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Berlin International Film Festival Awards 2014: Winners: BAI RI YAN HUO

Berlin International Film Festival Awards

Bai Ri Yan Huo and the other winners of the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival Awards have been announced. The 64th Annual Berlin International Film Festival awards recognize “the best film, individual achievements in direction and acting, and for best short film.”

The official press release for the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival awards winners:

The 64th Berlin International Film Festival (or Berlinale) drew to a close with an award ceremony tonight in which they announced the winners of the Golden Bear and Silver Bears. The top prize Golden Bear went to the Chinese film Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice) by Diao Yinan. The film’s lead actor Liao Fan also picked up a Silver Bear for Best Actor.

Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel won the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize. The Silver Bear for Best Director went to Richard Linklater for Boyhood. The film Boyhood had also been the winner of the Prize of the Guild of German Art House Cinemas, and the Berliner Morgenpost Readers’ Jury Award.

Aimer, boire et chanter (Life of Riley) by Alain Resnais picked up the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize for a feature film that opens new perspectives. Haru Kuroki won the Silver Bear for Best Actress for her work in Chiisai Ouchi (The Little House) by Yoji Yamada. Dietrich Brüggemann and Anna Brüggemann won the Silver Bear for Best Script for writing Kreuzweg (Stations of the Cross) which Dietrich Brüggemann directed.

The members of the 2014 International Jury, James Schamus (President), Barbara Broccoli, Trine Dyrholm, Mitra Farahani, Greta Gerwig, Michel Gondry and Christoph Waltz, award the following prizes:

THE AWARDS OF THE 64th BERLIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURY

GOLDEN BEAR FOR BEST FILM (awarded to the film’s producer)
Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice) by Diao Yinan

SILVER BEAR GRAND JURY PRIZE
The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson

SILVER BEAR ALFRED BAUER PRIZE for a feature film that opens new perspectives
Aimer, boire et chanter (Life of Riley) by Alain Resnais

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST DIRECTOR
Richard Linklater for Boyhood

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST ACTRESS
Haru Kuroki in Chiisai Ouchi (The Little House) by Yoji Yamada

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST ACTOR
Liao Fan in Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice) by Diao Yinan

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST SCRIPT
Dietrich Brüggemann, Anna Brüggemann for Kreuzweg (Stations of the Cross) by Dietrich Brüggemann

SILVER BEAR FOR OUTSTANDING ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTION
in the categories camera, editing, music score, costume or set design
Zeng Jian for the camera in Tui Na (Blind Massage) by Lou Ye

BEST FIRST FEATURE AWARD

BEST FIRST FEATURE AWARD, endowed with € 50,000, funded by GWFF
Güeros by Alonso Ruizpalacios

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM JURY

GOLDEN BEAR FOR BEST SHORT FILM
Tant qu’il nous reste des fusils à pompe (As long as shotguns remain) by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel

SILVER BEAR JURY PRIZE (SHORT FILM)
Laborat by Guillaume Cailleau

BERLIN SHORT FILM NOMINEE FOR THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS
Taprobana by Gabriel Abrantes

DAAD SHORT FILM PRIZE
Person to Person by Dustin Guy Defa

PRIZES OF THE JURIES GENERATION

Children’s Jury Generation Kplus

CRYSTAL BEAR for the Best Film
Killa (The Fort) by Avinash Arun

SPECIAL MENTION
Hitono Nozomino Yorokobiyo (Joy of Man’s Desiring) by Masakazu Sugita

CRYSTAL BEAR for the Best Short Film
Sprout by Ga-eun Yoon

SPECIAL MENTION
Sepatu Baru (On Stopping the Rain) by Aditya Ahmad

International Jury Generation Kplus

THE GRAND PRIX OF THE GENERATION KPLUS INTERNATIONAL JURY for the best feature-length film, endowed with € 7,500 by the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk
Ciencias Naturales (Natural Sciences) by Matías Lucchesi
SPECIAL MENTION
Killa (The Fort) by Avinash Arun

THE SPECIAL PRIZE OF THE GENERATION KPLUS INTERNATIONAL JURY for the best short film, endowed with € 2,500 by the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk
Moy lichniy los’ (My Own Personal Moose) by Leonid Shmelkov
SPECIAL MENTION
el (away) by Roland Ferge

Youth Jury Generation 14plus

CRYSTAL BEAR for the Best Film
52 Tuesdays by Sophie Hyde

SPECIAL MENTION
ärtico (arctic) by Gabri Velázquez

CRYSTAL BEAR for the Best Short Film
Mike by Petros Silvestros

SPECIAL MENTION
Emo (the musical) by Neil Triffett

International Jury Generation 14plus

THE GRAND PRIX OF THE GENERATION 14PLUS INTERNATIONAL JURY for the best feature-length film, endowed with € 7,500 by the Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education)
Violet by Bas Devos
SPECIAL MENTION
Einstein and Einstein by Cao Baoping

THE SPECIAL PRIZE OF THE GENERATION 14PLUS INTERNATIONAL JURY for the best short film, endowed with € 2,500 by the Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education)
Vetrarmorgun (Winter Morning) by Sakaris Stórá
SPECIAL MENTION
Søn (Son) by Kristoffer Kiørboe

INDEPENDENT JURIES

PRIZES OF THE ECUMENICAL JURY
Competition: Kreuzweg (Stations of the Cross) by Dietrich Brüggemann
Special Mention: ‘71 by Yann Demange

Panorama: Calvary by John Michael McDonagh
Special Mention: Triptyque (Triptych) by Robert Lepage, Pedro Pires

Forum Sto spiti (At Home) by Athanasios Karanikolas

PRIZES OF THE FIPRESCI JURY
Competition: Aimer, boire et chanter (Life of Riley) by Alain Resnais
Panorama: Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (The Way He Looks) by Daniel Ribeiro
Forum: Forma by Ayumi Sakamoto

PRIZE OF THE GUILD OF GERMAN ART HOUSE CINEMAS
Boyhood by Richard Linklater

CICAE ART CINEMA AWARD
Panorama: Kuzu (The Lamb) by Kutlu? Ataman
Forum: She’s Lost Control by Anja Marquardt

LABEL EUROPA CINEMAS
Blind by Eskil Vogt

TEDDY AWARD
Best Feature Film: Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (The Way He Looks) by Daniel Ribeiro
Best Documentary/Essay Film: Der Kreis (The Circle) by Stefan Haupt
Best Short Film: Mondial 2010 by Roy Dib
Teddy Jury Award: Pierrot Lunaire by Bruce LaBruce

MADE IN GERMANY – PERSPEKTIVE FELLOWSHIP, endowed with € 15,000
funded by Glashütte Original
Sandra Kaudelka for Intershop
EX AEQUO
Sebastian Mez for 274

FGYO-AWARD DIALOGUE EN PERSPECTIVE, endowed with € 5,000
funded by the French-German Youth Office
Anderswo (Anywhere Else) by Ester Amrami

SPECIAL MENTION
nebel (fog) by Nicole Vögele

CALIGARI FILM PRIZE
Das große Museum (The Great Museum) by Johannes Holzhausen

NETPAC PRIZE
Cheol-ae-kum (A Dream of Iron) by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park

EX AEQUO
Non-fiction Diary by Jung Yoon-suk

PEACE FILM PRIZE
We Come as Friends by We Come as Friends

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FILM PRIZE
Al midan (The Square) by Jehane Noujaim

CINEMA FAIRBINDET PRIZE
Concerning Violence by Göran Hugo Olsson

HEINER CAROW PRIZE
Meine Mutter, ein Krieg und ich (My Mother, a War and Me) by Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt

THINK:FILM AWARD, funded by the Allianz Kulturstiftung
Provenance by Amie Siegel

READERS’ JURIES AND AUDIENCE AWARDS

PANORAMA AUDIENCE AWARD – fiction film
Difret by Zeresenay Berhane Mehari

PANORAMA AUDIENCE AWARD – documentary film
Der Kreis (The Circle) by Stefan Haupt

BERLINER MORGENPOST READERS’ JURY AWARD
Boyhood by Richard Linklater

TAGESSPIEGEL READERS’ JURY AWARD
Zamatoví teroristi (Velvet Terrorists) by Pavol Pekar?ík, Ivan Ostrochovský, Peter Kerekes

ELSE – SIEGESSÄULE READERS’ JURY AWARD
52 Tuesdays by Sophie Hyde

PRIZES BERLINALE CO-PRODUCTION MARKET & BERLINALE TALENTS

ARTE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE, endowed with € 6,000
Emir Baigazin (Kazakhstan) for The Wounded Angel

VFF HIGHLIGHT PITCH AWARD, endowed with € 10,000
Bavo Defurne (Belgium) for Souvenir

DOLBY® ATMOS POLICY TRAILER
Yulia Glukhova (Russian Federation)

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