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  • Scottferguson
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    #140592

    Just announced:

    COMPETITION

    Golden Bear Grand Prize:

    Black Bear Thin Ice

    by Diao Yinan

    Silver Bear Grand Jury Prix:
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    by Wes Anderson  

    Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize:
    Aimer, Boire Et Chanter
    by Alain Resnais

    Silver Bear for Best Director:
    Richard Linklater
    Boyhood

    Silver Bear for Best Actress:
    Haru Kuroki
    The Little House

    Silver Bear for Best Actor:
    Liao Fan
    Black Coal, Thin Ice

    Silver Bear for Best Script:
    Dietrich & Anna Brüggemann
    Stations Of The Cross

    Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution:
    Cinematography: Zeng Jian
    Blind Massage

    Golden Bear Best Short Film:
    As Long As Shotguns Remain
    by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel

    Silver Bear Jury Prize Short Film:
    Laborat

    by Guillaume Cailleau 

    PANORAMA
    Best First Feature:
    Güeros
    by Alonso Ruizpalacios

    Audience Award – Fiction:
    Difret
    Ethiopia
    by Zeresenay Berhane Mehari

    2nd Place:
    Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (The Way He Looks)
    Brazil
    by Daniel Ribeiro

    3rd Place:
    Patardzlebi (Brides)
    Georgia / France
    by Tinatin Kajrishvili

    Audience Award – Documentary:
    Der Kreis (The Circle)
    Switzerland
    by Stefan Haupt

    2nd Place:
    Finding Vivian Maier
    USA
    by John Maloof & Charlie Siskel

    3rd Place:
    My Mother, A War And Me
    Germany
    by Tamara Trampe & Johann Feindt

    GENERATION KPLUS (Children’s Jury)
    Crystal Bear for the Best Film:
    Killa
    by Avinash Arun, India

    Special Mention:
    Hitono Nozomino Yorokobiyo
    by Masakazu Sugita, Japan

    Crystal Bear for the Best Short Film:
    Sprout
    by Ga-eun Yoon, Republic of Korea

    Special Mention:
    Sepatu Baru
    by Aditya Ahmad, Indonesia

    GENERATION KPLUS (International Jury)
    Grand Prize:
    Ciencias Naturales
    by Matías Lucchesi, Argentina/France

    Special Mention:
    Killa
    by Avinash Arun, India

    Best Short Film:
    Moy Lichniy Los’
    by Leonid Shmelkov, Russian Federation

    Special Mention:
    el
    by Roland Ferge, Hungary

    GENERATION 14PLUS (Youth Jury)
    Crystal Bear for the Best Film:
    52 Tuesdays
    by Sophie Hyde, Australia

    Special Mention:
    ärtico
    by Gabri Velázquez, Spain

    Crystal Bear for the Best Short Film:
    Mike
    by Petros Silvestros, Great Britain

    Special Mention:
    Emo (The Musical)
    by Neil Triffett, Australia

    GENERATION 14PLUS (International Jury)
    Violet
    by Bas Devos, Belgium / Netherlands

    Special Mention:
    Einstein And Einstein
    by Cao Baoping, People’s Republic of China

    Special Prize for the best short film:
    Vetrarmorgun
    by Sakaris Stórá, Faroe Islands

    Special Mention:
    Søn
    by Kristoffer Kiørboe, Denmark

    PRIZES OF THE ECUMENICAL JURY
    Competition:
    Stations Of The Cross
    by Dietrich Brüggemann

    Special Mention
    ’71
    by Yann Demange

    Panorama:
    Calvary
    by John Michael McDonagh

    Special Mention
    Triptych
    by Robert Lepage, Pedro Pires

    Forum:
    At Home
    by Athanasios Karanikolas

    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FILM PRIZE
    The Square
    by Jehane Noujaim

    FRENCH-GERMAN YOUTH OFFICE AWARD
    Anywhere Else
    by Ester Amrami

    Special Mention
    fog
    by Nicole Vögele

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

    CICAE ART CINEMA AWARD
    Panorama:
    The Lamb
    by KutluÄŸ Ataman

    Forum:
    She’s Lost Control
    by Anja Marquardt

    NETPAC PRIZE
    A Dream Of Iron
    by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park

    tied with:

    Non-Fiction Diary

    by Jung Yoon-suk 

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    Nessie
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    #140594

    Pity about Boyhood not getting the Golden Bear (though the French critics accurately predicted it would be robbed!), but Linklater’s Director win is good news.

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    Enygma
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    #140595

    I think this is Wes Anderson’s first major prize. It’s not the most prestigious, but it’s something. I will be seeing Grand Budapest Hotel in march, for the others there will be a long wait. Kind of dissapointed Linklater didn’t get a more relevant award.

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    Gabriel
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    #140596

    Even though Boyhood had the best reception, I figured it wouldn’t win. Good to see Linklater take Director though. I’m really looking forward to see the film.

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    Nessie
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    #140597

    Linklater is showing “Boyhood” at SXSW next month.

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    Eddy Q
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    #140598

    Reminds me of 2012 when the consensus critics choice, Tabu, lost to the safer Caesar Must Die. Maybe the jury are getting tired of being told what they should vote for.

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    Nessie
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    #140599

    The critics’ reviews all showed Boyhood overpowering every other entry, but U.S. films are not popular in Berlin.

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    1874
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    #140600

    So happy for Liao Fan and Yinan Diao!! Can’t wait to see Black Coal,Thin Ice!

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