Awards for 2007

Honorary Golden Berlin Bear

WINNER

Best Debut Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION

Panorama Audience Award

WINNER

Crystal Bear

Generation 14plus - Best Film

IN-COMPETITION


Antonia: Tata Amaral (director) (Tangerina Entretenimento (production company), Coração da Selva (production company), O2 Filmes (production company))

Generation Kplus - Best Short Film

WINNER

Generation Kplus - Best Feature Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION

Generation 14plus - Best Feature Film

WINNER

IN-COMPETITION

Crystal Bear - Special Mention

Generation Kplus - Best Short Film

WINNER

Generation Kplus - Best Feature Film

WINNER

Generation 14plus - Best Feature Film

WINNER

Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk Grand Prix

WINNER

Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk - Special Award

Best Short Film

WINNER

Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk - Special Mention

Best Feature Film

WINNER

Teddy

Best Documentary

WINNER

Best Feature Film

WINNER

Teddy Ballot Volkswagen Audience Award

IN-COMPETITION

Antonia: Tata Amaral (director) (Tangerina Entretenimento (production company), Coração da Selva (production company), O2 Filmes (production company))

Special Teddy

WINNER

Helmut Berger
For his complete works.

Teddy - Special Mention

WINNER

Teddy Audience Award

WINNER

FIPRESCI Prize

Competition

WINNER

Forum

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

Competition

WINNER

Forum

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

C.I.C.A.E. Award

Forum

WINNER

Panorama

WINNER

Netpac Award

WINNERS

Faces of a Fig Tree: Kaori Momoi
The film shows peculiar customs in Japanese society set in the unique yet quaint family. Through Momoi's brilliant acting, directing and script writing the films gives the subtle aspects of Japanese culture in which emotions and desires are hidden in the surficial daily interactions. Unsurprisingly, the film has a rich narrative layers and moods coloured with experimental passions. Tied with Tuli.

Tuli: Auraeus Solito
Auraeus Solito has yet again impressed with his sensitive portrayal of sole and pertinent aspect of indigenous Filipino culture. The film has faced problems of funding and censorship. But with comes through clearly is Solito's ability in handling bold subjects. Tuli is a lyrical weave of a story well told, beautiful and very good acting. The choice of locations and the music too, deserve a special mention. Tied with Ichijiku no kao.

Prix UIP Berlin (European Short Film)

WINNER

Alfred Bauer Award

WINNER

Label Europa Cinemas

WINNER

Caligari Film Award

WINNER

Caligari Film Award - Special Mention

WINNER

DIALOGUE en Perspective

WINNER

DIALOGUE en Perspective - Special Mention

WINNER

Manfred Salzgeber Award

WINNER

Manfred Salzgeber Award - Special Mention

WINNER

DAAD Short Film Award

WINNER

Peace Film Award

WINNER

Amnesty International Film Prize

WINNER

Prize of the Guild of German Art House Cinemas

WINNER

Femina-Film-Prize

WINNER

Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost"

WINNER

Reader Jury of the "Siegessäule"

WINNER

EFP Shooting Star

WINNERS

Nils Althaus
Switzerland.




David Dencik
Denmark.

Tommi Eronen
Finland.



Kevin Janssens
Belgium.

Marko Mandic
Slovenia.

Péter Nagy
Hungary.

Afonso Pimentel
Portugal.


Rain Tolk
Portugal.

Jules Werner
Luxemburg.

Kate Dickie
United Kingdom.




Maria Popistasu
Romania.

Sabrina Reiter
Austria.

Halina Reijn
The Netherlands.



Grandhotel, Rose and Maloney, Angel Exit: Klára Issová
Czech Republic; nominated by Czech Film Center

Jury:

Paul Schrader: USA, head of jury
Hiam Abbass: Palestine
Adorf, Mario: Germany
Nansun Shi: Hong Kong, China
Stensgård, Molly Marlene: Denmark
Peace Anyiam-Fiberesima: Nigeria, shorts
Riina Sildos: Estonia, shorts
Ying Ning: China, shorts

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