Awards for 1995

Grand Prix des Amériques

WINNER

Special Grand Prize of the Jury

WINNER

Best Director

WINNERS


The Tragic Burlesque: Goran Markovic
Tied with Fei Xie for _Hei jun ma (1995)_

Best Actress

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Best Screenplay

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Best Artistic Contribution

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A Mongolian Tale: Tengger
For the music.

First Prize (Short Films)

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Second Prize (Short Films)

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Grand Prix Special des Amériques

WINNERS

Liv Ullmann
For her exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Gérard Depardieu (actor)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Michelangelo Antonioni (director)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Jean-Luc Godard (director)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Carlos Saura (director)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Yimou Zhang (director)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Frank Thomas (Walt Disney animator), Ollie Johnston (Walt Disney animator)
On the occasion of the centennial of cinema, for his exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art.

Best Canadian Film

WINNER

FIPRESCI Prize

Official Competition

WINNER

Out-of-Competition

WINNER

Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

WINNER


Jury:

Yun, Chong Hee: South Korea
Michel Ciment: France, critic
Jack Kroll: USA, critic
David Robinson: UK, critic

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