Festival du Film de Strasbourg - 2011 Awards

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AWARDS:
Best Documentary Film

Best Documentary Film

by RODI YUZBAPY - Turkey
The village, which is the subject of this documentary film, is a village that has lived through many events and become affected during the last century like the Russian war, exile of the Armenians, Geliye Zila, Agri resistance and as the last, the war in the region that is ever continuing.
Best Fiction Film

Best Fiction Film

by JAN-EJE FERLING - Sweden
Cissi 27 and Bernt 59 become friends in AA. She is searching her alcoholic father and Bernt his missing daughter. They cannot respond to each other's wants.
Best Direction

Best Direction

by MAX FRANCOS - Spain
"Il y a une chose plus forte que toutes les armes du monde, c'est une idee dont le temps est venu"  (Victor Hugo).
Best Screenplay

Best Screenplay

by JAN-EJE FERLING - Sweden
Cissi 27 and Bernt 59 become friends in AA. She is searching her alcoholic father and Bernt his missing daughter. They cannot respond to each other's wants.
Best Integral Realization

Best Integral Realization

by ARI CANDIDO FERNANDES - Brazil
In a violent world below the line of Ecuador - a situation of human contradiction gives the possibility that perhaps redemption can also take place.
Best Actress, Nikolett Gercsenyi

Best Actress Performance

by ANDRAS NOVAK - Hungary
The life of a young successful model is suddenly driven to despair. In the hopeless situation she finds out who she can rely on... Others and herself. Yet most unexpectedly hope itself knocks on the door.
Best Actor, Anders Palm

Best Actor Performance

by JAN-EJE FERLING - Sweden
Cissi 27 and Bernt 59 become friends in AA. She is searching her alcoholic father and Bernt his missing daughter. They cannot respond to each other's wants.
Best Photography, Roberto Rodríguez, Omar Ramírez, Michael Segura

Best Cinematography

LA VIDA INAGOTABLE. SAYABKUXTAL
by ERIKA ARAUJO - Mexico
The never-ending life is a beautiful document that let us know Mayan men and women in their intimacy in our days. Thanks to the cycle of life, the Mayan civilization has not extinguish. The Mayan people live... today!.
Best Editing

Best Editing

by TIM and SCOTT O'HARA - USA
Thomas Shepard keeps having the same reoccurring dream. He can not understand what the dreams mean nor does his Doctor. Without the help from others, Thomas takes matters into his own hands. However there are elements other than his dreams that try to warn him of events to come.
Special Mention

Special Mention

by ANDREA PFALZGRAF - Switzerland
"I wish to know who the donor is" says 34-year-old Sibylle. She is a child from the sperm bank, thanks to the semen of an anonymous donor. At least one thousand children from sperm donors are born every year in Switzerland.
Special Mention

Special Mention

KAAY FI
by ZAPO - France
Documentary on the Sabar, a form of percussion and dance, mainly practiced in Senegal, the film is shot with the famous family of griots, Faye. "Kaay Fi" (literally: "Come here"), A real plunge into the world of sabar and griots.
Special Mention

Special Mention

by MATTIAS LOW - Sweden
Swedish top football referee Martin Hansson had a successful journey towards his vision in life, the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Then one dark night in Paris on November 18th, 2009, all hell broke loose...

 

OFFICIAL SELECTION:
Click on the title to watch. The titles in gray are available to watch online.

The films who's producers do not authorize its online screening can not be viewed publicly and will not have a link. Those films have been reviewed by the
Committee of Art and the Jury privately.

A GIRL CALLED XIAOXU by JINGSI LI
A ROLLING CANVAS/ LOWRIDERS
 by CORIE LEVITT
A SMALL HISTORY OF TOY THEATRE
 by STEVE ARNOTT
ALTAR. CRUZANDO FRONTERAS, BUILDING BRIDGES
 by DANIELE BASILIO and PAOLA ZACCARIA
ANGEL'S PREY
 by JIM HARD
APHRODITE'S MIRROR
 by ISRAEL DEL SANTO
ARANCELES
 by MELO VIANA
BEACH TENNIS
 by FRANCISCO VINA
BORDER STORIES
 by FLORIAN WYSS
CHILDREN OF THE SPERM BANK
 by ANDREA PFALZGRAF
DROPS OF LIGHT
 by SERENA LODOVICI
ESCAPELAND by OREN TIROSH
FINANCIAL ADVISER
 by SILVANO PLANK and DANIELE MALFATTI
HEAVEN GARDEN
 by ARI CANDIDO FERNANDES
HN HERMANN NITSCH by DANIELA AMBROSOLI
HOW TO JUMP START YOUR WAR
 by ALAN GORG
I WAS IN PRISON
 by ROBERT YOUNG
JUST FOR TODAY
 by JAN-EJE FERLING
KAAY FI by ZAPO
LA VIDA INAGOTABLE. SAYABKUXTAL. by ERIKA ARAUJO
LIEBESLIED
 by OLIVER SCHWARZ and SUZANNE BAUMANN
MAM
 by GUNTER WINTGENS
MAMA'S WILL
 by GEORGE MAYNARD
MIRAZ
 by RODI YUZBAPY
MODEL
 by ANDRAS NOVAK
NAKBA
 by MAX FRANCOS
PARADISE OF 7 TRIBES
 by ISRAEL DEL SANTO
PASSION OF EMILI DARDER by PERE SALOM
PREMONITIONS
 by TIM and SCOTT O'HARA
PRESTIGE
 by RAHUL K GAUTAM
PRIDE OF THE TRIBE
 by RICHARD DILALLO
RAMON ROJAS - SUENOS DE CHOZAS
 by MARIA ROSA ANDREOTTI
RATTSKIPAREN (THE REFEREE)
 byMATTIAS LOW
RUKMINI
 by SHARAT KUMAR
SAVING IT
 by ANDRAS NOVAK
SEPARATION
 by ANDRAS NOVAK
SHADES
 by VARADRAJ SWAMI
THE ART OF SUICIDE by FAROUK THOYER
THE BEAR'S SKIN
 by GILLES DAUBEUF
THIRD WORLD INVESTMENT SEMINAR
 by ALAN GORG
TRES TRISTES TIGRES by DAVID MUNOZ
VALLITHAI
 by P. R. SREEKUMAR
WHERE THE DANCE IS by MARTA RENZI
WUGULUN KUNG FU
 by PANKAJA BROOKE
YAPAMYN SURUKLEDIOI YERDE... EROL GUNEY'IN OYKUSU
 by BANU YALKUT BREDDMERMANN
ZYMOTIC AMAUROSIS by OZAN ADAM

 

 

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President of the Jury

President of the Jury
Rodolphe Viemont
Writer and director, born in Angers, France,
in 1975.
After studying engineering, he developed a passion for film and attend courses at the ESRA. His life is now devoted to that art form even though he will never give up writing altogether. 

 

 

 

 

After some testing film, he is most recently noted for his 4th short film, "Un Eclat", with Aurelien Recoing in the lead role, a film whose lives will be (among others in the spiritual world) consistent with 28 festivals and 8 awards, including the awards for Best Photography at the Festival du Cinema de Paris, Best Actor Performance at the San Francisco Short Film Festival, and Best Art Direction at the Festival du Film de Strasbourg. "Un Eclat" marks the turning point in his young career, which Olivier Py says: "I found this film really beautiful, great courage and admirable sensitivity. It is above all the beautiful film, a correct fit, an image still strong."
Rodolphe Viemont founded in late 2008 his production company, Inward Productions, with whom he co-produce a documentary about late 2010's "Apocalypse Tapestry" in Angers.
Relationships that R. Viémont also wanted to gather around a text called "The Temporal" whose premise is that cinema can be an art of resistance "speed today". He just finished writing his first feature film, "Take me Away", a romantic love story in the form of a semi rock road movie.

 

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