere at the festival. Also in the International Narrative Competition, Jay Mantz nabbed Best Cinematography for his work on Natalia Sinelnikova’s We Might as Well Be Dead [+leggi anche:
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(Germany/Romania).

There was more European cinematography-related success in the festival’s Documentary Competition, as Boris Levy picked up the corresponding award for Tessa Louise-Salomé’s The Wild One (France). The film tells the life story of Jack Garfein, a Holocaust survivor, Actors Studio figure and controversial filmmaker. In the festival’s New Narrative Competition, a Special Jury Mention was given to Floor van der Meulen, the director of Pink Moon [+leggi anche:
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(Italy/Netherlands/Slovenia).

In the Shorts Competition, Norway’s Night Ride from director Eirik Tveiten won Best Narrative Short. The film, which has already won the Film Critics’ Award at the Norwegian Film Festival, follows Ebba, who is waiting for the tram to go home after a party, but the ride takes an unexpected turn. Following its world premiere at the festival, Christian Cargill’s Heart Valley (UK) won Best Documentary Short, while the Belgian effort Daydreamers by Ante Pask won the Student Visionary Award. The film, about a father and daughter whose shared passion for motorcycles is threatened by an eye condition, emanates from the Antwerp-based RITCS School of Arts.

Here is the complete list of Tribeca 2022 award winners:

International Narrative Competition

Best International Narrative Feature
January [+leggi anche:
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- Viesturs Kairišs (Latvia/Lithuania/Poland)

Best Screenplay in an International Narrative Feature
Martín Boulocq, Rodrigo Hasbún - The Visitor (Bolivia/Uruguay)

Best Cinematography in an International Narrative Feature
Jan Mayntz - We Might as Well Be Dead [+leggi anche:
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(Germany/Romania)

Best Performance in an International Narrative Feature
Dorota Pomykala - Woman on the Roof [+leggi anche:
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(Poland/France/Sweden)

US Narrative Competition

Best US Narrative Feature
Good Girl Jane - Sarah Elizabeth Mintz (USA)

Best Screenplay in a US Narrative Feature
Ben Snyder, Elizabeth Rodriguez - Allswell (USA)

Best Cinematography in a US Narrative Feature
Azuli Anderson – Next Exit (USA)

Best Performance in a US Narrative Feature
Rain Spencer - Good Girl Jane

Special Jury Mention for Best Performance in a US Narrative Feature
Liz Carbel Sierra – God’s Time (USA)

Documentary Competition

Best Documentary Feature
The Cave of Adullam - Laura Checkoway (USA)

Best Cinematography in a Documentary Feature
Boris Levy - The Wild One (France)

Best Editing in a Documentary Feature
Christopher McGlynn - The Cave of Adullam

Best New Narrative Director Competition

Best New Narrative Director
Michelle Garza Cervera - Huesera (Mexico)

Special Jury Mention for Best New Narrative Director
Floor van der Meulen - Pink Moon [+leggi anche:
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(Italy/Netherlands/Slovenia)

Best New Documentary Director Competition

The Albert Maysles Award for Best New Documentary Director
Edward Buckles Jr - Katrina Babies (USA)

Nora Ephron Competition

Nora Ephron Award
Michelle Garza Cervera - Huesera

Shorts Competition

Best Narrative Short
Night Ride - Eirik Tveiten (Norway)

Best Documentary Short
Heart Valley - Christian Cargill (UK)

Special Jury Mention for Best Documentary Short
Stranger at the Gate - Joshua Seftel (USA)

Student Visionary Award
Daydreamers - Ante Pask (Belgium)

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