Awards for 1999

Silver Berlin Bear

Best Actor

WINNER

Best Actress

WINNER

Best Director

WINNER

Best Short Film

WINNER

Outstanding Artistic Contribution

WINNER

Special Jury Prize

WINNER

Outstanding Single Achievement

WINNER

Shakespeare in Love: Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard
For the screenwriting.

Honorable Mention

WINNERS

The Thin Red Line: John Toll
For his outstanding camera work.

Mifune: Iben Hjejle
For an outstanding young actress.

It All Starts Today: Bertrand Tavernier
For the speciality of the topic.

Honorary Golden Berlin Bear

WINNER

Berlinale Camera

WINNERS



Panorama Audience Award

WINNER

Crystal Bear

Best Short Film

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

Crystal Bear - Special Mention

Best Short Film

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNERS


Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk Grand Prix

Best Feature Film

WINNERS

The Tic Code: Gary Winick
Tied with _Mehr-E Madari (1997)_.

Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk - Special Award

Best Short Film

WINNER

Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk - Special Mention

Best Short Film

WINNERS


Best Feature Film

WINNER

Teddy

Best Short Film

WINNER

Best Documentary Film

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

Jury Award

WINNER

Wieland Speck
The Jury Award is in recognition of the exceptional quality and diversity of gay and lesbian German films in this year's Berlinale. Beginning with the inspiring selection of Aimée & Jaguar the first lesbian film to open the Berlinale; to Lola + Bilidikid, a demanding look at the Turkish gay immigrant experience; to Gendernauts - Eine Reise durch die Geschlechter, a thorough examination of transgender identity, as well as the comedic short films Runt and _NY 'NY 'n Why Not (1999)_, these five German films brilliantly represent the gay and lesbian community and the talent of German film-makers on the world stage. On behalf of these German films in this year's festival the Jury asks Wieland Speck, director of Panorama, to accept this award.

FIPRESCI Prize

Competition

WINNER

It All Starts Today: Bertrand Tavernier
For its commitment to everyday heroism, its multi-layered approach to an array of social problems, and for the visual force of the storytelling.

Forum of New Cinema

WINNER

Dealer: Thomas Arslan
For its respectful portrayal of alienated characters and for treating a conventional yet difficult subject in a visually arresting and vivid manner.

Panorama

WINNER

Wait and See: Shinji Sômai
For the originality with which it explores the familiar territory of the domestic drama and the consistent excellence of its performances.

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

Competition

WINNER

Forum of New Cinema

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

Special Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

Competition

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

C.I.C.A.E. Award

Forum of New Cinema

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

C.I.C.A.E. Award - Honorable Mention

Forum of New Cinema

WINNERS


C.I.C.A.E. Award - Recommendation

Panorama

WINNERS


Don Quixote Award

WINNER

Don Quixote Award - Special Mention

WINNERS


Netpac Award

WINNERS

Dil Se..: Mani Ratnam
For the pleasure of cinematic spectacle to the audience and in displaying a unique quality within a typical genre of Indian cinema.

2H: Ying Li
For the persevering regard about the life and the death in realistic detail with an innovative and aesthetic style.

Alfred Bauer Award

WINNER

Blue Angel

WINNER

Caligari Film Award

WINNER

Panorama Award of the New York Film Academy

WINNER

Panorama Award of the New York Film Academy - Special Mention

WINNERS


Peace Film Award

WINNER

Wolfgang Staudte Award

WINNER

Prize of the Guild of German Art House Cinemas

WINNER

Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost"

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION


Reader Jury of the "Berliner Zeitung"

WINNER

Reader Jury of the "Siegessäule"

WINNER

EFP Shooting Star

WINNERS



Mathieu Demy
France.

Jury:

Ángela Molina: Spain, head of jury
Ken Adam: UK/Germany
Branco, Paulo (I): Portugal
Assi Dayan: Israel
Jeroen Krabbé: Netherlands
Michelle Yeoh: Malaysia

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