The winners of the four awards were announced tonight under a film from the south at the closing ceremony of the Vega Theater in Oslo.
It has become one of the major reviews of the Cannes Film Festival as a jury for the main prize Silver Mirror Highly valued among the twelve films in the main competition:
Fire He directed by one of the brilliant creators of South Korea, Lee Chang Dong, As the Norwegian audience has to recognize the past through poetry Which went to Norwegian cinemas in 2011. It is based on a novel by Haruki Murakami, from the novel collection The elephant is gone. The result is a combination of thriller and mystery drama that has been celebrated around the world. The film of the Southern Jury, consisting of Marta Stephens, Khaled Maimouni and Kalle Lüchen, justified the award as follows:
"The film that gets the good of the jury is a well-established and well-intentioned story […] A silent story […] Where the answers never get carried away, and the story is never restrained. This film shows the power of a good film story. "
New voices: The festival's latest competition program New voices Included 11 films by first and second directors. The new year wins votes is the film Ayka By Serge & Dvortsevoj from Kazakhstan. The jury included film critics Brit Sorensen, Christine Allen and John Eversen. They have written, among other things, a manuscript and a photograph in his rationale: "The script is still surprising with unexpected and effective rounds, and the camera work has documentary features that bring us physically close to the hero." Samal Jeslijamova has an impressive presence.
DOC: South: DOC: SüR-winner is the French-Congolese film Makala By Emmanuel Grass. The jury included Beringer in Bierkam, Helen Egan, and Verona Mayer. Part of the jury statement: "A film that combines a great cinema and a story that, although minimalist, can be very fascinating, emotional and fascinating."
The Audience Award: The winner is Shop thieves By Hirokazu Koreeda.
Read more about all winners here